Laszlo Johanidesz

Laszlo Johanidesz

August 14, 1944 - December 30, 2013

Laszlo Johanidesz

August 14, 1944 - December 30, 2013


Laszlo Johanidesz, 69, passed away on December 30, 2013, in Mission Hospital with his wife by his side. He was a loving husband and proud father.

He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Rita; son Laszlo Johanidesz; son Ryan Eric Johanidesz; daughter Christan Rose Johanidesz; brother Geza Johanidesz; as well as his mother Anna and sister Judith, who live in Hungary.

Laszlo was born in Pecs, Hungary, on August 14, 1944, to Anna and Laszlo Johanidesz. He came to New York in 1966 and moved to Los Angeles in 1981 with his wife to start his career in refrigeration & air conditioning. Laszlo’s career was his passion; he retired in 2010. He also loved gardening and technology.

Loved by many in Hungary, New York, and California; he will be greatly missed.

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8 responses to Laszlo Johanidesz

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  2. Daniel Mucci says:

    Rest In Beer Heaven Laz… If it werer not for you I would have never come to california for it was you that opened up opportunties that would have never experience, the good with the bad, for all, thats part of life and life as we very well know is too short. I will always remember the crazy times of hanging out in the valley challenging varous ethnic groups in dingy pool halls, celebrating the holidays, passing out late in the afternoon, and one thing, a trip to hawaii… (pics) We had beers that morning, and you had the bright idea to go snorkling. Well, I came in contact with sea urchin’s and had needles imipalled in my foot. You hauled me out of the ocean and parked my ass on the beach, calling for first aid… the first aid attendant came and said the best thing for the poision is to urinate on it. The words no sooner came out of the attendants mouth and you were pulling out your ….. to aim and fire and I yelled LAZLO DONT DOOOOOOO IT !!!! HAHAHAHAH
    I will always remember that… Im sorry i did not see much of you over the years, time flew by so fast… and continues to do so
    Say hello to my little angel when you bump into her…
    Rest forever in peace
    Daniel Mucci

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