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Nicolai V. Loscutoff


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Nicolai V. Loscutoff Obituary

Nicolai V. Loscutoff "Nick" passed quietly on February 20, 2018, in his home in Sheridan Ca. He is survived by his wife, Cynthia Loscutoff, son, Jeremy Loscutoff of Roseville, and granddaughters; Solace; Sasha; Stacy; as well as step grandchildren; Michael Boyer; and Colt; and Teal Mora. He was also a great mentor to his stepchildren; James Boyer of Roseville; and Rebecca Boyer Mora of Paso Robles. Nick's surviving siblings are brothers; Walter of Fresno; Alex of Morgan Hill; Bill of Davis; and sister; Maria Harris of New York.

Nick was born on April 10, 1943, in Teheran, Iran. His parents had escaped the communist oppression and walked out of Rostov Russia, spending 13 years as refugees in Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria. The family finally ending in partial settlement in Teheran, Iran, where Nick was born.

In 1949, the family qualified to enter America through Ellis Island and traveled by train to Sheridan joining their sponsored relatives.

Nick attended Sheridan Grammar school, followed by Lincoln High and continued to receive a BA in Mathematics from San Francisco State.

Shortly after graduation, Nick was drafted by the army and served in Viet Nam where he received a Combat Infantry Badge, an Army Commendation Medal, and a Bronze Star.

Nick worked at the Sheridan Garage and Auto Parts in his hometown of Sheridan beginning at age 8. The Sheridan Garage was started by his father in 1951, and purchased by Nick in 1978.

Nick loved playing sports, including baseball, basketball, tennis, ping pong, and water skiing. In addition Nick had a love for classic and fast cars and long rides on his Harley.

A lifelong member of the Russian Molokan Church, his faith carried him through life challenges.

A memorial service will be announced.
Published in Appeal Democrat on Feb. 24, 2018
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