In Memory

Joe Calabrese

Joe Calabrese

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10/21/09 08:18 PM #1    

Richard Timothy Wims

Joe was a good friend all through high school. I was sorry to here of his passing.

10/23/09 01:01 PM #2    

Tammy Kuykendall (Trlicek)

I can not believe Joe is gone....he was such a wonderful person...

05/20/10 05:28 PM #3    

David Marion Wilkinson

I always really liked Joe.  A really nice guy.  Perennially sunny disposition.

06/16/14 01:58 PM #4    

Greg Van Ooyik

Joe was a very good friend, we didn't start becoming so until our junior high school year. We had English class together and Joe sat behind me. I think he appreciated that I passed test answers back to him at the time. We never met attending Neff or Sharp junior high, only living three blocks away, should of happened. We had car interests in common after graduating and stayed in touch before I moved to Denver. Thoughts are with you Joe.


02/10/15 09:18 AM #5    

Catherine A. (Cathy) Miller

Joe and I dated for a long time in high school.  He had such a fun personality.  Many happy memories including his dad making grown up reservations for us at one of his friends' restaurants so he'd know we were safe and taken care of; riding around in his Goat and my Javelin.  We kept in touch, and with each other's parents, until his passing.  RIP my friend, or as you always called yourself, Super Star.  Such a funny guy!

02/11/15 11:32 AM #6    

David Dion

This post has been long over due.  When I look back it seems like there was a sea of us there in Sharpstown all making that journey through Junior and Senior High together.  Joe was one the characters whose wicked sense of humor and eternal confidence always stood out.  His passing is truly our loss yet the trail he blazed in this life still have the after glow of his presence.  What great memories he gave us all!  Joe, if your reading this we're all looking forward to connecting up once we wrap things up down here.  Looking forward to catching up!


05/11/16 03:02 PM #7    

Joe Lawrence

Joe was my next door neighbor and one of my bestest friends when I was growing up - his family already lived on Leader street when we moved to Houston from Dallas in the summer of '65; they were still there when I went off to college in '75.  We were a 'tag team' back then - rare to see one of us without the other close by.  We even worked together at the old Rice supermarket on Bellaire.  In fact, if I didn't have a brother, he was going to be Best Man as my wedding.  Seems like life just kind of krept into our lives and we never did reconnect - we did have good times.  I miss you Joe - peace to you, my friend......

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