Gamma-Delta Chapter at University of Miami

Gamma-Delta is currently inactive.

For more information about restarting this chapter, please contact the Expansion Team at expansion@tke.org.

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University of Miami

Gamma-Delta Chapter at University of Miami
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Founded: October 28, 1949
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**Disclaimer: Your local IFC and university policies differ from campus to campus, therefore we can not guarantee at restart.

Membership

Achievements

Total Lifetime
Members

561

Lifetime Chapter
Awards Received

1

Life Loyal
Tekes

3

TKE Educational
Foundation Donors

78

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Recent News

Frater Les Paul Remembered for a Lifetime of Music

Published On: 8/20/2009

The death of Frater Les Paul (Gamma-Delta, Univ. of Miami) may not have been as unexpected as the loss of Michael Jackson or other stars who die in the middle of their lives. After all, Lester William Polsfuss was 94 years old.

Frater Les Paul Celebrates 93rd Birthday

Published On: 6/12/2008

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The Offices of the Grand Chapter extend a heartfelt Happy Birthday to Frater Les Paul (Gamma-Delta, Univ. of Miami) as he celebrates his 93rd birthday. Born Lester William Polsfuss, the music icon adopted the simplified stage name Les Paul and began his career as a professional guitarist at age 13.

Frater Les Paul Receives Presidential Award

Published On: 11/19/2007

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Long recognized as a key figure in the history of the electric guitar and modern audio recording techniques, Frater Les Paul (Gamma-Delta, Univ. of Miami) can now add the highest award given to artists and arts patrons by the United States Government, the National Medal of Arts, to his already impressive list of achievements.

Frater Merv Griffin Passes into the Chapter Eternal

Published On: 8/14/2007

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Frater Merv Griffin (Gamma-Delta, University of Miami) worked tirelessly to develop the entertainment industry until his death at the age of 82 this weekend from complications with Colon Cancer.

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