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Mary C. Linkas

Mary C. Linkas (nee Tomasides), age 82. Loving wife of Pat for 60 years. Loving mother of James (Sal) and Christine (Rob) Taylor. Loving grandmother of Nicholas and Melina Taylor. Loving Sister of Chris Tomasides (Mary, deceased). Loving aunt and great aunt. Loving Godmother of 5. Mary was the owner of Fisher’s Tavern for 25 years.

VISITATION MONDAY 4-8 PM at DEJOHN FLYNN MYLOTT FUNERAL HOME, 4600 Mayfield Rd. (just East of Green Rd) South Euclid, OH. 44121. TRISAGION SERVICE 7:30 PM. FUNERAL SERVICE TUESDAY OCTOBER 23, 2018 at 11 AM at STS. CONSTANTINE AND HELEN GREEK ORTHODOX CATHEDRAL, 3352 Mayfield Rd. Cleveland Heights. Interment Lake View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral.

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  1. Dear Pat and family,

    I lovingly remember Mary in our Poughkeepsie days. My parents, Soc and Irene, and my Aunt and Uncle, Mary and Chris, used to enjoy the Greek church, and wonderful social times together. Your mom always had a smile on her face and she was such a loving woman. May her memory be eternal. God Bless you!

  2. Helen C. Malaxos

    Dear cousin Pat and family,
    A few wonderful memories that I want to share with the family about cousin Mary.
    We were about one or two years of age when we were scolded for sharing a boiled egg.
    I was eating the yolk and Mary the white part. Little did they know then, that I was eating the fat
    and Mary the protein. We were sharing! We were then living on top of CandyLand, Main St., Saugerties, NY. In Newburgh, we shopped for our first lipstick, Revlon. At about 15-16 we saw our first adult movie, From Here To Eternity, grown up stuff for those times. So many more wonderful memories, but I will end with this one. When Mary was living in Poughkeepsie, and was of driving age, we had to get up very early if we wanted the car for the day. Up we rose, PJ’s, slippers to drive her father(uncle Harry) to the bakery. Mary was 8 months older than me – we never argued.
    Our beautiful girl, has joined our family of angels. She is safe!
    Our sincere condolences . Helen and Mel

  3. Never a more lovely and loving person than Mary — always with a beautiful smile.
    Rest in Peace dear cousin,
    Steve and Tina Canaris

  4. We were so blessed to have Mary in our lives, she was a fun loving and dinamic cousin. Her endearing smile and huge heart made us better people. She will never be forgotten.
    Miss you,
    “Little God Brother”
    Arthur, Lynne and Family

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