Asadow, Joshua

Joshua Asadow, beloved son of Gail Asadow and Michael Peltier, passed away Wednesday, March 22, 2017 after a long courageous fight with brain cancer. He was born in Farmington on April 18, 1988. He graduated from E. C. Goodwin High School in 2006. Josh was a standout football and baseball player as well as an avid motorcycle enthusiast. He loved showing off his yellow Harley Davidson Road Glide. He was employed by F.J. Chard & Sons up until his illness. He received his p2 plumber license at the age of 21. Through the generosity of Fred, Berle and Jim Chard, his insurance was paid for allowing him to seek treatment at Sloan Memorial Kettering Hospital. A big thank you to Josh’s boss Ron Paul for being an awesome mentor, boss and close friend. Josh was always the life of the party. A prankster, always funny, sometimes reckless, but never failed to put a smile on everyone around him. Joshua is survived by his siblings, Jesse Asadow, Mike Peltier Jr., and Allie Peltier, his grandparents, Pop and Bam Asadow, his aunts and uncles, Jesse and Saki Asadow, Howard and Jennifer Asadow, and James Peltier Sr., and a special family member who took the time to visit and inquire about Josh throughout his illness, Jack Shearer. Joshua started his family life with his fiancée Jen and step son Jared. He worked very hard to buy his first house for them. Even while being sick Joshua pushed himself to renovate the house to make it their home. Together they all lived a happy life. Joshua now leaves behind his fiancée Jennifer Martinez, step son Jared Greenlee and their bulldog Jack Asadow Martinez and her parents Haydee Mauroza and Feliz Martinez. Josh also had a special bond with the Spanish culture. His nickname was gringo loco. He was loved by many, many people. A shout out to all his friends in New Britain, Moonie, Kit, Sherill, Hope, Noyda, the Swim Team, Daya and all the guys he rode bikes with, crazy Feefo and Daze. You all enriched his life.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Tuesday (Mar. 28) from 4:00-8:00pm. A Celebration of his life will be held Sunday (Apr. 2) from 12:00-6:00pm at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 301 New Britain Ave., Unionville. Please mail all donations to Gail Asadow, 50 Northwoods Road, Farmington, CT 06032 with checks made payable to Pediatric Oncology / Neurology Unit at Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital. A very special thank you to two very special doctors, Dr. Kevin De Braganca and Dr. Beatrice Tendler for their care and concern. It made a very difficult time bearable, thank you.

Calling Hours

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 4:00-8:00pm

Funeral Service

Celebration of Life ~ Sunday, April 2, 2017 from 12:00-6:00pm at the Knights of Columbus Hall ~ Unionville

Burial

Memorial Contribution

Gail Asadow, 50 Northwoods Road, Farmington, CT 06032 with checks made payable to Pediatric Oncology / Neurology Unit at Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital

6 Responses to 'Asadow, Joshua'

  1. Derek Chard says:

    To the entire Asadow family,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you through these tough times.

    I only have the best of memories of Josh from times spent together on the football field and off. He will be missed but never forgotten.

    Derek Chard

  2. Patty McLaughlin says:

    To Gail, Mark, Sara and all of Joshua’s family,

    You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this heartbreaking time. May God ease your pain and help to heal your broken hearts. And may happy memories of the good times bring you comfort in the days ahead.

    Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

  3. Janice Poole says:

    Gail and family,

    My heart goes out to all of you. God bless and keep you at this time.

    Janice Poole

  4. Eileen Clyne says:

    Dear Mike and Gail, I did’t have the pleasure of knowing your son, but know it is never easy to lose a child, no matter how old. My prayers are with you.

  5. Beatriz Tendler says:

    Dearest Asadow Family,

    My prayers are with you.

    We had the privilege of knowing Josh. He endured his illness with great courage and grace. Always polite and kind.
    Always thinking about his loved ones.

    A gentle giant, a kind heart, a wonderful Persona.

    My heart is with you, my prayers with you.

    I once heard this said: “It seems impossible but there will be a day when the good memories will put a smile in your heart and no more tears in your eyes”.

    With love,

    Bea.

    (Beatriz Tendler, UCONN)

  6. Debbie Muszynski says:

    Dear Gail and Mike my prayers are with you in the loss of Josh –
    I have a sweet memory of him as a little boy living at Barwood
    Manor he was quite a cutie. May you and your family be blessed
    with peace at this time. Love Debbie Muszynski

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