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AHEPA Mourns Loss of Past Supreme President Nick Smyrnis

NEW YORK – The Order of AHEPA mourns the loss of our brother, Past Supreme President, Nick Smyrnis. A true Ahepan, he will be missed tremendously by the AHEPA family for his wisdom, vision, and leadership.

May his memory be eternal.

Supreme President Jimmy Kokotas said: “A titan of the community for more than half a century, Brother Nick’s contributions were immense and valued greatly. He served the Order in key leadership positions with class and distinction. Brother Nick is known as the father of AHEPA’s National Housing program, a program that is considered AHEPA’s “crown jewel” and touches the lives of thousands of vulnerable seniors nationwide. A true Ahepan, he will be missed tremendously by the AHEPA family for his wisdom, vision, and leadership.”

Read more about Smyrnis’ contributions to the community here.

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