Vukosava Krčadinac Vukosava Krčadinac

Vukosava Krčadinac

(1937 + 2022)

Vukosava Krčadinac, 84, passed away on Sunday, January 9, 2022. Born on May 21, 1937 in Crepaja, Serbia, to father Nikola and mother Radmila Radovančev.

Vukosava beloved wife of the late Svetislav, is survived by her loving son Nikola (Christina) Krčadinac; Her cherished grandsons: Dušan, Jovan and Milan (Lera) Krčadinac; Her precious nieces: Dragoslava-Cica (Dušan) Ćosić and Branka-Beba (Dragan) Milosević.

Vukosava loved ducks and was passionate about collecting all kinds of duck figurines made from all types of materials. Her collection reached well over 1,500. She also loved to cook, bake and garden. She always had her homemade soup on hand and loved to bake bread as well as croissants (kifle) filled with cheese.
She had an immense love for her family and church, but especially for her grandchildren whom she adored. She was known to everyone as “Baba” and preferred being called that by everyone she came in contact with.

Vukosava’s kind and generous heart will be sorely missed by numerous other family members, Kumovi and dear friends in Serbia, the USA and worldwide.

Opelo (Serbian Orthodox Funeral Service) will take place on Friday, January 14, 2022 at 12 noon, at the New Gračanica Serbian Orthodox Monastery, 35240 W Grant Ave, Third Lake, IL 60046.

Interment Most Holy Mother of God Cemetery.

After the interment, Daća (Serbian Orthodox Memorial Luncheon) will take place at the New Gračanica Serbian Orthodox Monastery.

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

New Gračanica Serbian Orthodox Monastery

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Stojan and Milena Bajich (Chicago , IL)

Baba Vukica will always be remembered for her energy, love of life, and enthusiasm. She was a force with kindness and laughter. She will be missed by all of us. May her memory be eternal. May God grant her peace.

Maggie Skrabacz (Oakbrook , Il)

Sending our deepest condolences to the family. Val made such an impact on her co-workers at DSW in Oakbrook. She has been a staple on our team for more that 20 years and will be missed by us all. We had the privilege to work with someone's work ethics can't be duplicated, someone who shared her love of cooking and baking with us all and someone who truly expressed her love for her family and church. Sharing in your sorrow- May she rest in peace. -Maggie & her Oakbrook DSW team

Olgica Vukasinovic (Phoenix , AZ)

Najiskrenije saucesce od pirodice Vukasinovic

Lydia Jordanovic

Dobri and I are sending our sincerest condolences to the entire Krčadinac family. We had the pleasure of getting the personal tour of your home, the beloved ‘duck room’ and the garden with Baba Vukica. Her welcoming warmth and wonderful stories will always be cherished and remembered. We were lucky to have known her. Memory eternal.

Зоран и Александра Бобић (Земун , Србија)

Последњи поздрав нашој бака Вукици, твој Зоки и Сашка......

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