Condolences for Joseph J. “Chop Chop” Flannagan, Jr.

Patsy Saunders Dixon posted on 10/9/20

Am so sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one Joe .Prayer for you and the family .


Ashley Dale posted on 10/9/20

To my dearest Papal, You never know how precious time is, how precious pictures are until those memories are all you have left. I am blessed to have had you in my life for as long as I did some people don't get to have their grandparents in their life but I got the pleasure of having you, and watching you become a great grandfather to my babies. We had some great times together and made some special memories together that I will always cherish. I will miss my random calls throughout the week from granny saying "Ashley, we are going to come down and visit for a little while if thats okay". You were never a man to stay in one place very long, you would make the 45 min drive over to the mainland stay about 15 minutes before saying to granny "well you ready"? I guess thats why God called you home so early he knew you didn't like to stay in one place very long, or maybe he just needed your help in heaven.My kids enjoyed each visit regardless of how long you stayed, and always looked forward to seeing you, and granny. I remember when maci was born and you were so scared to hold her because she was in a harness because of her hip dysplasia, you were so nervous the day I handed her to you, but gosh you smiled so big and I could see how proud you were to be a great grandfather again. I am so lucky that my kids had such a great, great grandfather. The holidays this year won't be the same without you, but we will save a seat for you and a slice of pumpkin pie and we will be sure to keep your memory alive. Thank you papal for all the wonderful memories and all the precious time you spent with us. Give great granny a hug from us and watch over mom, fay and granny. We love you and miss you. Until we meet again hold things down in heaven and enjoy your time being a guardian angel, keep us safe and watch over things. I love you. Love, Ashley Ps. I hope they have a "hot ditch" in heaven and stripper season is always in, im sure your catching the biggest fish.


Eddie and Becky Parker posted on 10/9/20

Our deepest condolences to the family,


Barry and Kay Scott posted on 10/8/20

So sorry. We feel like a family member is gone. We are here. Rides and talks we are here.❤️


Fay Flannagan posted on 10/8/20

My dad was a very loving and caring father. He would do anything to help people in need. When it came to helping his kids, he would drop what he was doing to help in anyway he could no matter what time it was.He meant the world to me. I loved him with all my heart, I loved him to the moon and back. I know he is in a better place. My dad was my beast friend, and a great father to all of his children. He loved us, and his grand children, and great gran children alot. He always did a alot for everyone he met. He also loved his ducks and he loved to duck carve, as well as going to duck showes. I just cant express how much he loved us. I miss and love you dad. Love, Fay


Moe posted on 10/8/20

Margaret, so sorry to hear about Joe.The two of you always brightened the days of the folks you delivered meals on wheels to always waving at everyone. I loved watching him put that step stool he made for you out for you to get in &out of the truck. He adored you and know you will miss him.


Janet Rose posted on 10/8/20

I am so sorry. Prayers for all of you. Hoping all your wonderful memories will warm your hearts in the days ahead.


Danny and Gina Johnson posted on 10/8/20

Margaret, Gina and I are very sorry for your loss. We love you and we are here for you


Danny and Gina Johnson posted on 10/8/20

Margaret and family, Gina and I are so very sorry for your loss. We love you and are here for you please call anytime.


Fred & Kimberly Lane posted on 10/7/20

We are so sorry for your loss Mrs. Margaret and family. He was a wonderful man.


Tip and Ginny Sutton posted on 10/7/20

We will surely miss Joe, but he is resting peacefully now! We will cherish the memories we have of him and a beautiful Duck he carved for us in the time we knew him!


Gary&Becky Huffman posted on 10/7/20

Ms Margaret, so sorry about the loss of your sweet husband. I always thought you 2 were a beautiful couple. Praying for you and family.


Barry and Kay Scott posted on 10/7/20

Praying for you and your family


Barry and Kay Scott posted on 10/7/20

We feel like we lost a family member


Suzanna Miller posted on 10/7/20

To my dearest Dad, I am so sorry you had to leave us so soon. I wish you could have stayed but i understand, you are in a better place now. I will forever cherish all the wonderful memories we made. Like working in the garden, raising my baby calves, going fishing together and hunting. You were a great dad to us. Then when my girls came along you took them to Mackey Island and taught them how to catch that big fish. I am going to miss you so much but I am so lucky and blessed to have had you as my dad. I know you will be our guardian angel and look after us. I love you dad and I will miss you. Love always, Suzanna



Linda S Griggs posted on 10/7/20

Joe was well liked and a grand person to know.He will be missed ,God bless to his whole family.He is in gods hands now taking care of the ducks and geese in heaven. God bless to all. Linda and Eric Griggs



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Audrey Lewis posted on 10/7/20

Please Margaret, know your loved, I know you will miss Joe dearly, but now he's with the Lord and all is well. Know your grief is known here and above, and love is shining down, and we love you too. Much love, Audrey Lewis



Audrey Lewis posted on 10/7/20

I know you will miss him dearly Margaret but know he is with the Lord and all is well. Bless you Margaret, you are so loved, here and above, Love to you, Audrey Lewis


Lionel & Janice Ewell posted on 10/7/20

Margaret, Lionel and I are so sorry for your loss of your beloved Joe. Sending hugs and prayers to you today and of the days to come.



Ted, Linda Flannagan and Family posted on 10/7/20

When you are the oldest sibling in mom and dads family, you expect death will occur in a particular order. that is not the way it went for my brother joe and I have been trying to figure out why GOD selected Joe first and I believe I have the answer. The covid-19 virus has sent many unexpected visitors to the golden gates of heaven and I believe GOD had to have some additional help. In my mind he chose the right guy for the job. Joe was always a strong believer in GOD and showed it by not only attending his church faithfully but took upon himself the needed work at the church. Joe did all the landscaping, he planted beautiful flowers for all to see and performed other services as he and the pastor saw need for. Joe was always the workhorse in our family and GOD needed the best, therefore Joe is in heaven now performing services for his Lord and Master. Thank you Joe you were always there for your remaining siblings. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten by my wife and family as well.


Stacey Woodlock posted on 10/7/20

My deepest condolences to the family! I love Ms Maggie Doodle. My prayers are with you


Shaun Kane posted on 10/6/20

I'll miss seeing you and your red truck fishing at the bridge when the sun was coming up. Rest easy.


Lena Wimmer posted on 10/6/20

Hugs and kisses to you :) Sorry for your loss :(