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Evangelia "Angie" Mazias, 62, of Carlisle, passed to eternal life on Thursday, September 8, 2011, at the M. S. Hershey Medical Center. She was born on December 21, 1948, in Neohorion, Greece, a daughter of the late Athanasios G. and Panagiota G. (Loupas) Zarkadas.

Angie was a young bride and had family obligations to fulfill and thus was not able to complete high school. In 1991, she decided to earn her high school diploma from Carlisle High School. She and her husband have owned and operated for many years the "Hamilton Restaurant and Lounge" in Carlisle. Her generosity and kindness touched the lives of so many people. Angie gave selflessly never expecting anything in return. Angie was a member of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Camp Hill, a board member of Syllogos Neohoriton of America and a member of Saint Catherine Philoptochos Society.

She is survived by her devoted husband of 45 years, Thomas A. Mazias, two sons; Athanasios T. (and his wife, Evangelia A.) Mazias and John T. (and his wife, Aglaia J.) Mazias, both of Carlisle, one brother, George A. (and his wife, Olga) Zarkadas of Carlisle, two sisters; Lamprini J. (and her husband, John T.) Balafoutas of New Oxford and Georgia A. (and her husband, Andreas A.) Asimakakis of Greece, four grandsons; Michael Gabriel, Thomas J., Theonas J. and Tommy A., all of Carlisle and many extended family members including her dear aunt and friend, Helen Kollas of Carlisle.

Angie will be remembered as a sister, wife, mother, aunt, and a true friend by not only her immediate and extended family but by patrons of the Hamilton and others who were fortunate to know her. Most of all, she will be remembered as "yiayia" to her four grandsons who truly were her pride and joy. Not a day passed that she did not make time for her "boys" either chasing them around the Hamilton, taking them to church services, attending their school and sports functions, or popping in during the evening with goodies (cupcakes, cookies, chocolate bars, or raspberries) to say goodnight.

Viewings will be held from 1 – 4:00 p.m. and 6 – 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, September, 11, 2011, in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle. A Trisagion service will be held at 8:30 p.m. on Sunday with Father Kostas Petrogeorge officiating. Services and burial will be held in Greece at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 1000 Yverdon Dr., Camp Hill, PA 17011 or to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society-Central PA, 800 Corporate Circle, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

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 We are so sorry to hear about Angie.
Please accept our condolences and know that we are
 thinking of you and care very deeply for you.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you.

Bob & Kathy Hippensteel

 Tommy & Family,
 We send our deepest sympathy and have you in our prayers.
 "Angie" will always be in our hearts and greatly missed by everyone.
 God Bless you all.

Ed and Connie Spertzel

 It hasn't been the same at the restaurant
 the past few years with Angie absent most of the time,
 but we were always there for her in prayer
 and thoughts throughout her struggles.
Our thoughts and prayer are with the family
 as they let her go to her future abiding place.

 Marie Baker - a Dickinson lunch/breakfast friend

 Carlisle has truely lost one of it's finest people.
 Tommy, please accept our condolences.

Stacy Weigle

Tommy and Family-
 Sending our thoughts and condolences to you at this time.

Keith and Lisa Kmecik

 Tommy and Family:
You are and will be in my thoughts and prayers
 in the days, weeks, months and years ahead.
You are blessed to have the beautiful memories
Angie has left you with.

The Lord will surround you during this difficult time
 and give you his peace.

Barbara Adams

Tommy & Family

My heart breaks for you at the passing of Angie.
 She was truly a treasure and will be missed by many!!
 Carlisle lost a truly wonderful human being
 and heaven gained another angel.

Joan Crowl, M & T Bank

 Dear Tommy & family & staff,
Our sincere sympathy in the loss of your loved one.

Your Canadian customers,
Georgette & Bernie Huneault


I'm so saddened to hear of Angies passing. I offer my deepest condolences and sympathy to you, your family, and all of the team at the mighty Hamilton.

