Haralambos "Bobby" Anestis Polizos

September 10, 1938April 4, 2019

Haralambos "Bobby" Anestis Polizos was born on September 10, 1938 and passed away on April 4, 2019 in Estacada, Oregon and is under the care of Zeller Chapel Of The Roses FH.

Funeral Mass will be held on April 10, 2019 at 11:00 am at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 3131 NE Glisan St., Portland, OR. Committal Service will be held on April 10, 2019 at 2:00 pm at Mt. Calvary Catholic Cemetery, 333 SW Skyline Blvd., Portland, OR.

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  • Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, April 10, 2019

  • Committal Service

    Wednesday, April 10, 2019


Haralambos "Bobby" Anestis Polizos

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Gordon Osaka

July 19, 2019

Diane, so sorry for your loss. You, Bobby, and I had some great memories together. Bobby was such a beautiful person. My best, always. Gordon

Kim Johnson

April 15, 2019

I started working at Acropolis in my 20s. And early 30s (25 years ago )We called him ‘Boss’. He was a great boss. Lots of memories. He will be missed 💙🙏😇

Donna White

April 13, 2019

Boss was a good big hearted trusting man and a big family man. He had great work ethic and determination that was rare to find. He was proud of his family and always thinking of them first. It was an honor just to know him. You’ll be missed very much in this world.

Sam Lensen

April 12, 2019

I worked for you for 8 years Bobby. You were always kind, full of joy, and had an endless drive to work. Thank you for being part of my life I am happy I got to meet someone like you. God bless.

Rhonda Givens

April 11, 2019

Godspeed Boss until we meet again!
Jimmy, your in my thoughts and prayers.

Andrea Stellar

April 10, 2019

Your kindness and smile will always shine in our hearts. You were a good Boss -the BEST!

You will be greatly missed - RIP dear one.

Tanisha White

April 10, 2019

I've had the pleasure of knowing Boss most of my life. My Grandmother and Mother worked for him and I've worked for him for the last 5 years. Everyday I would ask how are you today Boss? His reply was always "Ohh Same" and then he would smile. Anytime I would say Boss, I'm your favorite right? Again, he would respond the same every time, "No, I loving ALL my workers!" Whenever we were slow I would ask him about his time on the ships and his face would light up! It didn't matter how many times I heard those stories, I never got tired of hearing them and he never got tired of telling them. Boss was so driven from a young age, something you don't see often! I'm going to miss you Old Man.
Love, Tanisha

Kristen Madison

April 10, 2019

Devastated to hear that “Boss” had passed away. I was always greeted with a smile by him and often enjoyed friendly conversations. He was a gentleman with a kind soul and great sense of humor. I’ll miss my friend. My condolences to his family and loved ones. May he Rest In Peace.

Jaenada Osburn

April 9, 2019

Boss called me Jew-Nada, I started waitressing at Acropolis in 2001. Boss was the hardest working man I have ever met. He came in early and left late. He had the best smile ever. His famous saying to me was," Jew-Nada, you Opa too much!" Lol I can hear him saying it now, and we can never forget Black Santa. Boss you will be truly missed and will forever be in our hearts!!! <3 <3
Rest in Love Bobby.

Deserie Brackett

April 9, 2019

I had the pleasure of working for "Boss" and Acropolis for a little over 11 years. (It was only supposed to be a temporary job.) Early on, one of the cooks named me Maria and ever since then, that's all Boss called me. (Pretty sure he forgot my real name.) I started decorating the bar for Christmas and since then, the day after Thanksgiving, he would always ask, "Maria, when you going to decorate?" When I was done, his face would light up!!! His final touch.... Hohoho Santa and black Santa. I will never forget that smile!!! His smile, all the stories, his work ethic, his love for that salad bar or his laugh.
Bobby, you will be truly and deeply missed! Cheers ❤ Maria


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