Pregeant receives national fraternity award
Contact: Rene Abadie
HAMMOND – Victor “Gene” Pregeant of Hammond, advisor for Southeastern Louisiana University’s Delta Tau Delta chapter, has been honored with the Al Sheriff Award for Excellence in Chapter Advising from the international fraternity.
The award is presented annually to outstanding chapter advisors who demonstrate the qualities of former executive vice president Alfred P. Sheriff III, specifically the ability to be a principle-centered role model, unwavering dedication to the fraternity and humble service to others.
Pregeant, Southeastern’s EEO/ADA compliance coordinator, has served as advisor for the Epsilon Phi Chapter since 1992. Under his direction, the chapter has become one of the most recognized fraternities at the university. An attorney, he is a 1980 graduate of Southeastern who joined the fraternity as an undergraduate student in 1978.
Delta Tau Delta has 125 chapters across the nation with a membership of more than 7,300 undergraduates and 150,000 alumni members. The fraternity was founded in 1858.