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Mildred Maxine Bossing

1921 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Mildred Maxine Bossing Obituary
July 3, 1921 - August 30, 2017
Mildred (Millie) Bossing passed away unexpectedly on August 30, 2017. She was recovering from pneumonia and was planning to move into a senior living facility in Sun City the following week. She was so excited about selling her home and moving into a one bedroom apartment. She had a very good golf friend who lived at the facility and was looking forward to spending time with her.
Millie was born in Freesoil, Michigan to Cecil J. Miller and Millie Siep on July 3, 1921. She graduated from Freesoil High School and went on to marry Clayton M. Nash. They moved to Saginaw, Michigan and had three children: David L., Sharon K. and Frederick M. The family moved to California in 1954 and lived in Whittier until they divorced in 1969. Millie worked at Lever Brothers Company for many years. Her favorite job at the plant was working in the Security Office on the night shift. She retired in January 1986.
Millie was introduced to Emmett N. Bossing by a very close friend. They married in 1976. They moved to Sun City in 1982. Millie was an avid golfer and made so many wonderful friends over the years. She also loved to play cards and was so happy when her family came to visit so they could play for hours. Her other favorite thing to do was go to casinos to play on the slot machines. She always won at both. She also loved to garden and had many beautiful plants inside and outside her home. She loved to travel and ventured to so many different countries over the years.
Millie was preceded in death by her husband Emmett, her son David L. Nash and son Frederick M. Nash. She is survived by her daughter Sharon K. Kenney, her husband John Kenney; her daughter-in-law Mary Nash; nine grandchildren; twelve great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren.
A memorial for Millie will be held at 11am on Nov. 11 at the Community of Christ Church, 719 E. Main Street, San Jacinto, California. Light refreshments will be served following the service. Millie loved life and will be missed by her family and friends.
Published in Press-Enterprise from Oct. 5 to Oct. 8, 2017
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