At 23 years old, he already seemed to have it all figured out. Josh Hunter’s family was in awe of how he lived.
They try every single day to honour the man he was, and not focus on the day he died.
Josh Hunter, along with four others, lost their lives at an end-of-the-year university party in Calgary’s Brentwood community on April 15, 2014.
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Hunter’s mother, Kelly, is hurt and devastated.
“He should be here. He deserves to be here. My heart is broken.”
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Josh’s younger sister, Michaela, said her family was robbed of so much.
“He was supposed to be there for the rest of my life, and that’s gone now.”
“If everyone lived like he did the world would be a different place.”
The grieving family tries to keep their anger at bay.
“I’m not angry at an individual and that’s tough for me to say,” Josh’s cousin, Shane Love said. “I’m angry it happened. Josh was good, and I’m angry that bad won.”