Wrisley Funeral Home
90 Sugarloaf Street, South Deerfield, MA 01373
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Kevin Christopher Komosa
Kevin's parents will be hosting a celebration of his life in the near future
Whately, MA — Kevin Christopher Komosa, age 41, passed away in the early morning hours on Sunday, September 18th from injuries resulting from a motorcycle accident while riding in New Hampshire on Saturday. Kevin is survived by his two beautiful children Kourtney 7 and Kalvin 5. They lived in Whately with their dad. He is also survived by his mother Donna O'Neil and step father Denis O'Neil of Whately, his father Henry "Kip" Komosa and step mother Michele Komosa of Deerfield, his brother Kip Komosa and sister in-law Valerie Komosa of Deerfield and many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews from the area.

Kevin is a graduate from Frontier Regional, the class of 2000.

Kevin was a very hard worker to say the least. From an early age of 7, growing pumpkins and corn and selling them alongside Rt 5 out of his little red wagon to owning and operating Kevin Komosa Enterprise LLC., a trucking and construction business in South Deerfield. Kevin's trucks helped in the reconstruction of many highways in our area as well as the new track at Fronter, hauled sand and salt to many towns and state highway garages. Other parts of Kevin's businesses included snow plowing and removal, landscaping and construction.

Kevin had a passion for motorcycles. He started riding at the age of 4 and at 8 started to race them. He had a special talent for this and was always at the top of his class. Kevin also raced snowmobiles. So many good times and great adventures.

Kevin also had a passion for animals and adored his dogs both past and present.

With all that Kevin has done in his very short life, and what brought him the most joy, gratitude, happiness and fulfillment was his children, Kourtney and Kalvin. He loved his children so much that he would and did anything for them. All it takes is to see photos of him with his children to see the deepest and happiest smiles on their faces. Those smiles tell the whole story. There was nothing more important to Kevin than his children. He was a spectacular dad.

We will all miss his infectious smile and will not forget it.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Shriner's Children's Hospital. Or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.