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HOUSING Nashua 'Manor' Residents Honor the Late Bill Anastasiou winter in New Hampshire. Residents of AHEPA 35 Manor, Nashua, N.H., hosted a ceremony to honor the memory of Bill Anastasiou, AHEPA 35, Inc. vice president, Nov. 12, 2014. Bill's its construction in order to assure every specification. He at times was a "thorn" in the sides of the construction and project managers because of his attention The residents purchased a commemorative tile that is placed in the number one position on the Manor's Wall of Appreciation. That Wall is a continuing fundraiser for the chapter and owner corporation. Anyone may purchase a tile and inscribe the names of loved ones for posterity. The residents prepared all the coffee and refreshments. Bill visited the Attending the ceremony were, from left: M. Papadopoulos; Dr. S. Kouchalakos; N. Kallan, president, A35 Manor Apartments Board; John and Joan Anastasiou, (son and wife of Bill); Attorney T. Pappas; and C. Marandos, Bd. Secretary. widow, Joan, and son, John, attended as well AHEPA 35, Inc. Board members. Bill, who passed away earlier this year, was instrumental in bringing the construction of AHEPA Manor to fruition. He was on site every day during to detail. In the end, AHEPA 35 Manor was completed in 10-and-a-half months, and its Certificate of Occupancy was immediate, an unheard of accomplishment. Construction began Oct. 1, 2007 and continued during the height of A tile donated by the residents of the manor. Manor often, chatting and interacting with the residents. He was loved by all, and he will be sorely missed. La Vergne Residents Provided Flower, Vegetable Beds from Boy Scouts The residents of AHEPA 343 Apartments in La Vergne, Tenn., were provided raised beds for flowers and vegetables by the local Boy Scouts. John Pagonis, son of an Ahepan, led the scouts from Troop 11 while working on his Eagle Scout project, which designed, plotted, and raised funds for two days to build. two, five x 10-foot raised garden beds. The project raised $1,000 and took The two sturdy, raised beds lie ready for planting flowers and vegetables. Winter 2014 ยท THE AHEPAN | 25

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The AHEPAN - Winter 2014

President's Message
AHEPA Family News
Our Commitment to the "E" in AHEPA
AHEPA Family Embarks on Capital Campaign for Saint Nicholas National Shrine
A Student Reflects on Her Journey to Greece Experience
Literary Corner
Civic Responsibility
Hellenic Cultural Commission
AHEPA Family Chapter News
In Memoriam

The AHEPAN - Winter 2014