Juliette Ann Koss

May 25, 1950May 15, 2019

Juliette Ann Koss, 68 of Nashua, NH, a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, and grandmother passed away on Wednesday May 15th.

Julie loved people, talking with people, and being around people. She would talk to anyone and everyone, everywhere. Most of all she loved to spend time with and talk about her three grandchildren. In very a close second was being with and talking to her children about their lives and all their friends.

While Julie is gone and will be greatly missed, she will finally be reunited with her late husband of 22 years, Timothy Koss. May they rest in eternal peace together. She is survived by her mother Mildred, brother Jay, sister Tiffany of CT, her two children Ryan and Todd, their wives and children, all of Merrimack, NH.

Visiting hours will be held on Monday, May 20, 2019 from 4-8pm at the Zis-Sweeney & St. Laurent Funeral Home 26 Kinsley St, Nashua NH. A funeral service will be held at 10am on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at St. Philip Greek Orthodox Church, 500 W Hollis St. Nashua with burial immediately following at Edgewood Cemetery. A reception will be held following services at Towns Tavern, 142 Lowell Rd, Hudson NH.


  • Visitation Monday, May 20, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, May 21, 2019
  • Burial Tuesday, May 21, 2019
  • Reception Tuesday, May 21, 2019


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Nancy Rowett

May 21, 2019

Pete and I are so very sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences. Nancy Rowett

Jimmy Leach

May 20, 2019

To most she was Julie or Jules but when Theo John wanted to get her attention it was JULIETTE !!!
So many memories which began so long ago. Catskills in the 60's at the Grand Hotel and the empty swimming pool being filled with a garden hose; the "in case of fire" evacuation plan was to jump out the window and hold on to the rope which was anchored to the guest room floor. Julie was in charge of keeping us all on our best behavior while our parents were enjoying live Greek music in Sunset Springs or Tannersville. Those were the days and those are the memories I will always cherish.

Sue Belzil

May 20, 2019

You are very missed Jules. I so hope you found the peace that you were searching for. Condolences to your entire family and friends for their loss and let me tell you your leaving is a big loss for all off us. RIP friend. - -Sue B.-LNA

Denise Barrett

May 18, 2019

Juliette was a lovely, friendly lady.
I met Juliette when I was employed at Greenbriar.
She will be missed, God bless and rest in peace.
Denise Barrett

Kevin Peacock

May 18, 2019

Ryan, Todd and Family,
I am so sorry to hear this. Your parents were both so nice to me growing up. They were always there at every sporting event. They were always supporting and kind. She will be missed. Our prayers are with you all.

Chris Peters

May 18, 2019

May you rest in heavenly peace Julie..., condolences to your family.

Julie Georgis

May 18, 2019

I remember my cousin Julie and her wonderful disposition and sense of humor. We both shared the same first name in honour of our YiaYia Julie. That was the custome.
Although we did not see each other often as adults, those childhood memories will live on:
All the Maltas cousins playing out in the snow in the winter or baseball in the summer. And all those
holiday celebrations at YiaYia and Papou's house .
Extended families grow apart - often due to miles that separate us.... but in our hearts the family love-ties always remain. With love and prayes from across the sea, your cousin Julie G.

Dianne Connelly

May 18, 2019

I got to know Julie at Greenbrier. She lived next door to my mother. She was the kindest woman. She always checked on my mother, tried to boost her spirits and would always ask about me because my mom told her about my health issues & how she worried about me. She cared so much about others. She was always smiling, talking to other residents & encouraging others. It was obvious that she made many friends at Greenbrier.

She was always outside with a group of residents, enjoying each other’s company. Whenever my kids & I would go visit my mother, she would always greet us with her big smile, ask me how I was doing and give me the updates on my mom. She genuinely cared. She was so excited to share the news when her son found out that he & his wife were expecting. She had so much joy & she shared it with anyone she could. The world has lost a beautiful soul.

I was just at Greenbrier yesterday and those that came to know her like family are devastated. Their sadness could be felt and everyone spoke so highly of her. Her group off friends were gathered around, sharing stories about her and all spoke of her kindness. She left her mark on many hearts and will be greatly missed. My sincere condolences to her family & friends.

Bizz Lavoie

May 17, 2019

So sorry Todd, hang in there Bud. Love you.

Wesley Maltas

May 16, 2019

She was my aunt, I just found out when I came home from school about 6 hours ago. I love you Aunt Julie <3 Rest Easy