He started off out in the agency mailroom in 1995 and was promoted to lover in 2007.

Josh Humiston, a partner and audio agent at the Agency for the Doing Arts, died Wednesday in a Los Angeles medical center right after struggling a stroke. He was 48.

“Josh was a exceptional and outstanding agent who was fiercely passionate and loyal to his customers and this organization for 26 years,” Jim Gosnell, CEO of APA, stated in a statement. “A much-beloved member of our APA household, he wore his heart on his sleeve and would battle equally as hard for his customers as he did his colleagues. He will be really missed by all of us as effectively as the audio community in which he served.”

Humiston was promoted to lover in 2007, turning into the very first agent in the firm’s 59-12 months heritage to commence in the mailroom and make it that considerably. His shoppers about the several years provided Flogging Molly, X, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Dionne Warwick, Smokey Robinson, Judas Priest, Skillet and Everclear, among the quite a few other individuals.

Born in Santa Monica on March 18, 1972, Humiston graduated from Beverly Hills Substantial Faculty and then Boston College. He joined APA in 1995 and was upped to vp concert events in 2001, accountable for establishing and overseeing the agency’s modern day rock office.

According to APA, Humiston was a passionate golfer, an ardent Los Angeles Kings, Lakers and Dodgers fan and a “recurring, enthusiastic fixture” at their video games.

Survivors include things like his spouse, Jaime, and their daughters, Isabella and Juliana his mothers and fathers, Jan and Robert siblings Alison and Matthew sister-in-regulation Lisa and nieces Mila and Rachel.

Because of to COVID-19 limits, a funeral for immediate family only will be held Sunday at Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary in Los Angeles, with a celebration of his existence to be scheduled at a later day.

In lieu of bouquets, donations can be created to Andrew McMahon’s Dear Jack Basis, which benefits adolescents and young grownups with most cancers.