In Loving Memory of Kenneth Ray Hosang

FEBRUARY 1, 1935 – MARCH 23, 2019

Ever since I can remember we always went to my Uncle Ken and Aunt Sue’s for holidays and summer time we took advantage of them having a pool.  During holidays they would have a large dining room table full of family sitting in front of the fancy china that Aunt Sue would pull out for special occasions and holidays.

While dinner’s being cooked the guys would play pool in the basement with a drink or two.

Uncle Ken had a laugh that no one will ever forget and when I think of him I see my Uncle smiling and enjoying life.

He will be missed greatly.


Kenneth Ray Hosang passed away Saturday, March 23, 2019 at the age of 84. He was born February 1, 1935 in Chicago, IL to Charles and Harriet Hosang. Ken was raised in Michigan and graduated from Western Michigan University. He enjoyed all sports and excelled in football. Ken also joined the US Air Force and was stationed in Greenland. He taught school including social science and coaching football and basketball before being hired on as Safety Director at Pontiac Motors. He spent the last 23 years as a substitute teacher at Smithson Valley High school until he suffered a fractured hip and was forced into retirement. He continued to go to many of the high school games. Ken was preceded on death by his parents, Charles and Harriet Hosang, and his grandson, Jason. He is survived by his loving wife of 61 years, Suzanne Hosang; five children, which include his son, Ken Hosang and wife Shelene; daughter, Shelley Jordan and husband Jimmy; daughter, Kerry Orme and husband Mark; son, Daniel Hosang and wife Michelle; and daughter Sherri Gill and husband Timothy; eleven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. His stories, his laugh, and sense of humor will be dearly missed, but we will be comforted by so many wonderful memories.

A Memorial Mass will be held Thursday, April 4, 2019 at 2:00 pm at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Hope Hospice.

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