Theo, it was very difficult to see you like that in the hospital, that is not how I will remember you. You had a zest for life, always joking around and talking about family.
I remember when I was younger the numerous weekends we would visit and the funny Greek movies we would watch and laugh. So many memories.
My mom is taking this pretty hard, both her brother are now gone, but she knows you are at peace and will be with your brother and other family.
God rest your soul.
Lots of Love from the entire Gougoulias a family
I am so very saddened by the loss of such a sweet and funny man. My heart aches for all of you. Sending my deepest condolences and warmest thoughts.
What a wonderful man and best next door neighbor anyone could ask for. Vanessa, myself and the kids are very sad to hear of Evagelos' passing. I loved seeing him and chatting on the front porch. He loved watching the kids play on the street and never once complained about the noise that was coming from the other side of our shared wall! Thinking of you, at this time of loss.
My dearest father saying goodbye to you has been one of the most difficult things I’ve had to do. I choose to remember you with a smile on your face and your never ending sense of humour, you loved to make everyone laugh! Natashia, George and Vassia will miss their Papouli more then words can say.
Dad, spending the night by your bedside and speaking to you means the world to me, I know that you heard me.
Dad, I will hold you in my heart forever!
To the Farmakiotis and Alexopoulos families,
It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of your beloved father, husband, father-in-law and papou. I will always remember his gentle nature, friendly personality and dedication to his church family at Metamorphosis Tou Sotiros Greek Orthodox Church on Donlands Avenue during the 1980's and 1990's. We pray for his eternal soul. May his memory be eternal!
Themis and Ioanna Drakos