Joshua Sean Weber

Angels Info

Name: Joshua Sean WEBER
Age:  24
Location:  Salem, Oregon
DOD:  July 8th, 2017


Angels Bio:

He was 24 years old. He loved the outdoors, especially the Oregon wilderness. We loved all the beautiful scenes of “his Oregon”on Facebook. He was an excellent cook and enjoyed  cooking for his family and friends.  The love of his life was Katelynn Lindsey. She and Josh have been through many tough times and many many wonderful times. We ask prayers for Katelynn. She is a very special young lady and Josh was so lucky to find her. 
Another love of his was his guitar. I swear it was always with him. I am going to miss his singing and playing so very very much. He was very close to Grandma. He just had gotten the family recipe for dumplings from her and they looked yummy. He loved his Grandma. 
In his younger years he loved hunting with his friends in Indiana. There were always a group of kids at our house hanging out in the back yard by the barn with Joshie. He loved spending time with his grandpa and got his love for hunting from him. He was an avid animal lover and has loved many pets of all kinds in his short life. Josh fought addiction and was finally clean for more than a year. He was very proud of his accomplishment as were all those who loved and supported him through his fight. Josh died after taking a pain pill that was laced with fentanyl. He wasn’t trying to get high, he was trying to cut the pain he had been having. It was a horrible decision and he paid with his life. We hope no one else makes this terrible terrible decision .  This lacing pills with fentanyl is new and taking many lives. 
Josh we love you and we’re so glad you came to visit with us in June. I hadn’t seen Josh look so healthy and be so happy since Jr High. I got to see the Josh I knew before heroin and I cherish that time. I thank God for every second you lived and I pray for peace.
Josh has two sisters Mellisa and Jordan and two brothers, Sam and Greg. His father and I and all the Webers wish to thank everyone for all the love, support,and prayers. I just ask for continued prayers. We are going to need it.”

Written by Beth Weber-Mother

Arrangements under the direction of Howell-Edwards-Doerksen with Rigdon-Ransom Funeral Directors, Salem, Oregon.