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William Constantopoulos

1959 - 2014 PITTSFIELD William Constantopoulos, 55, of 10 Union Street, Apt. 202, died Friday, Oct. 3, at his home surrounded by his loving family. Born on May 27, 1959, in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, he was a son of Sophia Nikolis Constantopoulos and the late Peter Constantopoulos. He attended schools in Lee, and was a 1977 graduate of Lee High School where he played soccer for all four years and onetime scored 13 goals in two games. He had attended Berkshire Community College. He had worked as a restaurateur and had worked for the family restaurant. He also owned and operated his own restaurants in Lee, Pittsfield and in Arizona known as Bill's Restaurant. He enjoyed the game of soccer and also enjoyed coaching kids in the game of soccer. He also enjoyed making people his famous paper roses. He had been a volunteer at Peter Pan Bus Lines in Pittsfield. He is survived by his mother Sophia Constantopoulos of Lee; two sons, Jamie Constantopoulos of Tenn., and Peter Constantopoulos of Pittsfield; a daughter, Eleni Constantopoulos of Ariz.; a brother, Chris Constantopoulos and his wife, Elizabeth, of Lee; two sisters, Jane LaGrant of Lee, and Maria Newman and her husband, Peter, of Lanesboro; and three nephews, Panayiotis Constantopoulos, Paul Boutiette, and Shane LaGrant. FUNERAL NOTICE: Funeral services will be held Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 11 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church, Fenn St. in Pittsfield with the Rev. Alfred L. Johnson, Sr. officiating. Burial will follow in the family plot in Fairmount Cemetery, Lee. Calling hours at DERY FUNERAL HOME, 54 Bradford St. Pittsfield will be Tuesday from 4 - 7 p.m. In lieu of flowers memorials in his memory may be made to PAN MASS CHALLENGE/JIMMY FUND in care of the funeral home.


Published in The Berkshire Eagle on Oct. 5, 2014
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