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These Brothers Are Showing Their Loyalty, Keeping Phi Phi Chapter Strong

It takes a special kind of Phi Phi brother to make more than just a symbolic commitment to our brotherhood—to go the extra mile by making a financial commitment, no matter the amount.

That’s why we want to take a moment give our utmost thanks to the brothers who given to the Centennial Capital Campaign so far to support our vision for the chapter house, listed on the honor roll.

These generous brothers have helped upgrade the house with new furniture, light fixture and fans, washer and dryer, and much more.

We would like to especially recognize our eldest donors (Thomas Werner ’47, Peter Sigmund ’51, Daniel D’Imperio ’53, Arthur Tawes ’47, William Cooper ’46, and John Chase ’47) and our youngest donors (William Doyle ’12, Eric Su ’11, Thomas Philipose ’12, and Kevin Boreen ’13). These brothers have shown that no matter how many or how few years have gone by since graduating, brotherhood is a lifelong commitment.

There’s still plenty of time to show YOUR commitment to Phi Phi Chapter’s Centennial Capital Campaign and support future projects. Click here to make your gift and add your name to our list of donors.