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Omicron Alumni Association
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Join the Omicron Alumni Organization Today!
It is an exciting time to be a Pi Kappa Phi at the University of Alabama. As our centennial anniversary approaches, there is no better time to get involved with Omicron Chapter. A great way to stay involved with the Chapter is through the Omicron Alumni Organization (OAO). The organization’s purposes are to facilitate contacts among Brothers, organize social events, and create mentoring contacts between alumni and younger Brothers. OAO membership will consist of Brothers who participated in the campaign and others who join voluntarily. There will be no dues, but members will be encouraged to contribute to the University of Alabama – Pi Kappa Phi Building Fund.
Each member will receive a custom lapel pin and a password to the Omicron Alumni Organization’s website. This site will allow members to submit stories or photos, review an events calendar, and update contact information. The website will also permit members to post job opportunities and resumes. We believe that utilizing the e-mail and social media resources available to us will fix the lack of communication among Brothers.
We need Brothers who want to participate in fellowship, mentoring, and events. OAO is operating with high expectations, but recognizing the organizational challenges presented by our alumni geographic footprint. The following brothers have participated in the efforts: Bill Barton ’68 (email@example.com), John Greeves ’88 (firstname.lastname@example.org), David Adams ’89 (email@example.com), Steve Smith ’88 (firstname.lastname@example.org), Seth Chapman ’84 (email@example.com), Whit Callahan ’64 (firstname.lastname@example.org), Jimmy May ’71 (email@example.com), and Phil Graff ’67 (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you are interested in volunteering in any way or staying in touch with these efforts, contact any of us at the information listed or on Facebook. A large, connected alumni group will provide lasting benefits for all Brothers. Please share our excitement in our 100 years of Omicron Chapter.
Steve Trimmier ’63
Warren DeBardelaben ’82