Vita Zelikov Obituary, Death – Following is an announcement that Inquisitor, Inc. is making with a heavy heart because of something very tragic that has occurred, and we ask for your understanding in this matter. Vita Zelikov, who had been acting as President of an Inquisitor, Inc. prior to her passing on January 3, 2023, having served in that capacity for many years. Although her departure is a terrible loss, and we are all devastated by it, we are relieved that she is no longer in pain because she fought cancer in an arduous and valiant manner for a very long time.
We are thankful that she is no longer in pain because she fought cancer for a very long time. She battled this illness for a very long time, but despite the fact that she did so for a very long time, she ultimately succumbed to it. After the passing of Ron Lax, our founding president, in 2013, and the subsequent passing of Alyson Frazier, President, in 2016, Jen Hoff and Vita took over, and Vita has remained President of Inquisitor at that time from 2016 until the present day. Ron Lax served as our founding president.
Alyson Frazier served as President. 2013 was the year that Ron Lax passed away. The year 2016 saw the passing of Alyson Frazier. The year 2007 was Jen Hoff’s first day on the job at Inquisitor, while the year 2016 marked Vita’s ascent to the role of President at the company. The idea that everyone has the right to a just defense was the primary tenet that served as the cornerstone for the formation of Inquisitor, and Vita had a strong devotion to the idea that everyone has the right to a just defense.
Her sheer presence, in addition to everything that she has accomplished, is evidence of her unrelenting dedication to making a contribution to a cause that is more important than herself. Despite the fact that she had a big role in the Inquisitor, we have decided to continue on without Vita’s participation. We are going to proceed in the same way that we have in the past, which includes adhering to our mission and providing investigative services of the highest possible caliber.
In other words, we are going to continue doing what we have always done. Having said all of that, and bearing in mind the specifics of the situation, we would respectfully ask that you have patient with us while we come to terms with our loss and rededicate ourselves to the here and now.