OBITUARY

Marjorie Ann Eliopoulos

April 6, 1925June 10, 2018
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On June 10 2018 Marjorie Ann Eliopoulos peacefully passed at her home She was the beloved wife of the late Louis Eliopoulos; devoted mother of Charlotte Eliopoulos and her husband George Considine and Manuel Eliopoulos; loving grandmother of Manuel Eliopoulos, Jr.

Family and friends may gather at the Charles S. Zeiler & Son, Inc. Funeral Home (6224 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224) on Thursday from 3-5 & 7-9 p.m. where a Celebration of Life Serivce will be held on Friday at 11:00 a.m. Interment in Oak Lawn Cemetery. Online remembrances may be left at: www.charlesszeiler.com

  • FAMILY

  • Louis Eliopoulos, Husband
  • Charlotte Eliopoulos, Daughter
  • George Considine, Son-in-law
  • Manuel Eliopoulos, Son
  • Manuel Eliopoulos Jr., Grandson

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, June 14, 2018
  • Visitation Thursday, June 14, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Service Friday, June 15, 2018
REMEMBERING

Marjorie Ann Eliopoulos

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Debbie Hicks

June 15, 2018

I remember all the stories from my best friend Ashly about her many many visits to her dear Aunt Marge’s house over the years and how much she meant to her and how sweet she was. I’m sure you will miss your long talks with her. Condolances to the family and all who knew and loved her.

George Consdine

June 12, 2018

My sweet Yai — You stood the test of time always providing a refuge of hospitality, comfort, and love for your family and friends — and, I will always be grateful for the love you shared with me.

As your journey here has ended and your new one has begun — may you be filled with joy and peace in your new home celebrating Amazing Grace and His everlasting love that guided you during your time with us.

John Bailey

June 12, 2018

Mrs. Marge was a wonderful, loving, and caring Mother to Charlotte and Manuel, Grandmother to Little Manuel who will truly be missed. I remember staying over the house with Manuel as a child and her making blueberry pancakes for us in the morning. I also remember her yelling at Mr. Lou to stop lecturing me and Manuel. She would say Lou, leave them boys alone. The trips to the Ocean always were a lot of fun especially on the ride home where I would fall asleep in the back seat of the car. When Manuel and I would fight as kids in the alley, she would be the one breaking us apart along with my Dad. I have so many wonderful memories of Mrs. Marge and can envision her as I recall those memories. Later in my life, I recall the conversations I had with her and how she cared about the people in Greektown. Finally she is now at rest, probably sitting in Heaven with Ray, her brother, and Mr. Lou looking over us all. May you rest in peace with the Lord, Mrs. Marge. You will be missed and loved by your family, your friends, and your adopted kids like me.

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