Joshua Titus was 25 years old and had autism. He lived in Auburn, Maine. He was born in Romania on October 14, 1990 and was adopted as an infant by Andrew and Carolyn Titus. Joshua Titus passed away on April 6, 2016, from cancer. He served as the manager of the Edward Little High School Basketball Team and became a national inspiration when he entered the final home game of the season and scored 9 points. His story became one of the top 10 high school sports stories on ESPN in 2009 and he inspired the Maine McDonald's Games Spirit of the Game Award that is named after him. Joshua Titus worked for Bates College. He is survived by his parents Andrew and Carolyn Titus and his brother Nathan Titus.
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