Message to community from owners of Suni's Pizza

Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Suni's Pizza photo by Steven H. Robinson

From the Kyrkos family

Our family is truly devastated from the fire at our beloved Suni’s Pizza that occurred Monday morning. (See previous article). We are grateful for the response and support of the Shoreline Fire Dept. and all personnel who responded. We are grateful that there were no fatalities or injuries, except for the minor injury suffered by one of the responding firefighters.

We are grateful for the amazing support and love we have received from this devastating fire from the Shoreline community and beyond.

Suni’s began in 1979, the dream of a Greek immigrant whose family continued to run the business until the tragic events of Monday. In the past 43 years, we have strived to become a place in the Shoreline community where people could gather and enjoy great food, reasonably priced, with friendly service.

We have watched many of customers have kids, get married, and then their kids have kids. We have watched our employees turn from dishwashers, to college graduates.

We are so devastated for our hard working employees, that we also consider family, as well as our loyal Shoreline community.

Lastly, we realize there are many questions regarding the origin of the fire and what will happen to Suni’s next. We are cooperating with the Shoreline Fire Department which is investigating.

We will address the future of Suni’s at the proper time.

--Nichole Krykos on behalf of Chris and the entire Krykos family.

Shoreline Caring has set up a GoFundMe page 



7 comments:

Anonymous,  January 4, 2023 at 12:34 AM  

We are devastated for the family,
And so very happy no one was badly injured. Hope the FF is ok♥️
We are long time customers 🙏
Hope they come back bigger,
Can’t get better!!
Good luck with the next chapter😊🎵

Anonymous,  January 4, 2023 at 4:22 PM  

We thank you for all the amazing years you've given us so far, and we all fervently hope that you are able to rebuild! Shoreline wouldn't be Shoreline without Suni's.

Anonymous,  January 4, 2023 at 5:12 PM  

Σηγνομη (“I’m sorry”).. for your loss and that of all connected with your wonderful establishment. My heart goes out to your family and staff, and I hope through community kindness we‘ll help rebuild! Εφκαριστο για όλα! Thank you for everything!

Anonymous,  January 4, 2023 at 6:55 PM  

Hope everything is OK sweetheart! Such bad news. Get in touch if I can help!

Anonymous,  January 4, 2023 at 9:25 PM  

Don't want to be insensitive to the hardship but any chance you will set up a truck so I can get the Suni burger that is the best??

Danielle B.,  January 5, 2023 at 4:38 PM  

Hello everyone,
On behalf of the suni's employees and owner, we would like to thank everyone for neverending support. For over 40 years you guys have shown us love and support and even with this heartbreaking situation, you guys are still there to care and help us. Again, thank you so much everyone from the bottom of our hearts.

Anonymous,  January 9, 2023 at 12:29 AM  

Anonymous 9:25PM Ye-gads! Did you really just ask that? Your brain needs to have a stern talk with your stomach. Smh.

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