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Deceased Information

DECEASED:
Mary Zamecki

DATE OF DEATH:
Monday, October 21, 2019


DATE OF FUNERAL:
Private


TIME OF FUNERAL:
Private


PLACE OF FUNERAL:


PLACE OF BURIAL:
Lakeview Cemtery


VISITATION INFORMATION:


DONATIONS:
  • Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation Benevolent Fund 2500 Clairmont Rd NE, Atlanta GA 30329

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    OBITUARY:
    Mary “Aspacia” (Carrasas) Zamecki- wife, mother and a woman who held a strong faith in God, passed of natural causes in her sleep, Oct 21, 2019. Born on December 8, 1922 at St. Joe’s Hospital in Syracuse, New York to parents Athanasios & Alexandra “Olga” Carrasas, she was the second of 5 children. She grew up in her beloved Finger Lakes region, graduating from Glenn Curtiss Academy, in Hammondsport, NY and attended Rochester Business Institute. During WW II she worked at the Dupont Factory in Dresdin, NY, doing precision work on the secret Norden Bombsites as well as inspecting “trigger pins” for torpedos. She will be laid to rest in Penn Yan, NY alongside her parents; eldest brother, Stephen and sisters: Ann and Alexandra. She is survived by brother, Solon “Hardy” Carrasas (WPB, Fla); son,Steven and wife, Rita (Rolfes) Panayioto, two grandsons: Nicholas and Lucas Panayioto (Atlanta) and nieces and nephews across the country. Re-Married to Theodore M. Zamecki in 1963 they moved from Penn Yan to Syracuse, NY until retirement. Relocating to Clearwater, FL, Charlotte, NC. before Atlanta, she helped raise her grandchildren and was a regular churchgoer at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation. She was loyal to her family and friends. She loved meeting people and sharing her love of the Greek culture and Orthodox Christian beliefs. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation Benevolent Fund, Atlanta GA.


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    The Fischer Family
    The Fischer Family would like to extend their sincere condolences and sympathies during this difficult time.
    Steven PanayiotoOct 27 2019 08:18 pm
    A video of photos of Mother from baby to several months ago: https://youtu.be/KfsnVpxwFTw
    Claire GanasOct 26 2019 12:23 pm
    Dear Steve and Rita and family....I am so sorry to hear that you dear mom passed away!I loved seeing her in church with Steve on the Sundays I was able to attend. She was always so kind and had a gentle spirit. I know you all will miss her terribly as she was blessed to be with you so many years. So beautiful inside and out and always smiling when I had the pleasure of talking with her. She was truly amazing and I admired her greatly. Please know that I am thinking of her and you, the family, and sending you my deepest sympathies. Steve, I am George Mac's cousin. Just to identify myself. Well, you all take good care and may her sweet memory be eternal! With Love, Claire Ganas
    Victoria ArchableOct 23 2019 08:56 pm
    Steven and Rita, May God grant you and your family peace and comfort during this time of sorrow. Steven from what I experienced, you were a loving and devoted son to Mary. May God’s grace fall upon you and your family in new and special ways.
    Fischer Funeral CareOct 22 2019 10:37 am
    In loving memory
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