Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
KARMECY, John

KARMECY, John

John KARMECY, Age 91. Beloved husband of Goldie (nee Dani). Dearest father of Diane Burroughs, Roni (deceased) Scocos (Peter) and John J. (Fran Danzey). Dear grandfather of 10, great grandfather of 8, great great grandfather of 1. Loving brother in law of Rose Marie Dani and Elmer Dani (Nancy, deceased). John was the last survivor of 9 children of the late John and Rose Karmecy. Dear uncle, great uncle, great great uncle, and friend to many.

Mass of Christian Burial: Saturday, August 7, 10:00 AM at St. Brendan’s Church, N. Olmstead.

Visitation: Friday, 2-4 and 6-8 PM at The Zabor Funeral Home, 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (betw. Snow & Ridge). To offer online condolences please visit www.ZaborFH.com

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  1. Goldie, Please accept our condolences Mr. K was a great father and a superior person to know… You and He have added so much joy to the people you touch that it is impossible to express our sorrow for your loss … God Bless..

    Chuck, Eileen and Rory

  2. Dear Goldie please accept my condolences.. I got the pleasure of knowing John since the early 80’s He was in my opinion one of America’s unsung heroes, a man who believed in God. He served in the navy during the war, feeding his troops as a cook. John always had a good war story.He alwyas had a love for the water & there were plenty of fishing stories also. He ws a good husband & father,Grandfather, Great grandfather. He would always be talking about or looking forward to go visit someone in the family somewhere. He was also a great neighbor. He helped me with many a project over the years. A handy guy always with good advice, the right tool, or part to help you out.. I know I will miss being able to go outside & yell over my fence…..Heh John!

  3. Dear Mrs. Karmecy:
    It has been my honor and pleasure to know you and Mr. Karmecy , and to be welcomed into your home. How I have loved sitting in the back yard eating pickles or lardy bread and listening to Mr. Karmecy’s stories of his days in the Merchant Marines or of his fishing trips to Canada. The great love he had in his heart for his friends, his family, and especially for you, is something we can all only hope to experience some day. He will be missed greatly.

  4. I am so sorry i did not find out about this till saturday afternoon,I would of liked to come and pay my respects to my late fathers last brother.

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