Cpl. Joshua Jacob Kynoch
  • 23 years old
  • Date of birth: Aug 24, 1982
  • Date of passing: Oct 1, 2005
Let the memory of Cpl. Joshua be with us forever

KYNOCH, Joshua Jacob Born in Santa Rosa, CA on August 16, 1982, died while serving his country in Bayji, Iraq on October 1, 2005. Josh graduated from Casa Grande High School in 2000 where he was a championship wrestler, placing 2nd in Sonoma County for the 180 lb. weight class coached by Lee Nobmann whom he adored. Josh was also in Tom Furrer's class and enjoyed the yearly "bear hunt". Josh lived in Sonoma County all his life until joining theArmy. Josh joined the Army in 2002 and helped to lead the charge into Baghdad, Iraq March 19, 2003 with the 3rd ID Infantry B2-7 out of Fort Stewart, GA. Josh married Sarah Hunnewell in July 2004 in Georgia. Josh was the loving husband of Sarah Kynoch; loving father of 6 month old Savannah; loving son of Paul and Linda Kynoch; loving brother of Matthew, Michelle and Amy Kynoch; grandson of Harry Forthuber Sr.; loving uncle of Kobe Kynoch. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and the extended family of Rob DiPietro. Our thanks and appreciation to ALL fellow soldiers from Fort Stewart, GA and fellows still serving in B2-7 FOB Summerall, Iraq. A special "Shout Out" to cousin Ryan Petersen.


He loved to draw, was very funny, loved movies and doing funny voices
and scenes from movies he loved. One of his favorite movie was history
of the world part 2. And all the Austin powers movies. He was a great
brother to his two sisters and older brother. And a great son. He
played lots of sports if was in wrestling in high school. Loved
driving fast in his yellow dodge Srt-4. Was very dedicated and
punctual with his job in the army . Was happy to have a new wife and
brand new baby girl that he was lucky to come home Snd bd there for
her birth.


All Medals Received
Purple Heart bronze star


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