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Mabel T. “Mal” (Tickelis) Callas, Methuen School Secretary, Dies at 89

March 7, 2017

BOSTON, Massachusetts – MaMabel T. “Mal” (Tickelis) Callas, 89, of Bradford, died Friday morning, March 3, at Penacook Place Nursing Home, Haverhill, WHAV News reports.

She was born in Haverhill, March 25, 1927, daughter of the late Emanuel and Despina (Kelaithou) Tickelis. Educated in the Haverhill school system, Callas graduated from Haverhill High School, class of 1944.

She was employed for a period of time as a secretary at the former William Bixby Co., Haverhill, and also as a secretary for the Methuen School System. Known for her baking and excellent Greek pastries, she was a lifelong member of Holy Apostles Saints Peter and Paul Greek Orthodox Church, Haverhill, Callas enjoyed reading, walking, cooking and cherished time spent with her grandchildren.

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