Joseph O’Neal Stogner

February 29, 1972 – July 19, 2020

Joseph O’Neal Stogner, 48, of Climax, GA, passed away Sunday, July 19, 2020.

Due to the ongoing concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, the family will hold a private memorial service at a later date. Online visitors may sign the guest register at www.iveyfuneral.com.

Joseph O’Neal Stogner was born on February 29, 1972, in Brooksville, FL, the son of Edward and Patsy Ruth Peak Stogner.   Joseph was an all-around nice guy. He simply loved all aspects of life and never let anything keep him down. He also loved his family very much and kept them close to his heart at all times. Joseph was a man of nature. He found sanctuary and comfort stepping away from the city lights and being immersed with the great outdoors especially if he could get close to the water.   Joseph’s favorite place to be was anywhere near the river, even if it was just sitting on the bank.

Survivors include his wife of 28 years, Brenda Stogner; his daughters, Jessica Stogner and Jordan Stogner; his step-sons, Kevin Miller and Eric Miller; his siblings, Cynthia Walden and Terry Stogner; and his grandchildren, Karisma, Jaylah, Benjamin, Katlynn, and Brooklynn. In addition to his parents, Joseph was preceded in death by his grandson, Bobby Ray.

6 Comments on “Joseph O’Neal Stogner”

  1. My heartfelt sympathies for the loss to your family. I hadn’t seen Joey since he was a kid and I was at Country Boys. Bless you all in your time of loss.

  2. This was my buddy when i didnt have nobody else i loved him so much rip brother i hope to see u again love timmy haire

  3. Joey darlin, you are much loved, and now sorely missed. My Mama and i only had the pleasure of hearin’ your jokes and stories for ’bout the last year or so, but we made fast friends and thank the Lord for you. Much Love, Darlene & Suzy Hobbs.

  4. I remember arm wrestling with Joey back in the Jr. High days. He was well liked and liked everyone else. This news is very sad and his family has my deepest condolences. Rest in peace, Joe.

  5. I will never forget him the last conversation we had together was a few weeks ago at the creek him and my husband would always joke and Joey told my husband he was going to pop the tires on his truck and I said please don’t he said I won’t girl only because you and those babies ride in there 😂he was all around an awesome person and a mess to he will for sure be missed 💔

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