|(Wednesday - September 16, 2020)
- John M. Rossato, age 57, of Iron Mountain, passed away on Tuesday,
September 15, at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in Green Bay. John
generously made the choice to Give Life by donating his organs as a
John was born October 4, 1962, in Iron
Mountain, son of the late Mario and Mary Lou (LaJeunesse) Rossato. John
grew up in Iron Mountain and was a graduate of Iron Mountain High
School, class of 1980. He married Julie Finendale on February 7, 1981.
He worked for Louisiana Pacific as a Millwright for over 20 years. John
also worked for Besse Forest Products in Gladstone and the Midtown Mall
in Iron Mountain. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and will be missed by his
family and numerous friends.
Survivors include three sons, Jason
(Rachael Kopp) Rossato of Roxboro, North Carolina, Matt Rossato and Tony
(Simone) Rossato, both of Kingsford; grandchildren, Alyssa Tramontin,
Parker Rossato and Aria Rossato; one brother, Peter (Teresa) Rossato of
Kingsford; two sisters, Anne (John) Main of Green Bay and Jane Rossato
of Iron Mountain; special uncle, Jim LaJeunesse; and special aunt, Marie
"Sissy" LaJeunesse. John is further survived by his former wife, Julie
Finendale; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews; and many
other relatives and friends.
John was preceded in death by his
parents Mario and Mary Lou, his grandparents, uncles and aunts, and his
former father-in-law, Robert "Red" Finendale.
Visitation will be
held on Monday, September 21, from 9:30 until 11:00 AM at the Jacobs
Funeral Home in Iron Mountain. Private family services will follow.
John's family would like to thank the nurses, doctors and staff at
Aurora BayCare ICU3, the transplant team from UW Madison, and the
doctors and nurses and staff at Dickinson County Hospital ICU, for
providing compassionate care to John and treating the visiting family
members with kindness during this most difficult time.
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The family has chosen the Jacobs Funeral Home and Cremation Services
of Iron Mountain to honor John's legacy of life.