Joseph Francis Kameen of Dingmans Ferry, Pa., handed absent on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020, at Morristown Memorial Medical center, Morristown, N.J. He was 70.
Son of the late Paul and Elizabeth (O’Neill) Kameen, he was born on March 8, 1950, in Carbondale, Pa.
Joseph attended and graduated from Forest Regional High School with honors in 1968 East Stroudsburg College, Cum Laude, in 1972 and the Dickinson Faculty of Legislation, Cum Laude, in 1980.
In his extended and distinguished vocation, Decide Kameen taught English at East Stroudsburg Higher College practiced regulation in Allentown, Pa., and then practiced legislation in Milford, Pa., for many several years ahead of serving as an Assistant District Lawyer and then First Assistant District Lawyer for Pike County in advance of his election to Decide. In his most latest position commencing in 2004, Decide Kameen was the President Decide of Widespread Pleas of Pike County, the place his responsibilities bundled the Administration of County Court docket, Presiding Decide in Legal, Juvenile, Civil and Loved ones Legislation Proceedings Chairman of Criminal Justice Advisory Board and the Pike County Prison Board.
Choose Kameen participated with several businesses, like Lawful Companies of Northeastern Pennsylvania Pike County Economic Growth Corp., Non-public Industrial Council of Northeast PA Pike County Bar Association Penn State Paralegal Teacher Pennsylvania District Lawyer Affiliation and Dickinson University of Law NEPA Alumni Affiliation. He was a member of the Pike County Bar Affiliation, Pennsylvania Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. In addition to his lawful pursuits, Joseph was a coach for Babe Ruth Baseball.
He leaves guiding his wife, Elizabeth (Erickson) Kameen of Dingmans Ferry daughter, Elizabeth Nora Kameen, at property sons, Paul Arthur Kameen, at home, Jonathon Kameen and Meagen of Milford, and Daniel Kameen and Jen of Milford sister, Elizabeth Kameen of Baltimore, Md. brothers, Paul Kameen of Olympia, Clean., and Patrick Kameen of Lancaster, Pa. grandchildren, Nixon, Silas, Bailey, and Madison mother-in-legislation, Nora Mostellar, who has been by his aspect all over his sickness.
Spouse and children acquired pals at St. Vincent de Paul Church, Milford, on Sept. 11. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at St. Vincent de Paul Church, Milford, on Sept. 11, with the Rev. John B. Boyle officiating. Burial adopted Mass at the Delaware Cemetery, Dingmans Ferry.
Memorial donations may well be built to The ALS Association at 321 Norristown Highway, Suite 260, Ambler, PA 19002.
Preparations were being made by Stroyan Funeral Home, Milford.