Joseph J. Sodoro, PharmD
March 9, 1987 – June 5, 2022
“To know him was to love him,” a statement that held true for this beloved son, brother, and uncle. Preceded in death by his grandparents, Emil and Rose Sodoro, John and Trudy Nebbia; father, John. Sodoro. Survived by mother, Christine; sister and brother-in-law, Carlee and Nate Jordan; sister and brother-in-law, Annie and TJ Smith; nieces: Mia, CeCe, and Josie; nephews, Drew, Ben, and Alex; many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
VISITATION begins on Friday, June 10th at 9:30am at Christ the King Catholic Church, 654 S. 86th St., followed by MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL at 10:30am. Entombment: Resurrection Mausoleum. Memorials are suggested to Community Alliance or The Trevor Project.
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My deepest sympathies, hoping memories bring you comfort.
Sending our deepest sympathy to Joe’s family. He was such a loving, caring, sweet individual who meant so much to many. He was so loved and adored by us and we will miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers will always be with you.
Paul & Angie Bierman
Joe was one of the most genuine, caring, and selfless people I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. I’m lucky to have had him as a friend. I will miss our late night chats, hearing “hello cristobal!!”, and those big hugs. To the Sodoro family, I express my deepest condolences. He will truly be missed by everyone and has implanted a life long impact on everyone lucky to cross paths with him. We love you, Joe!🖤
Sending all of our love and know we share in your sorrow. Joe will be missed by many but lives on in our hearts. ♥️
Joe was one of the most selfless kind souls I’ve ever known. His laugh was infectious. I’m grateful for knowing Joe. My deepest condolences go out to his family.
Chris & Family, So sorry for your loss.
I was Joe’s fifth grade teacher. Just picturing him brings a smile to my face. He kept all of us laughing. I can only imagine how much he will be missed.
I wanted to send my condolences to Joe’s family and friends. I was blessed to be able to know Joe through work. He always had a bright smile and a positive outlook on things. His laugh brightened my day. He will be missed by many. Prayers to you all during this most difficult time.
My prayers and condolences to the Sodoro family. Joe was a close friend to me like a brother and I will miss him very much.
Joe was my neighbor and my friend. I knew he was a lost son after his father passed and he was deeply hurt and troubled after his uncle passed, but he was strong to his friends. He could pull out a laugh from anyone. I only knew him a brief time, but I’m better for having known him as I’m sure many are. My sincere sympathies to his family and many friends for their loss!