Beacon Hill resident stays connected to family in Greece
LOMBARD – Photos of Dimis Wyman’s children and grandchildren are scattered throughout her apartment at Beacon Hill.
There’s a large photo of her son, Blair, on his wedding day, and then there are photos of people with dark hair and olive skin who bear few physical similarities to Wyman. These pictures are of her foster daughter, Vasiliki, and Vasiliki’s children and grandchildren.
In the mid-1960s, Wyman, 75, joined a program now called Plan International USA, an organization that connects children in poor countries to sponsors in America. She was assigned to support Vasiliki, who lived in a mountainous village of Greece.
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