Brock mourns death of former professor

Vladislav TomovicBrock University is saddened by the death of Vladislav (Victor) Tomovich.

Tomovich taught sociology at Brock for 30 years and was a visiting professor at many universities around the world.

Tomovich died Aug. 1 after a lengthy illness. He will be remembered for his passion for life, his energy, his story telling, his love of travel and his award-winning photography.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Brock’s Department of Sociology.

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2 comments on “Brock mourns death of former professor”

  1. Alex Popovic says:

    I was shocked to find a fresh grave with Victor’s name etched on the cross the last time I visited my parent’s gravesite. I was saddened to know that Vic had passed away. A professor, a friend, a confident and distant family member we had long since moved on with the flow of life. I had always intended to phone, or to drop by but like so many too late. Peace be with you dear friend.

  2. Radovan Zdero says:

    I am saddened to hear of Professor Tomovic’s passing. I recently purchased one of his books called “Canadian Serbs: A History of their Social and Cultural Traditions (1856-2002).” Reading the book will have a more poignant meaning now. I also recall briefly meeting him a few years ago at a large Serbian social gathering. My condolences to his family and friends.

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