In Memorial ...

... but not forgotten

We remember those we have lost

John Christopher Womack

1990 Dean of Pledges of Pi Alpha, #1, "Imhotep", Fall (1986). He was a Colonel in the USAF stationed in Hawaii, and graduated from Clemson in 1990 majoring in Architecture. Chris was Dean of Pledges 1989-90 and was also a member of the 1988 Four-man District Step Team Champion Team.

Entered Omega Chapter on 12/19/14.

Ralph N. Pinnock, Jr.

2007-08 Vice-President of Pi Alpha, #1, The Triumvirate, Spring (2005). He was a fourth year senior majoring in Chemical Engineering, and a member of the 2007 National Scholars Bowl Champion Team.

Entered Omega Chapter on 12/8/07.

Carlos P. McCullough

Former President of Pi Alpha, #6, Strictly Business Spring (1989). He continued his education at Clemson University and the Community College of Nevada.

Entered Omega Chapter on 6/3/06.

Clarence L. B. Addison, Sr.

Charter Advisor of Pi Alpha Chapter, served as Chapter Advisor from 1983-1985. Former Chapter President of Rho Delta Lambda Chapter, Architecture Professor, and Clemson University faculty member (1971-2002).

Entered Omega Chapter on 9/17/05.

Willie E. Pettway

Former President of Pi Alpha, #4, Sons of Egypt (1986) PANAC Treasurer (2001-2005) and a Clemson Graduate (1989), Chemical Engineering.

Entered Omega Chapter on 8/23/05.

Dr. Charles T. Battle, Jr.

Dr. Battle was an advisor and mentor of the early Pi Alpha charter brothers. A native of Mobile, Alabama, he graduated from Alabama State University where he was a charter member of the Beta Upsilon Chapter. Educator, Mobile Public School System until 1950. Doctor of Medicine degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Battle received the Order of Palmetto in November 1986 from then Governor David Besley.

He entered Omega Chapter in 1998 at the age of 79, but his memory and dedication to the community live on through the annual scholarship established in his name by Rho Delta Lambda, in Anderson SC.

* In Memoriam - prep. In memory of; as a memorial to. Used especially in epitaphs. [From Latin in memoriam, to the memory (of) : in, in, into + memoriam, accusative of memoria, memory.]. from

Updated December 28, 2014