Joseph Dunlap

joseph dunlap
Born to eternal life on September 14, 2020, at the age of 77 years. Combined Services, Saturday, September 26, 2020. Visitation: 12-1 PM and Funeral 1 PM at Paradise Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services. Interment: Graceland Cemetery All Services Trusted to: Paradise Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services 7625 W. Appleton Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53222 414-461-8000

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  1. My deepest and heartfelt sympathy to Frankie and the Dunlap/Taylor families on the loss of your “beloved” Joe. I worked with him and for him during my tenure at A O Smith. He was a very special person and will truly be missed.

  2. My deepest condolences to all the family & friends of Joe.I would like to Thank Joe, Bug, Wilbur , Harold & Dot for their trips to Chicago with Aunt Rena & Uncle Willie James & their families.Their late night card playing,stories, & jokes.These are loving memories that will never be forgotten. Condolences and love to you all. Our prayers from the Taylors.

  3. With caring thoughts and prayers. May God hold you close, comfort you gently, and carry you through. Wesley Wilder Jr and Family.

  4. Uncle Joe, you were one of the joys that this life has to offer. You were a wonderful example of how to handle life’s challenges with grace and determination. Even on days when I’m sure you were in deep pain you always offered a warm smile. I will always remember your kindness and appreciate how you showed us all love. Rest well, uncle Joe! I love you! Quilla

  5. Uncle Joe was a special man! I admired him for his smarts, his intelligence, and witty personality always smiling. He was a good man. Showed his family more love than you could ever imagine. Love you uncle and you will me missed! Kimberly Liggwtt🥰💜🙏!!!

  6. I miss my uncle Joe. I always remember he was so nice to me and always had a word of advice. I love you and know your are at peace and at home now. Love always your nephew Julian

  7. Daddy, you will truly be missed and NEVER forgotten…it truly broke my heart when I got that call….love you always💓….YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY SUPERHERO…love Yvette your first born

  8. My loving brother, I will miss you so much—it hurts. I know the time was near for you to leave, but you fought a good fight. You finished the race and now the prize awaits you. Rest In Peace, your sis Dotty

  9. I’m Joe’s cousin Vonnett. One of my childhood memories of my cousin Joe, was him introducing me to Pasquale’s Pizza. In the 50’s, that was a big deal for a little African American girl.

    • My dear Uncle Joe, you were always a role model and hero to me. You inspired me to always do my best. I will never forget the lessons learned, and words of wisdom you gave. I will miss you so much, but I am grateful for all the wonderful memories and your contagious smile. Loretta

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