Joseph M. Mahr
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Joseph M. Mahr
Joseph M. Mahr
DOVER- Joseph M. Mahr, 96, died on June 19. He was born June 29, 1920, to Michael and Gladys Lapaugh Mahr, of Cedarhurst, NY.

Mr. Mahr leaves two sons, James Mahr and his wife Dale and their children, and Michael Mahr and his wife Christine; and his beloved granddaughter Laura, of Goshen, NY; stepdaughter Judith Braddick, of Texas; step-son Bob Mantei and his wife Martha, of California; and several step-grandchildren and great-grandchildren including Jonathan Braddick, his wife, and their daughter Ruth, who was named after Mr. Mahr’s beloved wife Ruth Riede Mantei-Mahr. Mr. Mahr also leaves his close friends, Michael and Linda Anelli, of Florida; Laurie Dooney, of New York; and Gary Sedtf, of New York.

A graveside service will be held on Sunday, July 2, at 2 pm at the Dover Center Cemetery on Holland Road.
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Tom Clancy
July 01, 2017
I remember Joe who was a carpenter and his wife, good people very sociable. Every time I'd run into joe around town he would say, "Hi Tom are you keeping busy". Then he'd tell me about what job he was working on and I'd do the same and of course I'd always see Joe and Ruth at a happy hour someplace for what I always called, "Social Hour". Good guy Joe, RIP.
joyce roy
July 03, 2017
I met Joe and Ruth 40 years ago when I was working at the Four Seasons for Arnie and Roberta Matteson. They used to come in for "Social Hour". I saw him a few years ago. Bye, Bye Joe


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