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Joseph Cardell Seth
July 10, 1986 ~ January 8, 2022 (age 35) 35 Years Old
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Joseph “Joe” Cordell Seth, (aka Juiceman Joe), 35 of Denton, departed this life on January 8, 2021. He is the son of Joseph Edward Wilson (Easton) and Charlene Odessa Seth (Federalsburg). Joe was born in Easton, MD and grew up in Denton, MD.
Joe was educated in the Caroline County Public School System. Growing up Joe was quiet and kept to himself and could be found playing video games or just listening to music; both of which he continued to do, even as an adult. If you couldn’t find him, he was probably somewhere sleep with his thumb in his mouth.
Throughout his early adult years, Joe had various jobs as a factory worker. Including, seasonal work at B&G and Amick Farms, both of Hurlock, MD. When Joe wasn’t at work, he could be found having a good time with his friends. He was full of life, laughter and a good time. He believed in living life to the fullest. This was evident when he decided to just up and move to Florida.
With Joe’s loud voice, contagious smile and hearty laughter, you knew when he was in the room. He loved to be around his family, especially his nieces and nephews and they loved when he would come around. Joe had a heart as big as this world and would give his last to help anyone in need. There were times when his house would be full of people sleeping everywhere, from the family to friends. But that help came with a price, Joe’s realness and tough love! He had no problem keeping it real with you and didn’t bite his tongue when he needed to get his point across.
Being brought up in the church, Joe never forgot his roots. He could often be heard saying, “I don’t need nobody, as long as I got Jesus on my side.” He even had “Only God Can Judge Me” tattooed across his chest. Joe had his own personal relationship with the Lord and wasn’t ashamed to say so.
Joe is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents; Harold and Dorothy Wilson and his maternal grandmother, Charlotta (Shirley) Seth.
In addition to his mother, Charlene Seth (Timmy Bailey) and father, Joe Wilson, Joe’s memory and legacy will be kept alive by his maternal grandfather, Andrew Seth; his only son, Dazzavion Camron Rich; five brothers, Richard Smith Sr., Gregory Williams Jr., Eric Williams (Ray), Adonus Seth, and Tyler Nichols (Damyzha); two sisters, Janel Smith and Shanel Smith; his step-mother Dinah Wilson and step-brother Leonard; three uncles, Andrew, Dale and Maurice; four aunts, Velma (Dennis), Darlene Mays (Leroy), Darlene Miller, and Linda; 15 nieces and nephews, My’Aira, Tiearra, Tavia, Shanya, Richard Jr., Tayshaun, Takajah, Tayquan, Joshua Jr., Mikhail, Tay’Lyn, Derrick, Honesty, Montae, and Anai’jah; a loving Grandmother, Dorothy Williams; his god-mother, Vonessia; a special god-brother, Travine and god-sister, Briana; and a host of cousins, friends and extended family.