Chris Kasuboski Obituary, Death – Christopher “Kaz” Richard Kasuboski, 58, of Omro, Wisconsin, his refuge of unending bow hunting and fishing, has passed away. His love and laughter on earth have become a call to Heaven for Christopher “Kaz” Richard Kasuboski. Chris unexpectedly died away in the comfort of his own home.
The 7th of July, 1961 found him being brought into the world in Oshkosh as the son of Richard and Barbara (Doro) Kasuboski. In 1980, he received his diploma from Omro High School. Six years after their first date, dance, and kiss, he wed Heidi Cathryn (Hulbert) Kasuboski on July 25, 1981. Heidi Cathryn (Hulbert) Kasuboski had been his high school love.
Chris spent the better part of the last three decades employed for N & M Transfer, Inc. as a semi-truck driver. It was a job that he took great delight in, delivering each piece of freight with verve and the “Kaz cackle” to his clients, whom he considered to be his second family. Chris enjoyed hunting with both a bow and a gun, fishing, being on the lake.
Reading about wildlife, perfecting his turkey call, socializing, playing cribbage, and dancing to traditional old-time music with immaculate footwork. Chris’s work ethic, limitless energy, dedication to God and others, warmth, friendliness, and love for life, family, and friends will be the things that people remember most about him.
Chris was a devoted and proud husband, father, grandfather, brother, son, and uncle. He also had two sons and two brothers. The genuine love that he had for his wife, children, and all of his grandchildren was palpable and plain to see in the way that he carried out each and every day of his life. Chris loved deeply and laughed even more heartily. His outgoing nature drew people to him like a magnet, and his laugh was contagious. The infamous “Kaz cackle” was so distinctive that no one could ever forget hearing it even a mile away.
Chris is survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Heidi Cathryn Kasuboski, his children: Kendal (Jeff) Jachthuber, Kyle (Tina) Kasuboski and Kraig (Crystal) Kasuboski; grandchildren: Greysen, Rowen, Sulliven, Kash, Brynn, Gavin and Fletcher; his father, Richard Kasuboski; brothers: Randy (Peggy) Kasuboski; Kevin