Nikolaos Tsiknis

February 20, 1935 - June 2, 2017

Burial Date June 8, 2017

TSIKNIS, Nikolaos

Born in Chios, Greece on February 20, 1935

Passed away peacefully at RAH surrounded by his loving family on June 2, 2017

Aged 82 Years

Much loved and adored husband of Fevronia. Treasured father and father-in-law of Suzie and Peter, Steve. Cherished Pappou of Danielle and Michael, Johnny and Fay, Nicholas and Pro-pappou of Vincenzo.

Lovingly remembered by family and friends in Australia, Greece and America.

TSIKNIS, Nikolaos. FAMILY and FRIENDS of the late Mr. NIKOLAOS TSIKNIS are respectfully informed that his Funeral Service will be conducted THURSDAY, June 8, 2017 at 10.00 a.m. in the Greek Orthodox Church of St. George, 60 Rose Street, Thebarton.

At conclusion of Service the Cortege will proceed to Centennial Park, Cemetery, St. George section.

Flowers to the Church please, or if preferred, a memorial donation to the RDNS would be appreciated by the family.

Envelopes will be available at the Church.


Carmel Costanzo

280 Grange Road, Flinders Park 8234 … A.F.D.A.

Publication: Centralian Advocate | Date listed: 6/6/2017


To my darling husband, our fate was to meet in Australia. God blessed the moment we saw each other and our love for each other is eternal. Thank you for all the wonderful years and the two beautiful children who then extended our family with wonderful grandchildren and great grand-child. Love always Fevronia To our beautiful dad. Thank you for everything you have done for us. You always did everything possible for us. There wasn’t a minute in the day that you never thought of us. Always wondering if we are safe. We used to think you were over protective but it was because of your love for your family was so big and great. Steve and I will look after mum as promised but you know mum she will be fussing over us and has already begun. We miss you already. Suzie, Steve and Peter. To our dearest Papou. You can finally rest and not be in anymore pain. Although we will miss you tremendously knowing you are not suffering after all these years puts us at ease. We will always love you forever and ever and never forget the man that you were. We will say goodnight and not goodbye. From your grandchildren Danielle, Michael, Vincenzo, John and Fay Rest peacefully papou, It’s sad to see you go but I know that you’re always going to be watching over us. See you again one day Love you, Nicholas You are going to join your Torrensville and Tranmere mates and relive the good ol’ days, good food, drinks, laughs and above all great times. The family sincerely thank all doctors and nurses at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, R. D. N. S. , Domiciliary Care and special thanks to Dr Gouskos and Dr Lawrence for their untiring care, support and compassion. [Published in The Advertiser on 06/06/2017]