Michael John Bose (1952-2017)

Michael Bose

Michael John Bose, age 64 a resident of Clintonville WI, formerly of Kenosha, died Monday May 1, 2017 at his residence.

Mike was born in Kenosha on October 18, 1952 to Charles and June (Propsom) Bose. They preceded him in death. He graduated from Bradford High School and spent many years working at American Brass. In 1972, he married Dale Fandrei in Kenosha. Though they would later divorce, they had three children together.

Mike was an avid Green Bay Packer fan and Chicago Cubs fan.

Michael will be dearly missed by his son Dustin (Amy Busick) Bose of Kenosha and by his daughters, Lisa (Paul) Lukaszewski of Union Grove and Kelly (David) Gasser of Clintonville. He is also survived by his beloved grandchildren Drew Bose, Railynn Bose, Jordan Busick, Brandon Bose, Logan Bose, Mason Bose, Justin Pecha, Tyler Gasser and Samantha Gasser and his great grandchildren Aiden, Chloe and Haylee Bose. Mike is further survived by his brothers Dave (Sue) Bose, Tom (Maryann) Bose, Jim (Rachel) Bose and Bill (Robin) Bose and by his sisters Diane (Tony) Trotta and Lori (Darryl) Ohland and by his faithful canine companion Cooper.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday May 6, 2017 at 4:00PM at the Kemper Centers Founders Hall. (6501 3rd Avenue) Visitation with the family will take place in Founders Hall from 2:30PM until the time of services.

In lieu of flowers memorials to the family would be appreciated.

Thoughts for Michael John Bose (1952-2017);

  • John A Vitkus says:

    My deepest sympathy to the Bose family for the passing of your brother, father, grandfather and great grandfather Mike. I remember him well from our grade school days @ St. George, Cub Scouts, Softball and the Kennedy Park gang. My thoughts and prayers are with you and him during this time. May he rest in peace.

    John A. Vitkus

  • Kathleen Pfeiffer says:

    Sorry for your loss. rember lots of camping trips, holidays and family visits over the years.
    Kathy Pfeiffer

  • Colleen A LoMonaco says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Mike was the most colorful guy on the block! I’ll miss his barbeque chicken and his infectious laugh! May you rest in peace!

  • Stanley Pelanis says:

    Sorry for your loss. I worked with Mike at the “Brass”, he was a good guy and I had a lot of fun being around him. I will miss him.

  • Laura Stuhr says:

    My deepest condolences to Mike’s family. I speak on behalf of everyone at Mike’s Saloon in Clintonville that he often patronized. He will be deeply missed.

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