Lisa Panteleakis

Chelmsford, Massachusetts

1958 - 2017


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Lisa (Noonan) Panteleakisof Nashua, NH NASHUA -- Lisa (Noonan) Panteleakis, 59, beloved wife of Michael Panteleakis, died unexpectedly Thursday, November 9th, at her home. She was born in Lowell, MA, on March 5th 1958. She lived in the Highlands section of Lowell for many years before moving to...

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Lisa I just can't believe you're gone from us... I should know better as 3 of my family members slipped away from us just like you did. May flights of angels guide your rest Darling and rush to comfort Mike, Nick, Gwen and all of your family as they learn to live without you.Holding you always in my heart. Felicia

My deepest sympathies to you and your family during this most difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers. She will be missed.

Dear Greg & Family,

I'm so sorry for the loss of your sister Lisa. I didn't know Lisa, but I'm sure she had the same kindness and good heart like her brother Greg. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.


Gail McDonald
Greer, Gretchen & Cary

My deepest sympathy to the Panteleakis & Noonan families. Lisa's fun loving ways and dedication to family & friends is difficult to put in a few simple words. She is a very nice lady that will be missed by Ralph and I. We were blessed to know her.

I'll miss you so much. I'll always remember the good times we had while baby sitting you and your siblings. My prayers are with you and your family always. We'll see each other again and have more good times.

So so sadden to read and hear the lose of Lisa. I loved her way dealing with people. Love visiting her at Gormley and how much she love and talked so much about her family. God bless all of the family and the Noonan Jamie, Greg . My heart breaks for all of you. Nick be strong for your mom she loved you so much and talked about your wedding before the business got sold. Hugs to all RIP Lisa

Patty Dokos

God Bless you my friend. You will be forever missed and never forgotten...

Deepest sympathy,
Linda & Johnny Tevepaugh

My sincere condolences to Lisa's family. I went to High School with Lisa. I will remember Lisa for her sense of humor and kind heart. Rest peacefully.