Alpha Omega Theta Fraternity

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Alpha Gator

Baldwin, NY

#1 Aug 26, 2009
Read the history of Long Island fraternities in the new book calls Fraternal Brotherhood.

A real depiction of the 60 year history of Alpha Omega Theta available at

http://www.fraternalbrotherhood.com
AOT Freeport

Hicksville, NY

#2 Aug 28, 2012
That book is garbage
mredding

Cleveland, OH

#3 Dec 19, 2012
AOT Freeport wrote:
That book is garbage
why is it garbage , from what i remember the almadovers were truoble/ i was glad i moved out of oceanside , Billy was trouble and now hes in for life .

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#5 Dec 20, 2012
I'm rushing Alpha Beta Buti
S-Walsh

West Islip, NY

#6 Jun 22, 2013
AOT Freeport wrote:
That book is garbage
yeah, we all know Omega Gamma Delta owned Log Island and other boroughs.
jeff K

Cleveland, OH

#7 Jun 27, 2013
S-Walsh wrote:
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yeah, we all know Omega Gamma Delta owned Log Island and other boroughs.
YES WE DID
jkorn

Cleveland, OH

#8 Jul 23, 2013
AOT Freeport wrote:
That book is garbage
I THOUGHT THE BOOK WAS GOOD , the beginning and middle were great but the end was kind of slow , any one in a frat during those times can feel it .. good stuff , Freeport AOT was no existant any way Omega and Delta in Freeport and Baldwin WERE STRONG .........
FreddyGee

Baldwin, NY

#9 Aug 31, 2013
Hey MCR,

F.U. we'll se who laughs last muthafuka

yers truly
FreddyG
Get a Job

Springfield Gardens, NY

#10 Nov 14, 2013
FreddyGee wrote:
Hey MCR,
F.U. we'll se who laughs last muthafuka
yers truly
FreddyG
really loser? Why don't you get a job and take care of your family instead of filing frivolous law suits
Get a Job

Springfield Gardens, NY

#11 Nov 14, 2013
jkorn wrote:
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I THOUGHT THE BOOK WAS GOOD , the beginning and middle were great but the end was kind of slow , any one in a frat during those times can feel it .. good stuff , Freeport AOT was no existant any way Omega and Delta in Freeport and Baldwin WERE STRONG .........
That's only because you also want to be a failed author like Fred Gross
Ex Oceansider

Rockville, MD

#12 Feb 5, 2014
Most of the AOT and Omega guys were ok but all too many were nothing but NY rednecks, anti-semitic and future convicts, with a few all-too-premature deaths along the way.
JPAOT 1976

South Richmond Hill, NY

#13 Dec 5, 2014
Being part of Alpha Omega Theta was some of the best times of my life!!!
Interesting

Springfield Gardens, NY

#14 Dec 9, 2014
JPAOT 1976 wrote:
Being part of Alpha Omega Theta was some of the best times of my life!!!
Join the AOT group on Facebook or come to the Annual Toy Drive this Friday Dec 12
ptlookout

West Yarmouth, MA

#15 Jan 22, 2015
AOT Freeport wrote:
That book is garbage
Were you in Freeport AOT
ptlookout

West Yarmouth, MA

#16 Jan 22, 2015
jkorn wrote:
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I THOUGHT THE BOOK WAS GOOD , the beginning and middle were great but the end was kind of slow , any one in a frat during those times can feel it .. good stuff , Freeport AOT was no existant any way Omega and Delta in Freeport and Baldwin WERE STRONG .........
Have not read the book yet. Little history on Freeport. One of the last years of AOT was 1975. In 1975 Freeport Kappa Theta Epsilon merged with Baldwin Delta Gamma Rho and became Freeport Delta.( Miss you Cap. Rest in Peace Cory W.) Omega, Alpha Theta Epsilon, Theta Kappa Beta were around at this time mid to late "70"'s. Sigma Tau Delta and Delta Rho Gamma were the sisters to Omega and Delta respectively. How do you get in touch with the guy who wrote the book? Thanks.
ptlookout

West Yarmouth, MA

#17 Jan 22, 2015
jkorn wrote:
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I THOUGHT THE BOOK WAS GOOD , the beginning and middle were great but the end was kind of slow , any one in a frat during those times can feel it .. good stuff , Freeport AOT was no existant any way Omega and Delta in Freeport and Baldwin WERE STRONG .........
This guy is right AOT was non existant after 1975. Baldwin and Freeport Delta were strong. As were Freeport Omega, TKB, Alpha Theta.
ptlookout

Somerville, MA

#18 Jan 25, 2015
ptlookout wrote:
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Have not read the book yet. Little history on Freeport. One of the last years of AOT was 1975. In 1975 Freeport Kappa Theta Epsilon merged with Baldwin Delta Gamma Rho and became Freeport Delta.( Miss you Cap. Rest in Peace Cory W.) Omega, Alpha Theta Epsilon, Theta Kappa Beta were around at this time mid to late "70"'s. Sigma Tau Delta and Delta Rho Gamma were the sisters to Omega and Delta respectively. How do you get in touch with the guy who wrote the book? Thanks.
Stand corrected. Looks like Alpha was re-started in the 80's in Freeport. Sorry.

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