Memory Eternal for George John Bakos, Jr. of Winthrop

November 2, 2019

LYNN, MA – George John Bakos, Jr. of Winthrop, loving son of the late George J. Bakos, Sr. and Aphrodite (Chrisafideis) Bakos has passed away.

George was the beloved husband of Amanda (Triant) Bakos, devoted father of Georgiana Rose ‘Gia’ and Zoe Fotini, both of Winthrop, MA, cherished brother of John Bakos, Frances Frangos, and the late Christos G. Bakos, cherished uncle of Stephanie, Brianna and Alexandra Frangos, and Chase, Callie, and Christian Triant, dear son-in-law of George and Janet (Fabiano) Triant, and dear brother-in-law of Thomas Frangos, and Michael and Melissa Triant. He is also survived by his many adored aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

George was a member of the St. George’s Greek Orthodox Church Parish Council. He is a former employee for the City of Boston, Ruggiero Family Memorial Home, as well as the Wayne Alarm Company. George owned and operated the Occasional Limo Company with his brothers. Nothing was more important to George than his family and faith. George will be sincerely missed by the many who loved him. May he rest in peace.

Family and friends honored George’s life at the Ruggiero Family Memorial Home on October 24 and again on Friday morning.  His Funeral Service took place at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, in Lynn, MA on October 25 and George was laid to rest at Winthrop Cemetery, Belle Isle Section.

In accordance with the family’s wishes, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in George’s name to the Salesians Boys and Girls Club Pasta Dinner, 150 Byron Street, Boston, MA 02128.


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