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October 17, 2019

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October 16, 2019
Dear Family of Mr. Georgopoulos,
I have known Taso, his family-and Steve Papakirk's- since kindergarten (ask Taso about the Lincoln Log house). I well remember the pleasures of growing up with, playing basketball with, and just plain old sharing company with them.
I grew up on the 2300 block of Grand Avenue, just down the hill from the church. Ah, the Greek Bazaar- gyros, loukoumades, bars and bells, dancing, and a great time! And being warned by Mrs. Revelos against breaking the stained-glass windows while playing football in the side yard next to Queen Street.
She never ran us off, and we never broke any windows.
Mr. Georgopoulos and I never had any deep or long conversations, but he always acknowledged me, and I never felt uncomfortable in his presence or his home. What I most remember, when I think of him, is his warm and welcoming smile.
To say the Greeks have been important part of Middletown and of my life would be a gross understatement to the nth degree. I send you my condolences, my appreciation, and my love,
An honorary Greek,
Tim(otheus) O'Neil(iopoulos)
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