Kyriakos George Mamoudis, 85, passed away peacefully at home on November 21st, 2011. A native of Hydra, Greece, he immigrated to this country in 1951 to live the “American Dream.” He retired from the Ford Motor Co. Norfolk Assembly Plant after 30 years. He was preceded in death by his wife Helen and his oldest son Chuck.
He is survived by his son, John and wife, Lynne; granddaughters, Meredithe Grace and Alexis Mamoudis; four great-grandchildren, Mac, Finn, Margot Grace, and Madelynne Mamoudis; and his special devoted sweetie, Frances Kane.
Our special thanks and appreciation to the caregivers from Sentara Hospice.
Services and internment will be private. Expressions of sympathy would be appreciated to the Virginia Beach Rescue Squad.
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?My deepest sympathy goes out to you,John, your family, friends, colleagues and neighbors on the passing of your beloved father.”
your friend to keep,
I am so sorry for your loss and will keep you and your family in our prayers. I know how it feels to lose so many loved ones, but be comforted in knowing you will see them again one day in heaven. My family and I enjoyed every moment we were lucky enough to spend with you and your family. Each of you hold a special place in our hearts. Love, Cindy & Bonnie Raye
Dear Lynn and John,
May the fondest memories of your Father lift your heavy hearts and bring a special smile to you. Thinking of you and sending my love and prayers to you and yours. Always, Sue Haycox
Skip worked with George for many years at the Ford plant. George thought so much of his family and was a very good man. We know you all will really miss him.