Mario Boskovic, age 58 of Willowick, passed away July 17th, 2016 at Metro Hospital with his loving wife by his side. Mario was born February 11, 1958 in Blato, Croatia. He worked at Conn-Selmer in Eastlake as a machinist.
He is survived by his loving wife of 26 years: Gail (nee Burdick) Boskovic; step son: Chuck (Kerry) Cybulski; grandchildren: Madelin and Ryan Cybulski; mother: Mara Boskovic; brother: Nick (Tonya) Boskovic; nephews: Mark Boskovic and Gregory A. Thompson; nieces: Nicole Boskovic and Tina M. (Jason) Lallo;
He is preceded in death by his father Ivan Boskovic.
Services will be private.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral Home, 6330 Center Street, Mentor.
15 Replies to “Mario Boskovic”
Oh Gail I cannot express how deeply sad I am for you Mario was the sweetest kindest man I have ever met. God has another Angel in heaven.
I am soooo sorry for your loss. I know how much he was so loved and will be missed!! I just saw your recent pictures and he looked so good with all of you in the picture!! I’m praying for all of you and yours. God Bless!
Mario was a genuine nice guy. We always enjoyed his company at family gatherings and ball games.He will be missed. Blessings as he makes his transition
I am truly sorry for your loss. Mario was always a kind and helpful person. He was a great competitor and ambassador of the game of darts. He will be truly missed.
One of the truly great people I’ve ever met. Never an unkind word, something that is rare in today’s society. To Gail and family, so sorry for your loss.
We really enjoyed shooting darts with you. RIP Mario
So many many wonderful memories from darts to cooking clams. So very sorry for your loss Gayle and family. Our condolences and prayers are with you. Much love, Lynda and John Fetchet
Sincerest condolences to Gail, the Boskovic family, and all of Mario’s friends (especially his dart friends). I’ll always remember Mario first, as one of the nicest guys I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. Secondly, as one hell of a good dart thrower! RIP Mario.
Our sincere condolences to Gail and the entire family. Mario was one of a kind and we are truly sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers
Gail, my heart aches for you and your loss. He was such an amazing man. The love you shared was obvious and only few come to know. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you and your family.
SO VERY SORRY FOR THE WHOLE BOSKOVIC FAMILY ON THERE LOSS. MARIO WAS THE LAUGHTER OF ANY GATHERING. HE HAD QUICK WIT AND A SMILE AND LAUGH TO GO WITH IT. I HAVE MANY GREAT MEMORIES OF OUR MANY TRAVELS PLAYING DARTS IN VARIOUS LOCATIONS. YOU WILL TRULY BE MISSED BY MANY BUT ESPECIALLY BY GAIL. THERE’S NOT MANY TIMES IN ONE’S LIFE TO BE IN THE PRESENCE OF SUCH TRUE LOVE. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL.
Gail Mario was such a good man always smiling, I am so sorry for your loss.
We are sorry for your loss and truly sorry for your loss. Fond memories of Mario and you Gail exist. Our condolences to you and your family during this difficult time.
Met Mario through darts in the 90’s.A very accomplished darter and one of the nicest persons I have met to date.Still tell my story when I was up and coming(still am) and I was sitting on 70 and he had 156 to go and Mario’s teammates were razzing him(Gary Hull,Eugene etc.) he took out the game like it was nothing.Very gracious in winning and will missed greatly.A real classy guy.
Gail, I am so sad for your loss. You and Mario have been on my mind lately. Mario is absolutely one of the most wonderful man ever. I have told many people that you and Mario are the greatest couple. I hope you and the family will keep Mario’s humor and smile in your hearts forever. I am blessed and fortunate to have been part of your lives.