Ernest Prokopovych

Calabasas resident who immigrated to the U.S. as a refugee from Ukraine in 1949

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Ernest Prokopovych came to the U.S. from Ukraine right after WWII.

Ukrainian in LA: We’ll create more calamities by not responding to Russia properly

Ernest Prokopovych came to the U.S. from Ukraine right after WWII.

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