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Memory Eternal to Larisa Kaminskaya

On April 9, unexpectedly for friends and loved ones, our parishioner Larisa – a wonderful woman, a kind, strong spirit-person, a caring mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, beloved wife, died.

Originally from Poltava, Larisa managed to comprehend the heights of medical sciences in Moscow.

For many of us, Larisa is an example of a demanding

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Raisa Kolesnikova – Memory internal

On March 29, 2018 at 14.45 in our hospital in Vancouver (VGH) our dear parishioner Raisa Kolesnikova died.

I often ask myself, how did we end up with my family in Vancouver? To justify mymself said that after retirement in a crumbling country it is difficult to raise children, after many years of service, nothing

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Funeral service for Tania Romeril (Zaionchkovsky) on June 28

The Funeral service for Tania Romeril (Zaionchkovsky) will take place on June 28 2017 at 10 am (an hour and a half long) at Holy Resurrection Russian Orthodox Sobor (75 East 43rd Ave Vancouver).

Then burial is in Tsawwassen at Boundary Bay Cemetery 856 56th Street at about 12:30 pm. …it is not a large

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Dec 1 2016 Funeral service Nikolai Kolesnikov

The Service

Words by Fr Michael

Words by grandson Sasha Eulogy

Words by Nikolay’s student Fred Samorodin

Words by Marina Osmolovskaya

Photos

Words by grandson Sasha Eulogy

Thank you guys so much for coming. We are gathered here NOT to mourn, but to celebrate the beautiful life of my

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On Nov 25, 2016 Nikolai Kolesnikov passed away

Nikolai Mikhailovich Kolesnikov, 92 years old, passed away peacefully on Friday, November 25, 2016 at the residence of Louis Brier (41 Avenue, Vancouver).

Nikolai was born on April 3, 1924 in Moscow, Russia, from Elena Brun (Baroness) and Mikhail Kolesnikov.

Nikolai was a graduate of the Russian Institute of Theater Arts – GITIS, where he

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In Memoriam: Archimandrite Alexander (Pihach)

In Memoriam: Archimandrite Alexander (Pihach) Archimandrite Alexander (Pihach), 64, unexpectedly fell asleep in the Lord on the night of October 7, 2016 while visiting the rectory of Christ the Saviour Sobor in Toronto, where he was the guest of Archpriest Vasyl and Matushka Oksana Kolega.

Archimandrite Alexander (Pihach) had faithfully served as Dean of the

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March 29, 2015 A memorial service for Fr Andrey Somov, the infant Nicholas, and servant of God Basil

Larissa Tkatchow fell asleep in the Lord on September 7th 2013.

Larissa Tkatchow fell asleep in the Lord on September 7th 2013.

She was an active member of Holy Resurrection Sobor for many years, singing in the choir, working in Church council, helping the needy.

Panikhida for Larissa Tkatchow will take place on Wednesady, September 11th at 7pm, and

Funeral

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40-day Memorial service for Father Andrew Somow

Dear parishioners of Holy Resurrection Sobor!

Christ is Risen!

On this coming Saturday, May 5th at 10 am there will be a 40-day Memorial service for Father Andrew Somow in our church.

After the Service there will be a Pot- Luck style Lunch.

The Lunch is coordinated by Irina Naverniouk tel 604.271-6450 cell 778.235-4092

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April 3-4 2012 – Panikhida and the Funeral of Fr Andrew Somow

April 4th – Speech by Fr. Alexander (Pichach)

April 3rd 2012 – Panikhida at Holy Resurrection Sobor at 19:00 April 4th – Liturgy of Pre-Sanctified Gifts in the St. Michael the Archangel Serbian Orthodox Church at 8:30am April 4th 2012 – Panikhida in the St. Michael the Archangel Serbian Orthodox Church April 4th 2012

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Memory Eternal to the deceased servant of God Father Andrew Somow!

Dear parishioners of Holy Resurrection Sobor, I would like to give you the schedule of the Funeral service for our beloved Father Andrew.

April 3rd ( Tuesday) Panikhida at Holy Resurrection Sobor at 19:00 April 4th (Wednesday) Liturgy of Pre-Sanctified Gifts in the St. Michael the Archangel Serbian Orthodox Churchat 8:30am, followed by the Funeral

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Memory Eternal to Hieromonk James (McLuckie)

The Hieromonk James (McLuckie) 64, former priest, who was attached to the Holy Resurrection Russian Orthodox Sobor (Vancouver, BC), fell asleep in the Lord at the Retirement home in Kamloops, BC on July 22, 2009. Fr. Michael Fourik visited Fr. James in Kamloops for two days a week before his death. During this time Fr.

