Richard J. Kaminski
A memorial service is scheduled for 6 pm, Friday, April 6, 2012 at Ballard Chapel for Richard Kaminski, 72, who passed away on Sunday, April 1, 2012 in Roswell.
Richard was born January 14, 1940 in Randolph, Wisconsin to Maximus and Ethel Olaughlin Kaminski. Both his parents preceded him death. He is also preceded in death by his three brothers William Kaminski, Jerome Kaminski and Bernard Kaminski.
Richard is survived by his sons John Kaminski and wife Maria of Denver, CO., Joseph and James Kaminski of Beaver Dam, WI. daughter Brenda Kaminski Quincy and husband Mike of Burlington, NC brother Robert Kaminski and wife Roxanne of Milwaukee, WI. sisters Rosemary Minnema and Richard of Portage, WI and Kathryn Schoemann of WI his granddaughter Morgan Kaminski of Beaver Dam, WI and numerous nieces and nephews.
Richard lived in Roswell since 1995 coming from Madison, WI. He was active in Chaves County Democratic Party. Richard served on a Governors Task Force for the disabled and he was very well known for evocating for the disabled in Roswell.
In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 2021 Girard Boulevard Suite 112, Albuquerque, NM 871063100.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory. An online registry can be accessed at www.ballardfuneralhome.com
My deepest sympathy to your family.
Richard KoehnBeaver Dam, WI
Much love and sympathy to the family on the loss of Grandpa Dick. He was always good to me and was never at a loss for a good story or for a saucy joke. He will be missed.
Tracey FerronBeaver Dam, WI
It was a pleasure working with Dick on the disabiliity commission in Roswell and at CHOICES CIL. I learned alot from him about advocating for the disabled community. Rest in peace Dick.
Thomas KirbyCarlsbad, NM
Will miss your attitude and knowledge of how to get things done. I know you are in a much better place. Never forget how you and Ione adopted me when I arrived in Roswell. Many Blessings to your family and know that you have touched many peoples lives in a way they wont forget.
Diana Wilson n Familyroswell, NM
We are sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. We will be praying for you today and the coming days for peace and harmony in your family and for the glory of the Lord to be shown through you.
Much love to you and your husband
John and Millie MorrisRed Oak, NC
Dick will be greatly missed not only by his family and friends but also by the community. He worked diligently to support those with physical disabilities. He was VERY proud of his family God bless you
Judy ArmstrongRoswell, NM
Brenda, Mike and family, know that you are in our prayers and in our love. We pray that the God of all peace and comfort guard and guide your hearts in these days. We love you dearly
Howard and Nicole JacksonRocky Mount, NC
You are all in our prayers for the peace which passes all understanding to guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus during this time and always. Much love, Rhonda Eddie
Eddie Rhonda WoltmanRocky Mount, NC
We had many good memories and travels. May you be in peace now.
Ione RunyanKansas City, KS
I want to offer my condolences to Uncle Dicks family and friends. I am glad I was able to see him a couple years ago when he happened to be visiting his son, John, at the same time as my family and I were in Colorado. He was much the same as my earlier memories... philosophical, deliberate, and as energetic as ever. His earthly presence will be missed.
Nancy UthkeEyota, MN
You will forever be in my heart and greatly missed My thoughts and prayers to your family, rest in peace...
Rebecca SanchezCarlsbad, NM
We would like to express our deepest condolences upon the passing of Dick.
It is our sincerest hope that, through faith and family you will find peace and closure.
Sorry for your loss.
Bob Betty EilbesBeaver Dam, WI
Dick was my early morning weather man by texting me every morning with the weather. Had many good conversations with him and will miss him every morning.
Karen ColeCarlsbad, NM