Condolence & Memory Journal

I worked with Joe at the myriad of companies. He was a respected mentor to me for unix, web development and photography. He was the consummate teacher / leader. In 2005, he mentioned a vision for setting up a Photography club at work. He wanted to set up classes for the newly emerging field of digital photography. The early classes were quite fun. Joe would bring in Pepperidge Farm cookies to go along with his slides. We all had a blast. Joe set up the pattern for newbie training, the art show and the Heart Walk auction. Joe also personally built the display racks used in the various shows. It is because of his leadership that many people at Philips were bitten by the photography bug. My condolences to Joe's family. He was a great role model to many. Till our paths meet again.

Posted by Greg Maloney - Broomfield, CO - coworker   August 23, 2019

So sorry to hear of your loss. Joe was a neat guy. I always enjoyed our conversations.

Posted by Ward Gravel - Friend   August 05, 2019

Remembering our motorcycling days with fondness. We had so much fun. It's a chapter in our lives we won't soon forget. Much love and condolences to all the family Paul and Therese

Posted by Paul G and Therese J Campagna - Sun City Center, FL - Family   August 02, 2019

Thank you for your service RDM Windham NH

Posted by A friend   July 31, 2019

I'll always remember Joe for his smile, great love for his family and photography skills. Such an inspiration to the very end. Until we all meet again Joe! ~ Danielle M Vezina

Posted by Danielle Vezina - Epping, NH - Friend   July 31, 2019

Leo and spent many days together hunting. We were also the science nerds for our class. He will be missed by many.

Posted by Henry Charest - Northborough, MA   July 31, 2019


Joe you were a great friend and mentor. Always there for anyone in need willing to share your knowledge, time and love. May our Lord welcome you into heaven and give you and your family peace.

Pitt Gallup a coworker and friend, Port Saint Lucie, FL

Posted by Pitt Gallup - Port Saint Lucie, FL - Coworker   July 31, 2019

My Thoughts and Prayers to Joe's Family. He truly lived his life fully with passion for his family, photography and helping others. God Bless.

Posted by Michael Haffey - Hudson, MA - Coworker   July 31, 2019

Grateful to have known him as a colleague and while our paths didn't cross that often at work, when they did I was the better for it.

Posted by Jonathan Temple - MA - Coworker   July 31, 2019

I feel so very lucky to have had the chance to get to know Joe! He entertained me with many stories and photographs of his adventures! His ability to chat about just about anything made our many visits memorable! Many condolences to you all! And to you, Joe, thanks for my final salute as I will always remember the smile that came with it!

Posted by Johanna Messamore - NH   July 30, 2019

Heartfelt condolences to you and your family, Lucille. Sending prayers and hugs from your cousin Denise

Posted by Denise Goulet    July 30, 2019 were a kind, thoughtful and a gentle man. You and Lucille were always close to my heart and your story will live on with your grandchildren. You are now in peace

Posted by Sue gingras - Brentwood, NH - Friend   July 30, 2019

We are so sorry for your loss. Joe was always willing to help ,any way he could. It's with deep regret that we are unable to attend his celebration of life. Without a doubt he lived a full life.Joe will be missed. Much love to the Pepin family. Kevin and Janet Foss

Posted by Janet and Kevin Foss - Penacook, NH - Family   July 30, 2019

Joe, I am glad I had a chance to know you at work. RIP my friend.

Posted by Tony Borges - Bradford, MA - Coworker   July 30, 2019

Joe, I was blessed to know you, to work with you in high tech, and to learn so much about photography from you at the PHILIPS Photo Club you and Shirl did such a great job teaching! Witnessing your tears as you made being there for Declan your top priority and doing everything in your power to love and help your family succeed in finding good health and being truly happy with who they chose to become. I said it since the day I met you! Your wife Lucille was a lucky woman to have made a family with such a loving man. I will say prayers that your move up to Heaven leaves them filled with the love and memories you all shared forever. Joe. You were a good guy!!! My sincere condolences to the entire family and most especially to your wife Lucille who was witness to your beautiful life.

Posted by Lisa Narie Doherty - Epsom, NH - Coworker   July 29, 2019

Thanks for everything, Dad.
I love you.
Your son, Craig

Posted by Craig Pepin - Manchester, NH - Son   July 29, 2019

While looking for another Obituary I ran across "Joe". I wish I had met him. I am inspired to "follow my dreams" and just go for it!
thinking of you and your family at this time. Deanna from texas

Posted by Deanna - Pflugerville, TX   July 29, 2019

Dear Lucille, Greg and I would like to express our deepest sympathy to you and your family on the loss of Leo "Joe". I can still remember all the fun at your wedding, especially when Uncle Romeo and Aunt Bea danced a Canadian Jig. I don't think Leo ever forgot that. We are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers for strength, courage, and peace. We will see you on Friday. Love, Louise (Filteau) & Greg Estrella

Posted by Louise Estrella - Berlin, NH - Family   July 29, 2019