Joshua “Josh” C. Bryngelson
Joshua “Josh” C. Bryngelson passed away Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
Josh was born in Bath, Maine to Steven Bryngelson and Lorena Brookins Bryngelson. Their family later moved to Murrells Inlet, South Carolina where Josh attended school at Waccamaw. He grew up right by the ocean so he spent a lot of time on the beach walking his dogs.
Josh took in an injured squirrel “Charlie” and nursed him back to health. He would hand feed Charlie. This brought some squirrel friends and eventually he was feeding a squirrel family.
Josh also had a love and passion for games, technology and all things computers. This is how he would meet his future wife, Lacey Carton. They had met on the Internet when they were 12 years old continuing to talk until they were 18 years old. Josh came to visit Lacey in November of 2006 and moved to Iowa to be with her December of 2006. The two eventually made their home in Belmond, Iowa.
Josh was the one who cooked. He always made up his own recipes and they were always so delicious. Sweets were his specialty. Especially his peanut butter pie! The couple loved watching movies together, taking mini vacations in Iowa and surrounding states. They loved to go up to Big Blue in Mason City, Iowa and go fishing or take the blow up raft out and just relax on the water.
Josh also had a close bond with his dog, Archie and he would also bring him with to Big Blue. Josh took his dog just about everywhere. Josh also loved anime and had a gift for being able to draw his own anime.
Josh was currently working for Coca Cola Bottling Company in Mason City, Iowa. He was also working towards an apprenticeship to be an electrician. Josh was very smart and could fix anything.
Josh will be missed by his wife, Lacey Bryngelson of Belmond, father, Steven Bryngelson of Idaho Falls, Idaho, mother, Lorena Brookins Bryngelson of Maggie Valley, North Carolina, three sisters, Shalena Bryngelson of Hillsboro, Oregon, Elizabeth Naber of Westbrook, Maine and Emily Norris of Westbrook, Maine, father-in-law and mother-in-law Ronald and Chandra Carton of Goodell, Iowa and numerous other relatives and friends.