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John E. Osiecki, Jr.

John E. Osiecki, Jr.

November 23, 1945 — September 6, 2022

John Edward Osiecki Jr., age 76, passed away on September 06, 2022.

Jack was born in Chicago, IL on November 23, 1945 to John and Josephine Osiecki. The family moved to the Baltimore, MD area in 1955 where he spent most of his life before moving to Missouri in 2010.

He loved tinkering with cars and spent his working career in various auto dealerships, usually General Motors. He had a 1970 Plymouth Road Runner that he was always fine tuning. He was especially fond of Pontiacs. He had a 1987 Pontiac Trans Am that was his pride and joy. He was always cleaning and polishing it to keep it looking its best.

He also was very interested in music. He has a vast collection of 45s, albums and CDs. He loved listening to the oldies. He was also handy with his hands. He liked to build things, something he learned from working with his father.

Jack was a big fan of the Baltimore Orioles and he didn’t miss watching a Ravens game even after moving to Missouri. He enjoyed watching the Kansas City Royals and the Chiefs.

Jack was preceded in death by both of his parents, John and Josephine Osiecki, his son John Osiecki III and his step-son Robert Martin.

He is survived by his wife Daylene Osiecki. They were together for 42 years. Four sisters, Carlotta Bear, Caryn Clark, Cathy Osiecki and Carol Phillips, all in Maryland. One brother, Peter Osiecki who resides in Florida. Along with many nieces and nephews.

The family would like to specially thank the staff of Kansas City Hospice and Palliative Care for all their care and concerns.

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The family would like to specially thank the staff of Kansas City Hospice and Palliative Care for all their care and concerns.

John E. Osiecki, Jr.'s Guestbook

To my Friend Daylene (Wife) The time you shared with your husband will always be in your heart so let the peace of God give you comfort and understanding to the second half of life I speak to you as a friend and from someone who has been there, you did your part now is the time to let God do his. Love you/take care.

Linda Cody Receptionist Villages of Jackson Creek

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