Milton F. Brzozowski Sr.

    Former polka radio show host Milton F. Brzozowski Sr. died Dec. 29 from complications of diabetes at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He was 85 and had lived on 47th Street in Dundalk since 1957.
    {reg}He and Connie, his wife of 60 years, hosted a Happy Music Time and Polka Jamboree on WJRO-AM and other radio stations for over 36 years. The couple also organized annual group gatherings called “Polka Motions” in Wildwood, N.J., and Ocean City, Md. She survives him.
    Born and raised in Canton, the son of the late Walter and Josephine Brozozowski was the youngest and last survivor of 12 siblings. He graduated from Mount St. Joseph High School.
    He served as a Baltimore City police officer for 12 years, worked at Armco Steel Corporation and was last employed at Cloverland Green Spring Dairy.
    He also served in the Maryland Army National Guard from 1958 to 1988, first as a military police officer and later as sergeant of public relations.
    An avid fan of Notre Dame “Fighting Irish” football, he made frequent trips to South Bend, Ind., to attend games.
    Along with his wife, survivors include sons Milton Jr., David, Joseph and Bobby, daughter Suzanne Matousek and nine grandchildren.
    A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated at Sacred Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, with interment at Holy Rosary Cemetery.
    Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 22312.{/reg} 

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