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Vasilios "Billy" Antoniadis
October 5, 1962 ~ March 9, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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HAVERHILL - Vasilios “Billy” Antoniadis of Haverhill, MA passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 9, 2023 surrounded by his family.
Vasilios was born on October 5, 1962 in Trikala, Greece, son of the Efihia (Tolios) and the late Nikolaos Antoniadis and came to the US in 1971. He was a graduate of Haverhill High School Class of 1980 and attended Northeastern University for Civil Engineering.
Bill and his wife Jo-Ann worked side by side as owners of My Brothers Pizza Place, in Andover, MA for 20 years before they decided to retire early to spend time with their children.
Bill was a man of many hobbies. He was a season ticket holder to the Patriots for over 25 years, he loved his 1969 Stingray Corvette and his Harley Davidson Fat Boy. His true love in life was cooking, he could cook for just about anyone. He enjoyed having family dinner nights with his family and learning different cooking techniques.
Bill was a family man. What brought Bill the most joy in life was his family including his wife, Jo-Ann, children, Nicholas Antoniadis and Sophia Regan and husband Kevin, granddaughter Isabella Regan. He also leaves behind his brother Athanasios Antoniadis and wife Deborah, mother Efihia Antoniadis and all of his loving nieces, nephews and cousins. He loved beach days, road trips and traveling. One of his favorite places was Walt Disney World where he was an Annual Passholder and where he loved staying at the Polynesian Resort.
Bill was a jack of all trades, from cooking, to cars, to home improvement. If it broke, he could fix it. If you gave him a call, he could figure it out. In addition to this, he will be most remembered for his crazy pranks, his love for capturing every memory on video or photo, and for being the go-to guy for Netflix recommendations.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 18, in the Driscoll Funeral Home, Haverhill from 1:00 to 4:00 PM. For guestbook, please visit www.driscollcares.com