Joseph Albright passed away peacefully in his 97th year, on May 21, 2023, at Southlake Hospital, Newmarket, Ontario.
Born 3 November 1926, he is survived by his son, James (Junjie), Tatamagouche; daughter, Joanne (Jeff) Davis, Aurora; brother-in-law, Robert Boeckner, Hanover; grandson, Jacob, Halifax; granddaughter, Kathryn (Paul) and great-granddaughter, Freddie, Sydney, Australia. He is predeceased by his wife, Helen (nee Boeckner), his parents, Anthony (Tony) and Anna Maria (nee Kastner), Walkerton; sister, Dorothy Soper, Toronto; and brother, Albin Albright, Wasaga Beach.
Joe and Helen were married in Hanover in 1949 and moved to Toronto in 1956, later settling and raising their family in Richmond Hill. Joseph worked for Canada Postal Service. After their retirement, they lived in Southampton, Waterloo, Newmarket, and Aurora. For many years they wintered in New Port Richey, Florida. The family would like to thank the staff of Kingsway Place for the care and compassion that they have shown Dad.
Family and friends are invited to a Graveside Inurnment Service will be held at Hanover Cemetery on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 at 12:30 pm. Arrangements entrusted to Mighton Funeral Home, Hanover 519-364-3660
We are very sorry to hear of Joe's passing.
Mom and Dad enjoyed many years of good times, friendship and laughter. I enjoyed visiting Helen and Joe when they lived in Southampton. Thinking of all of you and sending hugs.
Jim Heather and family
Condolences to members of the Albright family.
We have fond memories of Helen and Joe.
It was many fun times with Ruth and Harold Banks in Hanover and New Port Richey.
I remember Mr Boeckner at the Big Shop. I worked in the office.
Memories of Helen asking me if my mother would make an apron for Helen's mother. It was created.
Read the Saturday Toronto Star.
Just sharing with you memories of past days.
Janet & Don DIRSTEIN
Uncle Joe had such a wonderfully dry sense of humour. He made me chuckle whenever I spent time in his presence. I just loved that about him🥰- Diane Hoffman
When I think of Uncle Joe, I think baseball and beer. You were always offered one when you went over & invited to join him cheer the Jays on. I'm sure he's cheering for them from above while watching them on the big screen! Maybe he's convinced Aunt Helen to watch with him. We will miss you both. Condolences to Joanne & Jeff who were always there for both of them. And to Jim who travelled from Australia & Tatamagouche to spend time with them.
Joe was always a pleasure to know at Kingsway Place Retirement Home, I will miss him greatly. I would say to him "hey Joe what do you know?" and his reply was "Everything!"..at his age I believed him. He was a very nice person and I am happy to have met him.
My condolences to all the family at this sad time.