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Joshua Ray Sigala


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On January 24, 2018, Joshua Ray Sigala, of The Woodland, TX, left us with our hearts broken. He was born on December 15, 1993 in Roswell, NM. Josh was raised in Midway, NM, by not only his mother, but also his best friend, Rosella McAlpine and a very special aunt Mary Sigala, and his precious grandmother Tillie Sigala who preceded him in death. He is survived by his step-father Chris McAlpine and step-grandparents Brian and Mary-Susan Merritt, and Travis McAlpine; one step-uncle, Aaron McAlpine and wife Miriam. Family also includes nine uncles, Rumaldo Sigala and wife, SueAnn, Albert Sigala and wife Liz, Alex Sigala and wife Debbie, Andrew Sigala and wife Shirley, Shepie Sigala, Gilbert Sigala, Fermin Sigala and wife Kathy, Daniel Sigala, Robert Sigala and wife Maria; six aunts, Mary Sigala, Josie Cortez and husband Greg, Emily Mayes and husband Doug, Bernice Valenzuela and husband Albert, Andrea Conti and husband Tony, Tina Garcia and husband David. Josh was a gifted child and everyone loved him, especially his cousins.
Joshua attended Dexter schools and then moved with his parents to Waco, TX, where he attended Rapoport High School, graduating as Valedictorian. He continued his education at University of Texas at Austin. He was proud to be a “Longhorn”. He graduated in 2016 with two degrees in Corporate Finance and English with a minor in Accounting. Josh was a humble individual, despite his many academic abilities. He was offered a job with Alight Solutions in The Woodlands, TX, where he was currently employed. As a teen, he held the same job as a cashier at H-E-B Grocery for over 6 years.
Joshua attended the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses and loved Jehovah God. We all hope to see him again in paradise. The name he made for himself can only be described by all his family and friends as a humble and meek person who loved everyone. He will be greatly missed by all. So until we see him again, may Jehovah keep him in His memory.
Service dates and times will be announced at a later date.

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