Get the SPIRIT Now

The Second Edition of ‘The Spirit of Omega’ is in.  175 pages of Omega history. Get your copy by emailing georgedejager@comcast.net – $20 includes shipping.
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Delta Beta Brothers Deliver

Delta Beta Brothers pass out bikes to the needy at Christmas in Dallas, from left to right: Brothers Frank Dixon, Mario Bevilacqua, Larry North, Joseph Mauro, Phil Popick, Jay Lombardo, Eric Tomlin, and John Walsh.
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The Spirit of Omega

From Left-right: Brothers Frank Dixon, Joe Mauro, Phil, and Brother John Walsh, Delta Beta President. Our Delta Beta Chapter marched in the Columbus Day Parade in Dallas in October. In an effort to get our name out there the Brothers raised our banner high and marched proudly.
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From Our Archives

An old bank building in Lynbrook NY was about to be torn down. This large brass plaque in honor of our Brothers from Theta Chapter who were killed in the line of duty during World War II was attached to the front of the building for over 40 years. It is now part of our archives.
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A Letter From Brother Charles F (Teddy) Robertson Jr. Gamma Psi ’61

Dear Brothers This is Charles F (Teddy) Robertson Jr. #63 Class of 1965 East Meadow High School I just turned 73. I was out with friends the other day talking about the good old days when thoughts of the Fraternity came to mind. When I got home I decided to see if there was any
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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 “he
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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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