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Joseph George Komaromi &nbsp(Joe)

April 24, 1936

October 27, 2023

Joseph George Komaromi, a resident of London, Ontario, peacefully passed away on October 27, 2023, surrounded by his loving family. Joseph was born on April 24, 1936, in Toszeg, Hungary, and later immigrated to Canada in 1956. He was married to his beloved wife, Neda, for an incredible 65 years. Joseph, affectionately known as “Joe,” had a deep passion for golf and spent countless years dedicated to Fanshawe Golf Club, both working and playing. Additionally, Joe was an exceptional table tennis player in his prime. He took immense pride in his Hungarian roots and was equally proud to be a Canadian citizen, as shown by the constant display of the Canadian flag on their balcony and his car window. Joe found joy in shopping, laughter, and watching sports, with a particular devotion to the Detroit Red Wings hockey team. He will be deeply missed by his devoted wife Neda, their five children: Kathy Thompson (Richard), Marika Komaromi (Paul Szaran), Joe Jr. Komaromi (Cathy), Tim Komaromi (Christine), and Tom Komaromi (Mike Hannigan). Furthermore, Joseph leaves behind nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. The family would like to express their gratitude to the staff at LHSC and Dearness Home for the exceptional care provided to Joseph. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations to be made to The Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Diabetes Association.

London, Ontario mourns the loss of Joseph George Komaromi, who passed away on October 27, 2023. Born in Toszeg, Hungary, Joseph made the journey to Canada in 1956 and eventually settled in London. His 65-year marriage to his beloved wife, Neda, was a testament to their unwavering love. In addition to his cherished family, Joseph had a profound passion for golf, dedicating many years to Fanshawe Golf Club. He also excelled as a table tennis player during his prime. Joseph took immense pride in his Hungarian heritage and embraced his Canadian citizenship, as evidenced by the prominent display of the Canadian flag on his balcony and car window. His love for shopping, laughter, and sports, particularly the Detroit Red Wings hockey team, brought him much joy. Joseph leaves behind his devoted wife, Neda, and their five children: Kathy Thompson (Richard), Marika Komaromi (Paul Szaran), Joe Jr. Komaromi (Cathy), Tim Komaromi (Christine), and Tom Komaromi (Mike Hannigan). Additionally, he is survived by nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. The family extends their heartfelt appreciation to the staff at LHSC and Dearness Home for their compassionate care throughout Joseph’s journey. Memorial donations to The Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Diabetes Association are welcomed in lieu of flowers.

The London, Ontario community bids farewell to Joseph George Komaromi, who peacefully passed away on October 27, 2023. Joseph was born in Toszeg, Hungary, on April 24, 1936, and bravely ventured to Canada in 1956, where he ultimately settled in London. A devoted husband, Joseph had the privilege of sharing his life with his cherished wife, Neda, for an astounding 65 years. His passion for golf led him to spend numerous years immersed in Fanshawe Golf Club, both as a dedicated player and employee. Joseph also showcased his remarkable table tennis skills during his younger days. His deep appreciation for his Hungarian roots was only surpassed by his immense pride in being a Canadian citizen, evident through the continuous display of the Canadian flag on their balcony and his car window. Engaging in activities such as shopping, laughing, and watching sports, Joseph found immense delight in supporting the Detroit Red Wings hockey team. Survived by his loving wife, Neda, and their five children: Kathy Thompson (Richard), Marika Komaromi (Paul Szaran), Joe Jr. Komaromi (Cathy), Tim Komaromi (Christine), and Tom Komaromi (Mike Hannigan), Joseph’s legacy lives on. Furthermore, he leaves behind nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren, who will honor and cherish his memory. The family would like to express their gratitude to the compassionate staff at LHSC and Dearness Home for their exceptional care. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to The Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Diabetes Association are kindly appreciated.

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