Milwaukee Jack Rosga ‘Milwaukee Jack’ Rosga, 67, Has Passed Away
Rosga, more popularly known by his Outlaws comrades as Milwaukee Jack, has maintained an low profile despite federal authorities alleging he ran an unlawful criminal organization out of Petersburg. Rosga was among 27 current or former Outlaws members charged in June.
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Early Life and Education
Jack was raised in a working-class family on Milwaukee’s east side. He attended Philipp Elementary, Hartford Avenue School and Riverside High School – graduating in 1963 with honors. To cover tuition expenses during college years he worked full-time, never taking out loans from lenders.
He co-founded MENTOR Greater Milwaukee, an organization working closely with community and corporate partners to expand quality mentoring programs for children in Milwaukee. Now, he oversees all mentoring- and sports-based youth development initiatives at the Bucks.
He takes great pleasure in enjoying Scottish music and culture as well as working on his home and yard in his free time. In this capacity, he belongs to Clan Sinclair USA and maintains longstanding ties to Milwaukee Highland Games.
Jack advises high-net-worth business owners, family offices and closely held companies across various industries including financial institutions, manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, foundries, transportation companies and toll companies. He serves as clients’ primary outside counsel and first point of legal contact.
He assisted in the prosecution of many top members of a criminal gang and made Virginia safer because of it. At home, Jack was an outstanding husband and father; never missing an event for either his kids’ sports, music or school events; also serving as basketball and baseball coaches while active within his church as well as volunteering at local children’s hospitals. Furthermore, Jack served in Vietnam during its most intense days; an Air Force veteran with extraordinary talents but gentle soul.
Jack was an outstanding husband, father, grandfather and wood carver who enjoyed volunteering his talents at his church and helping those in need. Additionally, he was a proud member of both Milwaukee-Harmony Mason Lodge and University of Wisconsin Alumni Association.
He was an avid sports fan who loved spending time with his family. He frequently attended his grandchildren’s sporting events and enjoyed playing full court basketball at their house, as well as reading mystery fiction books and traveling extensively.
Co-founding a kitchen and bathroom remodeling business, he created an impressive portfolio of projects. An active community volunteer, he enjoyed photography and cooking – among other hobbies. He is survived by his wife, children and grandchildren.
Jack provides legal guidance and legal representation to high-net-worth business owners such as private equity companies, family offices and management teams. In addition he advises a variety of closely held businesses including manufacturing, real estate development firms, software firms distributors toll companies transport companies foundries among others. Jack often acts as primary outside counsel or primary point of legal contact for his clients.
He has amassed an enormous fortune through movies and other business ventures, owning his production house and dabbling in tech by investing strategically in start-ups. His estimated net worth currently stands at an estimated $380 Million with this amount expected to increase as his career advances; making him one of Hollywood’s richest actors and one of the eldest married parents of two. An avid sports fan with strong business acumen he is married and has two children of his own.