Amile R. Kosh Jr., age 80, of Beacon Falls entered into rest on Thursday, October 13, 2022 at his home with his loving wife by his side and his beloved kitty, Q-Tip. He was the devoted husband of Dolores “Dolly” (Chanko) Kosh for over 22 years. Amile was born on August 31, 1942 in Derby, son of the late Amile Sr. and Dorothy (Wheeler) Kosh, and was a Shelton resident before settling in Beacon Falls in 1972.
After being engaged for 11 years, Amile and Dolly were married in 2000 in Beacon Falls. Together they enjoyed camping in their motorhome around CT and were members of Family Campers and RVers, Cardinals Chapter for over 23 years, attending several rallies in neighboring states, they also belonged to Gold Wing Touring Association (GWTA); Valley Riders, Shelton Chapter and Southern Cruisers Riding Club (SCRC). Both being motorcycle enthusiasts, Amile and Dolly attended Americade and attended the Lake George rally yearly, making new friends and memories.
Amile is survived by his beloved cousins, Linda Stahl and her husband, John of Florida and Francis Wheeler and his wife, Sheila of Shelton; his Godson, Brian Wheeler of Southbury; his loving sisters-in-law, Beverly Hudson of Naugatuck; Arlene Hudson and her husband, Edgar of Oxford; and Ellen Bowen and her husband, Edward of Seymour; his many cherished nieces and nephews and great nieces and great nephews, and his lifelong friends, Richard Hudson and his wife, Denise of South Carolina; Rochelle Hudson of South Carolina; and Norman Hayden and his wife, Prudie of Florida. He was predeceased by his brother-in-law, Robert Hudson.
Friends may greet Amile’s family at the Alderson-Ford Funeral Home of Naugatuck, 201 Meadow Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770 on Thursday, October 20, 2022 from 5PM until 7PM. On Friday, October 21, 2022 his funeral procession will leave the funeral home at 11:15AM for a funeral service to be celebrated at 12PM at the Beacon Falls Congregational Church, 69 Wolfe Avenue, Beacon Falls, CT 06403. Burial will follow in Grove Cemetery, Cross Street, Naugatuck. Memorial contributions may be made to Hartford Healthcare at Home by visiting, www.hartfordhealthcareathome.org/donate.