Joshua Phillip Obituary, Death – Joshua Phillip has been murdered; his life has been taken. In addition to his mother, Josh is survived by his loving wife of six years, Debbie Lynn Hall Conley; his children, Jarrod Conley and Evan Conley, both of Olive Hill, and Sophia Grace Conley, Gavyn Morrison, and Devyn Morrison, all of Grayson; a granddaughter, Victoria Rose Stilton; a sister, Carrie (Haley Wallace) Gross of Clarksville, Tennessee; a brother, Noah Keyes of Seminole, Florida; maternal grandmother Josh His mother, Carol Jo (Phillip) Keyes, hails from Seminole, Florida, and his father, Dwight Douglas Conley, passed away before. Joe Lowe, Josh’s paternal grandfather, passed away before him.
Josh always enjoyed being outdoors. He loved playing softball, being with his kids, and coaching soccer for several years in Cleveland. Josh liked working on stereo systems and listening to music. Going to the lake with his friends and family was always memorable. Josh’s kids and family were always the light of his life, spending every moment possible with them. Josh always had OCD regarding his white Nike shoes and always dressed to impress. He always looked forward to and loved going to his mom’s for her food. Saturdays were always devoted to cooking breakfast for his kids. Josh was always quick-witted and always brightened up a room with his smile. He was always willing to lend a hand or money to anyone in need to help them out of a jam.
He was Josh’s second grandfather to pass away after his father. Josh’s most recent place of employment was at Special Metals, but he has also had experience at Kentucky Electric Steel. Josh attended the Three Pine Freewill Baptist Church, which he was a member of. Josh was a devoted follower of both the University of Kentucky Basketball and the Cincinnati Bengals. Fishing and gun collection were two of Josh’s favorite hobbies. Josh had a big heart, a generous spirit, and a personality that was infectious, and he was known for all three.