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Josh MT PLEASANT

MT PLEASANT, Josh - It is with profound sadness we announce the unexpected passing of Josh Mt. Pleasant in his 24th year in Oakhurst, CA on May 5th, 2010. Josh will be sadly missed by his parents Arnie Mt. Pleasant and Marlies Maier, Sue and Bill Daniels, siblings Julia Mt. Pleasant (Terry), Cory Mt. Pleasant (Jen), Sarah Daniels (Shane), Allison Hood (Kyle), Jessie Daniels, nieces and nephew Cierra, Hanna, Kaya, Laila and Dakota, and also by grandparents Julia Porter and Natalie Mt. Pleasant. Predeceased by grandfather Ronald Mt. Pleasant. He will also be sadly missed by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Josh was born in Niagara Falls, NY and grew up in Ohsweken, and Brantford ON, graduating from North Park Collegiate before joining the US Military. Josh recently completed specialized training in Aviation Structural Maintenance with the National guard and was looking forward to a tour in Afghanistan in November of this year. Josh had a great passion for music and enjoyed playing his guitar. He loved spending time with his family, especially his beloved nieces and nephews, whom he called his ?babies'. Josh will be forever loved and will always be in our hearts. Services will be held at the STYRES FUNERAL HOME in Ohsweken in Saturday May 15th at 4pm www.rhbanderson.com 11923607
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Posted by Christina and Billy Cowell (School colleague) On Friday, May 14, 2010
We were very sad to hear about Josh. Our thoughts and condolences are with his family and friends during this tragic time. Courage and strength to you all.

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Posted by sean abonyi (teacher) On Friday, May 14, 2010
My first message was deleted. I taught Josh for 2 years. I was deeply saddened to hear of his death this afternoon. Josh had great skills in tech subjects. He also had passion, strong will and as you know was very opinionated! I enjoyed teaching Josh as we sorted each other out (I'm sure it was not the same with his other teachers!) I knew Josh would be successful in his career path. He often commented on my poor taste in shoes (his or mine?)I can see him as a favourite uncle. Mr. A.
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Posted by sean Abonyi (Auto Teacher) On Friday, May 14, 2010
As a father of two young children I cannot imagine your family's lose. Josh stopped by North Park, I believe last year at this time. He shook my hand and said he was leaving to California to join he dad (and a promise of a BMW). I wished him well and asked him to visit if he came to Brantford again. I guess he has. I will visit Josh tomorrow.Sean Abonyi

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