Alexander Reznik Ukranian Martyr

Alexander Reznik

July 27, 2023

34-year-old soldier Alexander Reznik, nicknamed Boroda, died on July 27, 2023, near the village of Robotine in the Zaporizhzhia region. He received fatal injuries from enemy artillery shelling while evacuating wounded comrades.

Alexander was born in the village of Horodkivka in Vinnytsia region. He graduated from Nemyriv Construction Technical School with a specialization in “Equipment and Gas Supply Systems Servicing.” He worked in his field at the Koziatyn Distillery. In 2014, he participated in the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO).

With the onset of full-scale invasion, he returned to the ranks of defenders and continued to protect his country from the enemy. He served in the mortar battery of Military Unit 3028 of the National Guard of Ukraine. He was a gunner and participated in the defense of Kyiv, Donetsk, and Zaporizhzhia regions.

“Brave, strong, kind, courageous. Beloved husband and wonderful father. He really wanted to fight. All for the preservation of Ukraine’s integrity. Alexander Reznik was not only a brave soldier but also an example of patriotism and self-sacrifice. He showed great courage and determination in extraordinary trials on the front lines. Fearlessly risking his own life, he saved and helped his comrades. Tough as an oak, brave, strong in spirit and body, full of strength and determination, above all, he was faithful to his country and loved it. He had a loving family, enjoyed life, and was hardworking. But on the eve of his daughter’s birthday, we received terrible news… He was a true friend, a strong and brave soldier. Always positive and lifting the morale of his comrades,” wrote the wife of the deceased, Yevheniya.

The National Guard soldier was buried in the town of Tomashpil in Vinnytsia region, where he lived with his family.

At home, Alexander was awaited by his parents, wife, and daughter.