Joseph B. Donhauser

Joseph B. Donhauser, 22, of Fulton, NY (Granby) passed away unexpectedly on Sunday Sept. 24, 2017. Born in Syracuse, NY on June 13, 1995 to his parents Patricia A. (Hanley) and Brian
D. Donhauser. He was a 2013 graduate of Hannibal High School. Joe was an operator for Eagle Creek Co., power generator in W. Phoenix. A member of Little Utica United Methodist Church;
a longtime firefighter with Cody Volunteer Fire Dept., Granby, where served the department as a youth member eventually becoming an adult member.

Predecesed by his paternal grandfather, Joseph Eugene Donhauser, Apr. 25, 2003.

Surviving are his mother and father Patricia A. and Brian D.
Donhauser; his sister Brittany A. Donhuaser (Luke); his fiance
Sara Lynch; their daughter Kynsleigh Donhauser; Sara’s parents,
Rick and Dawn Lynch; maternal grandparents, Michael and
Karen Hanley; paternal grandmother Frances Donhauser; one
niece Paisley Smith; several aunts, uncles, cousins; one nephew.
Calling hours are on Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Allanson-
Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix. Services
are on Saturday Sept. 30, at 10 a.m. in the funeral home, with
the Rev. Vivian Summerville officiating. Burial to follow with
firefighter honors in Jacksonville Cemetery, 9250 Fenner Rd.,
town of Lysander.

In Lieu of flowers please consider contributing to Joe’s daughter’s
fund in care of Sara Lynch at Empower Federal Credit Union,
520 S. Second St., Fulton, NY. 13069.

12 thoughts on “Joseph B. Donhauser

  1. I only know Joey from my son Billy and his girlfriend Jordan and have learned that Joey is a kind, loving friend. Billy always spoke very highly of Joey. The world is a better place because of him and he will be greatly missed. I send you prayers as you go through this journey. I also have lost a fiancé and my son so if their is anything I can do please let me know, I will always be here. You can reach me through Billy and Jordan. So often it helps to talk and learn from other who have travel this journey and have shared experiences. Talking can help! Please don’t hesitate. Sending prayers. Anne

  2. Joey, you will be missed by so many family members and a lot of friends. It’s inconceivable this has taken place. Prayers for all.
    Now you are with my Dad and how he loved you. Let the jokes begin.
    One day we all shall meet again. God Bless, Aunt Marion

  3. To Joeys family and friends,
    It is with heart felt sympathy that I acknowledge the passing of Joey.
    I did not know him. He was a former employee of my son, Scotts business, and a good friend of my grandson, Brandon.
    Asking God to shine down on you with strenght and love.

  4. Sara:
    My deepest sympathies to you and your family. Joey was an excellent student, one of my best. I remember him as kind and caring, always a gentleman. I am proud to have known him. He will be truly missed. God bless you during this very difficult time.
    Sincerely:
    Jim Casamento ( Mr. “C”)

    • I know you were reaching out to Sara but, I just want take advantage of this time to reach out to you Mr. C since I didn’t know how else to get a hold of you. I hope you know that my cousin, Joey, always had the utmost respect for you and he loved being your student just like and I did as well. I only wish I had more time in your class, just like we all wish we had more time with Joey. Hope all is well for you!

  5. Joey will be missed by many Family and friends & also by is fiancé Sara & beautiful Daughter. I know he was AMAZING son, brother and father was taken too soon from us all I know you will be watching over us all and keeping us all safe We will miss your smiling face RIP JOEY ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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