WARREN– James “Jimmy” M. Hionas, 94, handed away April 30, 2020,peacefully at his house.
Jimmy lived a really lively and social life. He loved strolling his canine Bentley, touring together with his household, watching sports activities and spending time together with his grandchildren.
He was born March 23, 1926, in Warren, a son of the late Michael and Helen Hionas.
In June of 1944, Jim enlisted in The USA Military. He served with honor as a rifleman throughout World Conflict II within the Rhineland Marketing campaign. Throughout this time, he obtained two Bronze Stars and the Fight Infantry Badge. Upon receiving his Honorable Discharge in 1946, Jimmy returned house and commenced his profession. He retired from Van Huffel Tube in 1985. Jimmy then went on to work together with his sons at Nationwide Auto & Marine, the place he loved working with them for a number of years.
Jim was a member of St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, and longtime member of the AHEPA Zeus No. 88.
His spouse, the previous Katie Axiotis, whom he married Oct. 6, 1957 handed away Oct. 1, 1994.
Jimmy leaves behind to carry onto his valuable recollections, his three kids, Mike (Julie) Hionas of Howland, Invoice (Kerry) Hionas of Miami Seaside, and Helen (David) Leventis of Howland; and 4 grandchildren, Jimmy and Katie Hionas, and Kara and Nathan Leventis.
In addition to his mother and father and spouse, Jimmy was preceded in demise by his brother, Steve Hionas; and sister, Stella Sialadakis.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the service and burial shall be personal with quick household with the Rev. Costa Valantasis officiating.
On behalf of Jimmy’s household, they want to lengthen their heartfelt appreciation and because of his fantastic docs, nurses and caregivers on the Louis Stokes VA Medical Heart in each Youngstown and Cleveland.
In lieu of flowers, contributions could also be made in Jimmy’s identify to St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, New Church Constructing Fund 429 Excessive St. Warren, Ohio 44481, or the Louis Stokes VA (https://www.cleveland.va.gov/giving/E–Donate. asp).
Household and pals could go to www.peterrossiandsonfh.com to view this obituary, signal the visitor ebook and ship condolences to the Hionas household.
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