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Pi Beta Phi Mourns the Loss of a University of Georgia Member

Published On: 2016-05-04

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Pi Beta Phi Mourns the Loss of a University of Georgia Member  

ST. LOUIS – May 4, 2016 – We are saddened to announce the death of Brittany Feldman, collegiate member of Pi Beta Phi’s University of Georgia chapter. Brittany, a sophomore, was tragically killed in an automobile accident alongside some of her close friends — two Alpha Chi Omega members and a member of Tri Delta — on the evening of April 27.

“Brittany was one of the most beloved members,” Chapter President Meredith Stone said. “Her love for Pi Phi and her sisters was evident in everything she did. We will miss Brittany's contagious joy and compassionate spirit with all of our hearts.”

Even though only a sophomore, Brittany was a leader within her chapter and in her community. This semester she began serving as the Georgia Alpha New Member Coordinator; a position chapter members knew she was looking forward to come recruitment this fall.

“The car accident claiming the lives of four University of Georgia students is heartbreaking,” Grand President Paula Shepherd said. “The Pi Phi family sends its sincerest condolences to all of the families who were impacted by this tragic event and to our Georgia Alpha Chapter members who are grieving the loss of their sister.”

A celebration of Brittany’s life was held yesterday at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. Letters of condolences can be sent to: The Georgia Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi, 886 S. Milledge Ave. Athens, Georgia 30605–1332

About Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women: Founded in 1867 at Monmouth College in Illinois, Pi Beta Phi has installed 203 collegiate chapters and nearly 300 alumnae clubs 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.