Joshua Crone Obituary, Death – Joshua Gregory Crone was born in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, on November 12, 1984. He was ten days late. Because his heart rate had fallen and he was in distress, he was delivered via emergency cesarean section. This tiny guy has always enjoyed sleeping. He was so skilled at sleeping that he could go for seven hours without waking up. His mother would have to go check on him to ensure he was still alive. He enjoyed singing, dancing, snowboarding, fishing, camping, hunting, making electrical innovations, drawing, and woodworking. He used to fall asleep on the bus the first year he went to school, and the bus driver had to help him off, and he used to fall asleep in class in his later years.
After completing Grade 12, he apprenticed with Hergott Electric in Humboldt and completed his journeyman electrical training in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Joshua was a Journeyman Electrician for Lanigan Potash Corporation and lived in Humboldt. He married Christina Boobyer at this time, and they produced a beautiful daughter named Rosalind Eva Pauline Crone. Joshua adored Rosalind beyond words, and she adored her father unreservedly. Christina returned to work after he took paternity leave to be with her. He relocated to Hanley, Saskatchewan in October 2018 to be closer to her. On his way to work two days after his move, he lost control of his Sunfire due to the very terrible, rutty, hard roads. He rolled his car, which landed on the roof. He damaged his knee after falling into a deep ditch dug by the RM (inside the ditch where he had rolled his truck) after digging his way out of the snow.
Joshua relocated to Melfort with his mother in 2020 since he was having problems in Hanley. They spent COVID in isolation together, acquiring the virus in 2021 and surviving despite a bad prognosis. He was persuaded to be vaccinated because he needed it for work. One week later, he went into full-blown diabetic shock and had to be revived. Despite this, he was urged by doctors to undergo the second shot. In the spring of 2022, he returned to Hanley and resumed his employment with Lanigan Potash Corporation. Then the miracle happened: he met his life’s love, Primrose Madhovi. This woman made him the happiest guy on the planet, and she loved him like no woman ever had. Her love, support, gentleness, and kindness were beyond compare.
He was the happiest he’d ever been in his life. They intended to get married and have children. On a family vacation, Rosalind conceived the notion of Joshua proposing to Primrose at the top of the Eiffel Tower. They also planned a vacation to Edmonton in November for Rosalind’s birthday, as well as a trip to the Philippines. Joshua died unexpectedly in his sleep on October 24, 2022, on his sister’s birthday. He came into this world happy and tired, and he left this world happy and tired, which provides consolation to everyone. Joshua will be remembered and missed by: daughter Rosalind Crone; fiancé Primrose Madhovi and his dog Aspen, as well as her cat Chi Chi; mother Jennifer Crone and her special friend Luca Burlotti; brother Brandon (Olivia) Crone and their children Breanna Kjos, Holden, and Lexi Crone; sister Gillisa Crone (Shane Paschke) and their children Wyatt, Katie, and William “Billy”; grandmother Joseph Father Jeff Crone; sibling (infancy) Bobbie Stevie Crone; nephew Roudy Bourque; paternal grandfather Paul Crone; maternal grandparents Robert (Pauline) Langen; uncle Steven Langen; cousin Andrew Langen; and many more distant relatives predeceased him.