September 21, 2017

Brothers from across the US honor past Archon

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Every July 2, Delta Phi (Radford) Pi Kapps from across the U.S. meet in Richmond, VA, to honor their fallen brother, Kirby Porter, past Archon. 

Brothers Ed Ramsey ('83) and Steve Shephard ('82) worked to organize the annual memorial. 

Brothers from Delta Phi and other chapters were in attendance. 

Pictured: L-R Front - Tom Humphreys, Dave Fink, Jeff Leach, Little Sister Linda Karageorges, Cliff Schamber and Jon Eklund. L-R Back - Matt Miller, Peggy Miller, Mike Moorcones, Sean Quinlan, Steve Sheppard, John Ashworth, Dave Kyle, Greg Evans, John Payne, Dave Tesh, Dale Hedershot, Steve Sowers and Skipper Lane.

 

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Last modified on September 21, 2017

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