Charles G. Fiore, Theta Beta '73
Charles Fiore was initiated into Theta Beta chapter at New York University in 1973. He was elected as Chapter President in 1974 and chosen National Outstanding Undergraduate in 1975. As an alumnus, he has served as Vice President for Expansion, Vice President for Good and Welfare, and General Counsel to the Alpha Phi Delta Foundation. He received the National Outstanding Alumnus Award in 1992. He has been a member of the Brooklyn Alumni Club since 1976.
Fiore graduated from New York University, School of Arts of Sciences with a B.A. in Philosophy in 1976 and from Fordham University School of Law with a J.D. degree in 1979. He is a partner in the firm of Lewis and Fiore which was founded in 1980.
Charles is married to his lovely wife Gail, and they have three children: Caroline, and twins Michael and William. He was appointed as a trustee in 2000.
Neil Anastasio, Theta Beta '73
Neil Anastasio is a physical therapist. He held positions at Lutheran Healthcare in Brooklyn, NY up to Assistant Vice President, before retiring in 2015. He and wife Cathy, and his twin daughters Tricia and Elizabeth operate Ridge Physical Therapy in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, an outpatient physical therapy practice. He also teaches in area physical therapy educational programs. He has also held office in the New York State Physical Therapy Association. Neil was an active undergraduate at New York University (Theta Beta) as well as serving in district and national positions. As Vice President of Good & Welfare and KLEOS editor he revised the pledging manual, The Dokime.
Married for 37 years to his fraternity sweetheart, Cathy (also an NYU grad), they have three children – two of which are also physical therapists. Neil is a member of the Brooklyn Alumni Club and a founding member of their nationally acclaimed softball team.
Anthony (Tony) V. Barbieri, Beta Beta '59
Tony was initiated into Beta Beta Chapter at Manhattan College in 1959 and graduated from their school of business. He served in the military and ran the family business for 45 years.
In 2004, Tony and his wife Rosina established the Anthony and Stella Barbieri Scholarship as a tribute to his parents for their generosity and love of learning and encouragement. Tony and Rosina have been married 45 years, have 3 children and 4 grandchildren and reside in Alpine, NJ.
Jack Consiglio, Psi '74
Mr. Consiglio was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He attended Duquesne University where he became a brother of the Alpha Phi Delta Psi Chapter in 1974. He received a Bachelor of Science in Education and then continued on to earn a Master Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 1980.
Mr. Consiglio relocated to South Florida and worked as a Physician Assistant for the Department of Veterans Affairs for over thirty years. He worked in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale areas specializing In Family Practice, General Medicine and Cardiology.
He is one of the founding members of the South Florida Alumni Club and has continued to be very active as treasurer since the club’s inception in 2002.
He currently resides in the Fort Lauderdale area with his wife Yara and son Paulo.
Paul Fabrizio, Psi '63
Paul R. Fabrizio was born in Pittsburgh and attended Duquesne University where he was initiated in Psi chapter on March 25, 1963.
After graduation, he entered military service. Upon his return, he began a lifelong association with the Pittsburgh Alumni Club and has been one of its mainstays serving as an officer for the past 30 years. He has served as Treasurer and President. He has been Newsletter Editor since 1985, sending monthly newsletters to over 200 brothers.
He has served the National Fraternity as Fifth District Governor (1972-1975) and as Vice President of Financial Affairs (1986-1988). He was formerly on the board of the Alpha Phi Delta Foundation and is its most recent past chairman. He has been a scholarship trustee since 1993.
Paul is retired from Children's Youth Services of Allegheny County as a Regional Training Director. He and his wife Charlene have two daughters, Jennifer and Stephanie.
Nicholas Franki, Gamma Lambda '87
Nicholas M. Franki was initiated into the Gamma Lambda chapter at Fordham University – Lincoln Center on November 29, 1987. While President of Gamma Lambda,they won the National Outstanding Chapter Award in 1990. Brother Franki followed his brother Alexander Franki into the New York Alumni Club and served as its President for 13 years (1998-2011), during which time the New York Alumni Club won the Outstanding Alumni Club Award six times.
Nationally, in Brother Franki’s early fraternal career, he was Vice President for Undergraduate Affairs and New York City Central District Governor (1991-1992). He was appointed Vice- President for Member Education in 2007, and served in that role until 2013. He served as National President 2011- 2013. After being a three-term National President, Brother Franki moved on to serving the Alpha Phi Delta Foundation side; he served as a Trustee and as Vice Chairman of the Scholarship Division.
