Vladimir Ladislav Bosanac

23 August , 19236 January , 2019

VLADIMIR BOSANAC (1923 - 2019) The last of The Original Bosanac Family of Vukovar, Croatia. He passed away peacefully from complications due to cancer on Sunday, January 6th, at age 95. He was A Dutiful Soldier & Officer of The Hrvatski Domobran, A Survivor of The Bleiburg Repatriation of May 1945, A Celebrated Goalkeeper for “Dinamo Zagreb” (as well as other professional soccer clubs), A Renowned Pastry Baker & Owner of “Tilly’s Delicatessen Bakery”, Husband to Brigitte, Father to Matilda, Mirjana, Antun, Margita & Mandica, and “Deda” to ten grandchildren. He was always loved, and already missed. “Gledaj Te Parade Od Bosanac, Vlade!”


  • Ladislav Bosanac, Father
  • Matilda Bosanac, Mother
  • Marital Status: Widowed


  • Funeral Mass Friday, 11 January , 2019

Vladimir Ladislav Bosanac

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Anita Ng

21 March 2019

I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of one of my first patients. Thank you Antun for your letter. Mr. Bosanac loved to tell stories about his youth and his family, and was very proud to show me photos and articles about his life. He used to bring me pastries once in a while when he owned his bakery. He was always warm and gracious. I will remember him and his sweets quite fondly. Rest in Peace.

Dr. Anita Ng

Edna Wong

20 March 2019

My sincere condolences to Antun and family.
Mr. Bosanac was a very kind and gentle soul. He was very proud of his family, where he came from and all that he had lived and worked through. He had a spark for life. It was so interesting to get a glimpse of his life when he came to the clinic and shared his pictures with me and some of his stories. There was much he still did not have the opportunity to tell me.
He was very brave to have agreed to having a treatment series done at our Toronto Public Health Clinic . I am grateful for the opportunity to have met and taken care of this accomplished man. Rest in peace Mr. Bosanac.
Sincerely ,
Dr. Edna Wong

Jeremy Sale

23 January 2019

So sorry to hear this. Antun, your Dad was a character. I enjoyed his stories, and wish nothing but good memories to you and your family.

Madeleine Wardell

13 January 2019

Sending you & yours...lots of love & hugs..during this sad time...when the need for comfort is so important!!
Memories will sustain all of you!!
Lovingly...tante Madeleine. & Keith!!

Martina Pehersdorfer, cousin

13 January 2019

Meine liebe Matilda ich wünsche Dir und deiner Familie mein aufrichtiges Beileid. War sehr betroffen als Manuela es uns mitgeteilt hat 😥.
Schicke Euch viel Liebe 💞 und Tost 🤗

Normand Richer

13 January 2019

Bonjour Tilly, Michelle et moi témoignons nos sincères condoléances à toi et ta famille. Nos pensées serons avec vous aujourd'hui. xx

Isabellla Erber, daughter of uncle Georg

13 January 2019

Unsere herzliche anteilnahme am heimgang eures vaters .das ist sehr traurig wenn eltern ihre augen für immer schliessen.wir denken an deine familie .alles liebe für die kommende zeit. isabella mit familie.

Luka Bosanac

13 January 2019

My dear aunt Matilda,

please take my and my familiy's (father Dragan, mother Ivana and sister Katarina) deepest condolences on the passing of your father! ❤

You and your family are in my heart and mind!

Your nephew Luka

Marteinn Thorsson

13 January 2019

So sad to hear of Vladimir's passing. I remember Tilly's well and was always received with such kindness and hospitality. Vladimir's passion for football (soccer) was also infectious and always fun when Croatia was playing against Iceland (my team, of course). My deepest condolences to all the family and especially to my dear, dear friend and Vladimir's son, Antun. Love from Iceland. Go Croatia! - Marteinn Thorsson and family

Louise Beauchamp

12 January 2019

Mes sincères sympathies Tilly. Vos souvenirs le garderont près de votre coeur.