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Joseph Andrew Lardino
  • August 03, 1950
  • -
  • February 18, 2021

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Joseph Andrew Lardino was called home to join The Lord and be reunited with his wife on February 18, 2021at the age of 70, in Ocala, FL. Joey, as friends called him, accepted the salvation of Jesus Christ in his 30’s. He and his wife were members of, and married in The Church of God of Prophecy where they exchanged bibles instead of bands. Anyone who knew Joey also knew his passion to share the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ. He was fearless to speak about The Lord to anyone, anywhere, and at any time. He never allowed the hypocrisy of his own shortcomings discourage him from openly praying for someone or sharing the truth of judgement to others; a point of his life that makes me proud to say he was my father. A Florida native, Joey was born in Ft. Lauderdale and would spend most of his life located close to the sun and surf. As a teenager, he enjoyed surfing, riding motorcycles, and living the carefree lifestyle that came with the 60’s and 70’s. He traveled accross the country with friends in his VW bus and would meet people and make memories that would become the stories of a youth not wasted for years to come. Joey loved all genre of music and was a talented drummer. He used his gift to bless others by playing drums in church as regularly as he could and it brought him joy, being invited to play. Joey enjoyed watching old movies, concerts and documentaries; always wanting to learn something new and stay up to date on current affairs. Later in his life, He and his wife Helen, would relocate to Central Florida where they would live out the remainder of their lives together. Joey was first, committed to his faith in God. He was a committed husband, father, and friend. He was quick to share with others or lend a helping hand to those in need and there are endless memories of silly voices, cartoon references, and funny sound effects that will forever prompt a smile. Love is an action word and can also be interpreted in different ways. Joey loved hard, he called often, he prayed daily, and he will be missed dearly. Preceded in death by his father, Joseph Lardino Sr., his mother, Alice Lardino(Keesler), and his wife, Helen Lardino, he is survived by his son, Chad Lewis, daughter, Kimberly Lewis, daughter-in-law, Barbi Lewis, grandson, Colin Lewis, granddaughter, Ashlyn Lewis, and great granddaughter, Aleia Lewis. I miss you daddy but I know our separation is only temporary. Matthew 11:32-34 Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven. But whosoever will deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in heaven. Think not that I have come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.


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  1. Linda Lardino-Semko says:
    13 Mar 2021
    My condolences to Joey's family. I am his cousin and have fond memories of him growing up. SO happy that he and Helen loved the Lord and that they are reunited in Heaven. May they both rest in heavenly peace and may your family have peace that they are together for eternity.

  2. Diane Lopez lit a candle:
    04 Mar 2021
    Lit since March 4, 2021 at 3:03:01 AM

  3. Rebecca Hoppe lit a candle:
    03 Mar 2021
    Lit since March 3, 2021 at 3:04:03 AM

  4. Chrissy says:
    03 Mar 2021
    So sorry for this loss. Rest easy now with Aunt Helen. Love Always.

  5. Christina Lopez Mckettrick lit a candle:
    03 Mar 2021
    Lit since March 3, 2021 at 3:11:52 AM

  6. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    Just a boy and his dad climbing a tree ♡
    Just a boy and his dad climbing a tree ♡

  7. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    Silly to the end. Lol
    Silly to the end. Lol

  8. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    Mark 10:18 And the two shall become one flesh; so then they are no longer two but one flesh
    Mark 10:18 And the two shall become one flesh; so then they are no longer two but one flesh

  9. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    What a handsome guy!
    What a handsome guy!

  10. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    I Love You Daddy. Love, Boo ♡
    I Love You Daddy. Love, Boo ♡

  11. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    Time marches on...
    Time marches on...

  12. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    First Grandbaby
    First Grandbaby

  13. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    A Relationship that would span nearly 50 years. Now reunited.
    A Relationship that would span nearly 50 years. Now reunited.

  14. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    Daddy's Little Girl ♡
    Daddy's Little Girl ♡

  15. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021
    Mom, Dad, and Chad
    Mom, Dad, and Chad

  16. Kimberly Lewis posted an image:
    02 Mar 2021


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