Seton Hill University Mourns the Loss of Bishop Anthony G. Bosco
Seton Hill University mourns the loss of Bishop Emeritus Anthony G. Bosco, a beloved friend and trustee of the University, who died on Tuesday, July 2, 2013.
From 1987 until his retirement in 2004, Bishop Bosco served as the Honorary Chair of the Seton Hill University Board of Trustees. During his tenure, he engaged in open discussion and provided guidance as Seton Hill explored its mission statement, and he worked to support the efforts of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education. He received an honorary degree from the University at the May 2004 Commencement.
Following his retirement, Bishop Bosco served as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Religious Studies and Theology at Seton Hill from August 2004 until May 2010. He taught the University's Faith, Religion and Society course.
Bishop Bosco was a personal friend to Seton Hill students and hosted them annually at his home for thought-provoking conversation. He will remain cherished by a grateful Seton Hill for his thoughtful and diligent stewardship, his deep understanding of the purpose of a university and his abiding commitment to the well-being of each and every member of our community.