Andreas D. Comodromos was born in Vatili, Famagusta, Cyprus the oldest of six children. He immigrated to the United States in April of 1974 with his family and pursued a college degree. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from St. Peter’s College in 1978, with a B.S. degree in Accounting and joined the audit staff of the international accounting firm or Ernst & Ernst and earned his CPA in 1982. He co-founded the accounting firm of Comodromos Associates, PA with his brother Michael and serves as president and managing partner of the firm, based in Paramus, New Jersey. He has served several positions on the Board of the Cyprus Federation of America and was elected Supreme President for two consecutive terms, from 1991 to 1995.
Andreas was a recipient of many honors including the Offikion Archon Dikaiophyax by his Eminence Archbishop Iakovos in March 1996, the Ellis Island Medal of Honor for outstanding contributions to America and distinguished service and of the Newcomen Society of America 1978 Award. In 2000, Andreas was honored as Man of the Year by Evangelismos Tis Theotokou Greek Orthodox Church in Jersey City and in 2001 received the prestigious “Justice for Cyprus Award” from the Cyprus Federation of America. In December of 2017, he received the highest award from the PanGregorians in New Jersey.
Andreas was elected to the National Council of the Order of Saint Andrew. He served as a member of the Council of Hellenes Abroad, (SAE) of the North and South American Region, a member of AHEPA, the American Institute of CPA’s, and the New Jersey Society of CPA’s. Andreas is involved in numerous community, business, and political endeavors, locally and at the national level and is eternally committed to the cause of justice in Cyprus. Andreas and his wife Anna have two children, Eliza and Demetrios, three grandchildren and resides in Kinnelon, New Jersey.