January 29, 2014

Brother Charlie Kettles, Alpha Psi ’53 receives Lifetime Achievemant Plaque

Brother Charlie Kettles, Alpha Psi ’53 receives Lifetime Achievement Plaque from Brother Mike D’Apolito, Beta Gamma ’66 Corporate President, for his over 50 years of service to Omega. Brothers George deJager-Beta, Ben Montante-Alpha Psi, Geroge Statler-Beta
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MEET BROTHER KARL JONES, JR. ALPHA PSI ’38

Glancing through the Omega records we noticed that an older alumni Brother lives in Port Orange Florida. So we asked our local Omega Ambassador Bro. Mike Fiumara, Beta Chi ‘70 if he would like to go visit him.  In which he responded “hell yea.”  Brother Karl Jones, Jr. was born
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Brother Bill Dutches is Honored

On the 45th anniversary of his death while serving his country in Vietnam, Brother Bill Dutches was honored by the renaming of Kingston Avenue in Hawthorne, NJ. Honoring Bill were the Mayor, the State Senator for Hawthorne, and the American Legion color guard, honor guard, &
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Meet Bro. Bill Wolf – Alpha Mu Chapter 1933

Dear Brothers, I was a member of the Alpha Mu Chapter in Jamaica High School class of 1933. I will be 93 years old this year and I still recollect many fond memories of my youth in Omega. I was chairman of the dance committee for several years. I remember we rented out two
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Meet Brother Erl Landsnaes – Gamma Chapter 1936

Erling Raymond (Erl) Landsnaes, is an alumnus of Gamma Chapter at Erasmus High School in Brooklyn, Class of 1926. He was born on July 4, 1908. Following Erasmus, Erl attended Fordham University and Fordham Law School while working part-time in the ball bearing industry.
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The Brother Vince Lombardi Trophy

Whenever you watch footballs Superbowl on TV, you see the top teams competing for the “Vince Lombardi Trophy,” the highest honor in professional football.  It is named for an Omegaman Brother Vincent Thomas Lombardi.  Brother Lombardi attended St. Francis
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Brother Ciapi’s Cookbook

Taste and Tales of Sicilian Cookery by Brother Thomas Ciapi, Beta Chi ’73. This back to Queens cookbook is a Sicilian story of four generations of the Ciapi family with recipes, tales, and pictures from the neighborhood influenced by their great and proud Italian American
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