Licensed Funeral Director/Owner
Josh grew up in Stephenson, Michigan and is the son of Scott and Laurie (Kosewski) Roubal. He graduated in 1998 from Stephenson High School and attended Bay de Noc Community College to meet his prerequisite requirements to practice Mortuary Science. In 2001, Josh applied and was accepted to the Mortuary Science Program at Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Wheeling, Illinois.
When you meet with Josh, the fear and anxiety you may have when entering the room is replaced with a surprising calm. Josh’s sense of humor, sympathy, empathy, or even an endless supply of communication of whatever topic you would like to talk about, has helped thousands of families move forward through the grief process. It’s the sense of trust at the first handshake or hug that leaves a wonderful impression. Having served the funeral industry since 2001, Josh is an expert in navigating delicate family dynamics.
Josh and Bobbie Adell live in Wausaukee with their two dogs, a Boxer, Lola and a Weimaraner, Asher. He is a BIG Detroit Lions fan, and also likes the Green Bay Packers but his #1 is the Detroit Lions. He is an avid hunter, mostly hunting Whitetail and Grouse, fishing, mostly inland lake and cutting firewood. Josh loves to spend time on his families property in rural Menominee, Michigan. Planting food plots, building roads with the bulldozer, or enjoying outdoor activities. He is a member at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Wausaukee and the Wausaukee Lions Club. Josh is a licensed funeral director within the States of Wisconsin and Michigan.
David A. Tomasino
Funeral Home Assistant
He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on December 6, 1947, the oldest son of Anthony and Wanda Tomasino. Dave grew up on the South side of Milwaukee and graduated from Pulaski High School.
In 1968 Dave enlisted in the United States Marine Corp and served honorably for two years. Dave lived in the City of Milwaukee with his wife Maryanne and two sons. During this time Dave worked as a Firefighter/Paramedic for the City of Milwaukee. He advanced to the rank of a Paramedic Officer and worked on Med 5 and Med 7 in the inner city. Dave left the Milwaukee Fire Department in 1990 and took a teaching position at Milwaukee Area Tech College (MATC), as an EMS Instructor/Coordinator, where he instructed EMTs and First Responders.
Dave retired from MATC in 2010 and now resides in the Town of Wausaukee with his wife, Maryanne and two dogs, Hondo and Spartan. He serves as a supervisor in the Town of Wausaukee.