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•   Joel Moore #334  8/7
•   Bill Livesay #135  8/5
•   Joseph Martino #248  8/2
•   Ronald G. (Rusty) Compton #119  7/21
•   Gary Young #536  7/13
•   Robert Crank #387  6/24
•   Thomas Jones #407  5/13
•   Craig Moritz #432  5/5
•   Gregory Barrows #441  4/29
•   Henry Nathan Omambia #997  4/28
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1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Arizona
5 live in California
4 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
1 lives in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Guam
1 lives in Illinois
6 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Massachusetts
5 live in Missouri
2 live in Nebraska
2 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
3 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in South Dakota
2 live in Tennessee
309 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
2 live in Washington
573 location unknown


If it's not too much to ask, could all of you look for composites during the years you were in school? The Texas Eta Chapter has long since lost most of the composites that once hung around the house and it would be nice to have a repository for all of them. The Stone Fort has been digitized but the quality of the scans are still very poor. I would like the actual photograph. Please send me a private message and I'll provide my address. They will be returned to you.

Joel Moore #334

Dear Brothers -- Our Phikeia Class of 16 Re-Founders has been busy working on Fall Rush and solidifying their Phikeia brotherhood. We have each Phikeia matched with a Big Brother and early reports indicate the Alumni are loving this opportunity to help share and shape the understanding of their Little Brothers on being a Texas Eta man of Phi Delta Theta!  

I have spoken this week with Alexander Valdez, president of the Texas Eta Chapter. He and 5 of his executive team want to attend the upcoming Kleberg Conference in Oxford, OH, put on by GHQ. But they have no funds for this and I am asking you for your URGENT FINANCIAL HELP.  They have a shoestring budget need of $3,000 for all 6 men for registration and travel. Following is the message to us from Alexander:  

To esteemed alumni,

Kleberg conference in Oxford Ohio is happening July 30th -August 2. In attendance, we will have our chaplain, warden ,Vp,secretary ,and risk management attending. Of the 6 delegates going to represent our chapter, our Vp was selected to receive the whole man scholarship!

The cost to travel by plane would’ve been more for round trip than traveling by vehicle. This is our first national convention as a re-emerging chapter. This trip would give a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn about the origins of Phi Delta Theta while in the process learning how to keep true to the Bond. Kleberg also serves to strengthen our understanding of brotherhood while developing networks with other chapters.

We hope to learn how Phi Delta Theta has been able to aid you in becoming the greatest version of yourself. We strive to tap into the potential of our greatness. This trip with your help will get us there.

Yours truly,

Alexander, President

I will be contributing to this cause, and I invite you to join me with a contribution of $100 - $500!  I will gather funds, give each of you an accounting, and provide funds to Alexander's group. These young men are excited about Phi Delta Theta, and excited to understand the traditions of Texas Eta!  We will have other opportunities to help them financially with Rush and Fall semester activities. I thank you in advance for helping with this need. 

You can Venmo me at  @tom-mason-21 or mail me a check to 7619 Marquette, Dallas 75225.  

Please text or email so I can be looking for your funds. Thanks!  Yours in the Bond.


Tom Mason #159

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.

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.