|Posted 2024-02-08 by mhenderson
|Published by Today's News Herald on Feb. 8, 2024 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -
John Koboski, beloved husband, brother, and friend, passed away on Feb.
1, 2024. Born on Jan. 4, 1952, in Petoskey, Michigan, John spent his
vibrant life dedicated to the things and people he loved most. He was a
spirited soul, with a love for the game that was infectious and
unrivaled. Whether it was baseball, football, golf, or wrestling, John
was either participating or cheering from the sidelines. He had a
special bond with sports, a testament to his resilient spirit and
John's loyalty extended beyond the playing field. In his 38 years of
blissful marriage to Beverly Koboski and his longstanding service as a
park ranger in Arizona State Park, John demonstrated his dedication and
commitment. His love and devotion to his family and his job were
evident, and he gracefully balanced both roles, making him a pillar in
John was not only a dedicated park ranger but also a loyal member of
Havasu Christian Church. His faith was a guiding force in his life, and
he served his community with the same tenacity and spirit he showed on
the playing field. His resilience in the face of challenges was a
testament to his strength and courage.
John is survived by his wife, Beverly; his brother, Joseph; his sisters,
Kayla, Rebecca, Martha, and Laura; and his brother-in-law, James. He was
preceded in death by his parents, Joe Koboski and Emer Jean Hull; his
step-father, George Christi; and his sisters, Mary Jo and Lisa Koboski.
Join us in celebrating John's life on Friday, Feb. 9, 2024, at 7 p.m. at
Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home & Crematory, and on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024, at
10 a.m. at Havasu Christian Church. The graveside service will be held
at 1 pm MST at Lake Havasu Memorial Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to Havasu Christian Church at
havasuchristianchurch.org or by sending donations to 341 Mulberry Ave,
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403.
See Also: Find A Grave
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