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Susan P. "Soupy" Mantsourani

October 24, 1945 - November 01, 2021

Susan P. "Soupy" Mantsourani

October 24, 1945 - November 01, 2021

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Obituary For Susan P. "Soupy" Mantsourani

Susan P. “Soupy” (Halepakis) Mantsourani, 76, of Peabody, died Monday at Beverly Hospital. She was the devoted wife of Charles Mantsourani with whom she shared over 57 years of marriage.

Born in Chios, Greece she was the daughter of Paula (Koutalis) Halepakis of Peabody and the late Matthew Halepakis.

She was full of life and always one for a party, she loved being around people and always made them laugh with all her jokes, she had such a great sense of humor. She was the most loving and caring wife to Charles Mantsourani and the best Mother and Best Friend a daughter could ever have Lisa Mantsourani. She is also survived by her sisters Gayle Adamson and Sandra Richards and by several nieces and nephews who she loved very much and was loved by many of her friends as well.

Visiting hours will be held on Friday from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM at the Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral Home, 82 Lynn St, Peabody followed by her graveside service at 1:15 at Cedar Grove Cemetery, Peabody to which relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. For directions and on-line obituary, visit www.ccbfuneral.com

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  • I am truly sorry to of the loss of my longtime friend, Soupy. Her and her family will be added to my special prayers. Please accept my condolences.

  • I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of my good friend's wife, Susan. Although it has been years since Charlie, Susan and I been apart since moving to Florida, I have always kept them and Lisa in my thoughts and prayers and always hoped I would see them all one day. I will always remember the good times we had growing up in Peabody and the many laughs over Susan's quick wit and humor. Will never forget her smile. My deepest condolences to Charlie and Lisa.

  • From 5 years old my mother worked at the Danvers Savings Bank. I used to call everyday and speak with Soupy on the phone. When I was a teenager I had a summer job at the bank and had to stop by and see her everyday. Her spirit lit up every room and I loved her big hugs. She was SPECIAL! She always looked like a million bucks. How lucky her family was to have her. RIP Soupy

  • Though it has been a while since I last saw Soupy, I think often about her inviting smile, her sharp wit, her uplifting laughter, and her innate ability to make everyone smile. I know Soupy's family was the world to her. My deepest sympathy as you remember member the wonderful person Soupy was to everyone who was blest to know her. Lisa Rose Mandel

  • Soups!!! my crazy ,laughing , fresh most times wonderful friend. I WILL MISS YOU!! Miss our conversations and catching up monthly about the neighborhood and THE HOUSE..lol My heart goes out to Charlie and Lisa. Huge hugs to you XOXO RIP my friend Love forever and always Stacy & Dan Shields

  • We are still in shock! Our sympathy goes out to the entire family. Sue & I go back to the days when she came to this country & we were very close. My mother made our clothes so Sue, Sandy & I were dressed alike. She made me laugh every time we talked on the phone & gave me the news about town before it hit the papers. When she needed help, she would always call Donnie. We loved her and the world will not be the same without her. Rest in peace my friend & we will meet again.

  • To Soupy's family: I am so very sorry for your loss. I knew her years ago from working at the bank, and she was one of my favorite people. Every encounter I had with her left me either laughing or smiling, or both. I wish you comfort in your time of sorrow. Stacey Barnett Rebmann

  • My darling Sue, I love you so much. I cannot believe you are gone. I will miss you every single day of my life. I will miss your nightly phone calls and your jokes and your laughter. You will always remain in my prayers. next to you, she deserves it. Rest in peace my dear friend. God, please give her a seat near you, she deserves it. Love always, Janie N.

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