Mrs. Angela Kinnaly

February 7, 1958 - October 11, 2014

In Loving Memory


The Greek American Institute is very saddened to inform our families and community of the passing of Mrs. Angela Kinnaly on Saturday, October 11th.  Mrs. Kinnaly was the Assistant Principal at GAI, as well as a dear colleague and friend of our school.  She served our school and the community for over 30 years, and was an integral and devoted member of the GAI family.  


We extend our condolences to the family members and friends of Mrs. Kinnaly.  She will be deeply missed and shall be fondly remembered.


Mrs. Kinnaly's Mnemosino will be held at the Zoodohos Peghe Church on Sunday, November 23rd.  The Memorial Luncheon/Makaria will be hosted by the Parish Council and PTO.  At this time, the family of Mrs. Kinnaly requests that memorial donations are made to the Greek American Institute, a place she very much loved.  Mailing address:  Greek American Institute, 3573 Bruckner Boulevard, Bronx, New York 10461.



Lady K...Angel of GAI



      Who knew how special

                                                     a chocolate donut

                                                                                           from Dunkin Donuts would be?

      Whenever I pass the store now,

                                                                it will never be the same to me.

                                                                                                                           Great teacher, strict but fair

      always made me feel

                                              good about myself,

                                                                                   always found a way to

      make me smile.

                                     Fly in the heavens, Angel of GAI.

                                                                                                  You will be forever loved

      And definitely missed.



                                                                                                                                              ~Zaaron Morvan