Jews of Czernowitz in 1941

Zev Cohen

In July 1941 the Romanian army captured Czernowitz from the Red Army as part of the German offensive against the Soviet Union. My maternal aunt Chana left Czernowitz with a unit of the Komsomol headed in the direction of Vinitsa.
My maternal uncle Jascha had previously, during the Soviet occupation of the city, been exiled to Siberia.
The family surname was Variten or Veretena.
Neither was heard from again.
I would appreciate any information relevant to the above-described events.