Edward Augustus Bozsik - age: 75
(May 12, 1946 to February 23, 2022
South Portland, Maine
A memorial service will be organized in the spring for family and friends. Memorials or donations may be made to Gosnell Memorial Hospice House in Scarborough, Maine to help share their compassion and care with those in need.
Dennett, Craig & Pate Huneral Home 365 Main St, Saco are entrusted with his services.
Edward Augustus Bozsik, 75, of South Portland, Maine, passed peacefully with family on February 23, 2022 at Gosnell Memorial Hospice House in Scarborough following a period of health complications. He was born on May 12, 1946 to Edward Francis and Julia Mary (Pierce) Bozsik in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Edward lost his mother, Julia, when he was 21. Later he welcomed Aino (Tamm) Bozsik as his step-mother.
Ed grew up in Milford, Connecticut, graduating from Jonathan Law High School in Milford and he attended the University of Bridgeport. He worked at Milford Crane for years and later worked in a number of jobs throughout his life, including purchasing, welder, truck driver, kitchen designer, and appliance salesman.
He married Jo-Ann Searles on April 15, 1978 bringing a daughter Theresa into his life and then two sons, John and Bryan.
Edward was passionate about stamp and postcard collecting, particularly from the countries of his ancestry in Central and Eastern Europe. He also loved playing trivia and enjoyed meeting new people and was a strong supporter of public television. Ed thoroughly enjoyed being a New York Yankees fan stuck in the middle of Boston Red Sox nation.
He was preceded in death by his parents Edward Francis and Julia Mary, his step-mother Aino, sisters Annette and Leslie, and brother Thomas. Edward is survived by his children John, Bryan and his wife Inga, and Theresa Evangeliste, and his step-brother Neilson Brown and wife Claudette. Edward had five beloved grandchildren Marcus, Nicolas, Victor, Lucas, and Andras, his nieces and nephews Julie, Annette, Thomas, Marie, Meredith, Eddie, Rob, Cassie, and their children.