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Aspasia Angelus, devoted to family, Greek heritage

By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / February 14, 2006

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James Angelus owned Boston Baking Co., but at dinner after services at the Greek Orthodox cathedral, his goods were not on the table. He ate pastries prepared by his wife, Aspasia. So did their children. So did the ever-present guests who filled the family's Waban house each Sunday afternoon. (Full article: 688 words)

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