A feat has no age: a memorial plaque to Ivan Prydatko, who died during the SVO, was opened in Simferopol school No. 12
In Simferopol School No. 12, a memorial plaque was opened to a graduate of the school, Lieutenant Ivan Sergeevich Pridatko, who died while performing combat missions during a special military operation.
Prydatko Ivan Sergeevich was born in 1988. He studied at school number 12 from 2003 to 2005. Graduated in 2010 from the Crimean State Medical University named after S.I. Georgievsky. In 2020, he left to serve in the army under a contract. Ivan Sergeevich died during the mission along with his comrades. He was only 34 years old. He was awarded state awards of the Russian Federation: the Order of Courage posthumously, the Order for fidelity to duty. Ivan Sergeevich left behind a wife and a three-year-old daughter.
Vanya grew up as a modest and cheerful boy, kind and humane, played football and loved to draw. Everyone loved him at school for his kindness, decency, honesty, courage, friendliness and youthful mischief. Open and sincere, able to listen and understand, always come to the rescue in difficult times— this is how the director of the school, Lyudmila Gametskaya, spoke about Ivan Sergeevich.
Also, all those present said warm words to the graduate of the school. Mom donated things and a school album to the school museum.
At the end of the line-requiem, those present laid flowers and honored the memory of the deceased with a minute of silence.
source: press service of the Simferopol administration
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