July 22, 1952 – July 28, 2022
Kenneth John Mosca, July 22, 1952 – July 28 2022 In the early morning hours of Thursday July 28, 2022 Kenneth John Mosca, of Boylston, Ma, passed away in his home surrounded by loving family. After battling several health issues over 7 years, he is now at peace. Kenny most enjoyed his loving family (especially the ones who called him Grampy), sitting on the patio with his wife Debbie and their dog Abby and road trips He also loved time with friends, and a beautiful day on a golf course. We will most miss his fun easy going nature, sweet smile, gentle heart and unconditional love and support for those he loved. Kenny had a gift for the perfect words of consolation after a poorly struck golf ball and a strong ability to “keep it real” with a sense of humor. Kenny is preceded in death by his parents Salvatore and Barbara Mosca, his son Brian Mosca and his brother in law Joseph Drenga. He is survived by his soulmate and wife of 19 years Debbie Mosca, his beloved schnauzer Abby, His children: Bonnie Gaudet, her husband Chris Gaudet and their sons Zachary and Dylan; Daniel Pittinger his wife Erin Pittinger and their son Jackson; Katherine Butterfield, her husband Andy Butterfield and their daughters Reese and Logan and son Mason: Amy Mosca her husband Glenn Obey and their son Gavin; Andrew Mosca, his wife Kim Mosca and their sons Ryan, Owen and Parker; His brothers James Mosca and wife Mary, Paul Mosca and wife Judy, his sister Judy Drenga, As well as many special nieces nephews and great nieces and nephews Per Kenny’s wishes, there will be no services. Family and close friends will gather at a future date to celebrate his life. In lieu of flowers the family suggests a contribution to St Jude children’s Research Hospital (stjude.org) or an animal shelter of your choice.See more See Less
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