In Memory

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Nick Karavolos passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday, December 1, 2005.

Born in San Francisco, CA on May 10, 1962. Nick was the middle of three children. Nick was in the elevator trade for over 20 years. He was an avid Raiders fan, loved all sports and the outdoors, but his greatest love was his two beautiful children, Nicholas and Makayla. He is also survived by his loving parents Michael and Dimitra, his two loving sisters Stella Clarkson and Karry Bryan, his loving cousin Carrie Clark, his nephew, Michael Clarkson, his niece, Tristyn Bryan, and many other family members and friends. A Trisagion Service will be held on Wednesday, December 7 at 7 p.m. at Keaton's Redwood Chapel, 1801 Novato Blvd. Novato. A Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, December 8 at 11a.m. at the Nativity of Christ Greek Orthodox Church, 1110 Highland Drive in Ignacio. Keaton's Redwood Chapel 415-897-1151

Published in the Marin Independent Journal on 12/6/2005

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04/03/09 02:32 AM #1    

Tina Dimitratos (Baldry)

I'm shocked at the loss of Nick, John and Electra. I went all through school with these people, and they seem too young to be gone. Nick was one of the nicest guys I new. I enjoyed catching up and talking to him at our last reunion. I'm speechless and sad to hear that Nick has has passed on.

04/06/09 11:31 PM #2    

Karin Eschen (Picard)

I had a crush on Nick during sophomore year in high school - i remember my sister trying to hook us up for Junior Prom. I wondered from time to time what became of Nick - hearing of his passing was very sad for me.

04/07/09 06:44 PM #3    

Kathleen Hughes (Huot)

Hearing about Nick was another shocker for me and Chris. Nick, too, was part of the "blue derby" gang. Nick and I also go back to Don Timoteo Elementary. It is so tragic for me to think about Nick, John and Electra all being gone. I grew up with all of them and hung out quite a bit in the earlier days. Nick was part of our neighborhood group, too. Nick was such a sweet, nice guy. Again, I am so very sad to hear about Nick. May he rest in peace.

10/26/09 10:37 PM #4    

Robert Shiota

I had not heard till I came to this site. Wow, what a shame. I ran into Nick when he moved into Hamilton shortly after they opened for residential. He was really happy, life was great, new home, wife, kids. What a damn shame. And I just read about John Loring too. Nick, you were and are a good man, RIP! My memories of you will always be GREAT. Thanks for the partying and good times.

12/09/09 04:11 PM #5    

Gilbert Chan

I don't remember anything about Nick from school days but I think I was playing pickup vollyeball at Pickleweed one day maybe 10 years after graduation and he said he remembered me from TLHS.

03/04/10 12:14 PM #6    

Tina Dufur (Case)

Nick lived a couple houses up from where I lived, but I never got to know him. Our senior year, I was at a party and some guy was trying to get me to take a glass of beer or something. I kept telling him no I did not want it. He would not take no for an answer. Nick came over and asked if I was o.k. and told the guy to "back off, she said no." The guy finally back ed off. Nick was so nice and kind of kept an eye on me the rest of the time I was there. I never got to tell him Thank you.

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