Angeleke D. Siganos, 64, owner of beauty salons

January 15, 2004

Angeleke D. Siganos, former owner of several Baltimore County beauty salons, died of heart failure Jan. 8 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Timonium resident was 64.

She was born Angeleke Demos in Anderson, S.C., and moved with her family to Clinton Street in Baltimore. She was an Eastern High School graduate and studied cosmetology at the Dor-Rick School in Baltimore.

She was married in 1956 to John K. Siganos, a painter for the Klicos Painting Co. Since 1968, they had made their home in Timonium.

In 1976, Mrs. Siganos established her first salon, Athena Royale, in Ruxton Towers near Towson, offering hair styling, manicures, pedicures and European-style facials. She opened a second salon, Cleopatra's, on York Road in Lutherville, and finally the Hair Act in the Galleria at York and Seminary Avenue. She retired and sold the businesses after a heart attack in 1990.

Mrs. Siganos was active in Greek cultural organizations and was a member of the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, where services were held Monday.

Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Dina-Athena Vakiaros of Timonium; and a granddaughter. Her son, Kostantinos, died in 1964 after he was hit by a drunken driver as he walked home from school.

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