submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 23.11.2012
Stamatoula Mavromatis Chlentzos celebrated her 106th birthday with friends and family in Pleasanton, CA.- November 1 , 2012
Stamatoula was born in Christoforianika, Kythera on November 1, 1906 to parents Antonis Mavromatis (1879-1968) and Giannoula Koulentianos Mavromatis (1878-1969)
In 1931 Stamatoula married Angelo Panagiotis Chlentzos ((1899-1982). A few months later they immigrated to the California, USA where she has lived ever since.
The following article appeared on Pleasanton Weekly.com
Pleasanton resident Stamatina (Tula) Chlentzos recently celebrated her 106th birthday with her family, including her great-grandson James Argiros, a 2012 graduate of Amador Valley High School.
Tula was born in Kythera, Greece, on Nov. 1, 1906, and came to America when she was 25. She married Angelo Chlentzos in 1931. She has two daughters, Teddi Zes from San Jose and Jeanne Argiros from Acampo, five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
She is a member of the Greek Orthodox Church in Castro Valley.
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