Joshua Matthew Collins

February 10, 1984October 26, 2013

Joshua Matthew Collins was born on February 10, 1984 in Yuma, AZ and passed away on October 26, 2013 in Yuma, AZ.


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Jason Markins

November 28, 2013

Josh, you were a outstanding father, a great son and an awesome best friend and I will miss you very much. If I could have one more time to spend with you, I would be playing pool with you. I love you man. "Toodles yo" p.s. I still want to meet Axel some day.

Kent O'Jon

November 13, 2013

My sincerest condolences to the Collins family. CPL Collins, Rest in Peace Brother... You served your country well.

SFC Kent O'Jon

Le Ann pixley

November 13, 2013

josh, I will never forget all the good times we had, the way you always made me laugh. You will never be forgotten, but you will be dearly missed.

Ali Clark

November 12, 2013

Josh you were such a good friend and a loving person. You were always there for me and my mom when we needed someone. When noone was there, you were. We laughed together, we cried together. You will never be forgotten. One day i will get to see you again. Love you Josh. >>Rest in paradise<< <3

November 11, 2013

Thank you for your service to our country. My deepest sympathy to your family.


November 11, 2013

Josh, you will be missed. You were such a good friend to me when I needed someone. I will always be greatful for that. You are such a wonderful loving person and you touched many lives, it was a blessing knowing you.

Mary Weathersby

November 11, 2013

Josh you have been a bright spot in my life since I met you. I can't believe that such a wonderful young man has been taken from those of us who love him. You will remain a part of my memory as a son forever more. I will pray for your family that they might find peace.

Darrell Stogryn

November 11, 2013

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Axel Kolody

November 9, 2013

Dear Josh,
I still cannot believe you are gone. I've lost track of the countless great times we had growing up together. I will make sure I tell your son someday how cool we were back in the day and how awesome his father was. When my time comes and we are drinking hearty draughts of beer and Jack Daniels in Valhalla we'll get to hang out again. Until then, I'm going to miss you very much bro. Rest easy my friend.

Axel J. Kolody (Rokunohe-machi – American)

Carlos Pereyra

November 9, 2013

RIP Joshua