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Separated by continents
and oceans

We are strewn all over the world. Serbian diaspora includes people who do not speak fluent old country's language and do not read cyrillic, but who nevertheless remain proud of their origins and cultivate family ties. Those ties and friendships continue even when we are separated by continents and oceans.
Serbian Obituaries help us maintain them, by enabling us to bid farewell to the departed ones and to express our condolence to their families.

Vladimir Vlado Bulatović passed away in Chicago on July 4, 2014. Born on August 28, 1921  in Slatina near Danilovgrad in Montenegro to Savo and Milosava Bulatović. Memory eternal.

Slavko Stanley Sljivar passed away peacefully at his home in Downers Grove in Illinois. Born on November 21, 1922 in Bosanski Petrovac, Yugoslavia to Dimitar and Jeka Sljivar. Memory eternal.

Milenko Bogovac passed away on Sunday, June 1, 2014. Born on November 28, 1953 in Zapuzani near Benkovac, to Bozo and Draginja Bogovac. Memory eternal.

Aleksandar Gajic passed away on Monday, June 2, 2014 in Arlington Heights. Born on August 1, 1935 in Gunjaci near Valjevo in Serbia to Gavrilo and Jakova Gajic. Memory eternal 

Professor Miodrag Radulovacki suddenly died in Belgrade, Serbia, on Tuesday, May 27, 2014. He was 81.  Dr. Radulovacki was born in Parage in Backa, Serbia, from father Georgije and mother Jelena Radulovacki. Dr. Radulovacki was a Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. Memory eternal