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William Bosco Obituary

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William Bosco

September 13, 1924 - April 8, 2020

William Bosco Obituary

William Louis Bosco, 95, passed away peacefully, on April 8th at his home in Armonk, NY. Bill was born in Long Island, NY on September 13th, 1924 to Mary and Frank Bosco. The family relocated to Washington Heights in 1932 where Bill attended George Washington High School, graduating in 1942. He was soon drafted and served in the US Army Air Force. The family moved to Armonk, NY in 1955. Bill then joined the US Post Office, Armonk, serving as a mail carrier for the next 37 years, retiring in 1990. Bills love for his community and civic service drew him to join the Armonk Volunteer Fire Department in 1966. His dedication allowed him to rise in rank to Fire Chief and then Fire Commissioner, retiring after 50 years in service. Bills quick sense of humor, gentle and easy-going manner made him a friend to all. Bill is survived by his sister Eleanor, daughter Rebecca (Tom), his son Jeffrey (Suzanne) and granddaughter Veronica. His younger brother Frank predeceased him. Private interment with Catholic Rites will be held at Middle Patent Rural Cemetery on April 14. A memorial Mass and celebration of his life will be held in the fall. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Armonk Volunteer Fire Department or the Alzheimers Association.

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William Louis Bosco, 95, passed away peacefully, on April 8th at his home in Armonk, NY. Bill was born in Long Island, NY on September 13th, 1924 to Mary and Frank Bosco. The family relocated to Washington Heights in 1932 where Bill attended George Washington High School, graduating in 1942. He was soon drafted and served in the US Army Air Force. The family moved to Armonk, NY in 1955. Bill then joined the US Post Office, Armonk, serving as a mail carrier for the next 37 years, retiring in 1990. Bills love for his community and civic service drew him to join the Armonk Volunteer Fire Department in 1966. His dedication allowed him to rise in rank to Fire Chief and then Fire Commissioner, retiring after 50 years in service. Bills quick sense of humor, gentle and easy-going manner made him a friend to all. Bill is survived by his sister Eleanor, daughter Rebecca (Tom), his son Jeffrey (Suzanne) and granddaughter Veronica. His younger brother Frank predeceased him. Private interment with Catholic Rites will be held at Middle Patent Rural Cemetery on April 14. A memorial Mass and celebration of his life will be held in the fall. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Armonk Volunteer Fire Department or the Alzheimers Association.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of William Bosco hosted by Cassidy Flynn Funeral Directors.

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