ANNUAL FUND UPDATE – HAVE YOU MADE YOUR 2019 GIFT?

Help Us Make the 2018-19 Giving Year Strong!

Our 2018-19 giving year, which began on September 1, is almost over with only $1,200 collected from 6 Brothers. We want to thank those 6 Brothers (you can find them under the Honor Roll tab at our website) who have already made a contribution to the Phi Phi Chapter so far this giving year!

Our 2018-19 giving year goal is $15,000. Last year, 96 out of 1,087 alumni chose to make a voluntary gift. We are very far from meeting our goal so we need your immediate help. Who will be next to join our 2018-2019 Honor Roll?

CLICK HERE TO DONATE NOW!

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Flashback Profile - Al Shoemaker '60

Looking Back a Few Years to a Great Profile on Brother Al Shoemaker '60

*This profile originally ran back in 2013 but it had some great memories worth sharing again. If you have any memories to share about your time with Sigma Chi or if you would like to be profiled, let us know by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Sigma Chi had a very positive effect on me,” Al Shoemaker ’60 says. “I made some of the best friends of my life, and not including all of the social aspects of it, I learned some good values, and I learned about leadership. It carried me for the rest of my life.”

Al grew up in the small town of Somerset, Pennsylvania. He was invited to the Sigma Chi house by brother Jack Younkin '58, his hometown neighbor. Al liked the diversity of Sigma Chi; its members were involved in all types of activities on campus. He lived in the house for two years, and his roommate the first year, Leigh Faldi ’60, was the social chair. “He was kind of a wild one and always had something going,” Al says. “He ran through the budget before the football season was over. We had to have a special assessment because we ran out of money—we didn’t have any money for the Christmas formal!” The second year, Al ruled the roost as president.

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