Thomas Nanos

Obituaries in Detroit, MI | The Detroit News
Obituaries in Detroit, MI | The Detroit News

April 15, 1934 - June 18, 2022 Thomas Nanos went home with our Lord and Savior June 18, 2022, while holding hands with the love of his life, his wife, Patricia. He is survived and loved by Patricia and their children, Deborah (Brian) Huffman, Nicholas (Toni) Nanos, Cathy (John) O’Neill; grandchildren, Allison (Jon) Schemer, Michelle (Justin) Defer, Katherine Huffman, Lauren (Jason) Nash, Richard (Melissa) Rassey, Thomas Nanos; six beautiful great grandchildren; and many friends and family members. With him in heaven are his parents Victoria and Nicholas Nanos, siblings Elias, Anastasios, Vasilios, and Alexandria Christy, his granddaughter Julia Huffman, and great granddaughter, Sophie Rassey. Tom was a great husband, father, grandfather, and friend. He met his wife Patti (Patsy µou) at Eastern High School in Detroit, and they were married in 1956. Tom joined Fruehauf Finance Company and became Executive Vice President. At the end of his career, he was promoted to President of Sales and Marketing. Tom was a lifelong member of the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church where he served his parish as a member of the Parish Council for several years. Tom led many important financial movements that made a difference in the future of the parish. He also endeared many of the Council members and parishioners as lifelong friends. Tom and Patti traveled the world, while always placing family first. There is no place Tom would rather be than with his family. May his memory be eternal. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, 21800 Marter Road, St. Clair Shores, MI 48080.

Posted online on June 22, 2022

Published in The Detroit News, Detroit Free Press

Obituaries in Detroit, MI | The Detroit News
Obituaries in Detroit, MI | The Detroit News

Thomas Nanos

April 15, 1934 - June 18, 2022 Thomas Nanos went home with our Lord and Savior June 18, 2022, while holding hands with the love of his life, his wife, Patricia. He is survived and loved by Patricia and their children, Deborah (Brian) Huffman, Nicholas (Toni) Nanos, Cathy (John) O’Neill; grandchildren, Allison (Jon) Schemer, Michelle (Justin) Defer, Katherine Huffman, Lauren (Jason) Nash, Richard (Melissa) Rassey, Thomas Nanos; six beautiful great grandchildren; and many friends and family members. With him in heaven are his parents Victoria and Nicholas Nanos, siblings Elias, Anastasios, Vasilios, and Alexandria Christy, his granddaughter Julia Huffman, and great granddaughter, Sophie Rassey. Tom was a great husband, father, grandfather, and friend. He met his wife Patti (Patsy µou) at Eastern High School in Detroit, and they were married in 1956. Tom joined Fruehauf Finance Company and became Executive Vice President. At the end of his career, he was promoted to President of Sales and Marketing. Tom was a lifelong member of the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church where he served his parish as a member of the Parish Council for several years. Tom led many important financial movements that made a difference in the future of the parish. He also endeared many of the Council members and parishioners as lifelong friends. Tom and Patti traveled the world, while always placing family first. There is no place Tom would rather be than with his family. May his memory be eternal. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, 21800 Marter Road, St. Clair Shores, MI 48080.

Posted online on June 22, 2022

Published in The Detroit News, Detroit Free Press