Fraternity re-elects local as president
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Rich Fabritius
Rich Fabritius
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The members of Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity have re-elected Rich Fabritius of Smyrna for a fifth term to the General Council, the organization’s board of directors.

Fabritius will serve a two-year term as General Council President of the board.

“It’s a great honor to be elected as the 65th president of Phi Delta Theta. As an organization, we have a long and distinguished legacy of making a difference in our members’ lives and the campuses and communities where we live and work. The quality of our undergraduate and alumni ranks is second-to-none in the Fraternity world and this board is committed to pushing Phi Delta Theta to even greater heights. It’s going to be a great two years filled with significant achievements that will help keep Phi Delt at the forefront of the fraternity movement,” said Fabritius.

A 1994 graduate of Kent State University and a member of the Ohio Lambda Chapter, Fabritius worked on the Phi Delta Theta staff as a leadership consultant and later as director of Chapter Services. He was also province president and then education commissioner for Phi Delt.

Professionally, Fabritius is the managing director of Brunner, an advertising agency.

Founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio on Dec. 26, 1848, Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity has 190 chapters and colonies and nearly 100 alumni clubs across the United States and Canada.

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