PA DELTA Chapter : Founded 1883


Pennsylvania Delta

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Gettysburg, PA 17325

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RICHARD T. BURKE ’79 appointed Warren County, NJ prosecutor. Republican Gov. Chris Christie nominated Richard T. Burke, Class of ’79, in December and the State Senate confirmed him in March. Read the full article.
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ROBERT DUELKS ’77 has recently been appointed to serve as Chair of the Board of Trustees. DAVID BRENNAN ’75 joins him on the Board of Trustees.
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WAYNE HASENBALG ’76 was recently appointed by Governor Chris Christie as head of the NJ Sports & Exposition Authority, which runs the Meadowlands Sports Complex (host of the 2014 Super Bowl). He had been Christie’s chief of staff on policy issues. Read the full article.
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Playing during one of the most successful eras in Gettysburg College baseball history, Marc Favieri left his mark as one of the Bullets top hurlers of all-time and became the program’s first-ever All-American. Favieri joined the Bullets in 1987 while the team was well-established, having won a Middle Atlantic Conference title the season before. A crowded, and talented pitching staff 
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Chris Notarfrancesco posted records on the Gettysburg gridiron that few before or since have been able to equal. Notarfrancesco took a lead role in the offense after transferring to the school for his sophomore campaign. He led the team in receptions and receiving yards in each of his first two seasons, in addition to setting a new standard for kick-off return 
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Jim “Moss” Kurtz, Class of ’71, was featured in the Boston Globe article “Decades Later, War’s Chapter Completed” Read the article. The war killed Bob Kurtz. It just took seven years for the war to catch up to him. Kurtz was copilot of a B-24 Liberator that was shot down over Ehrwald, Austria, in 1944. Two crew members were killed, 
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Throughout his life, Gene Kain has done nothing but earn respect. From winning a state wrestling title at Haddonfield Memorial High School to becoming mayor of the small community he grew up in to climbing mountains to bike riding in the mountains of France to competing in marathons and triathlons to teaching and coaching to running a prosperous funeral business 
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by Doc (Gerry Farrow, ’62) No matter how many times Joe’s or Chuck’s names come up I reflect and think of both these men and the sacrifice they gave… Our family did much as you did a number of years ago as I wanted to give my girls an understanding of all the good men that were lost in the 
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