Georgia L Ypsilantis Co Founder Accufile & Former Public Law Librarian Passes – Boston Globe Obituary

March 10

YPSILANTIS, Georgia L. Of Arlington, MA, 91, passed away peacefully on March 9, 2022. Beloved wife of the late Homer Nicholas Ypsilantis. Devoted mother of Nicholas H. Ypsilantis and his wife Kathy, Evan H. Ypsilantis and his wife Effie, and Mark H. Ypsilantis and his wife Jane. Devoted grandmother of Christina Karalolos (Ypsilantis) and her husband Cosmo, Alexander Ypsilantis and his fiancée Kat, Everett Ypsilantis, Evan H. Ypsilantis, II, Luke Ypsilantis, Petra Ypsilantis, and Caterina Ypsilantis.

Daughter of the late Nicholas C. Lempesis and the late Maria Lempesis (Menounos), former proprietors of the legendary Elite Café on Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, MA (now known as the Plough & Stars).

Also survived by nieces, nephews, several cousins, and friends. She had many enjoyable years at her summer home in West Harwich on Cape Cod with her husband, family, and friends.

She was a devoted member of St. Athanasius The Great Greek Orthodox in Arlington, MA, for more than 60 years, having served on the Lady Philoptochos Society for several years. Born in Cambridge, MA, she was a true Cantabrigian.

Avid Boston sports fan, especially the former Boston Braves National League baseball club located across the Charles River from where she grew up. Graduate of Cambridge Latin High School. Graduate of Portia Law School (now New England School of Law) earning a Juris Doctor degree in 1951. Pillar of the Boston legal community.

She was one of the 1st female practicing attorneys in Boston. She served for many years as an Acquisitions Law Librarian at the Social Law Library in Boston. In 1986, she and her son Nicholas co-founded Accufile, an information and research management firm now located in Lexington,

MA. Dynamo, driven, charismatic, and not afraid to speak her mind – “I will wear my heart upon my sleeve” (Othello). Fire and brimstone with a wink and a smile. “I’ll fix him (her)” was an often coined phrase on the tamer side. May her memory be eternal. Dearest Mom and Yiayia. Funeral Services on March 15, 2022 at St. Athanasius The Great Greek Orthodox Church, 4 Appleton St., Arlington, MA at 10AM. Visiting Hours will be held on March 14, 2022 from 4PM to 8PM at Faggas Funeral Home, 551 Mt. Auburn St., WATERTOWN, MA. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the above named church. Burial in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA, next to her late beloved husband Homer N. Ypsilantis. For online guestbook, visit Faggas Funeral Home 800-222-2586