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My MIL passed away

We were informed a few hours ago that my mother-in-law Antonia Liacopoulou, passed away peacefully today 28th January 2012.  She was born on 8th October 1913 and gave birth to four daughters and he youngest child was my husband,  She had 10 grand children and seven great grand children.

Although over ninety eight years old, until recently she had a sharp mind and until the day she died she knew who we were and she could walk with the help of her walking support device to the bathroom or come down three steps from her bedroom to the living room.   The last time we visited her early in January, although she did not get out of bed she still recognized us.  We were recently informed that she had breathing problems and the oxygen in her blood was very low.  The doctor diagnozed that it was the last stage and we were expecting it.

She was a wonderful and kind person and was like a mother to me.  She took care of me during my pregancies when the doctor ordered that I had to come to Athens and stay in bed until I gave birth, after two miscarriages.

May God rest her soul.  We will miss her a lot.  She will now be reunited with her beloved husband who passed away thirty years ago.

 

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  1. I am ever so sorry to hear that. All my condolences to you and your family.

    She looked like a very kind person.

    Hugs,

    Rosa

  2. O Theos na anapavsi tin pixi Tis.
    So sorry for your loss Ivy mou. Sillipitiria.
    Xxx

  3. Hi Ivy, I’m so sorry, may God rest her soul.

  4. Ann

    So sorry for your loss of a sweet and caring woman. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  5. Am so sorry to hear this Ivy, May her soul rest in peace..

  6. Ivy

    Thank you very much for your sympathy and kind comments. We will be leaving first thing in the morning for Sparta, where the funeral will take place. We shall be staying there for a few days.

  7. Sorry for the news. May her soul rest in Peace.

  8. Silipitiria Ivy…so sorry to hear this news.

  9. I am very sorry for your loss,Ivy!!!

  10. I am so sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace.

  11. I’m sorry for your family’s loss.

  12. Sorry to hear this Ivy. My deepest sympathy.

  13. I’m very sorry for you and your family’s loss Ivy. Sending my hugs and prayers. xoxo

  14. Dear Ivy, I am very sorry to hear this news, but I think in a time like this everyone needs to remember our time in this Earth is very short. Thank God she did live a long life, had children and grandchildren who were with her all her life even in the end. And now pray for her. I pray her grave is illuminated, her good deeds multipled and all her bad deeds deleted. And that she finds peace in her death, going back to God and her beloved husband. I pray also you and your family find the peace to cope with this great loss Ivy. As always your friend in love and prayer, Héni <3

  15. A big hug to you and your family.

  16. What a wonderful long life she had. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  17. Oh, Ivy, I am so sorry for your and your husband’s loss. It is never easy. Happily she lived a long and seemingly happy life and lived long enough to enjoy her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren which is an amazing gift. May she rest in peace and sending you a hug. xo

  18. Ivy, I am sorry for your loss…beautiful post dedicated to such a nice lady.

  19. I am very sorry for your loss, Ivy. She must have been a true light in your family’s life.

  20. Anna

    I am so sorry to hear this, Ivy! Please accept my sincere condolences!

  21. John

    I am sorry to hear that. So sad to hear this news. May her soul rest in peace.

  22. Nicolas Cailot

    I regret her loss from your life. However, I will pray that her soul rests in peace and may she unite happily with her husband. Where was she living at the time of her death?

  23. So sorry to hear about your mother-in-law, Ivy. It sounds like she lived a long, happy life and was surrounded by many who loved her.

  24. My deepest sympathies to you and your family Ivy. It sounds like you MIL had an interesting and full life.

  25. Jean

    Wow, very sorry to hear of your loss. Atleast thankfully she had such a long life and got to witness the growth and continuation of her family with you and your children. Sounds like she was a very caring person.

    -Jean

  26. maria yorgakopoulou

    Ivy, aionia tis i mneme. Both my parentss siblings were born 194, so I share your loss, while rejoicing at their longevity and their contributions to us, the children, as I sense what your pethera meant to you. Zoi o Logos sas kai ston antra sou kai kouniadia- Maria – Amherst vamvakou

  27. nani

    dear ivy, i am very sorry to hear about your loss. When Jesus coming for the second time, we will meet each other. her eyes describe that she is a very kind mother. God Bless You and family

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