Jay Rosio, of Minneapolis, died Friday, November 2, 2012 at his home. He was 45 years old. He was born on July 22, 1967 in Laona, a son of Herbert and Tina (Schoolman) Rosio and the family resided in Crandon.
He was a graduate of Crandon high School with the class of 1986. He attended Nicolet College in Rhinelander, for three years before transferring to Minneapolis College of Art and Design where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1993.
Mr. Rosio was employed at Northtown village apartments in Spring Lake Park, MN.
During his lifetime he enjoyed downhill skiing, playing video games, tennis, riding motorcycle, target shooting, power boating, lego projects, driving his Subaru and collecting Hot Wheel cars.
During high school years he operated Jay's Bike Shop from his parents garage, where he repaired and built bikes.
Survivors are his parents, Herbert and Tina Rosio, Crandon; a sister Lisa Ottmann, Antigo; a niece Nia (Taylor) Tauer, Fond du Lac; aunts and uncles, cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents; Louis and Mildred Rosio, George and Evelyn Schoolman, and brother in law Pete Ottmann.
A memorial service will be held on Monday, November 12, at 1 p.m. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 1515 Third Avenue, Antigo, with pastor Rowell Puedivan officiating. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. until the time of services Monday at the church. Bradley Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.
To view Jay's memorial site go to: www.jay-rosio.forevermissed.com.
Thank you so much for the memories of Jay. What wonderful tributes! Our love and thanks to all.
I miss Jay so much!
We will forever miss you! We still can't believe you are gone but not forgotten. You made our family complete and you will always forever be our nephew-in-law and Grandson. Our times together with you were always fun and adventurous. We will love you for eternally Jay...until we see you again. God Bless you.
Jay, I wish you the best in your new life in paradise. I will always remember the time went down to "the ranch" with my sister, grandparents, and your parents. We had a fun time joking around with you and Lisa. You will be missed and I love you.
Jay it was my budy my friend my family my coworker we work togheter its very hard work whit out him he is the something he make me alawys laugh never b sad or mad whit him we talk about everything he help all the time we make jokes i call him sometime my litt man or trouble i will missing and never forgive him he b in my mind all ways love bro....
Jay was a wonderful man. We enjoying interacting with him through his maintenance work at Northtown Village. He will be missed by us all!
I am very sorry for your loss.
I've left little notes on the memorial sites and Jay's Facebook as I've been reading what people have written. On this site there is a heading that states "What made Jay so unique and special"..well...EVERYTHING I never met some as kind as this man was or patient and hoping some of this has rubbed off on me. Jay loved life, loved people, children animals...always willing to drop anything and help a friend. Many times that friend was me. I have been so blessed to have known this man. There will never be anyone like him in my life again and I can say that for certain.
You are sorely missed, Jay. I am so sorry that you cannot be with us. I will always remember your last words to me: "I love you, Mom!" What a precious treasure you have always been to me and to our entire family. You always did your best and you did everything you could. Both Don and I have always thought you were the greatest. You were a fine son-in-law from the beginning until the end.I love you, Son!
So sorry for your loss. I went to school with Jay, he was such a nice person and a good friend to all. He will truly be missed by all of his classmates. Tammy Votis Stroik
Herb,Tina,Lisa I am so sorry for your loss,Jay is back in God's arms where he will watch over all of you,with Pete. You are all in my prayers. God Bless
Jay was the nicest kid in our class. I hadn't seen Jay in a few years, but when I did he always was glad to see me. My sympathies to Jay's family.
Jay never had a bad thing to say to anyone when we were in school! He had a special gift and enjoyed life to the fullest! My thoughts and prayers to his mom, dad, sister and other family members! He will be missed! RIP Jay!
Jay was a very special person & gifted. He always had a smile and was a great person to know and work with. He never complained and just did his work. I think the funniest story I heard about him, was just recently when his Dad Herb was telling us about the deer camera's for the reunion and some of the pictures they took. Leave it to Jay. He will be missed.
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