Pasic, Branko

Pasic, Branko

June 9th, 2020

     June 12, 1927 – June 9, 2020

Born in Bender-Oton, the former Yugoslavia, died peacefully of old age at Victoria Hospital in London, Ontario, just shy of his 93rd birthday. Predeceased by his wife Trojanka (2017), of 63 years. Branko leaves behind his devoted sons, George (Deanna), Steve and Nick, and was a proud and loving Dedo to Anica, Alex (Katelyn), Sam and Eli. Survived by his sister Draga, and brother Dusan. Forced to leave his homeland at the end of WWII, he journeyed with family members from Italy to Germany, then England before settling in Canada. After marrying Trojanka, he worked hard to provide for his family and as a proud Serb was involved in building a community hall, soccer grounds and St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church with like-minded compatriots. A small family service will take place. Due to current circumstances, a memorial luncheon will take place at a later date. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Branko are asked to consider St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, 5567 Wonderland Road South, London.

 

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Michael NikouWe’re sorry for your loss. He was my favourite uncle! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Jovan SpasicMy family and I are deeply saddened by the news of Branko's passing. My heart felt condolences go out to Branko's family. Branko was kind, helpful, friendly and always had an interesting story to tell. I most appreciate his life lessons that are still useful to me today.
Tanja IvanovicDear George, Steve, Nick and family, Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the passing of your Dad. I have such warm memories of him from my childhood. He always had time to chat with me, a very shy kid, and tell me a story or ask how I was doing. Your Dad was kind and funny, he meant a lot to me and I have many memories of growing up at the church and your Dad was always a presence there. Thinking of you. Vjecnaja pamjat Chika Branko! Tanja Ivanovic
Gary GuyHey guys sorry to hear that your dad had passed. I'll always remember his sense of humour. Lots of great memories too. Take care of each other and your families. Gary and Lynn
Guy AbelDear George, Steve and Nick, my family and I are sorry for your loss. My condolences to all of you and to your families.
Snezana ZakichDear Steve, Nick, and George, Please accept my condolences for the loss of your dear father. I have fond memories of seeing him at church, enjoying the company of his friends. Even though he was the oldest member of our congregation, he was alert and would always ask questions about our family members. May he rest in peace.
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