Joshua Clay Renfro died suddenly in his home November 21st, 2021 in Lake Dallas, Texas. He was born May 29, 1985 in Lubbock, Texas.
Please join us Friday, December 3rd, 2021 at 1 p.m. at Forest Ridge Funeral Home, 8525 Mid Cities Boulevard, North Richland Hills, Texas, 76182.
Josh was born in Lubbock, Texas to Susan and Bobby Renfro. He moved with his mom to Lewisville, Texas when he was five. After high school he moved to Provo, Utah, where he became fond of hiking and made snowboards, which he was very proud of. Josh came back to Texas where he met his wife, Jessica, in 2006. They married in 2008 and welcomed their first son, Zack, shortly after, which started a family that he lived for and loved beyond measure. He continued living and working in Lewisville until 2015 when he and his growing family moved to Lake Dallas. The following six years were full of love, laughter, music, and the birth of two more sons. Josh’s happiest memories were visiting his grandparents, Sol and Doris Davis, in Brownfield, Texas, where Pa was a father figure to him. The love that was shared between Josh and Pa was immeasurable. His favorite vacations were with his family in Cloudcroft, New Mexico, and camping in the Colorado Rockies. He was a generational fan of the Dallas Cowboys like his parents, and grandparents before him. Josh had a love of nature, animals, and music, both listening to and creating it. His love of music led him to learn guitar and he formed many bands during his years at Lewisville High School and beyond. Including STIGMATIC! Jerky, and "The Ish?". Josh loved storms, not only the awe-inspiring power and beauty they possessed, but the science that creates it. Josh was a people person and loved making people laugh. He was full of love and light, and left a mark wherever he went and with whoever he met. Josh was easily one of the most kind-hearted and gentle human beings you could possibly meet. He was a shining soul in this world. He was effortlessly sweet, good natured, and just an all around great guy. His wife, his boys, his family, and his animals were his whole world. If he wasn’t talking about music, he was gushing about his family. He adored his boys and was quick to fill you in on their many achievements. His wife was his rock. Without her he would have been lost, but together they made an incredibly solid team that was enviable.
Josh was preceded in death by both parents and grandparents.
Josh is survived by his wife, Jessica Renfro of Lake Dallas; sons, Zachery Sol, Andrew Davis, and Jacob Clay; his brother, Jason Renfro; his sister Amy Renfro and sister-in-law, Allison. Josh has five nephews and one niece that his memory will live on through.
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