OBITUARY

George William Coros

April 24, 1930May 2, 2021
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Coros, Mr. George William (retired Barrister & Solicitor), Passed away peacefully on Sunday May 2, 2021, at the age of 91. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy Langley (2016). Dear father of William Coros (Marlies) of Ennismore, John Coros (Jeannie) of Barrie and Ann Coros of Ottawa. Loving grandfather of Matthew, David, Jordan (Emilie), Tahlia (Jake), Alex, Noah and Alexandra. Great grandfather of Annie and Sophia. A private funeral service will be held in the chapel of the Comstock-Kaye Life Celebration Centre on Saturday, May 8 at 1pm. (Family and friends are invited to join by LiveStream, go to comstockkaye.com, scroll to Mr. Coros, scroll to services, join livestream). Interment Little Lake Cemetery. In memory of Mr. Coros, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.

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  • Private Funeral Service (Public - by LiveStream)

    Saturday, May 8, 2021

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Helen Pullman Coran

May 10, 2021

We wish to extend our deepest condolences to the family on the loss of your beloved George. A true gentleman, we held him in high regard.

Our families -- the Pullmans and the Coros -- were lifelong friends and fellow Doliana patriotes, along with Mr. Douros, the Yianilos, the Mousmoulis & Pappas families. George's dad -- Bill Coros -- was my brother Peter's Nouno. As a teen, my brother Peter & Nick Yianilos traveled from the Tonawandas & visited their Nouno & spent time at the lake during the summers. Our Moms also visited Bill & Sophia many times thru the years with Helen & Dick Parish.

May your cherished memories of your Dad sustain you in the coming days, and eternal be his memory .. +++
Fondly,
Peter L. Pullman
Helen Pullman Coran,
Tonawanda, NY USA

Justice Timothy and Linda Whetung

May 8, 2021

Dear Family -

We were so sorry to hear of George’s passing. He was known by the Peterbrough Bar to be a true gentleman. We never worried about a file when George was on the other side - he always practiced with integrity, honesty and a well developed sense of humour.

We are so happy he had a long life and great retirement. What more could anyone ask for?

We are thinking of you all today as you grieve for Dad. Although he had a long, full life and he had your mom until a few years ago - it is still sad losing your Dad and surviving parent.

Our most sincere condolences,

Tim and Linda

Patricia Sinka

May 7, 2021

As we go through our lives, people drift in and out and every so often, we fondly think of those special ones we’ve met along the way. Once in a while you meet someone who wriggles into a little spot in your heart. You’re drawn in. You’re not sure why. You think about them from time to time and wonder how they are. George was one of those people in my life who touched me. I really can’t say why. Maybe we were just kindred spirits; maybe there was some sort of unspoken connection. I don’t really know. George will always hold that special spot in my heart. Heaven gained an angel on May 2nd, 2021. I will miss you George.

Judy Carleton

May 5, 2021

He was one of the "best men" I ever knew .First he hired my late husband to work for him when he very .much wanted to relocate to his hometown of Peterborough.
Of course his wife Dottie was my best friend right from the first day we arrived in Peterborough-where I felt Harry knew everyone and I knew no-one .
With a houseful of young children -well 3 -but - it was a small house ! We had no cable TV - so - every Wednesday Harry would join George on Stewart St. to watch the Leaf game .
We occasionally played bridge on the weekends -
Of course -you all know about the time I looked after a very young John -so- Dot and George could go skiing -Harry liked to hold a baby - so - while I was cooking supper I would have Harry hold him - he said "Every time I look down I feel like I have George in my arms"
Your parents were most important people in our lives - they are my son Jim's godparents .
When my husband Harry died suddenly -I remember George was the only man to give me a hug with tears in his eyes .
You people know that I shall treasure the memory of the friendship of both your parents -for ever -Sincerely - Judy Carleton

Kathryn Langley

May 4, 2021

Fondly remembering so many shared times over the decades - intergenerational - celebrating weddings, birthdays, holidays, special occasions...sailing, playing games, remembering the hot wheels, the barbecuing, and many enjoyable times with families being families!

Viola Poletes-Montgomery

May 4, 2021

Thinking of all of you with love.

Viola, Daphne and Jemma

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