Robert Boskovich passed away suddenly on August 25th, 2017 in Reno, NV with his wife, family, and friends at his side. He was 67 years young. Bob “Bosko” was born in Anaconda, Montana on September 16th, 1949 to William and Eileen Boskovich and lived there up until his early adulthood. He attended Anaconda High School and went on to Eastern Montana College where he received his Bachelor of Science in Education in Billings, Montana in 1976. He taught Social Sciences in Anaconda until he moved to Reno, NV in the 1980’s where he worked as a bartender at John Ascuaga’s Nugget. In 1986, he married the love of his life, Anna, and together they started their adventure living in Florida, Las Vegas, and Reno. They enjoyed life thoroughly together and spent time fishing, golfing, hiking, and being with family and friends. Bob developed deep friendships in all of the places he called home, but he held his home state of Montana deep in his heart and returned there often to see many of his closest friends. Bob had a great recall of memories and loved to share them. He was an avid college sports fan and loved his Oakland A’s. Bob is survived by his wife, Anna (Yup), sister, Frannie (Miller) and husband Kirt, cousin, Lila Peterson and nephew Willie Rouse. He is preceded in death by his parents, sister, Marinell, and niece, Marlo Rouse. Bob touched the souls of many and will be cherished in our memories. A celebration of life will be determined at a later time. Please send condolences to: www.lapalomafuneralservices.
Anna, I know right now it is very hard to realize that the love of your life is gone, but we are the luckiest women in the world as we have had the love of our life. God has wrapped his arms around you for comfort you, in your time of need. Just remember you will see him again. You know you are loved by many. This is a new journey in your like, know your not alone.
Anna- you had THE most devoted husband and it speaks to the person that YOU are. No one else would do for our beloved Bosko.. one of the most beloved men from our hometown. PLEASE know that you are being lifted up on prayer by so so many who love you dearly.
So sad to hear of the passing of my classmate and friend Bosko. My thoughts and prayers to Bosko’s wife and family.
Missing You So Much…You have taken away from me too soon, but a part of me is with you