GULLEDGE, JOSHUA GENE of Brandon Township, Michigan; died March 3, 2021. He was 46.
He was born October 7, 1974 in Flint, Michigan to Randall and Donna (nee: Hart) Gulledge. He married Rachael Lawson on October 31, 1998 in Oceanside, California. He is survived by his loving wife Rachael Gulledge; two sons Jayden Gulledge and Peyton Gulledge; his parents, Randall and Donna Gulledge; one brother, Chad Gulledge; his aunts and uncles, Linda Allen, Chris Hart, Brenda and Bill White, Carol and John Weissend, Denise Gulledge and Michelle Gulledge; three nieces, Samantha, Ariana and Isabella Gulledge; also survived by many cousins. Joshua was a veteran of the U.S. Marines. He worked for Menlo Logistics-Swartz Creek. He was a member of the Brandon Football Blackhawk family. He loved working with and mentoring young men as he coached the Brandon Junior Blackhawks football, freshman boy’s baseball and 7th grade basketball. Family will receive friends on Sunday, March 14, 2021 from 2:00 to 9:00 p.m. at VILLAGE FUNERAL HOME, Ortonville. Please dress casually. If you knew Joshua thru baseball wear a baseball jersey or if you knew Joshua thru football wear a football jersey, etc. Because of the restrictions we are under (25 people) the family has suggested times if your last name starts with A-C 2:00 -3:00, D-F, 3:00-4:00, G-J 4:00-5:00, K-M 5:00-6:00, N-P 6:00-7:00, Q-S 7:00-8:00 and T-Z 8:00-9:00. No one will be denied entry if you can’t at the suggested times. Interment will be at Great Lakes National Cemetery, Holly, Michigan. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation to the Gulledge Fund. It is the wish of the family that Josh’s legacy of caring, love, and support of our young athletes lives on within the Brandon Football Program. The Gulledge Fund will financially support any future Blackhawks with any football expenses they are struggling to afford. Donations can be made at the funeral home or mailed to the Gulledge residence. Josh was a true pillar within our community. Thank you for keeping his legacy alive for generations to come. Due to COVID Restrictions MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED. To send a condolence to the family go to