Panagiota Marangos

Panagiota Marangos

January 17th, 1934 – January 21st, 2024


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Panagiota  (Penny) Marangos.

Beloved wife of Evangelos Marangos, loving mother of Helen (Peter) Michalopoulos, Konstantinos Marangos, and Anna-Maria  Marangos. Devoted grandmother -yiayia- of Deanne Michalopoulos, James Michalopoulos , Jason (Tamarra) Brathwaite, Angelo Voulgarakis, Penny Marangos, Evanthia Marangos, and adoring great grandmother of  Jodan Brathwaite, Jayanne Brathwaite, Lucia Marangos, and Kiara Marangos .

She is also survived by her sister Anthoula Ioannou of Greece, many in-laws and numerous nieces and nephews in Canada and in Greece.

She was preceded by her brother Bobby Karkaletsis and her sister Maria Katsis.

Penny was born in Orion, Evoia, Greece, the eldest child to Konstantine & Helen Karkaletsis.

She met and married Evangelos Marangos on September 7th 1958.

While raising their young family, they immigrated to Toronto, Canada on September 27th 1972.

Penny quickly put her knowledge of being a seamstress to use, and graduated from George Brown College to restart her career in that industry.

Always the entrepreneur, she created many opportunities for herself and her family.

Her greatest joy was to be surrounded by her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.

Penny faced hardships and accepted life’s challenges with patience, courage, and dignity. Her strength and ability to overcome adversity is attributed to her strong belief in a higher power.

She loved to entertain and opened her home to friends & family alike.

She enjoyed singing, writing poetry, cooking, embroidery, and going to church.

Penny’s memory will be cherished by her family and all those who had the privilege to know her.



Thursday January 25, 2024


Sandalwood Chapel at St. John’s Dixie Cemetery, 737 Dundas St. E. Mississauga, at Cawthra

Prayers at 6:45pm



Funeral & Burial

Monday January 29, 2024


Prophet Elias Greek Orthodox Church, 1785 Matheson Blvd, Mississauga

Burial to follow at St. John’s Dixie Cemetery

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