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Kellepouris, Angelo N.

Kellepouris, Angelo N.

February 28, 1956 — May 3, 2020

Angelo N. Kellepouris, 64, passed away May 3, 2020. Angelo was born February 28, 1956 in Kansas City, MO to Nick and Anna (Stefaneas) Kellepouris, who preceded him in death. He was also preceded in death by his daughter Niki Michelle; uncles Mike Kelepouris, Gregory Kelepouris and Chris Lamberes; and his aunts Maria Kelepouris and Pauline Lamberes. Survivors include his children and grandchildren; siblings Steve Kellepouris, Pauline Todd, Diana Gaskill and Nitsa Chronis; cousins Vetta Agnos and Venetia Colon; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Angelo attended Southwest High School. His employment included working construction, selling velvet paintings and as a distributor for F.S. Carbon but he was most proud of being the owner of A&E Delivery for many years.

Private family services with burial in Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 12001 Wornall Rd., Kansas City, MO 64145.

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Private family services with burial in Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 12001 Wornall Rd., Kansas City, MO 64145.

Kellepouris, Angelo N.'s Guestbook

I remember hanging out with you and Pauline back in the day! Lots of good memories! Sleep in peace my friend!

Mary Mitef

I have alot of fond memories with Johnny and of my parents hanging out with your Mom Anna and you in your room and your Arlo Guthrie picture and the music. I can hear your laughter after telling one of your jokes. Our folks speaking Greek until the wee hours living and celebrating a great and interesting lives and the tales we told. To a well lived life to a well loved proud Greek man.

Angela Davis

Angelo, sorry I never had the pleasure of meeting you personally, however I know how much your sister Pauline loved you and worried about you, always. I also know your nieces and nephew also loved you dearly. You will certainly be missed and forever loved by them all. Fly high and free eternally.šŸ’

Michele

Rest in peace ole friend.

George Daskaleas

Well brother the last words to tell you. We had some great times, I must say you did it your way! I remember the last time i saw you. We talked about your father. and so many that had passed before us. Well we have had a great life, and you said if i had to do it again you would not change a thing. When i think of all the things we did together I would not change a thing. I miss you bro. P.S. say hi to every body their, wait a few and we will all be their together again. We will party again some day. Later Brother. Nick

Nick Daskaleas

Although we never got to meet I feel like I know you through your sister Pauline and Jessica. Who spoke of you often and talked about taking me with them to meet the family. I sat amongst Pauline and Jessica while they read your story of your life that you wrote. And I was deeply touched by your story. Rest In Peace in eternal light.

Joseph Dellavecchia

So sorry to hear of this. So many wonderful memories of Angelo and his family.

Susan Kice

Will miss you and your laugh. I have a lot of fond memories with you.

Dan Pappas

I will always remember the way you would make me laugh, you were one of a kind and Iā€™m sorry Iā€™m not there to say goodbye. You will be missed so much and now heaven has a new angel to watch over our family. I love you Uncle Lubbie you will always be in my heart.

Anatalia

Miss you so much Love you šŸ’”šŸ™āœļø

Vetta

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