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Obituary for Connie Beth Bosko
Connie Beth Bosko, born July 26, 1952, she was married to Mike Bosko and mother to Amy Beth Cox (Kevin), Johnny Ransom Handyside, III, Michael Bosko, III (Melissa) and Brent Bosko (Maxine). Granny to John (Stephenee), Brittany (Bradley), Dakota, Jimmy, Cierra, Jason, Zachary, Emily, Constance, Robert, Joseph, Sarah, Brandon, and Ariel. Great-grandmother to Lincoln. Sister to Linda (Kenny) Koepp, Hollie (Gary) Rice, and Rick Huffman. Aunt to Kimberly (Matthew) and Kristopher (Sandy) and several other nieces and nephews. She loved her animal friends Mitzy, Trixie and Tucker. She loved the Indians, Browns and The Ohio State University Buckeyes. Depending on the season, you would find her wearing the colors of her favorite team and cheering them on. She was an ace at Trivial Pursuit and would sharpen her skills by watching Jeopardy six days a week. She loved to play BINGO. Connie was convinced she was a long-lost member of the British Royal Family and would follow their antics closely. She loved to watch Rachel Maddow, Lester Holt and Chris Matthews. The Today show was a companion to her coffee daily. If there was weather happening and you were one of her people you could expect a call from her or Amy because you were on her weather map no matter where you lived. Connie taught her grandchildren serious life skills like dancing in the rain, loving classic movies like Gone with the Wind, The Wizard of Oz and Hello Dolly! She taught them how to slide into home in the hallway. She made no bones about the fact that she loved her grandchildren more than her kids. She spoiled those grandkids, and would lawyer up for them in a heartbeat, but she would not hesitate to call them to the hot seat if they were in the wrong. After she retired from Walmart #407 in Killeen, TX, she moved back to Ohio to be near her beloved family and Cleveland. She loved spending time with her family and her cats. She spent her final year in Florida with her son Brent & his family. October 1, 2020, after an 11-day hard fought hospital battle, she lost her fight with COVID-19. We will be celebrating Connie’s life privately in accordance with her wishes. If you wish to celebrate her life, we would love for you to make a donation in her name to either the Alzheimer’s Association (https://www.alz.org/) or Prayers from Maria (https://prayersfrommaria.org), two organizations dear to her heart. Our family would like for you to take this pandemic seriously, wash your hands and wear a mask. Please be safe and if you need proof that COVID-19 is real just ask Connie’s family.