July 29, 1930 - December 25, 2021
It is with profound gratitude that we remember one of the most incredible women we have had the honor of loving– Maritsa C. Loizos. She was taken by the angels Christmas morning into heaven to celebrate Jesus’ birthday. Our hearts are full of love and reverence as we reflect on the rich life Maritsa was blessed with.Maritsa was a devoted wife and mother. She was an adoring Yia Yia to her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was a generous friend and loving cousin. She was a devout Orthodox Christian throughout her entire life, building Saints Markella and Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Mary Esther, Florida. Maritsa was a beacon of knowledge and she absolutely loved a little healthy competition. She was a wordsmith and our family scrabble champion. On important dates, Maritsa was eager to send her well-wishes to family and friends. It didn’t matter the occasion, as soon as the clock struck midnight, it was fair-game and Maritsa was always first to mark the occasion. Maritsa earned the love, affection, and admiration of everyone she knew.Maritsa leaves behind a legacy of selfless love, unlimited kindnesses, and a tenacious will to endure and overcome the trials and tribulations of life with grace and dignity. A woman of excellence, worthy of praise.Her kind spirit and beautiful heart has become legend and will be retold for generations to come. Though we are saddened by our personal loss we rejoice in knowing she is now in the loving embrace of her daughters Markella and Irene, the love of her life, Constantine and her Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ . Maritsa is survived by her brother, Nick Madias, Sister, Helen Hountras, Grandchildren, Staci and Paul Zimmermann, John and Jaime Matheos, Gus Scarvelis, Michael Scravelis, and Great Grandchildren Markella, Allie, Georgia, and Luke. Friends are invited to visit after 10:00am at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Toledo,Ohio on Wednesday, December 29th, where services will commence at 11:00am. The service will be available for viewing via livestream, click here. Maritsa will be laid to rest in Fort Walton,Florida. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Maritsa’s name are appreciated to Saints Markella and Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church (http://stmarkella.org) and Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral (www.holytrinitytoledo.com).
It is with profound gratitude that we remember one of the most incredible women we have had the honor of loving– Maritsa C. Loizos. She was taken by the angels Christmas morning into heaven to celebrate Jesus’ birthday. Our hearts... View Obituary & Service Information
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