Joseph  Anthony Cottone Jr.

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Avon, NY:  Born July 26, 1964 and passed away suddenly on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at age 56.

He is predeceased by his father Joseph A. Cottone Sr., Aunt June Wall Bovee, Uncle Gary Wall. He is survived by his children, Michaela (Doug) (grandson Wayne) McDaniel, Katherine (Mitch) Cottone, Isabelle Cottone; brother Jerry (Cathy) Cottone; sister Sherrie Cottone; nieces, Chloe, Maya Cottone; mother Barbara (John) Harrigan; uncles Bill (Jill), Tom (Paula), Ron (Tara) Wall; Aunt Irene Wall, Aunt Carol Cottone; many cousins and dear friends.

Joey loved his family and friends. He was a talented musician and loved to sing and play the drums. He was a great mechanic and would help anyone. He had a generous heart and a kind soul.

5 Condolences

  1. Sarah V. Mcdowell on January 18, 2021 at 11:27 am

    You were truly a great friend and co-worker. You would go above and beyond to help anyone in need! You truly will be missed by many, RIP my brother.

  2. Mark Farruggia on February 11, 2021 at 7:15 pm

    My condolences to my cousins on the passing of Joey.
    Rest In Peace Joey until we meet again.

  3. Irene Wall on February 15, 2021 at 9:58 pm

    I am so sorry for your loss. Barb, my heart goes out to you. Some may remember that when my husband Gary passed away, Joey graciously cleaned Gary’s motorcycle and rode it so we could place it in front of the funeral home. He immediately teared up the minute I asked him if he could do that. He was a kind, tender hearted person. He and Gary were very close and I know they had a lot of laughs together. He will be missed.

  4. Phil Linden on February 21, 2021 at 6:57 am

    My deepest heartfelt condolences to the Cattone family.
    I have many great memories of snowmobiling with Joe that I will cherish forever. A great rider and even better mechanic. Joe taught me how to tear down a motor and re-assemble it so it ran perfectly.
    You never got lost on the trails with Joey as he always could remember land marks and knew the way home.
    If you went hunting with Joe you almost always got a shot at a deer.
    Always quick with a joke and ready to jump in and lend a hand, he had many friends in Avon.
    Rest In Peace my friend, you will be missed.

  5. Arthur Camacho on July 26, 2023 at 6:12 am

    I remember Joe as a rambunctious, funny, smart, amazing friend and roommate. We were stationed together in Baumholder Germany and then in Colorado . There was never a dull moment when Joe , John, and myself were together. Even though I haven’t seen or spoken to Joe in years, I’m truly sorry to hear that he’s no longer with us. Always thought we’d see each other again. I’m so sorry to his family and anyone who knew him

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