Born On: June 04, 1970

Passed On: January 06, 2018

Jeanette Lee Kosloski

After a protracted battle with cancer, Jeanette Lee Kosloski passed away peacefully January 6th, 2018 with her family by her side at the age of 47. Jeanette was born in Lansing, Michigan on June 4th, 1970 to David Lee and Carol “Sue” Moss. She leaves behind her husband of 23 years, Larry William Kosloski; daughter, Chelsey Lee Kosloski, and stepdaughter, Trisha Ellen Kosloski; mother, Carol “Sue” Moss; 3 grandchildren, Caleb, Anodyne, and Phineas; 2 sisters, Tammy (Denny) Krouse, Susan (Joe) Bates, and one brother, Michael Rolfe;  4 nephews, Andrew, Joe, Matthew, and Brandon and 2 nieces, Stacie, and Melissa, and 1 duck, Paddles. Jeanette was preceded in death by her father, David Lee Moss, and her sister, Mary Ann Myles.

Jeanette loved spending time with her family and friends, fishing, and caring for animals. Her wishes were not to have a gathering of mourning at a funeral, but to have a celebration of life, which the family will hold at a later date to be determined. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to your local Humane Society or the American Cancer Society.

5 thoughts on “Jeanette Lee Kosloski

  1. Kathy

    Not a minute goes by that I don’t miss you. I miss our goofy trips to yard sales, fishing (in the rain, and hiding in the boathouse), trips to town, just laughing at stupid stuff, and watching those silly LMN movies that you just had to see them through, even though they were stupid sometimes. What I won’t miss is the pain and suffering that you endured while fighting like a warrior. Life just won’t be the same without you but know this…you will forever be in my heart. It was an honor to have you as my sister-in-law, just not nearly long enough. Fly high angel, please look out for us. I feel better knowing you’re on our side. I love you Jeanette.

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  2. Jessica

    It’s not really hitting me because I’m not at the cottage and everything since the day you passed has only been online for me to see. I made the tribute video in your memory and play the song from the video at least once a day. You are loved and will be missed by all of us. I’m not good with words and such when it comes to these things because I haven’t had to deal with it as often as people normally do. We do love you and love Uncle Larry and things just won’t be the same with you gone. 🙁

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  3. Kaye Armstrong

    Back in 1982 we both stood in the rain waiting on the school bus to start our new journey in life together at Pattengale junior high. We were so scared not knowing a soul you introduced yourself as i did to you and thats were are story begins. We hit it off so good that it was hard for our parents to separate us. You become my bestfriend. So many times we comforted each other during our teenage years. Your family become my secound family as mine did for you. I know we put our parents threw some hell growing up but i would like to think you were the ying to my yang. Ever since i met you you’ve always had a fasination and love for animals of all kinds. I must admit some of them grossed me out (spiders) yuck but there was not a animal breed that you didnt love. There was never any doubt in my mind ever of your loving nature not only to the animal kingdom but for me. One of my foundest memories is how we would go up to your dads job dressed all crazy as he put it and he would always try to act mad at us for wearing our crazy 80s get ups but he always would smile. As the years past you were always there no matter what. I remember going to your grandpas house and riding in his helicopter with you. I seen you get married and shortly after i can remember the excitement in your voice when telling me that you were gonna have a baby. Hell we were so inseparable we wven worked together a few times. I could write a book about you as I am sure you could me. I will forever love you girl and i will miss you until we meet again. I can only imagine what crazy animal you will have then. I dont believe in good byes so i will tell you i will see you again. Please say hello to my mom n your dad in heaven and give them both a big hug. I love you

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  4. Jacob Soule

    Jeanette, what can I say. I miss you so damn much. Your attitude and wit were something else! I really grew to love you auntie. The cottage won’t be the same, but I promise you this lady, your family loves you, we will never forget you. It’ll be so hard to sit on the deck without you. We will laugh and find happiness. I know you’ll always look down on us and be with us. Missing your voice and laughter is what tears me up. I grew to love you and I’m pretty sure I grew on you too. I love you Jeanette, I have great memories in my heart. Xoxo – Jake-

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  5. Tammy Wynn

    I will always remember her as one of my favorite patients at our office. Her fight with cancer was inspirational and heroic , and showed just how much she truly loved her life. May your family find the peace and comfort you need in the days to come.

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