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Joshua Highness
1991 - 2012
Our beloved son, Joshua went to be with the Lord on Sunday. He is survived by his parents, Rick and Susan Highness of Napa; Linda Highness of Vacaville; siblings, Marisa Snyder (Adam) of San Francisco, Tanner Bushby (Leah), of Napa; nephews, Cole Dean Snyder and Brayden Christian Bushby; grandmother, Char Highness and Marv Highness (deceased) of North Dakota, and Carol and Bill Lewis of Minnesota. He is also survived by the love of his life, Emily Lebrocquy and his childhood friend and chosen brother, Cody McCants, along with several cousins, aunts and uncles.
Josh graduated from New Tech High School, attended Napa Valley Junior College, majoring in Nursing. He currently was a Junior at Pacific Union College and was majoring in Business. He was an avid bike rider and rode in the Cycle for Sight, and the 100 mile Tour de Cure. He currently worked at the Hub and also pedicabbed in downtown Napa on the weekends.
Josh had many passions including coffee, photography and writing. He recently won an award from the Napa Valley College for his re-use business plan for the Copia Inititive to turn Copia into a museum dedicated to winemaking, and art gallery a culinary showcase for CIA students and a night club.
Josh lived and loved life. His strength and determination were only equal to his love and dedication. Josh was adventurous, fearless, courageous and very hardworking. Whatever he set his mind on he accomplished. He had the heart of a lion, and the soul of a champion. He was so witty that he made everyone laugh with his sense of humor and the unique way he looked at things.
We know he is in a place of eternal joy with the Lord and one day we will be able to see him again in heaven and what a joy that will be! Until that day, we will be homesick for the sound of his voice, his huge toothy grin and the way he would come bouncing in like Tigger to tell us of some great discovery. He will live on in our hearts, and our memories. He will be forever missed by his family and friends and will leave a huge hole in our hearts forever. If you wish to donate in his memory, please consider a donation to the Napa County Bicycle Coalition at http://www.napabike.org.
Services will be this Saturday, July 14, at 11 a.m., at The Fathers House, 2557 Napa Valley Corporate Drive, Napa, CA. Memories and words of sympathy may be sent to the family on-line at www.tulocaycemetery.org.
Published in The Reporter on July 13, 2012
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