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September 3, 2007
Joshua,
I still cant believe your gone.. You changed my life in so many ways and you changed me for the better.. You made me realize things that i still dont think i would have if it werent for you.. You made such an impact on my life.. I wish we didnt end like we did but i know when im at the same place you are we will start where we left off.. I miss you so much and you and your family are in my prayers..
I love you ,
Jennifer
July 24, 2007
Dear Josh-
I never had the opportunity to meet you, but I felt like I knew you in so many ways. Your mamaw and I met at work in November 2006 at which time she shared with me her unconditional love for you and how badly she wanted you to take the lead of the Lord in Life's Journey. You see, she and I bonded that day because I have a wonderful brother I love dearly who is 36 years old with a similar life story as yours, and my hope for him has been the same as your mamaw's for you. So the two of us, your mamaw and I, agreed to pray for both of you. I remembered you in my prayers daily along with the prayers for my brother and others whom I love. Your mamaw would fill me in from time to time about the positive steps you were taking in your journey. I know everything came to a screeching halt with your journey on this earth that sad day on May 22, 2007, but I am so thankful that prayers for you were answered. God saw you had finally put Him in the lead, and then He decided to direct you Home. I realize this may have been earlier than anyone would have chosen, and now so many people miss you terribly. But you made it Home, Josh, and for this I am so grateful to the Lord and confident for my brother who I continue to pray for. I look forward to finally meeting you some day in our Father's Home!
July 10, 2007
Lisa, Kelly and Kaileigh,

The first time we met Josh was at church when he was about 3 or 4 years old. He had a smile on his face as he walked down to sit with his mamaw and Papaw Hollon, who as you know are our best friends. Even though we didn't know Josh really well we heard many, many great things about him from his grandparents. I don't think there was even a time we saw him that he didn't have a smile on his face. The last time we were with him was at Applebee's with Courtney and Donna. He was smiling and teasing Donna as we left. I'm sure that if there is someone in charge of smiles in Heaven it is Josh. Nothing will ever take away the pain of your loss, but as Christians we have the promise that we will see our loved ones again. I am sure Josh will be waiting at the gate for you with a smile and a hug.
July 6, 2007
I have fond memories of Josh. I met Josh when he was 10 years old. He was always such a carefree and gregarious young boy.
In recent years, I have seen Josh at the mall. As he strolled along, he still possessed the same youthful spirit.
I will always remember Josh as the carefree, young boy I first met.
Lisa, Josh was a lot like you, a unique individual.
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