Тивончук Андрій Валерійович

Tyvonchuk Andrii was born on March 5, 1978, in the village of Tuchyn, Hoshcha Raion, Rivne Oblast.  From 1984 to 1995 he studied at Tuchyn Secondary School.

In 1996, Andrii took driving classes. During 1996 – 1998 he was at military service in Berdychiv and later in Lviv in border troops.  Andrii decided to connect his life with the army. In 1999-2001s he studied at Uzhhorod Warrant Officer School, where he served until 2003. Later Andrii served in Tuchyn Military Unit. After demobilization, he worked for the sausage plant as a builder, then as a driver.

In July 2015, Andrii was mobilized to the Army and served at Tuchyn Training Range. In May 2016, Andrii was sent to the East of Ukraine. He served in Mykolaiv Oblast as a Chief of the Column of Material Maintenance.

Andrii died on June 1, 2016, on the territory of the Military Unit in the village of  Velyka Novosilka (Donetsk Oblast) from a cardiac arrest. Andrii is buried in the village of Tuchyn.



The publication about Tyvonchuk A.V.

A soldier died from the Goshcha district in the ATO zone.

On June 1, Andrii Tyvonchuk from Goshcha district died at the age of 38 in the village Velyka Novosilka, Donetsk region. The soldier had been serving in the position of the commander of the automobile division of the platoon provision since July last year.

The question of delivery the soldier’s body from ATO zone is currently being solved. According to Goshcha regional authorities, farewell to the dead is scheduled for Saturday, June 4.

On June 2, 3 and 4, it was declared the days of mourning in Goshcha district to honor the serviceman according to the order of the chairman of the Goshcha regional authorities. The State Flag of Ukraine was lowered on the buildings of institutions, enterprises and organizations, and entertainment and concert events and sports competitions were canceled.

Andrii Tyvonchuk was born on March 15, 1978 in the village of Tuchyn, Goshcha district, Rivne region.

This was reported from the press service of the Rivne regional authorities.




Andrii Tyvonchuk (03.15.1978 – 06.01.2016)