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Wayne Arthur Rosciszewski

September 20, 1946 – September 5, 2021


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Wayne Rosciszewski, 74, of Queen Creek, passed away on Sunday, September 5, 2021.  He is survived by his loving wife, Evelyn (nee Sherwood) and sons, William (RaKell Bate-Rosciszewski) and Brian (Heather).  Also, survived by grandchildren, RheAnna, Breckin, Elizabeth and Alexander; brother, Dennis (Kathy); sister, Susan Syut Zainer (Gary); nieces, Jayme Moker (Andy) and Mandy Rogers (Tyler) and stepbrother, Robert Syut (the late Carla).  Predeceased by parents, Arthur Rosciszewski and Tillie Syut; stepfather, Joseph Syut, maternal grandmother, Rose Kolendowicz and Uncle, Edward Wojtkowski.

Wayne was born in 1946 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and grew up in a loving, multi-generational home.  He attended Boys Technical High School and over the years remained close friends with several classmates.  He then began his career as an electrician, working for WH Brady Company in Glendale, Wisconsin.  Wayne and Evelyn married in 1969 and in 1981, having lived in Wisconsin all his life and tired of the cold and snow, Wayne and his family moved to the Phoenix sunshine and heat.  Wayne always said, “You don’t have to shovel the sunshine!”  After working for Westinghouse Engineering for some time, he became unemployed, but eventually found himself working as an electrician at the Phoenix VA Medical Center, where he remained for twenty years working as an electrician, supervisor of the electrical shop and eventually project manager.  Wayne enjoyed many hobbies!  He loved trains and was a member of Paradise and Pacific Train Club at McCormick Stillman Railroad Park in Scottsdale.  Wayne also enjoyed performing old west reenactments with Arizona Gunfighters.  He loved western movies and music, especially John Wayne, Johnny Cash and was a great fan of the Ancient Aliens TV show.  But mostly, Wayne enjoyed life and truly loved his wife, family and friends.  Wayne had a great sense of humor.  His sense of humor never left him due to his ill health and was always able to entertain others.

Services will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, 7900 E. Main Street, Mesa, Arizona, at 10:00am on Monday, September 20, 2021.  This service will be brief and held outside. Unfortunately, due to the Covid 19 virus, there will be no gathering after his service.

In lieu of flowers, donations to a Hospice service, of your choice, can me made in Wayne’s memory.

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10 responses to “Wayne Arthur Rosciszewski”

  1. Chris Kellum says:

    Wayne was indeed a dear friend and fellow gunfighter with the best sense of humor. The best afternoon was having lunch after a rehearsal and sharing jokes, stories, food and fun with him and our fellow re-enactors. He will be sorely missed. Chris Kellum

  2. Ken & Dianne Clothier says:

    Eveiyn, Bill and Brian and families, we are so sorry for your loss. Wayne was a fun guy to be around. His sense of humor was up front wherever he was present. We know your memories will always keep him close. What a wonderful 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration you provided for your parents to enjoy their family and friends a couple years ago. A wonderful tribute to the years dedicated to each other and you boys. Little did we know it would be our last get together.
    Sincere condolences and love,
    Ken & Dianne Clothier

  3. Jeff Kerner says:

    Wayne will be missed. He leaves a void within at the Paradise & Pacific Railroad Club of Scottsdale.

  4. Paul Boston says:

    Wayne, or just “W” as he is known in his emails, was always someone looking forward while embracing the things of our youth. His ready smile and laugh will remain in the hearts and minds of all who knew him. We’ll all be together again sometime, but for now, my friend, may you rest in peace.
    Paul

  5. Glenn Gordon says:

    I am sorry here of Wayne’s passing. My condolences to the family. I met him through the Paradise and Pacific railroad club and he was always friendly towards everyone. He will be missed. Sincerely, Glenn Gordon

  6. Tom Tiedt says:

    Adios Amigo, till our trails cross again.

  7. Linda Sherwood says:

    The Tom and Linda Sherwood family send our sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved Wayne. He was definitely an original that will be remembered by many. Your family is in our prayers.

  8. Pat & Mugs McFadden says:

    Pat and knew Wayne and Ev during their years in Milwaukee. Pat met Wayne at Brady. We always had a great time together. We missed them when they moved south, but kept in touch and visited a dew times. ‘War’ was fun and funny; a good guy all around. Our condolences to hi family.

  9. Pat & Mugs McFadden says:

    Pat and I knew Wayne and Ev during their years in MiWe missed them when they moved south, but kept in touch and visited a dew times. ‘War’ was fun and funny; a good guy all around. Our condolences to hi family.

  10. Dan & Nik says:

    Adios Amigo Grande!

