“I am so sorry... what happend ?
“I just found out about this and couldn't believe it. Josh was definitely one of a kind. Being a friend of Justin's, Josh was a part of my life for many years. I'll never forget how he could just make you laugh out of nowhere. Jim, Sandy, and Justin. I'm so sorry for your loss. I know it must have been extremely difficult for you guy's. Even though it's been a few years, I'll keep you guy's in my prayers.
“Glad I was able to make it. I'll miss my 3rd baseman from high school and milo softball! RIP bud!
“When the priest told us to recall a favorite memory of Josh I had to bite my lip to keep from a full on cracking up (as I'm sure many of you were) cause all I could picture was seeing just his ankles and shoes sticking straight up out of a bush when we are all camping at Sugar Pine. Funniest dude, ever. Missing the MacJ1
“Remembering Josh..he could throw a baseball with the grace and power of a professional. He was amazing! Can't imagine what you two are going through. My heart goes out to you both.
“You were a great man Josh, Love you brother. Thanks for being a part of my life.
“RIP Josh. Thank you for being a loyal friend. You are already missed.
“Sandy and Jim, my deepest sympathies to you and your family. I will be praying for you and Josh.
“Sandy and Jim, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Know you are surrounded by love and prayers.
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Joshua HagueJuly 4,1978 - January 19,2013Resident of PleasantonJoshua "Josh" Eugene Hague, cherished son of Jim and Sandy Hague, and brother of Justin, passed away on January 19, 2013. Josh was born in Walnut Creek, CA, and attended Contra Costa Christian School. He was active in Boy...Read More