Posted by Divinity Funerals 12/08/2021
A tribute in honour of the
Late Patty (Panagiota) Lapanaitis
🕯May her memory be eternal🕯
Posted by Divinity Funerals 06/08/2021
Deepest condolences to the Lapanaiti family on the passing.of.your precious mum, and yiayia. Thinking of you.
Posted by Zoe.Theodore 12/08/2021
In loving memory of Giota Lapanaitis A great nouna and koumpara for all those wonderful and great times we lived together You will never be forgotten but greatly missed Forever in our thoughts and heart Rest in peace With all our love The Volgaris family
Posted by Anastasia Voulgaris 07/08/2021
Dear Michael, Tony, Matina, Dina and the rest of the family. We are so saddened by the news of your beautiful mother's sudden passing. Our thoughts are with you all at this difficult time. Your mother was such a beautiful lady and she always greeted you with a smile. Now back in your father's Philip's arms. They will both watch over you all. May her memory be eternal. Sending you lots of love and strength at this very sad time, Maria, Dave & Nalu Xx
Posted by Maria O'Brien 06/08/2021
have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: Indeed she was a woman of God. Please lord look after her soul. May God repose her with all the angels
Posted by Trevor, Nivien, Christopher and Rebecca 06/08/2021
To the extended Lapanaitis family, I am extremely saddened to hear of the passing of Thea Panagiota ‘Patty’ Lapanaitis. She was truly the matriarch of the family – always bringing everyone together to celebrate any occasion and bring happiness wherever she could. She was a mother not only to her children, but to anyone fortunate to know her. Thea Panagiota always radiated positive energy and always showed a genuine interest in others, offering her time to listen, and made you feel special. She expressed her love through her cooking and preparation of meals – so much so that she needed two kitchens - such was the number of family and friends she welcomed into her home. She was the most gracious host and always carried great conversations…I’m forever grateful to have been welcomed into the family and experience Thea’s delicious food, great conversations and generous hospitality. I know that Thea Panagiota not only leaves you all with many, many fond memories, but she also a legacy for future generations to follow – a legacy of caring, empathy, kindness and an absolute steely resolve mixed with good humour. Her greatest gift to her family and friends, was to show every single one of them they were loved. Our heartfelt thoughts are with your family. Rest in Peace, Thea. Chris Tzarimas (Billabong) and family.
Posted by Chris Tzarimas (Billabong) and family 06/08/2021
To our dear sister, sister-in-law and Thia Panagiota, Your loss is a painful one for all of us heightened by the fact that we are separated by thousands of miles during a global pandemic. You will be so missed and forever loved and cherished in our hearts. We know your beautiful spirit will live on through your wonderful and loving children, grandchildren and great grandson. Travel safely to our dear Phillip and watch over all of us from above until we meet again.Yiotoula mas, always there with open arms, a loving hug, a full house of people and a kitchen full of delicious food. Our “darlie” (darling). ❤️ To our dear nieces, nephews and cousins, Although we are not physically close to you especially during this heartbreaking time, please remember that we mourn along side of you and are always here for you. We love you all so much and know how much you are hurting right now. We pray for peace for all of you kai o Theos na tin anapavsi.
Posted by The Kyriakopoulos, Courpas-Nikolaou and Sioutis Families 06/08/2021
To a beautiful lady who always welcomed you with a loving smile and huge hug, you will be truly missed, thank you for being such a wonderful role model to the next generation. Our thoughts are with the family today from all the Mitchell Family💜
Posted by Toula Mitchell 06/08/2021
Dear Yiota, The sad news of your passing has caused us all to pause and reflect on the beautiful memories we have of the many joyous times spent together. These are the memories we all cherish in our hearts. Your kindness and gorgeous smile will never be forgotten. Rest In Peace in God’s care. Dear Dina, Michael, Matina and Tony, Our deepest sympathy for the loss of your precious, devoted mum……… Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families during this difficult time. Feel comfort in that she will always be remembered with love, respect and fondness due to the special way she touched us all.💕
Posted by Poppy, Noula, George Davos and family. 05/08/2021
Sorry to hear of the passing of your mother Dina our hearts & thoughts go out to you and your family in these sad times 🌹
Posted by . Peter, Cheryl, Alec, Sophie & Mitchell Zeglis 05/08/2021
Posted by Christine Levas 05/08/2021
To the Lapanaitis family As we cannot be with you to farewell a wonderful woman who we dearly loved & who stood by our family in the toughest of times with her compassion, great love and unwavering support. She is now with the angels who we are certain she will entertain the way she entertained us all through her laughter her stories & good humour.. May she Rest In Peace. She will never be forgotten. Our deepest love to you all Thea Koula , Jim, Maria & families xxx
Posted by Jim Poulos 05/08/2021
Posted by Angela Lapanaitis 04/08/2021
Farewell to a beautiful, kind woman who had a warm, inviting smile and kind and comforting words for all those she came into contact with. A sincere and genuine soul who will never be forgotten. All my love to her wonderful family. ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Helen Bega and the entire Bega Family. x 04/08/2021
Dear Yiota, We are all numbed by the news of your passing. So many beautiful memories, so many special times our families spent together. You were all such a big part of our lives and will never be forgotten. I can see what a beautiful family you created with so much love and am so moved by the beautiful words of your grandchildren. I remember your dynamic, loving character and I’m sure you passed all of that on. You will be deeply missed. Rest in peace dear Yiota. You will be in our hearts and minds forever. Mary Psaromatis (Tsitsos), Thomas Tsitsos, Sophia Tsitsos and Gina (Karousou) Tsitsos.
Posted by Thomas Tsitsos family 04/08/2021
To my dear friend, You will be greatly missed. I will always treasure the memories of our many family get togethers. Until we meet again, Georgina Nicholas
Posted by Georgina Nicholas 04/08/2021
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Posted by Tony Lapanaitis 03/08/2021
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 will be available for viewing.
Posted by Dina Balis 02/08/2021