You may not have known Joseph C. Gorz but he made your life a little better. He served his country for 31 years …was a World War II veteran. He didn't understand dishonesty. He wasn't sophisticated but he could assess the worth of something long before anyone said a word.
He was never late for anything in his life, but he granted leeway enough for those that weren't as punctual. No one, not a single soul, would want comfort while he had a say in the matter and that endeared him to all. You could depend on him. You still can. All of these qualities have been passed on to his children and grandchildren, so his moral insight and strength of character will live on for a very long time.
Joseph C. Gorz, traveling, using his Facebook to keep the family up to date about one another, polish music and foods that the ordinary would probably die form is enough for any good life and our appreciation and love will never fade.
He will missed more than words here can I write. I have learned how to carry on … when you are 102 as my Papa Joseph was … he had lost everyone in his life. He carried on as I will.