Condolences to all the family on your loss. My prayers are with you at this time. Cherish the memories.
My mother, Katie Bosch Schafer wants to express her condolences to the family. She and John were almost the same age, and she would always "kid" him that she was 6 months younger (must be the Bosch genes). John (and Reva) were very friendly and caring people. Personally, I am very sorry about the loss for the family. Everyone knows that having parents who lived over 100 yrs. are blessed with their longevity for life. John has left a remarkable legacy for the whole family to aspire too. May his soul rest in peace.
Our sincere condolences to the Bosch family.
O Blessed Mother, Mary, pray for John and lead him to Jesus!
May he rest in peace, and may perpetual light shine upon him.
Our sincere sympathies to all of the families and to Reva for your loss.
May he rest in peace.
Dear family of John,
My condolences and sympathy on the passing of John. My prayers and thoughts will be with you as you celebrate his life on Wednesday. Blessings,Elaine Wiedemann
It is always difficult to loose a parent, doesn,t matter how old you are. When times get difficult and you miss your Dad , think of the good memories you have made with your Dad. Your Dad was a kind and patient man, I have very good memories with both your parents. My sympathies and prayers to Aunt Veronica and Families.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Auntie Reva and our cousins. It seems like it was yesterday that we celebrated his 100th birthday. How fortunate you were to have him with you not only for another two and a half years but fully cognitive as well. Harley and I came to see him when he turned 101 and had an enjoyable but loud visit as one of his hearing aides was getting repaired. We will have a mass said for him. God bless you
Our deepest sympathies to the whole family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. RIP John.
My deepest sympathies are extended to the entire Bosch family.
It's not easy losing a parent, but Wow! Your family was extremely lucky to have your Father for over 100 years.
My sincerest condolence to you all! So sorry to hear of your loss. You are all in my prayers. I pray you will have peace and comfort at this time!
May John rest in peace!!!
Our deepest sympathy to Shirley, Brian, (Mutschler) & Family. We are so sorry to hear of your loss.
Dear Aunt Veronica. Thinking of you and your family at this difficult time with deepest sympathy. May the precious memories you all share give you great comfort. We always enjoyed watching Uncle John dance the traditional (old-time) polka - so smoothly done. Those were the days. Wonderful memories. May the Lord support and comfort you. With our love and prayers.
Dearest Dianna and Bernice and the whole family including dear Veronica,
Please accept my condolences on the death of a great father and great Catholic, What an amazing life that God gave him and a loving wife and family. May he rest in peace. To all of you, I know that you will hover over mom and lighten her sadness at the loss of her husband and companion on this pilgrimage of life. God go with you.
Our deepest sympathy to Dianna, Harvey & Family. We are so sorry to hear of your loss.
Aunt Veronica and Family, I send you All, MYCondolences along with those
Of Derrick, Terry and Families .
Uncle John has gone to His Heavenly Home!
May His Soul Rest in Peace!
Aunt Reva and cousins, so sorry to hear of Uncle John's passing. He was blessed with a long and healthy life and is now at peace in heaven. I think fondly of Uncle John and since we shared the same birthday, he was always in my thoughts on that day. My prayers are with you during this time.
To the Bosch family
Our deepest condolences to you all. Your father lived a very good life that you can all be proud of. He will forever be missed. Memories will carry you forward.
Our prayers are with you at this very difficult time.
Wayne and Laura Rath
Dianna, Harvey and family, Our prayers are with you all during this sad time. Your dad and grandpa lived a great life so let God give you the strength and courage to carry on while he watches over all of you with great pride. Jim and Merle Derzaph