Clipped From The Palm Beach Post
KYRIL PETROV VASSILEV, JR. October 16, 1944 - June 29, 1995 Age 50, better known as "Kiko" of Niko's Marine Service passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Thursday. June 29, 1995. He was the Captain of the Citizen Observer Patrol Unit 41. He was also a Vietnam Vietnam Era Veteran serving in the U.S. Naval Service with a rank of E-5. E-5. E-5. If the expression, "Truly Unique" was ever used, it was never more appropriate than when descriping Kiko. A husband, father, grandfather, grandfather, son, brother and uncle, and to so many others, an extraordinary friend. For every one who ever met you, had a category of character covered in their life that never need filling, nor could be, by any other. Knowing you, meant never forgetting you. A strong, seemingly Indestructable man, who was so easily humbled by the love of Christ in his heart. Survivors include his wife, Carol ; sons, Troy Ank Kiko III; a daughter, Robin Hetzel; his parents, Mrs. Helen Borinski and the late Kyrll P. Vassilev; sister, Gigf Hanley; brothers, James and Daniel Vassilev; granddaughters, Veronica, Tori, and Brooke. Also, inlaws, inlaws, nieces, nephews, and many friends who have exceeded the meaning of the word. "Kiko"... you were so hard to describe, but what's harder, Is trying to find a way to sayGoodbye'. sayGoodbye'. A Funeral Service will be held 4 pm Tuesday, July 4, at DORSEY FUNERAL HOME INC., 3525 S. Congress Ave., Lake Worth with Rev. Troy Dailey of me delivers victory Church officiating. 1-nends 1-nends 1-nends may call from 2-4 2-4 2-4 and 7-9 7-9 7-9 pm Monday, July 3, and Tuesday, July 4, at f the tuneral home. In lieu or flowers, please donate to the Belivers Victory Church Bulding Fund, 295 Foresta Ter race, West Palm Beach FL 33415 which was close to his heart.