John Bossi

John Bossi – A Lifelong Lover of Dodie (Curran) Bossi

John Bossi is a 71 year old man living on Mirabeau Ln in York, Maine with Jodi Bossi and Donald Sylvester.

He is an entrepreneur with a net worth of $3 million. He currently works as an automotive dealer and has been in the business since 1979.

Early Life and Education

Bossi was born in Cassano Magnago, Lombardy, Italy and attended a scientific high school before continuing on to study medicine.

After graduating from college, he worked in Chicago but ultimately decided to relocate to Kansas in 1872 to work as a stonecutter and be closer to his family.

He was able to stay at Buzzi Farm for some time until he could secure his own place. He often walked from work in town back home, covering approximately ID to 14 miles each day; enjoying the outdoors immensely.

He is survived by his wife, Dodie (Curran) Bossi; they have four children: Melissa Sylvester, Philip Bossi, Jamie Bossi and John Bossi Jr. Additionally, he leaves behind his grandchildren.

Professional Career

John Bossi has had a prestigious professional career. His expertise spans civil engineering and land surveying.

He is a proud member of the National Society of Professional Engineers. In addition to his professional duties, he enjoys teaching and creating articles about engineering topics.

Throughout his career, he has visited multiple countries and collaborated with renowned figures. An ardent and dedicated individual, he leaves behind a lasting legacy.

Bossi has a bright future in the industry and strives to excel as an exceptional leader. To further his development, he’s taking part in the NSPE Emerging Leaders Program–an intensive seven-month program that targets early career professionals and provides them with opportunities to hone their leadership abilities.

Achievements and Honors

John Bossi was an accomplished entrepreneur who owned and operated his own automotive shop in Winchester, MA. He was also known for his kind heart and compassion towards those around him; particularly his family members.

He was an honorable American who proudly served his country for over 33 years in the United States Army. Throughout that time, he completed numerous Army schools such as Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Sergeants Major Academy, Basic Airborne School, Jumpmaster School, Demolitions & Mine Warfare School, Special Forces School and Combat Intelligence School.

In addition, he was honored with the following awards and decorations: Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, four Meritorious Service Medals, Joint Services Medal, two Air Medals, Army Achievement Medal, Vietnam Gallantry Cross w/Palm Presidential Unit Citation and Meritorious Unit Commendation. Survived by his wife Dodie and children Melissa Sylvester of Lowell Philip Bossi of Lynnfield Jamie Bossi also of Lynnfield John Bossi Jr and his fiance Kathleen Troisi both from Lynnfield;

Personal Life

John Bossi was a kind and compassionate man who loved his family deeply. He married Dodie (Curran) in October 1975, beginning their beautiful journey together. John left behind Melissa Sylvester, Philip Bossi and Jamie Bossi; as well as Gabriella Anthony Donald Britney Olivia Gianna Sylvester who passed away earlier that same year.

He was the younger brother of Joseph Bossi and began learning marble cutting and sculpture at an early age. His mastery of these skills earned him selection by recruiters from the United States government to work as a sculptor on the Capitol Building in Washington D.C.

He was an active member of the Knights of Columbus and volunteered for the American Red Cross in Italy. A dedicated husband and father, John will be deeply missed by his loving wife Dodie, daughter Melissa, sons Philip and Jamie, and grandson John Jr.

Net Worth

John Bossi had a net worth of $10 million as an Italian politician and member of the European Parliament. He also owned an auto mechanic shop in Winchester for more than 40 years before his passing in 2021, alongside Dodie (Curran) Bossi with whom he shared 47 years of marriage.

He was a beloved father and grandfather. Survived by his daughter Melissa Sylvester of Lowell, son Philip Bossi of Lynnfield and grandson John Bossi Jr. with fiancee Kathleen Troisi of Lynn, as well as six grandchildren Gabriella Anthony Donald Britney Olivia Gianna Sylvester Melody and Aaron Sylvester; also predeceased by parents Guido “James” and Sara (Carrozza) Bossi.

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