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William Deligianis

William Constantine Deligianis

Sunday, June 29th, 1930 - Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
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Obituary

William Constantine Deligianis

90, of Fort Gratiot, passed away on Thursday, October 22, 2020, at Bluewater Hospice Home in Marysville.

He was born in Port Huron, Michigan on June 29, 1930, son of the late Constantine and Athanasia (Adamopoulos) Deligianis.

Bill graduated from Port Huron High School and studied at the Junior College where he obtained his Associate's Degree. Bill was very active and played many sports during high school and college. During those years he helped at the family business, Diana Sweet Shoppe. After college Bill served his country with the United States Air Force before returning to own and operate the family business with his brother Leo. He retired in 2001 from the sweet shoppe and continued to manage his investments.

Bill enjoyed vacationing at his condominium in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico where he travelled to a few times a year since 1988.

He is survived by his two brothers, Leo Deligianis of Lakeport and Dan Deligianis M.D. of Fort Gratiot; nieces and nephews, Robert Deligianis, Nicole Deligianis, Alex Georgopoulous, and Gaia Georgopoulous-Hoffman M.D.; and a great-niece, Stephanie Georgopoulous.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Constantine and Athanasia Deligianis, and his sister, Deana Georgopoulous.

Remember friends as you pass by as you are now so once was I. As I am now you will be, prepare yourself to follow me.

Private family services were held and interment took place at Lakeside Cemetery in Port Huron.

Memorials are suggested to the donor's choice of charities.

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Gerry Kramer

Posted at 03:30pm
With loving memories of William Deligianis,

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Dawnn Sasseen

Posted at 12:19pm
I have so many memories of Bill while working at Diana's, he was a great man who will be missed by so many people whose lives he touched. I will always remember him behind the cash register with that big smile on his face. The world has lost a truly wonderful soul.
My sincere condolences to Leo, Dan and the entire Deligianis family.

With Love,
Dawnn DeMars Sasseen



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Kristi Hazard

Posted at 03:29pm
I am so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I have such fond memories of Bill at Diana's Sweet Shop. Bill and Leo were such great supporters of downtown and added to the personality of our downtown. Always a smile and concern for others. I can still picture him behind the counter. We always had great conversations about business and downtown. My sincere sympathy to Leo, Dan and the family. What a great guy. Probably making fudge in heaven . With blessings, Kristi E. Hazard.
GK

Gerry Kramer

Posted at 12:24pm
Great friend to 1,000s of locals and beyond. Champion of hospitality. Teacher, Coach, and Mentor. Always a wonderful smile present! Priceless attitude and drive for his community Restoration leader for our Main Street Program. Best friend to sooo many. We shall never forget you.

With Love,
Gerry & Mino Kramer, Kay Duffy Houghton, Kathy Duffy, Sandy Duffy, and Maryann Duffy
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Carol Ann de St. Aubin-Rose

Posted at 10:02pm
My sincerest condolences to the family of Bill Deligianis. May you now rest in peace with our Savior Jesus. You will always be remembered to the many who knew you, especially bythose who were honored to work for you. You were so nice and kind. I will always remember your smile and always asking what did I do to customers, only to let me know how satisfied they were with my service. If you see the glazed donut and black coffee man that sat in the last back booth, tell him I said hello. I will remember 5hat when I came for a visit home from Florida, and came into Diana's, you would always would ask if I wanted my job back. I remember our last visit at your office in 2010. That was awesome, you, Dave Montrose, and the glazed donut black coffee man. I will still keep in touch with Leo sending a Christmas card. Thank you for so many wonderful memories. Rest now in peace now that you have gone home. ❤️
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