Dmitry Barmakin was born in 1974 on the Black Sea coast, in Alushta (Crimea). At the age of 10, he lost his mother, and his father raised his son on his own. Since childhood, he was inquisitive, swam well and loved to read. In the eighth grade, I bought a Bible with the money I earned during the holidays. The practicality of the biblical advice convinced Dmitriy that this ancient book could be trusted.
After graduating from a vocational school, Dmitry received a diploma as a cook. Later he graduated from programming courses in Kaliningrad and worked as a programmer and CNC operator. The company has established itself as a responsible and honest employee, a person who is always ready to help.
Dmitry met his wife Elena in Bakhchisarai in 2003. And three years after they met, they got married. Together they took care of Dmitry's sick father for several years, until his death. In 2017, the family moved to Vladivostok to help Yelena's parents and grandmother. Elena has a creative job, she is a photographer. Dmitry's passion for photography was also passed on. In addition, he successfully creates computer programs. The couple love to travel, together they traveled around the Crimea, the Far East, shooting the sea, nature, animals. They have many loyal friends and good acquaintances, which they have acquired over the years of married life.
Since July 28, 2018, Dmitriy and Elena have been separated – Dmitriy was arrested on charges of professing his faith, which is essentially guaranteed by the Constitution to every person in Russia. The wife is painfully experiencing parting with her beloved husband. And for Elena's relatives, Dmitry's arrest is a real tragedy, because the spouses provided physical assistance to many of them, including their 93-year-old grandmother. They cannot understand why an honest and respectable person ended up behind bars.