Letter to Editor

Letter to the Editor: Lou Katsos, a Renaissance Man for the 21st Century

To the Editor:

A renaissance man is someone with a great mind that challenges the world he lives in. He has many abilities or at the very least, embraces knowledge and develops greatness in multiple areas.

He is passionate about his thoughts, challenges others’ when necessary, doesn’t follow the crowd, certainly is independent in his thinking, has proven leadership skills, and has demonstrated consistent, extraordinary performance not only in AHEPA but in his personal career. These are qualities rarely found and available in the Greek-American Community.

Such a man is Lou Katsos, a distinguished Greek American, Past President of the nation’s largest AHEPA Chapter, Delphi # 25, a two-term District Governor of the Empire State, and a very successful developer and citizen in the New York market.

The Order of AHEPA has a record of distinguished leaders. It is with great promise, that we endorse Lou Katsos for the highest leadership position in the Order of AHEPA, the Supreme Presidency.  

He will take the 100th Anniversary celebrations to levels we can only dream about. Lou Katsos, you have earned this remarkable acknowledgement, and we hope the delegates share our enthusiasm for your candidacy.

James B. Zafiros, New Rochelle; Thomas Dushas, New Rochelle

(Editorial note: Lou Katsos has announced his candidacy for Supreme Vice President)


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