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Constantine “Gus” Horiates 1964-2022

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HORIATES Constantine E. “Gus”, age 58 of Cherry Hill on November 26, 2022. Beloved husband of Georganne (nee Stover). Devoted father of Leah (Tyler) Place of Deerfield, NJ. Loving son of Hrisoula and the late Elias A. Horiates. Loving grandfather of Gabriel, Ava, Evie and Roman Place. Dear brother of Stamatoula (Gus) Mavrophilipos, Angelo Horiates and John (Galene) Horiates. Also survived by aunts, uncles, and numerous cousins and friends. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services Tuesday, November 29, 11:00 a.m. at St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church 615 Mercer Street Cherry Hill where viewing will be held 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Interment Locustwood Memorial Park Cherry Hill.

Constantine, affectionately known as “Gus” , was a stalwart at Saint Thomas Greek Orthodox Church. Having grown up in the community, Gus was involved in many of the church’s ministries. He followed his father’s footsteps in serving on the Parish Council, where he served for over 28 years including 2 years as President. During that time he led the groundbreaking at the Saint Thomas Senior Apartments, chaired the 45th year anniversary of the church and gave selflessly of himself for the community. For this he was selected as the parish’s most recent Ambassador Awardee for his lifetime contributions to the community..

Gus also spent 2 years as the Parade Director for the Federation of Philadelphia and Greater Delaware Valley’s Greek Independence Parade, helping to build back the parade under new leadership. Gus was an active AHEPA member and officer, and was involved in guiding AHEPA’s Fifth District Scholarship funds to new heights. He was selected most recently as AHEPAN of the Year by Camden Chapter 69 of AHEPA. A member of the Pan Icarian Brotherhood of America, Atheras Chapter of Philadelphia, he was proud of his ancestral roots from the island of Ikaria, Greece. Gus assisted in serving Veterans groups and Seniors outside of the community. His infectious smile and calm demeanor were a staple in the community.

The family requests in lieu of flowers donations to St. Thomas Greek Orthodox Church Iconography Fund. To share condolences with the family please visit http://www.murrayparadeefh.com

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