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Panayotis "Pano" Koumantaros

Panayotis "Pano" Koumantaros

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July 13, 2006
Dear Maria,
I was thinking of you and Pano today and decided to do a search on-line. I came across his obituary, I had no idea, and I am so sorry to hear of his passing. I'm not sure if you remember me, but you two hired me at Spectrum back in 2001, I think. It was my first "real" job out of college. I wasn't there long, but I have never forgotten either of you. Both of you were kind to me and I will never forget that. Pano was a stern business man with a heart of gold. He really cared about people. I also wanted to tell you that I am getting married in six weeks! I hope you are well. Take care.
June 06, 2006

So sorry to see the passing of your husband. It sounds like you met a wonderful person and your life together was a joy. God be with you and your children as you move on through life's path.
March 02, 2006
God rest Pano's extraordinary soul. Spectrum has managed our 401k plan (at AccessVia) for years. Pano and Spectrum have provided fabulous and professional services from day one. But the truly exceptional aspect of this relationship is that Pano helped us as though he were taking care of his own family. I have no question that truly caring perspective is what has made Spectrum such a success. We will miss Pano, but have confidence he inspired that belief in all of his co-workers. It is truly special in this day and age. It is his deep caring and gifts to so many others that ensures his memory will outlast us all.

Pano, thank you for your contributions to the lives and futures of all the families here at AccessVia. We are so grateful.

God Bless you Pano, your family and colleagues.
Our prayers are with you all.
February 20, 2006
Dear Mary,

I am so sorry to hear of Pano's passing. You are such wonderful people and miss chatting with you from time to time. I'll keep your family in my thoughts and prayers.
December 30, 2005
I just heard the news of Pano's passing. Had I heard earlier I would have attended the funeral. Pano was such a great person! I truly enjoyed going to your office and looked forward to working with and visiting with both of you.
My sincere condolances to you and your sons.
December 29, 2005
Pano was a good person. He never made me feel less than a person. His smile and charm will always be remembered. I am truly saddened to hear this and send my condolences to his family and co-workers. He will truly be missed.
December 28, 2005
Dear Mary, Petros, and Yannis,

I just heard of Pano's passing. A good and decent man, one who I admired and respected for thirty years. I will miss him.

My sincere condolences to you.


Tucson Arizona
December 28, 2005
Dear Mary, Yannis & Petros,
Seldom does one meet a true quality person in life. I feel so extremely lucky to have met Pano. Things were always easier and more comfortable with Pano's presence in the room. I will never forget my first Greek festival last year with my Mother and Wife sitting down with Pano at a table. A lady reached over and tapped my mother on the shoulder and asked why so many people keep coming up and hugging the gentleman we were sitting with. I turned around and told her the Gentleman's name was Pano and it was as if it was his own festival. I knew at this time we were sitting with a person who is larger than life. Having known Pano makes one strive to be a better person. I will never forget him and look forward to seeing that contagious laugh and beautiful smile on the other side. Thanks for sharing him with us. Love, Ron & Shantel Sloy
December 28, 2005
We at Seattle Tacoma Box Company want to express our sincere condolences to you and yours at this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
December 28, 2005
Mary and Sons,

Words can not express the void that so many will experience with the loss of Pano. He was a man of passion. A passion for his Church, you Mary his wife, his sons, his business and clients, the game of golf, his wine cellar, preparing beautiful dinner parties and Rotary.

I knew Pano best through Rotary. He has been a great inspiration and will be truly missed by the Tacoma Narrows Rotary.

My prayers are with all of you to gain strength and understanding from your loss.

I am glad to be able to say I knew Pano K.

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Pano at his 60th birthday party in Napa Valley with a 1985 Sassicaia

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