Joshua Miner was a dear grandson, son, nephew, cousin, bother, and friend to many people. He gave his all to life. Josh gave much care and love, helping others who were around him.
Josh learned to ride last sumer, it was one of the things that he has enjoyed in the last year. When riding he felt his troubles go away, he felt free of all problems and frustrations. He worked hard in school, set goals for himself and worked hard to reach those goals. He played football for Hesperia High School, and for the Wild Cats. He enjoyed going to the beach, skateboarding, playing golf and just having a good time with his "BROTHERS". Josh enjoyed listening to country music and dancing with everyone around him. He has held his head high while looking forward as he was growing into the man he was becoming.
His brother Jason Miner was his best friend and partner in crime, life was a competition for these two. Battling everything out through thick and thin. Josh was the baby of the family. He was so loved by many.
On March 31, 2019 Joshua Miner was riding his motorcycle down Bear Valley, it was early morning as he was passing Amethyst a car pulled out of a shopping center, turning left on a no left turn, came out and hit Josh on his bike. Josh was thrown from the motorcycle and air lifted to Arrowhead Regional Hospital where Josh had passed away and went up to live with our Heavenly Father.
Josh's family works hard everyday, but are struggling to pay the bills and for the funeral that Josh deserves. We are asking for help from our community to help this family bury there youngest child. Any amount that you are willing to give will be appreciated and used to help Josh in his final resting place. All help is welcomed and appreciated no matter how small or large. We would like to Thank you all in advance for your time of reading this and helping this family. If you could please SHARE this post and get it out into the community it will be greatly appreciated.