Joseph E. Lane, Sr. 64, husband of Carole Fortin Lane of Farview Ave. passed away March 15, 2003. He was born in New Haven, a son of the late Joseph E. and Lillian Saars Lane and a was veteran of the US Navy. He was a resident of East Haven since 1965. Mr. Lane had been a meat cutter at the former Klarides Supermarket in Derby and later retired from Genelco Industrial Supply Co. He most recently was a delivery driver for NCS Pharmacy of Cheshire. Joseph was an umpire with the New Haven Little League, North Branford Umpires Assoc. and he umpired adult slow pitch softball and was a member of the male vocal group the ''Barnstormers''. Besides his wife, he is survived by daughters, Dotty Owens, Darlene Suarez, Marlene Gogliettino all of East Haven, Joanne DeVoe of West Haven and a son, Joseph E. Lane, Jr. of East Haven, brothers, Myles Lane, Sr., David Lane, Sr., both of Lexington, KY and Laurence Lane of Wayne, PA and 8 grandsons. Funeral service Friday, March 21 at 9:30 a.m. at BEECHER & BENNETT TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, 410 Campbell Ave. at Court St., West Haven. Friends may call Thursday from 4-8 p.m. Burial in East Lawn Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be sent to the North Branford Little League, P.O. Box 213, North Branford, CT 06471.

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  1. Honey you broke alot of hearts, I will miss you untill the day I die. I miss your smile, you could light up a room with it. I will always look for you coming through the door with your delivery. May you be at peace. My deepest sympathy to his wife and family, he was the greatest guy. I had the pleasure to see Joe at my workplace where he delivered our meds from NCS, he could turn a bad night into the best of nights with his smile. We are better people for having known him, he will bring a smile to my face when I think of him, may God bless you all….

  2. I AM VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. JOE WILL BE MISSED AT NCS PHARMACY AND EVERYWHERE ELSE HE WENT. HE WAS AN UNFORGETABLE MAN.

  3. My deepest sympathies to Joe\’s family. All the nurses at St.Joseph\’s were very fond of Joe and will miss him greatly.

  4. OUR PRAYERS GO OUT TO THE FAMILY OF JOE. HE WAS MY COUSIN, BUT WE WERE MORE LIKE BROTHERS. THERE ARE MANY FOND MEMORIES OF JOE. HE WAS A GOOD FRIEND, AND WOULD BE THERE FOR YOU WHEN EVER YOU NEEDED HIM, AND SOME TIMES WHEN YOU DID NOT REALIZE YOU DID NEED HIM. HE IS WITH GOD. AND MAY YOU REST WELL MY FRIEND.

  5. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I had the pleasure of working with Joe at NCS. Sorry for your loss. Stacy

  6. PLEASE ACCEPT OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY. HE IS GREATLY MISSED AT NCS & IN ALL OUR THOUGHTS. RICK & JOANNE

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