George A. Antonas

Born: Sat., Feb. 15, 1930
Died: Thu., Dec. 27, 2018


3:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Sun., Dec. 30, 2018
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Sun., Dec. 30, 2018
Location: Bradley Ashton Kehl Funeral Home

Funeral Service

10:30 AM Mon., Dec. 31, 2018
Location: St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church

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    On December 27, 2018, George A. Antonas, beloved husband of the late Frances M. Antonas (nee Minadakis), devoted father of Karen T. Malonoukos, Toni M. Antonas, and Leah G. Antonas, dearest brother of Nicholas Antonas and his wife, Mary, loving grandfather of Gabriela, Paul, George and Luke. He is also survived by many other loving family members and friends.
     The family will receive guests on Sunday from 3 -5 & 7 -9 p.m. at the funeral home, where a Trisaghion Service will be held at 8 p.m. Further visitation will be held on Monday from 10 -10:30 a.m. at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, 2504 Cub Hill Road, Parkville, MD 21234, a Funeral Service will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Interment in Greek Orthodox Cemetery.
      Mr. Antonas served in the US Army from 1954 to 1956, where he was stationed in Germany. He earned a BS and Masters Degree with a double major in Biology and Education from Western Maryland College (presently McDaniel College). He spent 40 years as an educator serving at Kenwood High School for a short time, then to Patapsco Senior High for most of his career as Department Chairman and Athletic Director. He coached Varsity Soccer and basketball, taking the soccer team to the state championships. He had most recently been inducted into the Patapsco Hall of Fame. He also worked for a time as Manager and Lifeguard at the Wilson Point Swim Club. Mr. Antonas was a hard working man, who dedicated his life to his family and his love of education. He had the determination to make success of whatever he touched for the good of himself and his family.

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Sharon Girvin-Davison
   Posted Sat December 29, 2018
Rest in peace, Mr. Antonas. Thank you for all you have done for the students at Patapsco Senior High School.

Carol Mason
   Posted Sat December 29, 2018
Mr. Antonas was a stalwart member of the Patapsco faculty, who was always helpful.

Anthony Budzik
   Posted Sat December 29, 2018
To the Antonas family,

I am sorry for your loss. "Mr A" was a great teacher, not just for phys ed, but he taught life lessons as well.

My Thoughts are with you.

Anthony Budzik

The Campbell (Higgs) Family
   Posted Sat December 29, 2018
Rest In Peace Mr. George. You were an amazing dad to your children and husband to your wife. I have wonderful memories of our families while growing up and will cherish them close to my heart forever. You will he missed by so many ❤️ Our condolences to the family and continued prayers for peace and comfort.

Carla Warkmeister
   Posted Sun December 30, 2018

DIGNITY IN WHITE PEDESTAL ARRANGEMENT was sent by Carl Warkmeister and Family.

We love you and are praying for you all during this difficult time. We wish we could be there to comfort you all and to say goodbye to Uncle George. He was such a nice man and he will be deeply missed. May his memory be eternal. Much love from your family in Texas: Carla Warkmeister, Aaron, Jefferson and Eleni Beaver and Louis Francis

Roland Bark
   Posted Sun December 30, 2018
My deepest sympathy!! My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Antonas family!!

Reggie Hyacinthe
   Posted Mon December 31, 2018
Thank you Mr. Antonas for your wonderful hospitality to me and my son. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your family. Rest in Power!

Al Fultz
   Posted Wed January 02, 2019
When I was in high school I was a writer on the newspaper staff. The gym was my beat. Mr. Antonas always allowed me to hang around the gym office and treated me very well. He had a great sense of humor and was very receptive to helping me with my choice of college. Whenever I'd come back to visit he always greeted me with a smile. He will be missed and always remembered. My deepest sympathy to his family.

Marje (Avaritt) Lentz
   Posted Thu January 03, 2019
May God Bless and keep all the days of your life

Blessings and prayers to family.

Loads of Love

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