Robert “Bob” A. Risko passed away on August 10th, 2020.
Born in Cleveland, OH on August 18th, 1951, he lived and remained in this area throughout his life of 68 years. Bob was a graduate of Orange High School, Class of 1969. He was a Veteran of the Ohio Army National Guard. Bob was a member of Cement Masons Local #404 as a cement finisher, and he always took pride in his work. His hobbies included many outdoor activities: riding his motorcycle, boating, fishing, hunting, golfing and playing various card games. Bob attended Parkside Church in Solon, Ohio. Bob was a caring, loving person and was always there to help anyone in need. Throughout his life it was guaranteed he would always have a cherished dog in his life, including his most recent – Casper.
Bob was preceded in death by his Father, James P. Risko, and Mother Anna (nee Fedor) Risko.
Loving Brother of James N. (Shirley) Risko, Karen (Gene) Hoch and Sharon (Tim) McGuinness.
Loving Uncle to many nieces and nephews: Brian (Cathy) Risko, Daniel Risko, Philip (Christina) Risko, Michael (Amy) Tuzziano, Carla (Bryan) Sheeler, Christopher Hoch, Sean McGuinness, Kelly (Kevin) Boggs and Scott McGuinness; Great-Uncle to Gracie, Chase, Danny, Mia, Miles, Emma, Michael Jr., Alivia, Foster, Breeana and Ava.
Bob lived and enjoyed life to the fullest and will truly be missed by family and friends, whose love for him will remain forever within their hearts. Memories of him will live on and never be forgotten.
A Celebration of Life Service for Bob will be held for family and friends on Thursday, September 3rd, 2020 at 6:00 pm with Pastor Dan Gregory officiating, with a meal to follow. Celebration of Life Service Location: Grace Church, 3970 Cleveland Massillon Rd. Norton, OH 44203 (330) 825-6291.
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