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What is the memory that makes you laugh hardest today?

"Catching Flork making noise after hours on the second floor and fining him 0.50." - Leonard Anthony Pasquini, '66

"One had to do with a Hay Ride. Julie Matheson wasn't watching where she stepping and managed to find the emergency exit out of the wagon. I never saw Jeff Grubb move that fast before or after. Luckily, Julie was none the worse for her unexpected trip and came up giggling. It was one of those things that made my time at PSU and Phi Sig some of the best I had there." - Luke Spaseff, '86

"Tom Gresham and Chris Zigler being "poled" with some of the most vile food ever imagined." - Joe Schappert, '88

Describe the best party

"As a group, the Halloween parties were the best. The all-time best however was the Homeless People Party we threw one night as a social with one of the sororities. Everyone dressed up as bums and drank wine and whatever out of paper bags. We had a great DJ that night with a burn barrel outside where you could get a breath of "fresh" air if wanted." - Luke Spaseff, '86

"Homecoming Fall 1985 with AZ." - Joe Schappert, '88

Describe your favorite/best road trip

"As pledge master sending new pledges 1967 to University of Virginia." - Leonard Anthony Pasquini, '66

"The best was the pledge trip with Jon Caspero and the boys. We went to Maryland and hung out with Phi Sigs there for a weekend. The drinking age was 18 and we all could go to the Rendezvous, "The Vous." The girls there must have been the inspiration for Coyote Ugly. There were wet tee-shirts, beer a-plenty, and a few fights. What a trip!" - Luke Spaseff, '86

"Pledge bolt Fall '85 to Washington DC, American University with Shroom, trap, Orin, and Dave." - Joe Schappert, '88

What is the one memory you have shared or will share with your children or grandchildren?

"The bonding and friendship of my roommate, Chuck Grogam, who is the God Father to my first son, now 35 years old, and my best friend for 40 years." - Leonard Anthony Pasquini, '66

"For all of the fun we had, I want to share with them that we were a family. Since I have daughters, I have warned them repeatedly that fraternity men are to be avoided at all costs." - Luke Spaseff, '86

"How 47 plus men with different backgrounds could share a home, run a business and still have the most fun of their lives." - Joe Schappert, '88