In Memory

Louis "Joe" Cariati

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07/12/15 11:37 AM #1    

Nancy Salsedo (Meyers)

I was so saddened to hear of Joe's passing.  Joe and I were good friends. We worked on the Anchors Aweigh staff, and Joe wrote the script for our senior play.  Evidently he drowned in a tragic accident in 1999.

07/12/15 04:42 PM #2    

Ronald Scarborough

So sad to hear.


07/13/15 01:05 AM #3    

Paulette Gilkerson (Williams)

always funny Joe ♥ rest in peace old friend


07/13/15 01:13 PM #4    

Vicki Wells (Damiani)

Sorry to hear he died at a fairly young age. 

07/15/15 08:51 PM #5    

Kristen Smith (Drolet)

Joe was a funny guy.  He often managed to sit in front of me at basketball games.  He thought it was funny to lean against my knees, so I would try to "discourage" him with a teeth-rattling (vigorous) shoulder massage. It was all in fun.  It even continued at college basketball games, only I tried to sit in front of him.  I think I got a few more gentle shoulder massages out of that.  He was sweet and I was a brat!  Fun memories.  Nice guy.  So sorry he is gone.

07/16/15 01:27 PM #6    

Melinda Wetzel (Oliver)

Joe was surely the 'class clown' in yearbook class. A funny and sensitive guy all in one. AWWW GRRIPPPP. Not sure what that means (hope it's not too offensive), but I have a memory of him saying it/writing it in my yearbook. I was sorry to hear of his early demise.

07/17/15 09:31 AM #7    

Rich Castro

so very sad!  So we are left to do more. What will we do. Make it kind positive and of benefit to others. 

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