James “Bozo” Zhuckkahosee Jr. (Misquinachia – Bloody Hands) started his journey to
the Spirit World on Sunday evening, Jan. 3, 2016, at his home in Green Bay.
James was born on Jan. 7, 1943, in Concho, Oklahoma, a son of the late James and Matilda
(Waupoose) Zhuckkahosee. He moved to Crow Settlement with his family at the age of
10. James proudly served his country as a United States Marines during the Vietnam
Era. Upon returning from service, he was able to travel to New Orleans and Georgia for
James had been employed over the years as an iron worker. He helped build the
famed Great Lakes freighter Edmund Fitzgerald. Other jobs included working as a
factory worker, printer and chef. He enjoyed his work as a chef and cooking to please
others. He met the late Rev. David Kiefer while cooking at the seminary. He enjoyed
being in the woods camping, fishing, hunting and making maple syrup when able.