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Koula Loutsion, Jr. 79, of Canonsburg, passed away, Saturday, May 25, 2019, after a 39 year courageous, graceful battle with Multiple Sclerosis.
She was born October 27, 1939, on the island of Limnos, Greece, a daughter of John and Sonia Zervos Papavasilis.
She survived the German occupation of Greece, and immigrated to Ellis Island, New York, at the age of six. Her family settled in the town of Aliquippa, along with many other Greek families.
Koula was a steward of the All Saints Greek Orthodox Church. She worked for many years at the annual food festival and with the GOYA youth group prior to her illness. She was past President of the All Saints Ladies Philoptochos Society, and she sang in the church choir for many years.
Her kindness touched everyone she came in contact with, through all her challenges, she never complained. She always had a lovely smile on her face and a beautiful heart who loved everyone.
Her family was her life. Koula was a dedicated mother, grandmother and homemaker.
Surviving are her loving son, George T. (Becky) Loutsion, III, of Canonsburg; her three loving grandchildren who were her pride and joy, Zachary, Alexander, and Stellanie Loutsion; many Godchildren, and loving family members. She will remain in our hearts forever. May her memory be eternal.
Friends will be received Wednesday 3-9pm in All Saints Greek Orthodox Church, 601 W. McMurray Rd., Canonsburg, Pa 15317. Trisagion will be held in the church Wednesday at 7pm. Additional visitation will be held Thursday, from 10 to 11 am in the church followed by services with Father George L. Livanos, officiating. Arrangements entrusted to the Sollon Funeral and Cremation Services, LTD, 30 East College Street, Canonsburg, Phillip L. Sollon, supervisor, J. David Sollon, director, 724-746-1000.
Interment will follow in the Oak Spring Cemetery, Canonsburg.
Please visit www.sollon.com to leave online condolences. The family kindly suggests memorial contributions be made the the Ladies Philoptochos Society of All Saints Greek Orthodox Church, in Koula's name.