Obituaries

Joshua Koh Oster

November 13, 1997 - October 28, 2019

Joshua Koh Oster, 21, of Batavia, IL., passed away on Monday, October 28, 2019 surrounded by his family at home.  Joshua was born on November 13, 1997 in Park Ridge, IL the son of Steve and Cindy (nee. Koh) Oster.

Joshua loved to ride the school bus and being with his school friends, teachers and assistants. He enjoyed summers at Ravinia Festival, listening to live music and hanging out with family. Joshua would often listen to Christian music and enjoy watching the light show his parents would set-up for him.  He had a contagious smile that would brighten an entire room and was content spending time and listening to family and friends. 

Joshua is survived by his loving parents, Steve and Cindy Oster; his sister, Audrey Oster; his twin brother, Daniel Oster; paternal grandfather, John Oster; several aunts, uncles, and cousins; and his four legged best friend, PeeDee.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Geraldine Oster; his maternal grandparents, Seongyeol and Heesoon Koh.

Visitation will be held from 4:00 P.M. until 7:30 P.M. on Friday, November 1, 2019 at Moss-Norris Funeral Home, 100 S. 3rd Street, St. Charles, IL. 60174.  A funeral service will follow the visitation at 7:30 P.M. also at the funeral home.  Interment will be held privately.

Guest Book

  • Bret Carr Uncle Steve, Aunt Cindy, Audrey, and Daniel, Bummer to hear about Joshua's passing. You were incredible parents and siblings, and gave him so much love, care, and attention. He had a life full of caring people and a wonderful family that showed him unconditional love. My deepest sympathies go out to you. -bret
  • Doug and Jenny Bill Steve, Cindy and family, We are sorry to hear of Joshua’s passing. We will always remember him for his big smile! Our thoughts and prayers are with you🙏 Doug, Jenny and family
  • tisha Johnson I'd only known joshua a few short months. It was truly a pleasure to care for him as his nurse and be accepted into your home. You all really made me feel like a friend . Joshua will surely be missed. But, God has called him home. God bless your family and take care.🙏
  • Mike Glabinski Everyday I got to work with josh was the best days of the week, he would brighten up everybody's day with his great smile. The Peer Leaders at Batavia High School loved working with him in the ABLE APE class. They would often ask me when will it be their turn to work with Josh. I will surely miss Josh in the future, but I know he is chatting away and dancing to his favorite music. God bless the Oster family.
  • Scott Bublitz Dear Steve, Cindy, Audrey & Danny, I am so very to hear the news of the passing of your dearest Joshua now!!! I have so many fond memories of him & Danny as their school bus driver fir nearly 7 years!!! His wonderful smile & how his eyes would light up as i'd say where's Danny at Rotolo Middle School !!! As we transported to & school each day! I remember each Spring the band would be practicing when we would arrive, Joshua was so excited to hear the music! Through all his adversity he preserved as best he was able!! To his family, you are All awesome for the love care you gave him!!! Your struggles are over now beautiful boy, rest in God's arms until we All meet again!!! With Care & Best Wishes! Scott Bublitz