Joshua Laurel Dube

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Joshua Laurel Dube of Milbridge, born on 6/19/98 to Jeffrey and Kimberly (Shaw) Dube in Presque Isle, died tragically on 1/4/19.

Joshua was a beautiful young man with an infectious laugh and smile.  He had many hopes and dreams for the future.  He had a passion for animals, loved 4-wheeling with his twin brother, Jake.  Joshua suffered from severe anxiety so he looked forward to just hanging out with his two best friends, Dad and Jake.  He also enjoyed joking around with big brother, Andrew, playing on X-box with him.   But mom was his biggest fan and supporter.  He had so much life to live and was taken too soon.

He is survived by his parents, Jeffery and Kimberly Dube of Milbridge, brothers Andrew and Jacob Dube and fiancee Darian Goston of Milbridge, uncles Jeffrey and wife Cindy Shaw of Arizona, Greg and wife Theresa Shaw of Presque Isle, Mike and Karen Dube from Augusta, aunts Janet and husband Robert Fitzmaurice of Washburn, Michelle and husband Aaron Libby of Caribou, grandmother Loretta Dube of Cherryfield and many cousins that loved him very much, and the two loves of his life, Briana Lunt and dog Milo.

He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents Nana and Papa Shaw, paternal Grampy Dube and Aunt Roberta Dube.

There will be a memorial service for him at the Faith Bible Fellowship Church on the Back Bay Road in Milbridge on 1/19/19 at 1 pm and a small gathering for refreshments afterwards.  Please feel free to share your stories with us.  I want to say thank you to the very special community I live in for being so supportive especially my family at Milbridge Medical Center.

Service: Saturday, January 19, 2019, 1:00 pm, at Faith Bible Fellowship Church, Back Bay Road, Milbridge.


One Response to Joshua Laurel Dube

  1. Diana P. says:

    Words cannot express how very sorry I am for the loss of your dear Joshua. May the hope of everlasting life that Jehovah God gives comfort and strengthen you and your family during this difficult time.
    John 6:40, Psalms 37:29

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