In memory of

Despina Lambropoulos

December 20, 1934 -  February 7, 2019

Despina Lambropoulos (nee Papadopoulos) was born in Alissos, Greece on December 20th, 1934. She leaves behind the love her life, Aleko with whom she spent 63 wonderful years and together they created their beautiful family. Proud mother of Dea and Chris, her world was completed with the addition of daughter-in-law Diana and finally her two amazing granddaughters, Stephanie and Christina, both of whom she adored and was so tremendously proud.

Daughter of Polihroni and Kondilia, she was the eldest sister to 5 siblings and will be so terribly missed by her surviving sisters, Athanasia Maroudas and Evaggelia Soldevila. She was the very much adored sister-in-law of Kostantino Maroudas and Jaime Soldevila. Predeceased by her brothers, Christos, Yiannis and Kostantinos and nephews Kyriakos and Polihronis (Greece). She was an amazing aunt to Polihronis and Kyriakos (Germany), Peter (Tammy), Andy (Dora), Christina (Harry) and Lydia (Dimitri).

Beloved wife, mother, mother-in-law, sister, aunt, grandmother, nouna, and friend, her loss is felt by too many to name but all of whom will continue to remember her absolute love of life and her amazing spirit. She was the adviser, the confidant, the story teller, the teacher, the memory keeper, and our heart and soul.

Family meant the world to her, and she loved any and every occasion that allowed her to be with them. Her heart was so full of love, she had still more room for many dear friends and cherished them all so very much. She will be very dearly missed by many both here and in Greece.

Despina loved life with every fiber of her being and fought for every last minute she could before finally leaving us here to be with our Lord and all those she so loved in Heaven. The amazing stories of her lifetime are too many to be captured here but we will be telling them as she remains forever in our memories and hearts.


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Linda MacLeod (Plan fellow employee)

Entered February 11, 2019 from newmarket, ontario

I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Please accept mine and my family's condolences and may our prayers help comfort you.

Lydia Soldevila (Niece)

Entered February 13, 2019

I wonder if everyone is as blessed as I have been to have grown up so close to their Aunts ... to have been treated like the favourite child and to have been so loved. I have so many treasured memories, stories and adventures that we shared. I am missing you so terribly already. Thank you for being an amazing influence in my life. Love you forever, thea mou.

Bill & Dina Tombros (Simbetheria)

Entered February 13, 2019

Kalo Paradiso, Despinaki. Our hearts are saddened at your loss. We will always remember your beautiful smile, your warm heart and your love of life. Rest in peace.

Eva Soldevila (Sister)

Entered February 13, 2019

An emptiness that cannot be filled and a heartache that cannot be soothed. Rest peacefully now, αγαπημένη αδελφή.

Joanna & Lidio Godino (Loved ones, family)

Entered February 14, 2019 from Richmond Hill

Most of my childhood memories include my Thea Despina. I will always remember her with fondness, smiles and love. Thea RIP and give my parents a love filled hug from us. We will miss you terribly but our memories of you will always make us happy🙏🏽❤️

Life Stories 

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Lydia Soldevila-Tombros (Niece)

Entered February 12, 2019

If you ever needed advice - she was sure to give it.
If you ever needed someone to talk to - she was sure to listen.
If you ever needed to know about something - she was sure to have an answer.
If you ever needed someone - she was sure to be there.
She was the life of the party.
She was the mover and the shaker.
She made the impossible - possible.
She made the regular - wonderful.
She was everything - I want to be.


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