Joseph J. Cosgrove

1936 ∼ 2019

Nancy Lavallee of Danville wrote:

Joe and Family, So sorry for the loss of your Dad. My prayers are with you all.

John W Farrell of Reston wrote:

He was a great help to me during my college and law school years. I very much doubt I would have had the career I've had without his support and good wishes. Whether he got Dad into birding or vice versa, because of both of them, I am an avid birder to this day. May the angels welcome you to paradise and may God hold your family in the hollow of his hand.

Jessica Cosgrove of West Roxbury MA wrote:

Uncle Joe you will be greatly missed by us all. Give Papa a big hug for us. We love you always.

Paul & Brigitte Farrell of Frederick, Maryland wrote:

I see the two of them standing on beach smokin' a couple of stogies, enjoying the moment. In fond memories and condolences. Paul & Brigitte Farrell

Ron Morgan of sagamore beach, ma wrote:

Joe: Please accept our most sincere condolences on your loss. With our warmest regards to you and your family. Ron, Chris and Ian Morgan

Pam Kirk of Silver Beach Ma wrote:

To Fran, Joe, Jeanne, Mary and Brendan I am so sorry for your loss. I've always admired Joe for his gentleness and determination. I especially liked chatting with him while walking our dogs. His walk was for miles, mine around the block. Unfortunately I cannot attend his final fairwell because I am recuperating at NE Baptist for a hip replacement which was done yesterday. I will get see you in mid Feb when I can return to the Cape. You alll are in my thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace Joe Pam Kirk

Patrick Cullivan of San Carlos California wrote:

Brendan our condolences to you and your family. I really can understand your passion for the Sox and Patriots after the story you told us recently about your dad. Thanks for sharing that. Our thoughts and prayers B with Love the Cullivan Family

Dennis and Terri Ford of New Silver Beach , Ma wrote:

We used to talk to Joe when he walked his dog By our house at New Silver Beach. He was always Friendly and kind. He was so proud of his family and grandson Ben. He came to the door one day and gave us Bens first CD, we will never forget him and the beautiful music that lives on.....Our deepest sympathy to Fran and the family.

Mariko Yasumoto of Tokyo, Japan wrote:

I am very sorry to hear about your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences. I met Joe-san and his family for the first time in Tokyo when I was 16. Later, he kindly visited me at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, where I was participating in a summer program, to see if I was doing OK alone, away from my family in Japan. He always made me smile even when I was struggling. He also attended our wedding in Boxborough, MA, in 2002, and it was when I saw him last. I cannot express how grateful I am for everything he did for me and my parents, Takeshi and Yoshiko, and my brother Koji. I will always remember Joe-san and keep telling to my husband Ryutaro and our son Haruki how wonderful a person Joe-san was and how important he has been in my life and will continue to be. Love, Mariko

Evelyn Santos of West Wareham wrote:

Dear Fran, my heart aches for you and your family. Totally unexpected to learn of your husband's passing. My sincerest sympathy to you all. Remember he is now gloriously happy to be with Our Lord and the angels. ((hugs))