Phi Kappa Tau Holds Ribbon Cutting
November 01, 2012
The brothers of Phi Kappa Tau are incredibly grateful to those responsible for the renovation and opening of their “new home” on South Union Avenue.
The large home next to Sigma Alpha Epsilon, formerly known as the Berea House, was officially dedicated during a ceremony at Homecoming. Alumni Harry Paidas ‘74, associate professor of communication and director of the Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement at Mount Union; the Honorable Judge Clunk ‘51 and Roy Clunk ‘77, together successfully orchestrated the fundraising that led to the ribbon cutting. Ron Clutter ‘80, Dan Keller ‘72, Steve Harter ’84 and Cliff Shields ‘43, are all brothers who were significant donors to the project.