Miomir Radovanovich Miomir Radovanovich

Miomir Radovanovich

(1919 + 2002)

Miomir Radovanovich, age 82, beloved husband of late Anna; loving father of Jean-Pierre (Janet) and late Jean-Claude; devoted grandfather of Erik, Sara, Jean-Claude, Alexander and Sophia. Founder and owner of the famous Miomirs Serbian Club; Editor of the political satire newspaper Cicak; Fervent anti-communist and a true Serb with a big heart; Miomir will be most remembered, however, for his support of hundreds, if not thousands, of refugees coming to these shores in search of a better life. Miomir identified with their struggle dedicating his life to causes that supported freedom, democracy, and liberty, the ideals he upheld throughout his life. A polished orator and a gifted writer, Miomir never wearied of promoting the Serbian cause and human rights everywhere. His many accomplishments included numerous achievements and honors as well as business success. Miomir will always be recognized as a leader in the Serbian community here and abroad. He was loved and respected by countless friends in the USA, Serbia and elsewhere. Our hearts are heavy and we are saddened by this deep loss. His joyful personality, joie de vivre, and passion for his people will be missed and mourned. May his memory be eternal. Visitation was on Tuesday from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Sveta Gora, Serbian Orthodox Funeral Home, 3517 N. Pulaski Road in Chicago. Pomen (wake service) 7:00 p.m. at chapel. Opelo (funeral service) Wednesday 11:00 a.m. at New Gracanica Monastery. Internment Most Holy Mother of God Cemetery. DONATIONS Individual donations to Sveta Gora Majk and Mira Pavlovic $300, Milan Rakic $100, Bozidar Dimitrijevic $150, Quality Graphics Center $100, Seka Medich $100, Aleksandar Barjaktarevic $50, Anabela Antic $50, Borislav Kornic $50, Mirjana Gordon $50, Mila Radovic $20, Anonym donator $20, Milanka Vasiljevic $8 Donations to Sveta Gora from Kosara Savkic and Damjan Betinski -Bourbon Caffe- Marjanovic $100, brothers Petrovic $50, Vera Mihajlovic $70, Damjan Betinski $50, Milan Kostic $30, Kosara Savkic $20, Stevan Jovanovic $20, Dusan Tasic $20, Gavrilo Betinski $10, Dusan Vusosevic $20, Zoran Zecevic $20, Djordje Dimitrijevic $20, Branko Bozikic $20, Ruzica Maksimovic $20, Sreten Rakic $20, Mladen Pavlovic $20, Ivan Buljubasic $20, Anonym donator $20, Aca Puric $10, Bane Djordjevic $10 Donations to the Radovanovitch family from Miki Knezevic Simplon Orient Express Miki Knezevic $500, Milovan Popovic $500, Mika Teofilovic $200, Vuk Zecevic $200, Chicago Fruit $200, Predrag Simovic $100, Vlasta Denic $100, Dragan Djordjevic $100, Sinisa Marinkovic $100, Andjelko $100, Grada Markovic $100, Rose Bozic $100, Sloba Petrovic $100, Boris Mitrovic $100, Vuko Zecevic $100, Bibe Sreckovic $100, Rade Petrovic $100, Branko Milutinovic $100, Rajko Giljan $100, Miroslav Arsenijevic $100, Slobodan Mihajlovic $50, Zeljko Atlagic $50, Mak Travel $50, Goran Stojanovic $50, Miro Dimitrijevic $50, Kosta Bozic $50, Ostoje Djukic $40, family Josifovic $40, Slava Arsenijevic $30, Radoslav Lekic $30, Rose Gregory $30, Lalic Delikates $30, Steva Ivanovic $25, Ceda Marinkovic $20, Lazar Videnovic $20, Boba Bojovic $20, Vukasin Savic $20, Aca Djuric $20, Ranka Gajic $20 Sveta Gora contribution in goods and services $1,000 This death notice will always remain on the Internet as the everlasting remembrance of Miomir Radovanovich.

For detailed information please contact:
SVETA GORA FUNERAL HOME, Chicago, tel 773-588-2200.

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