Agelakis, Helen, formerly of Bethpage passed away on June 1, 2021, only one week after her 90th birthday. Reunited with her beloved husband of 70 years, Anastasios. Loving Mana of Kathy Efthimiou, Ermioni Pilarinos (Fokion), Joann Koroneos (John), Georgia Tsapelas and Konstantinos (Maikki). Cherished Yia Yia of Zoe Scarangella (Dominic), Jerry, Andreas, Joanne, Nikitas Koroneos (Christine), Tassos, Nicole Klund (Fr. Steven), Demetrios, Helena and Anastasia. Adored great grandmother of Dylan, Dillon, Yanni, Dafni, J.D., Sophia, Christiana, Hope and Luke. Dear sister of Spiro, Niko, Vassiliki, Kosta, Foti and the late Andrea. Helen is also survived by countless nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Devoted member of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Hicksville. Helen was born and raised in Axladokastro, Greece and moved to America in 1968. Growing up in Greece, everyday she would carry jugs of water up the mountains on her back to the local Churches to tend to their gardens. She enjoyed visiting her family in Greece and being able to teach authentic Greek culture to her children and grandchildren. Helen was a hard and prideful worker, who enjoyed yard work, gardening, and entertaining family and friends. "Kiria Eleni" or Mrs. Helen's home was open to all and she made sure everyone felt welcome. She was an amazing cook but, she was best known for her delicious Spanakopita. Helen was a kind, caring and genuine lady who loved people and making friends. There were no strangers in Helen's life, the people she met were considered an instant friend. The family will receive visitors Friday, June 4th, 2-4 and 7-9 pm at Arthur F. White Funeral Home, Inc., 234 Broadway, Bethpage. Funeral Service Saturday, June 5th, 9:30 am at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Hicksville. Interment following at Pinelawn Memorial Park.
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