In Memory of



Obituary for Myron Kramarczuk

Of St. Anthony Village formerly of N.E. Mpls. entered eternal rest April 14, 2022 at age 93 surrounded by family. Born in Pidhaitsi near Ternopil-western Ukraine; came to America from WWII refugee camps in 1949; joined the U.S. Army in 1952 and served in the Korean War. Preceded in death by parents Sophia and Hryhorij, brother Yaroslaw. Survived by loving wife of 59 years Wolodymyra (Val); children Kalyna (Myron) Wasiunec, Motria (Elmer) Ramos, Dennis (Shelly), John; grandchildren Roksanna (Jeremy) Hulyk, Areta, Alex, Quin, Luke; brother Ihor; many relatives and friends in the U.S., Canada and Ukraine.

After 35 years retired from 3M, having worked in the financial controller's group, then part-time for the city of St. Anthony. Devoted volunteer time to his Ukrainian community as a founding member of the Ukrainian-American Community Center; founding member and president of the Ukrainian Credit Union for several years; and active member of St. Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church.

Myron's greatest devotion was to his wife, children and grandchildren encouraging everyone to get an education and pursue opportunities in this free land. His grandchildren know him as "Didi" and enjoyed his humor and hearing him play piano and accordion by ear. Always willing to listen, offer advice and extend a helping hand. Eternal Memory - Vichnaya Pamyat!

Visitation 5-8 pm with prayer service (Panachyda) at 7 pm on Friday, April 22 at Kozlak Radulovich on University Ave. in N.E. Mpls. Liturgy and Christian burial from St. Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church, 515 University Ave. N.E. Saturday, April 23 at 9:30 am, viewing at 9:00 am.

In lieu of flowers, family will forward memorials to accounts supporting the Ukrainian army or humanitarian relief. Interment - Gethsemane Cemetery.