Stefan Recki

Stefan Recki

August 5, 1960 - June 25, 2022

Dear friends,

 Stefan Recki, a beloved member of the Brussels Center of the Fellowship of Friends, completed his task today, unexpectedly.

 Stefan was born August 5, 1960, and was 61 on his last birthday. He joined the Fellowship in Moscow in June 2002, and served as center director in Brussels from 2007 to 2009. Stefan, with his wife Elvira, was active in visiting Apollo and centers in Europe.

We thank thee.

The Elysian Society

Funeral Service Text: Stefan Recki 2022-12

Do you see, O my brothers and sisters?
It is not chaos or death, it is form, union, plan.
It is eternal life, it is happiness.

Walt Whitman, “Song of Myself”

  1. Patrick June 29, 2022 at 10:30 am

    Stefan quietly served and participated in the life of the Brussels center throughout his time in the Fellowship. His quietly positive nature often erupted into an enthusiastic and knowledgeable explanation about something. He remained focused and dedicated to his work, never losing the thread.

    I miss you Stefan


  2. Lynne Duffy June 29, 2022 at 1:27 am

    I met Stefan in Ghent on my first fellowship event. He was very warm and friendly and will always remember his lovely natural smile.

    ….but if the while I think on thee dear friend, all losses are restor’d and sorrows end.

    Thank you Stefan.

    Lynne Duffy. (James) Xx

  3. Sem June 28, 2022 at 7:03 pm

    Stefan and I met on his first perspective meetings in Moscow back in 2002. I remember him to be attentive, humble and friendly person. It was a strong experience to meet someone who immediately recognized the value of self-remembering, need of a school, teacher and friends. We met on few occasions later and it was always nice to meet him again.
    Many thanks for sharing our path together.

  4. Lidia June 28, 2022 at 4:25 pm

    I learned that every mortal will taste death. But only some will taste life.

    Stephan was someone who tasted life with presence. We will miss his gentle being and tender smile.

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