PHI DELTA THETA NATIONAL AND FRANKLIN COLLEGE
HAVE APPROVED THE RECOLONIZATION OF INDIANA DELTA, STARTING
SPRING 2019, FOR FULL CHAPTER ACTIVITIES COMMENCING IN
THE 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR. WELCOME HOME, BROTHERS.
I will strive in all ways to transmit the fraternity
to those who may follow after, not only, not less,
but greater than it was transmitted to me.
Last Line of the Phikeia Oath
You are a Phi Delt from Franklin, the 13th chapter nationally and the
bedrock of the College's Greek community since 1860.
Indianadelta.com is the one-stop home for your relationship with the chapter and its workings.
This site is designed to deepen your connection to Indiana Delta. Our chapter is alive and on the path to greatness for every brother in the bond. Whether you are searching for a classmate, service options in the chapter, or House Corporation news, indianadelta.com is here for you
Spring Alumni Dinner
Franklin College Napolitan Student Center Branigan Room
All area Phis are invited to join together to celebrate our brotherhood through The Bond and participate in the Phi Delta Theta Founders ceremony and recognize our anniversary members:
• Silver Legion (25 years)
• Golden Legion (50 years)
• Legionnaires (55, 60, 65, 70, 75 years)
Cost is $25 per attendee If unable to attend, please consider a donation to assist in the covering of costs.
• Attendee name(s)
• # of guests
Make payment to
Phi Delta Theta
Alumni Club of Franklin
or via MAIL:
7120 Red Lake Ct.
Indianapolis, IN 46217
thank you brothers…
Phi Delta Theta (Indiana Delta) chapter at Franklin College hosted our annual Homecoming meeting and tailgate this past Saturday. Brothers from many decades and divergent backgrounds participated in a wonderful meeting and tailgate, sharing thoughts, offering guidance, and lending support to our chapter and the path forward. we are so pleased to see the Brothers come back and engage the day with earnest and heartfelt intent.
The vote to recolonize was (and is) a success! We've had many brothers come forward and we've re-opened the voting portal for anyone with the intent to cast their vote through this week.
Early reports indicate our alumni are in strong positive support of recolonization. For the latest, stay tuned to for key statistics and pathways forward.
from a brother
A Brother Checks in…
I appreciate the invitation to attend the Alumni Dinner of May 11th, but due to a prior family commitment, I will not be able to attend. If it isn't too much bother, I would really be interesting in know which of my fraternity brothers from 1954 do attend.
In case anyone from 1954 asks, I'm doing fine. I decided a long time ago that the death rate for retirees is much higher than it is for people who still work on a regular basis. (That is supposed to be taken as a "tongue in cheek" observation) Regardless, after retiring from a major automobile parts supplier back in 2001, I decided that I still wanted to work and became a realtor. That has been quite a different work experience compared to the 40+ years that I worked in a corporate environment.
My wife, Mary, and I celebrated our 60th wedding anniversary in 2018 and have three sons and six grandchildren. Our oldest grandson is graduating with his MBA from Michigan State this coming Friday and our youngest grandchild just turned 14 a couple of weeks ago. I still play golf but lost my ability over the past few years to play with a single digit handicap.
All is well and I wish I could be attending the dinner. Please keep my on the mailing list for the 70th anniversary,
Yours in the Bond,