"I Loved the House, It Just Seemed Like the Right Fit"

Brother Charles Schwambach '70 knows the importance of recognizing a person's potential value and finds his satisfaction in helping them reach it. That all began with his decision to join a fraternity on 234 E. Beaver Ave.

“When I pledged, I loved the house,” said Schwambach. “I loved the location to the campus and I immediately felt a strong bond with the existing Brothers. It just seemed like the right fit.

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"Joining Skull Made Going to an Enormous School Manageable"

Principal Owner of Todd Tool and Abrasive Systems, Michael Smith '91, serves the manufacturing industries of New England alongside his business partner, Ross Lyon '91. Their business partnership was forged at 234 E. Beaver Ave. and Ross is the GM and maintainer of IT Systems. The PSU connections run deep for Smith - he event met his wife of 21 years there, she was a Pi Phi at PSU ('91).

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John D. Unangst ’72- A Symbol of Service for Country and Business Success

Long before assuming his current post as CEO of the Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, Brother Unangst spent three years in the hostile jungles of Vietnam where he served as a Captain. Awarded the Silver Star, Bronze Star, the Air Medal for Valor, and the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry, Unangst is a natural leader.

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