Timothy David Gradomski

Born: 08/18/1987 Passed:

Timothy David Gradomski 33, of Eastlake, and grew up in Madison, passed away, August 19, 2020, the day after he turned 33.  Timothy struggled as a young child with health problems and then later with addiction problems.  Tim was a trusted friend to many, and many have passed away.  He loved his family and always wanted a family of his own.  He was very happy when his daughter, Kapri was born, he loved her so much.  Tim also loved being with his niece and nephews.  He struggled with self-esteem, but he did know Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior (thanks to the Heritage House in Cincinnati) and that is what kept him going.   He loved the Cavaliers, Indians and Browns.  He was excited when he had tickets to the Cavs game and wanted his mother to go with him.

He is now at peace with Our God in heaven and with his aunt, Diane; uncle, Mike; grandfather, Charles Baker; grandmother, Audrey Baker Kelly; grandmother, Irene Gradomski; and grandfather, Henry Gradomski.

He leaves behind his daughter, Kapri Gradomski; father, Ronald Gradomski; mother, Deborah Baker Rule; brother, Robert Rule; sister, Kelly Rule; aunts, Candy and Pam; uncle, Dave; nieces and nephews, Bobby Rule, Kailee Wilson, Justin Wilson, Blake Wilson & great-niece Madilyn.  Tim, we love you so much. Until we meet again.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Association. Services will be held August 29, 2020, from 12:00 noon until 2:00 PM at The Freedom Assembly of God, 5420 W. Heisley Rd., Mentor, Ohio. Those attending services are asked to please wear a proper protective mask and practice safe distancing requirements. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

 

Heritage Cremation Society

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  1. Deborah Baker Rule says:

    Tim, I miss you more than words can say. I prayed and had everyone i know praying for you and God decided not to let you suffer anymore.
    I was going to tell you but did not want to tell you over the phone that your Uncle Mike passed away and you would see him in heaven. You know how you wanted a dog or a therapy dog, well i also wanted to tell you and show you a picture of Dick Goddard’s passing away and he had a lot of dogs and puppies surrounding him so i was going to tell you to ask him if you can have one of those puppies. So hopefully by now you did pick one out. Love You so much, until we meet again. Your Mother.

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