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Francis M. C. Bosak ’31

Published in Nov. 11, 1992, issue

MIKE DIED Sept. 15, 1992, in Wesley Village, Penn. He prepared at Phillips Exeter Academy, where he was on the golf and tennis teams. While at Princeton, he was a member of the Exeter Club, Catholic Club, Whig Hall. and Arbor Inn. He roomed all four years with H.C. Adam Jr. Mike was a printer and publisher, serving as president of Obrana Press in Scranton, until he retired in 1964. He served on the boards of the Slovak Heritage Society, North Pocono Library, Lackawanna Historical Society, and Wesley Village. Mike and his late wife, Mil, traveled extensively, and he was an awardwinning photographer. Mike is survived by three daughters Dorothy, Marcia, and Elaine; son Barry F. '62; nine grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. We will miss him and send our sympathy to his family.

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