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Josue David Neely

June 16, 1989 ~ May 10, 2019 (age 29)

Josue David Neely, also known as Josh and lovingly called “Chinito” by his family, was born on June 16, 1989 in the parking lot of Lyndon B. Johnson hospital in Houston, Texas.

Josh was a fun loving soul whom lived in the moment with a surplus of sense of humor and a positive mind set. Some of his greatest attributes were his unconditional love for his parents, daughters, family and friends. His greatest desire was to make those whom he loved smile. There was never a dull moment with Josh, he had a huge heart of gold, he was a giving and selfless person that wouldn't think twice about putting others before himself.  

Josh graduated from Scarbrough High School and went on to earn a degree of Sous chef de Cuisine in the Culinary Institute LeNôtre in 2010. One of his greatest passions was cooking. He enjoyed preparing delicious meals and using his talent of cooking to serve others, as he frequently donated his time and resources to his local Church. Since his elementary school days he had dreams of owning his own cafe; a dream that he achieved in the summer of 2017, by opening his very own eatery+bar. With his amazing charisma and high energy he began his career as a master of ceremony in his teenage years. He flourished and became extremely successful in the industry as many of his peers embraced him as one of the most talented and recognised masters of ceremony in the city. During his time in his beloved Lincoln bar he was awarded the 2018 MC of the year award. Josh was an entrepreneur that was never afraid to pursue his dreams as his motto was, “I don’t think outside the box or inside the box… truth is, I don’t even know where the box is!”

Josh’s favorite pastime was sports. He enjoyed playing, attending and watching every sport. He loved every sport equally and enjoyed rooting for his hometown teams: The Houston Texans, Astros, the Houston Rockets and making his oldest sister happy by rooting for the Honduran soccer team “La H”. Most of all, Josh loved to have fun and laugh without a care in the world. He was a big kid at heart that always made spending time with his family and friends a priority.

Josh was a master at breaking barriers and making friends everywhere he went. He had tremendous love for people. He was an exceptional brother, a devoted friend and a supportive, fun and unconditional uncle. He genuinely cared and showed it in the smallest of details. He inspired you to be genuine, and not to be afraid to step outside your comfort zone and live life to your fullest potential.  

He is survived by his mother, Alba Banegas, who was his first love and forever girlfriend. Clayton Neely, his father and best friend, along with his cousin, Javier Velasquez. His Beautiful daughters, Aniah and Jae’Leigh. His Siblings: Nelly, Fani, Nadia, Carlos A, Alba, Edgar, Carlos R, Daniel, Brigido and Alondra. His nieces: Nicole, Jazmine, Jyrah and Jaylah. His nephews: Jorge Jr, Chris, Jesus, Carlos, Ezekiel and soon to be born baby Cruz.

He will be greatly missed but never forgotten, and his memory will forever live on through all the people he touched with his irreplaceable and bigger than life personality. We love you Josh! You’ve left an enormous hole in our hearts.

 

Josue David Neely, también conocido como Josh y amorosamente llamado "Chinito" por su familia, nació el 16 de junio de 1989 en el estacionamiento del hospital Lyndon B. Johnson en Houston, Texas.

A Josué le gustaba divertirse y vivía su vida en el momento con gran sentido del humor y un carácter positivo. Algunos de sus mayores atributos fue su amor incondicional por sus hijas, padres, familiares y amistades. Su mayor deseo era hacer sonreír a los que él amaba. Junto a él, nunca había un momento aburrido. Josué tenia un corazon de oro, era una persona generosa y desinteresada que no pensaba dos veces en poner las necesidades de los demás antes que a sí mismo.

Josué se graduó de la secundaria Scarbrough y obtuvo un título de Sous chef de Cuisine en el Culinary Institute LeNôtre en 2010. Una de sus grandes pasiones fue la cocina. Josue frecuentemente usaba su talento para dar de su tiempo y recursos a su Iglesia local. Desde sus días de escuela primaria, él soñaba con ser dueño de su propio café; un sueño que logró en el verano de 2017, abriendo su propio restaurante + bar. Con su increíble carisma y gran energía, comenzó su carrera como maestro de ceremonia en su adolescencia. Floreció y se volvió extremadamente exitoso en la industria, ya que muchos de sus compañeros lo reconocieron como uno de los maestros de ceremonia más talentosos y reconocidos de la ciudad. Durante su tiempo en su querido Lincoln bar, recibió el premio 2018 MC del año. Josué era un empresario que nunca tuvo miedo de perseguir sus sueños, su lema era: "No pienso fuera de la caja o dentro de la caja ... ¡la verdad es que ni siquiera sé dónde está la caja!"

El pasatiempo favorito de Josué era el deporte. Disfrutaba jugar, asistir y ver cada deporte. Amaba todos los deportes por igual y disfrutaba apoyar a sus equipos locales: los Houston Texans, Astros y los Houston Rockets, y hacer feliz a su hermana mayor al alentar el equipo de fútbol hondureño "La H". A Josué le encantaba divertirse y reírse sin preocupación alguna. Él era un niño de corazón que siempre hacía prioridad el pasar tiempo con su familia y amigos.  Josué era un experto en romper barreras y hacer amigos en todos los lugares a los que él iba. Tenía un amor tremendo por la gente. El era un amigo devoto, un tío incondicional y un hermano excepcional. El era genuino y lo mostraba en los detalles más pequeños. Él inspiraba esa misma transparencia y no tener miedo de salir de la zona de confort y vivir la vida a su máximo potencial.

Le sobreviven su madre, Alba Banegas, quien fue su primer amor y su novia eterna. Clayton Neely, su padre y mejor amigo.  Su primo, Javier Velásquez. Sus hermosas hijas, Aniah y Jae’Leigh. Sus hermanos, Nelly, Fani, Nadia, Carlos A, Alba, Edgar, Carlos R, Daniel, Brigido y Alondra. Sus sobrinas, Nicole, Jazmine, Jyrah y Jaylah. Sus sobrinos Jorge Jr, Chris, Chungo, Carlos, Ezequiel y el pronto por nacer, el bebé Cruz.

Lo extrañaremos inmensamente pero nunca lo olvidaremos.  Su memoria vivirá para siempre a través de todas las personas que él tocó con su personalidad insustituible y llena de energía. Te amamos Chino, dejaste un inmenso vacío en nuestros corazones.

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