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On May 5th the Houston Alumni Club hosted our Founder’s Day celebration at the Houston Racquet Club and the Texas Eta Chapter was well represented at this annual event. In attendance were Johnny Morrison #33, Tommy Moore #58, Ben Moore #80, Robert Leboeuf #84, Bill Livesay #135, Fisher Trigg #209, Ray Driver #218, Gary Lindenberger #239, Paul Noyd #258, Mark Hobson #293, Joel Moore #334, Chris Wren #630 and Brett Heinrich #964. Texas Eta also had the most brothers recognized for their years of membership. Leading this esteemed group of men was founding member and former Forester John R. (Johnny) Morrison #33 with 60 years of membership, followed by William R. (Bill) Livesay #135 with 55 years. Receiving their 50 year pins were H. Fisher Trigg, Jr. #209, James R. (Ray) Driver #218, Gary E. Lindenberger #239 and Paul A. Noyd #258.

Be sure to take a look at the pics of the event under the Photos & Memorabilia tab.

Hello Everyone, 

On Friday, April 22nd Phi Delta Theta formally inducted the Texas Eta Emerging Chapter at Stephen F. Austin State University. Congratulations to our incredible refounders and alumni for reaching this milestone. 

Texas Eta's weekend was extremely successful beginning In Nacogdoches and ending in College Station. After our Induction on Friday we regrouped Saturday morning for our work on the chapter day where we discussed the groups vision, goals, plans for Fall Recruitment and requirements for Installation. Everyone is now on the same page as far as next steps for the group. Then, on Sunday four members of our executive board traveled to the Texas Province Retreat hosted by Phi Delt's chapter support coordinators. They learned more about how to lead Texas Eta and had good conversations with leaders of other Texas Chapters. 

With that, we are coming up on the end of the semester. This week we met once more as a group, once more as an executive board and will finish the semester with a brotherhood event going axe throwing. 

Overall our refounders have some work ahead of them, but I firmly believe they are up for it. They'll spend the Summer planning to ensure a strong start to the Fall and I'm excited to watch their growth from afar. 

If you're looking for pictures from the event, please email our Vice President Gustavo Torres (

Again thank you all for coming this weekend and providing our refounders with such a strong welcome into the organization. 

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

Thank you, 

Matthew Theut 

Welcome to the Texas Eta website : The site has been developed for the entire chapter to enjoy and hopefully participate. It will be continually changing with your input, so don't hesitate to supply your ideas. All reasonable suggestions will be reviewed and implemented if at all possible.