Brother Franki has been employed in the financial services industry in multiple capacities for many years. He has held executive positions in compliance, operations and is currently a senior fiduciary executive with a major bank. A native Brooklynite, Brother Franki is blessed to have a wonderfully supportive wife Angela, and four children, Olivia, Nicholas, Anthony, and Matthew whom he cherishes. “
Brother Franki is thrilled to continue to be of service to the Fraternity via the Scholarship Division. “I’m honored to be able to continue to provide value and look forward to driving donations to the Foundation. Through growing our Scholarship, Leadership and Kleos funds, Alpha Phi Delta’s second century founding fathers will have more opportunities to be leaders in their fraternal, personal and professional lives. Faciamus!”
Peter Gaudiuso, Theta Beta '82
Peter Gaudiuso was initiated into &Theta &Beta chapter at New York University in December 1982. He served as Chapter Treasurer in 1983 and Chapter President in 1984. At the 1985 Summer convention, Theta Beta was recognized as outstanding Chapter for the 1984-85 school year. As an alumnus, he has been a member of the Brooklyn Alumni Club since 1985 and has served as its President in recent years. He also served as an Alpha Phi Delta Foundation Director.
Peter graduated from New York University's College of Business and Public Administration with a B.S. majoring in Accounting and Computer Applications and Information Systems. With nearly 30 years of experience in Finance and Accounting within the luxury retail industry, he is presently the Finance Director for Moncler USA, Inc. Peter, a proud native of Brooklyn, lives in Rye, N.Y.
John J. Hadgkiss, Beta Rho '66
John J. Hadgkiss, Beta Rho '66 Trustee John J. Hadgkiss, is President of Avalon Nursing Center; Avalon Springs Health Center and Business Park; Alpha Housing & Health Care, Inc. and Americare Management Corporation. He develops and operates skilled care and senior residential facilities from concept; arranging financing and supervising construction, marketing and property management. Mr. Hadgkiss holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Gannon University in Erie, PA (MA: 1972; BA: 1969). He has completed additional graduate and professional study at Indiana University of PA (1976); Duquesne University (1979); and the University of Pittsburgh Graduate Schools of Business (1988).
John has served the fraternity as former president of the Pittsburgh Alumni Club, Past Executive Director of the Alpha Phi Delta Foundation (1996-97) and was National Outstanding Alumnus in 2002.
Raymo Santilli, Psi '85
Raymo Santilli was born in Aliquippa, PA and attended Duquesne University wjere he was initated in PSI chapter in 1985. He was active as an undergraduate holding various chapter office positions. After graduation Raymo joined the Pittsburgh Alumni Club and organized a softball team.
Professionally, Raymo held several positions during his 20 years with Abbott Laboratories. Currenlty Raymo is a director for Shire Pharmacueticals.
Raymo and Liane married in 1995 and have twins, John and Isabella.
Ronald Sme, Beta Sigma '64
Ronald Sme was inducted into Beta Sigma chapter at St. Francis College in 1964 where he served as Pledge Master. Continuing in the educational process, he taught mathematics in Brooklyn at Most Holy Trinity H. S. and also at Nazareth Regional H. S. where he also served as Athletic Director and as Chairman of the Mathematics Department for many years until 2007.
In Alpha Phi Delta, Ron has served as District Governor, Executive Secretary, VP-Alumni Affairs, and as alumnus advisor to Beta Pi chapter at St. John's University. He has also served as President of the New York Alumni Club of which he has been a member since 1967. He has been a trustee of the scholarship foundation since 1995, succeeding Maurice Monteperto.
In 1988 he married Diane Alaggio and is the proud father of two daughters: Noel and Catherine.
Anthony (O.J.) Thomas, Beta Omicron '67
Anthony (O.J.) Thomas was initiated into the Beta Omicron chapter at Youngstown State University and graduated with a B.S. degree in 1973. He is a member of the Youngstown Alumni Club and has served in many capacities including President and Social Chairman. O.J. has been instrumental in the rejuvenation of the YAC, raising fund for local housing and the Youngstown Alumni Club Scholarship Fund.
O.J. is a professional real estate appraiser. He and his wife Karen were married in 1977. Their daughter Leanna is a graduate of Notre Dame University. Their son Matthew attends The University of Dayton.
Past Trustees include the following: Santo Barbarino, Beta Sigma '65, Anthony J. Carfang, Psi '69, Jerome Cashman, Beta Beta '83, Mario Cardullo, Delta '53, former chairman Trent Ciarrocchi, Psi '53, Frank Costanzo, Nu '32, A. Joseph Creston, Psi '49, Maurice Montaperto, Eta '31, Albert Palazzo, Theta Beta '46, Robert Palumbo, Beta Theta '49, Richard Primiano, Beta Delta '61, former chairman Stanley W. Raffa, Delta '49 , Dr. Frank Tosi, Xi '38, and first chairman Carlo Vannicola, Rho '29.