Steve Anastos Cause Of Death, Broadway Diner Founder Steve Anastos Died, What Happened To Him? Reason Explored! Steve met the love of his life Vasiliki (Bessie) Koutsaris and married in 1967. Bessie loved and stood by Steve for their full life together of 54 years. Steve opened his first restaurant Three Brothers Restaurant in the Bronx in 1969 with his two brothers. He had 3 sons Leonidas, Yianni and Dimitri. In 1974 he moved to Endwell NY and opened Spartan Deli in Endicott in 1979 with his brother George. In 1989 he started a wholesale food business, Anastos Foods. After a few rough economic years, he lost all businesses and properties except his home. He then rebuilt an empire beginning with real estate properties with his 3 sons. Zorba’s Cafe opened in 1996 and then The Broadway Diner in 1999. For More Updates Stay Tuned With Statehooddc.com.
Steve Anastos Cause Of Death
Steve did it all. He was the chef, the baker, the host, and the cashier. He loved having his coffee at the end of the counter, giving customers stock tips, and telling his life stories. You would catch him doing Sudoku while socializing with his numerous loyal customers. Steve loved his customers, his employees, and especially his longtime waitstaff. He solidified the Broadway Diner as a true staple of Endwell, NY. Steve’s roots ran deep within the community, both his church community as well as the Endwell community. Over the past four decades, he proudly served as President of the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation, President of the local Greek School, President of AHEPA Leonidas Chapter 77, Chairman of the Sunday School, Chairman of the Greek Orthodox Youth Association, Chairman of the Greek Festival which he served as Master of Ceremonies. Steve directed the Greek dance group which he passionately participated in. You could always find Steve entertaining the crowd by dancing, clapping and yelling “OPA!
How Did Steve Anastos Die?
In his spare time, while running his businesses he also hosted the Sunday morning weekly Greek Radio Program on WKOP, WNBF and WENE. He also DJ’d numerous special events including weddings and baptisms. He was even the preferred local travel agent for Greek Travel and Tourism. After making numerous contributions to the local community, his proudest achievement was the construction of the King Leonidas statue, which was built and proudly stands in front of Maine Endwell High School. The King Leonidas Scholarship Fund was created to present a scholarship award annually to a male and female student who excels in leadership skills. When Steve first came to America he settled in Riverdale, a section of the Bronx. It was this location which inspired him to name his final business venture, The Riverdale Banquet Hall in Endwell, NY.
Who Was Steve Anastos? Funeral And Obituary
Steve was a true patriarch, a pillar of the community, a big dreamer and a true leader in every sense. He always moved forward with a happy positive attitude and never looked back. Whatever Steve did he did with love and for his family. Steve’s greatest triumph and goal was to inspire and prepare his grandchildren for their future success. He supported and loved attending all his grandchildren’s school functions and sporting events. He proudly supported the Maine Endwell Spartans. Whatever Steve did he did it passionately and with love. His faith in God was unwavering and was his driving partner in everything he did. Do not follow where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” The Anastos family will receive guests at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation at 4121 O’Hara Drive, Vestal, NY 13850 on Thursday October 20th from 3:00pm-8:00pm, with Trisagion Service at 7:00pm. Funeral service will be held at the church on Friday, October 21st at 10:00am. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation in memory of Steve Anastos.
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