19-year-old Transcarpathian killed in the ATO area dreamed of his late father
Residents of the village of Onok in Vynogradiv district were shocked by terrible news. The undeclared war claimed the life of their very young fellow villager. Right before that, his mother was collecting the necessary documents to have the son let go home at least for 10 days. He had been in the ATO area for four months. But it was not to happen...
19-year-old Stanislav Kish died near Luhansk. The convoy of cars, where he was, was bombarded by "Grad." The family was informed by the tragedy by the Vynogradiv military unit.
The head of the village Mykhailo Onys'ko knew Stanislav very well. Mr. Mykhailo coaches the football team "Zirka", which the boy often played for.
- I knew only the good side of him.He was calm, balanced. In general, a person who serves in the army needs at least one year to get some military skills. So I think it was inappropriate to send an unprepared child there. And immediately to the "hot" spot at that. In general, 13 people have been mobilized from the village - Mykhailo Onys'ko said.
- He was very good, hardworking.He always helped, supported his mother, especially after the death of his father - his aunt Hanna Sosnitska tearfully says. - He had many friends, a girlfriend from a neighboring village.
Slavik liked the army. He even wanted to extend his contract. He went to the service with his friend Ivan, who is now in Lviv hospital after being wounded.
From the conversations of Stanislav and his sister Tetyana:
Stanislav was looking forward to the day when he comes home. He regularly talked with his sister Tetyana by phone and told her everything. He hoped that his mother's request would be granted and he would return by the truck that on Monday, August 4, was to come for the dead. And so it happened, he will return with them...
Recently, he dreamed of the late father every night - sister Tetyana says.
- In these dreams, the father was calling him to a place, where it will be much better.
Our countryman was buried on Thursday, August 7. The funeral procession was held in the Church of St. Michael the Archangel. MP Ivan Bushko took the funeral expenses. Also, members of the city council together with entrepreneurs collected money for the mother.
Sincere condolences to the family of Stanislav Kish, who passed away so early. And to all those who have been touched by the black wing of the "undeclared war".
Heroes do not die!
Source - Holos Karpat