James Kondilios Death: Who Is James Kondilios Canberra? Cause of Death, Facebook, Instagram

James Kondilios, 23-year-old award-winning science graduate and sportsman has reportedly passed away from complications related to Covid-19. He died on Jan. 5, 2022 at St Vincent’s Hospital where he had been receiving treatment.

Stephen Ma announces his death via a lengthy statement posted on Facebook, he wrote; “Rest In Paradise, James Kondilios.”

Bro, forgive me my words came a bit late, I tried to put down something but I couldn’t, the mist of the tears blocked my eyesight, and the memories with you flashed back, just like a movie, Stephen & James. Your hand-written words are still left on my whiteboard, your table still there in my room along with mine, I can see you everywhere, it’s just so hard to think that I can’t see you anymore, I can’t do coding with you anymore, I can’t eat meats with you anymore, I can’t share whisky with you and I can’t laugh hard with you anymore. You said you want to be retired at a peaceful beach, with great sunshine. I have never been to paradise but I think paradise would be better, and I will tell you all about it when I see you again. Last day I went for a walk, I collapsed a couple of times on the roads in tears, a snake swung by, I believed that was you, thank you bro for visiting me.” He wrote

I am glad I spent a lot of happy time with you last year, and in your last year, it is so respected that you worked so bloody hard for our dreams. I looked back on the codes we wrote and typed together, every single byte of them reminds me of those great days and your big smiles. I am so regretting that I didn’t take more photos with you, I am so regretting that I should hug you even harder when last time we saw each other. I can now give up anything just to listen to your mustang’s engine sound coming again, and I run downstairs and see you hold two coffees in sunshine smiling at me.
The last message you sent to me was “couldn’t ask for a better friend”. Likewise bro, the years I spent with you will always be a great part of my life, you will always be on my mind to delight me, encourage me and guide me. I will try to be a better person just like you bro, kind, sweet, nice to everyone and love everyone. We have been through a wonderful journey, and I want to show my best appreciation and respect to you for standing by me bro.
It’s going to take a long time, I feel so lucky I was to have you in my life, even if it was not for as long as we would have liked.
Rest in peace, my dear brother, James Kondilios.” He wrote in the statement.

Mr Kondilios grew up in Sydney, where he attended Waverley College. In 2015, he represented Australia at the Power Lifting World Championships in Finland, where he won a bronze medal.

He later completed an advanced science degree at the Australian National University in Canberra. In 2019, he was awarded a national science prize for his work on forestry and climate change. Most recently, he worked as a data scientist at the Department of Social Services in Canberra.

He was one of six people to die from COVID in the latest reporting period. The others were in their 60s, 80s and 90s with two from the Lake Macquarie area and three from Western Sydney.

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