Thomas Wourgiotis of Lowell, MA

September 29, 1950 -
November 19, 2023



Tuesday November 28, 2023

10:00 am - 11:00 am


62 Lewis Street, Lowell, MA




Tuesday November 28, 2023

11:00 am


62 Lewis Street, Lowell, MA




Tuesday November 28, 2023



90 River Road Tewksbury, MA 01876

Funeral Details


Thomas Wourgiotis, 73, passed away on Sunday, November 19, 2023. A lifelong Lowell resident, also Hampton, New Hampshire, he was known to all as Tommy or Tom.

The only son of the late George and Sophie (Dabilis) Wourgiotis is survived by his loving wife, Nancy J. Fagan. They recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary.

Tom graduated from Lowell High School in 1968. He received a Bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College and an MBA from Rutgers University.

He spent his initial working years in municipal and non-profit financial administration until deciding he needed a new challenge. He spent the rest of his career conducting criminal investigations of federal financial crimes as a Special Agent in the Criminal Investigation Division of the IRS.

After retirement he and Nancy traveled to France, Ireland, and England and various locations in the United States. He was happiest at their condominium in Hampton. He loved all sports, particularly basketball, where he was a referee.

Tom is also survived by his Aunt and Godmother Marion (Wourgiotis) Metropolis, his uncle Arthur Dabilis and his wife Regina Dabilis, and his Godchild Patricia (Shattuck) Adams-Guthro. He leaves many close friends from childhood through his working years, and his many loving cousins.

Tom and Nancy are grateful to the many dedicated doctors, nurses and staff for the care he received at Lahey Hospital in Burlington for the past five years as he battled renal cell carcinoma. Also, the staff at Lahey/Sawtelle Hospice House in Reading for their care and compassion in his final days.

Donations in his memory may be made to the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lowell.


Visiting hour Tuesday, November 28, 2023 from 10-11AM at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Lowell. Funeral service to follow at 11AM. Burial in St. Mary Cemetery, Tewksbury.  ARRANGEMENTS BY MORSE-BAYLISS FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041. Guestbook at

14 responses to “Thomas Wourgiotis of Lowell, MA”

  1. Joanna Kalergis Eckstrom says:

    I first met Tom 55 years ago when we became classmates at Lowell High School. Ove
    r the years, we’d see each other at reunions, church feast days or in a crowd at Hampton Beach – Tom never forgot the face or the name of a friend.

    Although it’s difficult to see beyond the sorrow of his passing, may looking back in memory help comfort Tom’s family today.


    Joanna Kalergis Eckstrom

  2. Paul Balakin says:

    Tommy Boy, a gentleman always. My condolences to his family.

  3. Robert Davidson says:

    Tom was a friend and school mate of mine. I’m sad to hear of his passing. Tom will be missed by all. ???

  4. Joyce (Moran) Lamb says:

    My sincere condolences to Nancy and family. He always kept LHS class of 68 together. Now he will gather all those who have passed before him. RIP
    Will keep you all in my prayers.

  5. Kathy (Pyne) Dasilva says:

    Tom was a wonderful Classmate at LHS. At our Reunions he graciously greeted me and I enjoyed talking to him about his career as a Criminal Investigator with the IRS. I extend my Deepest Sympathy to his wife and his Family. I wish Eternal Rest in Heaven for Tom!

  6. Carragh Callahan says:

    To Nancy and Tom’s family, it was a pleasure to get to know Tom. We always shared a lot of laughs, jokes, and made many Lowell connections. Tom was a beautiful soul.

  7. Sandy Koller says:

    Dear Nancy
    I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of Tommy. Maybe he Rest in Peace.
    My my thoughts are with u
    Sandy Chouprakos Koller

  8. Linda (Brogan) McLaughlin says:

    I knew Tom throughout our years at the Bartlett School and at LHS. He was always a kind and compassionate person. Forever taking a leadership role, he was always there for a friend in need. He truly was one of a kind. It was my pleasure to have known him. May he rest in peace.

  9. John Byrne says:

    Dear Nancy. I heard of the death of your husband and am so sorry. It’s very hard I know. Be strong and have faith in God. You both are in my prayers.

  10. Todd Prough says:

    I’m sorry for your loss. Tom was a great mentor early in my career at CBI and a continued friend. His generosity impacted me greatly.

  11. Kate (Kathy Winn) Laferriere says:

    I went through high school with Tommy; he was in my Home Room, with both of our last names starting with the letter “W” (my maiden name was Winn). He was such a gentleman and an amazing individual. I really loved him for all he did for us; he was always right there for everyone; all the time. What a wonderful man. My sincere condolences to the family and prayers for them.

  12. James Donahue says:

    Tom was a true gentleman and was very helpful to me early in my IRS career. I knew he enjoyed his trips to Saratoga, so when I had a case involving a racetrack, Tom was kind enough to accompany me to the track to give me a quick education. I always enjoyed my time with Tom. My sympathies to Nancy and all of Tom’s extended family.

  13. John W Olson says:

    Tom and I were together at Kappa Sigma for two years. I remember him as a loyal and compassionate Brother. He was a good guy with a great big heart.
    My condolences go to Nancy and his friends and family.

    John W Olson 1970
    Bowdoin College
    Alpha Kappa Sigma

  14. Jodi Paris Anastos says:

    Dear Nancy,

    I was so saddened to hear of Tom’s passing. He was always so welcoming at our LHS reunions, and it was nice to see him from time to time walking on the streets of Lowell. May his memory be eternal. Sending my deepest sympathy to you and family for your loss!

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