Speros Andrew Daglas
July 8, 1951 – August 18, 2016
Preceded in death by his parents, Andrew and Chryssoula (Logothetis) Daglas. Survived by son: Andrew T. Daglas. Sisters: Angie D. Mulè (Vince) and Maria A. Roth (Norman). Nieces and grandnephews: Rebecca (Brent) Orsborn, Barbara Roth, Amanda Roth, Jessica Roth (Gary), Jacob & Jaden Orsborn and Joseph Mulè and also relatives in Greece and Australia. Graduated class of 69 from Senn High School and went to UIC. He was Proud to be a Marine and was a Lifetime Member of the Marine Corp League since 2007. He did charity work for the Lake County Detachment 801 in Illinois and the Puget Sound Marine Corps League in WA. Speros also loved the Greek Orthodox Church and his friends. He was loved by all and freely gave everything he had. We loved him very much. May his memory be eternal. He will be laid to rest August 30, 2016 with a service at Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church in Shoreline, WA and internment at Holyrood Cemetery with a Military salute and honors. We thank him for his service. In lieu of flowers remembrances to the family appreciated and they will distribute to charities.
Please send to: Angie Mulè – for Speros, 12 Meadow Ct., Schaumburg, IL 60193.
Dear Angie, Maria and families Condolences on the loss of your brother and my long time friend. I found out today quite by accident when I Googled his name to see if he would be interested in coming to the 90th anniversary for St. Andrew. I was stunned and saddened to learn of his loss. Αιώνια του ημνημη
Angie and Maria--I don't know if you will remember me, but I lived down Winthrop and went to St. Andrews and to Swift School with Speros. I cannot begin to tell you how sad I was to learn of Speros's passing. I saw him at a Senn reunion a few years back and it brought back so many memories of the two of us playing ball in St. Andrews parking lot. My very deepest condolences and my prayers to your families. He was such a wonderful guy.
I miss Speros. He always had a good word. He was an ex-marine like my dad. This transition is one of the reasons we have prayers. George Chiropolos