On Wednesday, April 26, Lviv will say goodbye to two more heroes. Volodymyr Savka and Andriy Matis died defending Ukraine from Russian invaders.
as reported At LMR, the funeral service will begin at 11:00 am at St. Garrison Church. Processor. Peter and Paul, City Farewell Ceremony at 11:30am in Rynok Square. The heroes will be buried at Lichakiv Cemetery.
Volodymyr Savka (05/02/1972-04/21/2023) was born in the village of Pitlisky, Yavoriv District, Lviv Region.
He studied at the Podlisetsk Comprehensive School of I-II degrees. Later, he entered the former Lviv College of Communications, where he majored in “Electronic Systems Management”. After completing his studies, he engaged in entrepreneurial activities in the construction industry.
In his spare time, he likes to travel, play chess and checkers, ski, fish and pick mushrooms.
From the first days of a full-scale invasion, he volunteered to defend the motherland. He fought against the Russian invaders in the ranks of the 63rd Separate Mechanized Regiment of the Reserve Corps of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Volodymyr Savka is survived by his mother, wife, two sons, daughter-in-law, granddaughter, brother and sister with their families.
Andre Matisse (03/07/1996-04/21/2023) Born in the village of Balichi, Lviv Region.
He studied at Politsky Secondary School of I-III grades of Lviv region. He graduated from the State Educational Institute “Lviv Higher Vocational Technical and Service”.
In 2016, he was inducted into the ranks of Border Guards.
During the peacetime, he worked in the limited liability company “Nova Ya”, and for a certain period he lived in the city of Winniki.
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With the beginning of a full-scale invasion, the Russian Federation stood up to defend the motherland from the Russian invaders. He defended the territorial integrity and independence of the state as a member of the 7th Carpathian Border Division of the Western Regional Department of the State Border Service of Ukraine.
Andriy Matys his parents, wife, little son and sisters.
After Kiev, military commissars in other cities will issue invitations to drifters.
Controllers will be punished and they will have to write an apology in Ukrainian