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Nazarov Valentin Ivanovich

Born on March 28, 1921 in Vyatka (now Kirov). At the end of the 1920s. the Nazarov family arrived in Surgut. After graduating from the 7th grade of the Surgut school, Valentin worked as a fisherman on a collective farm until conscription for military service in the ranks of the Red Army on October 5, 1940. With the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, he was sent to the active army as part of the 102nd separate communications battalion. Combat path: served as a radiotelegraph operator of the 102nd separate communications battalion, then as a senior radiotelegraph operator of the 72nd separate communications regiment, senior telegraph operator of the 165th separate communications company. May 27, 1946 was demobilized. Awards: medals "For Victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945", "For Victory over Japan". June 6, 1947 Valentin Ivanovich was hired by the chairman of the department of physical culture and sports at the executive committee of the Surgut district council, where he worked until July 13, 1951. Then he worked for six years as a senior inspector in the Surgut department of social security. On June 17, 1961, Valentin Ivanovich was received by the foreman of the Ostrovnoy timber industry site of the Surgut timber industry enterprise. For four years he worked at this enterprise in various positions, and in December 1965 he moved to the paramilitary security guard of the Surgut airport. Having worked here for over ten years, Valentin Ivanovich on June 7, 1976 went on a well-deserved rest. In 1978, he worked for four months as an operator in the Surgut Research Expedition of the Physics and Hydrodynamics Department of the Siberian Research Institute of the Oil Industry. He passed away on April 18, 1980. He was buried in Surgut.