OBITUARY

Michael Kochock

July 21, 1949March 27, 2021
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Michael Kochock, age 71, of Parma Heights, Ohio passed away on Saturday, March 27, 2021. Michael was born July 21, 1949 in Cleveland.

Dearly beloved husband of Sheila J. (nee Bias), loving father of Steven (Priscilla) Bias, David Bias, Tracy Lamorgese, Bonnie Kochock (William) Ols, dearest PaPaw of Daniel (Kristen) Bias, Christa (Tim) Whiteman, Steven (Kayla) Bias, Jacob & Abigail Bias, Nicole, Sheila, Larry & Michael Lamorgese, Kayla (Joseph) Mwaipyana, Milton & Luther Watts, great Papaw of Destiny, Angela, Grace, Alexander, Landon, Matthias, Seraiah, Zakai, loving son of Michael Kochock Sr. and Helen Jeanette Ofsow, dearest brother of the Diane Rowe (deceased), Lawrence (Angela) Kochock, Nancy (Paul) Rini, Christine (Dennis, deceased) Coleman, William (Delores) Kochock and dear friend of many.

FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 2021, FROM 2 - 3 PM AT CORRIGAN CRACIUN FUNERAL HOME 14768 LORAIN AVE. CLEVELAND 44111, where Services will be held Tuesday at 3 PM.

RESTRICTED VISITATION AND SERVICES - FOLLOWING STATE SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES Everyone attending Visitation and Funeral Services are required to wear a mask and social distance themselves from others.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.CorriganCraciunFuneralHome.com for the Kochock family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021

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bonnie ols

April 9, 2021

good bye we love you!!

bonnie ols

April 9, 2021

Dad; Service ; April 6,2021

bonnie ols

April 9, 2021

Dad; Service ; April 6,2021

bonnie ols

April 9, 2021

Dad; Service April 6,2021

bonnie ols

April 9, 2021

Dad; M emorial service on April,6,2021

bonnie ols

April 9, 2021

To i see you you again Dad together in the family reunion in
paradise.
July 21,1949 to march 27,2021
you will be missed always love you Dad
Bonnie

bonnie ols

April 9, 2021

My Dad made me laugh sometimes he would do or say things that was funny but believe me he also had his serious side. as he got older or sick with Alzheimer's disease he would be more funny .. Also some times my Dad would just speak Polish out of nowhere and when he did you knew he was serious. .until i see you again Dad.
miss and love you your baby girl Bonbon) your Daughter Bonnie

Tracy LaMorgese

April 6, 2021

My dad always enjoyed the holidays at my house when we got to cookout and watch the children run around and play and swim especially during the Fourth of July when we watched the fireworks from the backyard

William Ols

April 5, 2021

My wife's father always treated me with dignity and respect. 🙏 He is missed. A man committed to his family😢. R.IP Mike

Drema Bias

April 3, 2021

My brother-in-law, Michael Kochock was one of the best. He always was willing to help me whenever he could. In our earlier years, when we would have a Bias Christmas, Michael and I would sit in the corner and just laugh. We would say, we are only the inlaws. We were both shy then. I will miss him. His kind heart, his, "Hey Girlfriend", when he seen me and his always saying to Sheila, "Hey She". He will truly be missed by a lot of people. He only just graduated before the rest of us!

FROM THE FAMILY

Michael Kochock
7/21/1949-3/27/2021

FROM THE FAMILY

I was a real cutie

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I was always a sharp dresser

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Mom, Dad, Larry, Diane and me

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Dad walking me down the Isle

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We'll see you in paradise
We love you

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So proud of you Jacob

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Me and my girls