Joshua David Meyer, 40, of Salt Lake City, passed away unexpectedly, on July 27, 2020. Josh was the oldest of three children, born on April 22, 1980, to his parents David & Ronni Meyer. He was raised in Henderson, NV, which he always referred to as his "home". He loved the great outdoors in all seasons. He enjoyed hiking, snowboarding, and camping. Josh particularly enjoyed adventures with his two sons, Blake and Matthew, as well as his dog, Max. Josh loved music, had a great sense of humor, and was a fabulous cook. He would want everyone to remember him for the loving light he shared and only the good times he enjoyed, with so many.
He is survived by his sons, Blake Novak and Matthew Meyer; his mother Ronni (Leo Hernandez) Meyer; Brien Nicholes; Grandmothers Nadyne Meier and Edna Painter; brother Justin (Amber) Meyer; sister Nicole (Nicholas) Higgs; nieces and nephews Adilynn Higgs, Avery Higgs, Marz Meyer, Ayla Higgs and Koda Meyer; many aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family, girlfriend DeAnza Reyes, and countless friends.
He is preceded in death by his dad, David C. Meyer and Grandparents Ronald Painter, Charles Meyer, Ruth Meyer, and Raymond Meier.
Due to COVID restrictions, we will hold a celebration of his life at a later date, which is to be announced. In the interim, please share great memories, post pictures on his Facebook page or share them with his family.
"If I could rule the world, you know I'd love you all. If a smile could save the world, you know I'd heal you all. Burn like a wildfire, lighting up the night sky. Love is not never enough. Maybe in another life, I'll see them on the other side." -Stick Figure (One of his favorite songs.)