Neil J. Jozsa

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Neil J. Jozsa

October 01, 1980 - December 14, 2018

Neil J. Jozsa Neil Justin Jozsa, 38, of Traverse City, formerly of Grayling, passed away on Dec. 14, 2018. He was born on Oct. 1, 1980 in Flint to Dennis and Pamela (Rowland) Jozsa.
Neil attended Grayling schools and Northwestern Michigan College for welding.
Neil enjoyed spending time with friends, family and especially enjoyed taking his beloved son fishing and hiking on trails near their home.
He was a welder by trade and also worked in construction and landscaping. Neil was a great worker and would help anyone at anytime.
He is survived by his wife, Lauren (Archer) Jozsa; son, Harvey Ryan Jozsa; and an unborn son due in May 2019. He is also survived by parents, Pam and Jeff McClain, of Grayling, and Dennis Jozsa, of Frankenmuth; sisters, Danielle (Dave) Maule and Angela (Matt) Rimer; nieces, Journey and Everly; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Neil was preceded in death by his brother, Ryan Vincent Jozsa; and grandparents, Perry and Millicent Rowland, of Vassar, and Robert and Genevieve Jozsa, of Millington.
Published on December 22, 2018
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Jeanie smith
Jan 09, 2019
I will never forget those two boys there will always be a place in my heart for them
Don and Ramona Hadfield
Jan 07, 2019
Our hearts are broken ! We loved Neil and prayed constantly for strength and guidance for him and Lauren. We were proud of his achievements and sad when things didn’t go so well. Lauren Harvey and baby we pray for you and know God will care for you. May God be your rock and fortress in the days ahead. Pam and family we are so sad for you and lift you in prayer too.
The Hincks family
Dec 28, 2018
It was a privilege to know Neil and he will be greatly missed. Will de keeping Lauren Harvey and the rest of the family in are prayers
Charles Hadfield
Dec 28, 2018
I am so sad to think of Neil passing. I met him in 2013 and enjoyed being with him and Lauren. It was always encouraging to me to see him working so hard to improve himself, his life and his ability to provide for his family. As a welder/boilermaker and having been in the construction business for decades I was always interested in his welding test results. He seemed to be doing really well and I was proud of him and his efforts. I feel for you, his family and loved ones, at this time. I will keep you all in my prayers. Lauren, I send you a special greeting and love and pray for you to be comforted through all of this sadness. Draw closer to God and lean on Him, talk to Him as a friend, pour... your heart out and He will listen. Love to you all xxxRead more
The Buchner family
Dec 28, 2018
We were happy to have known Neil, and share part of his life with him. We send love and hugs to all, especially to you Lauren and Harvey.