TSVETNOVA firstname.lastname@example.org_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-03-13 published
Passed away, on Saturday afternoon, March 11, 2006, at Saint Michael's Hospital, Toronto, after a lengthy illness. Born June 20, 1929, in Agios Pantaleimonon, Greece, Hrisoula was predeceased by her devoted husband, Evangelos FOTIADIS. She will be greatly missed her 5 loving daughters, Anastasia ROMANO, Aristea BOLLARD, Despina BURSEY, Thomai JENSEN, and Viva TSVETNOVA, who nursed her lovingly until the end. Hrisoula also sadly leaves her 5 grandchildren, whom she was extremely proud of, Lorna JENSEN, Mario ROMANO, Kelly BOLLARD, Timothy BOLLARD, and Tara BURSEY. Hrisoula was a ceaseless fighter and survivor, having been abducted at the age of 18 by the Partisan Rebel Army in the 1948 Greek Civil War. She was a machine gunner, sharp-shooter, operated rocket launched grenades, was a mobile cave hospital nurse, and military code cryptographer. Despite her training, Hrisoula was pleased to say that she never killed or harmed anyone. Hrisoula and her family immigrated to Canada in 1967 to escape the Greek military dictatorship, and settled in Toronto's Greektown since 1971 as a respected member of the community and proud homemaker. Services will be held Wednesday, March 15th at 11 a.m. at St. Cyril and Methody Macedonian Orthodox Cathedral, 238 Sackville Street, Toronto, 416-368-2828, followed by interment at Westminster Mausoleum, 5830 Bathurst Street, 416-665-2015. Donations can be made in Hrisoula's name at the Palliative Care Unit of Saint Michael's Hospital, 416-864-5454, in gratitude for their outstanding care.
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