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2018 NSU PIKE ALUMNI ASSOC. GOLF SCRAMBLE

June 30, 2018 Cherokee Springs / Tahlequah
Check in 7:30 a.m. send your teams to brucehoop@aol.com
4 man team / must be pre-paid and registered
Pay here!

First 40 entries receive a 150th anniversary commemorative coin keepsake, $10 value!


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Cole Fuller (11) PIKE Memorial Scholarships 
Awarded to:
Blake Haggard and Kyler Crittenden for spring of 18



Spring 2017 four of the five Pledges

October 17, 2015, 20 new member initiations

January 23, 2015, 25 new member initiations








Congratulations:  the NSU Pike Alumni Assoc. Spring 2013 scholarships of $1,000 
Each For the fall pledge class of 2012

TO:

Aaron Raney and Drew Curley 





Congratulations:  the NSU Pike Alumni Assoc. Fall 2012 scholarships of $500 

will be awarded to:
Tommy Story (09)
Alex Burkdoll (10)
Ryan Freeman (10)





Welcome to our organization  
We have been serving the Northeastern Oklahoma Community for over 37 years. 
As men of the
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity - Theta Epsilon Chapter
we support the growth and integrity of the men of our fraternity and the strength of the universities they attend.

UPDATED 9/15/12

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The NSU ALUMNI ASSOC. DONATED $1500 to the chapter for Rush 2012, granted three Scholarships of $500 each for the 2012 fall semester.
Expended $3,850 on the fire truck
Donated $500 for National Convention expenses
Balance in the Alumni Assoc acct as of 9/15/12 $2,413.50 & $2,000 in the scholarship foundation

The NSU ALUMNI ASSOC. DONATED
$1,000
to the chapter for sring 2012
Awarded $1,000 scholarship to:


Lakelen Crane (11) for the fall pledge class scholarship
Balance in the Alumni Assoc. account 12/27/11 is $3400.62 which includes $2,350 ear marked for the Fire Truck.

The NSU ALUMNI ASSOC. DONATED
$1,000
to the chapter for Rush 2011
Awarded $500 scholarships to:
Ryan Freeman

Jordan Ladbrooke
Tommy Story


 Congratulations: Ryan Freeman (10) recipient of the Pledge Class Scholarship of $1,000 for 2010.

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Congratulations:  to Jordan Ladbrooke – 2010 Chapter $1,000 Scholarship award.

 



 

The NSU Alumni Association recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship to

the newly initiated member:

Jordan ladbrooke [mailto:jordladbrooke@hotmail.co.uk]

Jordon is on the NSU soccer team and from England.

$700 of the scholarship was contributed from the Craig Keener Memoriam

Fund.  He was selected by his pledge class as the recipient.


Recently the Alumni Association's Scholarship fund increased by $2,800 through a donation of an Electric car to the NSU Foundation. These as all scholarship funds go to memebers of the chapter.

 

Special thanks to Gary Cacy & Josh Reasor for putting on the best golf tournament yet.
Thank you to all that participated.
Special thanks to Scott Meek with his generous sponsorship contribution.




In memory of  Ryan Chistopher Smith (01)
November 5, 1982 - September 29, 2009


In memory of John Franklin Henry (91)
December 23,1965 - July 4, 2009


CRAIG L. KEENER (96)    1976-2009     IN MOMORIAM




Eddie Miller receiving: Young Alumni of the year award at the Emerald Ball



Josh Reasor with date Michelle Bruffett, Miss Northeastern at the Ball.



                     Gary Cacy, Bruce Hoop, Eddie Miller and Josh Reasor


 


Congratulations to EDWARD W. MILLER (85)    
  Recipient of the
COLLEGE'SNSU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION'S
"OUTSTANDING YOUNG ALUMNI 2008
Eddie is Chief Executive Officer of Bios Companies,
Inc.; Home Care for people with developmental disabilities and the elderly.
He resides in Sapulpa, OK, with his wife Kendyll of 22 years and three children, Zachary 16, Madison 12, and his oldest son; Jonathan,
in his second year at Ole Miss.

 


Eddie W. Miller (85) Recently received
the distinguished award from the
Northeastern State University's Alumni
Association of: "Outstanding Young
Alumnus 2008", Awarded to him at
NSU's Homecoming Ceremony. Eddie
has been a steadfast and "Platinum"
contributor to the Chapter's Alumni
Association for many years. The
Chapter and Alumni salute and thank
him!

 

PIKE-A-GUMBO

 

 4 large onions, 3 packages of Green onions, 4 bell peppers, 2 bunches of parsley, 2 bunches of

celery, small Small jar chopped garlic, 5 lbs of spicy cooked sausage, 5 lbs of ham, 4

chickens, I buy roasted chickens from the deli and use only the white meat, 1/3 small bottle of

extract of mint, 1/3 bottle of hickory liquid smoke, nature seasoning for salting, use chicken

brooth as liquid, canned okra & tomatoes and corn to taste.  The trick is slow cooking minimum

of 8 hours in roaster or crook pots, it doesn't even taste like it should in any shorter period, if

you add okra at start you won't even know it is in there, other than flavor.  If you like okra add

to mix just prior to serving.  If you add cooked shrimp, add 30 minutes before serving, as it

shrinks and gets tough. Cut portions in 1/3 for large Crook Pot.

