Apostolos ‘Jack’ Moulos: Family remembers ‘incredible’ great-grandfather who died from COVID

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Apostolos ‘Jack’ Moulos is being remembered as an ‘incredible’ great-grandfather, pilot, cafe owner and photographer after he passed away at Presbyterian Aged Care with COVID-19 on January 15. He was 97.

Jack was the son of Kytherian migrants who opened and owned The Niagara Café in Singleton. It was in this cafe where Jack grew up and devoted much of his life.

In a piece for The Guardian, Jack’s two daughters, Michelle and Carolyn, share what it was like growing up with Jack and remember his passion and love of life.

FULL STORY: The Guardian.

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