Cary C. Bosak, husband and father, brother and friend, outstanding son of Andrean High School and the University of Notre Dame, passed away November 5, 2021, following a heart attack. He was surrounded by his loving wife and four children.
Cary Bosak was a man of integrity and humility, philanthropy and love. That was evident in his 29-year marriage to Jen and his devotion to their kids, Cam, Carson, Logan and Cade. It was evident in his leadership at Bosak Motors, where his attitude and work ethic inspired the best from all who worked alongside him. Whether you were his oldest friend or just meeting him, you could just feel it — there was an energy and a joy he carried with him. Cary Bosak loved his life.
He was born on August 19, 1960 into a big family with deep roots in Northwest Indiana. During his 61 years, Cary embodied so many ideals that we, as a society, strive to represent. He was loving, intelligent, understanding and, above all else, kind... likely because he learned from the best. His dad, Jack, was a Notre Dame graduate and lifelong fan, as well as an exceptional businessman, devout Catholic and steadfast community servant. His mom, Barbara, is a dedicated and resilient matriarch, fortified by her strong faith and deep love of family. Cary was part of the third generation of the Bosak family business, a role he loved and one he shared with his siblings, Skip (John), Greg and Theresa.
Cary is reunited with his father, Jack Bosak. His spirit is carried on by his wife Jennifer and their four children, Cameron, Carson, Logan and Caden; his mother, Barbara; his brother Skip (John) and his wife Cora; his niece, Shawn Bosak Borman, her husband, Andy and their son, Leo; His nephew Brad, his wife Christina and their daughter Riley, his brother Greg and his wife, Deb, as well as their kids Nick (and his wife Devin), Brooke, Adam and John; his sister Theresa and her husband, Scott Haislip, as well as their kids Calvin, Spencer, Caitlin, Cooper, Sydney and Reagan; nephew Grayson and niece Georgia; his dear friends who count him as a brother, as well as the small army of their kids who knew him as “Uncle Cary”; and an extended community of family, friends and neighbors from every walk of life.
The family will be holding a private Catholic service. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the American Heart Association.