Joseph P. Tuturice, Jr., 75

Joseph P. Tuturice, Jr., 75, of Lower Pottsgrove, husband of Mary E. (Donley) Tuturice, passed away Wednesday March 20, 2024 at his residence.

Born in Norristown, he was the son of the late Joseph P. Sr. and Betty Mary (Catagnus) Tuturice.

Joseph served in the US Marine Corps. He was extremely talented in music and played in a band for 26 years. Joesph was an avid Eagles and Sixers fan. He enjoyed golfing and delicious meals with friends. Joseph was a loving husband, father, and grandfather who will be dearly missed.

Surviving along with his wife is his son Joseph P. Tuturice III husband of Cheryl; daughter Melissa Watkins wife of Jack; grandchildren Alex husband of Shiri, Conor, Baily, Emily, Marybeth wife of Jason, Leeann partner of David, and Mollysue; great grandchildren Nelson and Alice; brother Frank Tuturice.

Along with his parents, he was predeceased by his grandson Jack L. Watkins III; brother James Tuturice; and sister Theresa Tuturice.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday March 27, 2024 at 11:00 AM at Catagnus Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Ltd., 595 W. Main St., Trappe, PA 19426. Interment will be private. Visitation will be held Tuesday March 26 from 6:00-8:00 PM and Wednesday March 27 from 9:00-10:45 AM at the funeral home.

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Our heartfelt condolences on Joe’s passing. We will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Nancy and John King

~ Nancy Kng Of Prussa, PA
4/2/2024 6:50:38 AM

I am very sorry for your loss. My best childhood memories were the times I was allowed
To spend with Joey
And the rest of the family. Kitchen table talk and cards.
He was always kind
To me. I remember when he was young and dating Mary.
Mary completed him.
Love to all

~ Donna Herbert
3/28/2024 8:25:29 PM

Mary. Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of Joe. He was a wonderful man . ????

~ Casey Kolunie Collegeville, PA
3/27/2024 5:57:18 PM

For 24 years we lived next door to Joe & Mary. From day one, both were so warm and welcoming! As a 1st time homeowner, Joe would always go out of his way to help me. We were blessed to have Joe & Mary as neighbors, and I was lucky to call him my friend! Rest in Peace Joe. ??

~ Rich, Theresa, Tyler and Darby Wood Waynesboro, VA
3/27/2024 4:35:59 AM

While we were not technically relatives, you will forever be Uncle Joe to me, in this life and the next. Thank you for always welcoming me into your home and your life as if I were blood. May you rest in peace. My heart goes out to the loved ones who will miss most. Much love Tuturice family.

~ JR DeFrancisco
3/24/2024 7:02:12 PM

So sorry Mary. Joe was a great guy and a good friend. You are in my prayers for sure. We had some great times !

~ Duane Moses Plain City, UT
3/24/2024 12:57:52 AM

I knew Joe when he worked at the YMCA and he was a very dedicated employee. He was kind to everyone and I enjoyed his company. He and his wife Mary, were the best of the best.

~ Ann Nelson Ogden, UT
3/23/2024 8:38:10 PM

As a kid, always enjoyed growing up with cousin Joe and family. Later in life we caught up and broke bread again with family. The stories told were always enjoyable to hear. Between Joe and his brother Frank were the best times together as it will always last a life time of fond memories. May the Lord be with family as we grieve together. Peace be with you.

~ Thomas D Marconi Las Cruces, NM
3/23/2024 1:57:54 PM

So sorry he’s gone but I am forever grateful he was a big part of my childhood and I will forever be…”wee wee” love to you all you’re always in my thoughts and prayers??

~ Lisa Harsh… Godshall Chincoteague, VA
3/23/2024 1:07:05 PM