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July 28, 2015
July 28, 2015
July 28, 2015
Dear Mr. Kirichenko,
I am so happy that I was able to meet you! I had such as fun and unforgettable time exploring the Seattle art museum, driving, talking and laughing with you, Stephan and Robin last June 27th. I wish we could do that altogether again and that we could show you our beloved city of Austin, too.
Thank you for raising such an amazing son! He wouldn't be who he is today without you and I love him very much just the way he is! Your fine art livens up our many walls and mesmerizes all who enter our new Austin house. Everyone comments on your art! We designed the wall colors, rug and furniture with a professional specifically to match your paintings. They look like they were made just for the house!
We miss you and wish you could be a part of our lives as we grow together. Your loss leaves a vacuum in the family and we are still working through how to make sense of it. Thinking of you today and always.
Truly,
Elizabeth Donohoe
October 13, 2014
Our families were best friends and so were Mykola and me back when we lived in Detroit. I was shocked to get a call today from my sister letting me know he passed. Last time I saw him he seemed content...I hate seeing death take people especially too damn soon!

I'll always remember all the mischief we conspired in as children. So long, old friend.
-Viktor Lawryniuk
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