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November 22, 2011
May the pain of your loss be overcome by the joy of having him. Our sincere condolances for your loss. Just the other day I was thinking about the good old days in Jersey City when I would go to your plant on Grand street and get one of those wonderful bundles of hot dogs wrapped in brown paper and tied with a string. That memory has stayed with me for over sixty years thanks to Mr. P.
November 22, 2011
Our deepest condolences to the Papalexis family on behalf of the family of Katina Maravelias the daughter of George and Maria Maravelias.(Athens )
November 21, 2011
My sympathies to the Papalexis family. Heaven now has the best hot dog man and hot dogs ever. Just knowing there will be a cart in Heaven with the yellow and blue unbrella makes me smile. Mayann Sammamish Washington
November 21, 2011
My deepest condolences.

With sincere sympathy,
Spyros Gallis, grandson of Nikolas Maravelias.
November 21, 2011
You'll would never belivie this, I live in Charlotte, yesterday I was thinking about those delcious Franks in Papaya juice, ohhh that's what I miss about New York you will walk a few miles. Mr. Papalexis, Most people will thank you for the memories of enjoyable exprience. I thank his family and I hope they find comfort in the Scriprtures.
November 21, 2011
To the family,

I wish you all well at this time in your lives. You had a very special man in your lives and a man that created a very special product which is our dog of choice in our home. RIP Gregory
November 21, 2011
pico
November 21, 2011
My deepest condolences. At the end of each life is a legacy of love and memories. Continue to cherish those wonderful memories as they become more precious in the days to come. And know that God will help you endure, because nothing is impossible for God and he makes no mistakes. James 4:8 says..Draw close to God and he will draw close to you

With Sincere Sympathy,
November 21, 2011
Dear Helen and families; I heard that your husband was sick and retired from the hot dog business a couple of years ago and am sorry to hear of his passing; I remember your mother, your brother, your children and your husband from our many trips to the Roxy and have enjoyed your hot dogs for many years.
Your cousins,
Peter Skokos and family
November 21, 2011
May God Bless him and his family. Im 62 years old and my dream has always been to go to Beautiful New York and have a Hot dog from this famous Cart. Maybe one day, but until then may his family be charish his memories.

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