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Morris Kolassa

Morris C. "Kub" Kolassa

Thursday, November 26th, 1931 - Saturday, November 14th, 2020
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Obituary

Morris “Kub” Carl Kolassa, 88 of Bronson passed away Saturday, November 14, 2020 at Maple Lawn.

In following his wishes cremation has taken place. There will be a Memorial Mass to celebrate Kub’s life at St. Mary of Assumption Church in the spring of 2021. The family was cared for by Dutcher Funeral Home.

Morris was born November 26, 1931 to Edward and Eleanor (Horkey) Kolassa in Bronson. After graduation from high school, he began a long career as an entrepreneur. Kub owned the Bronson Party Store, the Matteson Lake Store, and Dairy Queen in Coldwater over the years. He also drove the bus for the Bronson Schools as well as working at Burr Oak Tool & Die in Sturgis before retiring. On March 18, 1951 he married the love of his life, Inez Snyder in Bronson. She preceded him in death on January 22, 2019.

Morris was a man of faith and a long-time member of St. Mary’s and the Knights of Columbus. He was an avid Notre Dame fan. Kub enjoyed spending time golfing, playing cards with family and friends, as well as bowling. He liked to travel north riding snowmobiles and deer hunting. Kub was also fond of spending time boating and swimming. His true joy in life was being with family and friends. He will be missed by many.

Mr. Kolassa is survived by his children Kathy (James) Mantle of Monticello, KY, Melissa Capron of Richland, and Jody (Joe) Beck of Bronson; eight grandchildren, ten great grandchildren; and many nieces & nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his loving wife of 67 years, Inez Kolassa; his son Jeffery Kolassa; his daughter-in-law Patricia Kolassa; his brother Robert Kolassa; his sister Mary Katherine Kupecki; and his great grandson Jackson Mantle.

Memorials may be directed to the Bronson Library or St. Mary’s School. www.dutcherfh.com
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There will be a Memorial Mass to celebrate Kub’s life at St. Mary of Assumption Church in the spring of 2021.

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Bryan Kibiloski

Posted at 08:31pm
I'm very sorry to hear the news of "KUB"...........what a wonderfully great man. He was fun, and a great person to talk with. I loved riding his bus in grade school. He famously gave me the nickname of "SID".....no idea why, but it was his way of having fun with people. My best to everyone........
Bryan Kibs (Sid)
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Rod Somerlott

Posted at 06:41am
Kub wascan extremely popular man. He drove the bison our class trip to Cedar Point in 1967. I cleaned up the mess! Years later we were hunting partners in Ralph, Mi. Kub, have a piece of apple pie in heaven,, I learned from Dad! Rod Somerlott
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Jeannie Hoard Ammermann

Posted at 06:20pm
So sorry to hear of Kub's passing.. I rode his bus for many years and remember his years at the stores.. Love Kub and Inez.. Always said something to bring a smile or a laugh.. He will surely be missed by all..
 
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Marcia Youngquist Posted at 01:16am

So sorry to hear this news The world is a sadder place without Kub. He had a gift of humor that could touch the heart and bring a smile even in trying times. He and Inez were amongst the first visitors at the hospital as soon as they learned that my dad had suffered a catastrophic brain hemorrhage. They had been friends since their school years and claimed responsibility for getting my parents together. I’ve heard many funny stories of their double dates. Heaven will be a joyful place with all of them together again. Deepest condolences to all the family.
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