Joseph “Joe” Emile Carbona

November 20, 1949 – September 25, 2021


Obituary For Joseph “Joe” Emile Carbona

Joseph “Joe” Emile Carbona, age 71, of Douglasville, Georgia formerly of Florida and Queens, New York died on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at his home.
Joe was born on November 20, 1949 in Queens, New York to Joseph Carbona and Maria D’Amioo Carbona. He attended School in the New York School System and was of the Catholic Faith. He was proud of his Italian heritage from both his parents. Joe and his beloved wife, Julie moved to Florida, where they lived for 35 years and Joe worked with the Wal-Mart Company in retail services. He did everything that could be done on the local level of a location. Joe and Julie enjoyed their retirement years in Florida until she died four years ago. Joe moved to Douglasville, Georgia to be close to his family. Joe loved motorcycles and especially going to Bike Week in Daytona Beach, FL with his nephew, Joey. He loved animals, especially dogs, and not long ago his beloved “Pink” went to the Rainbow Bridge. He enjoyed music, bingo and singing solo. He was known on various Cruises that Julie and he took together, for just breaking out in song and would sing to the attendees at the various dinners. Joe was a devoted son, husband, brother, uncle, great uncle and friend. He will be missed by his adoring family and friends.
Joe leaves to cherish his memory; sister & brother-in-law, Marilyn Carbona Hubschmitt (James) and devoted nephew, Joseph Anthony Hubschmitt all of Douglasville, Georgia; niece, Jennifer Crankshaw & her husband Anthony of Dallas, GA; nephew, James Hubschmitt of New York, NY; great nieces, Marilyn & Matthew Barday and their son, Holden, of Dallas, GA and Lindsay & Jon Vaughn and their daughter, Ella of Dallas, GA; great nephew, A.J. Crankshaw, of Dallas, GA; also Donna Hubschmitt of Winston, GA; other relatives and friends.
It was Joe’s request to be cremated. There are no services planned at this time, but his nephew, Joey will be scattering his cremated remains, along his beloved wife Julie on the beach in Daytona Beach, FL.
Messages of condolence may be sent to the family at Jones-Wynn Funeral Home and Crematory of Douglasville is in charge of the arrangements. 770-942-2311

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  • Uncle Joe I know you are a peace now with Aunt Julie, Nana and Papa. I hope you know how much you were loved. You had the biggest personality and always loved entertaining everyone. I will never forget when we lived in Florida and you were constantly eating things that weren’t good for you so I would cook and bring you dinners all of the time. Aunt Julie said you would purposely tell me about foods you would eat that you weren’t supposed to just so I would bring you things I cooked. Every time you came to visit us in Georgia you kept us laughing all of the time. You would tease Aunt Julie and tell her you were “A long way from home and all alone” You would say it every single time you came to visit and she would just crack up laughing at you. You loved to be comical and make everyone laugh. We all have our own special memories of you that we will cherish always. Rest Easy Uncle We all miss you and love you! Love your niece -Jennifer Crankshaw

  • Rest In Peace Uncle Joe I will always remember my weekend adventures when I was a kid to go to Mays department store and coming to the 5 towns to visit to visit you and Aunt Julie As I got a bit older we would come to Manhattan. Always had a lot of fun . Rest easy Uncle

  • I love you Uncle Joe I’m going to miss you so much you will always be close to my heart stress you when it comes to Bike Week and motorcycles which I know you always loved and as long as I’m alive you will walk and ride with me always and forever you rest in peace with Aunt Julie Angel and pink I’ll see you soon when my time comes until then I love you and miss you.

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