Georges Gedeon

georges gedeon smGeorges Gedeon est ne en 1948.Il est le fondateur et le vice president du club 1963-1968 et en 1968,il a été elu come president de ce club.

De meme ,il a été le fondateur de deux ecoles : la premiere nommee « AL_YANBOUH » qui a lieu au CHIYAH et l’autre nomme « LYCEE AMCHIT » qui a lieu a AMCHIT

Georges Gedeon était de meme l’auteur d’un livre ayant pour theme les enfants ayant des delinquances qui lui a valu d’etre honore par l’UNESCO et par le mouvement social au liban.

Son mariage a Mme  MARIE CLAIRE JIBRIL GEDEON a donne naissance a 3 garcons ELIE qui  est un ingenieur en informatique , VICTOR qui est  un ingenieur hydraulique   et MARWAN le plus jeune qui est un ingenieur informatique en telecom.



Le president de la federation libanaise de volleyball M. Jean Hammam livrant en trophee a M.Geaorges Gedeon vice president ,fondateur et ancien president en temoignage de ses 50 annees de service.


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