Tom Koufaliotis Death, Obituary – For You are the Resurrection, the Life, and the Repose of our departed brother, Taxiarhis, O Christ our God, and to You we send up the Glory as to Your Father Who is from Everlasting, and Your All-Holy, Good, and Life-Giving Spirit, now and forever, and unto the ages of ages.
“For You are the Resurrection, the Life, and the Repose of our departed brother, Taxiarhis.” “For You are the Resurrection, the Life, and the Repose of our departed brother, Taxiarhis,” the apostle Paul said. The apostle Paul is quoted as saying, “For You are the Resurrection, the Life, and the Repose of our departed brother Taxiarhis.” Amen.
Dedicated and Cherished in Christ, I hope you are well today.
Tom Koufaliotis, our greatly loved brother in Christ, who had 84 years of life, departed this world on Monday, February 13, 2023, to be with the Lord. He had had a long and fruitful life. We would like for you to be aware that he has gone on to be with the Lord. We take comfort in the knowledge that we will see him again after he has been raised from the dead, despite the fact that the news has hit us like a ton of bricks in the chest.
The funeral services are scheduled to begin at eleven in the morning on the Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Charlotte, North Carolina. The date and time of the funeral are not yet known. In the hour preceding up to the beginning of the wedding, the family will have a reception at the church for their friends and acquaintances who are attending the ceremony.
Tom is survived by his devoted wife of sixty years, Anna; his children, Spero Koufaliotis and his wife Rodanthe, Kiki Koufaliotis, and George Koufaliotis and his wife Rena; his five devoted grandchildren, Thomas, Steven, Harry, Tommy, and Maria; his brother George Koufaliotis and his wife Anna of Greece; his sisters Melpo Kalevas and her husband Spero, and Elen Koufali In addition.
He leaves behind a sizeable number of nieces and nephews, all of whom occupied a very special place in his heart. He will be much missed by all of them. Because they all moved away before Tom Koufaliotis was born, he was never able to meet his parents, Spero and Vasiliki Koufaliotis, or his brother, Athanasios Koufaliotis. Tom Koufaliotis was never able to meet his parents, Spero and Vasiliki Koufaliotis.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Tom’s memory to the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Foundation or the Panagia Prousiotissa Chapel at Elatos Park, both of which are located at 600 East Blvd., Charlotte, North Carolina 28203. These addresses can be found on the bottom of this page. Both of these locations can be found within the city of Charlotte.