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TAMPACOPOULOS, Gesthimani Pasmatzis  - In Memory of Gesthimani Pasmatzis Tampacopoulos who was born in Nea Ionia district of Athens on December 15, 1945.

She went to sleep in Christ on March 4, 2017 in Toronto.

he was born to refugee parents Petros Pasmatzis and Anastasia Touisizoglou, both born in Alanya, Asia Minor and who came to Greece after the disaster of 1922. Gesthimani or Mina studied architecture at the Polytechnic School in Piraeus but her true love and vocation was raising her two children.

Her spirit, courage and faith was a driving force that helped her overcome a mountain of diversity and obstacles which life put in her way.

Gesthimani will be remembered and loved by her son Nektarios and his wife Marisa. She will also be remembered and loved by her son Leonidas, his wife Iryna and their two children Anastasia and Alexander. Her legacy of faith, devotion and love will live on in her children and grandchildren who will love, cherish and remember their yiayia forever. Memory Eternal.

She was predeceased by her son also called Leonidas who passed away in Athens prior to her immigrating to Canada. A special thanks to all family and friends who came to celebrate Mina's life from near and from far and were a source of support and help during this period.

The family would also like to thank: the staff of Bellwoods, who gave Mina the independence she cherished; the staff of Ward Funeral Home in Weston; and to St. Elias Cemetery. Last, but not least, thanks to the staff at St. George's Greek Orthodox Church on Bond St., Toronto and to the Rev. Fr. Triantafillos Porfiris for his stirring eulogy of our Mother.

We shall never forget it.

"But the souls of the righteous are in the hand of God, and no torment will ever touch them."
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Wisdom of Solomon 3:1.

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TAMPACOPOULOS, Gesthimani Pasmatzis  - In Memory of Gesthimani Pasmatzis Tampacopoulos who was born in Nea Ionia district of Athens on December 15, 1945.

She went to sleep in Christ on March 4, 2017 in Toronto.

he was born to refugee parents Petros Pasmatzis and Anastasia Touisizoglou, both born in Alanya, Asia Minor and who came to Greece after the disaster of 1922. Gesthimani or Mina studied architecture at the Polytechnic School in Piraeus but her true love and vocation was raising her two children.

Her spirit, courage and faith was a driving force that helped her overcome a mountain of diversity and obstacles which life put in her way.

Gesthimani will be remembered and loved by her son Nektarios and his wife Marisa. She will also be remembered and loved by her son Leonidas, his wife Iryna and their two children Anastasia and Alexander. Her legacy of faith, devotion and love will live on in her children and grandchildren who will love, cherish and remember their yiayia forever. Memory Eternal.

She was predeceased by her son also called Leonidas who passed away in Athens prior to her immigrating to Canada. A special thanks to all family and friends who came to celebrate Mina's life from near and from far and were a source of support and help during this period.

The family would also like to thank: the staff of Bellwoods, who gave Mina the independence she cherished; the staff of Ward Funeral Home in Weston; and to St. Elias Cemetery. Last, but not least, thanks to the staff at St. George's Greek Orthodox Church on Bond St., Toronto and to the Rev. Fr. Triantafillos Porfiris for his stirring eulogy of our Mother.

We shall never forget it.

"But the souls of the righteous are in the hand of God, and no torment will ever touch them."
-
Wisdom of Solomon 3:1.

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