The brothers of Missouri Iota are proud to have been initiated into the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity on October 23, 2015. Starting off as an interest group in the Spring of 2014 and growing into a colony on November 1, 2014, these men have grown both personally and professionally. After only a year of being a colony, Missouri Iota has satisfied the requirements of becoming a chapter and received the charter at their banquet ceremony on October 24, 2015.
The initiation and installation ceremonies were presided over by General Council Member-at-Large Moe Stephens, Director of Expansion Tucker Barney, and Colony Development Specialist Dylan Berg. The charter was officially presented to Chapter President Samuel Horstmeier at the installation banquet that was held in Evans Commons at Lindenwood University. The banquet had approximately 200 attendants at the memorable event.
The men of Missouri Iota are thankful for all the help that they received in order to achieve this grand accomplishment. To the Phi Delta Theta General Headquarters, Phi Delta Theta chapters, Lindenwood University’s Student Life and Leadership, Greek Life advisers, family and friends, and all the fellow Greeks on campus, the men of Missouri Iota would like to extend their sincerest thanks. It would not have been possible for these men to become who they are without all the help and support they have received.
The men of Phi Delta Theta’s Missouri Iota Chapter look forward to growing together in the three cardinal principles of Phi Delta Theta and carrying on the Phi Delt Legacy both on campus at Lindenwood University and in the St. Charles community.