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November 29, 2011
From the Papalexis' family of Detroit Michigan our sincere condolences. George Papalexis
November 26, 2011
One of the earliest memories I have is of my father taking me to a hot dog stand in Brooklyn on Saturdays and buying me frankfurters. After all these years, the product was never cheapened. Funny how saddened I was learning of the passing of the man who made those frankfurters. My condolences to the Papalexis family.
November 24, 2011
May the God of comfort give you peace during this time of sadness. Please mediate on His words at Psalm 29:11.
November 24, 2011
He was truly a visinarie and he will be missed..My heart goes out to the family...Ecclesiastes 9:5 is a source of encouragement it says that the dead are concious of nothing and that wages are no more...so we do know that they are not suffering and that`s a comfort in itself.
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