Joel Katz Obituary, Death – LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Joel Katz of Woodmere, New York, unexpectedly died and his passing has been tough for his family, friends and colleagues. Joel Katz died away on March 11, 2020 at the age of 59 years old. The date of his departure was March 11, 2020. He was the only kid left to them after the passing of both of his parents, Albert S. Katz and Mark A. Katz; he was the youngest of their children. After Mr. Joel passes away, his legacy will be carried on by a number of people, including his wife of 30 years, Graciela Katz, his mother, Doris B. Katz, his brother Lee and his wife Jennifer, his nieces Jesslyn and Lila Rose, his sister-in-law Kiki Robinson and her niece Alexandra and her nephew Harry, and his brother-in-law Harry Ganteaume and his wife Sumiko.
His legacy will also be carried on by his nieces Jes Katz. Gaining expertise in the food sector through employment at establishments such as the Tobacco Firm and the Bird in Hand provided him with the chance to do so. This eventually resulted in the establishment of Thyme Out Food Services, a thriving food service and catering business that provided its services to a number of significant organizations. The passion that Joel had for cars fully took over his life and ruled every aspect of it.
He was a professional racer in the Viper Racing League, and it was thanks to his leadership that a team was able to establish a new record for the quickest lap time in a production vehicle on the world-famous Nurburgring track in Germany. This record stands as the current benchmark for the fastest lap time in a production vehicle on the Nurburgring track. This was made possible by the fact that he drove a production car at a speed of more than 300 miles per hour. This excitement led him to become involved with ViperExchange and to establish BJ Motors, which went on to become one of the most successful distributors of high-performance and luxury automobiles in North America and eventually expanded to become one of the most successful distributors in the world. The time he spent working with ViperExchange was directly responsible for both of these undertakings.
Joel was not a person who was defined by their work and enjoyed a wide variety of hobbies and interests, such as riding his Harley, traveling internationally (including several trips to Africa on safari), and “chillin'” with his wife and German Shepherds. He was not a person who was defined by their work. He was not an individual whose work served as a defining characteristic. He was not the type of person whose work could be considered a distinguishing attribute of him. Joel will be remembered for his kindness, his enthusiasm for life, and the fact that he was a loving and dedicated friend, husband, son, brother, and uncle to an unfathomable number of other people. He will also be remembered for his passion for life. His enthusiasm for living will also be something that others will remember about him. On Monday, March 16, the family and the friends of the family will meet together between the hours of 1:30 and 3:00 in the afternoon.