Obituary of Joi E. Tatick

December 25, 2021

Joi E. Tatick, daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and trusted friend: animal lover, dancer, photographer, a believer in angels, astrology, and the supernatural. Joi E. Tatick was born March 30, 1946 in England and took New York by storm when she arrived as a child. In her passing, she leaves behind her beloved daughter Kara, treasured grandchildren (River and Cody), dearest brother Graham and countless friends but reunites with the love of her life and soul mate, Vinnie, in heaven.

Please celebrate her life with us Saturday, January 15th 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Gathering and Repast to follow at Barrow's Pub (463 Hudson Street), from 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

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Memorial Service

January 15, 2022

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Perazzo Funeral Home

199 Bleecker Street

New York, NY 10012

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Words cannot express the lost I feel, I will carry you in my heart until we meet again, my dearest friend. Joi was loved by so many and her presence was so vibrant she lit up the room. I'll miss her queen's wave, but most I'll just MISS MY FRIEND. Xoxo

Posted by: Missy DiFranco - jersey city, NJ - January 10, 2022

A lovely kind funny woman; prayers for Joi and her family.

Posted by: Cathy Hoch - New York, - January 11, 2022

RIP. We can have lemon drop in heaven

Posted by: Bill Mclaughlin - Ny, - January 11, 2022

What a blessing it was to have known you.

Posted by: Aimee K Adamson - New York, NY - January 11, 2022

What a beautiful woman inside and out I adored her everytime I saw her we even skipped down the street together cause it was too cold arm n arm lol She definitely was one of a kind and Im gonna miss her dearly . May she rest EZ

Posted by: Mary Caruso - lodi, NJ - January 11, 2022

Joi was an awesome person. Funny, kind, happy and full of love. So grateful for the good times we shared, and the good fortune of having her in my life.

Posted by: Kyler S - Phx, AZ - January 14, 2022

I just found out about Joi s passing she was my first roommate in NYC 1969 Thompson street we lost touch about 10 yrs ago she was fine RIP Lady I am so sad no words can express ?

Posted by: Joey Capo - Coconut creek , Fla - Friend August 1, 2022

Omg I can grasp this She fought and won cancer Great person my first roomie in NYC 1969 Loved by so many Hugh heart RIP My Friend

Posted by: Joey Capo - Coconut Creek , Fl - Friend November 3, 2023
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