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Obituaries

CAROL POULOS

August 30, 2022

It is with great sadness that we learned of the untimely passing of Carol Poulos (August 20, 1943 – August 21, 2022), the beloved sister of Paulette and Peter.

Carol was a loving, kind, generous and devoted Christian who loved the Church and her family.

Throughout her lifetime, Carol worked tirelessly for the Church offering her services as a teacher and later superintendent of the Three Hierarchs Sunday School. As an active member of Philoptochos, she worked side by side with her mother for the Luncheons and various other Church events.

Even after she moved to Raleigh, North Carolina, where she was active in the Holy Trinity Church, Carol never forgot her home parish and followed the annual tradition of her beloved mother by providing cases of grapes on the Feast Day of The Transfiguration.

During her final years, Carol was a resident of St. Michael’s Home in Yonkers, New York, which she considered to be a “home away from home”.  Carol enjoyed the Greek Orthodox environment and often would be found in the Chapel lighting candles for others.

Carol will be greatly missed by all who were privileged to know and love her. May her memory be eternal!

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