Constantine George Pialtous

August 9, 1921May 19, 2018

Constantine G. Pialtous, age 96 passed away on May 19, 2018 at the Greenbriar Nursing Home in Nashua, NH. Born in Nashua, NH, he was the son of the late George K. Pialtous and Virginia (Pappathan) Pialtous. Connie as family and friends knew him was educated within the Nashua School System and attended the Nashua Business College. He worked at the Transfer Station, which was a luncheonette and bus terminal on Main Street in Nashua that was owned and operated by his father. He worked for various businesses within the Nashua community and most recently retired at the age of 95 after a 20-year career at the Walmart in Hudson. He was a World War II veteran serving in the United States Air Force. He will always be remembered for his caring and humble attitude, his love for others and love of nature and animals. He is survived by his daughters, Virginia L. Drociak and her husband Thomas of Hooksett, NH, and Melanie S. Nichols of Nashua, NH. He is also survived by his five grandchildren Jennifer Drociak and Kristina Drociak of Manchester, NH, and John Nichols, Jill Nichols, and Jason Nichols of Nashua, NH. In Lieu of flowers, donations to the Nashua Humane Society can be made in Connie’s name.


  • Burial Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Constantine George Pialtous

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Virginia Drociak

May 28, 2018

Dear Dad,

I will always cherish many memories of your taking us to wonderful places during my childhood.I loved going to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and the Museum of Science. While in Boston we went to an authentic Greek restaurant, with white table cloths and napkins, my first experience with fine dining in an upscale restaurant.

We also went to hear the Nashua Symphony orchestra a few times, and the music was so soothing, I fell asleep, only to be awakened by the loud crashing sound of the cymbals, causing me to jump out of my seat. Thank you for exposing me to the arts at a very early age.

I remember you playing your violin in the living room, and you singing "A dream is a wish your heart makes" and" When you wish upon a star", A cappella. We always sang Christmas carols in that room too.

The almost weekly visits to Benson's Wild Animal Farm will never be forgotten. I know you loved animals and that love has been passed down to me for sure.

The rides to Hollis and finding the penny on the rock that we hid, then going to Doc Davis for ice cream. I could go on and on.

Thank you for enriching my life in so many ways, Dad, and thank you for your love.
I love you,
se agapo, o pateras mou.
Evgenia, aka Virginia, as you always called me, even when you weren't angry.
May you rest in peace.

Kristina Drociak

May 28, 2018

I will always remember your kind, warm heart and smile. Your love for people, the world, and animals was contagious and I am incredibly grateful for the last few memories we shared together.
We love you and will miss you, but know you are at peace.
Every time I see a cute little piggy, or travel somewhere new - you will be with me :)
I love you.

Melanie Nichols

May 25, 2018

Dad, I will always remember going into the driveway at night with you to look for the first star. When we would find it, you would say "Esperous Aster" meaning first star in Greek, I will always look for that star and will know that it is you. You know how much I love you and will be looking for that star,