Mary Orosz Komives born April 22, 1920, passed away at Sisters Assisted Living, London, Ohio June 12, 2021 at the age of 101. Preceded in death by her husband, Alexander Komives, Sr., granddaughter Courtney Alexcis Barton, Mother and Father Mary and Andy Orosz and brothers Andrew, Mike and Frank Orosz.
Loving wife and mother and survived by four children: Alex Komives, Jr. (Mary), Patty Komives Sullivan (Buren), Marty Komives (Elaine) and Debbie Komives Vecchiarelli. Nine grandchildren: Lisa Komives Littleton, Michael Komives, Shawn Barton, Kanda Vecchiarelli Benner, Shannon Winland Fox, Shelly Winland Williams, Brandi Komives Marlow, Alison Komives Crawford, Kenton Komives; eleven great grandchildren: Jake and Bella Barton, Ethan, Noah and Sarah Fox, Colin and Marin Marlow, Parker, Luke and Greyson Benner and Kade Williams. Many dear friends from Columbus, Bexley and London, Ohio.
She worked at Federal Glass, Children’s Hospital and the State of Ohio.
She was a volunteer at Grant Hospital, Bexley Thrift Shop and the Board of Elections. Belonged to the Red Hat Society, Women’s Guild at the Hungarian Reformed Church, Lifetime member of the William Penn, also a volunteer at Senior Citizen Center of Madison County and the HELP House of London, Ohio.
She met Alexander Komives in the Hungarian Reformed Church. Both graduated from south High School. Two of her children also graduated from South High, Alex and Patty.
Her passion to travel, both in the USA, and abroad. She loved to be adventurous and learn things about different countries.
She was a lifelong member of the Hungarian Reformed Church in Columbus, Ohio, where her entire family belonged. She was also an associate member of St. John’s Lutheran Church where she participated in activities since 2003 after moving to London.
Memorial services will be held at St. John’s Lutheran Church in London, Ohio on August 7, 2021 at 2:00 PM and at the Hungarian Reformed Church in Columbus on August 8, 2021 at 2:00 PM.
Contributions may be made to the Hungarian Reformed Church or St. John’s Lutheran Church. Condolences for the family may be sent to www.eberlefisherfuneralhome.com.
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