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Tribute from James
Sadly, Josh Boycott is dead. One could say that he “passed away” or that he is “no longer with us” or any other number of gentler euphemisms. But I’ve picked up a bit of advice recently: it’s okay to say that someone died, because they lived. How very true. Josh lived.
I didn’t know Josh well. It’s been a long time since we spoke, and we didn’t speak personally often, aside from Terrouge related things. And that I truly regret. From what I did know of him, Josh was a great person. I remember him ever enthusiastic, cheerful, and more than willing to give someone a chance. He gave me a chance at Terrouge after all, and I’m grateful for that. Otherwise, I would have missed out on a rich opportunity to hone my writing skills, and the chance to work with a great bunch of folks.
Farewell, Josh. We’ll miss you. Rest in peace.