William Glastris

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Bill's Church: What Was His Role There, and What Did St. Nicholas Mean to Him?

George Glastris
Late in life, he and Mom were in the lobby of church, and Dad turned to Mom and said "This really is home.".

Like everything else, he was involved. At the Festivals he took on the job of walking around changing the bags in the garbage cans because 1) no one else wanted to do it, and 2) it gave him the chance to talk to people. He didn't want to be stuck behind the scenes cooking souvlaki.
We used to go together to St. Nicholas and we were sitting together with Angie. At the coffee hour, Bill was the center of the lobby. Everybody was coming to speak to him.
Paul Glastris