KARALIS NIKOLAOS (NICK)
Passed away peacefully in his home on Wednesday, 17 June 2020, aged 91.
Loved husband of Afroditi. Loving father of George (dec), Eva and Gina. Father-in-law to Larry and much loved Papou to Stefani, Alexia and Tess.
An honourable, proud and hard-working gentleman who loved his family more than anything else.
No day will be the same; no family gatherings will be the same; but the stories will remain.
We will miss you everyday and love you forever. Until we all meet again... Rest in Peace.
May your memory be eternal.
Your Loving Family
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So sad to read that Nik had passed away recently. A real gentleman. Our deepest sympathy to you Afi and family.
Lynn and Lawrence Ward.
In loving memory of my brother/brother-in-law Nick. Our families have shared so many happy times together over the last 56 years. You and Afroditi were present at our wedding and have always been part of our lives. We will all miss your beautiful smile and lovely company. May God rest your soul. Deepest sympathy to Afroditi, Eva, Gina, Larry, Stefani, Alexia and Tess.
Kosta and Angeliki Karalis.
Sincere sympathy to Afroditi, Eva, Gina, Larry, Stefani, Alexia and Tess on the loss of a wonderful man, Nick.
Anastasia, Alex, Robert, Dominique and Gianni.
Theo Niko, we have many happy and fun memories of you. We will miss you very much. Eternal be your memory. Deepest sympathy to Thea Afroditi, Eva, Gina, Larry, Stefani, Alexia and Tess.
Con, Gina, Marie, Will, Alexander, Stefanie and Michael.
"For the Lord Himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first"
(1 Thessalonians 4:16)
Dear Uncle Nick. You now embark on your journey home where you will be reunited again with your parents, brothers and sisters who have gone before you. You will be truly missed by all but as our Christian Orthodox Faith teaches us you have not died but instead fallen asleep and the tomb has now become the gateway to everlasting life. I will always remember you attending my first Hierarchical Divine Liturgy at Sts Constantine and Helene Church on the 26th of January this year in which you received the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist from my hands. I will never forget the last time in which we were together, 10 days prior to your departure from this world, in which you received my blessing by embracing my right hand. I pray that our Lord Jesus Christ, Who is the source of life, grants you eternal rest and places you in Paradise amongst all the righteous where there is no longer pain, sorrow or suffering but everlasting life. Forever in our hearts and prayers, until we meet again.
My deepest condolences to Aunty Afroditi, Eva, Gina, Larry, Stefani, Alexia and Tess.
Bishop Elpidios of Kyaneon.
KARALIS NIKOLAOS Our heartfelt sympathy and love to Afroditi and family. We will miss a much loved brother and father figure to Anastasios, brother-in-law to Irene and respected and loved Uncle by all our family. His youthful face and memories will never be forgotten.
KARALIS NIKOLAOS To our Beautiful Thio Niko
We will miss you very much but our memories of you and your laugh will be forever in our hearts.
Rest in Peace Georgia Jayson Alyssa and Olivia Norvall
Deepest sympathy to Affi, Eva and families on the sad loss of Nick.
A kind and wonderful man.
Will miss our morning tea at Christmas.
Fred, Ann, Roland and all staff at MCG.