The Archon Class of 2022 Was Invested during the Archon Annual Weekend

NEW YORK – The Order of St. Andrew -Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate Class of 2022 was invested and presented with their ‘Offikia’ and Cross of Saint Andrew on October 9 at the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity in New York during the Archon Annual Weekend. The morning began with the celebration of the Patriarchal Divine Liturgy by His Beatitude Theodore II, Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa, Archbishop Elpidophoros, and members of the Holy Eparchial Synod of the Archdiocese participating. The list of the Archon Class of 2022 follows:

The Archon Class of 2022

Theodore Angelis, Esq. Seattle, WA

Constantine M. Boukidis, Esq. Altadena, CA

George Dangas, M.D. New York, NY

Damon Diamantaras. Houston, TX

Andrew J. Eliopulos. Stevenson Ranch, CA

Stephen Ferranti. Tappan, NY

Spyros Georgopalis. Syosset, NY

John H. Gountanis, Esq. Chicago, IL

Alexandros Haralambides, Esq. Miami, FL

Kyriakos Karabelas, Esq. Whitestone, NY

Nicholas Kehayas. Somerset, NJ

Sotiris K. Kolokotronis. Sacramento, CA

George S. Kounoupis, Esq. Bethlehem, PA

Alexandros K. Kyrou, Ph.D. Bedford, MA

James G. Lakerdas, Esq. Chicago, IL

Stamatios Lerakis, M.D. New York, NY

Thomas Makkos. New York, NY

Thrasyvoulos Maroulis. Norfolk, VA

Anthony W. Megas. Jacksonville, FL

Philip Nicolaides. Broomall, PA

Anthony Papamarkos. Moonachie, NJ

Basil Pappas Fallston, MD

George Postolos, Esq. Houston, TX

Ben Powell. Palmetto Bay, FL

Nawaf Salameh, M.D. Brooklyn, NY

Charles P. Sandilos, Esq. Cherry Hill, NJ

James N. Schooley, DDS. Columbus, OH

Yanni H. Sianis. Chicago, IL

James C. Skedros, Ph.D. Sudbury, MA

Georgios Syros, M.D. New York, NY

Peter Tarhanidis, Ph.D. Chatham, NJ

Romey Terezi. Bonita Springs, FL

Nikolaos Theofanis. Camp Hill, PA

John Thomas, M.D. New York, NY

Peter E. Tiboris. Wellington, FL

Elias Trahanas, Esq. Great Neck NY

Stephanos Trakas. Greer, SC

George J. Vlahakos, Esq. Houston, TX

Thomas P. Williams, DDS, M.D. Dubuque, IA

James E. Zaferis. Los Angeles, CA

George N. Zapantis, Esq. Long Island City, NY


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