Randy's Dogs

Walter Komosinski Page14

This is some of the dogs I have today.
The pups are eating good at four weeks you may come get them or wait until they are 6 weeks.
Some Laws & theories about dogfighting.
Some of the dogs I fought 1960's 70' 80's History #2 & dogs fought out of my dogs.
Many New Arrest. These dogfighters families suffer more than any dogs when arrested.
Some top Bred Patterdale Terriers.
Weldon Stockton's Page Also Bennett Clayton.
(Joseph) Joe Corvino & Floyd Merriman story
Some History J. Williams, B. De Cordova & More & Light'in Billy.. #3
Some Pitbull history # 4
Earl Tudor PAGE #6
John P. Colby, Family and dogs. Page # 7
Some old timers- George C. Armitage-Al Brown-George Saddler Page # 8
Lonzo Pratt and some Zebo talk.
Don Mayfield and some dogs he owned & some he Borrowed Page # 10
Floyd Boudreaux one of the Best dogmen of my era. Page # 11
More Floyd Boudreaux Bullyson,Eli Jr. ,Zebo comparison. Page12
Danny Burton Page 13
Walter Komosinski Page14
Bert Clouse Page 15
Howard Heinzl page 16
Ralph Greenwood Page 17
Clyde Mason page 18
Bobby Hall Page 19
Maurice Carver Page 20
Lots of top dog men. A1
Lots of top dogmen A2
Lots of top dogmen A3
Rick Halliburton and Marty Reed & Dick Harp. Page 21
Donald Lee Maloney Page 22
Gary J. Hammonds page 23
Robert L. Neblett Page 24
Cecil Collins & stories about A.B. Forsythe. Page 25
Oklahoma dogmen in the early days page 26
George Gilman Page 27
William J. Lightner Page and Norman Hooten with Butcherboy. 28.
Clemmons & Elliott page 29
Wolves Attack Pitbulls on chains in Yugoslavia. See what happened
Building a Breeding Stand and a forever Swivel. Trahan Gaboons dogfighting rules.
Some old Pedigrees
Some friends I've met through my Pitbull Era and my family.
Why do pitbulls all have a different level of gameness?
Why do people fight dogs.
What I think about Pedigrees online.
Unjust facts about pitbulls and dogfighters.
Politics and a USDA & Health Department Warning.
Some of the dogs I liked from the 60's-70's and 80's
My Friends from other Countries..
Interesting History Concerning children and Pitbulls
Some More Pitbull Trivia and old pitbull photos with famous people

Walter Komosinski was one good old dogman from the early days.

Walter on his way to work.

Another photo of Walter.

"United States Census, 1930," Walter Komosinski, Toledo, Lucas, Ohio

name: Walter Komosinski
event: Census
event date: 1930
event place: Toledo, Lucas, Ohio
gender: Male
age: 37
marital status: Married
race: White
birthplace: Poland
estimated birth year: 1893
immigration year: 1910
relationship to head of household: Head
father's birthplace: Poland
mother's birthplace: Poland
enumeration district number: 0029
family number: 11
sheet number and letter: 1B
line number: 52
nara publication: T626, roll 1834
film number: 2341568
digital folder number: 4639653
image number: 00309
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head Walter Komosinski M 37 Poland
wife Josephine Komosinski F 29 Poland
daughter Lucillie Komosinski F 6 Ohio
daughter Winifred Komosinski F 1 Ohio
boarder Joseph Sh?Gon M 28 Pennsylvania
boarder Andrew Sh?Gon M 21 Pennsylvania

 This is also before Walter Komonski moved to Craighton,Pennsylvania.

"United States Census, 1940," Walter Komosinski, Ward 4, Toledo City, Toledo City, Lucas, Ohio, United States

name: Walter Komosinski
titles & terms:
event: Census
event year: 1940
event place: Ward 4, Toledo City, Toledo City, Lucas, Ohio, United States
gender: Male
age: 46
marital status: Married
race (original):
race (standardized): White
relationship to head of household (original):
relationship to head of household (standardized): Head
birthplace: Poland
estimated birth year: 1894
residence in 1935: Same House
enumeration district number: 95-56
family number: 98
sheet number and letter: 6B
line number: 42
nara publication number: T627
nara roll number: 3258
digital folder number: 005460405
image number: 00635
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head Walter Komosinski M 46 Poland
wife Josephine Komosinski F 39 Poland
daughter Lucille Komosinski F 16 Ohio
daughter Winifred Komosinski F 11 Ohio
roomer Joseph Shegon