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Wayne Arthur Rosciszewski

September 20, 1946 – September 5, 2021


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Wayne Rosciszewski, 74, of Queen Creek, passed away on Sunday, September 5, 2021.  He is survived by his loving wife, Evelyn (nee Sherwood) and sons, William (RaKell Bate-Rosciszewski) and Brian (Heather).  Also, survived by grandchildren, RheAnna, Breckin, Elizabeth and Alexander; brother, Dennis (Kathy); sister, Susan Syut Zainer (Gary); nieces, Jayme Moker (Andy) and Mandy Rogers (Tyler) and stepbrother, Robert Syut (the late Carla).  Predeceased by parents, Arthur Rosciszewski and Tillie Syut; stepfather, Joseph Syut, maternal grandmother, Rose Kolendowicz and Uncle, Edward Wojtkowski.

Wayne was born in 1946 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and grew up in a loving, multi-generational home.  He attended Boys Technical High School and over the years remained close friends with several classmates.  He then began his career as an electrician, working for WH Brady Company in Glendale, Wisconsin.  Wayne and Evelyn married in 1969 and in 1981, having lived in Wisconsin all his life and tired of the cold and snow, Wayne and his family moved to the Phoenix sunshine and heat.  Wayne always said, “You don’t have to shovel the sunshine!”  After working for Westinghouse Engineering for some time, he became unemployed, but eventually found himself working as an electrician at the Phoenix VA Medical Center, where he remained for twenty years working as an electrician, supervisor of the electrical shop and eventually project manager.  Wayne enjoyed many hobbies!  He loved trains and was a member of Paradise and Pacific Train Club at McCormick Stillman Railroad Park in Scottsdale.  Wayne also enjoyed performing old west reenactments with Arizona Gunfighters.  He loved western movies and music, especially John Wayne, Johnny Cash and was a great fan of the Ancient Aliens TV show.  But mostly, Wayne enjoyed life and truly loved his wife, family and friends.  Wayne had a great sense of humor.  His sense of humor never left him due to his ill health and was always able to entertain others.

Services will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, 7900 E. Main Street, Mesa, Arizona, at 10:00am on Monday, September 20, 2021.  This service will be brief and held outside. Unfortunately, due to the Covid 19 virus, there will be no gathering after his service.

In lieu of flowers, donations to a Hospice service, of your choice, can me made in Wayne’s memory.

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10 responses to “Wayne Arthur Rosciszewski”

  1. Chris Kellum says:

    Wayne was indeed a dear friend and fellow gunfighter with the best sense of humor. The best afternoon was having lunch after a rehearsal and sharing jokes, stories, food and fun with him and our fellow re-enactors. He will be sorely missed. Chris Kellum

  2. Ken & Dianne Clothier says:

    Eveiyn, Bill and Brian and families, we are so sorry for your loss. Wayne was a fun guy to be around. His sense of humor was up front wherever he was present. We know your memories will always keep him close. What a wonderful 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration you provided for your parents to enjoy their family and friends a couple years ago. A wonderful tribute to the years dedicated to each other and you boys. Little did we know it would be our last get together.
    Sincere condolences and love,
    Ken & Dianne Clothier

  3. Jeff Kerner says:

    Wayne will be missed. He leaves a void within at the Paradise & Pacific Railroad Club of Scottsdale.

  4. Paul Boston says:

    Wayne, or just “W” as he is known in his emails, was always someone looking forward while embracing the things of our youth. His ready smile and laugh will remain in the hearts and minds of all who knew him. We’ll all be together again sometime, but for now, my friend, may you rest in peace.
    Paul

  5. Glenn Gordon says:

    I am sorry here of Wayne’s passing. My condolences to the family. I met him through the Paradise and Pacific railroad club and he was always friendly towards everyone. He will be missed. Sincerely, Glenn Gordon

  6. Tom Tiedt says:

    Adios Amigo, till our trails cross again.

  7. Linda Sherwood says:

    The Tom and Linda Sherwood family send our sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved Wayne. He was definitely an original that will be remembered by many. Your family is in our prayers.

  8. Pat & Mugs McFadden says:

    Pat and knew Wayne and Ev during their years in Milwaukee. Pat met Wayne at Brady. We always had a great time together. We missed them when they moved south, but kept in touch and visited a dew times. ‘War’ was fun and funny; a good guy all around. Our condolences to hi family.

  9. Pat & Mugs McFadden says:

    Pat and I knew Wayne and Ev during their years in MiWe missed them when they moved south, but kept in touch and visited a dew times. ‘War’ was fun and funny; a good guy all around. Our condolences to hi family.

  10. Dan & Nik says:

    Adios Amigo Grande!

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