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Mary Lambrinos
Date of Death: June 30, 2019
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Mary Lambrinos, 95 of Endicott passed away Sunday, June 30, 2019. She was predeceased by her husband James, parents Evagelos and Costontina Agatheas; brothers Nick, John and Jimmy, sisters Helen Papastrat, Beatrice Chris and Martha Delany. She is survived by her son and daughter in law James and Ann Lambrinos, Apalachin and a grandson Alexander,…

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Alice Lambrinos Idemudia left a message on July 2, 2019:
My dearest Aunt Mary. I will miss so many things about you and have such fond memories. The many times you visited us in Canada with Uncle Jim. All the times visiting you in Endicott and staying with you in your home. Waking up in the morning to the smell of bacon and pancakes on the griddle. Barking Chihuahuas wanting their specially grilled hamburger meat. Noopy, Zeus, Paco, Little guy, Mikey, Baby. The summer after high school where I lived with you and Uncle Jim. The many nights spent in your home, just relaxing, watching tv, reading, talking and enjoying your company. One special time is our trip to Greece together,to both experience for the first time, where our ancestors came from, your immediate parents. I will always remember you standing on top of the Acropolis awestruck, and can revisit the memories on the videos I made of the trip. I will miss your generous and feisty spirit and sense of humour. We love you Aunt Mary and you are in our hearts forever, Make sure you put on your lipstick before you go out. You always wanted to look classy. May you rest in perfect peace. Your niece and great niece, Alice and Charlotte Canada.
Tim Lambrinos left a message on July 2, 2019:
Of course Aunt Mary was well known to so many people in Endicott as “Aunt Mary.” And they really weren’t what one might categorize as standard nieces and nephews but because of her elegance, everyone felt honored to recognize her as Aunt Mary. Our real Endicott celebrity. Her style, polish and refinement were prominent; I’ve always felt so special that she was my Aunt. There are so many, many special moments and memories to reflect upon that have happened throughout her lifetime. So many of these special moments will endure through my own lifetime, too. Whether it was when we were waking up to a great home-cooked breakfast comprised of pancakes, syrup, eggs and sausage or venturing out to pick up some Phil’s chicken or even grabbing a light afternoon snack of Lupos speedies, her enduring harmony will remain the most special to cherish. This petite lady was indeed classy, strong-willed, quick-witted and a delight for me to forever be associated as family. Just like being right next to a precious jewel. Her nephew, Tim Lambrinos
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