Luba Krol, April 1, 1919 ~ May 18, 2011. Born in Annovka, Ukraine. Migrated to United States in Oct. 1950 from Germany. Preceded in death by her husband, Marion Krol to whom she married in Etgersleben, Germany workcamp May 26, 1945. Survived by her children, Vania (Tonya) Mitev, Stanislaw (Cora) Krol and Helen (Bodan) Chyr. She was blessed to see five generations of her family in both the United States and Russia. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Saturday, May 21, 2011, at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 523 E. Pitkin. Reception to follow at 1184 Wago Dr. Online condolences,

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  1. Stan and Cora, Sorry about your loss. From Brenda, Suzette, Leann, Hilary, Manuel, Marita, Jennifer, Flora, and Robyn

  2. Stan and Helen: I can remember growing up and listening to your mother’s stories about the old country and the time your parents spend in the concentration camps. I remember her recipe for the knotted bread she use to bake that to this day I would die for. The span of her years and experiences will never be forgotten–never.

  3. Luba was a wonderful woman who will be missed by many. I worked for her attorney, and have fond memories of her, particularly the stories about her beloved cats.

  4. To The Family Of Luba: May strength, peace, and encouragement come your way during this time of bereavement. Rest In Peace Luba.I was the teacher of Russian of Tammy Chyr at Centennial High Schol.

  5. Stan and Cora, We are very sorry for your loss.Our payers are with you. Rose and Roxanne

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