Greg,what can I say..you were such a great man..ioana and kacie started school the same day and became best friends over the years..
Thank you for being such a great friend,you will truly be missed by all..
I will be miss being called brenda lol...
R.I.P Greg may you fly high
Posted by Rhonda burr 15/02/2021
When I first met you I was new to the job
I told you my wife was Greek,we spoke and shared stories of Greece and arrival from Greece and your love of Australia and your family every time we met you greeted me with that great Greek warmth.
May you be in Gods arms with love and earth
We will meet again Greg
Posted by Stephen Bulcraig 14/02/2021
Greg, thank you for accepting me into your home as a good friend to your son Kosta. You welcomed me with open arms and treated me as your own. First thing you always asked me 'How's work going' then straight afterwards 'You hungry you want something to eat?' and would not ever take no for an answer. And that's when I first discovered my love for Greek food coming over from the Maltese side.
God has welcomed you now with open arms, and now you look upon and guide your family from above. I promise to be a brother to your son for the rest of my days and shall be there for him with whatever he may need and whenever he'll need help.
Rest In Peace Greg.
Posted by Darren 14/02/2021
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 corona-virus outbreak has altered that ritual and changed the way we say goodbye: the loss remains, the connections change.
The new relaxing of restrictions allows 250 mourners inside the church as long as social distancing rules are followed.
Posted by Vasiliki Ganis 14/02/2021