"Living Life To The Fullest"
Joshua Stukes' left a positive and lasting impact on the lives of thousands during his 23 years. It is often said that the measure of one's life is in the number of lives he touches in a positive way.
In continuation of his legacy, The Joshua Stukes Foundation Inc.'s mission is to serve as a platform for adults and youth in the form of community involvement, open communications, resources needed to think more broadly about the future and careers in fire science, fire safety, criminal justice, public health education and health maintenance.
The City of Atlanta Fire and Rescue honored Chief Officer Joshua DeWitt Stukes on March 25, 2017.
Pictured (left to right) Partners and Supporters: Councilmember Michael Julian Bond * Walter Jordan, Retired NBA Cleveland Cavaliers & Founder & CEO Team Impact * Nikki Barjon, Director of Philanthropy & Community Engagement for Tip "T.I." Harris, Hip-hop Recording Artist & Actor * Kaye Gordy, Community Manager, Ronnie Thames Foundation * Pam Bozek, President, Ronnie Thames Foundation * Divina Mims-Puckett, Regional Communications Manager, American Red Cross of Georgia * Ashley Stukes West, Founder & CEO The Joshua Stukes Foundation, Inc. * Shirley Anne Smith, Executive Director, Atlanta Fire Rescue Foundation * Chief Joel G. Baker * Fulton County Commissioner John Eaves * Alfreda “Freda” Stukes, Founder & President The Joshua Stukes Foundation Inc. * Pastor W.E. Williams, Greater Leavy Missionary Baptist Church * Mrs. Arlene Wheeler, Grandmother of Chief Officer Joshua Stukes * Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell * Mr. Peter Aman * Atlanta Hawks Foundation and Coahoma Community College Representatives (not pictured)