10254 W. Carlton Bay | Garden City, ID 83714

Joseph William Cusick February 19, 1946 - March 25, 2021

Joseph William Cusick

Joseph William Cusick passed from this earth on March 25, 2021.

Born in Scranton, Pa., he graduated from Idaho State. An avid runner and woodworker, he worked for the telephone company for 25 years, then the P.U.C. for 20.

He leaves behind his best friend and loving wife Barbara, daughter and son Megan and Patrick, Patrick’s wife Heidi, her daughters Ava and Ali, and Megan’s husband Kevin and grandson Theodore.

We will miss his beautiful heart forever.

Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City.


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    Joe Levitch says

    I was a friend of Joe’s, We shared a name in common. I admired his love for tools and woodworking. He was courageous and always optimistic. He was kind and had a very creative flair that I looked up to. May he rest in peace. All my love to Barbara and the dogs, Joe

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    Ron & Kitty Lightfoot says

    Very sadden to hear of Joe’s passing. We enjoyed working at phone company. Remembered at the Mountain Perch race in Sun Valley too. God has welcomed a gentle heart and warrior. . Our hearts go out to Barbara and family?

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    Vicki Kreimeyer says

    So sorry to learn of Joe’s passing. I so enjoyed knowing Joe, and drinking the best coffee at that great Giuseppe’s Coffee Shop – and because of that getting acquainted with the whole family. Our community is an emptier place without Joe’s presence. I am holding all of you in my heart.

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    James Wozniak says

    I had the pleasure of working with Joe for many years at the phone company. He had a great sense of humor and really understood the intricacies of a complex job. I remember how proud we all were of him for carrying the Olympic Torch through Boise as a member of the Telephone Pioneers. I continued to interface with Joe when he went to work at the Idaho PUC. He was well respected by his peers and treated his work with fairness and balance. Joe was a great guy and will surely be missed by those who knew him. May God bless you and your family, Joe.

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