Joseph  Yates


Joseph J. Yates passed away August 19, 2019. He leaves behind a wonderful family who were always there for him. His wife, Mary, his children Jim Yates of NC, Joy Post (Chip) of Springboro, Brenda Braden of Conneautville, Tom Yates of NV, and Amy Yates of Linesville also grandchildren Jason Braden (Heather), Toni Marie Longo (Drew), Ed Braden, Matt Post (Brandi), Justin Post (Malorie), Jared Yates (Alison), Reanna Yates, Jessie Yates (Joe) and Lucas Yates and great-grandchildren Alexis, Kaitlyn, Hayden, Wyatt, Ella, Everett, Rowan, Walter, Louisa, and Chance, a sister Janet Yates of Oakmont, PA and a special neighbor Robbie Adams all survive him.

All services will be private at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers please donate to the Gabriel Chupp Medical Fund C/O Northwest Bank, 105 S. Main St. Springboro, PA 16435
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Karen Kehr and family
Aug 20, 2019
Uncle Joe , you will be missed by all you touched. I pray peace over your family and know that you are in the hands of our lord . I’m sorry I won’t be able to be with the rest of the family to celebrate your life . Please RIP with grandma and your two brothers (Roy/Allen)
To each of my cousins and my dear sweet aunt Mary my love will be with each of you and may you embrace on the good times and the love of each other at this time . Blessings and love always
KarenSue and family
Candace Beatty Caracciolo
Aug 20, 2019
So sorry for your loss. Love and miss all of you.
Mary Sue Hoch
Aug 20, 2019
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you Jim and your entire family
Bonnie Shuey
Aug 19, 2019
So sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed talking with Joe at the bank. He will be missed