Joseph Patrick Intermill, born November 25, 1975, passed away Thursday, May 11, 2006 in Torrance. Beloved son of Mark and Dee Intermill; Grandmother, Mary Wojtecki; Grandfather, Sam Intermill; Uncle and Godfather, Ed (Aunt Caryn) Wojtecki; Uncle, Fred (Aunt Patty) Kendall; Uncle, Sam Intermill; Uncle, Bud (Aunt Ruth) McCoy; Aunt and Godmother, Dina (Uncle Duane) Roberts; Aunt, Bernadette (Uncle Dan) Cassidy; Cousins, Tanya Roberts, Jim (Asha) Cassidy, Tommy (Julia) Cassidy, Kathy Kendall-Fenne. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the City of Hope AML (Leukemia) Research

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  1. Joseph, I love you. You will always be in my heart and always on my mind. Uncle Mark and Aunt dee, I love you.

  2. Joseph, you’ll be in my thoughts and heart always. Grampa Ed has now taken you under his wing until we can all be together.

  3. Dear Mark and Dee, Nothing could be worse in this life than suffering the loss of a beloved son. We are so sorry. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Debbie & Randy Jolls

  4. Intermill Family, Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family.Mark,I had the opportunity to see Joseph grow up as he was always around you when you were my coach in High School and then my first employer afer school in your carpet cleaning buisness. I saw the love you had for Joseph and would just like to send my sympathies to you and your family at this time. Love, The Gray Family

  5. we are so very sorry to hear about your loss.please let us know if we can do anything to help you through this time.your in our prayers.

  6. Mark and Dee I would like to express my deepest sympathy for the loss of your son. May God bless you during this time of sorrow. Don Kasten

  7. Dear Mark and Dee I cannot imagine losing a child. When I worked with Mark, I remember him telling me about Joe playing baseball and how proud he was of him and how Joseph would take over the family business some day. My deepest sympathy and my prayers go out to you and all of your family. Jeanie Roberts

  8. To the Intermill family. We are deeply saddened by the loss of your son, Joe. Our hearts and prayers go out to all of you.

  9. Dee and Mark, I’m very sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May the peace of God and the love of friends give you comfort and help you through this difficult time.

  10. I remember past Holidays when Joe, our cousins, my sisters and I were very young. We used to all play ball out in the front yard in Lakewood. Good family, good times. Our hearts and thoughts go out to all the family at this time. Bless you all.

  11. Dear Intermill Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of sadness and great loss. There are no words to express the sorrow you must be feeling but I hope that your memories of Joseph warm your heart and give you comfort. God Bless! Helen Smith Everett

  12. Mark, Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this very difficult time. God bless you and your family. Gordie & Suzi Smith

  13. The Intermill Family, Words cannot express just how sorry I am for your loss. Think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched For nothing loved is ever lost- And he was loved so much. With Deepest Sympathy Cleoan Ferm

  14. Dear Dee and Mark, We extend our deepest and heartfelt sympathy to you. Mark, during our yearly summer chats over the roar of the carpet cleaner, we fondly remember the many times you talked about your son – often in connection to a mutual love for baseball. Please know that we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers in the months to come. Sincerely, Dick and Jane Harris

  15. Dear Mark and Dee, We are so saddened to hear of the loss of your beloved son, Joe. Our heartfelt condolences go out to you. With Love, The Austins

  16. Dear Mark & Dee We only met Joseph one time yet we could see he was truly a wonderful representative of the family our daughter Julia will be marring into. We pray that the peace of our Lord will comfort you both at this time. 2 Corinthians 5: “To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.” We keep you both in our prayers. Wayne & Debbie Alves

  17. Joseph I will miss you soooo much!! But I will always remember the memories and fun times we all had together and when I was growing up. I used to luv when you picked me up sometimes from school…I was little and I thought ‘wow how cool my cousin is picking me up.’ I will always remember going to your baseball games and all of our family BBQ’s…you will be missed but never forgotten ever! I love you and save a place for me okay?! Aunt Dee Uncle Mark I’m always here for you Love you both SOOOO MUCH!!

  18. Joe, growing up you were like an older brother to me, memories of things such as us playing stickball in front of Grammas hitting homeruns off the front of the house across the street flood my mind. While these memories might water my eyes they will always put a smile on my face.

  19. Dear Dee and Mark, We are so sorry for your loss. Please know you are in our prayers. Sincerely, Joe and Linda Zeiler

  20. Joseph, my one, my only nephew, my hero. My heart is so heavy with pain it’s hard to express. All the happy memories of watching you, Jimmy and Tommy growing up flood my thoughts at this moment and you leave a void in my heart never to be filled. I will miss you nephew of mine. I will miss hearing “Hey Uncle” followed by the big bear hug. God hold you close till we see each other again. Love you always.

  21. When I Think of baseball “little league” I think of Joe And What a great ball player he was. I always felt lucky to be on his team and later on in high school he made me feel the same way. “lucky” Lucky to be his teamate and his friend.I know we’ll play ball again someday. My family and I send our prayers to yours.

  22. To Dee and Mark, Our familes have been together through the good times and the bad times. Our thoughts and prays were with you through out your ordeal and remain with you now.

  23. Joseph, I always looked up to you as another older brother. Growing up we spent many summers together, there are so many great memories that cross my mind that will always put a smile on my face. Even though you are gone I know you are in a better place, playing on the most ultimate ball fields and sitting in on the biggest Blitz games. Save a spot for me, I know we will see eachother again!

  24. Mark & Dee, may God bless you for the loss of the greatest loss any parent can can withstand, he didn’t quit and for Joseph we have to have the will to continue to move forward. Manny & Blanca

  25. Dee and Mark, I saw the notice in the paper about Joe and was shocked and saddened for you both…I can’t imagine the grief and pain you are feeling right now. When I occasionally would run into Mark (how many years ago?), he would always be so excited about his son and what he was doing. I know that he had to be a great kid because you two are such wonderful people. I don’t really know what to say, but I did want you both to know that we are thinking about you. The world can’t possibly be better today with the passing of another wonderful young man. Our love and prayers, Bill and Kathy(Bynum) Rowe

  26. Mark & Dee As friends for so long, we along with you, mourn the loss of your son Joseph. We cannot imagine the pain and grief you both are going through (along with all of your families). Our thoughts and prayers are with you always. Love, Richard & Riana Rodriguez

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