Joseph E. Giedosh, 62 of Hazleton passed away unexpectedly Wednesday at his work in Freeland.
Born in Hazleton February 12, 1957, he was the son of the late Joseph and Helen (Pollick) Giedosh and spent most of his life in Hazleton.
Joe was employed as a laborer for PGA, Freeland and was a member of Friends Can Make It Happen (FCIMH) Journey Mate Hazleton Church, where he was active in Missionary work, he also enjoyed fishing and Nascar and was an avid Pittsburgh Steeler fan.
Joe would do anything for anyone. He was the type of man who would give you his last penny. He was humble and loved all people, young and old, people from many walks of life and backgrounds. Joe was a co-laborer for the Kingdom of God. He served FCMIH ministry for many years, sharing his gifts of hard work and commitment. He served from Hazleton to Williamsport, from Wilkes Barre to Philadelphia, and in North Carolina during the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. Joe always put others before himself. He had the heart of a servant and was a backbone for FCMIH ministries in the Hazleton area.
He was preceded in death in addition to his parents by a nephew Michael Wagner.
Surviving are two sisters Sharon Wagner, Conyngham; Linda Giedosh, Florida; and a brother John Giedosh and his wife Tamra, Hazleton along with many nieces and nephews.
All services will be held privately at the convenience of the family under the direction of Harman Funeral Homes & Crematory Inc. (East) 669 West Butler Drive, Drums.
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