VLADIMIR-IVANOV-Obituary

VLADIMIR IVANOV

Parma, Ohio

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IVANOV V. REV. VLADIMIR IVANOV, 79. Beloved husband of Presvytera Elka (nee Nedyalkova) Loving father of Nedyalko (Donna) Ivanov. Dear grandfather of Juliana (Jeffrey) Klein, Maria, Nedyalko-Vladimir, and Alexander. He was a priest at St. Herman's Monastery House of Hospitality on Franklin Ave....

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V. Rev. Father Vladimir Ivanov was a beloved and blessed priest who lived the Beatitudes. Everywhere he went was blessed and privileged to have him. From his village, to Sofia, Bulgaria, to Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, to Sts. Cyril& Methodius Orthodox Church in Lorain, to St. Herman of Alaska Monastery/House of Hospitality in Cleveland.
Again he lived the Beatitudes and thereby brought the Gospel to others by his example.
Fr. Vladimir's great voice and singing made religious...

He was and always will be a man of god....truely missed. He will always be in our hearts...We love and miss you.

I loved visiting and serving at St. Hermans. Fr Vladimir was always thankful that we brought our children to help serve. I loved hearing his big Bulgarian voice boom through the chapel. His passion for serving others was evident in his kindness and gentleness.

Dearest Presbytera Elka
With great sadness we share this time with you and your family. Father was a very dear friend whom we shall always hold in our hearts.
May his memory be eternal.
Me agape,
Tom and Joann Klonaris

May the Lord be with the family memebers during this time of sorrow, and; grant eternal rest to Fr. Vladimir. Vechnaya Pamyat!

Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.

Sorry for the loss. Always remember to let the great memories flow to others for years to come.

Dear Very Rev Father Vladimir Ivanov was a priestly model and example of humility, simplicity, and loving kindness.
As a faithful Bulgarian priest of the Bulgarian Patriarchal Orthodox Church, he also served the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Ecumenical Patriarchate at St Herman's Monastery and House of Hospitality in Ceveland, Ohio for 26 years since 1984. He and his family have been in America since 1972 for almost 41 years. Everywhere he served, Fr Vladimir brought a loving...

I'm so sorry to hear about this loss. I will always be grateful for his kindness and warmth to my family. Your family is in my prayers, sir.