Obituaries

Elaine Grevelis

Died: 2019-03-01
Resided in: Salem, MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: St. George Greek Orthodox Church, Lynn MA
Viewing date: 2019-03-11 : 10am-11am
Service type: Funeral Service
Service date: 2019-03-11 : 11am - following visitation
Service location: St George Greek Orthodox Church, Lynn MA
Burial type: Burial
Burial date: 2019-03-11
Cemetery: Pine Grove, Lynn MA
Contributions: To a Charity of Your Choice
Obituary:  

Elaine "Aince" (Demakis) Grevelis, of Salem, died peacefully in her sleep at the Atrium in Danvers on March 1, 2019. She was born on September 8, 1934 in Lynn MA. to the late Spiros and Pota Demakis. She attended Lynn Schools and went to Mass College of Art. Elaine spent over 60 joyous years in the choir of Saint George Greek Orthodox Church in Lynn. She was a very active member in church affairs and participated on many committees. She taught ceramics both at the Church and at the Peabody High School for many years. She played the piano, organ, decorated for stage productions among other activities. Elaine worked for Rooks Stores in Lynn and on the North Shore for over 30 years. She did the window displays and the advertisements for the newspapers. She loved working for "Mr G". She leaves behind her loving siblings William Demakis of Swampscott, Timothy Demakis of Topsfield and Dorothea Pechilis of Lynn. She was the loving aunt of many nieces, nephews and their families. She also leaves her lifelong childhood friends Stella Spyropoulos and Kay Delios. She leaves her former husband Nick Grevelis and was predeceased by her brothers James and Louis Demakis and companion Mitch Wolak.

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O Anice you brook my heart. I loved you from a little girl especially when you and Stella called me the little brat that always wanted to be near you. You were our rock whenever we needed you. I will miss you my cousin from the little brat. Rest in piecei will never forget you Soula xxoo💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕
Elaine our Forever Friend you will be greatly missed. We where so fortunate to of had you as a friend for the last 40 years and enjoyed every moment we spent together you brought so much sunshine and happiness in to our lives. You'll live in our hearts Forever. Rest in piece our friend. Bruce and Ellie

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