Joseph Michael “Giga” Lisa, 96 of Hoboken, passed away in the early hours of Friday July 10, 2020, surrounded by his loving family.
Born to Rose (nee Melissa) and Charles Lisa on December 13, 1924 in Hoboken, Joseph was a lifelong resident and well known in the community. He served his country in the US Navy during WWII in the Pacific Theater from 1943-46 and was proud of his service as a signalman on the USS PGM 19. After the war his work included General Lumber in Hoboken, as a building inspector for the city, and owning/operating Lisa’s on 10th Street. A man of many talents, he loved all styles of woodworking and carpentry, and found joy in working with his hands.
Joseph has rejoined his beloved wife, Angelina (nee Totaro) Lisa and his parents in the hearts of his family. His memory will be honored by his family including his dear brothers, Bobby Lisa and Johnny Lisa, his beloved sons, James Lisa and Michael Lisa, and his wife Annette, and his cherished grandsons, Michael J. Lisa and Jason Lisa.
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