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Celebrating the life of
Helen Michalinos Coronis
February 25, 1934 - December 23, 2015
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
  • Visitation
  • 11:00am - Tuesday, December 29, 2015
  • Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
  • 3511 Yoakum Blvd. (Map)
    Houston, TX 77006

  • 713-526-5377
  • Funeral Service
  • 12:00pm - Tuesday, December 29, 2015
  • Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
  • 3511 Yoakum Blvd. (Map)
    Houston, TX 77006

  • 713-526-5377
  • Burial
  • 1:30pm - Tuesday, December 29, 2015
  • Forest Park Lawndale
  • 6900 Lawndale Street (Map)
    Houston, Texas 77023

My only and happy memories will always be of her all decked out in her stylish clothes and jewelry when she would come over for our regular lunch dates. We loved our time with her spent shopping, eating lots of food and conversation.

Evelyn Marinos, katy, texas

My deepest sympathy goes out to you at this very difficult time. May God bless and comfort you as you go through this sad time.

Linda Wheeler, Bartlett, Tn

We all loved Aunt Helen, and will miss her so much! She was tiny, but she lit up the room with her fun personality and big smile. She was so stylish and independent, and always had a kind word to say. I hope you can find comfort that she is at peace and without suffering with her family in heaven. May her memory be eternal.

Tassie Kalas Hewitt and family, Houston, TX

Helen Michalinos Coronis, 81, passed away peacefully December 23, 2015.
A widow for 38 years, Helen didn’t have an easy life, but was a never-ending source of love, encouragement, and inspiration to those who knew her. Her care was genuine; her sense of humor sly; her cooking and her Greek salad like none other. She will always be loved and treasured as a tender and untiring mother, loving grandmother, faithful friend, and bold lover of the Lord. She was a pattern in so many ways.
Helen lived in West University for 56 years and was an active member in Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church. She was preceded in death by her husband Paul James Coronis. She is survived by her 3 children, 9 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren: daughter Mary Droz (grandchildren Eli, Nacomi, Daniel, and Natalia; and great-grandchildren Atticus and Noah); daughter Kay Petrash (grandchildren Hope, Lukas, John-Paul, and Grace Anna; and great-grandson John-Elliott); and son Jimmy Coronis (grandson Alex).
Friends are invited to a visitation with the family from eleven o’clock in the morning until noon, Tuesday, December 29, 2015 at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 3511 Yoakum Boulevard in Houston. The funeral service will begin at noon, where the Cathedral Clergy will officiate. Helen will be laid to rest at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery.

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Candle tribute lit by Joe and Laura Jane Elder — Texas

My only and happy memories will always be of her all decked out in her stylish clothes and jewelry when she would come over for our regular lunch dates. We loved our time with her spent shopping, eating lots of food and conversation.

Evelyn Marinos, katy, texas

My deepest sympathy goes out to you at this very difficult time. May God bless and comfort you as you go through this sad time.

Linda Wheeler, Bartlett, Tn

Candle tribute lit by Linda Wheeler — Tennessee

We all loved Aunt Helen, and will miss her so much! She was tiny, but she lit up the room with her fun personality and big smile. She was so stylish and independent, and always had a kind word to say. I hope you can find comfort that she is at peace and without suffering with her family in heaven. May her memory be eternal.

Tassie Kalas Hewitt and family, Houston, TX

Candle tribute lit by Mary Droz — Texas

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Candle tribute lit by Clay Smith — Texas


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