Bobby Iosifides

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It is with great sorrow that the family of Haralambos (Bobby) losifides announce his passing on March 8th 2024 after a courageous battle with brain cancer. Haralambos was born on July 11, 1969 to Peter losifides and Irene Kydes Ramjeawan and is the oldest brother of Simela and Parthena losifides. Bobby was born in the United States and moved to Greece at a young age. The endless love of his paternal grandparents coupled with his magnetic personality made it easy for him to make friends and assimilate to the new environment. He enjoyed playing soccer with his friends and cousins, telling jokes, playing monopoly and running back home for a warm meal made by his yaya. He was an excellent student and an avid learner with great sense of humor. After several years he moved back to the United States and graduated from Norwalk High School. Bobby had a natural gift for languages and spoke fluent Greek, Pontiaka (our dialect of Greek), English and Spanish. Bobby maintained strong ties to the Greek community. He worked in his family's business for 20 years, Steve's Market, alongside his maternal grandparents, Steve and Parthena Kydes and his uncle Philip Kydes Bobby had great admiration for them and all they had accomplished. He loved listening to their stories and all they had gone through, and one can say they had instilled the zeal for success in him. He would also grasp every opportunity to talk to his uncles Andy and Philip, both Harvard graduates, as he felt there was so much to gain from chatting with them. He went on to pursue a successful career in contracting and construction." Jesus was a carpenter, "he used to say often and that he loved the smell of wood. He loved building houses and he was an excellent asset to whomever he worked for with many satisfied clients. They loved him like family. Bobby was adored by all his cousins, and was the life of every party, especially a dance party. His memory was impeccable! Any question about family history or details was always directed to him as the ultimate source of reference. Most of all, Bobby was a loving father. His first priority was providing for his family. He loved entertaining his kids and no matter how tired he would be he would always find time for them. He was so proud of all three of them and was their greatest supporter. He taught them good work ethic, honesty and respect for religion, culture, family and friends. He is survived by his three children: Gabriel Peter losifides, Christian losifides and Amelia losifides of Norwalk. His parents, Peter and Irene of Norwalk. His sisters: Simela losifides and husband George, Parthena losifides and husband Alexander. Also, many nieces, nephews and cousins. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, March 12, 2024, 9:30 AM at the St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 238 West Rocks Road, Norwalk CT. Burial will follow at the Riverside Cemetery in Norwalk, CT. In lieu of flowers the family asks that a memorial donation be made to the glioblastoma Foundation at


11:00 am
Tuesday, March 12, 2024
Riverside Cemetery
81 Riverside Ave
Norwalk, Connecticut, United States
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Bobby Iosifides

1969 - 2024

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