Joshua Scott Korevec

Obituary
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Joshua Scott Korevec, 22, died Oct. 19, 2008, in Anchorage from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Zion Lutheran Church. A celebration of life will follow from 4-7 p.m. at Kinley's Restaurant, 3230 Seward Highway (next to Moose's Tooth).
Joshua "Josh" was born March 15, 1986, to Fred Korevec Sr. and Terri Wild. He attended Chugiak High School and graduated from Benny Benson Secondary School in June 2005.
His family wrote: "Joshua was a kind and gentle person who loved his family and was loved by all who knew him. Josh was very passionate about life and lived each moment to the fullest. He enjoyed four-wheeling, camping, snowboarding and spending many summers at his uncle's cabin at Big Lake.
"Josh was a World of Warcraft champion and really enjoyed a quiet evening at home playing his computer games. He loved spending time with his friends and family. His time with us was not long enough and our memories of him will be cherished forever. Josh will be dearly missed by all those whose lives he touched."
Josh is survived by his parents; step-father, Steve Wild; older brother, Fred Korevec Jr.; little sister, Amber Stansel; grandparents, numerous cousins, aunts and uncles and many dear friends.
In lieu of flowers, donations for the family may be made at any Wells Fargo Bank branch to account #5534280390.
Arrangements are with Witzleben Legacy Funeral Home & Crematory. To submit and view online condolences, please visit www.alaskafuneralhomes.net.
Published in Anchorage Daily News from Oct. 22 to Oct. 23, 2008