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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.

Dušаn Kоvаčić, 85, first president of the Serbian Academic Club, passed away in Michigan, on Friday, April 14, 2017. Born March 10, 1932 in Risan, Bay of Kotor, in Montenegro to Veljko and Milena Kоvаčić.  Memory eternal.

Sаrаfiјаn Kаlајdžić, 82, passed away in Rockford, Illinois on Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017. Born on October 9, 1934 in Gradiste, Zenica in Bosnia to Manojlo and Sara Kаlајdžić. Memory eternal.

Vukicа Škаrić, 75, passed away  in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, on Holy Saturday, April 15, 2017. Born on August 6, 1941 in Kozarska Dubica, Bosnia to Stevan and Sara Goga. Memory eternal.

Bоžicа Vanovac, 79, passed away  in Pinellas Park, Florida, on Monday, April 10, 2017. Born on November 28, 1937 in Vindusa, to Risto and Zagorka Lazic. Memory eternal.

Mileva Ljiljana Mitrovic, 74, famous Serbian accordion player and singer, passed away in Park Ridge on Sunday, April 9, 2017. Born on September 10, 1942 in Lukavica, near Lazarevac, Serbia to Ilija and Vidosava Djordjevic. Memory eternal.