Ida Saitas

  • Born: February 20, 1929
  • Died: April 11, 2017
  • Location: Manchester, New Hampshire

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Manchester, NH 03104

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Ida Saitas, 88, of Manchester, NH died on April 11, 2017 after a long-term illness.

Born February 20, 1929 in Manchester, Ida was the daughter of Katherine (Pervanas) Saitas and Cosmas Saitas. She resided in Manchester throughout her life.

Ida was a dedicated and lifelong member of the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church of which her parents were founding members. She sang in the choir for most of her adult life and was an active member in the local community. Her kindness towards all was one of her most enduring qualities.

Ida worked for General Motors Corporation for twenty years, and after a short retirement, she returned to work at the Manchester Welfare Department.

Ida was a loving and dedicated daughter, sister, and aunt. Her family includes one brother, Michael Saitas of Tulsa, OK; three sisters, Asimo Manelas of Fort Lauderdale, FL, Chrysanthy Hoover of Lakewood, CO, and Katherine "Katy" Pappas of Manchester, and many loving nieces and nephews who reside throughout the country. She was predeceased by her brothers, Xenophon Saitas, Harold Saitas, Stanley Saitas, and Stephen Saitas and her sister, Penny Kamberis of Manchester.

The funeral was held on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, 111 Island Pond Rd., Manchester. Committal prayers followed at Pine Grove Cemetery, Calef Road, Manchester. Donations may be made to the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, 111 Island Pond Rd., Manchester, NH 03109.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

My deepest sympathy to Ida's loved ones. Working w/Ida @ G.M., she was thoughtful & generous, always cheerful & such a delightful co-worker, who taught me my accounting job. Seeing her through the years, she remained the outgoing gal, always inquiring on how things were going, etc. May she rest in peace, enjoying her eternal reward.

Posted by Denise Latouche - Hooksett, NH - Coworker   April 22, 2017

To my wonderful Aunt Ida and sister of my Mother Penny:

You have always been a wonderful, kind and caring person and that showed in your classy manner of how you treated people regardless of there age, race, or religion.

You are everything that makes being Greek wonderful. I know my mother Penny will be waiting to greet you in Heaven!

Your Nephew Tom

Posted by Tom Kamberis - Hillsboro, NH - Family   April 17, 2017

Dear Ida - you were the nicest, most thoughtful person that I ever knew. You always had a smile when I saw you. Always concerned about my well being. It was a joy working with you at the welfare office and seeing you at the Merrimack Restaurant. You will be missed.

Posted by Laurie Gill - Manchester, NH   April 17, 2017

RIP Ida from Wendell Palmer's daughter, Donna

Posted by Donna Morse - Manchester, NH - Friend   April 17, 2017

Oh our sweet, sweet Ida.... We take solace in knowing you are in such a better place with your loving family that awaits you in heaven. You were such a sweet, loving and caring individual. You always put the needs of others before you. You always had a kind word and remembered all your family and friends. Even as your health declined, you held on to that glimmer in your eye and that smile was within you! We love you and we will miss you! May God rest your gentle soul amongst the righteous! May He give all of your family the comfort and strength needed during this difficult time!
With our deepest sympathy and love

Posted by Sophia and Maria Dongas - Tarpon Springs, FL - Family   April 13, 2017


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