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Panos “Peter” Georgiou

Panos “Peter” Georgiou, long-time resident of St. Petersburg, entered quietly into eternal rest on April 28th, 2020.  He was just 46 years old.  He passed away in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.  Peter was always a vibrant and energetic young man who will be missed.  May his memory be Eternal.

He was predeceased by his father, Athanasios Georgiou.  Peter leaves behind his beloved mother Maria Dariotis, brother Bill A. Georgiou (Rebecca), and sister Ioanna Kalatzis  all of St. Petersburg, FL.

Viewing & Visitation on Thursday May 7th will take place at Veterans Funeral Care (830 N. Belcher Rd) in Clearwater from 6:00pm – 7:30pm including traditional Orthodox Trisagion Service taking place at 6:30 pm.

On Friday May 8th a church funeral ceremony will be private, being held at St. Stefanos Greek Orthodox Church (3600 76th St. N.) in St. Petersburg at 11:30am  officiated by Father John Stefero and Father Andrew Pavlakos.   Peter will be laid to rest at Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Clearwater  at  1:00pm.  All who knew him and loved him are invited to attend.

We ask that everyone be mindful of current social distancing guidelines and attendees are encouraged to wear masks and/or any other protective measures they’re comfortable with.

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  • Jim & Karen Earle says:

    There are those who tell us that time will heal the pain and hurt you are now feeling. Having traveled this road in our own family I can tell you they are wrong. Your mind will come to accept what has occurred but the pain and hurt in your heart I fear will never go away. When you hit your knees in prayer thank the Good. Lord for having loaned you your mother’s son and your brother. We have and will remember your family and our very close friends in our prayers that the grace of the Almighty bless you with some degree of comfort.

  • Kaylia Arora says:

    I was very young when I met panos, he lived in my basement, me and my sisters would call him uncle because we were so close. For me he was more of a father. He cooked for us and took us places. He taught us some Greek, I will never forget him fly high Panos ❤️

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