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Podgorbunskikh Ivan Logvinovich

Born in 1925 in the village of Vvedenka (now the Mishkinsky district of the Kurgan region) in the family of a kulak peasant. In 1931, the Podgorbunsky family was evicted to the village of Cherny Mys (now the Surgut region). From 1933 to 1941 Ivan Longvinovich studied at the Chernomysovskaya junior high school. In 1942, after finishing 8th grade, he was mobilized to school FZO № 16 with. Samarovo and graduated from it in January 1943. Until May 1943 he worked at the Surgut fish processing plant as a civil construction carpenter. On May 18, 1943 Ivan Podgorbunskikh was drafted into the Red Army by the Khanty-Mansiysk Regional Military Commissariat. From May to October 1943 he was in the reserve regiment. On May 30, 1943, he took the military oath. Combat path: from October 1943 to May 1944 he was at the front, first on the second Ukrainian front in 51 tank brigades, then in the second tank army, where he served as a machine gunner. In the battles for the city of Balti on March 10, 1944, he was seriously wounded. In March 1944 he was sent to study at the 1st Kharkov Tank School in Chirchik, Tashkent region, and in November 1945 he graduated. Received a military rank - junior lieutenant and specialty of a tank commander of medium tanks. Awards: Order of the Red Star; medal "For the victory over Germany". In June 1946 I.L. Podgorbunsky was demobilized. From July 1946 to September 1947 he worked as the head of the club in the fish processing plant. In September 1947 he entered the Surgut branch of the state bank as an apprentice accountants. In April 1948 he graduated from the courses and was assigned as an accountant in the Zarya martel. In August 1950, he was appointed senior accountant. On April 20, 1959, he began to work in a fish processing plant, first as a rationer, then, until his retirement, as a deputy chief accountant. Since 1966 - member of the CPSU. For about 20 years, Ivan Lovinovich worked at the Surgut fish processing plant. In 1979 Ivan Podgorbunskikh died of a serious illness.