Condolence From: Randall and Virginia Josey, Panama city, FL
Condolence: Marsha, I just heard of Col. Dooley's passing Virginia and I wanted to tell you how sorry we are for your loss. It was an honor for me to serve as Col. Dooley's Command Sergeant Major. He was the best at loving, caring for and commanding his troops. He was the same fine leader in private as he was in public. God Bless you and your family. Randall Josey
Condolence From: Herb Guyer-Sharfenaker USMC, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: God Bless/RIP. A heartfelt Thank YOU, Col. Dooley for your 27 years of service in The United States Army... And Semper Fi. ... SIR.
Condolence From: Frank Heil, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: This morning I hear of Joe's death from my son Eric who was a classmate of Meghan. I would have attended the service. I hope the good memories of Joe carry everyone through this difficult time.
Condolence From: Rush and Anne Yelverton, INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana
Embracing you and your family with loving thoughts and our condolences ~ and saluting your beloved Joe and his outstanding life on this earth.
Prayers and love to you all.
Annie and Rush
Condolence From: Ann Dooley Hunter, Dearborn, Michigan
Condolence: My heartfelt condolences to your family and friends, cousin Joe. Although we have always been separated by miles and miles, and our choices of careers, yours the Army, and mine, Nursing, my warm thoughts and memories continue on - of the happy times that I did spend with you and your family, long ago - Uncle Dick, Aunt Alice, Janet, Kathleen and Marihelen. I've always been proud and grateful of your service to our country - it's due to all the men and women like you that we continue to live peacefully in the USA. God Bless you and your family and keep all of you together in his loving embrace forever. May I be so lucky as to meet you in the here-after, where miles, years and work won't be able to separate us. Walk strong, tall and free back to our maker and our Father and let your soul fly free and weightless forever! Love, Ann Dooley Hunter, daughter of Timothy E. Dooley (beloved brother of your father, Richard), and Peggy (Blanche) Putman Dooley (Tim's wife).
Condolence From: Todd Smith, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: From the Knights of Columbus council 5776 our most heart felt sympathies & condolences to your entire family. Brother Dooley has been & will be greatly miss. May the peace of the Lord be with you always.
Todd Smith Grand Knight Westerville 5776
Condolence From: Sherry Barnes, Mt Orab, Ohio
Condolence: I'm sorry,for your lose. I'm Sherry Barnes,I worked on Joe's floor and took him to Art class for I left. You all was a wonderful family,bless you