Condolences for Rena Eleftheriadis

George Leon posted on 2/18/21

Ax Rena you are missed and will always be missed good wife and mother and friend always positive and strong a great person and character . May you rest in peace . Τα θερμά μας συλλυπητήρια. Uncle and cuzs i have no words remember her and teach your kids as she did with you with love and kindness .


Oliver Joyner posted on 1/29/21

We are very sorry to hear of the loss of your wonderful wife Rena


Deborah heater posted on 1/27/21

Rena was such a great friend and I enjoyed working with her at Farm Fresh. She always had a smile on her face. Thoughts and prayers to the family. My heart is broken


Michael, Meredith, Madelyn, & Mason Siget posted on 1/27/21

We are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time.


Lonnie F Bell posted on 1/27/21

I worked with Rena at Farm Fresh for years. She welcomed me in to her life when I started to work there. Rena always had a kind word for everyone, she always found the "best" in any and every situation. IT was a sad day for us at Farm Fresh when Rena decided to leave and start their family business,, however she always found time to stop in and visit. I can not say enough about her kindness she always showed others.


Dave, Sylvia and Kate Henderson posted on 1/26/21

Oh Rena, my heart breaks for you and your family. Thinking back to all of the fun times as kids listening to Michael Jackson and Boy George. I loved visiting you on the island. You are a beautiful soul and with a beautiful family. You will be missed by all. We will watch over your family. Give Uncle Deenie hugs from me. Rest In Peace sweet Rena. Love, Cousin Sylvia


Theo John and Thea Olga posted on 1/26/21

Oh our sweet Rena. So many memories of you. What a beautiful woman you are. We will miss you dearly. We enjoyed our summers coming to Long Island. I remember enrolling you at Sachem and getting your settled. You have a beautiful smile that always lit up a room. Rest in peach koukla.


James HaziPahoulis. Wife Mary, daughter, Maritza posted on 1/26/21

We last visited Rena and Vasili, summer of 2019 when we came to Virginia Beach. It was the high light of our vacation. We ate twice at Roosters, and visited Renas and Vasilis house. I felt like I was a king being taken care of. Mary, Maritza and I were overwhelmed by their hospitality. We planned on going to Myrtle Beach in 2020 and stopping to see them on the way. Civid stopped that. We planned on 2021. This us still in our plans if all is well. Rena was 12 yrs. old when she was in my Brother George's wedding. Then I saw her and Tapout at her Dad's house 19 years ago. I miss her already. My God somehow ease her family's pain. I pray for them all. Rena was to young to pass. Rest in peace my young cousin αιωνία η μνήμη της.


Thea Sophia & Theo Mike Siget & Family posted on 1/26/21

Our deepest sympathy in the loss of our dear niece & cousin. May her memory be eternal. Sorry we can not be with you due to the Covid virus. You are all in our hearts & prayers.She is now resting with her Dad & Mother.


Brenda Brown posted on 1/26/21

Sending sincere condolences to Mr. V and all Rena's family and friends. I'm heartbroken but I know she is at peace and without pain now and resting in the arms of our Lord.


Ted and Drucie Papafil posted on 1/26/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God rest her soul. Kali Parathosi.