Bob Ragsdale Nominated as National Councilor

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Lilly Steger

Bob Ragsdale, Georgia ’66, has been nominated to the Phi Kappa Tau National Council. Bob has a long history of volunteering with Phi Kappa Tau – as an undergrad he was Chapter President, Brother of the Year, Rush Chairman, and VP for Alumni Relations. Since then, Bob has served as a Domain Director and Secretary Treasurer of the Graduate Council. He has worked with Executive Office staff members and other alumni volunteers to put together a comprehensive alumni engagement program that was adopted unanimously by the Council and Foundation. Bob is also currently Chairman of the BOG for the Beta Xi chapter at the University of Georgia.  

Professionally, Bob served as Director of Development for Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College where a primary function of his job was alumni relations and fundraising. He also worked for the University of George Cooperative Extension Service for thirteen years and as the Director of Field Services for the Georgia Farm Bureau, the role he retired from eight years ago. 

Bob currently lives on a 300-acre family farm in Georgia with his wife of 48 years, Eleanor.