Founders’ Day 2015

Deserving Members Awarded at Founders’ Day 2015

Following guidance provided by National Fraternity President Scott Noble, Texas ’81, the alumni outreach committee added elements to the Founder’s Day activities this year, including a March Madness viewing party at the chapter house on Friday night and incorporating awards into the ceremonies. The awards provided this year were in recognition of philanthropic efforts, entrepreneurship, and dedication to the ideals of Phi Kappa Psi.

Through an all-alumni nomination process, MAHC decided to award the following members:
•  Archie DiBlassio ’59 received the philanthropic award for his strategy work with MAHC and other community organizations.
•  Jon Oberheide ’02 received the entrepreneurship award for founding and leading the award-winning internet security firm, Duo Security in Ann Arbor.
•  Dave Frayne ’89 was named Mr. Phi Psi for practicing the ideals of the Phi Kappa Psi Creed, even through MAHC’s darkest moments.
•  Hayden Schenker ’11, a graduating senior, earned the undergraduate Mr. Phi Psi award for his four years of service and loyalty to his brotherhood. With that award, we were fortunate to provide him with a $1,000 gift to help his transition from college life to the real world.
•  Quinzel Perry ’12 was recognized for his service to the brotherhood, specifically his efforts related to the philanthropic campaigns of Michigan Alpha. His leadership helped the brothers launch their inaugural Freeze the Puck on Cancer hockey game versus FIJI at Yost Arena in January. Through his efforts, the brothers were able to present Mark Janssen ’11 a donation dedicated to his family’s foundation.

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