OBITUARY

Constantina Casvikes

March 27, 1944September 22, 2018
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Constantina Casvikes was born on March 27, 1944 and passed away on September 22, 2018

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, September 26, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Thursday, September 27, 2018
  • Committal Service Thursday, September 27, 2018
REMEMBERING

Constantina Casvikes

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Maria Kastritsos

September 27, 2018

I met Tina back in 2004, when I was a new real estate agent in Tarpon Springs Florida.
She, right away, gave me the impression, which was proven true during the rest of our contact from that point on, that she was a charming, smart business woman, that knew how to take care of clients, business and family, all at the same time, with love and care.
Over the years she shared her thoughts and jokes with us, showing a totally unique approach to life's unexpected turns.
She is in God's hands now. We will remember her with love.

Diana Koerner

September 26, 2018

Tina was very friendly and cheerful when she called me at the office to check to see if everyone had paid their rent each month. I had never met her in person, but you can tell what kind of a person she was just by talking to her on the phone. She used to send me computer cards every so often to brighten up my day. We had many long talks and even cried together sometimes on the phone. My prayers and sympathy goes out to her daughters, Vana and Rosie. She is in Gods hands, with no worries nor pain.

Janet McCreesh

September 25, 2018

Tina was always such a nice person with a warm smile and a big hug. Over the years she advised me so many times and was so helpful to me when my father passed away. I will miss her laughter and her funny stories. Rest In Peace beautiful Tina.

Anthi Ridge

September 25, 2018

A message from my son

Tina took care of me when, as a child, I found myself alone; my mother had come down with a stomach bug and found herself in the hospital. Tina brought me to Astoria and cheered me up with a trip to her favorite restaurant. We had fish. When the food came she beckoned to the waiter: “some lemons, please!” I assume the waiter knew of Tina’s habits, as he returned with an entire bucket of fresh lemons. Tina used them all, gutting each yellow fruit with her fork until they were dry. I had never seen so many of the things used to sour a meal. I’ve also never had better fish. Thank you for keeping me company then, Tina, and thank you for lemons.

Max

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