A Special Thanks
To Five Beta Phi Brothers A Special Thanks
The remarkable completed renovation of the Pike Chapter House at Purdue could not have taken place without the leadership and dedication of five of our alumni brothers. The group worked as a team, with each taking on his particular area of expertise.
This special group consisted of Charlie Hetrick ’63, Foundation board member and construction chairman; Brian Doolittle ’70, Foundation board member and capital campaign chairman; Bob Nice ’82, Home Association member and bank loan chairman; and Bill Kinder ’95 and Doug Kinder ’91, general contractors.
Each of these brothers played an important part in the transformation of our home—updating it, bringing it up to current codes, and putting it in a place to compete with the top fraternities at Purdue. With our
great location and completed total house renovation, we are now regarded as one of the top Greek organizations on campus.
The only way we can show our appreciation and gratitude to these five brothers is to thank them publically and personally. The continued bonds of brotherhood and the generous donation from Beta Phi alumni have made this renovation possible and created a home for future Purdue Pikes.