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Sal Farruggia - PresidentPresident - Sal Farrugia '96

Sal pledged in Spring 1993 and lived in the house in 1994. As an active brother, he served as scholarship chair but takes no responsibility for the chapter's GPA nor its abysmal graduation rate during his tenure.

Since graduating in 1996 from Temple, Sal remained in exile until returning to Kovner in March 2013 for the 20th anniversary of his pledge class. Inspired by a call to fill a leadership vacancy, Sal volunteered to serve as interim president for the alumni association. He has no real idea of what he has volunteered to do or should be doing, but remains enthusiastic with a desire to give back to an organization which was such a big part of his college experience.

Sal resides Haddon Heights, NJ with his wife and two children. He currently works for Parkway Corporation as their Vice President of Real Estate Development.

Ryan Overturf - Vice PresidentVice President - Jim Montgomery '01

Jimbo pledged Pi Lam in Fall 1997. Eager to become immersed in the brotherhood experience, he disregarded his own personal safety by living in chapter house for two years. He served honorably as Scribe, Pledgemaster, and unofficial Jay Jaitley babysitter. Jimbo is a highly engaged alumni who has been volunteering with Alumni Association for the past few years, attending meetings and organizing events. 

Jim gravitated to his North Philadelphia roots, returning to teach Social Studies to middle school kids at a charter school. He is currently pursuing a second Master's degree in Educational Leadership. He was married in 2012 in a ceremony well-attended by his brothers, and lives in Roxborough. 

Treasurer - Vasili Barbounis '99

Mallcolm McMillan - SecretarySecretary - Bob Pennock '11

Bob was a Refounding Father of PA Alpha Delta and a member of the Fall 2009 Alpha Class. But like many brothers, Bob briefly fell victim to the fraternity lifestyle and was not initiated with the rest of his class because of his grades (sad piano music). But Bob is a quick study. He rebounded, brought his grades up, and was the first brother to be initiated in the new house on 1520 North 17th Street.

Bob served two terms as historian and distinguished himself in the only known Greek Sing to incorporate rhythmic gymnastics. His choreography of the routine brought home a 3rd place finish for Pi Lam in the 2011 games.

He is currently a mechanical engineer for Integrated Project Services, a HVAC consulting firm in Blue Bell, Pa.


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