While riding his motorcycle home on the evening of the 21st of July, Josh was involved in an automobile accident that ended his life at the age of 28. Josh was loved by all and will never be forgotten. As Tina said, “Josh is not a memory, but a piece of me.”
Josh loved to play, and play hard he did. Josh was part of a football league, as well as a kickball league, leaving many friends behind. Never did Josh say “no” to an event that was fun or surrounded him with people he loved. Josh never had a bad thing to say about anybody, his positive energy and his smile could light up a room. He loved happiness and to be a part of it and make everyone around him happy.
Josh leaves behind both parents, Sandy Morgensen and Daryl Morgensen, two brothers Mike and Chad Morgensen, sister Angie Froedin-Morgensen (Emma Froedin), two nephews and countless close friends and loved ones.
The family will be holding a celebration of life in Clayton, California, where Josh spent the last 10 years working alongside his brothers, on August 25, 2019. There will also be one held in Chimacum, Washington, on October 26, 2019.