Eunice Marjorie Psilopoulos

1 mars 193512 janvier 2021

Eunice Marjorie Psilopoulos, 85, of Tilton, NH, passed away peacefully on January 12, 2021. Born in Nashua, NH on March 1, 1935, she was the daughter of the late Leon and Lena (Provost) Dutton.

Eunice grew up in Nashua and graduated from Nashua High School. She worked in the local shoe shops in town during the early years of her life. Later she found a place in accounting and worked for various businesses. She loved the Boston Celtics, John Wayne movies, square dancing, traveling, taking road trips, reading and watching CSI and TV mystery shows. She cherished her time spent with family, friends, and respected colleagues.

She is survived by her loving sons Mark, Gregory and Steven; grandchildren Jason, Nicholas, Kristina, Kyle, Noah, Nathaniel; great-grandchildren Alexander, Markus, Spencer, Julian, Anissah, Jonathan; brother Roland and sister Ellen and many loving nieces, nephews, and friends. She is predeceased by her beloved husband Nicholas; brothers Richard “Dusty”, Lawrence, Leo; and sister Dolores.

A Burial will be at 10am on Tuesday January 19, 2021 at Woodlawn Cemetery located at 101 Kinsley St, Nashua NH. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date,

Condolences may be offered at www.zissweeneyfuneralhome.com


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Eunice Marjorie Psilopoulos


Steven Psilopoulos

19 janvier , 2021

I just want to share a few thoughts about mom.

This lady was 4 feet 11 inches tall but
that was not the measure of who she was. She was a feisty woman. She came from a strong loving family and she passed any and all of that on to the family that she and dad created.

I have many memories ranging from when I was a kid growing up in California and the short time in Colorado to the 30 plus years spent mostly in New Hampshire.

Mom and Dad were part of a square dancing group with Aunt Judy and Uncle Dusty. I was kind of young to remember much of that but I’ve heard many stories about those good times. Then there was little league baseball and the park league that I played in. Mom was at all of the games. She was team mom for brothers Mark and Greg while dad coached.

Something that didn’t take me long to figure out was that mom was a die hard Celtics fan.
Legend has it that when I came into the world I interfered with plans to watch the Celtics play and win against the 76rs in the playoffs. I grew up hearing about that a lot. Later on when we moved back here I made it up to her by taking her to a few games at the Garden during the Bird era. Fun times. That passion for the Celtics was passed on to her kids and grandkids. We bleed green right boys?

So,,,,,I talked to cousin Kim a few days ago and we were reminiscing about our parents and all of the good times our family had together. Kim said to me “Uncle Nick has his dance partner again”. Ya. There’s a party happening there.

I would like to close by saying what my Memere used to say when parting company.

Au Revior Mom. Au Revior

Debbie Parsons Psilopoulos

17 janvier , 2021

What you may have lacked for in size, you most certainly made up for in personality. I have too many fond memories to share just one.
Noah & Nate were blessed to have you as their beloved Memere. Thank you for sharing your passion for basketball with them. You and your spunkiness will be dearly missed.
Sincere condolences to Mark, Greg, Steve and all of your families. May your happy memories comfort you in this difficult time.

Kim Silva

15 janvier , 2021

I remember a Thanksgiving at your house where once the meal and dessert were done we had a paper plate fight, flying those plates all over the house!! Lots of sporting events on tv, mostly the Celtics, visiting your family in Oxnard, working at the church festival and New Years Eve dances. I’m so glad Patrick and I were able to visit with you when you were at Mark and Liz’s house, wonderful afternoon together. You always spoiled me because I was the only girl in the crew. ❤️ Always, Kimmy