Kenneth “Kenny” Max Rosiere
”1970 - 2020”
If I should die before the rest of you
Break not a flower nor inscribe a stone
Nor, when I’m gone, speak in a Sunday voice,
But be the usual selves that I have known.
Weep if you must Parting is hell.
But life goes on. So sing as well.
Kenneth Kenny Max Rosiere, 50, died December 10, 2020, in Hutchinson. Kenny was born September 13, 1970, in Joplin, Missouri, to Gary and Linda Rosiere.
He graduated Haven High School in Haven, and spent many years in construction and welding, among many other many talents.
Kenny was the kind of man who would drop everything to help family, friends, neighbors or a stranger. He would honestly give anything he had to help someone in need.
Kenny was a man of many passions and interest, but no passion was greater than that for his beloved motorcycle “Suzie”. Kenny and Suzie once rode from Hutchinson to Denver, Colorado. It was not a planned trip, but on a whim, he thought “why not”. Such was the man Kenny was. Once he had a goal you did not dare try to stop him.
Kenny is survived by: his mother, Linda Rosiere of Hutchinson; grandmother, Helen Bayless; brothers and their spouses, Krystofer and Jose Rubio-Rosiere, and Jeremy and Crystal Rosiere; son, Josh Rosiere; and daughters, Stephany and Brittany Rosiere; three grandchildren; and many family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father, Gary Rosiere.
A memorial is planned for and will be announced in 2021.
Following information came from www.ancestry.com and www.findagrave.com His grandparents are Max LeRoy Rosiere 1923-1998 and Betty Jean Logan 1925-1999 She is Seneca-Quapaw Indian. Max's parents are Eugene Hubert Rosiere 1882-1959 & Julia Ann Marler. Betty's parents are Edward P. Logan 1905-1947(buried in Bassett Grove, Delaware co, Ok) married 1924 to Lorine Choate, she was born 1908-1991. Buried at same cemetery as Edward Logan.
Resource: Burkhart Funeral Service of Talihina
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