Joshua Cole Muzny

Joshua Cole Muzny


Joshua Cole Muzny was born on February 13, 1992, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He was welcomed by his parents, Mike and Pam Muzny, and big brother, Zack.  His sweet smile and good-natured personality were welcome additions to his family.

Recently, Josh had been residing and working in San Antonio, Texas, where he was foreman for a construction company.   As a young boy, and into his high school days, Josh loved sports, baseball being his favorite.  He threw frisbees with friends, and played video games daily.  His greatest love was music, of all kinds, and live concerts were the best!

Josh appreciated the wonders of nature. He saw God’s hands in everything, from majestic mountains to ocean waves, and yes, even thunderstorms – he loved them! His love of animals was apparent from the ones he rescued, from time to time.  Josh loved a good home-cooked meal, and looked forward to family gatherings.

Sadly, on April 25, 2019, despite all his positive attributes, Josh’s life on earth ended, and his heavenly life began. Josh loved and gave to others, but failed to realize his own worth and find peace within.  Even with his otherwise bright and sunny disposition, Josh struggled through some dark days, until one day, he had struggled enough.

We know and believe that, through the mercy and love of God and His Son, Jesus Christ, Josh’s dark days are over, and he now basks in the light of peace and love.

Josh will be forever missed by all who knew and loved him.

Visitation will be held Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, May 2, 2019 at First Christian Church in Edmond, OK.

4 thoughts on “Joshua Cole Muzny”

  1. Delauna Fletcher

    My heart goes out to all of you. Praying for your strength. He will be missed.
    Love you, Delauna

  2. The Price's

    We have wonderful memories of Josh that we will cherish forever. Josh had a way of making you smile or laugh whenever you saw him. When I think back of the times spent together, whether it was baseball or the houseboat trip, I laugh at the different interactions with Josh. He could light up the room! Josh will be greatly missed.
    May the good Lord wrap His arms around Josh’s family and provide peace and comfort. Until we meet again…..

  3. This is Dr. Craig Evans speaking to the Muzny’s for my sadness over your tragic loss! Words can’t express your own hurt nor can I or others form words that are adequate. But, prayers and heartfelt love for you offered to The Father, Son and Holy Spirit will tide you thru as nothing else can. I offer that as, I’m sure many others do also.

  4. Karla Qualls

    I didn’t see this at the time of Josh’s funeral. I cried as I was reading it! I loved Josh like my family. We were in Van’s House at the same time and worked together at Lowe’s in Enid. We went on breaks and lunches together a lot. He was larger than life and I still miss him. It still hurts when I think about him. He could brighten everyone’s day through his smile and his presence alone! He was so charming and beautiful inside and out! My heart goes out to his family.
    “I love you Josh and I will see you on the other side!”……Karla Qualls

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