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Tau Brother Ed McMonigle isn’t afraid to credit his Delt experience for his own personal growth and development.  We caught up with him recently to thank him for his contribution to our annual fund and ask him a few questions.  Read on for what he had to say.

“I heard about DTD my first fall semester at Penn State and was invited to the house by a Delt who lived in my dorm on the same floor.

My favorite memories of being a Delt are tailgating around my car during most home football games, playing football in the front yard of the Shelter, attending basketball games at Rec Hall, and living in the lofts after the fire.

The Job market was very poor when I graduated from PSU and I took a temporary job as a mail clerk at a major oil company in Wayne, PA, which led to full-time employment six months later.  I worked my way up the ladder and then took an opportunity to move to California, where I now reside.  I am still employed in the oil sector and work in the Supply and Trading Department of a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi and have been here for 22 years.  I have a daughter who is 31 and a son who is 29, along with two grandchildren, ages 5 and 3 – they all live very close to me.

To me, the main benefit of being a Tau Delt was becoming more outgoing and social.  I chose to give back to the annual fund because I want to keep Tau Chapter a viable one at PSU and because of the impact being a Delt had on my personal growth and development.”

Brother McMonigle went on to add a bit of advice for future Tau Brothers – “Make the most of your Delt experience by becoming a leader or officer in the Chapter and get involved in PSU campus clubs and organizations,” he said.

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