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Joshua Allan Cline

August 31, 1990 — January 27, 2023

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Joshua Allan Cline

Joshua Allan Cline, 32, of Williamsport, MD, passed away at home on Friday, January 27th, 2023. He was born August 31, 1990, in Hagerstown, MD. He was the son of Crissy (Larsen) Cline, and Sean Cline. Josh had an unequivocal way of making anyone in the room feel happy. He also had the ability to make everyone around him laugh and feel comfortable, no matter what the situation. He had the absolute biggest heart and would always go out of his way to do for others and to make everyone feel special. He gave the best and most meaningful hugs. His smile, laughter, and radiant personality was infectious and lit up any room he was in. He was the life of the party He may have been one of the best talkers you had ever met, but he was also the greatest listener. His most admired trait was the way that he deeply loved and cared for all of his family, friends, and the loved of his life, Morgan. Josh’s love was a special kind of love that cannot be easily put into words. He was a constant ray of light. All that knew him, felt it.  Josh was very passionate. Mostly when it came to sports. He made sure you knew that passion! He started playing baseball at the age of 5 and played for Halfway Little League, Pony League, Conococheague Senior League, and Williamsport Legion. He participated in the Legion World Series in Greensboro, NC.   He played as a pitcher for Williamsport High School where he graduated in 2008. He had a talent for remembering details of every important game that he played or watched, even if it were twenty years ago. One of the things he was most proud of, his love of the Pittsburgh Steelers. He loved being a Steelers season ticket holder with his dad and going to as many home games as possible. He often said that those were his favorite memories made, in Pittsburgh, and he cherished those times.  Josh enjoyed all of the little things, and the big things in life. He lived life freely and fully. He loved spending time with his family and close friends, going to any sporting events, traveling (especially to Hawaii), playing Texas Hold ‘Em, and he also loved the eight years that he spent in his early adult life, finding himself in California. He was also an avid movie connoisseur, and chances are, in any conversation you had with him, you would hear at least one movie quote. Not only that but he could tell you who every actor was that played in a movie. His memory was one of a kind.  Josh prided himself in wanting to be as successful as he possibly could and one day an entrepreneur. With his love of people and ability with words, he was naturally gifted at having a career in sales, most recently at Fiserv and loved interacting with the people that he helped each day. He was greatly motivated to achieve any of the goals that he set for himself. During his short time with us, he was the most amazing son, grandson, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin, friend, and soulmate. His soul was incomparable to most and it would be impossible to put into enough words the amount of loss that is felt from losing Josh.  In addition to his parents, Crissy Larsen Cline, Sean Cline (Laura Michael), he is survived by the love of his life, Morgan Koester, his grandparents, Gaga and Pa, Carl and Marcy Cline, his Poppy, Raymond Larsen, sister, Amber Cline (Nick Martin), niece, Felicia Christine Ramirez, soon to be nephew, Maverick Allan Martin, aunts, Missy Cline and Kimberly (Andre) Johnson, Barbara (Jeff) Rippeon, great Aunt and Uncle, Arthur and Orpha Cline, cousins, Toni (Chad) Lewis, Matt (Kim) Metzger, Cody Rippeon, Laura Rippeon, Nicholas Johnson, Justin Johnson, Tammy Cline Whipple, Daryn (Michelle) Cline, Christopher (Shannon) Whipple, and Brandon Whipple, Teagan Cline, Sheridan Cine, and Brendan Cline, nephews Jace and Judson Maloy. He is also survived by a countless amount of additional extended family and friends who loved him like family, from Williamsport, MD to San Diego, CA. The amount of love he has given all these people, will never be forgotten.  He was proceeded in death by his grandmother, Gigi, Patricia Larsen, his great grandmother, Memaw, Catherine Cline, his great grandfather, Pap, Arthur Cline, his great grandmother and grandfather, Nanny and Pop Pop, Burdena and Ted Kerchner. A funeral service will be held on Friday, February 3, 2023 at 11:00 A.M. at Rest Haven Funeral Home, 1601 Pennsylvania Ave., Hagerstown with his friend, Javier Mercado officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Friends will be received at the funeral Home on Thursday from 4-8 P.M. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Nick Adenhart Memorial Fund. Community Foundation of Washington County c/o Nick Adenhart Memorial Fund 37 S Potomac St.  Hagerstown, MD 21740

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