OBITUARY

Gregory Nicholas Asikis

February 17, 1942March 7, 2019

Gregory Nick Asikis died Thursday March 7th, 2019 at Harris Hospital of Fort Worth, Texas. He was born Feb. 17th, 1942 in Fort Worth, Texas. Greg was a graduate of Arlington Heights High School. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He served as a policeman of the Fort Worth Police Department. Gregory was the Chief of Blue Mound Police Department. He moved to the U.S. Treasury where he retired from the Security Department. He was an avid bowler and he was at the bowling alley almost every day where he developed many friends. Greg is survived by his brother Michael Smith his wife Ginger and numerous nieces and nephews.

Prayer Service will be held Sunday March 10th, 2019 6:30 pm at Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church 2020 NW 21st street Fort Worth, TX 6164. Funeral Services will be held Monday March 11th, 2019 at 11:00 am. at St. Demetrious Greek Orthodox Church.

Services

  • Rosary Service Sunday, March 10, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, March 11, 2019
REMEMBERING

Gregory Nicholas Asikis

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John Lunt

March 19, 2019

Mike, Ginger and family,

So sorry to hear about the passing of Greg. Our thoughts go out to you over this loss.

God bless!!

John & Cecilia Lunt

Mona Mahanay

March 11, 2019

Dearest Mike Smith, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers. RIP Greg.

Eric Schultz

March 11, 2019

I only knew Greg for the past few years but there wasn’t a cooler more joyful guy I ever knew. His smile and infectious laugh will be missed!

Camille Boone

March 10, 2019

I married Greg twice and he was a good husband ! I wish I would have been a better wife. God has a good Angle I have no dote he that Greg is with our Father God !!!


Sue Nelson

March 9, 2019

Greg will be missed not only by all the bowling friends he made over the years, but also by those of us who just enjoyed being with him, and sharing a good laugh.

Paula High-Young

March 9, 2019

I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to get to know you, my great-Uncle Greg, at least a little, in the last 15 or so years. I treasured your trips to Albuquerque. I treasured our phone calls & email communications. I wish we could have spent more time together. I hope you are at peace now. I’ll miss knowing you’re in my world.
I so much wish I could make it to the services. I’m getting over bronchitis and can’t put the trip together quick enough.
I’ll be there in spirit.
My thoughts, prayers, and Love go out to Uncle Mike & Aunt Ginger, and all of the family, during this time of loss.
Hugs to all.
Love-n-Light,
~Paula

Patricia Smith Wood

March 9, 2019

I was such fun for me as a kid to have two uncles younger than me--one by two years, the other by three. We played together and grew up together until I was eleven. I miss getting to know you better, Greg, when we were grown. I treasure the times we did spend together on some of your trips to Albuquerque. I will miss knowing you were still in my world. Blessings and peace for your soul. Say "Hi" to my mom and dad, and to Poppy and Art! My thoughts and prayers are with Mike, Ginger, and the rest of the family. Love you. Pat

Cecelia Gilbreath

March 9, 2019

I will sorely miss you and wish in our later years we had more time together. The times you spent with Mother and Dad and would bring some Greek dish were such happy times. Our togetherness was the Paris Coffee Shop which kept us all connected in one way or another. May you rest in peace and may God comfort Mike and his family and all your many friends of a life too soon taken away from us.
Cecelia Gilbreath

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY