Phi Kappa Theta - Iowa State University

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Iowa Xi Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta at Iowa State University

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FKQ CLONE Ames Phi Kappa Building Company P.O. Box 393 Ames, IA 50010-0393 Address Service Requested save the dates 31st Annual Golf Outing Saturday, August 11 We will hold a similar event as last year, and host a cookout at the chapter house when we're finished with the round. Be on the lookout for early bird registration in the coming months. Homecoming 2018 Saturday, October 27 ISU vs. Texas Tech A large tent has been reserved, stay tuned for updates on time. T hank you to everyone who stopped by the Homecoming tailgate this year. It was great to see familiar faces and some new ones. Our day was capped off with a great win for the Cyclones! Another football highlight this year was seeing everyone down in Memphis for the Liberty Bowl. We can't wait to see what the team brings next year! Go Cyclones! H o m e c o m i n g R e c a p The Great Bicycle Ride across Iowa Comes to Ames! R AGBRAI 2018 just so happens to pass through Ames this year on July 24. The chapter house will be open if you'd like to stop by, or crash for the night. We will also be hold- ing a tailgate for anyone that's passing by. If you think you will be a part of the RAGBRAI celebration, please email Clayton Short '15 at We will also be coordinating a day ride on Satur- day, July 28 for the last leg of the route. Alumni News Jerome Peltier '62 sold his house and moved into an apartment in Somerset Apartments in Ames, Iowa. He is adjusting and enjoys freedom from mowing and snow shoveling. Steven Hittle '70 is the owner and operator of Adventure Miniature Golf and Batting Cages, as well as Legends Miniature Golf and Batting Cages in Colorado Springs, Colo. E-mail: Anthony Fleischacker '75 is loving retirement and sleeping in. He is catching up on projects around his home. E-mail: Robert Peterson '76 is enjoying retirement in the mountains of Colorado. Bob retired in 2015 from Raytheon as an engineering fellow and chief architect. "Go Cyclones!" He and his wife, Susan, reside in Dillon, Colo. E-mail: Gary G. Rogers Jr. '79 retired from working for the City of Antigo, serving as the city administrator, in 2016. He resides in Gulf Shores, Ala., most of the time. E-mail: David McCleary '83 sold a majority of his company, Custopharm Inc., to Waterstreet Healthcare Partners. E-mail: Gregory Burgess '11 got married to Shannon on September 23, 2017, at the downtown Marriott in Des Moines, Iowa. E-mail: A great turnout for the Homecoming tailgate and a win for the Cyclones! WEBSITE - • FACEBOOK - ISUphikaps • TWITTER - @ISUPhiKap

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