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Miranda Trohalakis Enepekides
December 2, 1936 - January 19, 2021
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<div itemprop="description">It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved mother, Miranda Trohalakis Enepekides, on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, in Montreal, at the age of 84.<br><br>She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. She leaves behind her husband, Nick Enepekides, with whom she shared her life for 54 wonderful years. She will be greatly missed by her children Danny (Elena), Terry (Maria), Angie (Spiro). She will be lovingly remembered by her grandchildren Nicolas, Jordan, Anna, Miranda, Kristina, Eleni, and John. She also leaves behind her sisters-in-law Betty and Ephimia, as well as her beloved six nieces.<br><br>Miranda was an inspiration to so many. She was guided in life by her faith and love for friends and family. Her kindness and free spirit filled our lives with joy, love, and laughter. Her beautiful smile and infectious laugh welcomed so many into her home and her hospitality, which was true to her Cretan roots, was legendary. She was a devoted and caring daughter and daughter-in-law. She was an incredible mother to her three children in whom she instilled her generosity, sense of humor, and caring nature. Her strength, resolve, and unconditional love were the pillars of her family and she will be desperately missed. She lives on in our memories and in the immeasurable impact she has had on all those lucky enough to have been a part of her long, full, and beautiful life.<br><br>The family would like to extend special thanks to the staff at the Jewish General Hospital and her devoted caregiver Jonathan who cared for her like one of his own.<br><br>Due to circumstances in regard to the pandemic, a private event will be held in her memory. <br>In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Jewish General Hospital would be appreciated. <br></div>