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In Loving Memory of Theodhoraq Lolo
Theodhoraq Lolo, a brave warrior, beloved husband, father, grandfather, father-in-law, brother, and friend, peacefully journeyed beyond this world in June 2023, leaving behind a legacy of strength, resilience, and cherished memories. He will forever be missed by all whose lives he touched.
Born on May 21st, 1954, in Korce, Albania, Theodhoraq Lolo embraced life with an unwavering spirit. He migrated to the USA, where he built an amazing life for his family, creating beautiful memories with friends, family, and loved ones. Despite being diagnosed with stomach cancer in 2013, he faced life with unwavering positivity, inspiring others with his hope, faith, and love.
Theodhoraq Lolo taught us the true meaning of resilience. He was a role model to his son and granddaughter, living with a creative force and a willingness to help others. He faced each day with courage, embracing the power of love, family, and the support of dear friends.
Beyond his battle with cancer, Theodhoraq Lolo was cherished and cared for by his devoted wife, Irma, and his son’s family. His love and guidance will forever remain in the hearts of his family members. His strength and determination inspired those fighting their own battles.
Today, as we mourn the loss of Theodhoraq Lolo, let us also celebrate his incredible spirit and the profound impact he had on our lives. His legacy lives on through cherished memories and the values he instilled in his family.
In our grief, may we find solace in the knowledge that his pain has come to an end, and he has found eternal peace. May his spirit continue to guide and inspire us, reminding us to embrace each day with gratitude, love, and compassion.
Theodhoraq Lolo, you will forever remain in our hearts. We are grateful for the time we shared with you, and we carry your memory as a beacon of light and hope. Rest peacefully, dear Theodhoraq Lolo.
He is predeceased by his parents, Dhimitraq & Vasilika; sister, Marjeta Kristo; and uncle, Niko Zhaka. Survived by his wife, Irma; son, Petrika (Sara) Lolo; granddaughter, Stella Mia Lolo; siblings, Vangjush (Gerta) Lolo, Thanas Lolo, Kaliroi (Nikolla) Endriko, Tatjana (Vangjel) Tanka, Adelina (Shkelqim) Saxhaku); many nieces and nephews.
Family and friends are invited to call on MONDAY, June 26, from 4-8 PM at Miller Funeral and Cremation Services (3325 Winton Rd S). A Trisagion Service will be held at 6 PM during his calling hours. His Funeral Service will be held on TUESDAY, June 27, at 11 AM at Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit (835 South Ave). Interment Ascension Garden Cemetery.