In Celebration of

Angelo Georgitsos Constable, RCMP

January 11, 1965 -  October 17, 2020

Angelo died in hospital surrounded by his family after an incredibly courageous and brave 22 month battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 55.

Angelo leaves behind his loving wife and soul mate of 26 years, Olga Tsortos, and his twin children, Costa and Eleni.

Angelo was predeceased by his father, Konstantinos. He is survived by his mother, Bessie, his brother Nick (Denise) and niece Denika. He will be sorely missed by his in-laws, John and Helen Tsortos, brother-in-law Ted Tsortos (Angie) and his nephews John and Michael. He will also be missed by many extended family members, and many life long and devoted friends and colleagues.

Angelo was born and raised in Ottawa. He graduated from Laurentian High School and later Algonquin College. Angelo joined the RCMP in 2005. With his extreme determination, he graduated as the oldest member of Troop 34 and proudly served as a Constable. His first posting was in Kelowna, BC, and then he returned back to Ottawa. His career was full of adventure and he was fortunate to have worked with many incredible and supportive colleagues.

Angelo was a dedicated husband and father who always put his family first. He had a heart of gold and made friends everywhere he went. He was a generous host and enjoyed telling stories and having good laughs with friends and family. Angelo loved sports and was a die hard Montreal Canadiens and Dallas Cowboys fan. He also loved listening to the Rolling Stones.

A special thank you to Dr. Jonker, Dr. Pantorotto, Dr. Fitzgibbon, and to all the staff at The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre for all your wonderful and compassionate care provided to Angelo during his cancer care journey. A special thank you to Angelo’s home palliative care team, Dr. Bright and the Carefor nurses who so diligently and tenderly cared for Angelo in our home.

Angelo, you were taken far too soon from us. We will always love you and we will miss you dearly. Your courage and bravery was inspirational to us all.

Funeral to be held Friday October 23 at 1100 at Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church 1315 Prince of Wales Drive Ottawa, Ontario followed by burial at the Capital Funeral Home and Cemetery 3700 Prince of Wales Drive.

Due to COVID restrictions, funeral arrangements will be private.
Live stream option available - This is a public link and can be seen by anyone who goes to our Hellenic Community of Ottawa YouTube channel.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Greek Orthodox Church or to the Canadian Cancer Society.


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Kim Nocita 

Entered October 20, 2020 from Ottawa

My sincerest condolences to all of Angelo's family, friends and colleagues.
I had the pleasure of meeting Angelo through work. He was a remarkable member with a heart of gold and a genuine passion for the work that he did. He inspired me to be better.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Sincerely, Kim Nocita

Sonia Lavallee (RCMP Colleague)

Entered October 20, 2020 from Ottawa

My deepest sympathy to the family. Angelo, your smile and Joie de vivre will be deeply missed. RIP brother.

Vito Laura Cory and Niki Santoro (Kelowna Friends)

Entered October 20, 2020 from Kelowna BC

Our condolences to Olga, Costa, Eleni and extended familia . With deepest sympathy from Kelowna. He was a great man who warmed our hearts here in Kelowna with his family. We shared memories and gatherings at each other’s homes including Xmas eves and Xmas dinners. He will be forever missed.

Lauriane Hume (Collegue)

Entered October 20, 2020 from Ottawa

My deepest sympathies. It was a pleasure working along Angelo. I wish you all the strength and courage.

Simon Gravelle (Friend)

Entered October 20, 2020 from Ottawa

Please accept my most sincere condolence to your family in your lost. 

I have worked with Angelo while we were posted on Parliament Hill Security Unit and before this in the same dorm in Depot. I will alway remember his laugh who came straights from thw heart. He alway had a smile even in rough time and was the most hard working man I knew. He always had kind words to cheer you up.

Rest in peace my friend.



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