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Joseph Hamilton "Joey Jello" Carroll
Birth: Aug. 18, 1984
Medina
Medina County
Ohio, USA
Death: Jun. 24, 2012
Austin
Travis County
Texas, USA

Joseph Hamilton Carroll was born in Medina, OH on August 18, 1984 and died in Austin, TX on June 24th, 2012, the victim of a hit and run.

He is survived by his parents, Jim and Kris Carroll; his sister, Sarah Franks; his nephews Noah, Nathan & Nash Franks; his half-sister, Jill Cherry of Yukon, OK, and his half-brother, Mark Carroll of Glen Rose, TX, as well as his beloved dog, Buddha and friends too numerous to count.

The Carrolls moved to Nashville in 1992 where they joined the membership of Victory Fellowship Church. As a child, Joey was part of the Kid's Church worship team.

In high school, Joey was in Army ROTC at Hunters Lane. He was in the SophistiCats Show Choir at Hillsboro and the Drama Club. Joey loved performing, earning a Drama Award his senior year. After high school, he started and played with several local Nashville bands including "the Moonshine Orchestra", "62Latitude", and "The Wrong Kids". His song "PBR" was a local hit.

He was also largely responsible for opening the Nashville chapter of the Rat Patrol Bike Club, a group dedicated to building, riding, and jousting on tall "freak" bikes typically created by welding one bike frame on top of another. The chapter is still active today.

Joey moved to Austin, TX in 2010 where he was a member of the local Moose Lodge and had recently become a member of the Black Label Bike Club. He was also active at Burning Man in the Black Rock Desert of NV,
working from set-up to tear-down of the event, over the last several years. Joey worked for Nieri Design, building and welding artisan furniture and ornamental ironwork. The last item Joey was working on was a beautiful gate with a big heart in the middle. As all who knew him will attest, he might have seemed to be made of steel, but like that gate, he had a huge heart. He will be missed by his family and friends.
 
 
Burial:
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Specifically: Ashes scattered by many friends in places he loved or spoke of visiting.
 
Created by: James H. Carroll
Record added: Jul 22, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 94039379
Joseph Hamilton Joey Jello Carroll
Added by: James H. Carroll
 
Joseph Hamilton Joey Jello Carroll
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Joseph Hamilton Joey Jello Carroll
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