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Satiris Galahad Fassoulis

Satiris Galahad Fassoulis, American communications executive, director. Decorated National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, Air medal with 3 oak leaf clusters, Prisoner of War medal.

Background

  • Fassoulis, Satiris Galahad was born on August 19, 1922 in Syracuse. Son of Peter George and Anastasia P. (Limpert) Fassoulis.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Syracuse University, New York, 1945.

    Career

    • Vice president Commerce International Corporation, 1949—1975. Chairman Global Communications Company, New York City, since 1976, Global Defense Products Incorporated, New York York City, since 1976. President Counter Intelligence Corps International Ltd., since 2000, Columbia Defense Corporation, since 2000.

      Chairman Counter Intelligence Corps Aerospace Corporation. Director Compaix Inc., Comphonics Inc. Board directors Commercial Exports Ltd., United Kingdom, Counter Intelligence Corps International Ltd., New York City, Colombia Technology Corporation, Colombia Energy Corporation, Africa One Ltd.

      1st lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member United States Congressional Advisory Board. Board directors Better Life Enterprises for Blind, Inc. Chairman International Cultural Exchange.

    Member of American Ex-Prisoners War, American Defense Preparedness Association, International Platform Association, Association United States Army, United States Naval Institute, Navy League United States, New York Chamber of Commerce, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, Air Force Association, New York Athletic Club, Order Ahepa.
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    Born August 19, 1922
    • 1945
      Syracuse University
    • 1949 - 1975
      Vice president, Commerce International Corporation
    • 1976
      chairman, Global Communications Company
    • 1976
      chairman, Global Communications Company