Posted by Victoria Karagavrilidis 13/08/2021
Vasiliki was a lovely lady always with a smile on her face , may she rest in peace the memories the family all have of her be eternal ..xx
Posted by Koula Pertsoulis 11/08/2021
Beautiful Ceremony for a beautiful lady.
May she Rest In Peace.
All our love always
Posted by George, Noeline and Sarah xxx 11/08/2021
The best Yiayia, the most loving, generous, kindest Yiayia. Thank you for everything Yiayia mou. One day we will be together again. Till then, rest, you are free. We will honour your memory with such love and gratitude. You are pure love. A love like no other. I wish I could have cradled you in my arms, the way you cradled me all my life. I love you eternally - Maria xxx
Posted by Maria Karagavrilidis 11/08/2021
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 as well as a video presentation celebrating Vasiliki's life will be available for viewing.
Posted by Denne Cruz 10/08/2021