John Venosh Obituary, Death Cause – John Thomas “Bubba” Venosh Sr., a former police officer, passed dead on March 3, 2023, a week after his retirement. Bubba was his nickname, and everyone knew him by it. He was seventy years old at the time. At the time of his departure, he was battling the aftereffects of a variety of diverse medical conditions and obstacles. He left behind a lot of baggage. Officer Venosh was born and raised in Rochester, New York, where he also received his graduation from Benjamin Franklin High School after completing his secondary education there. At the moment, Officer Venosh is stationed in Rochester.
At the time that he was a part of the JSO, he competed in a boxing competition that was called “Night of the Toughest,” which he ended up winning. During the 1980s, he was a member of the JSO football team known as “Magnum Force” and played the position of running back for the team. All of these accomplishments were made possible as a result of his participation in the JSO during the relevant time period.
Before he joined the United States Military, he had a brief career in baseball, playing the position of shortstop at the minor league level. Before he went off to serve in the military, he had a brief career in baseball. During the time that he was in the Navy, he served as an enlisted Communications Officer and took part in the Vietnam War. During this time, he was also a combat veteran. In addition to this, he was a heavyweight boxer, and while he was in the Navy, he was honored by the Navy as a “Fleet Champion.” This recognition came during the time that he was serving (1972-1975).
After serving his time in the Navy and being given an honorable discharge, he joined the J.S.O. in March 1976 and began his career there as a Patrolman. After completing his term in the Navy, he was awarded an honorable discharge. After being moved back to the Patrol Division, he began working as a detective for the division of the force that was in charge of investigating robberies and vice. In this role, he was responsible for collecting evidence and interviewing witnesses.