Posted by Michael Mamouzellos 26/11/2020
RIP Chris you may not be with us but you will never ever be forgotten .. Loved by many Firgotten by None
Posted by Deanne Hunt 26/11/2020
Posted by Sam Jendoubi 26/11/2020
Posted by Stella Trikili. 26/11/2020
Posted by Sia Polias 25/11/2020
Posted by The Grimbilos Family 25/11/2020
Posted by Mario Urizar 25/11/2020
Posted by Melanee & Stephanie Grimbilos 24/11/2020
To our Thio Chris
Thankyou for always looking out for us . We love you and will miss you so much .
RIP Thio Chris
Posted by Melanee, Nicolas & Stephanie Grimbilos 24/11/2020
Posted by George Grimbilos 24/11/2020
Posted by Doreen & Melanee Grimbilos 24/11/2020
Chris you will be forever in our thoughts and hearts .
You will be sorely missed . You have left us with great memories that we will cherish forever. RIP our dear friend . Until we meet again
Posted by George & Doreen Grimbilos 24/11/2020
Posted by Ree 24/11/2020
For many, a funeral is a ritual of loss and connection where we remember our loved ones who have passed and comfort the living. The coronavirus outbreak has altered that ritual and changed the way we say goodbye: the loss remains, the connections change.
The new relaxing of restrictions allows for 150 mourners inside the church and unrestricted outside of the church as long as social distancing rules are followed.
To assist the family with numbers, please click on the RSVP button if you wish to attend the Service for Christopher, or contact Divinity Funerals on [email protected]
Posted by Denne Cruz 23/11/2020