Theodore Constantine

July 21, 1919April 7, 2011

Theodore "Ted" Constantine, age 91, entered into rest peacefully April 7, 2011. Beloved husband of Parthena "Pat" (nee Zemanides); loving father of Dean T. (Kathleen E.) and Madeleine Cingel (Stephen Sr.); dearest "Papou" of Simone, Stephen Jr., and Demitra. Preceded in death by many brothers and sisters. Dear uncle, great-uncle and Nono of many. All Funeral Services will be held Monday, April 11, 2011, 11 a.m. at the Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 3352 Mayfield Rd., Rev. Father Stephen Callos, officiating. The family will receive friends at the DiCICCO AND SONS FUNERAL HOME, 5975 Mayfield Rd. Mayfield Hts. (at Lander Rd.) Sunday 4-8 P.M. Trisagion Service 7 P.M. Interment at Knollwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers family requests memorial contributions may be made to St. Constantine & Helen Church or Honor Flight Inc., 300 E. Auburn Ave., Springfield, OH 45505.


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Harvey & Suzie Lewis

April 20, 2011

Dear Constantine Family,

My Dad and I were deeply saddened upon hearing that Ted passed away. Ted was always a delight to have in the office. I remember when I worked there I always looked forward to his jokes and funny stories. May your wonderful memories console you at this time.

Ted Dellas

April 12, 2011

Dee and I were saddened when we recently heard that Ted had passed away.

Ted was a wonderful man and a dear friend of my parents. He always greeted our entire family with affection and an interest of what was going on that made him a "part of our family".

He will be missed and we wish him a safe journey.

Ted and Dee Dellas

Nick Tsengas

April 11, 2011

Dear Constantine family,

Ted was always such fun loving person and we will miss him dearly. He was always good with the jokes and making people around him happy! There's no doubt that your hearts are filled with many wonderful memories of him.

May his memory be eternal.

With our love and condolences,
Nick and Effie Tsengas

Christina Catavolos

April 11, 2011

Dearest Nona, Madeline, Dean and Family,

There are no words to express the sadness of the passing on of Nono, and there are no words to express the immense love and gratitude I have and will always have for my Nono- Godfather Ted.
Nona , you truly met your soulmate, and seing you both together made me realize The Beauty of Love -True Love xoxo
Please always remember how blessed you both were for the gift God gave you in Nono and the gift God gave Nono in you xoxxxo That lives on .. eternally bonded .

Nono truly had the best sense of humor ever!
I've always joked with him that I think he must have dunked me a bit too long when he was baptizing me because I cant swim!! :)He got a kick out of that ! He had an Essence where you could see he lived for God and for his beautiful wife Nona, his loving children and grandchildren ..
My father told me so many beautiful stories of their friendship which made me love him even more. He had such a kind shining heart and smile and shined it on everyone and made everyone laugh ... There was only one Nono~~ That Essence can't be matched again, and he left such a beautiful legacy a beautiful loving family .

One of the greatest gifts of my life has been my Nono and I always told him that I was so grateful he denounced Satan for me and was such a loving and kind soul .. a real Kirios! ... recently I saw him and we sang all his favorite songs.. truly a moment I will never forget -the Joy on that day it was a state of perfection . xo I pray Nona , Madeline Dean and Family, that you will find comfort in knowing how many lives he touched with his love love love and humor and gentle heart, and know that his walk in life and his strong faith has led him to the next Realm with Almighty God and He is now your Angel eternally bonded and May your memories of Love and the beautiful flowers he has planted in your inner island shine shine shine xo
With the Love of God,
Christina Catavolos

Barb Kingsbury

April 9, 2011

Aunt Pat, Madeline, Dean & Families,
My heart goes out to all of you. Uncle Teddy was one of a kind and always made us laugh! He was so good to my mom and she always had a special place in her heart for her "older brother." They used to always joke around who was older . . . we will miss him dearly. He was the patriarch of the Constantine family - he had a big heart to match his big smile. May his memories embrace and sustain all of you during this difficult time and know that we are all here to support you in any way we can. I just know he is in heaven now with his brothers and sisters laughing and joking. And I know that he will miss his family dearly - especially you Aunt Pat because you were the center and love of his life. You shared an endearing love for so many years . . . he is resting in peace now - no more pain. He had a wonderful life thanks to you and his family!

Donna Zapis

April 9, 2011

Dear Constantine Family,

My deepest sympathy for your loss. Mr. Constantine was a sweetheart. I will remember him always wearing a smile and sharing a joke. A true gentle man. It has been an honor to know him. May his memory be eternal.

Anita Lucarelli

April 9, 2011

Dear Madeleine and Family,
I remember your dad when we all lived on Stanwell - those were the days. May he rest peacefully in Heaven. Peace to you and your family.

April 8, 2011

Ted, I will miss you friend. A memory I will always remember is you practicing your golf shots in the school yard behind my house and the conversations we had on how to improve your swing.

Love, George Fikaris

John and Mary Manos

April 8, 2011

Dear Aunt Pat, Madeleine, Dean and families,

We are sending our condolences and wish we could be there to help share in the loss of Uncle Teddy, as our hearts ache alongside yours. Our memories of him are treasures we will carry with us forever. The last of the Constantine siblings, it gives us comfort to think they are all together telling jokes and laughing.

May his memory be eternal.

With much love,
John and Mary

Denise Gialamas

April 8, 2011