Joshua Alexander Moore-Hughes
April 5, 1988 – December 1, 2020

Joshua Alexander Moor-Hughes was born April 5, 1988 in Seattle and was called home on December 1, 2020 in Tacoma, Washington.
He sadly leaves behind his parents, his mother Therese and the man who raised him, Marty Bonner. His siblings Michael Moore, Christina Moore-Hughes, Nikki Moore-Hughes and his bonus siblings Christopher Hughes, Jillanna Bonner, Leslie Ferrer and Allen Bonner, as well as his grandparents Teresa Hagan, Bernard & Nedra Moore and Larry Lowe. Uncle Londo Moore. Joshua had numerous nieces and nephews who he would not want anything more but to see them grow and to have a part of their lives, even if it was a distant “Hey Uncle Josh”.
Joshua’s heart was bigger than we all knew. He didn’t like labels and wanted everyone to look passed their exterior appearance and to look inside ones heart. He often would remove the clothes from his body to give to someone in need. When asked why, he replied, “I don’t need it, clothing is superficial and materialistic, and I can get more”.
Joshua had a smile that could light up a room and a laugh that was contagious. He was a lover of music, reading and writing. His goal was to write a book because everyone has a story and he wanted to tell his. He wanted nothing more but to have a large family gathering to show love for one another. I am sure this was not what he had planned. He is in our hearts and will forever be missed.
Fly high Angel…
Services to be held at Scott Funeral Home.

Visitation on Thursday, Dec 10th from 2 – 6pm

Service on Friday, Dec 11th at 2pm services will be live streamed.

  1. Jay and Zedy Ferrer says:

    Condolences on your loss. We know he is home with our savior Jesus and may he comfort you at this time.

  2. Marty Bonner says:

    I love you Josh you could be a little hard headed at times but you always had a warm heart and smile you will be deeply missed my son RIP

  3. Therese Bonner says:

    Rest in peace my beautiful son. You are forever in my heart and I will miss you more than words can say.. I love you

  4. Toni Styles says:

    Nephew, you will forever be missed. God blessed us with your presence, he shared you with us for a while. Your smile will forever be embedded in hearts.
    If tears could build a stairway, and memories could build a lane. I’d walk right up to heaven and bring you home again to my sister.
    Rest easy nephew, until we meet again. Love you J

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