Joe Belcher

May 13, 2019

Born in: Knoxville, TN
Resided in: Johnson City, TN

Joe Belcher, 72, Johnson City, passed away Monday, May 13, 2019, at Princeton Transitional Care.

Joe was born in 1947 and raised in Clinton, TN. He spent most of his life in customer relations and sales. In 2004, he returned to his East Tennessee roots to open Express Employment Professionals with his wife, Terecia.

Joe was preceded in death by: his sister, Gayle; and brother, Bob.

Survivors include: his wife, Terecia; brothers-in-law, Robert and James McGuire; sister-in-law, Sandi Belcher; aunt, Betty Tripp; and several nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, May 18, 2019, at First Christian Church, 200 E. Mountcastle Dr., Johnson City, with Pastor Donald Mushayamunda officiating. A short fellowship will follow the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at www.stjude.org/donate.

Services

Memorial Service: May 18, 2019 2:00 pm

Room: First Christian Church

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  1. Toe Ridenour says:

    Joe’s legacy shall not be measured by his acts nor deeds but by his absence. We all feel his absences.
    Joe and I were in high school together and we played baseball in college, where Joe was an outstanding
    left handed pitcher. But, he was a far better man and friend. If you were a friend of Joe’s, he would
    follow you to the end of the earth, even if you were wrong. He would be telling you the whole way that you
    were wrong, but he would be right there with you.
    Terecia, while Joe is not physically with us, he is alive in our heart.
    Joe has been called home and is very comfortable. That has to be a comfort to you.
    Toe

  2. Betty Seivers Vann says:

    Terecia, I was a classmate of joes at chs, class of 65, I was so glad I was able to spend a little time talking with him at our last gathering, not much time though because he had someone else to talk too, seems as though he wanted to talk to everyone while he was there. May God give you comfort in your time of sorrow

  3. Carol Pennington Jamerson says:

    Oh Terecia, you must know our hearts are just broken, we all love Joe so much. He was
    such a big personality and I will always smile when I think of him. I hope you can somehow
    find some peace in his passing. We all love you and are here if you need us.

  4. Wilma Mauney says:

    Terecia – so sorry to hear about Joe. This has been a long struggle for both of you. I always have to smile when I think of Joe – always laughing and smiling with a few words o! wisdom for the day! Please take care of yourself during this challenging time and know you are in my thoughts.

  5. Sarah Johnson says:

    Terecia our hearts go out to you. Know everyone from Clinton remembers Joe’s smiling face and big heart. May God be with you. Cookie Robinson Johnson

  6. Ron Kirksey says:

    Tericia and family: Sorry about Joe and the rough struggle you both have had. I’m CHS Class of ’65 but Joe and I go back a lot longer than that — elementary school, school sports and just hanging out. What a great guy. He will be missed. We all share your grief and we’re thinking of you and your family. It’s hard to think of Joe, even now, without smiling.

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