At the time of her passing on January 6, 2019, 91-year-old Harriet (Capsalis) Dionis, who was a resident of Worcester, Massachusetts, was residing at Holy Trinity Nursing and Rehab. She has been a patient there for a very long time. She had been a resident there for the preceding year, during which time she had lived there. The funeral service for her will take place on Tuesday, January 10, at 11:00 a.m., immediately following the visitation that will take place at the St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Worcester, which can be found at 102 Russell Street. The visitation will take place at the same location as the funeral service. Between the hours of 10:00 and 11:00 in the morning, there will be a visiting. After the funeral service for her, her body will be laid to rest in the cemetery.
The funeral service that will take place after the burial has taken place there will be held at Hope Cemetery, which can be found at 119 Webster Street. Here you will discover the location of the Hope Cemetery address. She is survived by her husband Chris, with whom she shared a marriage that lasted for 68 years; three sons, Christopher Jr. of Worcester, Michael and his wife Janice of Worcester, and John and his wife Sandra of Niantic, Connecticut; a daughter, Marisa of Worcester; five grandchildren, Ariana, Christopher, Daniel, Matthew Dionis and his wife Christina, and Kaitlin Ruffo and her husband Joseph; and two great-grandchildren, Avalyn Dionis and Jack Her family includes a sister named Bessie Capsalis and a brother named Peter Capsalis, both of whom were born and raised in Worcester at the present time.
Her parents were also born and raised in Worcester. Her family and friends will move on without her presence. Jody Dionis, who was her son-in-wife law’s and who passed away before she did, was her daughter-in-law. Jody Dionis was her son-in-daughter. law’s Jody Dionis passed away before to her own passing. Her parents, Vassilios and Persephone Capsalis, came to the United States from Greece in 1934. She was born in the United States. They decided to call their brand-new nation the United States. She was their only child together at the time. The city of Selio, which is found in the Epirus area of Greece, is where she made her debut in the world. The Peloponnese is the name given to this particular region of the country. After graduating from Commerce High School, she went on to work as a legal secretary for a combined total of six years before becoming engaged and starting the process of getting married.
She had a previous engagement in the years leading up to her wedding. She was raised and had her early education in Worcester, where she was also born. Her entire life has been spent in that city. After the birth of her children, she decided to go back to Worcester State College to finish her study and then started working as a teacher at Saint Spyridon Nursery School. She moved to Worcester at the fulfillment of her role as a parent and caregiver for her children. She was a member of the Ladies Philoptochos Society, the St. Spyridon’s choir, and the Senior citizens organization for a combined total of 59 years, and she was active in all three organizations. She found enjoyment in a wide variety of pursuits, from oil painting and drawing to crocheting and embroidery, gardening, and even just spending time with the people who were important to her.