St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral
5913 State Road
Parma Ohio
/ Bulletins / Memory Eternal 2020


Prayers and condolences are offered to the family of WALTER H. SAMIJLENKO who entered into eternity with the Lord on Sunday, March 15, 2020 at the earthly age of 82. Walter and his family have been long time members of St. Vladimir Cathedral.  Walter served on the Board of Trustees, was a member of the Brotherhood, the Bingo Club, and the UOL.  He was an active volunteer while he was able.  In 2003 Walter received the Parishioner of the Year Award (formerly the Man of the Year) for his diligent service to the parish.


He was the beloved husband of Nina (nee Suschenko); dear father of Walter (Donna), Bill (Karen) and Pete (Kathy); loving grandfather of Steven (Amanda), Katie, Michael (Ashley), Natalie (TJ) and Maggie and great-grandfather of Jacob, Matthew and Lily; dearest brother of Helen Dolbin (Walter) and George Samijlenko (Martha). U.S. Army Veteran.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Taras Shevchenko School of Ukrainian Studies at St. Vladimir, 3425 Marioncliff Dr., Parma, OH 44134. A private Funeral Service was held Wednesday, March 18, 2020. A memorial Service will be held at a later date. Interment Brooklyn Heights Cemetery.


Vichnaya Pamyat!      Memory Eternal!       Вiчная йoму Пам'ять!

Arrangement by Kolodiy-Lazuta Funeral Home 




Prayers and Sympathies to Walter Koshkalda and family on the death of their mother and grandmother MARFA who after a lengthy  and difficult illness entered into eternity on Sunday May 10, 2020 at the earthly age of 99 years.  Funeral services, because of the current pandemic, will be private.

With the saints, Oh Christ, give rest to the your departed servant.

May her memory be eternal.  Vichnaya Pamyat!     Вiчная ïï Пам'ять!






Prayers and condolences to the family of OLGA MYHAL SHOLUDKO entered into eternity  on July 6, 2020 at the earthly age of 90.  She was the Beloved wife of Pawlo Myhal (deceased) and Peter Sholudko (deceased); dear mother of Victor (Alice-deceased), Nina Kostryk (Nestor),Pawlo Myhal (Carolyn) and John Myhal; loving grandmother of Natalia Parkanzky, Melania Santos, Maksym Kostryk, Kristopher Myhal, Dustin Myhal, Alexandra Myhal, Natasha Myhal, Victoria Myhal and Michael Myhal and great grandmother of Thaissa, Oleksander, Zenovia, Lucas and Rafael; dearest sister of Nadia Anikinienko. Olga loved God, loved her family, loved her friends and loved life!  She was a long time and enthusiastic member of the parish choir and the 60-Plus Club. 

 The family suggests contributions to St. Vladimir Cathedral or Hospice of the Western Reserve.

Friends may call at ST. VLADMIMIR UKRAINIAN ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL, 5913 STATE RD., PARMA, FRIDAY, JULY 10 FROM 9-9:30 A.M. WITH A FUNERAL SERVICE TO FOLLOW AT 9:30 A.M. Interment Brooklyn Heights Cemetery. 

May her memory be eternal.     Vichnaya Pamyat!     Вiчная ïï Пам'ять! 


 Arrangements by Kolodiy-Lazuta Funderal Home.