Joshua Steven Neff passed away on November 23, 2020. He was 44 years old. Josh was a very caring, humble, and loving man. He enjoyed camping, fishing, and basically anything outdoors. A carpenter by trade, Josh loved working with his hands and was incredibly creative and artistic. He enjoyed drawing, remodeling homes, and helping out his friends and family. Always easy going, Josh never met a dog he wouldn't play with or a person he wouldn't greet with his big smile and goofy infectious laugh. He is survived by his fiance Sarah, daughters Abbie and Lizzie, father Steve and his wife Ann, grandparents Carma and Norman, sisters Amy, Aurora (fiance Ryan), and Alisha (husband Casey), nephews Jaxson and Brady, niece Audra. Josh was very special to his family and friends and he will be dearly missed.

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Nov 27, 2020

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Josh is part of our family. We will miss him and his special smile. Loved sitting around the camp fire after working hard all day. He was an awesome friend. Love you Josh. I know you're all having a celebration in Heaven. Party with your Mom and Lorrin. Give them a hug from me.

Carol Powell , West Valley, UT, US Nov 30, 2020

Josh will definitely be missed by many he was my antique trading buddy. Josh I have the old marbles saved in a safe place. (Wish I could give them to you dang it ) I will always cherish the old bottles that you gave me rip luv ya friend

Teresa , Magna, UT, US Nov 29, 2020

You was such a kind loving man always there to help others whenever possible. You became part of our family over the last 28 years you will be greatly missed my friend. Each time we go to our cabin you will be remembered so many great memories up at at skyline mountian resort. Fly with the angels party with your mom and my dad. Love you my sweet friend

Heather Hendrickson , West Valley City, UT, US Nov 29, 2020

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