We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Conte-Giamberardino Funeral Home
Alexander (Alex) Rotsko Sr. of Boxford, MA passed away on Sept 1st, 2022. He was born and raised in Somerset MA and was the son of Fred and Tekla Rotsko. He is predeceased by his high school sweetheart and wife of 55 years Cynthia A. Rotsko. He is survived by Alex Rotsko Jr. and his wife Eleanor of York Beach, ME, Brent Rotsko and his wife Jana of Chester NH, Alicyn Lamontagne and her husband Tim of Brasstown, NC and Rex Rotsko of Columbus, TX.
Alex attended Somerset High School where he excelled as a student and athlete. He was on the honor roll all 4 years and graduated 2nd in his class. He was president of the student council, sports editor for the school newspaper, and a member of the drama club. He was a 3-sport athlete earning nine letters in football, basketball and baseball and was selected to all-league teams six times. Alex set a school record when he scored 6 Touchdowns in a game. He was inducted into the inaugural hall of fame class at Somerset High School. Upon graduation he attended Michigan University on an academic scholarship and earned an engineering degree. While attending Michigan he played on the baseball team. Once he graduated, he returned to Massachusetts and worked at General Electric and became head of the engineering department and later as a consultant for Turbocare. In his later years he worked at the Boxford Library, delivered Meals on Wheels and was a volunteer driver for the elderly. He was a resident of Boxford from 1956 to 2021 before moving to Bedford NH.
Alex enjoyed spending time with his family including his 4 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. He loved attending his children’s sporting events, working outdoors, playing music with his friends, vacationing with his wife, and coaching. While living in Boxford he coached little league and pony league baseball and girls’ softball. He eventually coached the first Boxford/Topsfield American Legion team. He was a devoted Red Sox, Patriots, and Michigan fan. Alex will always be remembered for his love of learning, his analytical curiosity, his unassuming nature and of course his annual 4th of July lobster bake.
As per Alex’s request, there will be no services. Those wishing to honor him may make a donation to Brookhaven Hospice, 2 Bedford Farms Dr, Bedford, NH 03110. To share a memory or photo of Alex with his family, please visit www.cgfuneralhomegeorgetown.com
The Conte - Giamberardino Funeral Home, 14 Pleasant Street, Georgetown has been entrusted with Alex's care.