McHugh Funeral Home

283 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH


Joann A Gimopoulos

May 2, 1946May 6, 2020

Josephine (Joann) Gimopoulos, 74, of Manchester, and beloved wife of the late Steve Gimopoulos, passed away on May 6, 2020. She was born in Washington, DC on May 2, 1946, daughter of the late Jack and Veronica (Simonavice) Trent.

Joann loved her family and spending time at home with everyone. She enjoyed going to the beach, shopping, doing puzzles and games on her computer.

She is survived by her five children, Michael Letares and wife Serah, Michelle Dahood, Kim Florence and husband David, Daphne Letares, and Chris Letares, and eight grandchildren, Zachary Dahood, Alexandria Dahood, Maeve Manning, Michael Letares, Ava Letares, Maddox Letares, Jack Letares, and Caden Letares.

There will be no visiting hours. Services will be held privately.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Joann A Gimopoulos

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Stephen Gimopoulos jr

May 13, 2020

I wish I had the opportunity to speak with you again, you were a kind woman who was quick to help anyone in need. You stood strong by my Father's side as his lover and best friend, you were like 2 peas in a pod. You kept a smile on his face and for that I'm forever grateful. You stood by his side and mine when I was paralyzed, never complaining just always helping. May God rest your soul as you unite in heaven with your mate.
SG, Jr.

Lisa Diamantis

May 13, 2020


So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Be well my friend!

Polly Roberts

May 8, 2020

My heart breaks to know that this beautiful woman is no longer with us. I just want to talk to you again and tell you how much you are valued and loved. I could not have gotten through some of life's most trying times without you. I will forever be thankful for the good times, advice and incredible laughter we shared. You were one in a million.
You are now reunited with your love.
I can hear SG now, "Pollock, what took you so long!?!?" .
Soar high my dear friend. Until we meet again.


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