OU R I DENT IT Y
Three Phi Taus are making a name for themselves, and they haven’t forgotten their Fraternity roots.
Chad Warrix Singer-Songwriter Nashville,Tenn.
LEARNING. LEADING. SERVING.
Chad Warrix, Eastern Kentucky ’12, has been making music for as long as he can remember. The country singer, who recently started a solo gig after enjoying success as half of the duo Halfway to Hazard, believes you’ve got to follow your heart, and he strives to do just that with his music. His mantra was also the reason he decided to join Phi Kappa Tau as an initiate at the Fraternity’s 60th National Convention in Nashville. “I’d heard about Phi Kappa Tau for awhile because my manager Josh Bleidt (Eastern Kentucky ’96) has been involved since he joined. He would talk about the great things Phi Taus were involved in, and at Convention, I heard about those things—philanthropy, learning, leadership, community. These are things I believe in, and if I didn’t know before, I knew then that my values aligned with this Fraternity’s. As a father, a husband, a musician, a philanthropist, I try to apply all these things to my family and my work. Thank you for making me a part of your family, and thank you for including me in your work.”
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Published on Dec 18, 2012