Pi Kappa Phi is proud to announce Major General Thomas L. Carter, Gamma Delta (Memphis), as the 2016 recipient of the Mr. Pi Kappa Phi award. Given annually, the Mr. Pi Kappa Phi award is the fraternity’s highest and most prestigious honor to be bestowed upon a member. Although they come from different backgrounds and professions, all recipients of Mr. Pi Kappa Phi have one thing in common: a profound love of and dedication to their fraternity.
Major General Carter had the great privilege to serve the highest levels of the U.S. government, both as a civilian and military officer, including the White House, U.S. Senate and the Department of Defense. Among his active duty experiences, he served as Air Force Aide to President Ronald Reagan during which he carried the “nuclear football.” In 2012, he was named to the Pi Kappa Phi Hall of Fame because of his notable professional accomplishments.
He is a former archon of Gamma Delta Chapter and serves on the Gamma Delta Housing Corporation. He has been involved in Pi Kappa Phi at the national level through Nu Phi, serving as a Foundation trustee, fraternity staff and various alumni committees including the Centennial Commission. He currently leads the Fraternity’s efforts in the Fraternity/Sorority Political Action Committee. Perhaps most significant, Tom has mentored hundreds of young Pi Kapps into internships, jobs and better lives.
Major General Carter will be recognized during the Supreme Banquet on Saturday, July 30, at Supreme Chapter in Austin, Texas.
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