Joseph Pullano Sr., 82, of Reading, passed away on February 18, 2015 in Narvon, PA. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a Memorial Service at the Morgantown Community Church, 4221 Main St, Elverson, PA 19520 on Sunday, March 1st at 3:00 pm with Pastor William Wright officiating.
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Joe, Your painful days are over. Your restless nights have passed.
God took you in His arms, and whispered: Peace at last. Love you always…
We at the MacDonough house….Bob,Dianna,and I are so very sad to hear of
the loss of your dear brother,my Uncle Joe…….To my Aunt Helen, Uncle Tony, Uncle Sammy, and all the family our Hearts & Thoughts are with you!
Will have fond memories of his infectious laughter, his love for cooking, gardening, and for animals…….he was loved by so many and he will be missed!!
R.I.P.with our father God almighty and some good friends who are there with you.
You made some good hot peppers,Well all your cooking was great.
I will miss my brother Joe too ..to bad there was not enough information about his son and daughter and grandchildren that he had also brothers and sisters is his obit ???
I lost my brother on Wed. 18th of Feb. We talked almost every day and we talked about a lot of things and one of the things that we talked about was the Obits that were in the paper every day and if we knew any of them and how we were older than some of the people that we were reading about. We read that some were married, some had kids, brothers and sisters and of the one that had gone before them. I did not read any thing like that about my brother. He did have children and he had grand children and he had sisters as well as brothers but there was no mentien and that is a pity because my brother Joe was very proud of his children,sisters and brothers and he would go to great lengths to tell you about his parents and the way that he was raised. Yet there was no mentien of any of that in his Obit. I am here to tell you and to any one else that will listen that I will miss my friend and my brother Joe.
Am sorry for your loss. Keep your family in my prayers! Hold your memories close to your heart.
My deepesest sympathies go out to the Pullano Family. May God bless you all and provide you comfort and strength during this most difficult time.
My deepest sympathy to all family members of the Pullano family. I have wonderful memories of family parties at our Birdsboro Home and how fond my dad was of Joe.
Celesto (Sonny) Guarino.