|Birth: ||Jan. 21, 1901|
Regional unit of Arcadia
|Death: ||Apr. 23, 2000|
Immigrated on board the Vasiless Constantinos into Ellis Island, New York from Piraeus, Greece at the age of 17, arriving on 06 Aug 1916 His last residence before departing Greece was Faraiova, Greece. He became a US citizen in 1924.
In 1933 he was the President of the West Oakland Motor Bus Lines and had a gas station at 1599 7th. He and his wife resided at 1488 Jackson in Oakland.
In 1940 he was an inspector on the railroad before returning to work for what is now the AC Transit Company.
In the AC Transit Company's newsletter the "Transit-Times", Vol. 14, No. 5, November 1971 Mr. Alevizos was named "Outstanding Greek".
"Nicholas P. Alevizos, superintendent of AC Transit's Richmond division, was honored this month as the outstanding Greek immigrant in the East Bay.
The award was presented by the International Institute of the East Bay and honored Alevizos for his years of effort in community activities such as United Crusade, Red Cross, Richmond Chamber of Commerce and the Masonic Order.
Nicholas Alevizos, 70, was born in Tripolis, Greece, and came to the United States in 1916, earning his citizenship in 1924."
Panagiotes Alevizos (1866 - 1934)
Constantina Alevizos (1871 - 1960)
Mary Limpris Alevizos (1916 - 2008)
Bessie D Moore Alevizos (1891 - 1943)*
Mountain View Cemetery
Plot: 76A Grave 33
Created by: Christie Trapp
Record added: Nov 10, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100486581