October 12, 1991 ~ July 30, 2019

Born in: Denver, CO
Resided in: Denver , CO

Katarina Boitschev is survived by her father, Ivan Boitschev, mother Eva Boitschev and  step father Antonin Znamenacek.


Funeral Service: August 18, 2019 2:00 pm

Sixth Avenue United Church
3250 East 6th Avenue
Denver, CO 80206

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  1. Katarina was such a special person. She was my best friend when I was little and has been a part of my life since I was 5. We shared many great moments. She inspired me, I looked up to her, and she will forever have a place in my heart. I can’t believe that she is gone. It breaks my heart. I send my condolences to Eva and Ivan, and to her stepdad Tony. I can’t imagine your pain. I will be praying that God eases your pain, and hold a special place for her in heaven. She will be greatly missed! By me and so many.

  2. Katarina’s passing is tragic beyond words. She was a beauty inside and out and a sweet, loyal friend to many, including my daughter. My deepest sympathy goes out to her family and loved ones. May Katarina, now as a delicate angel, always be with all of us.

  3. Katarina,
    You really did know how to light up a room my girl, I am heartbroken that you are gone but I hope that you have found Peace sweet Angel.
    My deepest condolences to Kats family, She will be missed by all.

  4. I feel blessed to have shared a sincere, sweet, strong embrace- the kind of hug that describes her heart- with Kat just a few months back when, due to kismet, we reunited after many many years. I recognized her immediately- as she is unforgettable. Time paused, we reminisced, immediately brought back to simpler times, when we were young and playing on the court. We shared a laugh, and time pressed, “play” again. We moved back out into space and time- went about our busy days but on that day you were, are, and will always be … a present grace. A gift in a moment of time, a warm embrace, that which you extended to me, may you also be received- welcomed into open arms… wrapped up and comforted by, a very warm embrace, held in love, held safe.

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