January 14, 1944 ~ December 2, 2018

Born in: Indianapolis, In
Resided in: Indianapolis, In

W Joe Masner Sr
Joe was born on January 14, 1944 to Helen (Rush) and Thomas Masner. Surrounded by his family, he passed away December 2, 2018 from complications to cancer.
Joe was born, raised, lived and worked in West Indianapolis all of his life. Joe graduated from Assumption grade school and Washington HS. He began working at WI Fruit Market at the age of 9 and continued until it closed. He worked at and eventually owned A1 Tax Service on West Morris St for many years.
Joe was preceded in death by his mother Helen and father Thomas, step fathers Harry Campbell and Victor Orsborn, brother Tom, and Great grandson Bentley Ryan.
He is survived by his wife of 53 years Mary Ann Masner (Long). Children, Joe II (Gina) and Becky Faulk, Grandchildren; Johnathon (Rachael), Tim, and Chris (Melody) Faulk, Katie Faulk-Burress (Kyle), Jessica Alltop (Ethan), Zachary and Joshua Masner. Six great grandchildren; Isaak, Tristyn, Gracie, Timothy, Braxton, and Everly. Sister, Mary Gin, brothers, Jim Masner, Phil and Mike Campbell, nephew, Rick Gin, niece Andrea Owens, and many other nieces and nephews.
The visitation for Joe is Thursday, December 6th from 4-8PM at Legacy Funeral Home, 1604 W. Morris St. A funeral Mass will be presided over by Fr. Glenn O’Conner at St Joseph Catholic Church on Friday, December 7th at 10AM. Interment will be immediately following the Mass at Floral Park Cemetery on Holt Rd.
Joe asked that in lieu of flowers contributions be made to the St. Joseph Catholic Church’s Feed the Hungry program.


Visitation: December 6, 2018 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Legacy - Indianapolis
1604 W Morris St
Indianapolis, IN 46221

Funeral Service: December 7, 2018 10:00 am

St. Joseph Catholic Church
1401 S. Mickley Ave
Indianapolis, In 46241

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  1. Thank you dad for helping me become the father, husband, man I am today. I love you! And I know you’d say, “Me too.” Rest in peace pop.

  2. Joe is part of so many of my memories a lifetime of happy times he was part of the Butler family I can remember so many christmas fruit baskets he made and the christmas tree’s we sold togeather, rest well Joe.

  3. We’re so sorry for your loss. However, we’re also grateful that Joe doesn’t need to suffer any longer. God bless you all, and God bless Joe on his new journey.

  4. Mary Ann… I’m so sorry for your loss… Joe was a great guy and I’ve known you both for years… May he rest in peace and may peace and comfort come to you…

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