Chuck Bosselman loses battle with cancer

| Monday, January 09, 2012

Chuck Bosselman, 67, lost his battle with cancer on Saturday in Grand Island, NE, surrounded by family. Bosselman was a second-generation business owner. His father, Fred, founded the first Bosselman's location in 1948. In 1967, Bosselman became general manager of the Grand Island Interstate 80 Bosselman Truck Stop.

Bosselman was recently named the winner of the Natso Hall of Fame award and was to receive the honor at the 2012 show in Las Vegas inw February. The award recognizes individuals for their notable participation in their communities, industry and the association. Bosselman had volunteered for both the group’s board of directors and its foundation.

Chuck Bosselman’s children, Charlie Bosselman and Brandi Bosselman Lofing, will continue to lead the company as president and attorney, respectively.

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