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Joseph Kellner

October 29, 1945 - December 12, 2020

Service Date: December 18, 2020

All CDC guidelines will be strictly enforced, including the mandatory use of facial coverings and proper social distancing.

Please be prepared to pay your respects in a timely manner while refraining from physical contact.   Once you have paid your respects it is kindly asked that if you are staying for the Mass to take your seat or we respectfully ask you to exit the church.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 10am in the St. Thomas More Church 105 Gravity Rd. Lake Ariel by Rev. Stephen Stavoy.

The Mass will be broadcasted live via the James Wilson Funeral Home YouTube Channel by visiting https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKsxSVK433J-BW1zX3fSPhQ

Friends may call Friday from 9am until time of Mass at the Church.

Interment will be Saturday at Noon in the Druid Ridge Cemetery 7900 Park Heights Ave. Baltimore, MD 21208.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions should be made to the St Thomas More Church PO Box 188 Lake Ariel, PA 18436

Posted by:
Irene Katz

Posted on:
January 4, 2021

I knew Joey from the Queens neighborhood we grew up. Kind,funny, compassionate and smart are just some of the adjectives that can be used to describe his demeanor. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. May he rest in peace

Posted by:
FTO.J.Schaffer

Posted on:
December 18, 2020

From the entire Indian Rocks Public Safety Dept we send our deepest condolences to Joe's family, our hearts will miss him dearly, from his inspiring words to his big heart(dressing up as santa) we will forever miss you. Thank you sir for all the many kinds words over the years it was an honor to be your friend.

Posted by:
Debbi Tereschak

Posted on:
December 16, 2020

Joe will be deeply missed by all his friends in the Greentown area. His good nature, humor & generosity will always be treasured.

Posted by:
Iris Lepley

Posted on:
December 16, 2020

On behalf of Brenda Morstein and my self, I would like to extend our sincerest sympathy to Joe's family. Joe was our colleague at Northern High School in Baltimore for many years. He was a kind man and a dedicated teacher. We remember him fondly, and I know he is missed by his loved ones. May he rest in peace.

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