PA DELTA Chapter : Founded 1883


Pennsylvania Delta

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Gettysburg, PA 17325

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Alumni in the News

Brothers, We are asking you to support two of our brothers. Jay Jablonski ‘99 is an actor and a producer in Black White and The Greys. Sean Picket ‘96 is the Executive Producer. “We took the tough conversations of 2020 and wove them into an organic story of family and friends. The film takes a down the middle approach in 
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Class of ’66: Brother Hallam was commissioned a 2LT in the US Marine Corps. “This was the best thing I ever did in my life. I spent 4 years active duty and 7 years in the reserves, 12 months in Vietnam. I love every minute and am most proud of my service.” Download the Gettysburg Magazine and read all of 
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Pennsylvania’s finest wines were showcased at the 2014 Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. Karl Zimmerman ’72 and his family business of Shade Mountain Vineyards is highlighted this year in the visitors’s guide.
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Class of ’76: As president and CEO of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority (NJSEA), Gettysburg College alumnus Wayne Hasenbalg ’76 brings good times to the Garden State. He oversees all of the NJSEA’s facilities, including MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, and the American Dream entertainment complex at the Meadowlands See more in the 
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Delaware Valley College and the Middle Atlantic Conference collaborated to put together a video tribute to longtime athletic director Frank Wolfgang (SAE ’66), in honor of his 45 years at the college and 50 years in the conference. The four-plus minute video played at the MAC’s 13th annual Award Lunch as Wolfgang received the Lou Sorrentino Award for his influential 
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Established in 2012 by JEFFREY SIEGFRIED ’81 – The Siegfried Fellowship Program provides students with an outcomes-based internship experience that delivers results, valuable insights, and hands on professional work experience; access to career and professional development programs; and the opportunity to pay it forward as an ambassador and mentor to future fellows. Learn more.
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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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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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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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