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Harold " Kit " John Amolsch
July 8, 1953 ~ September 15, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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They say that life should be celebrated, and nobody understood that better than Kit Amolsch. He left this world on September 15th, 2023, leaving behind a trail of love, laughter, and unforgettable memories. He was 70 years young.
Born on July 8th, 1953, in Waltham, Massachusetts, to Marion and Walter Amolsch, Kit made it his life's mission to ensure that no gathering was complete without a hearty laugh, a witty one-liner, or an infectious dance move.
He was a devoted husband to Betty, whom he admired and adored. He would tell anyone who would listen that she was the love of his life, his "Batty Girl." Betty cherished her husband's zest for life and his ability to turn everyday moments into cherished unforgettable memories. The love, care, and respect they had for each other, and their marriage were something we could all only wish for.
He is survived by daughters, Jennifer (Johnny) Flores, Samantha (Steven) Bensinger, Vanessa (Jesse) Neal, Roxanne Amolsch, and son, Jonathon Genato. He was also honored and proud to raise and love Betty's wonderful children, Cody (Kelly) Ray, Carrie Ray Stiles and Casey (Micaela) Ray
Kit was a doting grandfather to Dallas (Andrew) Wolf, Cristina (Kaleb) DeLanghe, Johnnie Rose Flores, Rebecca (Igor) Burci, Amber Trepanier, Evan, Harley, and Alice Neal, Michael Genato, 5 step-grandchildren, Steven, Deanna and Jordan Stiles, Milo Ray and new baby Wyatt Ray. He was blessed with 10 great-grandchildren, Baylee, Bowen, and Blake Wolf, Conlee, McCoy, and Audie DeLanghe, Madeline, Willa, and Nikolai Burci, and Jillian Trepanier. Family was at the center of his world, and he took great pride in nurturing strong bonds with each and every one of us.
In addition to his commitment to his family and hobbies, Kit was a compassionate soul who believed in giving back to his community. He actively participated in various charitable organizations, donating his time, resources, and expertise to help others. Kit was a 26-year member of the American Legion, holding the office of commander and many others. He was also a 26-year member of the Moose Lodge, and had become an active member of the VFW a few years ago. Kit's history and love of cooking found him in the kitchen of these organizations, with his wife Betty by his side, volunteering his time for most of those years. Kit was also a respected umpire for the City of Cottonwood softball teams for many years. Kit and Betty also played in the local dart league. Along with another couple, they brought home the trophy, eight years in a row. His legacy of fun and generosity will continue to inspire us all.
Kit faced life's challenges with grace and resilience. His strength in times of adversity served as an example to us all, reminding us to embrace each day with courage and determination.
While Kit was the life of every party, he also had a heart of gold. He had a knack for turning his jokes into acts of kindness, and he was always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need.
A celebration of Harold John "Kit" Amolsch's incredible life will be held on Thursday, October 12th at 2:00pm at the VFW post in Cottonwood AZ. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made to his wife Betty for her ongoing care and cancer treatments at GoFundMe. https://www.gofundme.com/f/bettys-breast-cancer-back-3rd-time