Apostol Konomi, age 73

of Quincy

Apostol Konomi, age 73

Apostol Konomi, age 73, of Quincy, died peacefully, Friday, August 18, 2023 at home, in the presence of his loving family.

Apostol was born in Delvine, Albania, to the late Ksenofon and Persefoni Konomi. Raised and educated there, he immigrated to the United States in 1998, settling in Quincy where he lived for the past twenty-five years.

Apostol had a brilliant mind. He was a Professor in both Mathematics and Physics.

He enjoyed playing chess and was also an instructor. Apostol was a loving and social person, and always stayed in touch with family and friends. He was devoted to his family.

Beloved husband for forty-eight years of Bedrije (Reci) Konomi.

Devoted father of Yianni Konomi and his wife Kathryn of Brockton, Mariana Kabir and her husband Rafi of Braintree.

Loving grandfather of Ayaan, Hana, Christian, and Anthony.

Dear brother of George Konomi, Eli Boci, Irena Sima, and Tatiana Lallo. Apostol is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Funeral Services will be conducted at Saint Catherine’s Greek Orthodox Church, 119 Common Street, Braintree, on Tuesday, August 22, at 11 a.m. Father Ted Toppses will officiate. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visitation at the church prior to the service from 10 –11 a.m. Interment Pine Hill Cemetery, West Quincy.


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  • Our hearts are with you in this time of sorrow.

  • My dear uncle! I will always remember your laughing with my jokes and when used to imitate people. This made me feel like I was your favorite among your nephews and nieces. I will always be grateful that you saved my life and thanks to you I am alive today. When I was 3 years old, I took my grandmother’s heart medicines, believing that they were candies. You took me immediately and brought me to the hospital without wearing shoes or slippers with slippers on, walking for more than 1-2 kilometers with me in your arms. You were my angel and in my heart you always had a special place. Despite the fact that these years we haven’t had the opportunity to be close, you have always been in my thoughts and in my prayers. I love you very much Uncle Postoli (we always called him like that when we were little and for me all this years has always been the same). I love you very much

  • Per mua shkeputet nji pjese e kujtimeve te mia te feminise . E kujtoj gjithmon e me tingellon ne vesh akoma muzika e dasmave , Kur vallzonte bashke me tezen time , pushtonin sallen e te gjith I shikonim me adhurim e plot gezim . Do me marre malli gjithmon . Lili Hoxhaj