Tanash Danilovski Tanash Danilovski

Tanash Danilovski

(1953 + 2021)

Tanash Danilovski, 68, passed away peacefully on Monday, February 22, 2021. Born January 31, 1953 in selo Vrben, Macedonija to mother Ilinka Danilovska and father Stefan Danilovski. Memory eternal.

Beloved Husband of Frosa. Loving father of Valentina (Wazmoslav) Kondratev, Nadica Danilovska and Nenad (Valentina) Danilovski. Loving grandfather to Antonio and Maksim Danilovski, and Nikolina Kondratev. Devoted brother of the late Ubavka Trpčevska and the late Lazar Danilovski, and Panko, Rade, and Sretko Danilovski. Dear uncle of many nieces and nephews in Macedonia.

Tanash was a loving father and husband and absolutely adored his grandchildren. His face lit up with happiness at the sight of beautiful nature surrounding him, and he enjoyed spending time on the lake. He loved to garden; with the scent of mint leaves, you always knew he was near since he loved carrying them in his pocket. He loved watching sports and cowboy movies and listening to Macedonian music. His storytelling and jokes will be greatly missed by his family and friends in Macedonia and the USA.

Visitation Friday, February 26, 2021 from 2:00 p.m. to 3 p.m.at the St. Kiril and Metodij Macedonian Orthodox Church, 10 S. 330-IL83, Willowbrook, IL 60527.

Opelo (Christian Orthodox Funeral Service) at 3 p.m.at the St. Kiril and Metodij Macedonian Orthodox Church, to be followed by the interment at the Clarendon Hills Cemetery, 6900 S. Cass Avenue,  Darien, IL 60561 in the Macedonian Orthodox Section of the cemetery.

The Memorial Luncheon will be served after the funeral.

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

St. Kiril and Metodij Macedonian Orthodox Church

Clarendon Hills Cemetery

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Agnieszka and Piotr Niedojadlo (Arlington Heights , Il)

Dziadziu (grandpa) we will miss you, it was pleasure to be your neighbor, it was pleasure to know you. Even, If we did not know how to communicate, you always found the way to give perfect advice, John even till now stare at your window to wave you. Rest In Peace!!!

Tisma Family (Arlington Hts , IL)

Even though we only knew you a short time, our times together were very memorable and will never be forgotten. Thank you for your kind words and blessings whenever you would come over, whether at our house or on the boat. We will miss your stories. Rest In Peace dear Svat-Pocivaj Vo Mir🙏🏼 Lila i Branko Tisma & Family

Filip Serafimovski Tomovski (Skopje , Macedonia)

Da mu e lesna zemja, neka pociva vo mir. Mnogu ni e zal. Dlaboko socustvo od Radovan i Jeva so familijata.

John R. Sawyer III (Fox Lake , Illinois )

Tanash you will always hold a special place in our hearts. Without question I’m a better man, better family man, since you came into my life. Frosa, your kids, grandkids, in-laws, your extended family, and friends will miss you terribly. Frosa, Nenad, Valentina, Antonio and Maksim stood right there by your side up to when you desperately seeked for peace and was ready to go to heaven. I’ll be seeing you when my time here is done. Love you, Rest In Peace my dear friend.

Debbie Sawyer (Fox Lake , Il)

Sfate Rest In Peace! You will be missed! Antonio and Maksim will sure miss you! I know they were everything to you! You used to tell me that they keep you going! Neka ti je lesna zemjata! Sfacata Debbie

Violeta Lazarevski (Linvolnwood , Illinois )

“Kada nam odlazi neko drag, sve odjednom stane, zaustavi se na trenutak i podsjeti na prošlost, na godine koje su prošle i koje će proći. Kada nam odlazi neko drag, odlazimo i mi zajedno sa njim. Jedan dio nas, mozda najlepši. Odlazi ono nešto što smo imali sa tom osobom i ni sa jednom drugom. Odlazi sa njim i jedan dio našeg zivota koji smo prozivjeli i koji se upravo njegovim odlaskom završio i pretvorio u sjećanje. I na kraju, kada nam odlazi neko drag, ne boli smrt, već boli sve ono što ide poslije.” Većnaja Pamjat našem dragim prijatelju Tanašu.

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