Edward Aksenov, age 44, of Piscataway passed away in his residence on Sunday, October 9, 2022. He was beloved son of Vladimir and Aida (Surova) Aksenov.
Edward was born on February 7, 1978, in Kaunas, Lithuania. Since a little child he was very loving person, always helped babysitting younger neighbors’ kids, and get paid by getting sweet treats and Lemonade drink from neighbors. He is remembered as being always friendly, kind, warm, chill, and compassionate person. Never hurt anybody, always willing to help. He had a rare talent – where he went or where he stayed, he made his friends and all people around him feel good and happy.
He loved a lot outdoors, kayaking, skiing, and playing hockey. He was able to score a goal in most fascinating way, and his moves in hockey game were always unpredictable. He will be missed by his hockey team.
In addition to his parents, he is survived by his brother Nikolay, his sister in-law Oksana, who loved him as her own brother, and his two nephews Dmitri and Nikolai. He was “the best uncle in the whole world”. He never kept his nephews out of his room. He is also survived by his Aunt Larisa, Aunt Ljudmila, cousins Vitaly, Viktor, and Raya and her husband Curzio and their daughter Ariya, and Khana and her husband Luis and their children Zachary, Joshua, and Samuel. Edward will always be in our hearts. We miss you, kid.
For He wounds, but He binds up; He shatters, but His hands heal. Job 5:18
Ибо Он причиняет раны и Сам обвязывает их; Он поражает, и Его же руки врачуют. Книга Иова 5:18
Visitation for Edward will be on Thursday, October 13, 2022 at the Jaqui-Kuhn Funeral Home, 17 S. Adelaide Avenue, Highland Park between 11 am and 1 pm. Parking is available behind the funeral home or on S. Adelaide Avenue. A funeral liturgy will follow at the Saint Andrew’s Orthodox Church on the grounds of the Saint Andrew’s Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery, 280 Main Street, South Bound Brook, New Jersey. The interment of his remains will follow the funeral liturgy.
Donations in recognition of Ed will go to mothers who lost their children in the current war in the Ukraine. Through GoFundMe under Ed Aksenov in loving memory