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James “Jim” Rogosienski (Rogo)

Born to Eternal Life on April 18, 2022, age 71 years.  Loving husband of Sandi for 33 years.  Dear father of Corey(Carrie), Katie(James Dienberg) Torgerson, Andi(Jeff Phillips), Liann(Nick) Liegler, Emily(Brandon Vogel).  Proud grandfather of Alyssa(Kalen) Waite, Kaitlyn(Jesus Cordova) Rogosienski, Tyler(Gabby Schmidt) Rogosienski, Evelyn Liegler, James Liegler, Ava Torgerson, Wyatt Liegler, William Liegler, Cecilia Liegler, Hunter Vogel, Wesley Vogel.  Great Grandpa of Gio Cordova.  Brother of Jerry(June), Cindy(Dick) Kushner, Mike(Jo), Bonnie(Steve) Amundsen, Laura(Dale) English, Bob(Debbie) Wood, Nick(Gina), and Angie.  Brother-in-law of Deb(Bob) Tice and Kathi(Greg) Baril.  Son-in-law of Roger(Shirley) Rabska.  Also survived by brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.  Preceded in death by his parents and his grandson Owen.

A visitation will be held Saturday from 10-2 at the Funeral Home, 4800 S. 84th St.  A Funeral Service will follow at 2PM.  To honor Jim’s memory, please wear Badger attire or colors. 

Jim would have considered his love for his family as his greatest achievement.  He enjoyed sharing many activities and memories with them.  Over the years he was his grandkids number one fan, whether it was in sports, dance, or other activities they enjoyed. The one event that Jim looked forward to every year was the family trip to the lake in Mercer where endless memories were made. He spent hours on the lake teaching kids to ski, tubing, fishing, and losing at least 1 hat a year to the water. His love of the outdoors was evident on the numerous camping trips with friends and family.

Jim’s love of sports, especially the Wisconsin Badgers was second to none. He would spend endless hours watching or attending football, hockey or baseball games with friends & family and enjoying his favorite Miller High Life. The WHAoG (Wisconsin Hockey Ambassadors of Goodwill) were what he considered some of the best friends you could have and he cherished all the amazing memories they made. His love of sports didn’t end there, Jim dedicated his time as an umpire for the South Milwaukee Little League for over 40+ years and had the honor of umpiring at the Little League Regional Tournament in Indianapolis to cap off his umpiring career.

Jim was proud to have retired as a master journeyman electrician after 47 years. His extensive  knowledge on everything from construction to fixing cars was like no other. He was always ready & willing to help anyone who needed it with any project they had.

God must have needed a new handyman to help others with his gifts.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to South Milwaukee Little League are appreciated.


  1. Nancy April 20, 2022 at 4:00 pm - Reply

    I am so sorry for your loss. What a legacy he leaves behind.
    May your memories always be warm and bring comfort in the coming days and weeks.

  2. Ray-Prudlow Shelley Ann April 20, 2022 at 6:12 pm - Reply

    Our deepest condolences for your loss..may all the memories bring you comfort..Jim was a PHENOMENAL MAN..RIP YOU WILL BE DEEPLY MISSED ❤️🥰💐🙏

  3. Jeff Jagler April 20, 2022 at 8:48 pm - Reply

    Sandi and family, so sorry for your loss. Jim was one of the kindest souls on earth. God Bless

  4. Kris & Rick Kopp April 21, 2022 at 12:50 pm - Reply

    We are so sorry for your loss. Wishing you comfort and peace in the days ahead and loving memories to hold in your heart.

  5. Al and Rosie Schaefer April 21, 2022 at 8:47 pm - Reply

    Sandi—We are so sorry to hear this sad news! Our Sympathies to you and your Family 🙏.

  6. Mike Rabska April 22, 2022 at 6:29 am - Reply

    My sincerest sympathies to you Sandy and the rest of the entire family RIP Jim

  7. Patty Suchla April 23, 2022 at 1:22 pm - Reply

    Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time! Jim was such a Dear and will be missed by all who knew him! My Deepest Sympathy to you all! May Jim RIP! Sending my love and lots of hugs!

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