OBITUARY

Cleopatra Pat S. Stylianos Arnoutis

May 29, 1921December 29, 2013

Cleopatra “Pat” Arnoutis, 92, passed away on December 29, 2013 in Jacksonville, FL. She was born May 29, 1921 in Nashua, NH to Peter and Zoe (Gakis) Stylianos. She was one of seven children who have all preceded her in death. She graduated from Nashua High School and then attended nursing school at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Pat married James M Arnoutis on October 31, 1948 in Nashua, NH and they were married almost 50 years. Pat worked as a surgical nurse for Dr. McGahee and Dr.Foley and later went to work at the Bank of New Hampshire as the executive assistant to the Branch Manager.

She served as the choir director and chanter at the St George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Manchester NH. Pat was a member of the Anagenessis Ladies Society. She also sang with the Manchester Choral Society. Pat enjoyed and was an avid golfer and was a member of the Manchester Country Club and the NH Women’s Golf Association. Pat moved to Jacksonville, Florida in 2000 to be closer to her daughter and grandsons. While in Jacksonville she was in the choir at St John Divine Greek Orthodox Church for many years . She will be missed dearly by her loving daughter Nina Arnoutis Appleby (Herb); her grandsons James Raymond Appleby and John Peter Appleby; as well as many nieces and nephews.

Calling hours were held from noon to 1PM Tuesday, January 7, 2014 at St George Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 650 Hanover St. Manchester, NH. Funeral Services followed at 1:00 pm in the Cathedral. Interment was in Pine Grove Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, January 7, 2014
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, January 7, 2014
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Cleopatra Pat S. Stylianos Arnoutis

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Karlene Wadleigh

January 9, 2014

Dear Nina,
Please accept my deepest sympathy and sincere condolences upon your mother's death. I have many fond memories of her on the golf course, playing in Scotch foursomes with T and your Dad, singing in the Manchester Chorale to Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, and many many good times. She was a truly remarkable woman...intelligent, caring,
and with her singular sense of humor. I have missed her since she moved away but I know that it was a great comfort to her to be with you and Herb and the boys, I said a little prayer for her and you. God Bless you.

Maria Dongas

January 6, 2014

Dear Nina and Family~ So sorry to hear of the falling asleep of your mom. May God rest her soul amongst the righteous and may He give you all strength and comfort during this difficult time.
With our sincerest sympathy~
Sophia and Maria

January 5, 2014

Our love and prayers are with you and your family Nina. Your Mom was a wonderful woman who was nice to everyone. We're sorry we are unable to attend the funeral, but our thoughts are with all of you. Love, Norma & Ed Adams and Family

Pat Arnoutis

January 4, 2014

Pat Arnoutis

January 4, 2014

Pat Arnoutis

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Pat Arnoutis

January 4, 2014

Zoe Onsruth

January 3, 2014

Dear Nina,

Thinking back of all the times your mom and I shared an abundance of laughs, jokes, "secrets" and especially our Saturday shopping sprees when nothing was purchased but pizza and/or a burger. After her move to Florida we kept up our "fun time" with many phone calls - some lasting as long as an hour.

Aunt Pat will be missed but she has now been reunited with her family where the sisters once again will join their angelic voices and sing as one.

We share your sorrow but know her memory will live within us forever. Our deepest sympathy to you, Herb, Jimmy and Johnny.

Love and Blessings - Cedric and Zoe Onsruth

January 3, 2014

Nina & Family,

Sorry to hear about your mother passing away. We were all blessed to have her as the choir director at St. George. She was always dependable to be there for every service. May be memory be eternal.

Tim Giotas

January 3, 2014

Dear Nina and family,
So sorry to read about your Mom. We have so many memories of all of us at St. George through the years. May her memory be eternal.
With love,
The Bill Varkas Family