Love and memories last forever...
  • 56 years old
  • Born on March 23, 1962 .
  • Passed away on June 8, 2018 .

Milaq "Michael" Theokary, 56, of Philadelphia,  passed away on June 8, 2018.

Michael is survived by sisters Helen Theokary, Andonetta Theokary and brother Ralph Theokary. Also survived by nieces Jennifer, Vanessa, Christina Theokary and Sophia and Athena Morales, nephews Anthony Theokary and Andrew Morales. 

He was predeceased by his father Athanas R. and mother Sofia, and brothers Vani "John" Theokary and Nicholas Theokary.

Michael was a loving friend, son, brother and uncle.

Graveside services will be held Friday, June 15, 2018 at Lake Park Cemetery, 550 Park Ave., Swedesboro, NJ 08085 at 1pm.

 In lieu of flowers, contributions to Michael's Funeral Cost "GoFundMe" please go to to assist with final expenses would be greatly appreciated. 
God Bless

Posted by Andonetta Theokary on 17th July 2018
In Memorial 40 days this week. May His Memory Be Eternal! You are at rest dear brother and away from the limitations of your mind and body. God Bless Our Family!
Posted by Sophia Morales on 14th June 2018
Uncle Michael was a big-hearted man who had a hard time because of his mental illness. Though it was difficult at time, he truly loved his family. I remember him taking me and Aunt Helen out for my birthday. This was when I was an adult, since I did not grow up with him around. He insisted on paying for everything, since I was his niece and it was the one and only time we were ever together for my birthday. He was a hearty laugher and was content when his family was around. I hope he is resting in peace, finally rejoining the infinite universe, without the physical restrictions his body so often gave him. He will be missed and remembered by his family, who loved him!
Posted by Andonetta Theokary on 13th June 2018
My brother Michael was my best buddy growing up. It was just us three last babies, Michael, Andonetta, and Johnny growing up together. We were very close during our youth. My brother and I went to school together. He may not have had the best way of expressing himself due to his disabilities but he had HEART. As adults he would always make sure he told me he loved me after our phone calls together or when I would make short visits to Philly. He had the best sense of humor and can make you laugh. He will be missed and I will love him forever until we meet again.

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