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Thank you for your service to our community. My thoughts and prayers to the family.
Nestor F. Taboas
Sorry for your loss. My prayers for the Moyers family.
Steven H Wilcox, FL DOC. CO (Ret)
My prayers go to D/S Joshua Moyers families, fiancé, and my brother and sister LEO’s.We live in this sin-sick, evil world; however, we have the hope that Joshua is now with his Lord Jesus. Stay strong in the Lord even though this cowardly act has caused great pain. Matthew 5:4, 9 KJV
Tony and Nina Parise
Tim and Brenda, Our deepest sympathies and Holy Spirit filled prayers that Jesus and Father God will provide your family with His love and abundant blessings to meet all your needs to heal in every area of your lives. Love in Christ Tony and Nina Parise
Our Deepest Sympathy
Darren And Tammy wingate
Tim And Brenda wanted to add on a few things Josh still has that smile from years past just thinking of all the events and plays josh Jordan Priscilla and Darrell was in at church he still looks like little josh those was great memories and he has carried that Christian loving life all these years love you all Darren And Tammy
Darren And Tammy wingate
There is no words for what has happen we want y’all to know we are here for y’all and the family has always been in our hearts we are lifting the family up in prayer our heart is broken God has his hand on the family We love y’all dearly
Brenda, Tim and family - I learned of your terrible loss today and I can't tell you how much my heart aches for you. Joshua is one of God's shining lights in this world and all that he did in his life proves that. Although I never had the privilege of knowing him personally, it is clear that he embodied everything that is good in our world, just as you taught him and I know he walks with our Lord. I am praying that God may hold you close and comfort you as you walk through this difficult time. Love, Karen Clarke
Patsy, Shane and Kevin Page
Brenda, so sorry for your loss. You and your family raised a beautiful and wonderful son. May God continue to bless and keep each of you 🙏🙏
Tim and Benda, God Bless Josh and may he rest in peace in Heaven. Our deepest sympathy from all of your friends at Johnson & Johnson Vision.
While it's sad this man lost his life the way he did every person should be treated with dignity and respect. Not just because there a officer of the law. Every man that leaves there house to provide for there family is a public servant.
Joseph Alan Wertz
Thank YOU for your service, Deputy Moyers! Prayers going UP for family and friends.
Deputy Joshua Joseph Moyers
Deputy Sheriff Joshua Joseph Moyers, 29, passed away Sunday, September 26, 2021 at UF Health in Jacksonville.
Born in Jacksonville, Josh was a son of Tim and Brenda Davis Moyers. His parents brought him home from the hospital to Nassau County and it was his home for all of his years.
Josh was a 2010 graduate of Hilliard Middle-Senior High School. Always one to set goals and pursue them with hard work and discipline, he continued his education at St. Johns River State College where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Safety. He was proud of his career with the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office and eagerly put on his NCSO uniform each day as he served his community.
Josh was a loving and incredible young man with a servant’s heart. The discipline and character that were his trademarks were exampled throughout his life. He always strived for perfection in everything he did. Whether it was his service as a Deputy Sheriff or as a son, brother or fiancé, Josh made his best effort. It is said of Josh he had the ability to “fight the battle of Jericho” because he was so intent and dedicated to his purpose, then “the walls would come tumbling down”.
He was a smart, kind and loving person who always tried to help anytime he could. He could light up a room with is sense of humor. If his family needed something he would make it happen. He enjoyed surprising the ones he loved with gifts and acts of kindness. Josh had the unique quality of being able to make a special occasion even more special by his thoughtfulness and desire to make others happy.
A true “Country Boy” Josh loved the outdoors. He especially loved hunting. His passion was hunting wild hogs with dogs. As in the rest of his life he was even dedicated in the woods.
He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Joseph Lester and Delores Davis and his paternal grandparents, Davie B. and Sally Moyers.
Josh leaves behind his parents, Tim and Brenda Moyers of Hilliard; his brother, Jordan Moyers of Broomfield, CO; his fiancé’, Ivy Carter of Callahan, his Papa Dickie Davis of Hilliard as well as a large extended family of Aunts, Uncles and Cousins.
Services to remember and celebrate his life will be held Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 12:00 PM at First Baptist Church Callahan. The family will receive friends from 10:00 AM until the hour of the service.
He will be laid to rest with full honors at Oakwood Cemetery in Hilliard.