OBITUARY

Pajo Pajic

June 8, 1950January 5, 2021

Pajo Pajic

Pajo Pajic was born in Srnice, Bosnia, (Yugoslavia) on June 8, 1950. Pajo departed this world on January 4, 2021.

Pajo was preceded in death by his parents Miodrag and Pela (Nikic) Pajic. He is succeeded by his wife of 50 years, Jelka (Mitrovic) Pajic, children: Nevena (Dragan) Corda and V. Rev. Fr. Milan (Jelena) Pajic; grandchildren: Luka, Andjelina, Julija, Stefan, and Filip. In addition, Pajo is survived by his brother Jovan and sister Nevena, and the vast Pajic family with many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Pajo had many family and friends that will greatly miss him in the greater Vancouver area, in his homeland, and in many cities around the world. From the time he and his family immigrated to Vancouver in 1993, with help of his uncle/stric Branko and aunt/strina Djurdja Pajic. Pajo was a member of St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church in Vancouver where he served as board president and a member for many years. During his time in Vancouver, he made many lifelong friends who will miss him greatly. He truly enjoyed making smoked meat and sausage, he also loved to watch pro sports and particularly followed Serbian teams. Above all, Pajo loved his family, especially his grandchildren, spending time together during the holidays, Slavas, birthdays, and ordinary days. He was simply just Deko Pajo to all his grandchildren. His departure has shocked all his family and friends and will leave a large void in the lives of those who loved him. We pray that God will remember him always in His Kingdom. Memory Eternal! Vecenaja Pamjat!

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Milica Dedovic

January 13, 2021

Dear families Corda and Pajic,

My thoughts and prayers are with his entire family during this time. I will always remember how he was good president of the church St. Sava and very helpful. He always had something good to say about everyone in our community. To me and my family he has always made our family feel welcome at St. Sava Church. He always help and positive person to be around.

Primite nase iskreno saucesce. Vjecnaja Pamjat!

With love,

Sreten, Blazenka, Vladimir, i Milica Dedovic

Tatjana Vojnovic

January 12, 2021

My heart is heavy as i write these few words of condolence.
My thoughts and prayers are with his entire family during this time.
I will always remember Kum Pajo as the man I first met him the summer on 1985. To me he never changed and has always been that vibrate man,full of life and love.
Primite nase iskreno saucesce. Vjecnaja Pamjat.

Gordana Nikic

January 12, 2021

Почивај у миру драги и вољени Куме Пајо.

Бог нека те чува у свом загрљају, а ми ћемо заувијек у нашим срцима.
Вјечнаја памјат.

С љубављу,
Породице Никић и Wаllасе

Jovo Milicevic

January 12, 2021

Postovana fam.Pajic
Moje srce je danas sa vama, moje misli su prepune tuge i saosjećanja sa vašim gubitkom! Bila mi je čast i zadovoljstvo poznavati vašeg najmilijeg, uvijek ću ga pamtiti po dobru!
Laka mu zemlja i pocivao u miru!

Diana Vreca

January 12, 2021

Dear families Corda and Pajic,

We are truly saddened by the loss of your Deko. We have many fond memories of him and he was a very special person to all of us. We hope you find strength by remembering that his memory will live in your hearts forever.

Primite nase iskreno saucesce. Vjecnaja Pamjat!

With love,

Diana, Anica, Mihajlo i Natalija Vreca

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY