Fedoruk Andriy Vasyl‘ovych was the driver of the 30th separate Guards Mechanized Brigade of the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, a soldier.
He was born on 20 September, 1979 in the settlement of the urban type Pershotravneve, Ovruch district, Zhytomyr region. He graduated the secondary school of the urban type Pershotravneve.
He served the regular military service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
He worked as a locksmith for repairing the installations of the mining and crushing shop of the Private Joint Stock Company "Tovkachiv Mining and Processing Plant" in the village Pershotravneve.
He was engaged in the social activities. He was the head of the May Day primary cell of the UDAR party.
In the winter of 2013-2014 he was on the Independence Square in Kyiv, where he was an active participant in the Revolution of Dignity.
On 3 August, 2014, he was mobilized to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He served as a driver of the 30th Separate Guards Mechanized Brigade of the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (military unit A0409, the city of Novograd-Volynsk Zhytomyr region).
From summer to autumn of 2014, he participated in the anti-terrorist operation in the east of Ukraine.
In November 2014, during a military operation in Lugansk region, soldier Fedoruk suffered from a serious head injury. On 20 November, 2014, a serviceman from the city Swatovo, Luhansk region, was taken by a helicopter to the Kharkiv Military Hospital. Doctors fought for Andriy Fedoruk‘s life, but their efforts proved to be in vain. On 25 November, 2014, the soldier died as a result of the cerebral edema.
On 29 November, 2014 he was buried in the cemetery of the urban settlement of Pershotravneve, Ovruch district, Zhytomyr region.
The mother is left.
On 22 January, 2015, in the urban-type settlement Pershotravneve, on the facade of the building of a secondary school (Lenin street, 32), where Andriy Fedoruk studied, the memorial plaque was established.