St. Mark Of Ephesus
"Today in America we enjoy a Church life enriched in a multitude of ways; with beautiful choirs and liturgical music, religious education programs for children and adults, charitable programs, youth programs, seminaries, a growing enthusiasm for spiritual and theological writings and journals, and much more.  Virtually none of this existed at the beginning of the twentieth centruy.  We owe a great debt to the generations that have come before us who built a vibrant Church life from very little more that their own commitment and faith and the mighty grace of God." - from The Saint Nina Quarterly magazine

Some of the people who have helped build our community at Saint Marks have gone before us to the Lord.  Please keep them in your prayers -

O God of spirits and of all flesh, Who hast trampled down death and overthrown the Devil, and given life to Thy world, do Thou, the same Lord, give rest to the souls of Thy departed servants in a place of brightness, a place of refreshment, a place of repose, where all sickness, sighing, and sorrow have fled away. Pardon every transgression which they have committed, whether by word or deed or thought. For Thou art a good God and lovest mankind; because there is no man who lives yet does not sin, for Thou only art without sin, Thy righteousness is to all eternity, and Thy word is truth.

For Thou are the Resurrection, the Life, and the Repose of Thy servants who have fallen asleep, O Christ our God, and unto Thee we ascribe glory, together with Thy Father, who is from everlasting, and Thine all-holy, good, and life-creating Spirit, now and ever unto ages of ages. Amen.




May Their Memory Be Eternal

 

     Listed chronologically - click on the image to see a larger version



 

 

Archpriest Michael Margitich    November 11, 2017    First priest of St. Mark of Ephesus - father of Mark and his wife Gina and children Bobby and SImon - loved so dearfly by all

 

 

George Pappas       August 16, 2017    good friend of St. Mark's - devoted husband - Brother in Law of Nick Douzanis

 

 Vacellici "Betty" Cortissoz    October 1, 2016        wife of Paul, beloved parishoner - always smiling and helpful - an example to all

 

 Raisa (Rose) Eaton        August 2016  -  Beloved wife of Richard - both key members of our early parish community - pious and loyal

 

 Haig Karakashian     June 21, 2016     much loved  - gentle soul - inspiration to all     

 

 John Kosachook   (February 27, 2016)   -   loyal parish member - husband of Winifred (Freddie) - former mayor of Little Falls, NJ

 

 John Wozniak (November 23, 2015)  -  Founding father of our community - enabled us to purchase our building - humble leader - role model and pious Christian - loving husband of Anna - father of our beloved Sandy

The Rev. Naseeb Constantine Masood, 75, Duxbury, Mass., formerly of Altoona, died Jan. 15, 2015, after a long illness.

He was born in Altoona, son of Dr. Naseeb and Dorothy (Cassell) Masood.

Surviving are his wife, Diana (Bistany); six children: Daniel (Laurie), Gregory (Olga), Christopher (Ruth), Peter (Silvana), Andrea Tougas (Roger) and Alexandra Perrigo (Jonathan); 17 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. He also leaves his two brothers: Dr. Edward of Williamsport, Md., and Jonathan of Flower Mound, Texas; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.  Father Constantine was a 1957 graduate of Altoona High School and received his Master of Divinity from St. Vladimir's Russian Orthodox Theological Seminary, New York City, and an additional master's degree from Boston College in counseling psychology.

Father Constantine served as parish priest in Danbury, Conn.; Beckley, W.Va.; New Kensington; Philadelphia; Beaumont, Texas; South Glens Falls, N.Y.; and Omaha, Neb.

A funeral service was held Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, at St. Mark of Ephesus Orthodox Church, Kingston, Mass. Interment was at Mayflower Cemetery, Duxbury, Mass.

 

Josephine (Houhoulis) Papadinis   (February 13, 2012)   -   loving mother of our Cookie Bakas



Eleanor Kostachuk (November 27, 2011) - beloved and devoted wife of Victor - mother to Paula, Lynne and Debbie - grandmother to Jeff (George) - we miss you

 

Michael Rohr (May 2011) - wife Linda - daughters Christine, Suzanne, Jackie



Apollo Manchuk   (April 12, 2011)   Apollo and his wife Elizabeth used to visit St. Mark's.  They were from St. Nicholas Cathedral in Washington, DC.  May his memory be eternal.  




Fred Howard   (March 24, 2011)    Mr. Howard epitomized piety, grace, dignity and compassion - falling asleep in the Lord at age 103




Helen Mouchka (March 2011) - mother of Kathryn White




Victor Kostachuk   (May 6, 2010)    A man of quiet strength - devoted husband to Eleanor - well respected by all - member of the Finance Committee




Brynn Tessa Foley
   (January 29, 2010)   May God keep her safe and secure - she is loved

Nicholas J. Douzanis (January 22, 2010) - devoted family man - highly decorated Vietnam War veteran - Novice at Mt. Athos - peaceful, humble Servant of God

Lubov "Lovie" Dechio    (November 6, 2009)  
One of our Matriarchs - truly an inspiration for her piety, knowledge and strength of faith - a loving teacher to us all in the way of Orthodoxy






Anna Hotz Wallis  
(2009)   Nancy Haddad's mom

Dorothea "Becky" Lee   (November 30, 2008)   on the left in the first photo making palms with Cookie





Michael Markon  
(2008)   Truly a man of peace and piety - his steady presence was a spiritual tower within our community



Ed Elias
(right)   (2008)   with Subdeacon Peter




Jerry Mellinger  
(2008)   husband of Paula Mellinger




Margot Lorenzi  
(2008)   Ramon Mojica's mother - born 2/22/1922   "A most generous human being"





Nancy Gagliardi   (2005)   Father Antoni Gori's mom





Jean Brodeur  
(2004)   Her presence at every service demonstrated her love of the Lord

Joe Brodeur     (2010)   Jean's husband





John Pambuko  
(2004)   A man of quiet faith he was a solid part of our community




Robert Price  
(2004)   A stalwart member of our community - he served as Treasurer guiding us securely and with trust in God



David Steinemer  
(2004)   A quiet man, he worked dilligently behind the scenes in support of our community - his handiwork and construction abilities helped hold our community together




Louise McCann  
(2004)   John Panmbuko's sister



Freda Bistany  
(2002)   Diana Masood's mother was another matriarch of our community - teaching us all about piety and Faith - we loved her bake sale goodies! 

Christina Marinos   (2002)





Mary Marberry  
(2001)   sister of Dorothea "Becky" Lee and one of the early members of our parish




Peter Nestervich   (1999)





George Sowpel
   (February 23, 1998)   His wide smile and hearty laughter will always be remembered along with the innocence of his Faith




Kathryn Wozniak  
(October 13, 1997)   mother of John Wozniak and grandmother of Alexandra "Sandy" Laferete




Theodora "Theresa" South
   (July 4, 1997)   Her strong Faith and courage during the most trying times was an inspiration to us all.



Virginia Stasinos   (1996)

Nicholas Stasinos   (1996)





Elwyn Paisii Atwood  
(February 27, 1993)




Anastasia Dubrovsky
   (1992)   Andrei's mother




Christina Neculescu   (
August 27, 1991)

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