Nicholas Kontos Obituary, Death cause – On Tuesday, December 19, 2023, the community of Eufaula, Alabama, and beyond, mourns the loss of a beloved son, friend, and faithful servant of the Lord, Nicholas Alexander “Alex” Kontos. At the age of 45, Alex departed this world, leaving behind a legacy of love, passion, and a life well-lived. As we navigate the depths of grief, we extend this intimation to family, friends, and the community, inviting all to join in celebrating the remarkable life of Alex Kontos.
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Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, December 22, 2023, in the chapel of Warren Holloway Ward Funeral Home in Geneva, Alabama, with the Rev. Steven Doss officiating. Following the service, burial will take place in the Pleasant Ridge United Methodist Church Cemetery, directed by Warren Holloway Ward Funeral Home of Geneva. Friends are welcome to pay their respects and offer condolences at the funeral home on Friday beginning at 1:00 p.m.
Alex, born in Columbus, Georgia, on December 13, 1978, was a shining light in the lives of those he touched. A graduate of Eufaula High School in 1997, he furthered his education at Rhema Bible College in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, where he earned a degree in youth ministry. Alex’s journey led him to serve in the ministry for several years before his path took him to Memphis, Tennessee, where he contributed his talents to Buck Gardner making duck calls. Later, he returned to his roots in Eufaula and found fulfillment working at Eagle Eye Outfitters in Dothan.
Alex’s life was a tapestry woven with diverse passions. His love for duck hunting, Labrador Retrievers, and horse racing reflected his appreciation for the outdoors. He found solace in the quiet moments, enjoying fine cigars and savoring the rich aroma of coffee. His eclectic interests mirrored a man who embraced the simple pleasures while staying true to his trendy and unique self.
Above all, Alex held an unwavering devotion to his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. His profound love for Jesus illuminated every aspect of his life, and it is with the comfort of faith that we acknowledge he is now in the arms of his Creator. Alex’s impact was far-reaching, touching the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing him.
Alex’s family was at the center of his heart, and he is survived by his father, Nicholas Theodore “Nick” Kontos of Eufaula, Alabama; mother, Debbie Milton Williamson (John) of Eufaula, Alabama; maternal grandmother, JoAnn Milton of Geneva, Alabama; aunts, Kathy Ingalls of Geneva, Alabama, and Pam Kontos Smith (Terry) of Headland, Alabama; and cousins, Dustin Radloff (Sarah) of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Jacob Ingalls (Sharon) of Geneva, Alabama, and Johnna Kay Ingalls of Montgomery, Alabama.
Alex was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Theodore Nicholas Kontos and Geraldine Anthony Kontos, his maternal grandfather, Timothy Richard Milton, and his uncle, Roger Paul Ingalls. Their memories linger as a testament to the interconnectedness of family and the enduring bonds that remain beyond this earthly realm.