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Panayotis "Pano" Koumantaros Obituary
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August 29, 2016

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December 24, 2005
Mary,
My sincere sympathies to you & your family. Pano administered pension benefits for our office staff for well over 24 years. I had the pleasure of working with Pano for 23 of those years. He was the life of the party at our annual corporate meetings. If it weren't for his sense of humor, those meetings would have been awfully dull. He always talked lovingly of you & his sons. You are all in my thoughts. I will miss Pano dearly.
Judy Winters(Bookkeeper @ David P. Mathews' Office)
December 24, 2005
December 24, 2005
Mary, Petros and Yannis, Judy and I want to express our deepest sympathies to you. Pano was truly a great man and we feel honored to have been able to count him as our friend.
December 24, 2005
Dear Yannis and Petros,
I message you on Christmas Eve, a time we usually consider a happy one. Well, it wasn't necessarily so then, and it isn't now. And yet happiness is extracted from sorrow then as it is now. Our Savior was born into rejection and poverty. His birth meant the death of many Bethlehem babies. Yet from this sorrow came our salvation. So with your father, so full of life and generosity. In our sorrow at his passing, we must remember precisely that: that he has passed over to a better life, to union with the Triune God. I will offer up my Christmas Eve Mass this afternoon for your dear father, and for you, two wonderful young men, who linger warm in my memory.
Yours in Christ,
Br. Paul, S.J.
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