Daytona Chet Burozski Memorial.

Chet “OEP” Burozski passed away in Daytona last week. Follow the information regarding a memorial ride in Daytona Sunday, March 9, 2008  at noon. Starting from the Battlegrounds! In Loving Memory of Chet “OEP” Burozski. (Chester Anthony Burozski, Jr.) August 20, 1963 – February 29, 2008.
Donations will help the family with the funeral arrangements. Raffle tickets will be available with all proceeds going to a trust fund for Chet’s 17 year old son, Adam. “Adam Burozski Trust Fund”, PO Box 162, 1358 Hooper Avenue, Toms River, NJ 08735. . For more information or to make donations,please : Doreen Sledzik: 732-904-6685 or 732-904-6714.

5 Responses to “Daytona Chet Burozski Memorial.”

  1. 1 Mar 7th, 2008 at 8:31 pm

    WOW….. my deepest condolences to his son and family. I have traveled the country numerous times and ran into Chet MANY times. In fact I last saw him about a month ago in California. Everyone has seen him walking around and selling his parts… He will be missed in the motorcycle community. For people that have never met the man, funny, really nice, and always had cool parts with him! He will be missed !

  2. 2 Asa Mar 10th, 2008 at 1:30 pm

    What Happened to him oh man what a loss Ab

  3. 3 David Mar 10th, 2008 at 11:10 pm

    Yes and there were 5 soldiers blown away today in Iraq by a sucide bomber in a leather jacket. Where are their names and photo’s?

  4. 4 debbie rossi Mar 11th, 2008 at 9:19 pm

    Chet, Hey buddy we have grown up together, established families/moved away…….but somehow after many years found each other again. I cannot believe what I heard today…….. YOUR GONE>

    You will be deeply missed. Love you Debbie Rossi

  5. 5 David R Aug 22nd, 2009 at 8:04 pm

    I am blown away. Chet and I went through some good and bad times together, and lost touch as the years went by. My wife and I were there when Adam was born, and held him in our arms when he was just a tiny little guy. I feel blessed to have had him in my life.

    To David: Yes, many soldiers have died, and they have had memorials, photos, etc, just not here. From an ex soldier, “Me”, get a life! He was as fine a person as I have ever met, in the service or out. A person’s worth is not measured by whether or not they served in the military.

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