Cu adinca durere anuntam ca tatal nostru iubit, Pastorul George Galis a plecat la Domnul in Noiembrie 14, 2011. Pina voi reconstrui aceasta pagina m-am hotarit sa adaug linkuri de la trecerea lui aici;
- George W. Galis (1936-2011) de la a 43-a Conventie si Omagiu
- Despartirea – Fratele George Galis a plecat la Domnul – Ultimele Informatii si link “In direct”
- Iosif Ton: George Galis, Un Om Care a Imbogatit
- Florin Cimpean: George Galis – Recunostinta in ceas aniversar
- George W. Galis – Recunostinta in ceas aniversar in Tribuna Romaneasca
- Brother GEORGE Galis – Tireless, Hard at Work and … No Interest in Who Gets the Credit by Jacob-Dwight Cotan
- Interviu la TVR International realizat de Stela Nacu din Bucuresti 2009 (cu faze din Biblioteca)In acest video puteti viziona interviul doamnei Stela Nacu si secvente filmate din biblioteca Tatalui meu.
preluat de la Romanian Television Network.(Petru Amarei)
- Added 12/29/2010 George Galis – o privire in trecut… Romania
- Added 01/05.2011 George Galis – o privire in trecut…Lagarul din Austria
- Added 01/08/2011 George Galis – video – interviu la Romanian Television Network (Oct. 2010)
- Added 01/16/2011 George Galis - Cum mi-am facut o bibloteca la virsta de la 12 ani
- Added 01/27/2011 George Galis – o privire in trecut – sosirea in Statele Unite
- Added 03/03/2011 George Galis - Proorocia care mi-a citit gindurile la Biserica Penticostala din comuna Vladimirescu
- Added 6/18/2011 George Galis – Biserica Philadelphia la Inceput
CHURCH OF GOD, in prezent.
Dad was born in the small village of Curtici in the year 1936. He was born to Marika and Gligor, and 12 years later his sister Lidia would arrive. He married my mom, Elisabeta Branc who was born in Seleus. Curtici is situated in far western Romania. It is the most important railway meeting point of Central Europe with the western part of Romania. Its administrative territory extends on the Sântanei Plateau, a plateau characterized in the zone of the town by the sand hills formed by the old branches of the Mureș river. Today it is a vineyard.
My older brother George and I were also born in Curtici, Romania. My brothers Adrian and John were born in Arad, and Ruben was born in Chicago.
There are lots of fond memories in Curtici at our grandparents house. Even
after we moved to Arad (21 km away) My older brother, George and I spent our summers there with lots of domesticated animals,such as goats, pigs,ducks,chickens, some mean roosters and dog that I was very afraid of because he always barked at me, and playing church in the Pentecostal church that my grandfather built on his corner land plot. George and I used to play in the church on weekdays when our grandma was out in the fields growing watermelons and other vegetables. We would try the musical instruments – yup we were the reason they were always out of tune.
Dad has been telling us lots of stories which we will be sharing here in the near future.
Here are a couple of links worth accessing-
For a 2 minute video of Curtici and a sample of Romanian ‘popular’ music playing in the background, click here.
Curtici has a population of 10,000 and has an ethnic makeup of 70% Romanian and 20% Hungarian. In 1519 the town was incorporated and named Decebal (after Decebalus the King of the Dacians, who are our forefathers)and later changed the name to Curtici- which means ‘Trumpeter’. For more on the history of Curtici read here.
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