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HERE’S WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE NEW CONSTRUCTION
There is immeasurable energy and commitment to this project! This will provide a comfortable home for our undergrads and a wonderful place to gather and connect for our alumni. May your friendships, experiences and memories multiply!
Doug Throckmorton - '80
A great team effort to get us this far – now we need to finish strong!
Kelly Fish - '77
The Texas Alpha chapter could not be more happy to see construction finally underway! We could not be anywhere close to where we are today if we haven’t had as much alumni support as we have thus far. Thank you to every alumnus who has been generous enough to help make this happen. It’s an exciting time to be apart of Texas Alpha Phi Psi and we could not be more grateful! Amici!
Erik Herrera - '12
Texas Alpha is now beginning the next phase of securing the Phi Kappa Psi legacy at the University. So thankful for those that made this dream a reality. Proud to be a Phi Psi.
Rick Miller - '78
Congratulations to the dedicated servants of our beloved fraternity. Your hard work and dedication are going to guide us into a new era in Austin. It is incredibly exciting. Thank you, and again– congratulations!
Fred Hull - '83
Thank you to all those who have contributed to date and we encourage everyone to give something to this awesome endeavor so that you can call it truly your house for generations to appreciate. With such fond memories of houses on Longview and Colorado, securing a new home that will last for generations should give us all pride as we continue to transform the future leaders of this country! Amici and Hook’em!
Jay T. Reed - '81
It’s rewarding to be a part of such an incredible project. The vision is not to have the greatest house for bragging rights. In a time where leadership within our country is poor, we have the ability to shape tomorrow’s leaders. By banding together to ensure this project thrives, we can take satisfaction in knowing that we have laid a solid foundation not only for Phi Psi for years, but also the progress of our country.
Daniel Harvey - '00
Happy Founders Day for Texas Alpha – 1904 – 111 years young!
Scott Noble - '81 (Current SWGP National President for Phi Kappa Psi)
So thankful to finally see Texas Alpha’s hard work pay off! The undergraduates are thrilled to have construction underway and cannot say enough thank yous to our board members and all of our alumni for their efforts. An exciting time to be a Phi Psi!
Jay Trapp - '13 (Current Texas Cowboy who will be manning the Cannon this year)
Great to see! Fantastic time for Phi Psi @ UT…
Russ Kempton - '76
Just moved to Austin from Indianapolis (IN Delta 2005) and just heard about the new house. Congrats brothers, and I look forward to seeing the new compound! LEDN
Jonathan Brewer - '05 (Indiana Delta)
I’m excited and proud to support this project! With a new location closer to campus and a house plan second to none, Phi Psi will be positioned extremely well for success far into the future.
Tom Pennington - '80 (Current SWAG National Secretary of Phi Kappa Psi)
Do you think the construction crew is wearing their Red Wings? Someone should check to see if they each have 4 quarters for the new house phone. Glad to see us finally break ground. Excited to see what the nicest (and most expensive) house to be on West Campus is going to look like?
Eric Keller - '94
I challenge the pledge classes initiated between 1980-87 — brothers during my time at UT — to participate 100% in the capital campaign. 100% — even if a small amount. It can be paid over five years and is tax deductible! Guys, if you have ever thought about donating to the fraternity, now is the time to do it. We need your help. This house will go a long way in developing and providing for future generations of Phi Psis. I know all of you got something from the fraternity, whether great times, memories, leadership, or lifelong friends, so please give something back to the chapter and be a part of this historical turning point for Texas Alpha.
Brent Monteleone - '84
Somebody give that backhoe driver a bid!
Blake Wiley - '01
I wonder if I can re-enroll? Of course, Frank Erwin, our illustrious UT President back then, wouldn’t have liked that liveoak tree, would he?…
L.J. Calley - '65