Josh Faglier Obituary, Josh Faglier of Evans Georgia, has Died – Death

Josh Faglier Obituary – On Thursday, February 9, 2023, Mr. Joshua Cole Faglier, the cherished husband of Stephanie Turner Faglier, went to live with his Savior at his heavenly residence in heaven. Funeral services will be place at West Acres Baptist Church on Monday, February 13, 2023, at 2:00 PM, with Pastor Larry Harmon officiating. Two hours before to the start of the ceremony, the family will have a reception for friends at the church.

After the funeral, the burial will take place at the Bellevue Memorial Gardens. Josh was a devoted father and husband. He was an outstanding parent to his children Kelly and Gage, and he was completely committed to his wife Stephanie. He was a treasured member of the family in the roles of son, brother, uncle, and friend. Josh’s ideal setting was always the great outdoors.

He was an accomplished angler, skied all over Clarks Hill, drove a Valkyrie motorbike, barbecued for his family and friends, and was a huge fan of the Georgia Bulldogs. Josh was a great employee at ACI Controls, which was formerly known as Airgas, for nearly 17 years. Josh received his high school diploma from Evans High School. In addition to his wife, Stephanie, he is survived by his children, Kelly Faglier and Gage Faglier, his parents, Tracy and Bonnie Faglier, a sister, Mandi Heath and her husband, Josh, his grandfather, Mack Chavous, his father and mother in law, Cynthia and Terry Turner, a brother and sister in law, Cameron Tuner and wife Melinda, and Christy Gurnari and her husband, Gerard.

Also surviving are his parents in law, Cynthia and Terry In addition to this, he is survived by his devoted lab, Rex, as well as his nieces Carson and Kendall. His maternal grandparents, Virginia and Earl Faglier, and his paternal grandparents, Samuel and Willie Mae Eaton, as well as his uncle Danny Faglier, all passed away before he did. Cameron Turner, Gerard Gurnari, Craig Pardue, Matt Choat, Blake Parrish, and Josh Heath will serve as pallbearers at the funeral service.