CASIMIR KOMSKI, RM1c

Casimir Komski 85, of Oxnard passed away June 17, 2009 at home surrounded by his family. Cas passed away after a 5 year Battle with Leukemia.

Cas was born in Luzerne, Pennsylvania on March 2, 1924. Cas was a resident of Ventura County for 42 years. Coming from Hollywood in 1967.

Cas writes: To my loving family and my dear friends. Don't grieve for me; Instead just think of the things that used to be... Remember the good times together, and fun times we shared. I had a good life; I leave behind two wonderful children (son) David Komski, (daughter) Terri George, and my devoted adopted family member Carrie Shepherd, and a wonderful daughter-in-law Ginger Gonzalez, and four grandchildren, Jennifer Komski, Christopher Komski, Casimir Komski (Casi), and Dylan West, and many very good friends. If I had to live life over, I wouldn't do anything any differently, and I have no regrets. I love you all, although I am a bit reluctantly to leave everyone My hopes are to meet you all again in the heaven's beyond. -Cas

Memorial Service will be held Saturday, July 11, 2009, 1:00p.m. In the chapel of Funeraria Del Angel Conrad-Carroll at 401 W. Channel Islands Blvd., Oxnard, CA. 805-487-4911. Cas will be truly missed by everyone who knew him.

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Webmaster's Notes; Casimir Komski enlisted in he US Navy August 5, 1942 at Philadelphia, PA. He was a member of the Commissioning Crew as RM3c,  January 23, 1943 at Brooklyn, Navy Yard, NY. Cas Komski, RM1c served with honor aboard the DD-502, two years, ten months and nine days. He was transferred December 1, 1945, to Receiving Station Charleston, SC, for further transfer to Separation Center Bainbridge, MD for discharge. Cas was one of the top radiomen on the Sigsbee. He will be missed by all of his shipmates. Our thoughts and prayers go out for the Komski family.

Billy Roberts