Joshua Adam Sanders-Wooley (1987 - 2014)

Obituary
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Joshua Adam Sanders-Wooley

Nashville, TN

Sunrise, September 16, 1987 - Sunset, February 18, 2014. The daylight of his life was filled with curiosity, creativity, growth, education, friendships, music and laughter. The twilight of his life leaves sparkling memories of the imprint he left on all the lives he inspired, challenged, and changed by the authenticity of his own. On his journey, he embraced each moment, placed value on the trust and belief he had in others along his path, and lived with the innate desire to engage and encourage others into embracing their own individual moments. He leaves this gift of his spirit in the heart of his family and "band of brothers" who he always considered his family.

Josh was a 2006 graduate of Brentwood High School, and obtained his undergraduate degree in Political Science, Sociology and Philosophy from the University of Tennessee, was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, and was currently employed as a Marketing Representative with Service Source.

Those left to cherish his memory are his mother, Shan Sanders-Wooley of Brentwood, TN; father, Rev. Dan Wooley of Fayetteville, AR; sister, Erin Bevis-Carver and her husband Regan, and nieces, Sarah and Rebecca; brother, Joel Bevis and his wife Caitlin, and nephew, Sidney of Chicago, IL; maternal grandparents, William and Peggy Sanders of Atlanta, GA; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wooley of Melbourne, FL; and a circle of friends and influences that profoundly impacted his journey through this life as he did theirs.

A Celebration of Life service will be held on Saturday, the 22nd of February, 2014 at three o'clock in the afternoon at East Brentwood Presbyterian Church, with a time for friends and family to gather in honor of his memory two hours prior to the start of the service.

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Published in The Tennessean on Feb. 21, 2014
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