OZARK…. Mr. Chester Kaminski, a resident of Ozark, died early Friday afternoon, May 11, 2018 in Flowers Hospital, Dothan following an extended illness. He was 60.
In keeping with his wishes, there are no services planned at this time. Fuqua-Bankston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Shriners Hospitals for Children, 2900 Rocky Point Drive, Tampa, FL 33607.Hospitals for
Mr. Kaminski, son of the late Chester Joseph Kaminski and Beatrice Albo Kaminski, was a native of Massachusetts and lived in Ozark for the past fifty years. He was a 1976 graduate of Carroll High School and received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Troy University. Mr. Kaminski was formerly employed as a helicopter mechanic at Ft. Rucker.
Surviving relatives include his sister, Ronnie Latimer (Dr. Allen Latimer), Dothan; his twin brother, Gregory Kaminski, Kemp, TX.
“He will be missed by all who loved him”
You may sign a guest register at www.fuquabankstonfuneralhome.com
Peace and comfort to Ronnie ,Greg and family. It was my pleasure to have known Chester , he will be missed by all who knew him.
Tommy Farmerozark, AL
So sorry to here of Chester’s passing, he was a great person.
With regards, Yvonne
Class of 75 CHS
Yvonne Davis MoskalDestin, FL
I am sorry to hear of Chester's passing. He was a wonderful young man when I taught him. Praying that God's comfort and grace will be yours in large measure.
Sara MunnOzark, AL
I got to know Chester after his accident and and was blessed to witness a person who embraced his circumstance by sharing kindness and grace with strangers and friends alike. My condolences to Greg, Ronnie and any other loved ones left behind who will sustain his legacy. Blessings
Bruce SkipperTALLAHASSEE, FL
Sorry for your loss He had a struggle early in his life but was not defeated by it RIP to a wonderful man that will be missed
Sylvia RollinsOZARK, AL
RIP brother...many memories are kept in our hearts.
David and Jody CobbOzark, AL
Sorry to hear of the loss of my fellow classmate, Chester. I will always remember him as a very kind gentleman and a friend to everyone who knew him. May the family continue to be strong in the Lord.
Winston JacksonOzark, AL
Chester was a classmate of ours (Class of 75). I remember him as being funny and always sitting at the back of the class cracking jokes. May god comfort you all during this time and know he will be truly be missed by those of us who had the honor of knowing him. Rest in peace my friend.
Susan McNew HarrellCheroker, AL
So sorry to hear of Chet’s passing. My deepest sympathy to all of you.
Mack Clark, Jr (Clark)Enterprise, AL
Ronnie and Greg my sympathy and prayers are with each of you during this difficult time. May God give you both such a peace. Chester was a wonderful person .
Pam Cook SilaventOakwood, GA
Ronnie, I am so sorry for your loss. May your memories of good times & God’s peace comfort you, your family, & his friends.
Lexia (Rich, Welch) FrasherAnchorage, AK
My sincerest condolences on the loss of your brother and my fellow classmate, Chester. I graduated with him and do remember the terrible accident he suffered from. may he rest in peace.
Ron HarrisMillbrook, AL
Michelle Smith ReederEdwin, AL
Ronnie we all loved Chester and he did have a rough recovery. Glad he is at Rest. Prayers for your family!
Syretha Baker CarterLuverne, AL
So sorry for your loss. I was friends with Chester in high school. He was such a sweet person. Prayers for Ronnie, and family. May you have strength, comfort and peace knowing he is healed of all the pain . God Bless you all.
Jan Clements LewisBrundidge, AL
Ronnie and Greg, I remember your brother as a great person with an indomitable spirit. He had a zest for life, and overcame much in his life early. I’m sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.
Buddy JacksonDothan, AL