submitted by Isaac Panaretos on 24.08.2013
Zacharias Panaretos, aged 10. Also known as Jim Panos or by me as Pappou.
Every time I went to see Pappou he would give me a $2 coin from his pocket, and then I subsequently raided the fridge for rizogalo. We sat in the sun by the window as he did crosswords and generally appreciated the beauty of knowledge, while I ate rizogalo and wondered why Pappou was better than me at lego.
submitted by Anna Castrisios on 20.03.2016
I too have fond memories of Jim Panaretos - always welcoming and generous - as was his wife Margarita and daughters.
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