Condolences – Rev. Demetris Palos

We regret to inform you of the passing away this morning (6 February) of our beloved Demetris after 50 yrs of service to the church.

From Bishop Gary Rivas – 07/02/2016: “The Palos family, The Methodist Church of Southern Africa, colleagues and friends will celebrate the life of Rev Demitris Palos, on Wednesday 10th of February, 11am at the Bryanston Methodist Church, Grosvenor Road, Bryanston. May his soul rest in peace. 0114632333 for more information.”

Click the below box to listen to the recorded (un-edited) funeral service, 

 

Press Release - Rev. Demetris Palos

5 replies
  1. Brian and Marie Harlech-Jones
    Brian and Marie Harlech-Jones says:

    Demetris (known to our family as ‘Jimmy’ when he served in Windhoek with great distinction) was a friend to many and an example to all. We are immensely saddened at this news, and we wish Daphne and her family members strength and courage as they come to terms with their great loss.

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  2. Tom Cochrane
    Tom Cochrane says:

    My deepest condolences to Daph, Theo, David and the rest of the family. Jimmy was the most extraordinary man I’ve ever known. Mentor, father-figure, comrade. Hamba kahle, old friend.

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  3. Teboho Sepanya
    Teboho Sepanya says:

    I’m just so shocked and also sad to learn of Jimmy Palos passing. He was such a gentleman and a pleasure to work with. I wouldn’t have known hence the shock, had I not read about it in the April edition of Dimension. My deepest condolences to his family.

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  4. amanda laurent
    amanda laurent says:

    Dimitri. You baptised my first child. I will never forget they way you did it, It made a lasting impression on me and everybody that attended the private function at my house. May you rest in peace.
    Gilles Amanda Felix and Luma Laurent

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  5. Hans Christian Johnsen
    Hans Christian Johnsen says:

    Dear Family Palos, dear Daphne, dear children, my heartfelt regards and condolences for Jimmy and your grief. He impressed my with his courage and his wide heart, his kindness and truthfull faith. His Support brought my to south Africa in a crucial time, for my way, Hamba Kahle! Reverent Hans Christian Johnsen, now in Aachen, Germany. Shalom!

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