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Christopher Richard "Kaz" Kasuboski

07/07/1961 - 06/21/2020

His love and laughter on Earth have become a call to Heaven for Christopher “Kaz” Richard Kasuboski, 58, of Omro, Wisconsin, his haven of endless bow hunting and fishing. Chris passed away unexpectedly at his home on Sunday, June 21, 2020. He was born in Oshkosh on July 7, 1961, the son of Richard and late Barbara (Doro) Kasuboski. He graduated from Omro High School in 1980. On July 25, 1981, six years after their first date, dance, and kiss, he married Heidi Cathryn (Hulbert) Kasuboski, his high school sweetheart. Chris worked as a semi-truck driver for N & M Transfer, Inc. for 30 years. It was a job he took pride in, delivering each piece of freight with gusto and the “Kaz cackle” to his customers, his second family.

Chris enjoyed bow and gun hunting, fishing, being on the water, reading about wildlife, practicing his perfectly honed turkey call, socializing, playing cribbage, and dancing with flawless footwork to classic old-time tunes. Chris will be remembered for his work ethic, boundless energy, dedication to God and others, warmth, kindness, and love for life, family, and friends. Chris was a proud and loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, son and uncle. His sincere love for his wife, children, and each and every grandchild was tangible and evident in the way he lived each day of his life. Chris loved hard and laughed louder. His gregarious personality was magnetic, and his laugh was infectious. The “Kaz cackle” could be heard from a mile away, and no one ever forgot it.

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; father, Richard Kasuboski; brothers: Randy (Peggy) Kasuboski; Kevin(Brenda) Kasuboski; Shawn (Paula) Kasuboski; and Quentin (Tara) Kasuboski; sisters: Maria (David) Leichtnam, Laurie Tostenson, and Annette (Steve) Churney; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Kasuboski; and father-in-law, Clyde Hulbert.

Please join our family in celebrating his life as we send him to heaven. Kaz’s celebration of life will be held on Friday, July 10, 2020 at Scott Park, 515 E. Main Street, Omro, WI. Gathering will begin at 4:00 pm with a prayer service starting at 5:00, dinner bell 6:00, and dance celebration to follow. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established. We look forward to celebrating with you a life of the outdoors, honoring the memories of an amazing individual, the life of Chris Kasuboski.

If you wish please submit online condolences to muellerfh.net.

Bob and Jan Schmid wrote on July 10, 2020
We are truly sorry for your loss and being a close cousin makes it worse. Due to covid-19 we are at a high risk factor and advised not to take part in large gatherings, so we will not attend the service. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all

Lynne Osterlie wrote on July 6, 2020
Chris was a larger than life, big spirited and kind man to myself and all of his N&M customers. As the Account Manager for most of Chris's territory I can attest to how beloved he was by everyone with whom he came in contact. I would consistently receive positive comments about him and how much people looked forward to his arrival, bringing his raucous laugh and huge heart and smile along with him. He was a great partner to myself and all of his customers, always willing to go the extra mile to help anyone. I often heard happy stories of time spent with his family, especially his grandchildren, children and of course, Heidi. I offer my sincerest condolences and pray you will find some peace in knowing how much he truly loved you all, and was loved by so many. Although he still will live on in our hearts, he will be dearly missed here on earth.

Beverly Kumbier wrote on June 29, 2020
Heidi, you and your family have my deepest and heartfelt sympathies

Kim Chapin and family wrote on June 26, 2020
Chris was a great man, full of life! That loud, boisterous laugh will be missed in the neighborhood. We wish we could take away your pain. We will keep Chris's memory alive by sharing stories. Keep posting those pictures on Facebook. They make us smile, especially the vidoes. We are seconds away Heidi, don't be afraid to call on us. That's what friends and neighbors are for! .Sending our love and deepest sympathy to you, the kids and grandkids.?

Tara & Gregg Farrell wrote on June 26, 2020
Our hearts go out to you. We are thinking of you and praying for healing and comfort. We always enjoyed seeing Chris at birthday parties. He was full of fun and laughter! Please lean on us if there is anything you need.

Dawn & Katie Hershberger wrote on June 26, 2020
Chris was a warm and caring next-door neighbor, welcoming our family 24 years ago. His love for life and family was forever glowing and evident, out playing loudly and vividly every day as if he was having more fun than the kids. The positive vibes, cheerfulness, and contagious laugh emanated for miles. His energy and pride were also obvious as he worked endlessly in the yard with his straw hat, no shirt, tanning away. I’m so sorry for the pain of his tragic loss. Know that we are all praying and here for anything needed in these difficult times.

Lylla Lux wrote on June 26, 2020
Heidi & Family ... I wish I could Take away Your Pain.. Remember the Wonderful Memories.. You were Blessed with So Many Years Worth.. Wishing You All PEACE during This SAD Time in Your Lives..