Tributes

Memorial Page Established By-Frank, Silvia and Arturo Jr.
In Honor of Sgt. Joshua W. Soto

You are a true hero! We thank you for your profound Dedication and Service to our Country
and for Freedom. Your legacy is continuing to inspire and foment change. The ultimate
sacrifice you gave will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace, we will truly miss you! Your are
such a great guy always knew how to make us laugh. Mama Silvia and Jr. send lots of kisses
to you in heaven. Words can not express how much you meant to us and life will never be the
same without you. Josh, we will cherish all beautiful memories you left behind each day and
you will forever live in our heart. We love you! Mama Silvia, Frank & Jr.

April 18, 2010
Joanna Soto
Josh we miss u a lot. I see Santiago & Alex and I see you and Shane. You were such a goof
ball. We always had fun when we partied... Thank you for being there for me when Tia
Angelica passed away. I know your in a better place now. Its not goodbye but until we meet
again. I love you Josh. Look out for your brother.
Love U Always,
      Joanna, Santiago and Alex Soto

Nov. 22, 2009
Mama Silvia
Thank you for the time u were with me you made laugh a lot and you gave me a lot of
happiness you are always in my heart i will never forget you josejuan i will never forget you i
love u mama silvia

JR
Josh u will be missed we all love u and miss u may u R.I.P forever

Sept 28, 2009
SPC Jordan Gusky
Josh, You were a great soldier and a great friend. I'll always remember the time you saved the
day in Nasariyah. Thanks, man.

September 03, 2009
patrick Janiszewski

July 25, 2009
Sandy
On June 16, 2009 the world lost a Real Hero but heaven gained a Great Angel.

To those who had the chance to meet SGT. Joshua Soto, you knew how captivating, friendly,
and amazing he was. That is what makes this reality so hard to accept, but we are left with
great memories and thoughts of the amazing life he led. He lived his life for everyone else,
always putting others needs in front of his own. He is what everyone should aspire to be
"Selfless".

Words can not express how much you meant to us and life will never be the same without
you. Your happiness meant more to me than you will ever know. Although our lives branched
out into different paths, know that I never stopped praying for your safe return and hoping for
the day when you would be home for good. The memories of all the great times and laughs
we shared will never be forgotten. Until we meet again.

Your time with your new family was short lived, but knowing you, you lived it to the fullest.
Rest easy Josh they will be taken care of. Shane couldn't be prouder and will look after your
wife and son like his own, Bobby will get through this and Grandma will be okay. Please let
Debbie and Jack guide you, finally you will get to see them again.

~You will always live in our hearts Josh. Remember NO REGRETS. and "It is not goodbye,
but see yah later". We will always love and miss you.~
Sgt. Joshua W. Soto
United States Army
KIA 16 June 2009
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25, of San Angelo, Texas; assigned to the 1st Battalion, 77th Armor Regiment, 4th Brigade
Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, Fort Bliss, Texas; died June 16 in Iraq of wounds
sustained when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle.