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Jeremy D Kass

February 1, 2022

Obituary

 

February 1st, 2022, our Jedi, Jeremy Kass passed away at his home surrounded by the love of his family. Jeremy would say the secret to life is the number 42. 42 is the ultimate answer to life, the universe, and everything. (This is a joke from the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.) Jeremy courageously battled stage 4 colon/rectal cancer, brain surgery for a tumor, stroke, heart surgery,  and colon rectal surgery. He calmly sat in his chair and watched the tornado that hit Boscobel. He had no issues with having COVID twice. Jeremy said to the universe, “What else you got for me?" In his 20's he learned fencing, earned his black belt in Japanese style Goju Kai, was a bouncer and DJ. One of his sayings he liked to use when you first met him was, " I'm Kass, Kassanova." 

 Jeremy also met the love of his life, Nicolle. Together they made two amazing kids, Ayla and Ronin. They enjoyed many adventures and travels together including Cancun, France, London, New Orleans, Vegas, Washington DC, Alabama, and South Carolina. Jeremy was a police officer for the Madison Capitol Police, Arena Police, and Boscobel Police Department. He always said he wanted to be a superhero and catch the bad guys. Jeremy loved to joke because he said it took the scariness out of every situation. Some of his jokes included pranking his chemotherapy nurses into thinking he was eating his BM from his colostomy bag, telling a nurse after his colon rectal surgery he didn't understand why he wasn't pooping out his butt anymore. Her face was priceless! Jeremy scared the brain surgeon intern by pretending to fall; the intern almost broke his phone by dropping it. And Jeremy told his cardiologist he would have no problem being awake for surgery since he was used to sitting for hours of video gaming. The cardiologist's face showed he was clueless.

 Most of all, Jeremy had a big heart. He loved his community and was so happy to protect and serve. He loved his family tremendously and fought extremely hard to see his kids grow up. We will share his funny stories to make other people laugh, just as he would want it.    Online condolences can be sent to www.kendallfuneralservice.com

We will have a celebration of life party May 7th at Kronshage  Park in Boscobel.

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Services

Celebration of Life Visitation
Saturday
May 7, 2022

11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Kronshage Park
1604 Wisconsin Avenue
Boscobel, WI 53805

Celebration of Life at a Later Date

Kronshage Park
1604 Wisconsin Avenue
Boscobel, WI 53805

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