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PPi Beta Phi Mourns the Loss of Clemson University Member

Pi Beta Phi Mourns the Loss of Clemson University Member

Published On: 2017-03-03


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Eily Cummings
Pi Beta Phi Fraternity
Senior Director of Marketing and Communications
(636) 256–0680, Extension 736
Pi Beta Phi Mourns the Loss of Clemson University Member  
ST. LOUIS – March 3, 2017 – It is with great sadness Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women reports the death of collegiate member Hannah Warren. She was a sophomore at Clemson University majoring in Production Studies. Hannah lost her battle with cancer the morning of March 1. 
The women of South Carolina Beta remember Hannah as someone who always had a smile on her face and a person with an infectious sense of humor. “She had a passion for life and a heart for people,” said Chapter President Savannah Rhyne. “Hannah was a joyful light to everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. We are better off because we were graced with her in our lives. We now have the most perfect angel watching over us."
“The entire Pi Beta Phi family mourns the loss of Hannah,” Pi Beta Phi President Paula Shepherd said. “During this difficult time, we celebrate Hannah’s life, her passion for life and the sincere friendship of the women of South Carolina Beta. We send our most sincere condolences to Hannah’s family, friends and South Carolina Beta sisters.”
Condolence letters can be sent to: The South Carolina Beta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi, 100 Norris Hall; Clemson, South Carolina 29634–0001.
About Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women: Founded in 1867 at Monmouth College in Illinois, 
Pi Beta Phi has installed 204 collegiate chapters and nearly 300 alumnae organizations worldwide. Pi Beta Phi promotes friendship, develops women of intellect and integrity, cultivates leadership potential and enriches the lives of members and their communities. The Fraternity believes in the power of reading and through its philanthropy, Read > Lead > Achieve®, promotes a lifelong love of reading that can unlock true potential. For more information, visit www.pibetaphi.org or follow Pi Phi on Twitter and Facebook.