In Loving Memory

Joe Dvorak, Jr.

June 2, 1955 - March 10, 2022

Tribute

Joseph Anton “Joe” Dvorak, Jr, of Robertsdale, AL, passed away, Thursday, March 10, 2022 at the age of 66. He was born in Fairhope at the Jordan Clinic, to Joseph Anton Dvorak, Sr and Daphne C. Allegri Dvorak.

Joe was a graduate of Fairhope High School.  He retired from Metals, USA.  Joe loved his family, his dogs, cutting grass, the outdoors, the Gulf, Alabama Crimson Tide and arguing with Sara-Beth, teasing Madison and making sure David didn’t use his tractors (because he always hit stumps).  He also enjoyed is Saturday rides on his John Deere Gator rides with Alec in Belforest and visiting friends. Joe considered himself the “Mayor”, ask Bill Taylor, because he had to have permission from Joe to move there.

Joe was preceded in death by his father, Joseph Anton Dvorak, Sr.; and sister, Daphne “Dee-Dee” Plemons and her husband, Roger.

He is survived by his children, Alicia Berga of Robertsdale, AL, Amy Thompson of Mobile, AL and Alec Dvorak of Daphne, AL; grandchildren, David and Madison Berga; one great-grandchild, Shay Miller; mother, Daphne Dvorak; sister, Jo Anne Keller; dogs, Sadie, Sandy, and his “famous dog”, MJ; his “favorite” cat, Chloe; along with other family members and friends.

A celebration of life will be held at Hughes Funeral Home, 26209 Pollard Road, Daphne, AL, on Tuesday, March 15, 2022, at 12:00 PM.  The family will receive friends for a time of visitation before the service beginning at 11:00 AM.

Expressions of condolence for the family may be made at www.hughesfh.com.

6 Comments

  1. Lisa Graham

    Have so many fun memories with Joe. Banking, fishing, Alabama football games. He enjoyed life and always made us laugh! RIP Joe

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  2. Tracy Priar

    Doe Doe you will be forever in my heart. I will miss your teasing me about LSU, my weight and my love of chocolate. You were positive through this whole cancer battle and taught me what strength looked like. I can’t wait to see you again when it’s my turn to meet our Lord. I’m sure you will be there to greet me with your ROLL TIDE! Love you

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  3. Jahneen McBrayer

    My dearest Doe Doe, my heart is so heavy. Our friendship goes back so many years and I will truly miss you, I’ll especially miss your raunchy jokes, your passion for your Alabama Tide and your eternal optimism. You. were such a dear true friend and we had been through so much together over the years. RIP my buddy.

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  4. Pam Brignac

    Joe, Joe, Joe. I will miss my best friend! I am truly BLESSED to have known you all these years and was able to call you my best friend, my co-worker, my sounding board. I enjoyed our daily talks, you always made me laugh. You said what you thought and I loved that about you. I am so glad we texted each other before you went to be with the lord so you knew how much I loved you and appreciated you always looking out for me. You had a heart of gold, such a great family man! Until we meet again my friend. I know you will be watching over all of us. Rest in Peace my friend. You are forever in my heart and will be missed dearly. Roll Tigers… 🙂 Pam Brignac

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  5. Verne Dennis Hilt

    Joe, you’ll be missed and our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Verne Hilt

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  6. MIKE ROSEBERRY

    Joe (aka Bamit), my friend you will be sorely missed by many, many of your GIC Bama pals and many others. We will miss your humor and predictions for each and every Bama football game. Those were some fun days and years old buddy. Rest in peace dear friend. ROLL TIDE ! ! !

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