Walter Komosinski, "Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1946

name: Walter Komosinski
titles & terms:
event: Marriage
event date: 02 Oct 1946
event place: Allegheny, Pennsylvania, United States
age: 1895
estimated birth year:
father's titles & terms:
mother's titles & terms:
spouse: Mildred Janocha
spouse's titles & terms:
spouse's age:
spouse's estimated birth year:
spouse's father:
spouse's father's titles & terms:
spouse's mother:
spouse's mother's titles & terms:
reference number:
film number: 2032756
digital folder number: 004832311
image number: 01847

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    Walter Komosinski, "United States, World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942"

    name: Walter Komosinski
    event: Draft Registration
    event date: 1942
    event place: Creighton, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
    gender: Male
    birth date: 14 Aug 1894
    nara publication title: World War II Draft Cards (4th Registration) for the State of Pennsylvania
    nara publication number: M1951
    arc identifier: 563728
    film number: 2240664
    digital folder number: 004128535
    image number: 02619

    Walter and some of his fine dogs.

    Originally written by Ozzie Stevens.

    Walter was born in Poland. He left home at the age of 13 to join the circus in Germany.
    He came to the U.S. when he was around 20, and was introduced to the dog game when he met George Armitage, who lived near him.
    Walter worked in the coal mines near Pittsburg. Lacking a formal education, he went to night school to advance himself. He passed an I.C.S course to become a safety foreman.
    At this time, George Armitage had a dog called BING, that he couldn't get matched advertised in his book. Armitage boasted that Bing was the best in the country.
    Walter had a young dog called JUMBO. These were catchweight dogs.
    Walter didn't feel his dog was ready for BING. but, with a little persuasion and a few drinks, a match among friends was set up.
    But, when Walter arrived at the pit, he felt like he was in big trouble. In the other corner stood Harry Clark, and Jack Ward along with Armitage.
    It so happened that they got the surprise of their life when JUMBO won in one hour, thirty five minutes when they picked BING up.
    Walter had a friend, John Roofner, who had a dog called BROWNIE. (pit weight 43lbs.)
    They set up a match with George Saddler, a great-great dog man from Mississippi.
    Roofner was an amateur, but BROWNIE won.
    Saddler bounced back, only to be beaten again, and yet again a third time. This third match went over three hours.
    Roofner then gave BROWNIE to Walter, who built his whole yard around him.
    All Walter's dogs were line bred on BROWNIE, and by 1970 all Walter's dogs were white.
    Some say he mixed the White Bull Terrier in, but regardless, they were some of the best dogs around. Komosinski's MUTT was sold to Ozzie, who bred him to a granddaughter of Cotton's BULLET. Out of the litter of four, one was given to Walter. The others (Ozzie's Radar, Bryan's Joker, and Bryan's Lulu) were absolutely outstanding bulldogs. they could all hold their own with the best dogs of today.
    Walter had an 85 acre farm, with three treadmills in the barn. Any Sunday that I dropped in on him, the dogs would be running all three mills full blast.
    Walter bred and always had plenty of dogs. But you could never get one from him unless he knew you were a good dog keeper.
    Walter was one tough cookie. When he was 80 years old, he stopped a dog belonging to a man named Livingston in 14 minutes.
    Livingston took offense to Walter's stopping his dog in such a short time, so he started roughing up Walter's other dogs as he left the barn. Walter warned him twice. Then Walter let him have it with an uppercut, knocking Livingston back about eight feet.
    As Livingston was getting up, Walter quickly took off his glasses, folded them in his pocket, and came in fast, hitting Livingston with a right and dropping him again. This time I stepped between the men, I grabbed Livingston to hold him back, but I didn't need to because he didn't want anymore.
    I was afraid for Walter because of the age diffeence. Walter was 80, Livingston was 38.
    Walter probably had the best dog houses in the country. They were made out of oak 2x4's and 4x4's, completely sealed with roof coating, and covered with galvanized roofs.
    Walter continued to match dogs until he was approaching 87 years of age.
    He won the last three matches he had before he died.
    He won over Texas Ron and Big Brad at 54lbs. males. Ron handled a hell of a dog from Texas, a stifle dog with a good mouth. But Walt's dog, HERO was one step better. HERO was a grandson of the MUTT dog. Match time was about 43 minutes.
    Walter also beat a son of ZEBO out of Rocco's CHERRY BOMB.
    When Walter took sick with circulatory and heart problems, he knew he wasn't going to make it. He instructed his neighbor Stanley to do away with all his dogs.
    Walter died January 30, 1983 at age 88.


     Walter Komosinski died Sunday Jan 30, 1983 and his wife Victoria died July 3, 1983. This info was sent to me by the following person.
    Louise Stanzione
    President Tarentum Genealogical

    I'm not sure how many wives he had but he did have a wife before Victoria.


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