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33 comments on “Christopher Psycharis”

  1. Dear Chris, we are happy to have met you. We will keep you in our hearts.
    Dear Jim, Margaret, Matthew and Isobel, our deepest condolences to you.

  2. My heartfelt condolences for the loss of Dear Chris. May he Rest In Peace. The fond memories of our weekly lessons playing music together will forever live in my heart. My prayers and thoughts to all the Psycharis Family. So sorry for your loss.

  3. Dear Dr Jim Psycharis and Family

    Our deepest condolences to you Jim, Margaret, Matthew and family
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.
    May he Rest in Peace

    Noel, Marianne and famiily

  4. Thank you for sharing the service for Chris who was so clearly loved and will be missed by many. I hope these beautiful reflections on his life provide you some comfort at this sad time.

  5. Dear Dr Jim and Family,
    We are all sending you love and strength at this very difficult and sensitive time..

    Please look after yourself and spend time with your loved once… such a beautiful ceremony.

    We are very sorry that we couldn’t attend the ceremony in person but please accept our deepest sympathy from Carol, Mark, Olga and Kai Novak from Craigieburn and Nagambie.

  6. Thankyou for all your reflections and stories on Chris. It was an honour to be in attendance and brought back memories of time in Carey Middle School.

  7. Dear Margaret, Jim, Mathew and family,
    It was a beautiful service and tribute for that final farewell to your precious Chris.
    He obviously made you proud.
    It was very moving to have so many memories shared by you and all those who knew him and loved him. He has touched the lives of so many people here and there, and his memory will be cherished,
    Sending you our love from Athens and wishing you strength during this difficult time and until you meet again.
    Magda & Vassilis

  8. Dear Dr Jim Psycharis and Family
    We are so saddened to hear of the loss of your son Christopher.
    Sending our condolences and keeping you in our prayers.
    With Love
    Joe Elizabeth Melissa Ben and Christopher Scarmozzino
    (Long time patients of Dr Jim)

  9. Dearest Margaret and Jim
    Absolutely shattered to learn that you have lost your darling Chris
    Although i had every intention to attend the funeral and pass on my condolences personally, unfortunately I was unable to.
    Wishing you strength to cope with Chris’s passing, but I know that he will remain in your heart forever.
    May he rest in peace.
    Love and thoughts,
    Lina Athanasiadis

  10. My heartfelt condolences go to you all on this very sad day. Such a beautiful service – I am so sorry that I could not be there in person. How you all bravely managed to give such beautiful words of love, respect and admiration for this very special young man is commendable. It was lovely getting to know him through everyones memories and words – he will be dearly missed by all who knew him. My love goes to you Margaret, Jim and Matt, also to Jenny, Tom, Natalie and Alex as well as all of his dear friends. He will forever be in everyones hearts.
    Warmest regards Denise Shergold

  11. Dearest Jim, Margaret and Family,
    So sorry for your loss.
    My heart and thoughts are with you and your family. I’ll keep you in my prayers.
    Our deepest condolences.
    Maria and Tony Gallo

  12. Dear Margaret, Jim, Matthew, Jenny, Tom, Natalie, Alex and friends and family of Chris,

    Although we were unable to honour Chris’ passing with you all in person, we are glad to have been able to do so from afar.

    I only spent time with Chris on a half-dozen or so occasions — through my friendship with Matthew. Despite this, I knew him to be generous, warm, gentle and kind.

    Thinking of you all as you celebrate the life of a brilliant young man, taken too soon.

    With heartfelt sympathy,

    Raoul and Modupeh Renard

  13. Dearest Jim, Margaret, Matthew and Isobel,

    We send you our deepest condolences for your profound loss. Whilst we did not know Christopher, and we have not seen you in recent years, you have remained so very dear in our hearts. To hear of Christopher’s passing has been such a shock and we are so sorry that you and your family have been through such pain. Listening to the tributes delivered this afternoon, it is clear that Christopher was a remarkable and exceptional young man who has left an indelible and inspiring impact on family, friends and community. How blessed you are to have had such a beautiful, kind and loving son and brother in your lives. May he rest in peace. We wish you strength, courage, peace and send you our love.

    Με απέραντη αγάπη και βαθιά λύπη, η νουνά και νουνός
    Γεωργία&Σπύρος Σπανός

  14. Margaret & family. The service for your Son & Brother was beautiful and touching. He was loved by so many people. I enjoyed hearing all the beautiful stories that his loved ones shared, especially his nephew. He spoke so beautifully. Christopher was a caring & loving person who had a beautiful soul. May he RIP. xxx

  15. Dear Margret, Jim and Matthew,
    An amazing young man you raised who touched the hearts of so many. The tribute gave us an understanding of who Chris was and his passion for life.
    You are in our thoughts and prayers,
    Anna and Andreas Katsiroubas
    Helen Tachas and family

  16. My heart is breaking for you all. A beautiful tribute to a special person. You were all so strong. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to get to know your Christopher. With Much love, Lyn Ellenby and Family.

  17. I know Chris well from my first year of university at Edinburgh. It’s not often you meet people like him, he was always so kind and warm. Just a really good guy.

  18. To Chris’ family I pass on my deepest sympathies. Chris was an amazingly open-hearted and kind person. As a fellow member of EMS, few people were not touched by Chris’ incredible spirit of fun, adventure, humour and kindness. Go well Chris, we were lucky to have had you among us x

  19. Our deepest condolences to you Margaret, Jim, Matthew and extended family. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. May he eternally rest in peace.
    Love from Niki, Chris, Andreas and Izabella Yena – Carey 2013.

  20. Chris and I met in high school at Carey, and he made a lasting impression on me, as I’m sure he did on many people. Thank you for sharing the beautiful service.

  21. Dear Dr. Psycharis & Family,
    Heartbroken to hear of the passing of Chris.
    Such a pleasure to deal with when at the surgery.
    Our love and thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time.
    Love: Mavis, Graeme, Jo-anne & Dale (long time patients & friends).

  22. It was a beautiful service for Christopher. Such a wide range of memories were shared.
    Thinking of you all.

    Owen and Roger

  23. With all love from London – Chris was, and is, a central figure in our university days from Edinburgh, and I am so glad that our friendship kept going despite such a great distance. We will remember him and his sense of adventure always, and try and keep some of his spirit in everything we do!

  24. Our Heartfelt sympathy to all the
    Psycharis family. Thankyou for sharing your beautiful service for Chris.

  25. A beautiful tribute to a remarkable young man filled with goodness and raised in love. I attended online today on behalf of my son Jack Solomon who was in Chris and Alex’s year at Carey and now lives in Paris. He used to refer to Chris fondly as Crispy and when I asked which one he was, he told me “the one with the baby face”. Our hearts go out to you, gone too soon and so sadly missed, but so incredibly joyfully and thankfully remembered. An amazing life brimming with potential and endless experiences lived. Wishing you gentler times ahead, where current sadness is gradually replaced by the many treasured memories and gifts Chris has left behind. Our love and deepest sympathy, Linda and Martin

    Jack requested I pass on these reflections which he texted through to me late last night

    “Chris, a kind gentle soul who was always quick to lend a hand. Your quick wit and intellect led to many fun debates that I will treasure forever. A steadfast figure of my childhood, you will be missed”

  26. Thank you Margaret and Jim for the opportunity to grieve with you the loss of Chris. A rare beautiful humble soul. Sending you love and strength and prayers

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