Virginia Tech – Theta Delta Chapter – Senior Tau

Virginia Tech - Theta Delta

By Aidan Wente May 22, 2019

Virginia Tech - Theta Delta Chapter - Senior Tau

Doug Fusco rushed Alpha Tau Omega during the spring semester of his freshman year in 2016 and became a member of the gamma pledge class. Doug didn’t want to join Greek life at first, but he knew that he wanted to join an organization where he could make a big impact. ATO, which was relatively new to campus at the time, seemed like a great fit to Doug as a place where he would enjoy all four years of his college career. Doug’s favorite memories as a member of ATO were going to brotherhood retreats in many places such as Tennessee, Charlotte, and West Virginia. One of Doug’s biggest contributions to the chapter was the time he spent serving as secretary. He made and updated bylaws and was also as an active member of executive and judicial board. Doug was able to make a huge impact on the chapter, and this was even recognized when he won brother of the year. When asked to reflect upon his time in ATO and what he hopes his legacy to be, Doug said this: “I hope my legacy is to be remembered as someone who was always there for his brothers no matter what. I’m a firm believer that the success of the fraternity is dependent on the success of every individual member and I hope I was able to lead by example over the past 4 years to always help out my brothers. This has been the greatest 4 years of college I could have ever imagined and that it because of ATO. I’m proud of what we were able to accomplish here and can’t wait to see what’s to come.” Doug will be moving to Charlotte this fall to begin his career, and the chapter is excited to see all that he will accomplish going forward.

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