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PSP Kokotas Honored in Brooklyn



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Two term Past Supreme President Jimmy Kokotas was honored with a testimonial dinner hosted by his home Chapter, Coney Island Chapter 200 of Coney Island, NY, on Saturday, March 16th at the El Caribe Country Club in Brooklyn. The dinner was well attended by almost 300 members of the AHEPA Family who traveled from all over to pay tribute to the Past Supreme President.

Supreme President Savas C. Tsivicos spoke on behalf of the AHEPA Supreme Lodge, highlighting Kokotas’ service to the Order and his contributions to AHEPA as a whole before presenting him with a vintage AHEPA Fez in honor of his service. He was joined by many members of the Supreme Lodge, including Supreme VP Chris Kaitson, Supreme Secretary Zenon Christodoulou, Supreme Treasurer Demetrios Kirkiles, Supreme Counselor Themis Frangos, and Supreme Governors Dimitris Rozanitis & Marshall Monsell. AHEPA Board of Trustees Member Louis G. Atsaves, who served as Kokotas’ Vice President, as well as Maids of Athena PGP Maria Ana Pantelous, who served two terms alongside brother Jimmy, and SOP Supreme Governor George Antonellis were also in attendance.

Multiple presentations were made throughout the evening, including the presentation of a flag that had been flown over the Battleship New Jersey encased in the battleship’s storied deck teak made on behalf of Past Supreme President George G. Horiates by Supreme Governor Rozanitis. The Supreme Governor also presented PSP Kokotas with a clock encased in the Battleship’s original World War II teak in honor of his service and friendship. The Maids of Athena and Sons of Pericles jointly presented PSP Kokotas with various gifts including cufflinks and a PSP whiskey decanter.

The event was a resounding success and Coney Island Chapter 200 was able to raise upwards of $225,000 for the District 6 Scholarship Fund! Congratulations, Brother Jimmy, on two successful terms as Supreme President!

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