Christos Tsiodoulos was born in Demati Greece on October 3, 1956 to loving parents George (deceased) and Giannoula (Botsaris). He was the beloved brother of Eleni and Stefanos Tsiouris and treasured uncle of Maria Tsiouris.
Chris grew up in Philadelphia where his family made their home 1966. Chris, known as Chad to many, made friends easily cultivating deep friendships not only with the boys who came from Greece at the same time as he did but also with neighbors, coworkers, and the many doctors and nurses who became part of his daily life throughout his illness. Chris was a postal carrier by profession and a self-taught iconographer. He enjoyed painting icons for family and friends and leaves behind a collection of treasured pieces in many homes. Chris spent many weekends enjoying hunting and fishing with his brother-in-law Stefanos and their friends.
Chris passed away on April 7, 2021 after a long and difficult battle with cancer. Chris fought his illness with strength and determination never succumbing to the pain and distress of his illness. Chris is survived by his mother Giannoula (Botsaris), his sister Eleni (and Stefanos) Tsiouris his niece Maria Tsiouris, his cousins Kostas (and Miranda) Koulas, Gianna Koula, Lambrine and James Econome, Toula (and Athanasios) Bazoukas, Sophia (and Napoleon) Kostantinidis, Mary Lee Botsaris and many friends and relatives in the US and Greece
Family and friends are invited to view 10-11am Tuesday April 13, 2021 in St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 256 S. 8th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107. His funeral service will begin at 11. Interment in Fernwood Cemetery.
Masks must be worn and social distancing guidelines apply. Only 40 people may be in the Cathedral at any one time. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. This allows us to continue to provide safe funeral services in the Cathedral.
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St. George Cathedral
256 South 8th Street, Philadelphia PA 19107