Happy Veterans Day from Phi Psi HQ!

In honor of Veterans Day, we are extremely excited to share stories from Andy Dolvin Wittenberg ’09 and Don Bonine Michigan State ’60. These two Phi Psi veterans were willing to have a conversation with our staff about their military service, how Phi Psi positively impacted their lives both personally and their deployment, and words of wisdom for current and future Phi Psis.

Phi Psi is proud to honor our brothers who have answered our country’s call to serve. To all Phi Psi brothers who have served or are currently serving our country, we thank you.

“To us in America,
the reflections of Armistice Day
will be filled with solemn pride
and the heroism of those who died
in the country’s service and with
gratitude for the victory.”

– Woodrow Wilson Virginia 1879

More About Andy & Don

Both Andy and Don’s military service were highlighted in our In the Military portion in the Fall/Winter 2023 issue of The Shield.

Andrew G. (Andy) Dolvin Wittenberg ’09 served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 2013-22. Capt. Dolvin was deployed to Italy, Spain and Germany during his tour. He was an MV-22B Osprey aircraft commander, section leader and received the Marine Corps Achievement Medal and a Meritorious Unit Commendation.

Donald R. (Don) Bonine Jr. Michigan State ’60 was a captain in the U.S. Army from 1964-68. Brother Bonine was deployed to Vietnam and received a Bronze Star for his heroic service.

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