Jerald “Turk” Bosh

April 10, 1959 ‒ June 02, 2021

Upper Sandusky, Ohio

Jerald “Turk” Bosh, age 62 of Upper Sandusky, passed away Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at the Wyandot Memorial Hospital.

Turk was born April 10, 1959 in San Bernardino, CA, the son of Vernon E. and Alta LaVerne (Wells) Bosh.

Turk was united in marriage to Jennie Marvine Sealey on December 7, 1977 sharing nearly 45 years of marriage. Together they lovingly raised their 3 children: Steve, Amy and Jerald.

Turk was an outdoorsman and member of the Coon Hunters Club. He worked hard on the farm to provide for his family. He enjoyed hunting and especially loved walleye and catfishing at Lake Erie. Old Westerns were a favorite of Turk’s, most notably Gun Smoke. Going fast was a thrill for Turk; he raced stock cars and when he wasn’t racing he was watching NASCAR. Above all, family was Turk’s most proud achievement and he leaves behind a legacy of love and devotion.

He is survived by his devoted wife, Jennie M. Bosh; children: Steve (Jessica) Bosh, Amy (Tony) Parker and Jerald (Jodi) Bosh; grandchildren: Chevy, Cheyenne, JB, Cian, Annabella and Anthony; siblings: Patsy Ann Bradbury, Rodney Bosh, and Melinda Stevens.

Along with his parents he is preceded in death by his brother Rick Bosh.

Visitation will be Monday, June 7, 2021 at Victory Center Church of God, 1190 E Fairground Rd, Marion, OH 43302 from 10AM to 12Noon; funeral service will follow at 12Noon with Pastor Patrick Demuth officiating; Burial will be in Price Cemetery.

The Snyder Funeral Home, Gunder/Hall Chapel is honored to serve the family; condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com

 

  • Hi Jenny it’s Brady Ross so sorry for your loss it’s been a long time since Fies ave. Prayed for you and your family stay strong and God Bless

  • I just found out the death of who I called “Jerry”. I’m saddened by this I have so many fond memories of him and the other Boshes. Jerry liked to tease me a lot, but not in a mean way. It was funny. Us Duncan’s lived on Oliver St and they were like two houses away on the curb. I think he had a good life and that’s good