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Pfti Gamma Delta Returns to Ole Miss 1 e Founding Fathers of the Eta Deuteron Chapter pose for a photo. Back row, left to right: Brian Crider, John Drew, Mike Gray, James ■ garde, Mark Meredith, David Bushong, Chris Graham, Mike Strelecki, John Zoeller, Drew Horman and Manuel Rodriguez. Middle row, left ' light: Adam Alvis, Craig Long, Chad Wright, Terry Redeker, Joey Flynt, Joe Gex, Mike Todaro, Tobie Baker, Van l ix, Andy Piorris, Ward shart, Ken Jamison, Don Crabtree, Brian Massengale, Kevin Wright and Chuck Counce. Front row, left to right: Jason Hampton, Russ iois, David Hyde, Jose Rodriguez, John Bateman, Sean Haynes, Steve Stone, Justin Cabral, Alvln Hutchens and Andy Voelker. 1 February 18, 1992, a group of men at the University of Mississippi pledged to uphold the traditions and values Phi Gamma Delta. It had been over a century since the Fraternity last had a chapter on campus; however, this id not deter the Delta Colony from breaking into one of the most traditional and foreboding Greek systems in the a)uth. Two years later, the colony ' s petition to be rechartered as a fijlly recognized chapter was accepted, pursuit of the charter. Phi Gams pushed for excellence in all areas of campus life. From student government and Jbs to professional and honorary societies, brothers of Phi Gamma Delta have been active in a wide range of ganizations. Members are encouraged to excel in all areas of student life, le culmination of these efforts led to the Colony ' s reestablishment as the Eta Deuteron Chapter on April 23, )94. Brothers from Alabama, Mississippi State, north Alabama and Tulane helped to usher the Chapter into the Ids of Phi Gamma Delta. Archon President Mike Shipley, Ritualist Bill Miller, Executive Director Bill Martin, rector of Chapter Services Bob Baney, and Section Chief John Allelo directed the chartering weekend. The larter was presented by Legate Tom Garrett (Tennessee ' 37), whose grandfather, Thomas B. Garrett, was an liie fifl 7 5 graduate of the original Eta Deuteron Chapter at Ole Miss. therW ' evening, the formal banquet was held at the University Inn in Oxford, where almost 200 Phi Gams and ' " ' i mily members were in attendance. Eta Deuteron presented the International Fratemity with a complete set of jned works by Oxford writer John Grisham. Special thanks were given to two graduate brothers who had been ost helpful to Ole Miss Phi Gams along the way: Gary Huckaby (Alabama ' 86) and Keith Henley (fiorth Alabama 9). Associate Dean of Students Sparky Reardon was also thanked for his help. i Eta Deuteron continues to shine at Ole Miss, the brothers will move forward in the quest for excellence. As in e past, the challenges of the future will be met full force. Phi Gamma Delta at Ole Miss is here to stay. Greeks 329 .rofNort
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