April 25, 1990 ~ November 14, 2020

Born in: Bryan, Texas
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Josh Sledge, 30, of College Station, passed away on Saturday, November 14, 2020, in College Station. Visitation will be 5 pm until 7 pm, Friday, November 20, 2020 and Life Tribute Celebration will begin at 1 pm, Saturday, November 21, 2020, both at First Baptist Church – Bryan. Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.

Josh was born to Dale and Joyce Sledge on April 25, 1990, in Bryan. He completed his high school education through Excel Online Classes. Josh had a deep passion for golf all of his life. Another past-time he enjoyed was grilling, and his family and close friends would refer to him as Master Bar-B-Q Cook. His favorite item to grill was Salmon, which Dahiana loved. He had many hobbies and loves, which included his family especially his nieces and nephews. Furthermore, he delighted in helping family and friends in all of their endeavors. Josh truly gave his best in life and while he was so talented at many things, he remained humble at all times. Josh was quick-witted in recalling lines from movies to add comedic relief to any conversation. While he may have been a man of few words, he would soon engulf you in his larger than life personality, his infectious smile, and his love for Jesus Christ, his Lord and Savior.

He is preceded in death by his Paternal Grandparents, G.H. “Buddy” Sledge, Jr. and Jenniece Sledge and his Maternal Grandparents, J. Mack, Sr. and Iva “Louise” or “Nanny” (as all loved to call her), Swink; uncles, Jerry Swink and George Dayton “Skip” Sledge; and cousin, Christy Dover Termotto.

Josh leaves behind his parents, Dale and Joyce; brother, Dustin and his wife Misty Sledge and their children Brenden, Mia, Ava, Gunner, Archer, and Fischer; sister, Hannah and her husband Cameron Ramirez, and their children Tatum and Teagan; sister, Sarah Sledge and her children Noah and Raelea; and the love of his life, Dahiana Nuñez along with their Pit Bull babies, Nala and Ace.

He also leaves behind aunt Molly and uncle Wayne Dover; aunt, Patty Yeary; u,ncle Mack and aunt, Jill Swink; aunt, Tammy Steward; aunt, Jackie and uncle, Larry Garner; aunt, Lucy Wendt; uncle, Buddy and aunt, Jaynee Sledge; and uncle, D.D. Williamson; cousins, Eric and Susy Garner; Jules Garner and children, Kyle and Kara; Mandy and Cliff Walker and son, Trey; Ryan and Melinda Wendt; Jessica and Stephen Megison and children, Barrett and Beck; Meredith and Bobby Weeks and children, Rachael, Savannah, John, Charlie, and Max; Aaron and Krystal Swink and daughter, Lilia; Preston and Andrew Swink; and Logan and Luke Steward; Mackenzie Scanlin; Madison Scanlin and daughter, Layla; and Mali Termotto.

Condolences may be expressed at CallawayJones.com

Services

Visitation: November 20, 2020 5:00 pm - November 20, 2020 7:00 pm

First Baptist Church - Bryan
3100 Cambridge Dr
Bryan, TX 77802

979-776-1400
http://fbcbryan.org

Funeral Service: November 21, 2020 1:00 pm

First Baptist Church - Bryan
3100 Cambridge Dr
Bryan, TX 77802

979-776-1400
http://fbcbryan.org

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  1. Rest easy, my friend.

    I am eternally grateful our paths crossed in this life and I will carry my memories with you the rest of my days.

    It was an absolute honor to walk through life with you during the times I was privileged to do so.

    Grace and eternal love,

  2. Josh,
    I will always remember the laughter in my house when you showed up! That smile of yours always lighted up any room. Next question was “what are you cooking! LOL
    You will forever live in my heart as one of my kids always! RIP my sweet angel!
    MoMA T

  3. Too many memories with you to name. Your sense of humor, always had me laughing . You were such a funny person and I laughed all the time when we were together. You will be so very missed by so many my dear friend. It was an honor knowing and growing up with you as a friend. Until we meet again bud!

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I went to high school with Dale Sledge. I have very fond memories of the Sledge family. You were our friends and we loved you all so much. I am so very sorry for your loss.

    Jodi (Playter) Mitchell

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