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Deacon Michael Creighton Reposed in the Lord

Deacon Michael Creighton, longtime cleric of the Church of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God in San Diego, CA reposed in the Lord. Fr. Michael was born Donald Creighton on August 29, 1928, in Black Pool London. Fr. Michael adopted the Orthodox faith in July of 1983. In addition to his assignment at Our Lady of Kazan parish, Fr. Michael spent decades as a salesman for a major pharmaceutical corporation and as a volunteer at the University of San Diego Hospital. He is survived by his daughter Christine and her sons. 

Memorial Services for the newly-departed Deacon Michael will be held at the following locations:


November 17

Greenwood Mortuary

Visitation from 5-9pm and Panihida at 7pm.


November 18

St. George Serbian Orthodox Church
Funeral Service 10:30am

with interment at El Camino Memorial Park immediatley after. 

 

Memory Eternal to the newly-departed Deacon Michael! 

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MATTHEW

Bishop of Sourozh

Interim Administrator of the Patriarchal Parishes in the USA

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