We will have very fond memories of Chris, who was always such an energetic and lively person, with wonderful stories for us from the "good old days". He will be missed. May his memory be eternal!
My condolences to your entire family. I did not know Mr. Zazas, but in reading of his life, I am moved to write this. He was a true American hero. I will remember him and his comrades at Normandy on June 6th. I am continuing my father's tradition of traveling to honor the men who were lost when the USS Meredith struck a mine on D+2, and all the other fighting men of WWII.
D. Ramage Porter
My hearfelt condolences to the Zazas family on Chris' passing. It was an honor for me to meet him and be part of his French Legion of Honor presentation ceremony last Feb
Bob Johnson, Lt Col, USAF (Ret)
Chris was one of our Honorable POW's in San Diego. We will definitely miss his presence at our weekly meetings. My thoughts and prayers are with his wife Mary, their children and families. God's Blessings, Pat Roth
Dear Mary, Angie, Jim, and families. All the years living as neighbors on Lance St, and being fellow members at our beloved St Spyridon.Chris stood as agreat supporter of Orthodoxy and Hellenism. Christos Anesti and may Chris live in the light of the ressurection. Eternal Be His Memory. Fr John Pilafas, Waukegan IL, George and Iris Pilafas family, Atlanta GA
Mary and family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Chris's spirit, humor, and stories will be with me always. Love, Nicole Boehm
May his Memory Be Eternal. Our deepest condolences from the Angeles Family.
MARY ZAZAS and family; We would like to extend our deepest condolences. John and Rosemarie Demos
Sorry for your loss! I remember when your mom and dad won the La Mesa Beautiful award for their garden, your dad was so proud!
Larry and Dana Sanchez
Chris was an outstanding person along with his wonderful wife Mary.
May his Memory Be Eternal.
Vernon and Kathern Rogers
Our deepest condolences from the Trantalis Family.
I worked with Chris for a short period about 30 years ago, but he touched my life in a very profound way. The lessons he taught me have remained among the most important lessons I have ever learned. His legacy of helping others will continue. My thoughts and prayers are with you.