Joseph (Pott) Mastriania, passed away 3/02/2023 at home after a long illness. He was 85. Born in Lancaster on January 1, 1938, he was the son of the late Joseph A. Mastriania and Dorothy Bowers. He served in the National Guard and the Army Reserves. Joe was a truck driver for 34 years, driving for Jones Motor Company and Yellow Freight. He also was the recipient of the One Million Safety Driven Miles Award. He was a member of the VFW, Riverside Association and Pequea Sportsman Association.
His favorite pass time was playing guitar and singing with his brother (Charles/Sonny), friends and family. The band he played with was the Panhandlers. He also enjoyed camping, fishing and riding motorcycle. Joe was loved and will be missed by his wife Sandra of 66 years. His two daughters: Kimberly Mastriania, Kelly (Dale) Gross. His 4 Grandchildren: Joseph (Potty) and his wife Heather Mastriania, Tony (Dink) Kauffman, Sean (Venus) Mowday and Chrissy (Kissy Fur) Mowday. His 14 Great Grandchildren: Joseph (Bubba) Mastriania, Austin (Louie) Mastriania, Tyler Mastriania, Alyissa Kauffman, Tony Kauffman Jr., Caiden and Cameron Mowday, Sophia & Seraphina Mowday, Landyn Elliott, Kaitlin and Karley Fisher, Lexi Slaymaker and Andrew Sheaffer. His 1 Great Great Grandchild: Exavier (Zay) Mastriania.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to your favorite charity.
Per his request there will be no viewing or funeral.
Cremation Services of Lancaster 717-CREMATE
Your at peace now, you’ll truly be missed
What a great man. Will be truly missed by all. Sending hugs and love to the family!! Rip pap!!
You were always a hard worker always fixing anything and everything always there when anyone needed you you’ve taught me sooo much I’ll never forget the days you were up in the garage working on somthing and then yell when things don’t add up I love you pap save a spot next to you for me tell my mom I said hi too
Sorry about your passing
Im really going to miss you pap! May you R.I.P
Another Beautiful Angel was taken from us he will be miss always he was a nice man to he would do anything for you if he could we all got along to R.I.P. Pot he was Out family we love him and miss him a lot