OBITUARY

Josiah Adam Reno

30 July, 198631 August, 2021

Josiah Adam Reno, 35, of New Port Richey, passed away on August 31st in his home in New Port Richey.

Josiah was born in Tampa, FL to Timothy Reno and Denise Hopkinson on July 30th 1986. He went to school in Tampa, FL and graduated from University Technical Institute. He worked as a Flooring Subcontractor for Progressive Flooring, a family business for 17 years.

Josiah is preceded in death by his grandmother Pat Frost and grandfather Tom Reno.

Josiah is survived by his mother Denise Hopkinson (Scott), father Timothy Reno (Donna), grandmother Pat Reno, grandfather Jack Frost, sister Chanele Herrin, sister Stacie Everhart, and brother Michael Hopkinson, and three nieces.

Funeral services will be held 11:00am Saturday, September 18th at Riverhills Church of God in Tampa. Family and friends are invited to a reception that will follow the service.

Flowers may be sent to the church.

There was so much more to Josh, as a son, a brother, a cousin, a nephew, a co-worker, and a friend. Please feel free to leave your favorite memory of Josh or anything you would like to share about him.

Services

  • Service of Remembrance for Josiah (Josh) Reno

    Saturday, 18 September , 2021

Memories

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Stacie Everhart

24 September 2021

Joshy,

You absolutely are the best big brother in the whole wide world. You were my first male best friend. You taught me alllllll the things. But the best thing you taught me was compassion.

Your heart to pick those around you up, even when you were struggling, defined you. I’ve gotten message after message about how you helped someone or came through. I can just smile because that’s who you are.

I promise we will keep you alive in our hearts. I love that the last memory I have of you is working in my yard. You may not have been excited - but you were there.

My heart breaks for the girls because they only had you as their uncle for a short time. I think that was my favorite hat of yours. Uncle Josh. I promise to pass down everything you taught me to them.

I love you my dear brother. Until we meet again. 💚

Cindy Mainellis

17 September 2021

What defined Josh was how he was always willing to help. He was gifted in so many ways and would use those gifts by helping people. He knew my struggles and charged me next to nothing. He laid floors, installed a garbage disposal and at numerous times repaired my car, and on one occasion, came to my rescue at my job to make repairs. That help was a reflection of his heart coming from the heart of God. Thankful God looks at our hearts. He knew Josh longed for His help and God decided to take him from the fight and took him home. I love and will miss Josh…until I see him again! “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, Would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you?” - John 14:1-2

Walter Hernandez

11 September 2021

If you ever met Josh, then you would never forget him. He was an amazing person, weird at times but amazing. He was extraordinary brilliant and talented, stubborn, funny and giving. He was the kind of guy who would give his shirt off his back if you needed it. He new a lot of things but wasn't too proud to ask if he didn't. I always admired his ambition and his will to be a business man even at such a young age. He was never afraid of work or doing something he had no idea how to do. This is a kid who traveled to Japan by himself just because he wanted too. He accomplished so much in the little time he was here. Truly an inspiration to me. He was a great friend and brother in law to me. Im going to miss arguing about which car is better my mustang or his crx ( my mustang, I win 😁) Josh, I never told you this while you were here, and I hope and pray that one day we meet again but till then, I loved you like a brother and I'm going to miss you. I'm sorry that I wasn't there for you more. Please forgive me. Till we meet again.

Audriella Hernandez

10 September 2021

Unvle Joshy was a great uncle and a very loved man. We all miss him very much. I remember some chilli dates me, my mom, my sister and uncle joshy would go on when we were little. They were so much fun. Thank you for keeping the car picture I made you when I was five. I wish you were still here so I could give you a big hug. Sometimes I think this is just a bad dream I will wake up from soon, but then have a realization that it is reality. But we all will still have you in our hearts. We will see you one day in heaven and give you a big hug. Also say hi to Roco for me I never met him, oh and grandma. love,
Audriella💌

Lailynne Hernandez

10 September 2021

Uncle Josh I wish we could spent more time with you, we miss you and we will always love you. We will all see you again one day. And I wish you could still come to are family dinners. We love you and miss you.

Love lailynne ❤

Maureen. E SPADA

4 September 2021

Oh my Joshie , I met you 4 years ago from my neighbor Morgan, we became friends and I loved you like my brother. To many times we talked of your Addiction God how you did try on many occasions. I am Honored to have known you and all those times with my Cancer you helped me out . I know you struggled badly so No More Suffering . I 🙏🙏 you KNOW HOW YOU MADE AN IMPRESSION ON SO MANY PEOPLE . MAY YOU ALWAYS RIP . I Will ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND TREASURE OUR FRIENDSHIP 😥💔

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