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MEDWID Kornel

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MEDWID:

The Funeral Mass for Mr Kornel John Medwid will be celebrated in St John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church, 20 Ferguson St, Maylands on TUESDAY (06.08.2019) at 9.30am followed by a Burial Service at Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park at 11.45am.

Vigil Prayers and Rosary will be recited at St John the Baptist on MONDAY (05.08.2019) at 7.00pm.

Published 27th Jul, 2019
ID: 4095890 GB: 4095901

Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park

Whitfords Avenue
Padbury WA 6025

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  • MEDWID (KORNEL JOHN)

    Born Dolyna, West Ukraine. Passed away peacefully 23 July 2019 at Castledare Nursing Home Wilson, aged 95 years.

    Loved husband of Ewhenija (Genie) (dec).

    Devoted and dearly loved father of George and Paul (dec) and much loved father-in-law of Katherine and Lee (dec). Cherished grandfather of Adam, Natalie, Lukas and Mikel. Loved grandfather-in-law of Brant and Mario. Great grandfather to Amelie, Olek and Tristan.

    MEDWID (Kornel John):

    This world has lost a true gentleman and a proud patriotic Ukrainian pioneer, who built a new life for his family in Australia. You were devoted to your faith and had great courage, wisdom and compassion for others in need and had a wonderful sense of humour. Your spirit will live on in your family. I thank you Dad with all my heart for all the gifts, love and memories we shared together.

    Your loving son George. Vichnaya Pamyat.

    MEDWID (Kornel John):

    Thank you for being the most loving and caring father-in-law I could ever have wished for. I will miss you and our special chats greatly.

    Always a gentleman. Love forever Katherine.

    Saturday, 27 July 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • MEDWID (KORNEL)

    Our dearest Diddi, gentle and courageous with so much love to give. You and the Ukrainian traditions taught us how to live our daily lives. I will miss those caring eyes that always said so much and your smile which illustrated how proud and how much you loved us.

    Dobronich Diddi, love you so much. Natalichka, Brant and Olek

    Saturday, 27 July 2019 Published in The West Australian

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