Posted by Divinity Funerals 24/09/2021
May he rest peacefully and beside his beloved and beautiful wife Poppy. May his generous spirit and love his family be remembered forever. God bless and Rest In Peace Theo John and give my Thea Poppy a kiss from me 🙏🙏❤️❤️ Zoe Angeli & Familu
Posted by Zoe Angeli 24/09/2021
Aldefe mou Yianni, kali xekourasi na exeis kai na einai alafri to xoma pou tha se skepasi. Tha xaso ta teilephonimata pou kaname kai ta legame. Antio 💙
Posted by Evangelia Samarkos 24/09/2021
Kalo taxidi theio! We are so happy that we got to see you and you met my daughters! May you Rest In Peace and may your memory be eternal xx
Posted by Mostris Family 23/09/2021
Kalo taxidi theio mou kai na einai alafri to xoma pou tha se skepasi.
Posted by Anna Panatos 23/09/2021
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 coronavirus outbreak has altered that ritual and changed the way we say goodbye: the loss remains, the connections change. The family has the difficult decision of which ten people will attend the funeral. They are aware that many of you would like to attend but unfortunately, due to the restrictions in place, it is not possible. Following the service, a replay of the service, as well as a video presentation celebrating John's life will be available for viewing.
Posted by Denne Cruz 22/09/2021