Lisita Nicolau died at the age of 72, plunging the artistic world into deep mourning, as well as her relatives and the people who loved her.
Lisita Nicolaou passed away at the age of 71, spreading grief in the art world.
The famous artist was transferred to the intensive care unit of a private hospital in Piraeus After hitting his head when he slipped and fell down the stairs of the cafeteria where he was. Unfortunately, it ended last Friday.
The son of Alexandros Liannis, who had a relationship with the famous journalist and former deputy Giorgos Liannis, sent his own message a few minutes ago via Lisitas Nikolaou’s official Facebook page, Report the day and time of the funerals.
“From the bottom of my heart, I would like to thank each and every one of you for the love, friendship, and kindness with which you embraced my mother all these years. I personally thank you for your full support and well-wishes for me and my family during these difficult days. For those who wish to attend, the funeral will take place on Monday, August 14, at exactly It is 11:00 a.m. in the ancient cemetery of Faliro. Alexandros Liannis,” he wrote in his letter.
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Angela Demetriou did a touching job saying goodbye to Lisita Nicolau who passed away.
Via her Instagram profile, she captioned their joint photos on and off the track, to say “goodbye.” Angela Demetriou wrote in her story:
«I will love you forever my dear friend. Our shared moments will remain indelible in my heart. I wish you a good journey in the light».
“Goodbye” actor Spyros Fokas
the Spyros fucas He escaped danger after a serious gallbladder operation and is now in a rehabilitation center. when he taught death his 11-year-old son Odyssey Stamoulis and her death Lisitas NicolauAnd his wife – through his profile – conveyed his condolences.
“In the light now, Lisita. In eternity, Christakis. Spyros,” wrote Lillian Foca, relaying his words.
And in exactly the same way a few days ago, Spyros Fokas wished for Lisita Nicolau who was then intubated in the intensive care unit.
“Lizette, my doll, hold on tight. Spyros,” Lilian Foka wrote on Facebook.
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