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Mary Elizabeth Stevens Print E-mail

Mary Elizabeth Stevens

Of North Andover, formerly of Lowell
 Mary Elizabeth (Murphy) Stevens, of North Andover, formerly of Lowell, died peacefully on Wednesday, March 1st at the Edgewood Retirement Community. She was the beloved wife of the late Jonathan Tyler Stevens who died January 14, 1997. He was a well-known Lowell businessman, owner of the former Stevens Business Services.
 Born in Clinton, Massachusetts, July 8, 1915, the only child of the late Cecelia (Gibbons) Murphy and the late Frank W. Murphy, a funeral director in Clinton for over 50 years, she attended Clinton schools and was a graduate of Clinton High School. Eager to further her education, she then went on to attend the College of Our Lady of the Elms in Chicopee, MA and graduated from Emmanuel College in Boston with a Bachelor of Arts degree in education. Her college yearbook described her as “refinement personified”.
 Before retiring, Mary was Chairman of the Tewksbury High School English Department for 10 years. Previously, she taught at the high school for over 25 years. She was known for her high standards for students and faculty alike.
 She was long time communicant of the Immaculate Conception Church in Lowell.
 Mary lived in Lowell for over 50 years before moving to Edgewood Retirement Community in North Andover when it opened in 1997. She was well-known at Edgewood and was for many years responsible for arranging their cultural events.
 Mary was involved with many charitable and civic organizations in Lowell. She served as a corporator and President of the Auxiliary at Lowell General Hospital, President of the Lowell Garden Club, member of the Paint & Powder Club, a supporter of the Whistler House Museum of Art and Girls Incorporated of Greater Lowell, an advisor at the American Textile History Museum, and was a golfer and member of the Vesper Country Club for over half a century.
 She loved the arts, whether it be a beautiful flower arrangement, a painting or a symphony. She and her husband Jon traveled the world over and particularly enjoyed Bermuda and St. Croix. They spent many happy years vacationing at Drakes Island in Wells, Maine.
 Mary is survived by a nephew D. Tyler Stevens and his wife Ruth of Bartlett, NH; a niece Martha L. Kiernan and her husband Eugene of San Jose, CA; three grandnephews; a grandniece; two great-grandnieces; one great-grandnephew; and two cousins Mary T. Donnelly and Eleanor M. Gibbons both of Clinton, MA.
 It being her wishes, there will be no calling hours. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass to be celebrated on Wednesday morning at St. Michael Church in North Andover (PLEASE MEET AT CHURCH) at 10 o’clock immediately followed by a life celebration at Edgewood Retirement Community, 575 Osgood St, N. Andover. Friends are also invited to attend her graveside Committal Service on THURSDAY at Lowell Cemetery at 12 o’clock noon. E-condolences/directions at Those wishing may make contributions in her memory to Lowell General Hospital, c/o Philanthropy Office, 295 Varnum Ave, Lowell, MA 01854. Arrangements by Funeral Director James F. O’Donnell, Jr. (978)-458-8768.         
Gerald M. Brewster Print E-mail


Gerald M. Brewster

Rest in Peace
 Gerald ”Gerry” M. Brewster passed away unexpectedly at his home on March 1, 2017. He was 63 years old.
 Born in Wichita, Kansas on November 7, 1953 to the late Helene (Payton) Brewster and the late Emmett Brewster,  he grew up in Lowell and was a graduate of Lowell High School.
 Upon graduation from high school, he operated a successful roofing business, Fairmount Roofing, throughout the 1980’s until its closure.  Always having an interest in cars, Gerry then worked for a short time at several car dealerships in the Merrimack Valley area.   
 In 2015, Gerry co-authored a memoir “Why, Brother Why? ” about his experiences of addiction. This memoir was a cathartic journey for him in which he hoped would offer encouragement and support to others in the same recovery battle.
 All that knew Gerry, knew of his sense of humor and unstoppable impulse for a good laugh. He was an avid sports fan, who never failed to place a “wager” on his favorite team. Gerry will be remembered for his colorful personality, tough presence and kind heart.
 He is survived by his only son, Michael McNulty of Dracut, two grandchildren, Sean and Kyle McNulty of Dracut, his brother, Bruce and his wife Rosemary (Quinlan), his nephew, Connor Brewster, and niece, Anarose Brewster all of Lowell, and his special friend and companion of many years, Karen DiPietro of Chelmsford, as well as many lifelong friends in the Lowell and Boston area.
 In following his wishes, calling hours have been omitted and a private Funeral Mass will be held at the convenience of his family.  E-condolences at Those wishing to make a donation in Gerry’s memory may do so to Zack’s Team Foundation. ( Arrangements by the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME – (978) 458-8768.
Irene M. Kostoulakos Print E-mail

