In memory of

Thomas Koidis

August 25, 1970 -  May 17, 2022

It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Tom Koidis at the age of 51. Tom grew up in the Markham area and resided with his wife and children in Newmarket.
He will be dearly missed by all his family and friends. He is survived by his wife Michelle and daughters Mackenzie and Ashley, parents Dimitrios “Taky” and Janet Koidis, sister Tammy (Mike) and nephew Jacob, his Uncle Paul, and many cousins, sisters and brothers in law, nieces, and nephews.
Tom had a successful career of over 25 years in the office furniture industry. His infectious laugh and smile would fill any room. Known for his playfulness, quick wit and humour, Tom brought light and ingenuity to problem solving and the workplace.
He enjoyed music, electronics, and touching people’s hearts. One of his greatest pleasures was witnessing the growth and accomplishments of his children and playing in the pool.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Make a Wish Foundation.


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Barbara Grams (Family friend)

Entered May 22, 2022

I am so very sorry to hear the sad news. I have many happy memories of Tommy as a young boy and then as a special young man. Please accept my condolences for your terrible loss.

Michele, (Mikki) Raisbeck and Scott Raisbeck (Sister of Tom’s brother in-law Brook)

Entered May 22, 2022 from Newmarket

We were so sad to hear of Toms passing. We had the pleasure of getting to know Tom at many of Brook and Jeanine’s family gatherings. He was a pleasure to talk to and especially engaging with all the young people. And always amazed by his beautiful girls.
Tom will be sorely missed by many.

Paul Koidis (cousin)

Entered May 22, 2022

- Paul, Kim, Sydney + Melody.

Mark Paulissian (Friend & Colleague)

Entered May 22, 2022 from Chicago, Illinois

Sending my deepest condolences to Tom’s family and friends. I so enjoyed being in his company. We talked work and family, and that’s where we spent most of our time, on family. The love he had for his family was always apparent. We loved the game of hockey, talked about our children and their hockey adventures. He gifted me a ticket to a Maple Leafs game when I was once in town for business. He was one of the most genuine and kind people I have ever known. We both enjoyed big hugs. I will miss my friend. To his children, please know your dad left an indelible mark on this world. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Frank DeMarinis (Friend)

Entered May 22, 2022

This is heartbreaking. I miss you buddy. You meant so much to me and my family. We were blessed to have you in our lives. Our love and condolences to Michelle, Ashley, MacKenzie, Tacky, Janet and all your family and friends. You were loved and respected by many and know that you will always be missed. Rest peacefully my friend.


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