Efstathios Stathopoulos

Efstathios "Stathis" Stathopoulos

November 11, 1955 - May 30, 2020
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DRACUT – Efstathios “Stathis” Stathopoulos, age 64, a longtime resident of Dracut, passed away unexpectedly at Lowell General Hospital on Saturday, May 30, 2020 surrounded by his loving family. He was the beloved husband of Theodora (Nikolopoulos) Stathopoulos with whom he shared 34 years of marriage.

He was born in Pyrgos Trifilias, Messinia on November 11, 1955 and was a son of the late Anastasios and Eugenia (Stavropoulos) Stathopoulos.

Efstathios received his BS in Business Administration from the University of Athens in 1979 and in 1986 he was awarded an MBA in Marketing from Southern New Hampshire University. He began his career as an accountant at Petzatakis, S.A. in Athens, Greece. For the past 33 years he was the proud owner of several businesses, most recently, Supreme House of Pizza located in N. Billerica, MA. He will be remembered as a compassionate, hardworking, funny, generous and understanding gentleman who touched so many lives.

In addition to his beloved wife Theodora, Efstathios is survived by his loving daughter; JennaMaria who will always have fond memories of their drives to elementary school, walks in the park along the Merrimack River and their memorable trips to Greece to visit extended family.

He is also survived by his sister, Stavroula Angelakis and her husband Dionisios of Winchester, MA, his mother-in-law Presbytera Effie Nikolopoulos, his sister-in-law Ann Stamatis and her husband Antonios of Merrimack, NH, his nephews and nieces; Sotirios Angelakis, Anastasios Angelakis and his wife Pamela Kanavos, Paula Angelakis and her husband Pavlos Filopoulos, Demetre, Nicholas and Michael Stamatis.

In addition to his parents, Efstathios is predeceased by his father-in-law Rev. Nikolaos Nikolopoulos. Efstathios was well loved by many and will be sorely missed by his family, godchildren, friends and employees both in the United States and Greece.

Due to the current circumstances surrounding COVID-19, a private funeral service will be held at Westlawn II Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial contributions may be made in Efstathios’s name to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church by mail to 62 Lewis St., Lowell, MA 01854. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the BLAKE CHELMSFORD FUNERAL HOME, 24 Worthen St., CHELMSFORD, MA. For online condolences, please visit CHELMSFORDFUNERALHOME.COM.

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    Westlawn II Cemetery
    Boston Road/Spencer Street
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Brenda Cunningham

Posted at 09:13am
We all loved Steve💕!
He was so very kind to everyone. We all s seen the way he treated his employees like they were family ...he would do anything for them or anyone for that matter.
Fun memories of times when my family would come in an he would alway come out to have us try something new he made or bring us out some fresh veggies to eat and stay and talk for a bit telling us stories.. He will be truly missed! My heart ❤️ breaks for the family...
Rip Steve!!

Susan Corroto

Posted at 08:53am
This world has lost an amazing man and heaven has gained another angel. Some people would call him a gentle giant, but he was the most sensitive and caring man I have ever met. I worked for Stathi for 12 years side by side as he taught me so much about life. In the morning making salads we would listen to Wayne Dyer, and he would tell me about the olive garden in Greece. My father passed many years ago, and Stathi took me under his wing and took care of me and my family. My heart is broken, as I am sure so many others are, but the memories Stathi has left with all of us will last a life time. His smile, his laugh and his sense of humor was contagious. He would always tell me how blessed he was to have such an amazing daughter who brought a smile to his face every time he mentioned her name. He wasn’t just my boss, he was my best friend who I could confide in about anything. It was an honor to work side by side with him everyday for so many years, but the friendship we had was something you find once in a life time. Thank you for all the wonderful memories you have left me. I will see you again my friend and we will pick where we left off. Friends forever. One of his favorite quotes from Wayne Dyer, “Our lives are a sum total of the choices we have made”.
You will always remain in my heart and in my thoughts everyday forever Rest In Peace my friend. 🙏

Brenda Cunningham Posted at 09:16am


Brenda Cunningham Posted at 09:16am



Posted at 02:04pm
I am so saddened by the passing about Stathi. He was truly the best of the best. I will never, ever forget his warmth, sense of humor, kindness, and the advice he gave me over the years. Rest In Peace Stathi. You will be missed by some many but your memory will be eternal. Thank you for everything 🙏

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