In memory of
Leonard J. Rosko
In memory of
Leonard J. Rosko
Leonard J. Rosko, 82 Loving husband, dad and poppy Leonard J. Rosko, 82, of New Dorp, better known as Lenny, passed away peacefully on July 20, 2020. Lenny is survived by his wife, Maureen; daughter, Kristine McCann and husband, John; daughter, Kim Ettin and husband, Gregg, as well as six beloved grandchildren: Jenna, Carly, Jack, Emily, Harley and Leo. He was predeceased by his loving mother, Madeline and brother, Paul Bovino. Lenny is survived by brothers, Joseph Sabella and Johnny Tartara. John Rodriguez's whereabouts are unknown. Lenny leaves behind many nieces, nephews and in-laws. Lenny was born on March 15, 1938, in NYC. Due to unforeseen circumstances, he was brought to the New York City Foundling to be cared for. One year later he was transferred to Mount Loretto in Huguenot, S.I. On Aug. 1, 1940, Madeline Tartara, a widowed seamstress, brought Lenny home to Mace Street in Egbertville. He, along with four other boys, would be loved and raised as sons and brothers. Lenny graduated from McKee Vocational High School and enjoyed working at Cosmos restaurant until being drafted in 1961. He served at Fort Knox, Ky., for two years and in 1963, after being discharged, Lenny married his longtime sweetheart, Maureen Sharp. In 1963, he also started his longtime career of 42 years with Con Edison. Lenny was a dedicated and hard worker receiving recognition for 25 years without a single absence due to personal illness. As an avid Yankee fan, Lenny loved keeping busy umpiring baseball. He enjoyed spending time refereeing CYO and high school basketball as well as football in Brooklyn. Lenny touched the lives of so many with his humor and caring heart, he will be dearly missed. The family requests, in lieu of flowers, donations please be made in the name of Leonard Rosko to Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, 90 Third St., S.I., N.Y. 10306. A Funeral Mass for Lenny will be held Friday, July 24 at 11 a.m. at Our Lady Queen Of Peace Church. He will be laid to rest at Moravian Cemetery following the mass.
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In memory of
Leonard J. Rosko
Leonard J. Rosko, 82 Loving husband, dad and poppy Leonard J. Rosko, 82, of New Dorp, better known as Lenny, passed away peacefully on July 20, 2020. Lenny is survived by his wife, Maureen; daughter, Kristine McCann and husband, John; daughter, Kim Ettin and husband, Gregg, as well as six beloved grandchildren: Jenna, Carly, Jack, Emily, Harley and Leo. He was predeceased by his loving mother, Madeline and brother, Paul Bovino. Lenny is survived by brothers, Joseph Sabella and Johnny Tartara. John Rodriguez's whereabouts are unknown. Lenny leaves behind many nieces, nephews and in-laws. Lenny was born on March 15, 1938, in NYC. Due to unforeseen circumstances, he was brought to the New York City Foundling to be cared for. One year later he was transferred to Mount Loretto in Huguenot, S.I. On Aug. 1, 1940, Madeline Tartara, a widowed seamstress, brought Lenny home to Mace Street in Egbertville. He, along with four other boys, would be loved and raised as sons and brothers. Lenny graduated from McKee Vocational High School and enjoyed working at Cosmos restaurant until being drafted in 1961. He served at Fort Knox, Ky., for two years and in 1963, after being discharged, Lenny married his longtime sweetheart, Maureen Sharp. In 1963, he also started his longtime career of 42 years with Con Edison. Lenny was a dedicated and hard worker receiving recognition for 25 years without a single absence due to personal illness. As an avid Yankee fan, Lenny loved keeping busy umpiring baseball. He enjoyed spending time refereeing CYO and high school basketball as well as football in Brooklyn. Lenny touched the lives of so many with his humor and caring heart, he will be dearly missed. The family requests, in lieu of flowers, donations please be made in the name of Leonard Rosko to Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, 90 Third St., S.I., N.Y. 10306. A Funeral Mass for Lenny will be held Friday, July 24 at 11 a.m. at Our Lady Queen Of Peace Church. He will be laid to rest at Moravian Cemetery following the mass.
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