In memory of
George G Plumis
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In memory of
George G Plumis
George G Plumis Dear husband, father, brother, friend and "Papou," George G Plumis passed away at home on February 10, surrounded by his family. A larger-than-life presence with an even bigger heart, George graced his community with positivity, generosity and a lifetime of service: teacher for at-risk and special needs students at Seattle Public Schools; Parish Council President at St. Demetrios; founder, Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church; Sergeant, Army National Guard. He dedicated his summers to helping with the family business, Riverside Beverage, and to mentoring a generation of kids as longtime director at All Saints Camp and as a leader for Boy Scouts Troop 72. Born in Seattle July 7, 1938 to Theodora and George A. Plumis, George was a proud graduate of Seattle Prep and University of Puget Sound, where he was an All League football player. He is survived by wife Diana; sons Ted (Kim) and Greg (Bond); grandchildren Melia, Alexander, Marko; siblings Fran Barnecut, Alice Panagakis, Paul Plumis; and many beloved nieces, nephews and godchildren. May his memory be eternal-and may he be eternally "never better." Trisagion and memorial at Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church, Shoreline on February 14, 7 p.m. Funeral at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, Seattle on February 15, 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, George requested support for the Holy Apostles building fund or All Saints Camp.
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Seattle, WA 98112
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In memory of
George G Plumis
George G Plumis Dear husband, father, brother, friend and "Papou," George G Plumis passed away at home on February 10, surrounded by his family. A larger-than-life presence with an even bigger heart, George graced his community with positivity, generosity and a lifetime of service: teacher for at-risk and special needs students at Seattle Public Schools; Parish Council President at St. Demetrios; founder, Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church; Sergeant, Army National Guard. He dedicated his summers to helping with the family business, Riverside Beverage, and to mentoring a generation of kids as longtime director at All Saints Camp and as a leader for Boy Scouts Troop 72. Born in Seattle July 7, 1938 to Theodora and George A. Plumis, George was a proud graduate of Seattle Prep and University of Puget Sound, where he was an All League football player. He is survived by wife Diana; sons Ted (Kim) and Greg (Bond); grandchildren Melia, Alexander, Marko; siblings Fran Barnecut, Alice Panagakis, Paul Plumis; and many beloved nieces, nephews and godchildren. May his memory be eternal-and may he be eternally "never better." Trisagion and memorial at Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church, Shoreline on February 14, 7 p.m. Funeral at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, Seattle on February 15, 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, George requested support for the Holy Apostles building fund or All Saints Camp.
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2100 Boyer Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112
Past Services ╲╱
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