The Manhattan Chapter of The Order of AHEPA, Delphi 25, invites you to join them for a special Gala event at The Loeb Central Park Boathouse and this year we have the pleasure to announce that we will be honoring our distinguished Chapter members and benefactors
The Pantelidis Brothers
Peter, George, & James
This event is to celebrate these three great human beings for their many decades of service and dedication to the Hellenic community of the greater New York City area and beyond as well as Brotherhood of The Order of AHEPA.
Distinguished real estate professionals, the Pantelidis brothers together founded in 1972 their family owned and operated business, Pan-Brothers Associates, offering full Real Estate Development, Management and Brokerage services. Their firm began by acquiring residential and commercial properties in Brooklyn, NY with the focus on adding value by renovating and maximizing revenues. By maintaining its original investment practices and style of management for the past 42 years, Pan-Brothers Associates has steadily increased its investment portfolio by including larger scale commercial, retail and residential developments in New York, New Jersey, Florida, California and Ohio.
Peter, George and James were born in Brooklyn, NY. Their dedication to their Greek heritage and Hellenism started from a young age. All three brothers are members of Leadership 100, with James being Vice President and a board member of the organization. James and George are Archons and members of the Patriarch Bartholomew Foundation. James and George are board members of Cosmos FM, the Greek radio station.
All three brothers are also proud of their family heritage from the island of Chios. Peter, George and James were on the Welcoming Committee of the Patriarchal visit to Chios. They are also all members of the Chian Federation, the United Chios Society, and the Chios Vrontadosioun society. The three of brothers are Members of the Metropolis of Chios.
The Pantelidis brothers are dedicated to their Greek Orthodox community as evidenced by their work with their separate church communities. They are members of the Cathedral Church in Manhattan, Kimisis Theotokou Southhampton, Kimisis Theotokou Brooklyn, and Holy Cross Brooklyn. All three are members of the AHEPA Delphi Chapter 25 and have been active benefactors during its recent revitalization efforts.
Join us for this wonderful event comprised of a rich cocktail hour, a three-course plated dinner, and unlimited prime liquor open-bar all night long !
NOTE: A portion of the net proceeds from this event will benefit Project Purple a Connecticut-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created to raise awareness, support patients and families affected by the disease, and fund research efforts to defeat pancreatic cancer. A charity dear to the hearts of the Pantelidis brothers. For more information on Project Purple please visit: www.ProjectPurple.org