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Joshua Wayne Hopkins

15 juillet , 19835 février , 2020

Joshua Wayne Hopkins, 36, of Parkersburg, WV passed away February 5, 2020 at Camden Clark Memorial Hospital. Joshua was born July 15, 1983 in Parkersburg to Rodney and Loretta {Reaser} Hopkins. He was a graduate of Parkersburg High School and worked as a laborer. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time with his family. Joshua will be deeply missed by his parents, Rodney and Loretta, brother, Aaron Hopkins of Parkersburg, WV and sister, Tiffany (Jaime) Maestrey of Martinsburg, WV Per the family’s request, there will be no visitation or services. Online tributes may be made at www.sunsetparkersburg.com.

  • FAMILLE

  • Rodney Hopkins, Father
  • Loretta (Reaser) Hopkins, Mother
  • Aaron Hopkins, Brother
  • Tiffany Maestrey (Jaime Maestrey), Sister

Services

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Robert Sturm

11 février , 2020

Love you buddy!! So sorry mr. and mrs. Hopkins. You as well Aron and Tiffany. My thoughts and prayers are with y’all.

Valerie Jefferson

11 février , 2020

Gone but never forgotten...RIP❤

Krystal Judge

9 février , 2020

Rest in peace Josh u will be forever missed u r loved by so many people and I need u now more than ever peace so me the way I have always loved u and I finally told u this year just wish thing were different I know we we great together we didnt have to pretain to be anyone but our selves and now I'll never know if u were the 1 I was ment to be with I just know I don't have a happy ever after I wish back in the day I never had that code that I live by cause both our life would have been so much different i miss u so much and now I never knew I just wish our time was now but good took u from me and now I'm left to wonder if ill ever be happy again right now all I want in this world is to leave it with u I love u Josh and I know u knew I glad i finally told u even though I with Brian who I love dearly but for some reason we and working out and I can't do this no more it should have been our time but God needed u more I guess and I'll never no y please keep me safe I'm glad I don't have a car cause I'd make sure I left u to make this pain stop I can't handle it anymore

Kathy Jodi & Trip Lamp

7 février , 2020

I will never forget the little boy that would come over to my home with his brother Aaron and his dad Rodney. They would play with my son Trip. The three of them would play cars video games and transformer's for hours. I could never figure out what was happening to my fish that I had till Josh told me the cat was eating them lol. How the boys loved to go fishing with there Dad's. I will never forget Josh showing me his snuff can that he got what was even funnier it was beef jerky. You will be missed Josh. Sending love and prayers to Rodney Loretta Aaron,& Tiffany.