Josh Louder Death – Josh Louder, a longtime resident of Levittown, Pennsylvania has sadly passed away. He died on Wednesday 26th April 2023 leaving loved ones heartbroken. On Thursday, he was announced dead by his father on Facebook in a post that says ” ·It is with great sadness to announce the passing of my older son. I can not express the emotions that I’m feeling right now. We never know how much time we have with our love ones until they depart this earth”.
What happened to Josh Louder?
The details surrounding the actual cause of Josh Louder’s death has not been made known at the time this publication was made. Josh Louder was adored by his family, friends, and neighbors for his upbeat and optimistic attitude as well as his dogged determination. He always made sure to spend the weekends with his loved ones. He had lofty goals for himself and was resolute in his pursuit of them. He takes pleasure in bringing a smile to the faces of others, which he typically achieves. Josh Louder was known for having the kindest disposition, the most attentive ears, the nicest friends, and the biggest heart out of everyone.
Josh Louder was a master listener and had excellent skills. Everyone who encountered him or had any kind of interaction with him was in awe and reverence of him. He was able to have conversations that were open and forthright, and he could make even the most serious person laugh. The warm feelings that individuals have for Josh Louder as a result of the impact he has on their lives is evidence of this.
Josh Louder’s obituary will be released by the family
RELATED ARTLCE – Levittown Man died after car accident in Middletown Township
Early on Wednesday morning, there was a fatal collision involving a single vehicle, according to the police. Levittown It has been reported that the accident, which involved a single vehicle, took place on Bristol-Oxford Valley Road close to Roberts Avenue at approximately 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday. The collision took place next to a substation belonging to the William Penn Fire Company. According to Levittown Now, the road has been closed for a number of hours.
Sergeant Mark McLeod of Middletown Township stated that he did not have any information regarding the driver’s identify at this time and that the Bucks County Coroner’s Office was currently on the scene.
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