It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Mike W. Davidoff. Mike was born on May 17, 1930 and passed away
peacefully at his home on January 9, 2017.
Mike was a lifelong devoted member of the Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ and together with his wife Molly spent over 20 years working for his community as the caretaker of the Brilliant Cultural Center, the Markova home and the Verigin Memorial Park. In his younger years, Mike worked in the forest industry and for School District #20 as a bus driver and in the maintenance department.
Mike is survived by his loving family, his wife of 63 years, Molly; his sons Andrew (Elaine), and Michael (Ellie); four grandchildren, Sean and partner Athena, Ashley and husband Ben with great-granddaughter Mila, Jake and wife Jenn with great-grandson Evan, and Stesha and husband Garett, sister Helen and husband George; along with many loving nieces and nephews. Mike was predeceased by his mother Tanya in 1952 and his father William in the mid 1980’s, sister, Mary in 2002, brother-in-law
‘Pete Stouchnow and in-laws Mabel and Pete Perepolkin and Nick and Dora Kanigan.
The family wishes to express our appreciation to Dr. Walton and Dr. Larocque along with their respective staff members, for their dedicated medical care.
Also, a deep appreciation to those who have offered such kindness, support, messages of sympathy and comfort in our bereavement with a special thank you to Mike’s extended Roto Villa family.
Also, a special thank you to the staff of Castlegar Funeral Chapel and to officiant Peter Zaytsoff for the professional and gentle guidance we received during this difficult time.
Donations in memory of Mike can be made to the USCC publication “Iskra” at the Brilliant Cultural Center.
May Deda rest in peace in God’s Heavenly Kingdom and may his smile and twinkle in his eye live on in our hearts forever.