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copy-Screen-Shot-2012-12-30-at-10.23.06-AM-e1356881459750.pngJoshua David Link was a remarkable son, brother, grandson, nephew and friend. He was 29 years old when he tragically passed away on August 24, 2009. For those who knew and love Josh, life would never be the same. Josh was an amazing, talented DJ. He loved music and getting people to dance and have a good time. He played at some of the hottest clubs in NYC and his career was taking off. In addition to the music he played, Josh is remembered for his caring and kind spirit, his sense of humor, his love of life and his ability to see the best in people.

In 2009, Josh’s parents and sister started The Josh Link Foundation, a donor advised fund with the Community Foundation of New Jersey, as a way to support programs that will continue to carry on Josh’s legacy through helping others, promoting creativity and reflecting his passion for music.

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  1. Lynne Iankelevich

    Sara, Linda and Ronnie..
    A wonderful tribute and accomplishment. With every passing day, holiday, milestone, Josh remains with us.
    Much love,
    Lynne and Mario

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  2. Gil Miller

    I love the idea and fact of the foundation, connecting the memory of Josh to worthy causes in a way he would have approved. And I love the description of him. It captures his essence and vitality.

    Reply

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