Russ Lackey

Angie Mazias
Dear Tommy we are so sorry to hear of your great loss.  God be with you and your wonderful family.

the Wickard family

Our deepest sympathy to you Tommy, and all your family.  Angies' suffering is over and is in the hands of the Lord now.  She will be missed by alot of people.  The Lord has taken her home until you can be with her again someday.  May God be with you all.

Carol Murray, Dave and Christal Seiple from Shippensburg

Tommy, So Sorry to hear of Angie's passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Paul ( the tree man) and Kimmy

Tommy, Our thoughts and prayers our with you and your family. Angie will be missed deeply. It will not seem the same without her.

The Morehouse/Weidner Family

Dear Tommy and Family,
Our deepest sympathy to you and the entire Hamilton Family.
Angie will be deeply missed!

Bill & Chris Garland

Dearest Tommy: We are saddened
to have read of Angie's passing.
God will give you His peace and
comfort during this most difficult time. Our prayers will be with you and your families.

Robert and Susan Startzel


When the work is all completed,
He will gently call you Home
Oh the rapture of that meeting.
Oh,the joy to see you come!
My deepest sympathy,I keep you in my prayers

Albert Thompson/daughter Pamela

Tommy and family, We are sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers at a time when you need it the most. She will sadly missed.

Tom and Carol Boise

So sorry to hear about Angie. She will be missed.

Our prayers & thoughts are with you.

Ron & Rose Sheaffer

Tommy, My heart breaks for you, you lost your best friend, may God give you the strength during this time and remember she will always be with you in your heart!!

Daryl, Jennifer, Nicholas &Alexis Hurley

For Tommy and Family

It is sad to see the passing of Angie, but it is uplifting to
know that The Wings of the Angels will whisk her to Heaven.

Bill and Sharon Hoffman

 I am so sad to hear the news about Angie. She was a marvelous woman who was like a friend and mother to all of us who grew up in Carlisle and frequented the Hamilton Restaurant. I will never forget her warm smile and how she always could make the sun shine even at 3 in the morning. She lives in my best memories. I can't help but share your tears.

Tom Biebel - Atlantic City

So sorry for your loss. May God be with your whole family.

Vicki Martin

Tommy and Family,

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of "Angie" . Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Mark, Dawne, Ashley and Bryce Curlen

Dear Tommy and family,

I am sorry to hear of Angie's passing. Please know that you are all in my prayers.

Toni Rice

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Angie's family.

Bobby & Ida White  -- Carlisle,

 So sorry for your loss.
 May God be with your whole family.

Vicki Martin

We have been away and I just got caught up on Carlisle news.
 We are so saddened to read of Angie's passing.
 We will miss her smiling face at The Hamilton.
 I always loved to watch Tommy and Angie flirt with each other.
 Their love for one another so obvious!
May God bless and guide The Hamilton family through this sad time.
Mike and Margie Blumenthal

 Tommy and family,
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
 She will be missed by all.

Lew and Charlotte (extra water) Anderson

 Evangelia was a class lady with love for anyone.
  She will be remembered forever. 
I have send (with her) Ton Teleftaio Aspasmo
 Kai Sthn Nyfh Mou-Litsa (Karkavitsa) Kontogiannh -
 since I was late for her burial.
To her family we send our regards.

Bill + Lena Kontogiannis

To the Mazias Family,
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family on your great loss.
 I will be forever grateful for the kindness Angie and your family offered me
 during my years at Dickinson at your restaurant
 and the weekly visits to your Holy Trinity in Camp Hill.
 May her memory remain in the hearts
of those she touched and may she rest in peace.

Vera Kowal Krewsun, Dickinson Class of 1986,
 and Very Reverend Protopresbyter Nestor S. & Tamara Kowal

 My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Nancy Louise Shoemaker

 Tommy and Family,
Could not believe the news when it came through Facebook last week.
 I will certainly miss seeing Angie and hearing her call for ,
 Tommy give me two with everything".
 I never miss a chance to visit and eat at my beloved Hamilton when we get home.
Look forward to seeing Tommy in October. 

