BALLIOS, Jorgo (George)
Passed away at Sunnybrook Hospital on Monday, April 5, 2004 in his 88th year. Loving husband of Eleni (predeceased), dearly
loved father of Bill and his wife Sandra Ballios, Diana and her husband Stephen Gauvin. Adored "Dedo" of Brian and Laura Ballios,
Adam and Hayley Gauvin. He will be sadly missed by all family and friends in Canada and abroad.
STANISIS, Tode (Theodore)
Born December 25, 1920 in D'mbeni (Dendrohori) Greece, has with great sadness passed away on April 1, 2004, surrounded by his family.
Theodoros is survied by his loving wife Anna (Stoyana), loving daughter Alexandra and her husband Mike Nitchov. Loving Dedo Todo to his 3
cherished grandchildren Miky (Mary), Theodore (Tania) and Elenka, and his 2 adoring great-grandchildren Michael and Evan.
Professor Zivko Skoklevski, one of the most active hydrologists in the Republic of Macedonia died in January 2004.
He was born in 1937, in the village of Dambeni, Northern Greece (former Aegean Macedonia). In 1948 he moved to
Czechoslovakia, where in 1955 he completed high school in Brno. In 1960 he graduated from the Faculty of Civil
Engineering Hydraulic Department, Prague.
In 1966 he worked as a deisgner in the Regional Water Resources Institute. In 1969 he entered the Faculty
of Civil Engineering in Skopje as an assistant, and he was elected to assistant professor for River Training in
1977. In 1979 he completed his PhD thesis in Stochastic Hydrology. He was elected as professor for the topics :
Hydraulics, Hydrology, River Training and Waterways and Ports. He also had completed international master
studies in Delft, the Netherlands in 1971/72.
During his work at the Faculty in Skopje he published two textbooks for the regular students and two manuals
for post-graduate students. In cooperation with Professor Blagoja Todorovski he published the monogrpah:
Intensive Precipitation in Macedonia, while after his retirement he published three more monographs
about the River Vardar and Dojran Lake
In the period from 1984 to 1986, through the programme for International Scientific-Technical Cooperation of
the Republic of Maceodnia, he lectured at the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Dares-Salam, Tanzania.
Professor Skoklevski had significant experience as researcher and designer in many areas of water resources management
and hydro engineering, which was proved through his wide scientific and application activity. He made, alone
and in cooperation with other colleagues, a number of feasibility studies and final designs, studies and expertises.
He was actively involved during all his professional life in solving problems in water resources management in
Macedonia and he worked in several professional and scientific associations.
Professor Skoklevski published many scientific and expert papers in scientific journals, international and national
conferences and symposium proceedings.
With the death of Professor Skoklevski, the Faculty of Civil Engineering has lost a respected and highly appreciated
colleague, an extraordinary pedagogue, a dear gollaborator and a very good friend. His retirement, several years
ago, was not th eend of his professional work. He devoted himself with even more strength to writing and designing,
and he has left to us his experience. For this life's determination Macedonian hydrologists are forever grateful.
source : www.ees.nmt.edu/vivoni/pdf/IAHSNewsletter.pdf