Nicole Catherine Berros

November 24, 1971September 18, 2022
Obituary of Nicole Catherine Berros
With heavy hearts, the family regrets to announce the passing of our beloved Nicole Catherine Berros. She was a member of Holy Cross Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Huntsville, Alabama. She is survived by her parents James A. and Susan Berros; Athena and Michael Blanchard with Nathan and Michaelah; Philana and Francisco Diaz with Isabella, Francisco and Anna; and James Z. and Rachel Berros with Ezra, Riah and Cole, all whom she loved much and was very close to. Along with a very special Aunt Catherine; Aunt Ginny and Uncle Jack; Uncle Joe and Aunt Linda and Aunt Crissy as well as her many cousins and close friends. Nicole was born in Danville, PA on November 24, 1971 and traveled the US with her family. After graduating from Bishop Kenny High School in 1990 she received a Culinary Degree from Indiana University of PA and worked as a chef at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel of Amelia Island, Florida; received a bachelor’s degree in Hotel/Restaurant Institute Management at Pennsylvania State University, University Park and worked for the Department of Defense in The Morale Welfare Recreation supporting the sailors and soldiers in the Middle East, Asia and on both coasts of the US. While in the US she received her Graphic Arts Degree. Nicole’s favorite things were her family, close friends, cooking/baking and her art. She made custom cakes for her friends and family. She collected copper cookie cutters as well as being an avid travel enthusiast. She traveled on several continents and has been in many countries collecting passport stamps for all of them, making artwork for them as well. She took up painting, photography, pointillism, watercolor, alcohol ink, pastel and many other mediums. Nicole is a very kind, confident and positive individual that started fighting stage 4 metastatic colon cancer in December 2019 and continued bravely and positively fighting with chemo for almost 2 years. Although she is not physically with us, her positive energy will always be in the form of fun memories. The family will receive friends from 10 – 11 AM Friday, September 23, 2022 at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church followed by a funeral service at 11 AM with Father Stavros Ballas and Father Timothy Creemens officiating. Burial will be in Chattanooga Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Chattanooga, Holy Cross Sts. Constantine and Helen in Huntsville, Alabama or to Amedisys Hospice. Please share your thoughts and memories at

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Friday, September 23, 2022


Friday, September 23, 2022

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