Joseph Eugene Sisson
(1937 - 2008)

Joseph Eugene Sisson

April 30, 1937

December 30, 2008

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5/ 3/2010 i just found this web site, wow, my buddy has a memorial web site online,- so cool, joe was a cool guy, smart, good singer, great friend, and understanding man, he gave his whole heart to his friends, and he was unselfish in all his ways, he was a tender and warm man, with a desire to be liked and accepted, he was dedicated to singing and his ''work of being a craftsman'' he worked on my home and i always remember him when i enjoy the WORK HE DID PERSONALLY for me, i continue to miss my long time friend JOE SISSON.
chuck kenney (25 yr long friend)
May 3rd, 2010
Joseph Sisson born 04/30/1937 peacefully died surrounded by his loving family on December 12/30/2008. Joe was born in Oakland, CA and graduated from Mount Diabo High School. He also attended the College of the Pacific where he majored in Music and Business. He is survived by Wife of 46 years Leila Sisson. His step-daughter Sheila Providenza and proceeded in death by his step son Robert Smith. Surviving Grandchildren Erica Providenza and Paula Smith. He also has 3 great-grandchildren Bruce, Amber and Catherine. Joe was gifted with a beautiful voice. He performed in shows throughout high school. Later in life, he performed in Music Man in Sacramento and Davis. He was also a 50+ years true barbershop singer and also performed with serveral choruses and quartets. Last being Rivertones. Joe's occupation since he was 14 years old was construction. With his sense of humor he used to say that he had a nail in each house that was built. His memorial Service will be held at St. Marks United Methodist Church at 2391 St. Marks Way Sacramento, CA. on the 31st of January at 2pm. Donations please to the Cancer Society.
Leila Sisson (Wife)
January 17th, 2009
Just a short note for testing purposes. I'll make another comment soon
Paula Smith (Grandaugter)
January 17th, 2009
Our sincere condolences for your loss. We're here for you if you have any questions about using our service.
iLasting Staff
January 17th, 2009
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"You were one hell of a guy and will be missed. I still remember phoenix when we sang all night long. Also they ask us to leave because we were making to much noise,we thought that we were making music, oh well we had fun. Miss you big guy. Rich"
Rich Gonzales
January 18th, 2009
"You were my best friend in Barbershop. I feel like I've known you for many years instead of just a couple. I only wish we could have sung together for many more years."
Mark Coldiron
January 18th, 2009
"Joe: I had more fun singing in bbshop because of you. My best buddy. My closest bbshop quartet friend."
chuck kenney
January 18th, 2009
"You will be missed in the front row."
Norman Smith
January 18th, 2009
"I love you and miss you, dad."
Sheila Providenza
January 17th, 2009

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