OBITUARY

Nikolaos Ilias DRAKOS

February 11, 1970November 16, 2021

Nikolaos I. Drakos, 51, of Fort Wayne passed away as the result of a vehicle accident, Tuesday, November 16, 2021 at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, IN. He was born to Ilias and Maria (Xarakopos) Drakos in Lavrio, Greece on February 11, 1970. Nikolaos married Linda Clark Kaveh on January 23, 1992. She survives him in Fort Wayne. Mr. Drakos worked as a Driver for Reilley Trucking Inc. Nick loved to play golf, watch Formula One Racing, play with his two German Shepherds, Bruno and Bella, travel and visit Casinos with his wife. He is also survived by his parents, Ilias and Maria Drakos; brother, Panagiotis “Taki” Drakos; stepdaughter, Taraneh Kaveh Staples and stepson, Kevin Kaveh.Per Mr. Drakos’ wishes, there will be no services at this time. D.O. McComb and Son’s Funeral Homes – Covington Knolls Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements. Share a fond memory or condolence at www.mccombandsons.com.

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Scott Walters

November 21, 2021

I was fortunate to call Nick a friend and to meet and become friends with Linda, the love of his life.

There are so many stories about this guy that bring a smile to my face. All the gyros we shared (even the ones Linda didn't know about lol). Dump truck karaoke. The things he taught me about life and family. Nick, you will forever be the Greek God of Trucking. I always knew I could count on you.

I will surely miss you.

Leia Sakellariou

November 20, 2021

I met Nick and Linda as customers @ King Gyros. We quickly became friends. I've never met a man that adored his wife as much as Nick did Linda. His memory will be eternal, and he will be missed. Kalo taxidi Niko. Kalo paradiso

Alton Chapman

November 20, 2021

Nick and his wife came to my house for a fish fry and we really enjoyed his humor. Nick and I worked together and talked about fishing and playing golf. I am sorry that we never got to go together. We always harassed each other when we saw each other. He was a fun guy. Nick will be missed.

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