Pennsauken, NJ – He’s been here before, and now he’s back. Nicholas J. Pasamihalis is the new president of the Ikarians Brotherhood, chapter Atheras. “I have a lot of things I set in motion to carry out through the years, and I felt a need to come back now and support those initiatives,” says Pasamihalis.

Pasamihalis has been an active member of the Ikarian Brotherhood “Atheras since 1994 and was a president of the organization for six years. He became the national president of the 28 chapters and has now wrapped up his term. His pride and life long devotion to the organization and his Ikarian ancestry couldn’t keep him away.

He has been elected president again, this past December and is now working on organizing this year’s dance in March. “I’m looking forward to a great year, working with the members and the community,” added Pasamihalis.

Pasamihalis was born in Ikaria and immigrated to the USA at the age of three. He is a life long member of St. Thomas, married and a father of two. He lives just a few blocks away from the Ikarian house in Pennsauken. Pasamihalis visits Ikaria regularly, and this past year, he brought his family to the famed Greek Island for the first time.

The Ikarian Brotherhood “Atheras” is the oldest organization in the Delaware Valley. Its members are centered around the South Jersey area, primarily around the St. Thomas community in Cherry Hill.