Joseph Charles Mirabile

May 29, 1956 - April 12, 2021
Thomas McAfee Funeral Homes, Southeast Chapel
1604 NE Main Street
Simpsonville, SC 29681
(864) 688-1600 | Map
Saturday 4/24, 1:30 pm
Hillcrest Memorial Gardens - Greer
14050 E. Wade Hampton Blvd.
Greer, SC 29651
Saturday 4/24, 2:15 pm

Joseph Charles Mirabile of Greenville, SC died April 12, 2021 at 64 years of age. He was a son of the late Charles and Margaret Mirabile of Queens, NYC. He was born in 1956 in Brooklyn NYC and grew up in Queens, graduating from Christ the King High School in 1974, and from St. John’sContinue Reading

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Trish left a message on April 24, 2021:
Dear Trudy, Chuck and Family, I have just come from the live stream service you so graciously allowed for those of us that could not be there. Such a beautiful and touching service that captured Joe in every way. I could imagine him smiling at every moment of it, as well as being ready with some humor if we got to emotional. Trudy, I too, remember your wedding day in Ridgefield. The day was so beautiful...the setting, the music, and such happiness. I remember thinking how fortunate John and I were to have such great friends in "Joe and Trudy." And that friendship continued over 30+ years. ( I still listen to Richard Brooks' CD to this day.) I will always cherish my memories of Joe, his wit, his humor, his kindness, his selflessness, his scrabble ability. :) I will miss the times we visited and went to wonderful restaurants and played scrabble. And in the later years when we'd visit, he maneuver that van and wheelchair like an athlete! I'll miss how Joe endured all our family and holiday updates on the phone, even when he was unable to reply. But perhaps most of all, I will remember the friend he was to my husband, John. He was a friend for life.... Trudy, Chuck and family, I wish all of you...peace, in Joe's memory. God bless. ~Trish
Jo Mele left a message on April 24, 2021:
My cousin Joe was a happy kid and a kind man. We always enjoyed being in his company. When he was little he tried to reach something and said, "Can't reachie." That became his nickname in our family, even when he grew to be taller than everyone . He had a great sense of humor and we spent most of our time together laughing. That smile is unforgettable. I will miss him.
Lorna Miller left a message on April 23, 2021:
We have fond memories of our visit to Greenville for a SEC Women’s Basketball tournament and touring the beautiful downtown area. Joe did enjoy watching the game.
Kurt and Ursula Cassin left a message on April 23, 2021:
Dear Trudy and Family, We are deeply sorry for your loss. We enjoyed the video and can see that you and Joe had a wonderful life together. While coping with MS must have been a big challenge, your strength and love for one another overcame it. Joe was a great guy with a wonderful sense of humor, a razor-sharp wit, and a strong will. Having worked with Joe, he was always a cut above everyone else and a natural leader with a sense of humor that made working with him enjoyable. It was great to see Joe earn the respect of those he worked with and advance quickly in recognition of his knowledge and ability, and I learned a lot from him. Although I first met Joe professionally, above all he was my friend, and I am really going to miss him. We had a lot of laughs together and while it may have been some time ago, they are easy to remember because Joe was such a great guy! I know that Joe is watching over you all. God Bless Joe, you, and your family. Kurt and Ursula Cassin
Scott & Monica James left a message on April 20, 2021:
Trudy, Wow! Scott and I never really knew Joe, but we have learned what an amazing person he was. He had so many great accomplishments. We see from the memory video all the great memories you two have made together. Looks like you truly had a "Rosy" life together. You have been a wonderful caregiver to Joe these past few years. You truly show the meaning of our marriage vows, "For better or Worse". God bless you and may Joe rest in peace in the arms of Jesus. Much Love, Scott & Monica James
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