Our brother Joshua Jose Miguel Juarez was taken from our side this past Saturday May 4th. Joshua was the baby of the family. He always had a contagious smile on his face and was the life of the party. He was ready to show his dance moves to any type of music that was playing. He was naturally funny and could make anyone laugh without telling a single joke. He stood alone as a Chicago Bulls fan in a house full of Phoenix Suns fans. He was not afraid to be himself and show his genuine care in a world full of ugly. A few years ago, he had finally had enough of seeing a family who was out searching for aluminum cans for the past few weeks by his home. He put on a Santa Claus suit, fed them cookies and juice, gave them some things and felt blessed by blessing someone else. This is the type of person Buzz was. All the neighborhood kids would come up to Joshua (who they knew as Buzz) and be ready to receive a fresh hair cut and help with fixing their bikes. He would give all he could, even if it meant all he had, to anyone who needed it. Joshua leaves behind his 9-year-old son, his remaining brother and sisters, both of his loving parents, his grandmother and all the neighborhood kids he has impacted in his short 29 years. Unfortunately, he was tragically taken from us without any warning and left us unprepared to deal with our loss both emotionally and financially. We would appreciate all and any of your help. All proceeds will be used for a proper burial and funeral expenses. If you have any questions, please send a direct message on Instagram to @indio_issa. If you are not able to donate, please consider saying a prayer for our family and sharing this account on your social media accounts. Once we have figured out the dates for any proceedings, we will update this GoFundMe account. We would appreciate your respect towards our family during this time. We are still taking this news in and would prefer not to be asked questions that would stir up even more pain. We sincerely appreciate your help and thank you from the bottom of our hearts.