Joseph V Alletag Jr—2/26/2015

dad_on_boat_with_grandkidsJoseph V Alletag Jr (Joey, Joe, P-Pop, Poppa A) of Cape May NJ passed away Feb 26 2015. He was born in Long Island NY, grew up in the West Oak Lane section of Philadelphia PA, and moved to Lansdale Area where he lived for 41 years. He was the son of the late Joseph V Alletag Sr. and Joan Alletag.

He was a 1974 graduate of North Penn HS where he was captain of the Ice Hockey Team. Joe worked at GE as a switchgear technician for 36 years specializing in electrical breakers for oil refineries and nuclear power plants

Joe was a loving father to three sons Joey III, Tony, his wife Erin, and Jamie, his wife Jenna.  Joe is also survived by mother Joan Alletag, sister Dee D’ Agostino, wife of Philip, brother Gink and grandchildren Anthony Jr, Austin, Penny, Cora, & Leah. Joe was preceded in death by his father Joseph V. Alletag Sr.

Joe will be remembered as a person who would do anything for his family and especially his three sons. He was a dedicated Little League Baseball and Ice Hockey coach while the boys were growing up. Driving across the Delaware Valley with an SUV full of hockey players and equipment was the regular weekend activity for many years.

Joe enjoyed his free time hunting and fishing.  Most recently, he could be found on his Cape May boat dock telling fish tales, teaching and taking any visitors for boat rides and fishing trips.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral Mass at St. Stanislaus Church, 51 Lansdale Avenue, Lansdale PA. 19446 on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 10:30 AM.  The family will receive friends from 9 to 10:30 AM Wednesday morning before Mass.  Interment Private.

In lieu of flowers donations in his name can be may be made to the the Souderton-Harleysville Game, Fish, and Forestry Association – http://www.shgffa.com/

Online Donation to SHGFFA:
Google Wallet – joe.alletag.shgff.donation@gmail.com
Paypal – joe.alletag.shgff.donation@gmail.com

Check Donation to SHGFFA:
Souderton-Harleysville G,F,F,A Inc.
Donation Department
P. O. Box 308
Tylersport, PA 18971-0308

13 thoughts on “Joseph V Alletag Jr—2/26/2015

  1. Although I left GE 17 years ago, I would often stop by and see the guys. I sure will miss seeing him and hearing his witty comments. Goodbye Joe, but enjoy fishing up there in heaven.

  2. My sincere condolences to Mrs. A, DeeDee, and the whole family. I had many a fun and mischievous time with my best friend Joe. Peace to you all.
    Jim Pinder and the Pinder family.

  3. I am deeply saddened by the news. I knew Joe from our grade school days in West Oak Lane and I have great memories of travelling to the “country” to visit the Alletags in Hatfield. I will never forget him nor our times spent together. My deepest sympathy to all. John Caruso

  4. Joe, May you rest in peace, gone to soon. I’ll always remember going for boat rides, we had such nice times. You will surely be missed. God Bless to all the Alletag Family.
    Love, Debbie and Larry

  5. Dear Joe, I am so sad to hear of your passing. Your smile and jokes will be greatly missed. I will always have the memory of you taking us out on your boat. We had so many laughs that day especially when we were fishing and I was so excited thinking I caught a fish but it ended up being a baseball cap. That was the biggest joke between us. Thank you for the memories and all the laughs. To the Alletag family, we are sorry for your loss and know that Joe will be missed. RIP JOE and I know you are still smiling.

  6. We were neighbors with Joe for almost 16 years. He was a great friend, neighbor and P-Pop to my 3 kids. He was always willing to help out with anything. Including school work and computer problems. Whenever the kids had a problem with a school project, they went to go see P-Pop. Joe was family to us. We love you and We will miss you Joe. Rest in Peace.
    The Fritz Family

  7. Was an old friend of Joe. Grew up with him in West Oak Lane. So sorry to hear of his passing. My heart goes out to his family. Fran Hager

  8. I knew and worked with Joe for more than 30 years. I will remember him as someone who would always crack a joke, or just crack a smile whenever you saw him…..
    Rest in Peace Joe

    Lou Brunelli

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