Joshua Michael Walsh, age 24

of Norwood, formerly of Quincy

Joshua Michael Walsh, age 24

Joshua Michael Walsh, age 24, of Norwood, formerly of Quincy, died peacefully, after his long battle with mental health and addiction, Thursday, October 22, 2020. He was at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, surrounded by his loving family.

Joshua was born in Boston, raised in Quincy and Norwood. He was a graduate of Quincy High School, Class of 2014. He had lived in Norwood and Quincy for all his life.

Joshua was employed as an anesthesia technician at Tufts Medical Center and had formerly worked at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and South Boston Community Health Center. Prior to that, he was employed as an emergency medical technician with Fallon Ambulance Service.

Joshua was a certified lifeguard and certified scuba diver, a lover of nature.

Beloved son of Michelle C. Labadie and her fiancé Scott A. Conant of Whitman, Eric S. Walsh and his wife Marilyn Madden Walsh of Norwood.

Devoted brother of Gabrielle L. Costantino, Nicolas L. Costantino, Mathieu G. Walsh, Andrew L. Walsh, and Jackson S. Conant.

Loving grandson of Christine McSweeney and Renée Simard.

Dear nephew of Stephanie Walsh, James and Cathy Madden, Daniel McSweeney, Christopher McSweeney, and Matthew McSweeney.

Joshua is also survived by many cousins and loyal friends.

He was preceded in death by Michael Madden 2020, Raymond Walsh 2019, James Labadie 2018, and Helen (auntie) Madden 2009.

Visiting hours will be held at the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy, on Wednesday, October 28, from 4 – 6 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Funeral Services will be conducted at Bethany Congregational Church, 18 Spear Street, Quincy, on Thursday, October 29, at 12 p.m. Services are operating in accordance with current guidelines.

For those who wish, donations in Joshua’s memory may be made to McLean Hospital, Development Office, 115 Mill Street, Mail Stop 126, Belmont, MA 02478-9106 or call 617-855-3415.

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  • Rest In Peace young man. Fly with the Angels

  • Dear Eric, Marilyn and Family. My heart just broken for what you are going through. I am just so sorry for your loss. I only met him a couple of times I know how devoted you are to you children and just can’t image what you are going through. I will be thinking of you on Wednesday and Thursday. My prayers will be with you. If I can do anything please let me know. AnnE Booth.

  • Rest in the sweetest peace Josh. I never thought I would have to be saying goodbye to you. I have so much love for you. Rest in the sweetest of peace and you will be missed. You and your family have all my love and prayers.

  • Very sorry for your loss..Sincerest condolences from the Trahon family..RIP Josh🙏

  • Rest in peace

  • Dear Marilyn and Eric, I’m so sorry for your loss. Thank you for naming mental illness and addiction, because we need to remove their stigma. Clearly Josh was loved and loving. May you find comfort as you mourn, and know that you too are much loved. Best, Toni Kim

  • One of the few people on this earth I could truly call a best friend Josh Walsh has sadly succumbed to his illness after some time in the hospital. Josh was an amazing person and had the potential to lead an amazing life. It’s sad to see how cruel this world can be to someone. It’s especially cruel to see how other human beings can treat each other… so poorly. It makes my heart hurt. If anybody can help in any way, big or small, you’d be doing a huge service for Josh & his family. I have a lot to say but I will keep it short. If you contribute Thank you. And Josh Walsh I love you buddy. You know I’ve never judged you, and vice versa, that’s what made us the great friends we were. On top of that not many people on this Earth truly have any empathy, compassion, & genuine kindness in their hearts. It’s something I’m noticing more & more as I get older. The world is cold… and all I want for anybody and everybody is for them to find happiness & love. I wish everybody felt the same way as me but that’s not life… I guess this is…. long after all the childish high school games were over. I’ll never forget the memories we made… never. Damn. This one hurts buddy. It hurts to much. I just hope you’ve found peace. I love you brother.

  • Thinking of Jax and his family during this difficult time.

  • Dear Michelle and Scott, and entire blended family….
    We would just like to extend our deepest sympathy with the loss of
    your son Joshua. How difficult the last few months must have been for all of you. We can only hope Joshua is now at peace, no longer suffering. And hope for you, only your good memories remain.
    Sincerely, Joel and Peggy

  • God bless his soul he was my child hood friend so was his sister gabby I love them.like family and i know they are hurting and i am hurting for them no one should.loose their child he is in peace now and God bless him he is forever in our hearts love the DUGGANS

  • So sorry for your loss! Your family are in our prayers.

  • sorry for your loss going to miss you .

  • I’m so very sorry for your loss. My condolences to all the family. Look to God for strength and comfort to help you through this very difficult time. Know that Josh is safe in His arms.

  • Mary, I’m so so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to u and your family 🌹