In memory of
Joseph Petraitis
In memory of
Joseph Petraitis
Petraitis, Joseph Aug 9, 1926 - Nov 21, 2020 Joseph Petraitis, age 94 of Nokomis Fl. and Port Hope, Michigan went to be with the Lord on November 21, 2020. He is survived by his beloved wife Marie for 71 years and father to Gerald (Katherine), Michael (Jeannette) Petraitis , Laurie (Chris )Gougeon, Susan Henry, Anne Gongos. Joe was a grandfather to 13 and great grandfather to 8. "Joe" was born in Detroit and was a WW11 Veteran serving in the Navy from 1944-1947 as a Motor Machinist Third Mate ,Third Class. He survived the bombing of his ship, the USS Franklin on 3-19-1945 (St.Joseph's Day). Throughout his life, Joseph's deep faith in God was clearly evident. He was a member at Epiphany Cathedral in Venice Florida. "Joe" enjoyed many hobbies at his Michigan home with his wife Marie. He was an avid gardener, hunter, fisherman and all around tinkerer who offered help to any in need. Joe had a heart of gold with a deep love of his family. He will be greatly missed! There will be a celebration of Joe's life at Venice Memorial Gardens at a later date. Please visit www.toalebrothers.com to leave a condolence message.
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140 E. Venice Ave.
Venice, FL 34285
In memory of
Joseph Petraitis
Petraitis, Joseph Aug 9, 1926 - Nov 21, 2020 Joseph Petraitis, age 94 of Nokomis Fl. and Port Hope, Michigan went to be with the Lord on November 21, 2020. He is survived by his beloved wife Marie for 71 years and father to Gerald (Katherine), Michael (Jeannette) Petraitis , Laurie (Chris )Gougeon, Susan Henry, Anne Gongos. Joe was a grandfather to 13 and great grandfather to 8. "Joe" was born in Detroit and was a WW11 Veteran serving in the Navy from 1944-1947 as a Motor Machinist Third Mate ,Third Class. He survived the bombing of his ship, the USS Franklin on 3-19-1945 (St.Joseph's Day). Throughout his life, Joseph's deep faith in God was clearly evident. He was a member at Epiphany Cathedral in Venice Florida. "Joe" enjoyed many hobbies at his Michigan home with his wife Marie. He was an avid gardener, hunter, fisherman and all around tinkerer who offered help to any in need. Joe had a heart of gold with a deep love of his family. He will be greatly missed! There will be a celebration of Joe's life at Venice Memorial Gardens at a later date. Please visit www.toalebrothers.com to leave a condolence message.
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140 E. Venice Ave.
Venice, FL 34285
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