Rev. Fr. Milton Gianulis, Presiding Priest
REV. FR. MILTON GIANULIS, PRESIDING PRIEST
CAPTAIN, CHAPLAIN CORPS, UNITED STATES NAVY (RETIRED)
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Fr. Gianulis is an ordained priest of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, ordained a deacon in Lancaster, PA, on Oct. 7, 1979; and a priest in Denver, CO, on July 13, 1980. His Eminence Metropolitan Evangelos of New Jersey assigned him as the Presiding Priest of St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Chuch on April 1, 2015.
He completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree at Hellenic College in 1976, completed course work for a Masters of Arts degree in Religious Studies from the University of Denver in 1977, and was awarded a Masters of Divinity degree from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Theological School in 1980. He completed advanced studies for a Doctor of Education (ABD) at Loyola University of Chicago.
On 6 January 1989, Fr. Gianulis was commissioned as a Lieutenant in the Chaplain Corps, United States Naval Reserve. LT Gianulis acceded to active duty in September 1994 and received orders to Marine Corps Base Quantico. He was assigned as Chaplain of Headquarters and Service Battalion and later Chaplain of The Basic School. While there, he was promoted to Lieutenant Commander. He reported to the pre-commission Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) on
His personal awards include a Legion of Merit, three Meritorious Service Medals, a Joint Service Commendation Medal, three Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals, the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, the Fleet Marine Force Service Medal and two Humanitarian Service Medals.
Father Gianulis is 60 years old, married to the former Constance M. Manuel of Lancaster, PA. They have four daughters, Stephania Charalambides, Dr. Elena Bruno, Marianthi Gianulis and Jamie Gianulis; and four grandchildren.
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