Joseph R. O'Toole

  • Born: April 1, 1943
  • Died: September 20, 2019
  • Location: Mount Vernon, New York

Pelham Funeral Home

64 Lincoln Ave
Pelham, NY 10803

Tel. (914) 738-1060

Tribute & Message From The Family


Loving Brother and Uncle

Joseph Robert O'Toole, aka "Jose", died peacefully in his sleep at the age of 76 on September 20, 2019. He is survived by his two sisters, Claire Coffer and Geraldine O'Toole, niece Erin Coffer, and nephews Joe Donia, Chris Minisquero, and Adam Minisquero. Jose lived to eat (5 pm for dinner a must!) and enjoyed watching sports (a diehard Yankees, Giants and Knicks fan). And he especially loved visits with cousins at family events. He was a sweet, pure soul who will be in our hearts forever


Condolence & Memory Journal

Jose, I still remember wrestling with you and Dean Galati in the front yard at Moore terracegood times Big Dawg.

Posted by Ken Carroll - Annapolis, MD - Family   September 27, 2019

We extend our thoughts and prayers to his special family who brought that beautiful smile to his face.

Posted by Kaye and Larry Schmidt - Colorado Springs, CO - Friend   September 24, 2019

Rest In Peace Joseph Deepest sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you

Posted by Donna OToole Sedor - Larksville, PA - Family   September 23, 2019

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RIP Jose,
Much love and respect
Debbie W and family

Posted by Deborah Weingardner - Brick, NJ - Family Friend   September 23, 2019

RIP our Joe Joe❤

Posted by Patti Minard - Orlando, FL - Family   September 23, 2019

Love You Always and Forever "Jose",your youngest Sister Geri. Thank You for my first ever "Troll"Doll ) Xmas of 1955. You gave it to me three days early because I was sad. Some people don't know we used to call you"The Newark Evening News" because the minute Mommy walked in from work if any one had done something wrong you would be telling her about it.Except for me,you never told on me because you said I was your sweetheart.I was only 4 when I first met you when you came home from that school.I have so many fond memories of you and I growing upon Fairfield avenue and how all the neighborhood boys would play basketball with you in our backyard and touch football up at the park.Then Mommy bought the Pool Table and theycame to play pool with you.Those were the good times. I could go on and on. I love You.

Posted by Geraldine OToole - Plano, TX - Sister   September 23, 2019


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