Daniel H. Karvounis Sr.

Wilmington, Delaware

Age 91


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Daniel H. Karvounis Sr.Daniel H. Karvounis Sr., age 91, of Wilmington, DE and Avalon, NJ, died on Monday, February 18, 2013. Daniel was born in Hazleton, PA, the son of the late Harry and Mary Karvounis. He graduated from Syracuse University with a B.F.A. He was a veteran of W.W.II, serving in...

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I have many great memories of Dan while I worked at the ski shop. He was such a great guy it was a highlight just to see him when I worked. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

The Karvounis Family, My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this very sad time. I have fond memories working for your Father and all of his children at the ski shop. Your Dad was a wonderful man.

Danny, Karen, & Andrea, I'm so sorry to hear about your dad's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. He was always so kind to me and I had the privilege to spend a lot of time with him as I was growing up. Whether it was at your house in Fairfax, visiting with you in Avalon, working for him at my first job at Ray Panella's or seeing him at my parents house so many years to watch Monday night football with my dad. He was always so calm & friendly and...

Many fond memories with the Karvounis family...you will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Danny was the 1st boss I had on the Steel Pier in Atlantic City when he was connected to the Devlins & Irenes. Many fond memories, he was the best.He was a fond memory of my own history his passing is the passing of a part of my lifetime.Remember when he & Eleonor met. Any time I visited Wilwood I always tried to look him up.May his memory truly be for a blessing. may the light of his life keep his fond memories alive in your hearts for eternity.

Danny was my 1st boss when he was connected to the Devlins & Irenes on Steel Pier in atlantic City, I remember when Dan & Eleanor met. Always fond memories of Dan. Any time I ever visited Wildwood I would try to look him up.In his passing it is a wonderful part of my own history that has passed.May his memorty truly be for a blessing. May the light of his life remain in your hearts as a wonderful memory for eternity.

I've known Dan for many years. I first meant him on the wildwood boardwalk also when I worked at the Lampost Diner and recently at the Vegas Diner. He was one of the nicest people that it has have been my pleasure to meet. May he rest in peace. A good man and a kind heart.

I worked for your Father in the early 60's on the Boardwalk in Wildwood at the donut shop next to Grandma's Restaurant. I remember him as a kind person and fair Boss. Through the years he always said hello when we ran into each other, he always seemed to remember all of us that worked for him with his gentle smile. I am sure you have many wonderful memories to share with his grandchildren. May he rest in peace and you keep his memory alive.