Meyer Mike Kovich

October 17, 1917March 2, 2013

Meyer Mike Kovich was born on October 17, 1917 and passed away on March 2, 2013.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Meyer Mike Kovich

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March 25, 2013

Very sorry for your loss.Mike was great and wonderful man. He will missed by anyone who knew him.

Fondly, Ed Jan's ( Bertha and Irv's son)

Cheri Komaiko

March 6, 2013

My sincere condolences to the entire Kovich family. Your dad was terrific and I hope all the good memories are a comfort to you.

Fanny Cisneros

March 6, 2013

To the Kovich Family,

Please accept my heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your beloved one. My prayers are with you and your family during this time.

March 6, 2013

To the Kovich family,
We were so sorry and saddened to hear of your dad's passing. Having you for our neighbors and friends on Crandon Avenue holds many happy and special memories. It feels like a chapter is closing. Paul, Bunny and Ronnie, your dad has left a wonderful legacy and will always be remembered. We will keep you all close in thought and prayer during this time.

With love,
Helene and Paul Acker

Jody Battles

March 6, 2013

To the Kovich Family.
I've worked with son Paul at the University of Southern California for 30 years. I had the privilege of meeting both his mother Diane and Meyer years ago and I wish the family peace in this time of sorrow.

Gloria Tushbai

March 5, 2013

Dear Bunny,

So deeply sorry to hear about your father's passing. I send my deepest condolences to you and all of your family.

Gloria Tushbai

March 5, 2013

To The Family of Meyer Kovich:

My wife Joan, and I offer our condolences to each and everyone of you. Through Wilmar Printing, I have known Meyer for over 60 years and he was truly gentle, kind and well respected both in the printing field and beyond.
My Dad, Harold Sr. and later my brother Harold Jr. made direct contact with Meyer as a valued customer and friend, presently, they are all at peace. After I retired from Smith Typesetting I had the privilege of playing several rounds of golf with Meyer and enjoyed every moment with him. Enjoyed my visits with him at Park Place and our many chats about the White Sox. Go Sox! He will be missed by all.
Don Smith
--Prospect Heights

March 5, 2013

To the entire Kovich family,
It seems like just yesterday that we were all playing on Crandon Avenue! And now WE have become the patriarchs & matriarchs of our families. It is with such regret that we send this message & yet, with such loving memories of the Kovich/Milstein relationship that lasted for so many decades!! May your wonderful father/grandfather be remembered by the beautiful memories he left all of us. Thinking of you at this sad time....Andi & Mike Swidler

March 5, 2013

We share your sorrows and shall always remember his warm greetings and the special way he made us feel whenever we saw one another. He was truly a great guy who was a lifetime friend to many. Hoping all of you will be comforted by your wonderful memories.

Debbie and Joel Brodsky

March 4, 2013

It was such a pleasure knowing Mr. Kovich. He was a wonderful gentleman who will be greatly missed by all his friends at the Park of Golf Mill.