Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center

1112 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL


Kevin Tomasek

1 octubre , 19706 marzo , 2020

Kevin Joseph Tomasek, 49, was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on October 1, 1970, and passed away in Tequesta, Florida, on March 6, 2020. Kevin graduated from McLean High School and then went on to be employed at The United States Postal Services as a carrier for the last 30 years. He loved going to the beach, fishing, cooking, traveling, golfing, and being with his family and friends. Kevin is survived by his parents, Dianne and Paul Tomasek, sister, Heather Tomasek, brother-in-law, Robert Sebunia, nephews, Griffin and Owen Sebunia, and grandmother, Doris Tomasek. Kevin is predeceased by his maternal grandparents, George and Ruth Yurick and paternal grandfather, Paul J. Tomasek. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to a charity of your choice.


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Kevin Tomasek


Tina Graham

17 marzo , 2020

So glad I met you and we became friends in HS. You were such an awesome guy. Skipping school and hanging at your house or Robyn's. Me having to ask Ian to take me to PRC to get my car since you had it. Parties and just hanging out.
You are missed!

James McGill

16 marzo , 2020

So sorry to see my friend pass on to another life.. He will get to visit my wife Hollis again and have those long talks with her... Spent many nights at my house after a day of golf... Was glad to have him take over my route in Stuart, knew it would be in good hands... RIP Keep in the cloud fairways up there..

Elena Daly

16 marzo , 2020

No one is ever prepared to say goodbye. I'm trying to focus on the memories, and not the goodbye. I still remember the day I met you at that Capitol Hill party. I'm so grateful for our friendship and good times. And if it wasn't for you I would have never met my husband and your best friend. I'll cherish the memories and keep your memory alive. Until we meet again. RIP Kevin. I miss you.

Ian Williams

16 marzo , 2020

I always looked forward to you coming back home. Picking up where we left off. Spending months planning and going on our crazy ST Patty’s Day adventures. I have been reflecting on our times together in grade school, middle school, high school. All the basketball games, Boy Scouts trips, road trips to the beach, beach week, high school parties. Our epic high school camping trips. Weekends spent out playing golf and all the nights sitting around drinking, laughing, telling jokes. The childhood football games at Poplar Heights field. Snowball fights, night sledding in the old neighborhood. Walking to Merrifield to go ice skating on the golf course pond. I could go on and on. I can’t believe you are gone brother. Just thankful that I was able to talk to you a few weeks ago for the last time. I am sure you knew how much you meant to all of us. Falls Church forever!

Robin Lott

15 marzo , 2020

I'm going to miss our weekly phone calls. You were a true friend who got me through some really tough, sad times. You could always make Sandi and I laugh. You will be missed my friend.

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