Greek Community of Melbourne pay tribute to Stefan Romaniw

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The Greek Community of Melbourne has issued a statement following the death of Stefan Romaniw on June 26.

Full statement in English

It is with deep sorrow that we heard of the untimely passing of Stefan Romaniw yesterday at the age of 68 in Warsaw.

As the former VMC chairperson and chairman of Multicultural Arts Victoria and through his work in the Victorian Multicultural landscape, Stefan has long had a close relationship with the Greek Community of Melbourne.

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Stefan Romaniw (front) with GCM President Bill Papastergiadis.

A champion of multiculturalism and a leader of his Ukrainian Australian community, Stefan was First Vice President of the Ukrainian World Congress and sat on its Executive Committee as well as being a prominent leader in the Victorian and broader Ukrainian diasporic community.

The passing of Stefan Romaniw represents a profound and irreparable loss and his work for multicultural Australia will be long remembered. Eternal Memory!

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