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MATERNA (Helen) Tombstone - Elmwood Cemetery (Section 23), River Grove, Illinois

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Beloved Mother and Sister
HELEN MATERNA
Jan 24, 1907 - June 17, 2002

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Section 23
Elmwood Cemetery 2905 N. Thatcher Avenue River Grove, Illinois 60171


MAROPOULOS (Evelyn) Tombstone - Elmwood Cemetery (Section 23), River Grove, Illinois

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Mom
EVELYN MAROPOULOS
1902 - 1970
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Section 23
Elmwood Cemetery 2905 N. Thatcher Avenue River Grove, Illinois 60171

MARKOPOULOS (George) Tombstone - Elmwood Cemetery (Section 23), River Grove, Illinois

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GEORGE MARKOPOULOS
"Lionheart"
Beloved Father, Grandfather, Brother & Uncle
July 26, 1943 - Jan 27, 2011
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Section 23
Elmwood Cemetery 2905 N. Thatcher Avenue River Grove, Illinois 60171


MARKOPOULOS (Nick) Tombstone - Elmwood Cemetery (Section 23), River Grove, Illinois

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"FREEBIRD"
NICK MARKOPOULOS
A SON, A BROTHER, A FRIEND
6/10/1970 - 10/1/1988
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Section 23
Elmwood Cemetery 2905 N. Thatcher Avenue River Grove, Illinois 60171

MARKOPOULOS (Demetrios & Hariklia) Tombstone - Elmwood Cemetery (Section 23), River Grove, Illinois

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MARKOPOULOS
Beloved Father
DEMETRIOS
1901 - 1938
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Beloved Mother
HARIKLIA
1904 - 1979
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Section 23
Elmwood Cemetery 2905 N. Thatcher Avenue River Grove, Illinois 60171

MARINOS (Panagiota) Tombstone - Elmwood Cemetery (Section 23), River Grove, Illinois

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Beloved Mother
PANAGIOTA MARINOS
1921 - 1989
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Section 23
Elmwood Cemetery 2905 N. Thatcher Avenue River Grove, Illinois 60171

History of Cretans in Utah - Minos Society

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THE MINOS CENTURY CELEBRATION AND HISTORY OF CRETANS IN UTAH
Authored by TNH Staff
Published in The National Herald - June 2, 2018
(Note:  HGG has the permission of The National Herald to reprint articles that may be of interest to our group.)
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SALT LAKE CITY, UT – The Cretan community of Utah will host a commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the formal establishment of their local Cretan organization, the Minos Century Celebration, June 1-3. 
Minos Chairman Dr. Tony Gianoulis told The National Herald that “the Cretan community in Utah has a very large presence. Many Cretans came to Utah at the turn of the 20th century to work in the copper mines. As the years went by, more and more Cretans immigrated to Utah and established their families, homes, and businesses here. Today, we are one of the largest Cretan communities in the United States. Moreover, we are proud of the fact that Utah had the first organized Cretan club in all of the United States.” 
CRETANS IN UTAH 
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