OUELLETTE Joseph Charles
of Clarkston, died September 21, 2015 at 69 years of age. Born in Detroit,
Michigan the son of Dorothy and the late Thomas Ouellette. Beloved father of
Kim (Bill) Basinger, Courtney (Ben) Gabriel, Chris (Carrie) Ouellette and Caitlin
Ouellette (Jimmy Wroblewski); dearest grandfather of Heather, Addison,
Samantha, Cooper and 1 on the way. Also survived by his sisters Sue, Mary,
Therese, Joanie, Katie, Peggy and Jeannine; brothers Tom, Greg and Dan and many
nieces and nephews. Joe was a veteran of
the U. S. Army during the Vietnam War.
He worked at the Springfield Oaks Golf Course and was a passionate
gardener of dahlia flowers.
Thursday from 3:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Friday September 25, 2015, 11:00 a.m.
COATS FUNERAL HOME-CLARKSTON (8909 Dixie Hwy.)
Burial at Great Lakes National Cemetery, Holly.
Memorial donations may be made to the Clarkston Independence District Library or Vietnam Veterans of America.
Chris, Kari and Ouellette family, I was so sadden to hear of Joe's passing. He was such a fun loving guy loved all his stories and his passion for golf. Heaven is one lucky place to receive him! And we all so unlucky to lose him. Our prayers to your family with deepest of sympathy Jeff and Dawn Harrell
Kim and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this tough time.
I hope that my words will bring comfort & strength to you, Kim & Bill, and your entire family. While I am so saddened for your loss, I know that your dad has found a paradise beyond our earthly realm. Please keep foremost in your thoughts, the experiences and memories that he gave you, the knowledge & wisdom he imparted over the years, and the overpowering love he felt for you. It will bring you laughter, bittersweet happiness, and strength to get you through the next few days. You are both wonderful people and remember also, that you have so many friends that love & adore you! Like me...Love you.
My sincere condolences. May you find comfort and the strength to cope. Joe will be missed by everyone he touched.
I am so very sad for your sudden loss of Joe. He seemed to live his adoration of the whole family. He surely taught all of us how to show love to each other and how to love nature.
My sincere condolences to the entire Ouellette family. I have had the privilege growing up right across the street from Joe and his siblings. My heart aches for them all. Joe's service to our country made him a neighborhood hero to us all. Rest in peace Joe.