Theta Nu Provisional Chapter
University of Missouri - St. Louis
Founded: Not Chartered
On November 5, 2016, 16 men were initiated into the Theta Nu Provisional Chapter at the University of Missouri – St. Louis. Assisting Assistant Director of Chapter Development Scott Rarick, Capital ’10, and Grand Chapter Advisor Carlton Matthews, Murray State '10, with initiation were members from the Eta Gamma Chapter at Southern Illinois and the Alpha Omicron Chapter at Missouri Valley. The Ceremony took place in the Millennium Student Center Century Ballroom C and the J.C. Penney Conference Center on the UMSL campus. The following men were present:
Nolan Adrian, Southern Illinois '14, David Bell, Southern Illinois '14, Nathan Bryan, Southern Illinois '15, Kyle Bochenek, Southern Illinois '15, Zachary Vanscoit, Southern Illinois '14, David Klein, Southern Illinois '15, Miles Freedenberg, Southern Illinois '15, Ethan Bentley, Southern Illinois '15, Eric J. Secrist, Southern Illinois '14, Josh McNeece, Missouri Valley '14, and Jacob Delcoure, Missouri Valley '13.
On this night, the Theta Nu Provisional Chapter was also installed and Braxton Perry, UM - St. Louis '16 was the Provisional Chapter President at the time of installation. The Installation Ceremony took place in the J.C. Penny Center on the UMSL campus and the men noted above were also in attendance for this occasion.
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