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The obituary is lovely and perfect. I'm Joe Seiter's first wife and Joe was our daughter, Sydney's, Godfather. I'll miss knowing that he's sharing laughter with his loved ones with his mischievous smile and sparkly eyes. My condolences to Mr. and Mrs.Marotto and all the family.

Posted by: Lisa Brenes - Raleigh, NC - Friend   Sep 19, 2020

So sorry I cannot be there Monday to remember Joe. Of course, I still see him with that funny smirk in his St. Pius uniform and think of him as Joey. All the Marottos are in my thoughts and prayers and hope that you find great comfort in knowing that Joe is now going to watch over all the Marottos, Thompsons, and Murphys from above. Love to you memories of growing up with your wonderful family has come flooding back to me and I have a little Joey smirk now too.

Posted by: Renee Nevitt Davis - Dallas, TX - Friend   Sep 19, 2020

You could always make me laugh. I will miss that the most.

Posted by: Daniel Marotto - Denton, TX - Brother   Sep 17, 2020

I never met Joe personally, but a few years ago his mom and dad told me Joe did handyman jobs. Joe could not upgrade the insulation in my attic; but he went the extra mile in finding someone from Fort Worth who completed my job.
Carolyn and John are two of the the sweetest, most loving people I have ever met! My heart felt condolences go out to them and to Joe's brother, sisters. and children. Just remember that God has

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Posted by: Ann Teague - Dallas, TX - Friend   Sep 17, 2020

Danny, just read about your loss, Annette and I hate to hear about the pain you must be feeling,your a good guy, and a good friend. know that Annette and I are praying for you and your family.

Posted by: Gary Hulsey - Talty, TX - Family   Sep 17, 2020

My Prayers and thoughts are with everyone of you during this difficult time. It is very hard to loose a child, no matter their age. A beautiful Angel entering Heaven s gate. Love you all. Family and friends are waiting for Joey as we called him. Such a sight to be hold.

Posted by: Shirley Franks Holland - Mesquite, TX - Family   Sep 16, 2020

Forever remembered as "Marotto". My youngest brother, Joe Seiter's, friend throughout childhood and into their 50s. Heaven is full of more laughter today. A gift to many, who will be missed terribly.

Rest in Peace Marotto! You brought the Seiter Family lots of love, laughter and blessings.

Marilyn Seiter Weinberger
The Weinberger Family

Posted by: Marilyn Weinberger - Dallaas, TX - Family   Sep 16, 2020