Youth Participation Activities Committee

The mission of this committee is to connect with the various youth committees and organizations in our communities, establish regular gatherings with them, help educate them on the religious freedom challenges facing the Ecumenical Patriarchate and instruct them on the various initiatives undertaken by the Order to successfully overcome these obstacles.

If you are an Archon and want to become involved in the Archon Engagement Committees, please contact Chairman Archon Stephen Georgeson.

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Soterios T. Argeroplos

Eftaxias

Direct Archdiocesan District

October 31, 2021

Robert A. Buhler

Referendarios

Chicago

October 28, 2018

The Hon. Steven G. Counelis, J.D.

Nomophylax

San Francisco

October 31, 2021

Frank Mihalopoulos

Depoutatos

Denver

October 31, 2010

Frank Mihalopoulos of Holy Trinity Church in Dallas, TX, was invested as Archon in 2010 and conferred with the offikion Depoutatos. He coordinated the Patriarchal visitation to Dallas, TX, in 1997 and he was influential in arranging the honorary doctorate for His All-Holiness, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, from Southern Methodist University (SMU) during the 1997 Patriarchal visitation.

Archon Mihalopoulos has been a major benefactor in the relocation of parish church and has served extensively at the the Parish Council. He has also been a member of Leadership 100 and active in local charities (Goodwill and Austin Street Shelter).

Archon Mihalopoulos is an estate developer. He and his wife were married in 1994.

George K. Moutis

Hartophylax

Direct Archdiocesan District

October 31, 2021

Anthony Palmieri

Depoutatos

New Jersey

October 21, 2012

Anthony Palmieri of St. Luke Church in Broomall, PA, was invested as Archon in 2012 and conferred with the offikion Depoutatos.

Archon Palmieri has been a major contributor to his parish and to the Holy Metropolis of New Jersey. He has also served on the Archdiocesan Finance Committee.

Archon Palmieri is the owner of a large warehousing and freight distribution company.

Constantine Sideridis

Proto Notarios

Boston

October 18, 2015

Constantine Sideridis of the St. George Church in Lynn, MA, was invested as Archon in 2015 and conferred with the offikion Protonotarios.

Archon Sideridis has served on the parish council. He is the stewardship chairman of the parish and a fulfilled member of Leadership 100. He also supports the Boston Metropolis Summer Camp.

Archon Sideridis is a trained engineer, who owns a company that creates ceramics from inorganic nonmetallic materials, which are then used for industrial purposes.

Paul Sogotis

Orphanotrofos

San Francisco

October 26, 2008

Archon Paul P. Sogotis was invested as Archon by His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, former Geron of America, and conferred upon him the Offikion Orphanotrofos on October 26, 2008.

Archon Sogotis is president of the Parish Council for the Metropolis of San Francisco’s Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral. He has also served on the Archdiocesan Council since 2006 and the Metropolis Council of San Francisco for several years. The Metropolis of San Francisco has sent Archon Sogotis to the Saint Photios National Shrine as its representative. Archon Sogotis president and owner of Pacific Coast Maritime Agencies, Inc. with offices located in the Ports of California, Oregon, and Washington State. He and his beloved wife Evangelia have two sons, Panayioti and Yianni. They reside in Burlingame, California.

Nicholas J. Tranto

Proto Ekdikos

Pittsburgh

October 31, 2020

Archon-elect Tranto led a distinguished 36 year career with the US Treasury Department of the Internal Revenue Service as a senior Tax Policy Manager in Washington DC and upon retirement founded a consulting firm specializing in domestic and international excise taxes. He has served his parish and the Metropolis for many years in various capacities and has been the president of his parish council for the past 4 years.

James Vavas

Maestor

Direct Archdiocesan District

October 28, 2018

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