• 12/07/2024 22:33

Lvov said goodbye to defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to the fallen defenders in Lviv

On Monday, March 4, Lviv residents saw off the last journey of servicemen Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir, who defended Ukraine from the Russian occupiers.

This was reported by a LB.ua correspondent.

The funeral of the military personnel took place in the Garrison Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul.

Subsequently, a city farewell ceremony was held on Market Square, which was traditionally accompanied by a minute of silence and a performance by a trumpeter. During the ceremony, the trumpeter plays the melody Taps, which is used in many countries to say goodbye to the military. com/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/e0c1f14718dfa7cecdeeda5d11c9e27c.jpg” alt=”Lviv said goodbye to defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir ” />

Igor Grunik

/b>born May 16, 1981 in Lviv. He studied at the general secondary education institution in the village of Velikoselki. Later he received his education at the Lviv Vocational School of Railway Transport. He served in the ranks of air assault troops, first in the Kharkov region, and then in Crimea. He lived with his family in Italy, where he worked in a bakery. He was interested in fishing and cooking. He was very cheerful and kind, had a large number of friends.

With the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, he returned from abroad and voluntarily stood up to defend the country from the invaders. First he joined the ranks of the territorial defense, and later carried out combat missions as part of the 95th separate airborne assault brigade of the Polesie Airborne Assault Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Died on February 25, 2024. Igor Grunik is survived by his parents, wife, 11-year-old son and brother with his family.

Sergey Kushnir

Sergey Kushnirborn June 15, 1975 in Lviv. He studied at the Intellect Lyceum of the Lviv City Council. He received his education at the Institute of Energy and Control Systems of Lviv Polytechnic. He graduated from the military department at the university. After graduation, he worked at the State Enterprise “National Energy Company “Ukrenergo”, Western Electric Power System.”

With the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, he stood up to defend the Motherland from the invaders. After completing the exercises, he carried out combat missions in the eastern direction in the ranks of the 114th Tactical Aviation Brigade of the Air Command “West” of the Air Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Died on February 27, 2024. Sergei Kushnir is survived by his mother, brother, wife and 9-year-old son.

Igor Grunik was buried at the Lychakivskoye cemetery, and Sergei Kushnir at Goloskovskoye.

Farewell to fallen defenders in Lviv

Farewell to the fallen defenders in Lviv

Lvov said goodbye to defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to fallen defenders

Farewell to the fallen defenders in Lviv

Lviv said goodbye to the defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to the fallen defenders in Lviv

Lvov said goodbye to defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to fallen defenders

Lviv said goodbye to the defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to the fallen defenders in Lviv

Lviv said goodbye with zahisniks Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to the fallen defenders in Lviv

Lvov said goodbye to defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to fallen defenders

Farewell to fallen defenders in Lviv

Lvov said goodbye to defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to fallen defenders in Lvov

Lviv said goodbye to defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to fallen defenders in Lviv

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Lvov said goodbye with defenders Igor Grunik and Sergei Kushnir

Farewell to fallen defenders in Lviv

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