In memory of

Constance "Dina" Eliopoulos

May 3, 1935 -  June 17, 2020

Constance (Dina) Eliopoulos passed away on June 17, 2020 in Scarborough at the age of 85. She is survived by her daughters Lee and Christina (Mark) and son Peter; brother Jim (Maria) and sister Evelyn (Ted). Dina was preceded in death by her husband Nick, parents Christina and Theodore Paris, and brother George (Connie).

Dina’s love of life was matched only by her love and support of her children. Dina enjoyed playing and teaching piano, had a quick wit and an infectious laugh. A staunch supporter of her beloved Blue Jays, Dina cheered them on to 1992 and 1993 World Series wins.

There will be a private funeral service held for immediate family.

To commemorate Dina’s affection for all creatures big and small, and her support for her kid’s volunteer activities with the following groups, memorial donations may be made in her name in lieu of flowers:

Team Chelsea Lost Pet Search Group. This grass-roots organization based in Durham Region provides assistance for lost and found pets, in the form of search and rescue, wellness and much more. This is a volunteer-based charity and is not registered so receipts are unavailable. Donate via Paypal (Team Chelsea Lost Pet Search Group) or etransfer to

Catty Cat Catuary is a private cat sanctuary who’s founder passed away. Friends are pitching in to help the remaining cats get healthy and find new homes. All money raised goes directly to vet bills, food, litter etc. This is a volunteer-based charity and is not registered so receipts are unavailable. Copy and paste the link to donate to the Go Fund Me fundraiser page:

Toronto Wildlife Centre is a registered charity serving the GTA, helping wildlife in need through rescue, rehabilitation, education and outreach.


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Diane and Blair Fraser (Aunt)

Entered June 19, 2020 from Oshawa

Aunt Dina was such a sweetie. Loved to laugh. She had a beautiful smile that matched her disposition. Thinking of everyone. take care of each other. Dianne and Blair Fraser.xo

Brian T Morimoto (Friend of Lee Ellis)

Entered June 19, 2020 from North York

Dear Lee,
Once again, I 'd like to extend my deepest condolences and sympathies to you, and your family. My thoughts are with you, during this sad and difficult time.

Art & Anita Barker (Former neighbours)

Entered June 19, 2020 from Toronto

Our deepest sympathy to the Ellis family. We were neighbours for many years
And have very fond memories of mrs Ellis. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Luan Egan 

Entered June 19, 2020

Lee, I met your Mum once, at a fundraising Spaghetti (and no balls) dinner a number of years ago. But you have shared the love and companionship the two of you shared on social media so that I mourn her loss as if I had known her. I hope those memories will keep her close to your heart,


Entered June 19, 2020 from Scarborough

So sorry for your loss.My heartfelt condolences to the family...God Bless...😔


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