Anastasia “Juliette” Prassinos, 96
Austintown……….Anastasia “Juliette” Prassinos, age 96 of Austintown, Ohio, passed away peacefully on September 25th in her daughter’s home surrounded by her family.
She was born March 24, 1923, in Marseille, France, the eldest daughter of three to Andre and Irene Manoilides. Juliette moved to the United States in 1957 with her husband, the late Basile Prassinos and their two children, Constant and Irene.
She and her family settled in Campbell, Ohio, where her children attended high school before moving to Austintown.
Juliette was a graduate of the Pigiet Business College and used her degree to earn a living as a book keeper, cashier, and accounting manager for various employers.
Juliette was a member of the Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church in Campbell, where she belonged to the Philoptochos Society.
She was preceded in death by her husband Basile Prassinos and her sister Marika Briano.
She leaves behind her son, Atty. Constant (Dino) Prassinos (Linda) of Austintown; daughter Irene Flowers (Dr. Robert) of Austintown; six grandchildren, Andre Prassinos (Heather) of New Zealand, Christopher Flowers of Colorado, Patti Kolias (Michael) of Maryland, Basile Prassinos (Kellie) of Florida, Dr. Alexandre Prassinos of Connecticut, Jacqueline Juliette (J.J.) Flowers of Austintown; and step grandson John Snyder (Missy) of Ravenna; five great-grandchildren, Maria, Freddy, Dylan, Sierra, and Christian; two step great-grandchildren Jaren and Avery; a sister Vasilia Palmieri of France; two nieces Vasilia Briano of France; Mariange Puccetti of France; a nephew, Jaques Palmieri (Claudette) of Canada; and many great nieces, nephews, and cousins.
She was loved and respected by all of her family and close friends. Her energy was noticed by everyone, especially while caring for her great-grandchildren full time at the age of 86. She was full of life and always smiling and dancing.
She loved her family with a fierce vitality. She will be remembered as the matriarch of a far-flung family spanning three continents whose courage in the face of adversity, wisdom, and kindness, were admired by all.
The family will receive friends from 5-8pm Friday evening, Sept. 27th, at Wasko Funeral Home, 216 Coitsville Road, Campbell, and again on Saturday, Sept. 28th from 9 to 10am at Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church.
There will be funeral services on Saturday, September 28, at 10:00 a.m. at Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church, 401 12th Street, Campbell, Ohio.
The family wishes to thank the doctors and staff at Mercy Health St. Elizabeth Boardman as well as the staff at both Shepherd of the Valley-Poland and Hospice of the Valley, two not for profit organizations, for their kindness, care and support. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to one of these two amazing organizations.
Hospice of the Valley
5190 Market Street, Boardman OH 44512
Shepherd of the Valley - Poland
301 W. Western Reserve Rd., Poland OH 44514