Theta Gamma recharters at Buffalo

The chapter was installed by current National Secretary Timothy Hebson, Alpha Eta (Samford), and Tony Noce, Alpha Upsilon (Drexel), respectively. The 54 founding fathers were initiated into Pi Kappa Phi by the men of Eta Lambda (Brockport) and Theta Psi (Rochester Institute of Technology). Overall, it was a memorable evening for everyone involved. The chapter hosted a banquet at Samuel’s Grande Manor, a venue with a refined elegance in a classically modern setting.

Representing the national fraternity at the chapter’s chartering banquet were the Director of Chapter Development Nick Atzenbeck, Iota Kappa (Northern Colorado), and Leadership Consultant Colton Robbins, Iota Chi (Ball State). Members of the Buffalo community as well as alumni and friends were also present including Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life Pamela Stephens-Jackson, Theta Gamma alumni Daniel Stephen Overton and Thomas Stillwell, Theta Nu (Delaware) alumnus Paul Edward Parker-Thompson, and Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph’s) alumnus Vincent Thompson.

During his keynote address, Timothy Hebson challenged the chapter to pave the path towards its future. He offered the men advice to become better men and encouraged them to embrace being an exceptional leaders. Hebson concluded his address with the re-telling of how fortunate he was to have met his wife through Pi Kappa Phi.

The Buffalo Fraternity & Sorority Life community and Pi Kappa Phi are extremely proud of the men of Theta Gamma and look forward to all that they will accomplish.