Josh T. Didulo
May 24, 1995 – November 21, 2019
Preceded in death by grandfather, Tom Nastase, Jr.; uncles, Ray Nastase and Joseph Didulo; aunt, Theresa Didulo. Survived by parents, Iggy and Shari; sister, Megan; grandmothers, Mary C. Nastase and Agnes T. Didulo; many aunts, uncles and cousins
Family will receive friends Sunday, November 24th from 2pm to 4pm at the West Center Chapel followed by a WAKE SERVICE at 4pm.
FUNERAL SERVICE: Monday, November 25th, 10am, Citylight Church (3401 Oakview Drive).
Interment: Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the family.
“Josh T. Didulo was born in Omaha on May 24, 1995 to Ignatius T. Didulo and Shari A. Nastase Didulo. In 1997 he became a big brother to Megan T. Didulo. Josh attended one year of preschool at Picotte Elementary followed by a year of preschool at Joslyn Elementary. He attended Fullerton Elementary and Buffett Middle School. During these younger years he participated in the Boy Scouts of America. He was an avid skateboarder and video game player with neighbors, family, and friends. Josh played basketball, soccer, and flag football through the YMCA, Omaha Sports Academy, Mount Michael, and St. Vincent de Paul.
Concordia Lutheran was where he attended high school. Josh played basketball, ran cross country and track. He loved to lift weights and had a dream of being a body builder. His senior year he was so dedicated that he woke up at 4:30 AM to be the first person at the gym daily. It was at Concordia that he began his journey of faith. Josh graduated May of 2013 with a basketball scholarship to Midland University.
While in high school he began working for Hy-Vee. He continued to work for them as he attended Midland. After his college days Josh was promoted to assistant manager in Fremont. Soon after he transferred to the Linden Market Hy-Vee with the same position. Recently he has had the opportunity to work alongside his dad. This was something Josh was extremely proud of. Friends and customers alike often commented on his good work ethic and positive demeanor.
Josh loved to spend time with family and friends. On November 21, 2019 he became our angel and hero. He gave the gift of organ donation and saved the lives of two others with his kidneys.
Josh was preceded in death by his grandfather, Tom Nastase, Jr.; uncles, Ray Nastase and Joseph Didulo; aunt, Theresa Didulo. He is survived by his immediate family members; Shari, Iggy, and Megan Didulo; two grandmothers, many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Josh will be truly missed by all.