Authorities send condolences over Valery Koshlevsky’s death
Penza, 14 March 2015. PenzaNews. The Penza region governor Vasily Bochkarev together with the members of the regional government and Legislative Assembly expressed their condolences over the untimely demise of ex-prosecutor Valery Koshlevsky.
“A lively manager, an excellent comrade, Valery Demyanovich Koshlevsky won the respect and well-deserved authority in the Penza region thanks to his high professional skills, extensive knowledge and responsible work ethic. We are greatly saddened by Valery Demyanovich’s death and extend our condolences to his friends and relatives. May the memory of his kind deeds for the sake of our Motherland live forever in our hearts,” says the telegram.
The time and place of visitation before the burial is yet unknown.
As PenzaNews agency reported earlier, Valery Koshlevsky, 63, ex-prosecutor of the Penza region, has passed away late at night into Saturday, March 14.
Based on preliminary information, his death was caused by acute heart failure.
Valery (Demyanovich) Koshlevsky was born in the village of Bondurovo, Gaivoronsky area of the Odessa region in the Ukrainian SSR on February 20, 1952.
In 1977, he graduated from the Saratov D.I. Kurskiy University of Law with a degree in Law Science, and was subsequently taken as an intern to the Nizhny Lomov area public prosecutor’s office.
In the following years, he worked in the prosecutor’s office of the Penza region, held the office of the Kondol area prosecutor, first deputy prosecutor of the Karakalpakian ASSR, prosecutor of the Lunino area, and later the Zheleznodorozhny area of Penza city, and deputy prosecutor of the region.
He held the office of the prosecutor of the Penza region from August 2000 to March 2013.
He was a wearer of the award pin “Distinguished worker of the Russian Federation prosecution area.”
He received the silver medal “For improving the criminal execution system,” the letter and the order of St. Sergiy of Radonezh of the 3rd degree, the letter and the order of Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker of the 2nd degree for helping ensure military security of Russia.
In 2012, Valery Koshlevsky received the title of the Distinguished Lawyer of Russia by the order of the Russian President.