Irene M. Kostoulakos

Loving mother, grandmother, godmother and aunt;
 Irene M. (Hatzithakis) Kostoulakos, 95, of Nashua, NH, but formerly of Dracut, died Wednesday March 1, 2017 at Courville of Nashua, New Hampshire. She was the beloved wife of the late Stephen J. Kostoulakos who died October 3, 2013 and whom she was married to for nearly 67 years.
 Born in Lowell, Massachusetts on December 22, 1921, a daughter of the late Michael and the late Gramatiki (Baharikos) Hatzithakis, she received her education in the Lowell School System.
 Irene was a member of the Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church of Lowell, MA where she was a lifetime member of the Philoptochos Society and a member of the Daughters of Penelope. She was also a member of St. Philip Greek Orthodox Church of Nashua, NH.
 Irene was known for making the best Thiples in town and for serving her Greek chicken soup every Sunday after church. She made plenty of soup for everyone and her door was always open for family and friends.
 She is survived by two daughters Marcia and her husband Donald LeBrun and Stephanie and her husband Stephen Pappas all of Nashua; two granddaughters Melissa Pappas of Nashua and Nicole Pappas of Boston;  a sister-in-law Shirley Kostoulakos of Nashua and a brother-in-law Arthur Kostoulakos of Dracut; and many nieces, nephews and Godchildren.
 Irene was predeceased by two sisters Aspacia “Pat” Kirlis and Frances Athanas.
 The family would like to express their deepest appreciation to the staff at Aynsley Place in Nashua, Courville of Nashua and Home Health and Hospice of Merrimack, NH for their loving and dedicated care, comfort and support.
 Friends will be received at the TRANSFIGURATION GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH 25 Fr. John Sarantos Way in Lowell from 10 to 11 A.M. on Monday immediately followed by a Funeral Service 11 o’clock. Burial to follow in Westlawn II Cemetery. E-condolences at In Lieu of flowers, those wishing may make contributions in her memory to the Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church, 25 Fr. John Sarantos Way, Lowell, MA 01852, to St. Philip Greek Orthodox Church, 500 W. Hollis St. Nashua, NH 03062 or to Home Health and Hospice, 7 Executive Park Dr., Merrimack, NH 03054. Arrangements by Funeral Director James F. O’Donnell, Jr. (978) 458-8768.      
Cherry L. Moulton Print E-mail

Cherry L. Moulton

Loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and sister;
 Cherry L. (Winship) (LeHouillier) Moulton, 58, of Lowell, died Tuesday, February 28th at her residence.
 Born in Rochester, New Hampshire, October 14, 1958, she was a daughter of Rita (Fillion) (Winship) Heffernan of Lowell and the late Lorenzo Winship.
 Before retiring, Cherry was employed as a Folder for Empire Linen Service in Lowell.
 In addition to her mother, Cherry is survived by a daughter Kristen Purser of Lowell; six siblings Jackie Kimball and Linda Goodwin both of Rochester, NH, Eileen Langlois and her husband Bill and Dianne Langlois and her husband Walter all of Lowell, Dennis Winship of Rochester, NH and Debbie Ogden and her husband Frank of Lowell; six grandchildren; a great-grandson; and many nieces and nephews.
 She was also mother of the late Angel Winship and sister of the late James Winship.
 Relatives and friends may call for a Memorial Visitation at the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME 276 PAWTUCKET ST. at Fletcher from 11 A.M. to 12 P.M. on Monday immediately followed by a Memorial Service in the Funeral Home at 12 P.M. E-condolences/directions at Arrangements by Funeral Director James F. O’Donnell, Jr. (978) 458-8768.     
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