In Memory

Sue 'Soula' Dounias (Lentini) - Class Of 1965

Soula “Sue” (Dounias) Lentini, passed away from a long battle with Cancer on Weds, May 2, 2018. Beloved wife of Anthony Lentini. Loving mother of Deborah (Anton) Marano and Jennifer Riva. Step-mother of the late Aimee Lentini. Dear sister of Maria (Dominic) Fucone, JoAnne (Nick) Willming and the late Dena Dounias. Devoted grandmother of Mia, Anton and Gianluca Marano.

Here is Sue greeting everyone at the 2010 Reunion. She always had a smile on her face.

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05/02/18 11:06 PM #1    

Paul Levine (1966)

I was saddened to hear of Soula’s passing. Although 

We didn’t know each other at Austin, we were connected 

With the Austin Spirit and I quickly found out Soula was 

All Business, with a Big Heart.

It was a pleasure working with her on the 2010 

Reunion Committee. She was Totally Devoted to 

Having a Thoughtful and Classy Event. This who

She was and stood for. 

05/03/18 11:53 AM #2    

Frances Spivey (Buck) (1965)

So sorry to hear of Soula's passing!  She and I were close friends in high school, but unfortunately didn't keep in touch.  We were both baton twirlers and loved going to all events at Austin.  Soula loved to dance and go to Activity Night.  We'd yell the cheers at football games until we were hoarse.  She had loads of energy and loved Austin high School.  Soula and her family are in my thoughts and prayers.

05/03/18 01:30 PM #3    

Joyce Iasillo (Gipson) (1965)

I am saddened by this news. I knew of Sue in HS but we hung out with different people. However I served with her on the Reunion Committee and it seems like only yesterday she went out of her way to help me find something I was searching for online. She was cheerful and patient and most helpful. I emailed her privately after that to send healing thoughts her way. Very nice and a privilege to know her, even for a short time. My thoughts are with her family and friends as they grieve the loss of their loved one.

Joyce (Iasillo) Gipson

05/05/18 04:31 PM #4    

Kathleen Chavez (Kareem) (1965)

I am so so saddened to hear of the passing of my friend Soula. I know that she had a tough struggle toward the end so I'm glad her suffering is over. Soula and I were best friends through grade school and I have many very wonderful memories of our time togther. I will always cherish those memories and I pray for comfort to her beautiful family. Till we meet again.....

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