Robert Lee Komadina
1955 - 2021
BORN
1955
DIED
2021
Robert Lee Komadina
Born: August 16, 1955 in DeKalb, IL
Died: May 23, 2021 in Crossville, TN
Robert (Bob) Lee Komadina, Age 65, of Crossville, Tennessee passed away on Sunday, May 23 2021 at his home.
He was born August 16, 1955 in Dekalb, IL to Betty Lewis and George Komadina. Bob spent most of his life living in Dekalb and Rochelle, IL, where he attended school and made his living. Bob was well known for his skill and talent as a master craftsman and artist in the Auto Body repair industry.
Bob was a quiet and gentle man with a huge heart that touched everyone he came in contact with. He was always the supportive big brother and someone we all looked up to. He dedicated his life to raising his children.
He is survived by his father, George Komadina of WA., his daughters Belinda and Alexa Komadina of IL., his sons, Shelby and Tristan Komadina of CA., 3 grandchildren, his sisters, Dawn (Marvin) Brock of TN., Carol (Bill) Ladson of AZ., Jovanna (Henry) Viramontes of CA., his brothers, Steve (Tracy) Komadina of IL., Jason (Liza) Komadina of CA., Larry (Judy) Mosher of NC., Tim (Tammie) Mosher of IL., and Allen Mosher of IL., and several nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his mother, Betty Lewis, step-mother, Barbara Komadina, sister, DeeDee Lofton and brother in Law, Mike Brockman.
A private family memorial is planned for a later date.
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Published by Daily-Chronicle from Jun. 1 to Jun. 9, 2021.
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Love you always!
Alexa Rose Komadina
Family
June 19, 2021
My father, is and was the absolute best father known to man! He taught me so many things. Not just the same old things you'd imagine go with being a dad but so much more! We loved to go camping, fishing, ride motorcycles in which I always felt the most free riding with my daddy!, We'd always have projects that we would do together, He was an amazing artist and photographer and he passed all of that down to me and I feel so very lucky to have his skills! We loved to fix up bicycles every spring and just go ride together all over our childhood homes neighborhood. He sacrificed so much in order to make us have a better childhood than he had and so much more, I cannot Express in words how amazing he was! I was always a daddy's girl and I will continue with my father's eternal life,love, and soul. I will always and forever continue to do everything within my power to make him the proudest father who ever lived! This was so unexpected and it's just pure shock. But he was always stubborn and hesitant about doctor's. But at the end of his life he continually checked up on his health. But that's just how he was, so strong, so noble and wise beyond his years even. I will continue to carry him in my heart, and continue to live vicariously through myself and pass everything down to my only child Azaileah Rose Komadina! That way the family name which I was always so proud to have will continue, as Komadina. I will miss you every single morning & night daddy, So just sit back and rest easy and watch us grow on! Love Forever Your Babygirl, Alexa Rose Komadina
Alexa Rose Komadina
Family
June 17, 2021
Rest In Peace my brother.
Jovana (Komadina) Viramontes
Family
June 2, 2021
Many fond memories May you all find comfort and peace within from times shared with Bob. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Laura Salazar
June 2, 2021
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Susan Ramsey-Jorgenson
Family
June 1, 2021
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