Lee Alan Kominsky, 61, went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on January 24, 2017. Lee was a lifelong Pensacola resident where he attended St. Michaels Grade School and Pensacola Catholic High School.
Lee was a pipefitter, welder and boilermaker who went on to serve the State of Florida as a Sargent in Century for 10 years. He established two businesses with his wife Debbie, operating Deb's Cut and Style for over 10 years before opening Bellview Barbering and Style; which they operated for over 20 years together.
He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed fishing, hunting, boating and camping. Lee fell in love with motorcycles at an early age and took every opportunity to ride his pride and joy, his Harley Custom softtail “Black Betty”
Most importantly, Lee was a loving husband, father and friend. He was devoted to his wife Debbie, children and grandchildren. He was a professed Christian, and had a deep sense of faith that he preached to others through his life.
He is survived by his wife of 34 years Deborah Kominsky, step-daughter Michele Radcliff (Cary), daughter Leesa Young (Sean), son Joe Kominsky, grandchildren Mason Hargrove, Kyndall Hargrove, Ashton Young, Jason Kominsky and Cooper Radcliff, siblings: Mary Harding, John Kominsky (Ann), David Kominsky, Robin Neidzweicki (Phillip) and Jill Cohen. His journey to heaven was preceeded by his father Joseph and his mother Mary Louise Kominsky.
Celebration of Life Services will be held Monday, January 30, 6 PM at Northview Baptist Church, 14 Stumpfield Rd.
The family requests any donations made in lieu of flowers be sent to the Joyce Goldenberg Hospice, 10075 Hillview Road.