Joseph Alfred Bailey
- December 11, 1951 - September 28, 2010
- Lakeway, Texas
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We are sorry to hear about Joe, he will definately be missed.
Posted by: Dave and Brenda Parks - Business associate Nov 04, 2010
I just heard of Joe's death yesterday and was so sad. I had not seen him in years, but he was a major part of my life growing up in Grand Saline on Spring Street. We lived two doors down from each other. His Mom and Dad were friends with my folks and attended the Church of Christ that we attended.
Joe was such a special person to me. He was very kind, gentle and had such a sweet spirit. I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know that he touched my life and made me a better person.
Posted by: J'Lynn Carter Anderson - Frisco, TX - childhood friend Nov 02, 2010
My heartfelt condolences go to the family of this wonderful man.
Having got to know Joseph through on-line gaming, I can state that he was one of those you were happy to see pop online. He was kind, sincere and was always willing to lend a hand without reservation. He leaves behind a void, not only for those of us in the group, but especially for those in his real life. We will miss Mogmog terribly.
Posted by: Peter Szarka - Oshawa - Friend Oct 04, 2010
When I was new to our gaming group, Joe was always very helpful and kind. He always made me feel welcome and expressed how much fun he has with all of us. Thank you for being such a good friend Joe! How much I feel I've missed out by not knowing you personally but you were always a true friend to all of us from the group! R.I.P my friend!
Posted by: Faith Sexton - Gaming friend from W.O.W Oct 03, 2010
I've had the pleasure of knowing Joseph as a friend in our gaming community. Joseph was always a great beacon of positivity and support for our group and I know I speak for all of them when I say he will be greatly missed.
I am glad we got to know Joseph and I thank his family for sharing him with us.
Posted by: Neil Schau - Winnipeg, Canada - Friend Oct 03, 2010
A terrible loss, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family. I will echo the sentiments of the previous posters, and while I also only knew Joseph from a computer game, his quality, kindness, and sense of humor was deeply evident. Thank you Dianne, for sharing your husband with us, he was a wonderful person to spend time with!
Posted by: Paul Bongaarts - Seattle, WA - Online Friend Oct 03, 2010
I am so sorry for your family's loss. While I only knew Joseph online, he was compassionate, patient, supportive, and never had a negative word for anyone. It was clear that he was a loving individual, and he will be missed greatly by many, many people.
Posted by: Angie Bongaarts - Friend Oct 03, 2010
I only knew Joseph through a computer game, however even from that it was easy to tell that he was a kind and decent soul. I can't think of any time that he didn't have a positive word or encouragement for someone. My condolences to his entire family.
Posted by: Erik Siegmund - Winnipeg Oct 03, 2010
Joseph (Mogmog) - It has been wonderful knowing you and spending most evenings with you in-game for the past 4 or 5 years. It has truly been a pleasure knowing you and I wish the best for you and your family.
Brian Craig (Ensom)
Posted by: Brian Craig - Iron Mountain, MI - friend Oct 03, 2010
Joseph was someone I was proud to call my friend, and I really enjoyed spending my gaming time with him over the past few years. He was truly a nice guy who never had a bad word to say about anyone, and I will miss him so much.
Posted by: Maya Serna - Stockton, CA - Friend Oct 03, 2010