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Joshua & Jeremy A. Page

March 7, 2022


Joshua Arthur Page was born June 16, 2003 to John and Shaya Page at Fountain Valley Hospital. He attended Saint Bonaventure and St Simon and Jude for his elementary school years.  Isaac L Sowers for middle school. He was an altar boy at St Vincent de Paul.  All three boys, Josh, Jeremy, and Jovanni served together, and the priest used to call them the 3 Magi.  He started as a Cub Scout in first grade, to his Boy Scout years where he was voted into position of Senior Patrol Leader, he finished his Eagle Scout project for Golden View Elementary School.  His project was an outdoor lounge for the teachers for a place to sit outside during Covid teaching.  Josh was a giant teddy bear, he stood 6’1 and weighed 270. Being a senior, he spent four years on Edison High School Varsity Football Team. Freshman year achieving the award of defensive lineman of the year. Josh spent two years with the Edison’s wrestling team where he gathered many different titles as well. After high school Josh had his mind determined on joining the United States Navy with a few friends wanting to serve our country. If you got the privilege to meet Josh Page, you got the privilege to meet a kind soul with a brave heart and one of the best smiles around.


 Jeremy Art Page was born October 6, 2004, at Orange Coast Memorial, he came soon after his brother Joshua, making them Irish twins.  Most of who knew Jeremy would describe him as reserved and focused.  Like his big brother he attended St Simon and Jude, Isaac L Sowers, he was an altar boy at St Vincent de Paul and a Cub Scout turned Boy Scout.  Jeremy was on his way to becoming an Eagle Scout working making cubbies for the Edison football team weight room.  His project is going to be finished by his big brother, Jovanni, and his cousins, to fulfill his commitment.  He could be found listening to music and was looking forward to going to his first concert to hear Imagine Dragons with his brother Joshua.  Jeremy followed both of his big brothers and played football on the Edison High School team.  He was on the track team and recently got into pole vaulting because he wanted to do something that would challenge him.  When he told Jovanni and Josh he was going to do pole vaulting they told him he was too heavy, he showed them differently by making it to 8 feet at his first meet. He did archery and took after his father riding bikes.  Jeremy loved animals, and one day wanted to be a marine biologist. He was the kindest of all three Page boys.


Both of these young men are leaving an unfillable hole in the hearts of their beloved parents, big brother, grandparents and Nina as well as their community.  To know them was not only to love them but be inspired to be better.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to:

Edison Football -

Boy Scout Troop 558 -


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