From the Papalexis' family of Detroit Michigan our sincere condolences. George Papalexis
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.
May the God of comfort give you peace during this time of sadness. Please mediate on His words at Psalm 29:11.
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.
Gregory, you will be missed. Thank you.
To the family of Gregory Papalexis- May God help you to cope with the death of your loved one, in this time of grief. Psalms 55:22. Georgia
Dear Papalexis Family,
Sad to hear of Gregory's passing. He was truly an inspiration to me on how he worked so hard and diligently everyday watching over and expanding the business he created. He will be missed.
We offer our condolences at your loss. He was truly one of a kind and we shall always remember how he treated our mother, Debra, and our aunt, Barbara. Karen & Suzanne Doof
Dear Kari and family,
There are no works however heartfelt that can ease your sorrow, but may it strengthen you to realize others care and are here for you.
Our sincere condolences for the loss of a wonderful husband and father. Gregory was so kind and always made grandpa feel so comfortable when i would bring him to the bakery..again, our thoughts are with all of you..
charlie, barbara, deirdra and celeste.the children of edna and the grandchildren of james papalexis.
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.
Our deepest condolences to the Papalexis family on behalf of the family of Katina Maravelias the daughter of George and Maria Maravelias.(Athens )
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
My deepest condolences.
With sincere sympathy,
Spyros Gallis, grandson of Nikolas Maravelias.
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.
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
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,
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.
Peter Skokos and family
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.
God Bless and thank you for the wonderful memories.
Ever since I was a kid, I have enjoyed Sabrett Hot Dogs....something that has never changed. It is a piece of my childhood...peace and my sympathies to the family...
My grandfather, Theordore Gavaris, was partner with Chris Palexis at the Olympia Bakery in the early 1900's. My dad, George, who died at age 100 earlier this year, often spoke of Chris Paplexis and his son. I remember visiting grandpa on Gun Hill Road in the Bronx and seeing him bring home hot dogs tied together and ready for cooking. May Mr. Paplexis rest in peace. My condolences to Helen and the family.
Rev. Dean Gavaris email@example.com
Dear Mrs P , Vicky , Nicky , Chris and your families. Gus and I are so sorry for your loss. We feel truly grateful and blessed to have known Mr. P. in our lifetime. He was a very kind, loving, smart and gentle man who will remain in our hearts and be truly missed forever. We also believe he is at peace fishing right now waiting until we can all be with him again in heaven. Amen - Love Gus and Gloria
We were all so blessed to have known this man. We will miss you Mr. P
Our deepest sympathies go out to the family. Love always, Constantine Soulellis (son of Ellas Maravelia) and family
Dear Helen,Chris,Vicki,Nikki ,Anita,Mary and families.
most heartfelt condolences for the loss of Gregory.
I feel that God spared him further pain and took him with Him to turn his gentle soul into the brightest Christmas Star.
So this coming Xmas watch for a golden yellow star gracing a midnight blue sky
and illuminating your front walk and bidding you good night!
I'll miss our chit-chats on the phone in greek,he could speak to my heart in his grandmothers sweet"roumeliotika"accent
Rest in peace dear GREG and long live your gentle memory,you will always be loved and cherished by all .
your loving cousin Ellas M.Soulellis
Nikki, Mark and family,
Words seem inadequate to express the sadness of your father's death. We are so sorry for your loss.
Mark Sherry & Donna Kodrowski
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal."
You are all in my prayers Penni