Captain Joseph Lenus McClane, Jr, USN Ret., of Virginia Beach, passed away on July 10, 2006 in his residence. He was a native of Dayton, OH.
A heartfelt salute and a sincere “well done” for a heroic life in the service of our country.
Farewll to my great friend and Naval companion.
Joe was a much respected and able man with a great sense of humour.
I shall miss him greatly and my heartfelt regards and love to his dear wife Betty and to all the McClane family
Jim, Carol, John & Michael:
Larry and I are keeping you and your entire family in our thoughts and prayers. May the promise found in Revelation 21:4 give you comfort and peace. Gloria
Larry and I are keeping you and your entire family in our thoughts and prayers. May the words found in Revelation 21:4 give you comfort and peace. Gloria
Sincere condolences to Jim and the entire McClane family in your time of loss.
To ìMy Captain McClaneî
Great victories come by fighting valiantly and meeting hardships bravely. The last few years have proven this and today you have WON the battle. As I remember you I know in my heart you remembered me and I want to say Thank You. Next to my own Father, you had the most impact and were the most important man in my life. You were always there for me and today ìBossî Iím here for you.
How do you thank someone who has taken you from crayons to perfume? It isn’t easy, but Iíll try. If you wanted the sky I would write across the sky in letters that would soar a thousand feet high – To Sir With Love
And as I leave I know that I am leaving my best friend. A friend who taught me right from wrong & weak from strong – That’s a lot to learn, what can I give you in return? My heart. To Sir With Love.
Itís been an honor and privilege to have served with you, been one of your ìDollsî and included in the McClane family.
We’ll follow the old man wherever he wants to go
As long as he wants to go right against the foe
We’ll stay with the old man wherever he wants to stay
As long he stays in the thick of the battle’s fray
Because we love him, we love him especially when he keeps us on the ball.
And weíll tell the kiddies we answer duties call with the grandest son of a
SAILOR of them all. ìMy Captain McClaneî
TO SIR WITH LOVEÖVal
1974 – 2006
We were deeply saddened at the news of the passing of our old friend Joe. A wonderful man with a big heart and an equally large zest for life.
We will always remember him with love and fondness,for his friendship and his kindness. Our thoughts at this time are with his lovely wife Betty and to Jim, Carol and their family.
Rest in peace old friend we wil never forget you.