Radomir J. Ostojic, born in Zabljak-Durmitor, Crna Gora, passed away at age 93 on Wednesday, January 18, 2006 after a brief illness. Lawyer, World War II Serbian resistance fighter of the Serbian Resistance Cetnik Movement which fought on the side of the Allies, author of Faze Dogadjaja and writer of many other published articles. Founder and life-time member of the Old Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Church, the Serbian National Defense, Ravnogorski Pokret and Kulturni Klub. Radomir leaves behind his loving wife Sofija, his devoted children: Radusa, Jovan (Nina), Biljana (Vladimir Marinkovich and Bozidar (Vesna); his sister-in-law Draga; nephews Mile and Miodrag; nieces Mijoljka and Olivera Bulajic and family in Crna Gora; grandchildren: Marko, Aleksandra, Nikola, Mihailo, Jaksa, Stefan, Jelena, Milos, Aleksandar, Nemanja and Matija. Sharing the loss are: Dr. Mitar Ostojic, grand-nephew Nebojsa Bojovic and family, Kumovi and many friends. May Radomir memory be eternal.
Visitation Friday, January 20, 2006 from 4 to 9 p.m. at Sveta Gora, Serbian Orthodox Funeral Home, 3517 N. Pulaski Road in Chicago. Pomen (Wake Service) 7 p.m. at chapel. Opelo (Serbian Orthodox Funeral Service) Saturday, January 21, 2006 at 11 a.m. at Most Holy Mother of God – New Gracanica Monastery, Third Lake, IL. Interment Most Holy Mother of God Cemetery.
This death notice will always remain on the Internet as the everlasting remembrance of Radomir J. Ostojic.
For detailed information please contact: SVETA GORA FUNERAL HOME, Chicago, tel 773-588-2200.
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