Fay Bardos

fay bardos

January 25, 1917 ~ January 11, 2009

Resided in: Redondo Beach, CA

Bardos, Fevronia (Fay) Loving Sister, Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and friend Fevronia (Fay) Bardos, 91, of Redondo Beach , she fell asleep in the lord on Sunday, January 11, 2009. Fay was born in Greece on the Island of Lesvos January 25, 1917 to The Very Reverend Panayiotis Anastassiou and Presvetera Efterpi. She immigrated with her parents and five brothers to the United States in August of 1926. Her father helped to establish the Greek Orthodox faith in America . Fay was married to the late Constantino (Gus) Bardos. Those left to cherish her memory are her brother Tom Anastassiou, daughter Sylvia Pierson, son James Bardos, and their families including five grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. She gave so much to her family and will always be loved. May her memory be eternal (eonia-emnimin). The Trisayion will be held on Thursday, January 15th at 6:15 pm at the Rice Mortuary in Torrance . The funeral service will be held at St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church in Redondo Beach on Friday, January 16th at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made out to St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church, 722 Knob Hill Avenue Redondo Beach, CA 90277

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  1. Dear Family of Fay, I was a highschool friend of Sylvia’s and have fond memories of the cooking and slumber parties at the house. I know she is missed by all of you, what an endearing and inspirational person she ws to all of us that “hung” at the house. I hope the strength of her existence carries you through this time of sorrow.

  2. Dear Sylvia and Stacy, For many years we have heard stories about Fay. She certainly enjoyed an interesting and full life. We offer our prayers and best thoughts through this difficult time. Rob & Patti

  3. Dear Kay, Dean & Zachary And now, dear brothes, I want you to know what happens to a Christian when he dies so that when it happens, you will not be full of sorrow, as those are who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and then came back to life again, we can also believe that when Jesus returns, God will bring back with him all the Christians who have died. 1 Thess. 4:13 14 Kay the Lord is close to those whose hearts are breaking. Psalm 34:18a I laughted for Yia-Yia, may you have ever lasting life!

  4. Dear Sylvia and Family, We have been blessed to have had so many close years with our Mothers. Ya-Ya was an amazing woman and so full of life, she would not want any of us to go through what she did in her last years and would have a word or two about making sure we lived our lives to the fullest and not waste it. Her life should be celebrated by all of us who she touched in different ways. God Bless You and your family. Love, Lucille and family, Gurry, Mike, and Barbara

  5. Dear Sylvia, Dean, Stacey & Family – My/Our sincere condolences on the loss of your Mom, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. Since very the beginning of my friendship with Dean, knowing Grandma has always also been a part of knowing Dean and his family. My life has been blessed with the experience and memories of Dean’s Grandma’s wonderful Greek pastries (yum!) and Dean’s connection and appreciation of being Greek. We share sadness on her passing but are richer for having known her even a little. Love to you all – /s/Ray & Judy Green

  6. Dear Sylvia, Russell, Stacy, Renee, Kyle, Olivia, Garrett and Lauren…Our thoughts and love are with you at this time! We wish your whole family the very best. Love, Mike, Jo, Maggie & Charlie

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