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Joshua Martin Libby

Oct 05, 1987 - Jun 12, 2021

Joshua Martin Libby

October 05, 1987 - June 12, 2021

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Joshua Martin Libby, 33, went home to his Lord on June 12, 2021. Born in Gainesville, FL on Oct 5, 1987 and raised in Ocala, FL by Cynthia Libby, he now joins her again in Heaven. He's survived by his wife, Jordon Libby, and their beautiful children; sons: Justin, Jacob, Jusia, and daughter Jasmine. He also left behind his best friend Brad's daughter, Rihanna, whom he helped fill a hole in the heart of when her father passed. Left behind are also his brothers James Lee Givens and Joey Libby, sister Ashley Stevens, an Aunt and two Uncles, 12 cousins, 20 nieces and nephews, 1 great-niece, and so many friends. Josh was a family man who always dreamed of having a football team as a family. He was a Diesel mechanic and his hobbies included frogging, fishing, making homemade candles, Boy Scouts with the kids, camping and so much more. Most of all, his love for Jordon was like no other. His vow he kept: to love and cherish her at good times and bad until death do them part. Along with his mother, he is preceded in death by his father, Joe M. Libby and brother, Justin Clay Givens. He is at peace now, being embraced by them again at Heaven's gate.

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