The community is rallying behind the family of 17-year-old Joshua Agostino, who passed away from injuries sustained in an automobile accident last weekend.
Josh attended Page High School where he was a member of the FFA. He loved the outdoors and the land of Williamson County and was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was known for being a hard worker and worked on several local farms as well as Discount Tire in Franklin. He loved working on his truck and helping others with their vehicles, states his obituary.
A GoFundMe has been created by Cayde Wiley to help the family with expenses with a goal of $10,000. To date, the amount raised is $12,130. For those interested in donating, visit the page here.
Page High School Principal Dr. Shane Pantall released the following statement:
“The Page High family mourns the loss of Joshua Agostino. Josh’s character, commitment to hard work, and loyalty to his friends are characteristics that stand out the most. His kind demeanor and trademark grin will be missed, especially by his peers in FFA. Though we will honor his memory, Josh’s absence in our school will be felt by so many of us.”
The PHS2020 Twitter page shared, “We lost one of our own last night, prayers for the family and friends. We will always remember him. Fly high Joshua.”
We lost one of our own last night, prayers for family and friends. We will always remember him. Fly High Joshua💙 Please donate, anything helps. https://t.co/W2CW8TgoHN
— PHS Class of ‘20 (@pagehigh2020) May 18, 2019