- 68 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 26, 1932
- Place of birth:
New York City, New York, United States
- Date of passing: Feb 7, 2001
- Place of passing:
New York Cirty, New York, United States
|Let the memory of Steve be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Steve Perdikakis, 67, born on September 26, 1932 and passed away on February 7, 2001. We will remember him forever.
"Sitting here in our new home, and wish I could call you and, tell you all about it.
Told you daddy I would be alright. I miss you everyday. In fact tear's are rolling down my cheeks, love you Daddy
Love your Monkey"
"Never saw this until now, maybe someone will read it. Stavros was my uncle but he was much much more. Like an older brother he helped me and guided me through many difficult and lonely times. He brought joy and kindness into my life. To this day I share stories about our adventures together with my students. Stavros was one of a kind and I miss him to this day."
"Had nice dream about you dad, last night. Love you and miss you"
"Steve was the light of my mother's light. he made her laugh, he made her smile and he restored her. for that, her children are forever grateful to him. Steve also added his family to ours, and oh what a family!, outgoing, funny, opinionated, sincere. for We Irish, the Greeks were the ying to our yang. I lost my sister two years ago, but I still have sisters. Stephanie and Rita. Thanks guys!"
"I still go to pick up the phone when good or bad news happens.
Dad was a friend to everyone. The woman all love him but Gerri had is heart.
For that I want to thank Gerri for that.
It made me very happy to see how much you loved each other.
your the mom I never had and family I wanted.
Thank you Gerri, Geraldine and Tom.."
"Save me some of yiya's cookies."
"My dad was my hero, raised five of us, but I know I was his favorite. He use to call me monkey, because I was always clinging to him.
When he got home I would get him his foot bath and run to the store for coffee and cigarettes.
Im glad he remarried to a wonderful woman named Geraldine who I admired and loved her as my own mom.
Lost my sister Louise and my brother Connie, I miss them everyday and I talk to Connie all the time. I lost my step sister Geraldine whom I admired and respected and love. She got me thru some bad times.
Now I have a sister named Julie who I love and can't wait to see her.
Looking forward to being with Dad and Connie oh Louise to all though she was always mean to me..
Love you all Stephanie"
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