Joshua went by a couple of different names depending on how you knew him. To most of his friends he was Josh, or Joshua. To most of his family he was Bo - a nickname given to him by his mom when he was little. Then the last name you might have heard him called was Uncle Bo. The latter was his favorite, and he loved spending time with his nieces and nephew whenever he could. This was probably mostly because Bo was just a big kid himself.
Bo started out life in Ingleside, TX as the youngest of three siblings. When he was 5 years old the family moved to the Houston/Cypress area. This was the first of many moves in Bo’s life and this is where he grew up. After graduating high school, Bo ended up working a job in California. This was a temporary job, but Bo decided to stay when it was finished. He moved around California a little while before finding a job in Hawaii, where he lived for about two years before coming back to Houston. He wouldn’t stay long, though - this time finding work in Colorado. This is where Bo settled. He loved Colorado and if you were to ask him, he would tell you this was his home. He was a wanderer, an adventurer, and a daredevil. He grabbed the world by the tail and never let go.
Bo was never willing to back down from a challenge, and in April 2021 he faced off with his biggest challenge yet – brain cancer. He never once backed down from this challenge suddenly placed before him, or the many that would come as he continued pushing forward through it all. He kept fighting with all he had no matter how many times he got knocked down. He met these challenges head on and fought them as he always has – with a shrug of his shoulders and mighty push back.
Bo was a saved man as he had accepted the salvation of Jesus Christ through His death, burial, and resurrection. He was a talented guy who worked well with is hands and had wonderful artistic abilities. He was a kind person that didn’t know a stranger and was always willing to help anyone who crossed his path. He had a sweet, magnetic spirit and instantly became everyone’s favorite person – two things people never fail to mention. He always wanted people to see the good in themselves and in others, and he was never afraid to say, “I love you,” to someone he loved. Bo was loved by a lot of people and will be missed by many. He touched far more lives than anyone will ever know, and his ripples continue to spread farther than anyone can imagine.
Bo is survived by his parents, Richard Saint and Mary McCrummen Saint of Cypress, TX, his siblings, Eli Addison Saint and his wife, Ashley Elizabeth Saint, of Somerville, TX. Kailey Anden Saint of Cypress, TX, his nieces and nephew, Madalyn, Kaysten, Nichole, Arilyn, Addison, Sarah, and Gracie, and many, many friends.
The family will be at Real Life Ministries Texas from 10 AM - 12 PM in Building 1 on July 31, 2021 if anyone would like to like to pay their respects. This is an informal gathering and you are free to come and go during this time as you please.
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