Doug Sliker, Snow Hill NC

Our family is deeply saddened at the loss of your wife, mother.
May God meet all your needs. My grandchildren love the "Hamilton" and we will miss seeing Angie. We send our deepest sympathy,
Jon Reisinger family, Jason Reisinger family
 and their mom, Patricia Swart

Tommy and Family;
My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Angie was such a wonderful person! She will be greatly missed.
Kaci (Sheaffer/Myers)

Deepest sympathy and condolences to you, your family and everyone at the Hamilton for the loss of such a vibrant person.

RoseMarie DeSisto

To The Mazias Family,
Although it is impossible to see beyond your pain, May we look back to good memories to comfort and help you today. May your heart and soul find peace and happiness. May the blessings of God be upon you, May peace is always within your soul, May its essence illuminate your heart, Now and forever more. Angie's kind soul and giving spirit touched so many and will never be forgotten. Tommy you and your family will be in our prayers. 

Hippensteel, Burchfield and Mayberry families

 Tommy and family,
 Know that the Owens family of Carlisle and
 the Daughtry family of Texas will truly miss your gems.
May God give you peace.

Donna Owens Daughtry


We at Massey's were sorry to hear of Angie passing. 
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time..

Harry & Darlene Brown 

 Dear Thomas Mazias,
We are profoundly sorry that you have lost your wife and business partner of many years.
 She was a remarkably wonderful person. It was a special pleasure to be greeted by her warm smile and caring personality each time we visited your restaurant. She made us feel like family.

We trust the many good memories of the life and love you shared with Angie
 will serve to ease your sorrow.

Don and vLillian Rowland

My deepest condolences to Tommie and his family on the loss of this wonderful lady who is now with the Lord. Eonia h mnimi tis.

Ernest Vovakis

 I would never come back to Carlisle without stopping by and saying hello to Angie and Tommy and having my fill of hachi dogs.

Tommy, I am so sorry for your loss and all the Dickenson Alumni that lost one of the nicest ladies anyone could have ever met. Even after all these years, she always remembered me.

Deepest sympathies,
Ellsworth & Christina Peiffer (Ells - Dickenson College Class of '79)

 Our Thoughts and Prayers to Tommy and family.
 Angie was a good wife, Mother,Grandmother, hard work.
She will be missed by everyone.
We use to go eat at the Hamilton.

Bill & Barbara Shrawder (Conway, S.C.)

 Tom and family,
Both Patra and I were sorry to hear about the passing of Angie.
We always looked forward to seeing her when we came to Carlisle.
May she rest in peace.

Bard and Patra Rupp

Tommy and family;
I am so sad to hear about Angie's passing. She touched so many lives and will be missed by anyone who knew her. My prayers go out to you. 

Dori Traxler

Tommy and family:
 I am so sorry to hear about Angie in church.
She will be greatly missed by all. I loved her smile.
Words are hard to find at this time.

Love Always: Debbie
Debbie & Jim Mentzer

 Tommy & Family,
 We are sadden to hear about Angie. We thought & prayed about her often while she was fighting her battle. We are sure she is in a safe place and hopefully opening a great resturant in the heavens. We will miss her & please know our hearts & prayers are there for you as well. May God bless.
Russ & Grace
(Grace & Russ Yinger)

 Tommy & Family,

I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your wonderful bride and mother! Angie wore a smile sensationally and shared it just as magnificently!! Tommy, thank you and Angie for taking such great care of all the young athletes, students, and residents of Carlisle that had the privilege of frequenting your restaurant. Heaven is filled with wonderful people that it will be so good to see again!! God Bless you Tommy, ANGIE, and your family!! Thanks again Tommy...and continue to live a life that Angie would be proud of! In very short order...much sooner than many of us realize...we will be reunited with our loved ones in Heaven!! Hopefully you'll be experiencing many memories filled with love, laughter, and lots of smiles!!
Your friend, Doug Arbegast, Carlisle HS Class of 1977 

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