THEODOSIS, Anastasia (Ann) Passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 at the Corning Guthrie Hospital, in Corning, NY. Ann was born June 30, 1928 in St. Ettiene, France to the late Nikolaus and Ekaterini Poulaki Kiourtakou. She was pre deceased by her loving husband, Nicholas Theodosis and sons, Dimitri Theodosis and Michael Theodosis, son-in-law, James Howard and sister, Panagiota Angelopoulos. She is survived by her children Byron (Lisa) Theodosis of San Saba, TX and Katina Howard of Horseheads, NY; grandchildren, Cessily (John) Duke, Christian Theodosis, Timothy Howard, Nicholas (Laura) Theodosis, Bradley (Katie) Howard, Anastasia (Thomas) Haymore, Nicholas (Amy) Theodosis, Keri (Chris) Fieno, Raymond (Allison) Theodosis, Alex Theodosis, Paul (Cami) Theodosis, Anastasia (Byron) Workman, Cindy Theodosis, Michelle (Smith) Monson, Byron Theodosis, Andy Theodosis, and Charlie Theodosis; great grandchildren, Markos, Grace, Alex, Jacob, Matt, Joshua, Madeline, Dimitri, Will, Paul, Katina, Ethen, Sam, Allison, Max, Karmen, Emma, Abigail, Lucy, Cole, Emily, Preston, Penelope, Rosie, Henry, Emmaline, and Luke and loving nieces, nephews in Greece. Ann married Nicholas Theodosis in Athens, Greece in 1944. Seven years later at the age of 23, Ann with her 3 young children (6, 5, & 3yr.old) boarded an Italian ship bound for Argentina where she would join her husband, who had gone ahead for employment. She quickly learned the language and customs and was able to provide a loving home for her family. Five years later, Ann and her family made the journey to America. They moved to New York City, where her son Mike was born. While in New York, she worked hard in and out of her home to provide for and serve her family. With a lot of hard work, Ann and her family were able to make the move to Long Island where she lived the next 20 years. After the passing of her husband, she moved to Texas to be near her three sons. Ann truly enjoyed her time in Kerrville, TX, where she delivered Meals on Wheels and performed other volunteer service. Ann moved to Horseheads, NY in the summer of 2015 to live closer to her daughter. Ann's life was a true example of the American Dream. She loved her family and her country. Her entire life was one of love and service. She was an extraordinary woman, who will be dearly missed by family and friends. The family will welcome relatives and friends to the Church of Jesus Christ - Latter Day Saints, 1060 W. Broad St., Horseheads, NY on Friday, November 13, 2015 from 11AM-12PM. Ann's Funeral Services will follow at 12:00PM. Ann will be laid to rest, alongside her husband, in Pinelawn Memorial Park & Garden Mausoleums, Farmingdale, NY on Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 1PM.