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Harrison lost an important part of its history on Friday with the passing of Joe Supor. Although he never lived in Harrison, he thought of Harrison as his home.

Always willing to lend a hand, open his wallet or donate time and equipment, he was what being a true gentleman was all about.

He was instrumental in the success of the annual Halloween Parade, lending his trucks, along with the band each and every year. He was also one of the sponsors for the Harrison Rec Football League of the 1970's. He helped people out behind the scenes and never sought notoriety for his kindness.

Although he was in ill health recently and wasn't seen around as frequently, he was still a valued member of the community.

We will all miss you Joe. Rest in Peace.

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Harrison lost an important part of its history on Friday with the passing of Joe Supor.  Although he never lived in Harrison, he thought of Harrison as his home.

Always willing to lend a hand, open his wallet or donate time and equipment, he was what being a true gentleman was all about.

He was instrumental in the success of the annual Halloween Parade, lending his trucks, along with the band each and every year.  He was also one of the sponsors for the Harrison Rec Football League of the 1970's.  He helped people out behind the scenes and never sought notoriety for his kindness.

Although he was in ill health recently and wasn't seen around as frequently, he was still a valued member of the community. 

We will all miss you Joe.  Rest in Peace.

What a " Great Guy ", they don't make them like " Joe Supor " anymore!

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Its a shame that NOT ONE town official was at Joe's funeral on Wednesday. All the things Joe did for this town and these guys don't heve either the decency or the balls to pay their respects. At least people from the HPD and HFD showed up, thats about it. At least THEY have some class.

Its really a shame, the man deserved so much better than that. Shame on you McDoofus!, and the rest of your yes-men. Hopefully they wont change the name of the street to McDonough's Way now that Joe's gone. You already have Harrison, isnt that already McDonough's Way?????

Joe didnt need them and yet he was always there for the people of Harrison.

Rest in peace Joe. Know that there are many of us that appreciate what you did for us and the town. We will miss you.

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Its a shame that NOT ONE town official was at Joe's funeral on Wednesday. All the things Joe did for this town and these guys don't heve either the decency or the balls to pay their respects. At least people from the HPD and HFD showed up, thats about it. At least THEY have some class.

Its really a shame, the man deserved so much better than that. Shame on you McDoofus!, and the rest of your yes-men. Hopefully they wont change the name of the street to McDonough's Way now that Joe's gone. You already have Harrison, isnt that already McDonough's Way?????

Joe didnt need them and yet he was always there for the people of Harrison.

Rest in peace Joe. Know that there are many of us that appreciate what you did for us and the town. We will miss you.

,,,,,although the Devecka's sold their station in '81 & moved to Fl, had we known we would surely send our condolences for a 'wonderful business man" & his sons.!! The whole 'fleet' were good people/customers.!! As a matter of fact, is the 1949 Cadi still in the family.? Rest In Peace Joe. ;)

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,,,,,although the Devecka's sold their station in '81 & moved to Fl, had we known we would surely send our condolences for a 'wonderful business man" & his sons.!! The whole 'fleet' were good people/customers.!! As a matter of fact, is the 1949 Cadi still in the family.? Rest In Peace Joe. ;)

Good to hear that you're catching up on the news from 2007. I have a slow WiFi connection too.

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