Constantina Sioris - Khalaf

Born in Sydney, Australia on 22 November 1969
Passed away in Sydney on 3 August 2021
Aged 51 years
Constantina Sioris - KhalafBorn in Sydney, Australiaon the 22nd November, 1969to Dimitrios and Elli Sioris.At age 24 she marriedTommy Khalaf in... Read more
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Dina you are truly loved and missed. I can not use words to describe what you meant to everyone. You are a beaming light that touched everyone you met and that light is still in us thanks to you. I miss you and am so truly grateful to have had you in my life. Your love for Tom and your girls was beautiful to see and I know you are still with them now xx
Leah lit a candle for Constantina Sioris - Khalaf
To our dearest Dina,

Know that you will not be ‘forgotten”

Your spirit will shine brightly in your amazing daughters. Young ladies who will grow to be strong and confident women. All attributes instilled in them, all these years in your nurturing shadow.. When we look upon them we will be reminded of you and we will smile.

You will be deeply missed Dina..

If tears could build a stairway.. I’d walk to heaven just to tell you everything will be okay.. And we will see you again one day in the Kingdom of Heaven.

‘God” take care of this beautiful soul.

Goodbye dear friend..
Alexandra and son Dean Lymberis lit a candle for Constantina Sioris - Khalaf
I am so sad that we’ve lost you Dina. I never got to tell you before you left us but I was truly blessed when you came into my life. Thank you for your friendship, it will always mean the world to me. The postings here are testament to you as a remarkable human being Dina, as a woman, wife, mother and friend whose inner beauty and pure heart radiated to all those around her. You certainly left your mark Dina, and that is something we should all aspire to. My thoughts and prayers are with your beautiful family, and your ‘besties’, who you loved so dearly. Til’ we meet again my friend, all my love, Falkie.
Carolyn Falkner lit a candle for Constantina Sioris - Khalaf
Dina, I was blessed to have had you as one of my managers at Bankstown CSC. You were so loved by everyone in that office. You had a special way of making people feel comforted in your presence and I'm so thankful for the time I got to spend with you. Rest in peace, Dina. I will miss you
Jenny Bahk lit a candle for Constantina Sioris - Khalaf
Dina, you truly were one in a million. I am so grateful for the time and memories we were all so privileged to have shared with you and I will hold them close to my heart forever. You were the most humble, selfless and kind person I have ever met. I will miss laughing with (at) you when you needed help with technology and all of our little talks. You have shown me what it is to be an exceptional mother, social worker and person in general and I will always strive to be even a small percentage of what you were. I love and miss you very much.

To your beautiful family, my deepest condolences for the loss of your wife and mother. Words are not enough during this time and nothing anyone says can make this any easier. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Dina/Mum will always be looking down on you through every small moment and especially during all of those big milestones, smiling and proud. Sending you all strength and love.

Loving you always, Carly (1 of your 2 troublemakers) xxxxx
Carly Gangemi lit a candle for Constantina Sioris - Khalaf
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