Clarence Hosch Jr  November 22 1963  October 03 2019

Clarence Hosch Jr November 22 1963 October 03 2019

November 22 1963 October 03 2019
Clarence’s Obituary Clarence Hosch Jr. better known as “Bi” to so many was born November 22, 1963 in Chicago, Illinois to his parents Martha and Clarence Hosch Sr. Clarence Jr. was baptized at an early age at Christian Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. John Taylor Clarence Jr. began his education at May Elementary and continued on into Shurz until he graduated. After that he attended a mechanical trade school for many years. In July of 1987, Clarence Jr. walked into a local establishment and met the love of his life Charlotte Ellison. His opening line was “why do you look so mean, smile!” Later on, they had his only child Crystal Irene Hosch his biggest accomplishment. Crystal married Silas Ogah who Clarence loved very much. He often jokingly said he loved him cause he was from the mother land. Crystal and Silas blessed him with his only granddaughter who was the light of his life, Madison Kimberly Ogah. On October3, 2019 at 4:19 a.m. God gave Clarence Jr. his golden crown and called him home. Clarence Sr. (father); Mary Morgan (grandmother); and Ruben Batteast (uncle) preceded him in death. Clarence Jr. leaves to cherish his loving memory: His mother, Martha (Leon); daughter, Crystal (Silas); granddaughter, Madison; older brother, Kent (Monique); only sister, Tynell (Durwon); baby brother, Steven (Kathy); three aunts; one uncle; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins as well as lifelong friends. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Clarence Hosch Jr November 22 1963 October 03 2019.

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Death notice for the town of: Maywood, state: Illinois

death notice Clarence Hosch Jr November 22 1963 October 03 2019

obituary notice Clarence Hosch Jr November 22 1963 October 03 2019

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