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Joseph Theodore Gorski
  • October 31, 1930
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  • May 02, 2017

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Joseph Gorski passed away peacefully on May 2, 2017 surrounded by his loving family at Florida Hospital of New Smyrna Beach.  Joe came from a family of 11 siblings – Stasia, Stanley, Anna, Mike, Eddie, Irene, Walter, William, Mary, and Brenda. He graduated from Clinton High School and Worcester Boys Trade school where he became a licensed electrician, employed for 40 years in his trade.  He also proudly served in the US Navy for five years on air craft carrier USS Essex and USS Leyte. Joe was the community handyman and was never afraid to tackle a project.  He was an avid fisherman in all seasons in both Maine and Florida, but his favorite fishing trip was to Alaska. Joe loved spending time with his family including his two children, three grandchildren, and new great grandson who all fondly referred to him as “Puppie”. He is survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Miriam Gorski; daughter Elaine and her husband James Lang; son Joseph Gorski Jr.; grandson Evan Gorski; granddaughters Kristen and her husband Sherwin Parkhurst and Kaitlyn Lang; great grandson Jackson Parkhurst; brothers Walter Gorski and William Gorski; sisters Mary Brennan and Brenda Gour. Family services will be at a later date.


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  1. Katie Lang posted an image:
    01 Oct 2017


  2. Bill and Florene says:
    14 May 2017
    A great brother, always helpful and willing to help you. He wired my first and second houses. Joe was a hard worker who gave his all to his family. MR. HANDYMAN he was to them as well. Joe will be missed by all of us.

  3. Kristen, Sherwin, and Jackson Parkhurst posted an image:
    10 May 2017
    There has never been nor will there ever be anyone quite like you, Puppie. You were everyone's favorite person to sit next to because you always had the best stories, funniest jokes, and a completely honest take on anything and everything. Yet, you still managed to somehow be the least judgemental person I've ever known. We have learned so much from you and are better people for having been a part of your family, those you loved most of all. Save me a seat next to you up there. Love you more than anything, forever and always, Your Kiki
    There has never been nor will there ever be anyone quite like you, Puppie. You were everyone's favorite person to sit next to because you always had the best stories, funniest jokes, and a completely honest take on anything and everything. Yet, you still managed to somehow be the least judgemental person I've ever known. We have learned so much from you and are better people for having been a part of your family, those you loved most of all. Save me a seat next to you up there. Love you more than anything, forever and always, Your Kiki

  4. Susan & Bernie says:
    10 May 2017
    Great family man, great brother-in-law and loyal friend. We could always depend on Joe to give us positive feedback on any issue!! Loved to fish and he was one of the best. Enjoyed our "political" discussions and he had wonderful "stories" to share. What a guy!! He will be missed by all who knew him.

  5. Jimmy says:
    09 May 2017
    We will all miss you Joe. You were a great husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather. You always put a smile on everyone's face. You told it like it was. There was never a question on where you stood on a subject. I loved hearing you're old stories (again and again) when we were together. You were one of a kind.

  6. Elaine says:
    09 May 2017
    The best dad there ever was who taught me to be strong and independent, how to use tools for all my projects and always supported my choices without judgement. I will think of you daily, pops, and cherish our memories forever.

  7. Tony says:
    08 May 2017
    A great guy and a great electrician who could solve any electrical issue that he encountered. Thank you for treating me like part of the "family" for all these years that we've known each other.
    Bon voyage.
    "May the road rise up to meet you.
    May the wind be always at your back."

  8. Harold and Betty Spencer says:
    08 May 2017
    Both he and Mariam were so welcoming when ever we were around them. Love Harry and Betty

  9. Scott and Sharon Spencer says:
    08 May 2017
    He was a great uncle and man he will be truly missed be all By All.Sharon and I will dearly miss Him.

  10. Margo zavadil says:
    08 May 2017
    A wonderful, gentle soul is no longer with us. I feel very privileged to have known him.

  11. Brett says:
    08 May 2017
    Remember you always diving in your pool driving Aunt Miriam crazy. LOL. You will always be remembered. Love you! See you on the other side.

  12. Todd and Arlene Spencer says:
    07 May 2017
    You will be missed Uncle Joe

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