Vorobets Stepan Stepanovich was the commander of the reconnaissance company headquarters battalion 24th Iron behalf of Prince Daniel Galician Detached Mechanized Brigade Army of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Captain.
He was born on June 4, 1987 in Kolomyja Ivano-Frankivsk region. He studied the V.Stefanik specialized school №1 of Coloma and Carpathian military-sports boarding school Nadvirna Ivano-Frankivsk region.
Since 2006, he was in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. In 2010 he graduated the Hetman Sahaidachny Army Academy (L‘viv), specializing in "Operating systems, devices and appliances artillery reconnaissance." Since 2010, he served in the 24th Iron behalf of Prince Daniel Galician Detached Mechanized Brigade of the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (military unit A0998, sycamore city Lviv region).
In the spring of 2014 he took part in the anti-terrorist operation in eastern Ukraine.
On June 19, 2014 near the village of urban Yampol and villages Zakitne Krasnolymanska Donetsk region during a combat mission, during which it was necessary to push deep into the territories temporarily controlled by militants to destroy the fortifications and release the settlements, military 24th separate mechanized brigade entered into battle with the Russian-terrorist groups. As a result, about 30 combat soldiers received injuries of varying severity and 7 soldiers were killed, among them captain Vorobets was.
On June 23, 2014 he was buried in the central city cemetery Coloma city.
On August 14, 2014 by the decision of the City Council Kolomyyskoy serviceman 24th Iron behalf of Prince Daniel Galician separate mechanized brigade of the Land Force of Ukraine captain Vorobets was awarded the title "Honorary Citizen of Kolomna" (posthumously).
On January 5, 2015 in front of the building in Coloma the V.Stefanik specialized school №1 (Mickiewicz Str., 3), where he studied Vorobets Stephen, a memorial plaque was established to him.
In May 29, 2015 in Nadvornaya on the facade of the building Carpathian military-sports boarding school (street Sirikit, 1st), where Vorobets Stephen studied, a memorial plaque was established to him.
He was awarded the Order of Bohdan Khmelnytsky degree (21.8.2014, posthumously).
The wife and two sons remain.