The Funeral Service

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

This service will have a password applied once edited (normally within 3 to 5 days following the service), you will then need to contact the family for the password to access.

Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service.

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19 comments on “Chris Kyriacou”

  1. Chris, it was wonderful to work with you and see your passion as you pursued your certificate to be a trainer. You kept me on my toes in the classroom with your banter and always had a comment to make or a question to ask. You started many lively discussions, offered opinions about anything and everything and made our classroom a funnier, more interesting place. I remember once you asked if I was proud of you all – absolutely I was and always will be proud of you as a great trainer. Thank you for everything you shared with us and we will miss you greatly.

  2. Chris … Was so saddened to hear of you passing .. Just One of lifes “True gentleman “…whom I met via a friend on Facebook shared a love of the “Tigers” as I did .. Watching the funeral online just showed the amount of people’s lives & hearts he had touched .. much love to Chris’s family & friends …

    SUNSHINE passes
    SHADOWS fall
    LOVE & memories
    OUTLAST them all

  3. RIP Brother.
    I hope you enjoyed your last ride.
    But it certainly won’t be th last one in your name.
    and Go Saints 🙂

  4. A few weeks ago I walked into Jane’s birthday & said, where’s Gonzo? (He wasn’t there) I said I’m going to ring chatting & didn’t call. I was really looking forward to catching up with you. #makethecall

  5. We had some memorable times up in Enfield, London with Chris in early 90’s. He was always entertaining and lively and will certainly be missed. Condolences to the Kyriakou family.

  6. What a fabulous service. No doubt Gonzo was watching down, totally loving being centre of attention and hearing all the funny, awesome stories of his life. xxx
    Thank you Eleni, Youlla and family for providing the live stream, it was perfect. You all made him so very proud today. Such a beautiful, fitting tribute for our Gonzo.
    So so so sorry for your loss, we all loved the big fella, and we will never allow his memory to fade!
    In our hearts now and always xxxxx

  7. A beautiful farewell, didn’t know u long Chris, in the scheme of things, but thanx 4 being there 4 me… RIP Chris ❤️

  8. It was a privilege to share time with Chris at family meals etc. and be entertained by his many tales and adventures. Sorry I could not attend in person, but my thoughts are with the family at this time.

  9. May you ride on with verve and aplomb on roads without kangaroos or cops. It’s been a few years since we last rode together (since I headed up north), cracked a joke or talked about our team, the Tigers. Keep a space open on the ride for me, I’ll see you when I get there.

  10. Chris may you Rest in Peace.

    We will miss you popping into our workshop at least once a week for over 16 years.

    You were a great mate and you won’t be forgotten.

    To Chris’s family sending you our sincere condolences.

  11. To Uncle Gonzo,
    very saddened to hear of your sudden passing.
    will always cherish the happy memories i have with you. you’re smile and humour would brighten any mood. you’ll be sadly missed, rest peacefully ️

  12. I was just an apprentice when I met Chris that was 30 years ago. Always larger than life, the loudest bloke in the room and usually the funniest. The world is a lesser place without Chris and he will be missed by all who knew him.
    RIP my friend.

  13. We all know that Chris was the absolute best at his trade. However it wasn’t his ability that made him a special person but rather his humility, something only the best of humans achieve. And it’s those and all his other qualities we will all miss most.

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