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Alexandra Pavlovna Tzvetkoff

OBITUARY FOR ALEXANDRA PAVLOVNA TZVETKOFF

My mother’s family came from Poltava in the northern Ukraine. Her parents were a Ukrainian farmer Pavel Gulida and his Russian wife ‚ Paraskeva. Like many others at that time, they loaded all their belongings in a cart and set out across Siberia to open new lands and start

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Tatiana Mihailovna Somow 1901-2002

By Priest Andrey Somov

On New Year’s Eve, my dear Mother Tatiana M. Somov, peacefully fell asleep in the Lord. She lived a very long and productive life. After her death, I heard some people say that she was indeed the “Last of the Mohicans” of Pre-Revolution Russia. This is true, for she was

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Rudkevich Anton

MEMORY ETERNAL TO OUR FRIEND ANTON RUDKEWICH

(1912 — 2002)

On January 24th this year, the Holy Resurrection Sobor celebrated the 90th Birthday of our dear Anton Rudkievich. All of us prayed for his health and thanked God for the gift of 90 years. A big part of his life Anton dedicated to

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Tamara Pistophides

IN MEMORY OF TAMARA PISTOPHIDES 1909-2002

Thank you dear friends and family for coming today to share in our sorrow. Death held no fear for Tamara, she had mentally prepared herself a long time ago. She had an abiding faith in God and this gave her great comfort and peace. Tamara was born in

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Prince Andre Alekseevich Orbeliani

Prince Andre Orbeliani.

THANK YOU NELSON – A sad news reached us in Russia: in Nelson, British Columbia there passed away one of her remarkable sons, Prince Andre Orbeliani. He had reached almost one hundred years of age. All of his life he was true to the far away land of his birth

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Tamara Antonovna Mihailoff 1920-2001

by Priest Andrey Somow

We have come here today, to say good-bye to our newly-departed sister in Christ Tamara Antonovna Mihailoff. She was a long time member of our Parish, of our Sisterhood and of the Church Council. We came to pray for her soul at the time when her soul is beginning its

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Nikitina Tatiana

TANIA (TATIANA) NIKITIN (1913-2001)

The Funeral of Tatiana Nikitina

Tatiana Eismont was born on December 22, 1913, in Tsftsikhar, Manchuria (China). With her parents, Alexandra Nikolaevna (nee Ossipova) and Stephan Danielovich Eismont (an officer in the Russian Imperial Army, and later, a Civil Engineer). Tania immigrated to Canada in 1925, to

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Gilbert Parker Brown 1908-2001

September 9, 1908 in Dartmouth – April 16, 2001 at Burnaby General Hospital

Gilbert P. Brown was born on September 9, 1908 in Dartmouth, in the Province of Nova Scotia, to Robert S. and Louise Brown. He was one of eleven children and the last of the family to pass away on Easter Monday,

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Smart Edna

EDNA (LUBA) SMART 1933-2000

Edna was born on May 14, 1933 in Grand Prairie, Alberta. She was the daughter of Alexander and Paraskewa Wolyniec. Edna lived on a farm in Alberta until 1952 when the family decided to move to Richmond, British Columbia. Edna was 19 years old at this time and started working for

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Evseef Raisa Petrovna 1910-2000

05.09. 1910 – 2000, Fraser View Cemetery

Raisa was born in Siberia Russia on the 5 September 1910 to Russian Parents.

Raisa’s father was known as Peter the merchant. The family owned a dairy store. I don’t remember her mothers name but I do know she was known as a lady and a wonderful hostess

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Chaikowsky Faina 1910-2000

1910 Harbin – 2000 By the Family

Faina was one of 5 siblings born to Jacob and Ustinia Fetissoff in Harbin in 1910. Her mother was a homemaker. Her father held a good position with the railroad and the family lived fairly well for a number of years. Later on, when the communists invaded the

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Bilokury Pavla Mihailovna 1908-2000

1908 Russia, Balokovo – 22 August 2000 in Peace Arch Hospital

Pavla Mihailovna Bilokury was born in Russia in 1908 on the estate of her parents situated in a scenic area of the river Volga between Balokovo and Saratov. Their enterprise and hard work created wealth and well being the family. All this continued until

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Archbishop Sylvester

1914 – 2000. Memory Eternal!

Archbishop SYLVESTER (Haruns), retired ruling hierarch of the OCA Archdiocese of Canada, former temporary administrator of the Orthodox Church in America and Vice-Chairman of the Holy Synod, fell asleep in the Lord quietly at 2:00 a.m. on May 18, 2000, at the age of eighty-five. He had received Holy Communion

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