We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Williams Funeral Home, P.A.
In Loving Memory of Husband, Father, Grandfather, Great-Grandfather, Uncle and Cousin.
Your memories will remain in our hearts forever.
Joe was proceeded in death by Son Joseph Norman Lagana (Joey) and Daughter-in-Law Debra Ann Lagana.
Joe is survived by wife Sandra Darlene (Sandy), son Mark Anthony and Connie Lagana, Grandson Brandon Joseph Lagana and Granddaughter Ashley Lynn Lagana Milcetic and Husband Matt Milcetic and Great Grandson Riley Towns Milcetic.
He attended the Indian Head Church of the Nazarene with friends and family for many years. Joe was very active in the church and loved to come early to service to listen to the praise team practice their songs before the service. Joe was also known to occasionally bring his guitar and join in on a song.
Joe’s favorite pass time was to be at the Flea market, where he enjoyed selling items but mostly spending time just talking with people. He also enjoyed swimming at Mark & Connie’s with the Grandchildren and their pets, Olivia and Mikie.
Joe retired from White House in 2001. Where he worked in the maintenance department. Joe enjoyed his job at the White House for many years.
Joe and Sandy recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on March 18, 2021.
Joe’s family wishes to express their sincere thanks for the cards, phone calls and other expressions of love during their time of loss.
Visitation was held on Thursday, September 2, 2021 10 AM until time of funeral services at 12 noon with graveside services at Trinity Memorial Gardens in Waldorf, MD.
The family has asked that donations be made to the Joseph Lagana Memorial Fund at the Indian Head Church of the Nazarene in lieu of flowers.
Pallbearers: Brandon Lagana, Matt Milcetic, Bobby Lagana, Nick Vathes, Robert Boarman, Jason.