Josue Omar Gold
Chef or banker? No choice now.
He was a lovable, goofy 15-year-old boy who wanted to become a chef — or a banker.
His family called him a jokester, “the life of the party.” Behind that outgoing personality, he had big dreams. "Never would I thought I would have got that call," his mother said. "The streets are not sweet.” After it happened, "It hurt. I've been crying all night,” his brother said.