Slave Damjanoski, 66 years old, born on Sept 8th, 1956 to Kiro and Vera Damjanoski, passed away after a long battle on Dec. 8th, 2022. He is survived by his father and sister, his wife of 41 years, Mirjana Damjanoska, his 3 daughters, Olivera, Elida and Marijana and his grandchildren, Maxim, Adam, Kaia, Evelyn, Mila and Eleanor. He was a loving and amazing husband, a good son, a strong and protective father, a proud grandfather, and a role model to his sons-in-law. He was loved and respected by all.
Slave was a lover of wine, of playing soccer with his grandkids, traveling with the family, and he loved to cook Italian food for his family. He was serious, yet had an amazing sense of humor. He was fun and loved to plan and have parties. He loved to laugh, to sing Macedonian songs, and most of all, to grab his wife's hand spontaneously and waltz with her in his living room.
He follows his mother Vera into Heaven. He will be greatly missed but he will live in our hearts forever.
A funeral service will be held on Weds Dec 14th, at 11am, at Hansen Desert Hills Mortuary and Cemetery, 6500 E Bell Rd, Scottsdale, 85254.
Michael Amine wrote on Dec 12, 2022:
"My father in law. I was scared to meet him and then he hugged me and made me feel welcome into the family. That is the type of person he was? I loved his daughter, so he loved me. But? he thought Kobe Bryant was the best player of all time, and I could not convince him it was not true! I will miss those discussions with him, drinking pivo and moonshine with him, watching ?football? and arguing american football is better, and sitting next to the godfather himself at family dinners during the holidays anc watching him bowl strike after strike in Wii bowling. I have no idea how he was so good at it! I love you Slave and miss you sir. Until we meet again, I will do my best to take of the people you loved."