John Bossert is a patent attorney who advises technology companies on domestic and international patent procurement as well as strategic portfolio management. His expertise spans operating systems, databases, communication networks, and e-commerce systems.
This case involves the failure of the lookout on board the Bossert to detect a light astern until it was too late to prevent her collision with the Witler. This is an extremely grave violation of law.
Early Life and Education
John Bossert was born December 8, 1985 in Loveland, Colorado to 5 siblings and 12 nieces and nephews. An enthusiastic Broncos fan, he enjoyed playing video games as well. Additionally, his interest in wrestling continued to grow as the family’s go-to tech expert.
He graduated from the University of Colorado in 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in engineering and had an illustrious career as a firefighter. A life member of United Communities Volunteer Fire Department, he served as Lieutenant, Captain and Chief. Throughout his time with the department he earned numerous awards while advocating for fellow firefighters; ultimately serving his community for 30 years was truly rewarding for him.
A career is the series of employments one undertakes throughout their life. It is the product of their decisions, education and training as well as their ambitions in life.
Bossert announced his resignation as White House homeland security advisor on April 10, the latest official to depart in a wave of administration changes under President Trump. His departure came one day after national security advisor John Bolton assumed his new post and as Department of Homeland Security officials began their three-day cybersecurity exercise.
His professional career began as a quality manager for Nokia in Detroit before joining Bank of America in Fort Worth as a quality consultant. Additionally, he teaches a lean Six Sigma course at University of North Texas Health Center and sits on ASQ’s board of directors.
Achievements and Honors
John Bossert was an amazing dad and grandfather to his three children Josh Ryan, Skylar Aiden, and Kenzie Leona. He was a passionate Broncos fan during good and bad times alike and passionately supported the Wounded Warrior Project with great passion.
He had a passion for volunteering and was an active member of the Kent Island Elks Lodge. In his free time he enjoyed hunting, carpentry, playing cards, softball and flag football – activities which he continued to pursue until retirement.
He was an enthusiastic supporter of community service and made it part of his company’s culture. He served as chairman of the board for Big Brothers Big Sisters and The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii, serving on its corporate council.
John Bossert was a beloved husband and father. He served Queen Anne’s County as both a firefighter and EMT, enjoying outdoor activities like hunting, fishing, camping and riding his bike. John loved being outdoors – whether hunting, fishing, camping or riding his bike – with great joy.
He was an ardent Broncos fan, enjoying playing football, wrestling and video games with his children. Additionally, he had a deep-seated passion for the Wounded Warriors Project.
He was the proud father of Josh Ryan Bossert and Skylar Aiden Bossert. Surviving are his parents Trisha and Lonnie Turner Jr; siblings Lisa Todd (Joshua), Stephanie Boyer (Jacob), Jessica Turner (Lance Jenkins); grandmothers Patricia Ohmie and Nadine Matson; as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.
John Bossert was born on December 8, 1985 in Loveland, Colorado and was the first grandchild on both his mother’s and father’s sides of the family. Tragically, he passed away October 24, 2021 at 35 years old; leaving behind his parents Trisha Ohmie and Lonnie Turner Jr.; siblings Josh Bossert, Skylar Aiden, Kenzie Leona; grandparents Patricia Ohmie and Nadine Matson; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins to mourn his passing.
Bossert has an estimated net worth of $5 Million as of January 9, 2023. He is an American lawyer and former Homeland Security Advisor to President Donald Trump; nominated by Trump on December 27th 2016, Bossert was confirmed as Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism on January 9th 2023.