Dear Basia and Teresa, Thinking of you with deep sympathy on the passing of your beloved father. What a brave and heroic Polish patriot he was! My heartMessage 1 of 4 , Jun 22, 2012View Source
Dear Basia and Teresa,Thinking of you with deep sympathy on the passing of your beloved father. What a brave and heroic Polish patriot he was! My heart goes out to you and your family.Prayers and thoughts,Urszula BatorMassachusetts, USA
--- On Wed, 6/20/12, basiazielinska65 <basia@...> wrote:
From: basiazielinska65 <basia@...>
Subject: [Kresy-Siberia (est.2001)] Re: In memory of Jan Borsuk recently deceased
Date: Wednesday, June 20, 2012, 5:40 PM
Dear Basia and Teresa
My most sincere condolences. May your father rest in peace.
Basia Zielinska Sydney Australia
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "Eva" <eszegidewicz@...> wrote:
> Dear Group
> It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing away of Jan Borsuk, the father of two of our London members Basia Wojewodka and Teresa Borsuk, on Saturday 16th June 2012 after many years of illness and pain.
> His funeral will take place on Friday 29th June 2012.
> Jan was born on 06.09.1924 in Lanowice, powiat Sambor, woj. Lwowskie.
> At the age of six months they moved to Posiolek Lipowiec, powiat Drohobycz.
> On 10th February 1940 they were taken to a station Dobrowlany and from there deported to Tuligany via Skorodum.
> When amnesty was declared, they made their way via Omsk to Semipalatynsk and from Semipalatynsk to Tashkent.
> On his second attempt, Jan managed to register with the army even though he was under-age and joined the 1 Pulk Artylerii Pomiarowej (1st Artillery Survey Regiment).
> He was in Egypt, Palestine, Iraq, and Monte Cassino in Italy.
> Please remember Jan and his family in your thoughts and prayers.
> With deepest sympathy,
> Eva Szegidewicz on behalf of Kresy-Siberia (UK)