Vlasta Velisavljević Death: It is with great sadness that we announced to the public that popular and veteran Serbian actor Vlasta Velisavljević has passed away.
Vlasta Velisavljević died on 24 March 2021 in Belgrade due to complications caused by COVID-19 infection at the age of 94 years old.
We mourn with the family of Vlasta Velisavljević, we understand how disheartening they could be right now, so we are sending our thoughts and prayers to the affected ones.
Vlasta Velisavljević has left friends, family and loved ones heart-broken as the news surrounding the death of Vlasta Velisavljević was announced. Information about the death of the deceased was released across social media on March 24, 2021.
Vlasta Velisavljević cause of death is still unknown. We will update this as soon as we have more information to pass across.
Vlasta Velisavljević Funeral | Obituary Arrangements
Vlasta Velisavljević Funeral and Obituary arrangements has not been officially released. We are working on getting more information about the deceased, feel free to use the comment section if you have any information about this story.
Tributes to Vlasta Velisavljević
To the family, kindly receive our heartfelt condolences. Do you have anything to say or condolence messages to share. Feel free to use the comment section below, Friends and Family has shown their sympathy by sharing their grieving message across social media.
When someone you care about has lost a loved one, it can be hard to know what to say when sending condolences. But it’s important to say something. Sharing your condolences lets them know you care and offers comfort in one of the hardest times they’ll ever experience. It’s a loving gesture that means a lot.
Little acts such as tributes and prayers can go a long way to heal the family of their loss and remind them the world still loves them.
Remember that it’s absolutely okay to say something short and simple, especially in your first condolence thought offered in person or on Facebook or wherever you first hear the news. (If you’re writing a formal sympathy card or note to go with flowers, then a more formal tone is fine, but you can also keep it simple and personal there, too.