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Pachganov Andrey Dmitrievich

Born on September 29, 1927 in the village of Bazyany (now the Khanty-Mansiysk region) in a peasant family. After the death of his parents, he was brought up by an aunt who lived in the village. Zenkovo. After graduating from grade 3, he went to work on a collective farm, carrying mail, hay and food. In October 1942 he added 3 years to himself and volunteered for the front. From Khanty-Mansiysk I arrived in Omsk by steamer (I passed the training camp of Cheryomushki for 3 months). After he was sent to Kalachinsk, to form a ski division for Stalingrad. He began his combat path as a member of the 54th artillery regiment on the Volkhov front, took part in the battles near Warsaw and Konigsberg. In Konigsberg he was wounded. He ended up in a divisional hospital, fell behind his regiment. After recovering, he continued to serve in the 86th heavy killer brigade as a telephone operator, signalman, in the 23rd guards heavy killer brigade. After he served in Germany until 1949. Upon completion of the service he was awarded the rank of corporal. Awards: Order of the Patriotic War of the 1st degree, medals "For Courage", "For the capture of Konigsberg", "For the liberation of Warsaw", "For the capture of Berlin", "For the victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945", 40 years victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 ", 50 years of victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945", "60 years of victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945.", "70 years of the Armed Forces of the USSR." In May 1949 A.D. Pachganov returned to Pashkino and got married. He worked on a collective farm: in logging, went in a train on 6 horses. In 1959 he moved to the village. Kyshik, worked as a groom in a fish farm. After that he worked in the settlement of Lugovoy for 2 years, and in 1965 together with his family he moved to Nyalino, where he worked in an orphanage as a worker. In 1979 he moved to the forestry as a groom. In 1982 he retired. Raised and raised seven children. Passed away in 2014.