John Kokoski
John Kokoski
John Kokoski
John Kokoski
John Kokoski

Obituary of John Kokoski

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Johnny Kokoski, husband, father, Grampie, brother and friend on Wednesday, January 18, 2023. Johnny was predeceased by his father William Kokoski; mother Katie Kokoski; and niece Nikki Kokoski.  He was survived by his wifey, Diana Kokoski; daughters Sara (Owen) and Teagan (Reis); very special grand babies, Charlee and Millie; sister Elaine (Gary); brother Joseph and family; and his other half Eugene (Lillian) and their family. 

Johnny was an electrician by trade, and a master of many others! A fun-loving guy and life of the party. His favorite past times were wiener roasts and hot holidays. Johnny loved watching fishing and food videos and was always planning his next meal.

Many thanks to all our family and friends who made this whole journey easier, offering various levels of support whether in the form of hugs, talks, flowers and/or food. However, we would like to extend an extra special thanks (for lack of a better word) to Dr. Haidash, the pharmacists at Eastside Pharmacy, Laura at Thrive Naturopathic, Kelly Csada, Sandy and Marvin Hennig, Auntie Susie and of course, Jodie Weir. These people were instrumental throughout Johnny's journey.

There will be no service as per Johnny's request.

A Memorial Tree was planted for John
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Paragon Funeral Service
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John Kokoski

1952 - 2023

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