February 4, 1965 – July 2, 2019
Georgia Conilio, 54, of Eustis, Florida passed away on July 2, 2019. She was born in Montreal, Canada to Nicholas and Chrisoula Konstantellos on February 4, 1965.
Georgia grew up in New York City and went on to earn her degree from St. Johns College. In the early 90’s she moved to Central Florida and began her 20 year career with Colonial High School where she taught Social Studies, Economics and Political Science. She especially enjoyed her AP classes. Georgia had a passion for teaching and invested ample time continuing her education to better serve her students throughout her career.
In her time away from school Georgia loved to spend time at home cooking, traveling or on beach vacations with her husband, Philip. They were blessed with 19 years of companionship, love and memories that will be forever cherished. She was also a devoted member of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church.
Georgia is preceded in death by her mother, Chrisoula.
Left to cherish her memory is her husband, Philip; father, Nicholas; sister, Kathy Ioanidis (George); beloved nieces, Christina, Jenny and Melanie- who she loved like daughters, as well as numerous extended family members, friends and special feline companion, Praline.
Georgia had a beautiful heart, mind and spirit and will be greatly missed.
- Visitation Monday, July 8, 2019
- Funeral Service Tuesday, July 9, 2019
- Committal Service Tuesday, July 9, 2019
July 11, 2019
Mrs. Conilio was a passionate teacher and a very sweet person. She had a really big enthusiastic personality that made her kids smile and laugh, especially she when dances to Drake or sing songs from some classic rock band, I had a morning class with and it really helped me stay awake throughout the day. Mrs. Conilio will be greatly missed. ❤️
July 6, 2019
Mrs. Conilio was such an amazing educator. She was always so kind and understanding towards me and many other students. Walking into her class always made me smile because she was always energetic, and she made my days better when I was feeling down. She even had one of my friends record a video of her telling me she missed me in class and hoped I felt better because I was out sick one day. I will always remember that and her. Blessings to her and her family ❤️