 

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Chapter at Paton's mixer with alumni for dinner last spring.

       


Chorde William Davidson II (92)

Born in Drumright, Oklahoma on Apr. 14, 1972

 Departed on Aug. 24, 2008 and resided in Broken Arrow, OK.

            

OLD SCHOOL from Mike Scrimsher (84) 1985 of the members partial photo. This was taken at our place on the hill north of campus where we had the 3 houses that year & tennis court out front. Hope that this brings back plenty of memories.



            

Old School / 12 ft x 10 ft mural / student union 1977

     


OLD SCHOOL / Start of Tulsa to Memphis basket ball dribble 1975
We made it on time without incident with police escort 423 miles!

Ramblings of a mad man:
mostly written from events of my travels with the chapter and its battles along the way?

SCRIBED

      

To what I have scribed

Indelible or syllables temporal ever denied

Manuscripts of profundity or subscription to anonymity

Whims of thought or gleams of things not bought

Pursing of lips or cursing of flatulent quips

Things thought to rhyme but left to prose and lost to time

Hoop 5/19/12





TART

 

Oh what a trite, for they gave us life.

A dragon to slay along the way.

A chance to tart, and say “Do it our way”.

When the main coon cat settled, little was left, though

not our piddle.

Stories remarked, for we boasted them up.

Each we claimed very much, just for a touch.

When all was done.

All we proclaim,

It wasn’t a piddle.

For we sold them not shame.

At least be it told we sold them our fame.

Art is life, life is art.

Live it fully or destiny has no heart.

SALUTE

 

                I salute you

                Though not before you I bow

 

                For I know this salutation

                and how it was endowed

 

                I respect you

                For I know whence you came

                And now you seek the crown

 

                I admire you

                For I know you made travel

                And along the way, the ground was not

                firm, but, you feel stable now

 

                I admonish you

                For I know the winds before you

                Forebode not you tread the ground I trowel

 

                I warn you

                For I know your destiny has found

                the last strength deep within your bowels

 

                I salute you

                For my helmet’s visor was raised

                and forged open as it was when I found

 

                I know you

                For rather visor raised or denied

                Your salute is only past

                And for many as mine has stood the task

               

                Your salutation, denied, or forth giving

                Quest you jest

                For I know you

                And your disdain
Is not fertile humus
For this soil to claim

 

                As given
Pass in peace visor raised
Raise the lance
And Thrice my vine

                Will entangle with just a glance

INTEGRITY

 

MONSIEUR YOU MAY HAVE MY FOIL

 

YOU MAY HAVE MY HONOR

 

YOU MAY HAVE MY LOYALTY

 

BUT NOT MAY YOU HAVE MY STEED

 

FOR SHE NEVER WANTED

NOR ASKED

FOR THESE THREE

 

SHE ONLY TAKES ME FOR MOST WITHOUT

 

MY STEED INTEGRITY, KNOWS WHEN IT IS TIME

 

TO GIVE OUR LAST SHOUT

Ode to Pikes

 

 

Came in with the maddening crowd

it was our choice

a party

and poof, party over

quick, quick as no party, party at all?

yes

we made true

in recital

truth

an oath

and claims, claims sacred and bold

old they say and we in repeat

yes

we too told

yes we will make so!

bolder then any!

and to ourselves and the world we boasted and told, yet not sold or earned the gold

Yell as we may? be, bullet proof, we are so bold!

bullet proof as Teflon, a few eggs begin to boil

a breach, broken eggs and the yoke begins to stick and boil and turn to earth as soil

and around,

we were many

and now only a few

but a few

to lift, our pan out of the fire of the heart of the earth

and a few

burnt hands,

seem always to stand

Theirs which was once ours

Now only belongs to them, and to them we are glad

And out of ashes, what they hold,

should only be theirs

Yet, know not, but know they invite back all to what they still hold

knowing within the maddening crowd

acknowledging oath, they say told

at least one will stand tall and live the story beyond bold!

why?

storms are only weather

and men

and the men of Pi kappa Alpha may wither

though in a gale, are always, even if fallen, at least trying to stand

right the wrong, for those before us, those among us, and those behind us

in the oath

to become the men we vowed to be

in the oath

a challenge

and in life's challenges

a few take life to the challenge

and a life to the oath

"I what to be a Pike"

is only never to quit trying

to right, wrong

And to those men, and the men among them.

The alumni stand proud, and we know your sacrifices and applaud the strength

you have found!

an ode to Chapter men, of Theta Epsilon

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