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At Saint Nectarios Church, Father Christodoulos and Father Stephen warmly embrace all their congregation guiding each member through every joy and sorrow life brings, touching and shaping the lives of many.  For this reason, some families choose to set up pages in memory of their loved ones, requesting donations. These acts of giving are a testament to the enduring spirit of compassion, faith, and unity that has touched the lives of all who have been part of the church's family. In this act of giving, memories are cherished, and the legacy of kindness continues to flourish, echoing the timeless teachings of Saint Nectarios and the boundless love that connects us all.

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Androulla Christoforou
from Yerani, Cyprus
born: 6 July, 1940

With heavy hearts and deep sympathy, we announce the passing of cherished mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Androulla, who left us on Monday, June 3, 2024, at the age of 83.

 

Androulla is survived by her three children, Chris, Maria, and Koulla; her sons-in-law George and Zacharias; six grandchildren, Andreas, Chris, Phoebe, Martha, Demitris, and Christina; her great-grandson Alex; as well as numerous beloved relatives and friends.

 

The funeral will be held on Monday, June 24, 2024, at 11am at The Greek Orthodox Church of St Nectarios, followed by the burial at 1pm at Morden Cemetery. The wake will be held afterwards at Martin Way Methodist Church,Buckleigh Avenue, SW20 9JZ.

 

Floral tributes can be sent to John Knox Funeral Directors by 4pm, 21 June, 2024, or donations can be made to St Nectarios Church, which has been a pillar of support for our family and the community. 

Please click here for a full tribute to Androulla.

If you would like to donate in memory of Androulla please click here.

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