Pfc. Ron J. Joshua Jr.

United States Army
KIA 17 Jul 2007
19, of Austin, Texas; assigned to 401st Military Police Company, 92nd Military Police Battalion, 89th
Military Police Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas; died July 17 in Baghdad of wounds sustained when an
improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle. Also killed was Pfc. Brandon K. Bobb.

This Memorial Page Established by-jennifer drew
In Honor Of pfc. ron joseph joshua jr.
we miss you and love you ron..i feel your spirit...i
know you know...keep watching over us..see you soon..

May 31, 2011
Ms. Crane & Mrs. Martin's 4th Grade Class
My fourth grade class learned about Pfc. Joshua.  I am typing this in memory of him. I
learned all about him, and I wanted everyone to know that I will remember him and the
sacrifice he made for our country.

Ms. Crane &  Mrs. Martin's 4th Grade Class
My name is Emily.  I am a fourth grader in Frisco, Texas.  I learned about Pfc. Joshua today
in school.  I will never forget him.  I am thankful for his service.

May 29, 2008
Dawn Drew
In Honor Of PFC. Ron J. Joshua Jr.

Since the moment I saw u, your eyes so big and brown, I knew that one
day you would grow up and make me so very proud.
I watched as u grew older and I watched you as a man. I watched as u
prepared to leave to defend this great land.
Ron u make me proud just to say your name. I want all the world to know
about the man that u became.
U always were a soldier, defending those u love. Yet now u are
defending us in the heavens above.
I smile when I imagine your face, your silly ways, u truly were the
best. And now I cry imagining that we put u to rest.
U will never be forgotten, I will make sure all remember that the Ron
Joshua Jr. I knew was an American Defender.
I salute u today and always tomorrow not with sorrow but with PRIDE.
And oneday I will be joining u and standing by your side.

Your Aunt Dawn

For all of you reading this, I want to thank you for wanting to know
about a great man, a great young man who stood the greatest test this
nation could ever give. The test to stand tall, and brave and to fight for
our freedoms that we sometimes forget that we alone share amongst each
other. His name is Ron Joseph Joshua Jr. He was only 19 years old and
had not been in this military even one year. He died before his one
year graduation anniversary and he never had the chance to marry or bare
his own children. He was a soldier, yet still a kid at heart. He loved
football and being silly. He was shy yet loved to be around the action.
He loved music and dressed to impress always. His shoes never had a
speck of dirt on them and his hair was always cut to perfection. He had
the most beautiful smile and the biggest heart for all he loved. He didn't
say much but when he did, you knew he meant it. He was my nephew, my
soldier and now MY HERO. I thank him for his sacrifice so that me
and my children can live in this great nation safe. God Bless America,
and God rest the soul of this great man. I love you Ron!
Sign Guestbook
Ron leaving for Iraq
My Birthday
Ron and Daniella
Ron Wall pic