Joshua Ryan Ware, 36, known to everyone as Josh passed away Sunday March 5, 2023, at home surrounded by his family after a long battle with Diabetes. He was born in Ontario, Oregon on to Donna Galligar (Draper) and Patrick Ware on December 24, 1986. He grew up in Weiser and graduated from Weiser High School (Class of 2005). He enjoyed playing video games with friends and occasional family wood cutting trips.
He met his wife, Feather in 2007 on the iconic social media platform Myspace, which he loved to joke about. In 2008 he moved to Montana to be with her and they were married July 18, 2009, in the gorgeous East Glacier Park Montana. He then worked as a cook and found a passion in making BBQ and brisket. Josh had an undeniable love for creating delicious food for others.
Josh and Feather welcomed their first child Matthew on August 4. 2011. They moved to the Flathead Valley where they would call home for many years. On October 28, 2015, their family grew again and Matthew was the proud older brother of his little sister Ariel.
Josh spent several years in the valley as a salesman mostly with the Corwin/Eisinger group, where he loved helping people find their dream vehicles. He enjoyed snowboarding, gaming, shooting, or in his words “making things go boom!” It has been said that Josh loved his car almost as much as his kids.
He was especially proud of his YouTube channel; Silver Bullet Gaming, where he showcased his love and knowledge of gaming with his “Let's play” videos.
Josh is proceeded in Death by his mother Donna Galligar. He is survived by his wife Feather, their children Matthew and Ariel of Kalispell MT. His Father Patrick Ware of Fruitland ID, Sister Jessica (Daniel) Lopez of Payette ID, Brother Mark (Samantha) Galligar of Nampa ID, Step-Father Mark (Wanda) Galligar of Weiser ID, Step Siblings, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews.
A Viking prayer that Josh loved to share: “Odin, I bid you take your place in the halls of Valhalla, where the brave shall live forever. Nor shall we mourn but rejoice, for those that have died the glorious death.”
Services will be held in Idaho on March 16th 2023 at the Weiser Community Church, and a memorial later this summer with his Montana family.
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