Kazimierz (born 15 December 1909) and Maria (born 2 February 1921) Bodaszewski lived in the village of Honoratówka (now Ukraine) during the Second World War. Together, for a year, they hid three Jews from the Wohl family, who had lived in the village of Bursztyn before the war. Initially in farm buildings and later Kazimierz made them a hiding place in the forest. They provided them with food, clothing and medicine.

Kazimierz and Maria Bodaszewski were awarded the title of Righteous Among the Nations on 27 January 1986.