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Joe Pat "Little Joe" Briley
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Birth: Mar. 14, 1947
Pampa
Gray County
Texas, USA
Death: Aug. 20, 1967
Gunnison
Gunnison County
Colorado, USA

Joe Pat was the son of George Worth Briley (1914-1993) and Dorothy Ann Southard (1916-1971). On Sunday, August 20, 1967, two car collided killing five persons, including Joe Pat, age 20. Joe Pat was a passenger in a car driven by Theron K. Sparrow, 22 of Gunnison. The others killed were Leland D. Tunberg, 25, Fort Collins, Colorodo and hia passengers, Jack B. Serephine, 19 and Luann White, 20, both of Gunnison.



Tell Me

You feel there are no words -
What can you say?
I know. I'm glad you are here.
And a touch is nice.
But I need your words too.

Tell me you loved my son if you did.
Tell me you thought he was bright,
Witty, handsome, good hearted
You knew him in a way I did not.
Tell me.

Tell me of some fond memory
Of you and my child together.
I need all the good memories
Of him I can gather up now -
Even second hand ones.

Tell me you will miss him -
That I'm not the only one.
Your words will make me cry,
But your silence hurts more.
Tell me.

Alice Woodrome


 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  George Worth Briley (1914 - 1993)
  Dorothy Ann Southard Briley (1916 - 1971)
 
Inscription:
"Little Joe"
 
Burial:
Gunnison Cemetery
Gunnison
Gunnison County
Colorado, USA
Plot: Block79 Lot29 Plot03
 
Maintained by: Ninny
Originally Created by: RobMinteer57
Record added: Oct 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79557067
Joe Pat Little Joe Briley
Added by: Rita McDermott
 
Joe Pat Little Joe Briley
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Added by: Joanne Williams
 
 
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As for man, his days are like grass;he flourishes like a flower of the field; for the wind passes over it, and it is gone, and its place knows it no more... but we will remember! Gone, but not forgotten ~ forever in our hearts...
- Jeanette Lea
 Added: Jun. 25, 2013
 
 
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