Burton Paul Gross

/Burton Paul Gross
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Burton Paul
Gross

Date of Service:

GROSS, BURTON PAUL
Monday May 27th, 2002 age 75 years. Beloved Husband of Pauline nee Dziewa. Dear Father of Judith James Stachowiak, Burton Gloria Gross, Pamela Gerald Baake, Christine James Jensen, Donna Welch, and Paulette Todd Pokrzywinski. Loving Grandfather of James Amy Stachowiak, Cynthia Stachowiak, Chad Stachowiak, Sara Stachowiak, Burton J. Gross, Lisa Gross, Heidi Gross, Jerry Baake, Rachel Jensen, Levi Jensen, Steven Welch, Richard Welch and Travis Welch. Proud Great Grandfather of Ryan Stachowiak. Also survived by 2 sisters, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation Thursday May 30th at ST. STANISLAUS CHURCH, 524 W. Mitchell Street, from 9 – 11 AM with Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM. Interment Forest Hill Memorial Park.
Lieutenant Burton Gross was one of the charter members of the Oak Creek Police Department, retiring after 29 years of service.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Gillette Johnson, Johnson & Reiss Chapel
414 761-2750

Past Comments

Ann Carloni

Uncle Burt, I’ll miss you very much. I’ll never forget the camping memories, dropping a few of us kids off at a couple campsites until the “best” one was found. You always cared about everyone so much, your kindness will never be forgotten, and especially your sense of humor that always showed through. Love you.

Dave and Laurie Ross

Dear Burt and Gloria, We were very sorry to hear that your Dad was gone, but may you find comfort in knowing he is no longer in any pain. He must have been a very special man to have raised the very special man you have become, Burt. We love you both!
Dave and Laurie

Diane Mick Muschinske

I am sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of sleep overs at your house during the time Judy and I were friends and attended St. James and Oak Creek High and remember Mr. Gross as a fun loving person. My deepest sympathy.

Lisa Pearcy

Pam-My heart goes out to you and your family in your time of pain and sorrow. May you find comfort in the knowledge that his suffering is over and he is in a better place.
My deepest sympathy,
Lisa

Jeanne Kozy Piloczewski

Thanks Uncle Burt for great childhood memories: BBQ’s, tractor rides, pool parties, but most of all opening your heart to spill your humor, faith and genorosity on to all of us Kozy Kids.

Roger Rosemary Wojciechowski

Burt was my brother in laws Father. He was a very wonderful man, He was someone you would like to be with. He was always on the go.Burt and Pauline were a match made in Heaven. He made beautiful Doll houses as a hobby and alot of other things. We are lucky to have one he gave us for our daughter.He was a good father as when you meet his children you know their parents did a very good job raising them. We will sadly miss him. But we know God must of needed a good police officer in heaven May his Soul Rest IN PEACE.

Jean Wallschlaeger

Dear Burt, I can’t even imagine the pain you must be feeling at this time…Like a hole wrenched out of your heart. I know you were close to your dad and you were both proud of each other, as I heard it when you talked about him. I will pray for peace, comfort, and acceptance for you and Gloria. God be with you both.
Jeannie

Barbara Cavolaski

Ed and I send our deepest sympathy to you and the family. Ed & Barb Cavolaski

Kathie Dibble

Pam:
I’m so sorry for your loss, and your fathers’ pain and suffering. He is in a better place. God be with you and your family.

Friends,

Kath

Regan Stoltenow

Pam:
My deepest sympathy to you and your family during this sad time. You are in my prayers. I hope you will find comfort through your family and friends.

My condolences,
Regan

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