Georgia D Economou
February 21, 1930 – May 11, 2020
Georgia D Economou was born on February 21, 1930 and passed away on May 11, 2020 and is under the care of Joseph Gawler's Sons, LLC.
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Georgia D Economou
May 21, 2020
I was so happy that in December we went and saw Suzi at her house. We were there for a few days. She was so excited and said that meant so much to her that we flew over to see her. We reminisced and laughed about past times. She talked about her father calling her up when she was a little girl and wanting to know what she wanted from the grocery store for him to bring. She told him she wanted watermelon. They used to stay up late at night the two of them and talk over eating the watermelon. She said she enjoyed that so much with her dad.I cannot say how happy I was that I did get to see her before her passing. Suzi we love you very much. George & Aleksandra.
Maria Karis iwasyk
May 19, 2020
I have very treasured memories of Georgia (known to the Karis family as SUZY). She loved visiting with her parents in Missoula, MT. She would honor us with her Frankenstein imitation being raised from the dead. Laughter was prevalent with her quit wit and a twinkle in her eye when she knew we were about to laugh. We so enjoyed her detailed and descriptive stories. My most personal, favorite and precious memory ( private time with Suzy and MayKa, me)-As a tiny child she would assist me in holding a paper machete egg to my eye As I looked through the glass to see an Easter bunny in the grass, I was instructed to create a story of what the bunny was doing, thinking, what it might feel like to “be a bunny” etc. This was done daily for the duration of each Great Falls visit. Thea Amalia would never allow me to touch the egg unless “Suzy “ was with me. This was done up until 7 years ago and it always remained “our special, private time with SUZY and Mayka”. We took many trips together and never a dull moment. She had a very special way of bringing about creativity through her wonderful expressive conversations- most of which took place in Greek- yes, to the last time we spoke a couple of days before her passing. I adored SUZY, as did my siblings and parents. I asked her how she got the name SUZY. Thea Amalia told her when they brought her, as the new born infant, from the hospital and the Cladouhos cousins saw her for the first time announcing the baby’s name is Georgia, My mother, Agnes (Hopple) said “no, she doesn’t look like a Georgia and promptly baptized the little, joyful, bundle we all cherished throughout her life as - SUZY.
May she rest in and eternal memory. Αιώνια της η μνήμη.
SUZY - I can never thank you enough for your generosity, kindness, tender heart and joy we shared. I adore you and will forever love you. “Love it”. ❤️ Mayka
May 18, 2020
Georgia was like a big sister to me. When I was little she would paint my nails and give me a lipstick. We found each other again 20 years ago and would call each other and reminisce of the days and Greek people in Great Falls, Montana. Rest In Peace my friend I love you and will miss you. May your memory be eternal.
Don and Agnes Veroulis-Jiran