Constantine-Tempelis-Obituary

Constantine Tempelis

Berkeley, California

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Uncle Connie was an excellent man and raised a wonderful family. He lived the true Ameican story. Best of all he lived a rich and impactful life.

He will be missed, but must be happy to join his wife once again. My prayers are with him, Nancy, and his family.

MY FRIEND,KAREN GRANT AND I ENJOYED MANY TRIPS TO YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK WITH NANCY AND CONNIE. HE WOULD HIKE(WALK) WITH US AND BRAG ABOUT HIS GRANDSON'S ABILITY TO REMEMBER BASEBALL STATS. THEY ALWAYS ENJOYED GOING TO SEE THEIR GRANDDAUGHTERS BALLET RECITALS. WHILE WE WERE HIKING, NANCY WOULD BE DOING ONE OF HER LOVELY WATERCOLORS. THEY WERE SUCH A SWEET AND LOVING COUPLE. I WISH I COULD HEAR HIM SING ONE MORE LITTLE SONG.
FONDLY, DOMINGA SIGLER

He was a good friend and colleague at the School of Public Health. Praises for his dedication and scholarship!

He was a great friend and colleague at the School of Public Health. Praises for his dedication and scholarship! R.W.Emmons, M.D.

Nancy and Connie raised two wonderful boys! My deepest sympathy to the family.

Obituaries

Constantine's Obituaries

Professor Constantine "Connie" Tempelis Age 85, of Berkeley, Calif. passed away on November 8, 2012. He is survived by sons Bill and Dan, Daughters-in-Law Corinna and Lizabeth and grandchildren Colin, Andie and Erinn as well as sister Eleanor Austreng and brother James.Son of a Greek...

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