Klodian Jovani, a bright electrical engineer, lover of life, father of Enton, and husband of his wonderful wife Erinda left this planet on December 10th, 2022, for a life among the angels. He passed away surrounded by family at the age of 46, after a 9 month battling with a brain tumor.
Klodian was born in Fier Albania on May 5th, 1976. He was a graduate of Tirana University with a degree in Electrical Engineering. For most of his career he worked at Bankers Petroleum. For 17 years Klodian was not just a co-worker, but was also a good friend to all. He had been a valued member of the company and played an important role as an Electrical Engineering Manager and will always be remembered for his tireless efforts to make the company successful. He was a natural-born optimist even during the most difficult times. He was the type of man that when he entered a room everyone felt the glow of his joy in life, his love for the world and for those around him. To some, he was a brother, to many he was their best friend, and to the rest, he was the most tender, generous, positive soul they’d ever met.
Klodian’s connection to his extended family was admirable. Family within driving distance was often pleasantly surprised by his friendly visits. Klodian worked hard all his life to reach his dreams, but this is no different than many other people. What set him apart is how he did it. He did it with honesty, dignity, and always with a smile on his face. Klodian’s generosity and altruism were unmatched.
Klodian will be missed terribly by his family and friends, and will be remembered for his charisma, humility, good energy, and for how he led his life by example until his very last moments. His legacy is carried on by his 14-year old son Enton; his beloved wife Erinda (Sota) Jovani; his parents Lida (Karafili) and Andon Jovani of Peabody; his brother Andi Jovani and his wife Sovina of Peabody; his sister Aida Jovani and husband Jim Hensel of Boston. Klodian was also survived by his nephews Drin Jovani of Peabody, Jaxson and Grayson Hensel of Boston. We were blessed to have had Klodian as part of our lives, to admire and to learn from him.
Please join us to say our goodbyes with Klodian's family at the Ruggiero Family Memorial Home North Shore Chapel 10 Chestnut St, Peabody, MA 01960, Wednesday, December 14th from 5 PM to 8 PM. For directions or to offer an online expression of sympathy please visit www.ruggieromhpeabody.com. In Klodian’s memory, in lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Gofundme campaign we have created to help with his son’s education. https://gofund.me/d6ac62c3
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