OBITUARY

Joshua Ray Killough

November 23, 1976April 26, 2021
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Joshua Ray Killough, 44, of Conway died April 26, 2021. Born November 23, 1976 in Little Rock to parents, Kevin and Debra Wilson Killough.

Josh was preceded in death by a son, Tanner Ray Killough; a brother Clayton Andrew Killough; and his step-father, Gary Sirk. Josh is survived by his wife, Raven Morgan Killough; sons, Andrew Clayton Killough and Alex Colby Morgan, mother, Debra Sirk; father, Kevin Ray Killough; and a host of family and friends. Josh is also survived by his best buddy, his Dachshund, Rudy, who will miss him dearly. Rudy was a birthday gift to Josh from Raven and the boys and from day 1, Rudy has been a daddy’s boy.

Josh was always quick to help others and was an extremely supportive person. Some of his most important moments in life were supporting his sons in each of their journeys. Josh was a proud, involved parent. He even coached Tanner, Drew and Alex in baseball. Josh attended every baseball game he could and always included his sons in adventures, such as fishing and hunting.

Josh loved the outdoors. He was a serious duck and deer hunter, who also loved fishing and camping. He loved spending weekends on his land at the Piney. Josh loved to be outside in general, even doing yard work and working in the garden.

Josh was, also, a respected, loyal and dedicated employee at Nabholz Construction for twenty-four (24) years, where he ended his career as a superintendent. Josh was exceptionally good at his job because it was his passion. Even when he was not working, he was at home building, or working on a project. In recent years, Josh has built a deck, custom birdhouses, and even redid a Volkswagen Beetle.

A private memorial is being held in his honor. To sign the online guestbook, click “Add A Memory” at: www.griffinleggettconway.com

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Kadillak Williams

May 2, 2021

Josh and I had a strange but loving relationship where we could always pick on each other without being angry afterwards as we usually laughed it off. We would help each other or others when ever possible and we wouldn't ever let me walk home from town or when he saw me walking without offering a ride. He was super proud when Tanner was born as his face lit up more than usual after Tanner's birth. We lost touch with each other through the years following as I had moved my family to NWA (Northwest Arkansas) but occasionally I'd reach out for his birthday whenever I remembered. Josh will be solely missed but not forgotten, especially with the everlasting memories he planted in our hearts.

Amanda Austin Henderson

May 2, 2021

I'm so sad that he's gone. I had a big crush on him in middle school. He was always a really nice guy. He will be missed.

Rusty Page

April 30, 2021

JoshBob you will be sorely missed my brother. There are so many great memories to even get started. As a family we have been through so many highs and so many lows ( losses of loved ones). But most of all I will miss your big smile, your laughter, you greeting me with what’s up shorty. Love you bro and we will get together at the right hand side of God and fish in the greatest lake of all time with the Lord almighty. Til we meet again Little Brother

Leslie Haggins

April 30, 2021

Raven and Drew, we are so heartbroken for y'all. We made so many great memories with Josh. I don't think I ever saw him with out that big grin on his face. Really he just laughed at us most of the time anyway. It was always a good time when he was around. Thank you for sharing him with us for all the trips and travel ball memories. We love you both so very much. All our prayers.
Love - TC and Leslie Haggins
Brooke, Tyler, Alyssa
And Alice Mezza (Oma).

Christi Fisher

April 29, 2021

Drew, We send you our deepest sympathies, prayers and hugs. We will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. ~Christi & Hannah Fisher

David and Tammy Jackson

April 29, 2021

Raven and Debbie:
I can’t express how much David and I loved Josh. We thought of him as a son, he was an amazing friend, and exceptional person and had the biggest smile. Memories of Josh will always be with us. Our deepest condolences for your loss.
Love,
David and Tammy Jackson

Stacy Wilkerson (Brown)

April 29, 2021

I met Josh when our boys, Dylan and Drew starting playing baseball together on the Travelers. He was a compassionate person and supported all of the boys like they were his own and was so proud of all of them. He will be truly missed. Prayers for you all and Drew call either Dylan or myself if you need anything at all! Love ya kid!

Stephanie Pearson

April 29, 2021

Sending love to you and your family.

Mike Mobbs

April 28, 2021

Debbie so sorry about Josh. My son lives right next to Josh and his family on Arnett. I got to meet him a few time whole visiting my son. Prayers for God's hand of comfort.

Quincy Jackson

April 28, 2021

So many memories of you and Raven. My heart breaks for you and the boys. May God grant peace beyond understanding is my prayer. God bless!!!!

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