ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Richard (Dad) Kobinski, 66 years old. We will remember him forever. Richard had a 14 year battle with Alzheimer's and fought it until the very end. Dad leave behind a legacy that surpasses him and will carry on the future generations. 

Dad loved to party and we will be holding a celebration of life in his honor. 
Celebration of Life: Saturday, April 17th at 1:30pm Pacific
Location: Los Gatos Memorial Park & Live streamed
Reception will follow the memorial starting at 3:15pm in Santa Clara, CA
We will be gathering to share some of our favorite memories, our stories, to laugh, to cry, and remember a wonderful person who will be greatly missed. 
***Links for streaming info***
Memorial: You are invited to the Private Broadcast™ of Richard Kobinski on April 17th 2021 at 1:30 PM PDT.
Use the PIN: 714-894
The service will be broadcasted and recorded at: https://viewlogies.net/darling-fischer-garden/y1mwzyEM6

Reception
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82633663130
Meeting ID: 826 3366 3130

For those of you who wish to contribute, here is a link to do so. Any funds remaining will be donated to the Alzheimer's association: 
https://www.gofundme.com/f/richards-final-fight-wi...

My Dad was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s in 2007 at the age of 53. He fought a long and hard battle with this debilitating disease which causes mental and physical impairments. For all of those who knew my Dad, they knew him as a fighter. He showed resilience in the face of adversity and the slow and steady loss of independence. Despite all of the Earthly limitations, he always showed positivity, optimism and love for his family. 

Dad passed as he would have liked, peacefully in his home with his loved ones surrounding him, singing, telling stories and rejoicing in all of the memories we were able to share together. 

These tough times have highlighted even more so than ever the lives he has touched and the legacy that lives on in each and every one of us. We try to find solace that he is at peace and he has finally found rest. 

Posted by Charles Adams on April 17, 2021
You are always in my thoughts and my heart. Rest in peace, with love, Charlie.
Posted by Krystle Sanchez on March 31, 2021
My dad was an amazing man. He was the life of the party and he loved his family more than imaginable. He would do anything for his family. He fought hard and long with Alzheimer's and maintained a positive outlook throughout. Despite this disease, he worked out and stayed active. As we've crossed these hard times, memories have rushed to mind. Our trip to Guam, Las Vegas and his slot machines, how fast he was whenever we ran or worked out (not many know this, but despite his condition he always could out perform me!), his laughter, his dancing (always!), his nervousness when he walked me down the aisle - yet he wasn't nervous at all when it came to our father daughter dance, our Winerschnitzel meals, our iHop meals, his amazing cooking.
Alzheimer's took a lot from him - and it took a lot from all of us, but it did not take his passion for life and his love for his family. It's a hard time, but I know he is fully healed and dancing with Jesus. He's just paving the path for us. So often he would get up early in the morning and surprise us with breakfast (croissants, chorizo burritos, eggs and hot dogs, etc). He also made an amazing feast when it come to holidays and even everyday cooking. His meals were legendary. I know he's cooking up in heaven. He's paving the way for us - he wants to make sure things are ready when our time comes.

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Posted by Charles Adams on April 17, 2021
You are always in my thoughts and my heart. Rest in peace, with love, Charlie.
Posted by Krystle Sanchez on March 31, 2021
My dad was an amazing man. He was the life of the party and he loved his family more than imaginable. He would do anything for his family. He fought hard and long with Alzheimer's and maintained a positive outlook throughout. Despite this disease, he worked out and stayed active. As we've crossed these hard times, memories have rushed to mind. Our trip to Guam, Las Vegas and his slot machines, how fast he was whenever we ran or worked out (not many know this, but despite his condition he always could out perform me!), his laughter, his dancing (always!), his nervousness when he walked me down the aisle - yet he wasn't nervous at all when it came to our father daughter dance, our Winerschnitzel meals, our iHop meals, his amazing cooking.
Alzheimer's took a lot from him - and it took a lot from all of us, but it did not take his passion for life and his love for his family. It's a hard time, but I know he is fully healed and dancing with Jesus. He's just paving the path for us. So often he would get up early in the morning and surprise us with breakfast (croissants, chorizo burritos, eggs and hot dogs, etc). He also made an amazing feast when it come to holidays and even everyday cooking. His meals were legendary. I know he's cooking up in heaven. He's paving the way for us - he wants to make sure things are ready when our time comes.
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Brother Richard

Shared by Glennas Alvarez on April 4, 2021
Glenn remembers when he and Richard built stereos.. and they would see who could get the most bass out of their sound system! Good times! 
Lena remembers Richard sense of humor about everything! How he called in- laws "out laws", laughed at himself, and how he and I came up with an elaborate business plan to have alzheimers people be " life buddy's" for all kinds of tasks for people, like being the 2nd person in the car so people could drive in the car pool lane,  or wait in long lines for people..etc. lol! We had some great laughs! 
We love you forever Brother!