Memories and Condolences

Christina Khailo, Elkhart, IN

R.I.P Vladimir... Always missed and never forgotten

James (Jim) Kyle, Washington, DC

My prayers go out to the Khailo family. I met Mr. Khailo (Vladimir) once at a Khailo family cookout and several times when he visited his son Jacob's business. Vladimir's son Jacob (Natalia) and I have been close friends for many, many years. I pray that God gives Jacob and the Khailo family the strength to make it through this very tough time. RIP Mr. Khailo!!!!

Kimberly Batiz, Goshen, IN

Vladimir was an amazing person, that I had the amazing priviledge of taking care of. I'll never forget the laughs and stories I shared with him and his wife, Maria. My heart is with his family at this time of sorrow. God bless all of you!

Darrell Yaw, Middlebury, IN

Vladimir's memorial service will be streamed with LIVE VIDEO at www.lifetimerecording.com/khailo.

Tom Bradley, Harpers Ferry, WV

I did not know Vladimir, or the family, but we share the same Savior. What a testimony Vladimir had! We who were born here in the United States so often loose sight of what others have had to go through to defend their faith and their beliefs in the country of their birth. As the Bible states in Luke 16:10 "He that is faithful in that which is least is faithful also in much..." and Vladimir certainly was faithful in all things to the very end! I know that the family will find comfort and strength in God's Word at this time. All of you can be proud of Vladimir!

Andrea Reich, Bristol, IN

Lydia, so blessed is your family to have such a strong role model. Your dad will have his rewards now. I pray that your family finds comfort in God's peace as I know you will.

Kimberly Griffith, Goshen, IN

I took care of Vladimir when I worked at Elkhart General Hospital Home Care. I enjoyed his stories he told me and his wife. Very nice people. SO was his son and Daughter in law. He will be missed.