2022 Beta Theta Pi Foundation Annual Report

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BETA THETA PI FOUNDATION

WE RISE
2022
TOGETHER Report

WELCOME

$1,602,081 celebrating raised forthe BetaLeadership Fund

Beta Brothers and Friends,

This past year, the Beta Foundation set out to secure $1.2 million for the Beta Leadership Fund (BLF) – the highest goal ever set by nearly 20%. I’m pleased to report more than 4,000 loyal Betas and Friends of Beta came together to answer the call during fiscal year 2022, blowing past our goal in seismic proportion with gifts totaling $1,602,081 – all to benefit our young men.

Yes, these results are worth celebrating, my friends. Because of your generosity, the Beta Foundation was able to double its Men of Principle Scholarship Grant for each and every Beta chapter, as well as provide direct, need-based scholarship support to 150 deserving Betas. All that while STILL continuing to fund the leadership programs and resources critical to the Men of Principle Initiative.

As I conclude my term as Foundation chairman, I reflect on this year’s annual report theme, “Together We Rise.” It is fitting, as I truly believe our connections with one another and our communities are elevated in moments of unity created through the Fraternity, which goes a long way in propelling Beta Theta Pi forward as we chart a course for the future. Beta’s 18-person Foundation Board will continue to rise together to advance Beta’s mission under the leadership of newly-elected Foundation Chairman Rick Banks, Cornell ’72, who has been a treasured Beta volunteer for 36 years, five of which have been as a member of the Foundation Board.

On behalf of the General Fraternity, I thank you for your continued support of Beta Theta Pi and for your commitment to developing men of principle for a principled life. Your ongoing generosity strengthens us all.

Sincerely and yours in kai ,

By the Numbers ....................pg. 4

Auto-Kai Club ........................pg. 6

Our Supporters .....................pg. 8

Beta Walkway ......................pg. 11

Sons of the Dragon .............pg. 13

DEA Grant Program .............pg. 15

Named Endowments ..........pg. 17

Merit Scholarships ..............pg. 19

Giving Day Challenge .........pg. 23

John Reily Knox Club ..........pg. 27

Friends of Beta ....................pg. 28

Bridge Builder Society ........pg. 30

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ANNUAL REPORT | JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022
Above: Beta brothers from the University of South Dakota. Front Cover: In their finest graduation regalia, Iowa State seniors gather to showcase their Beta Spirit. Photo taken by Beta Sweetheart Bret Clark.

foundation

PURPOSE

To advance the educational mission and goals of Beta Theta Pi toward the vision of the Fraternity.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Cultivate lifelong friendships; solicit Betas and friends; provide gift stewardship; fund leadership and educational grants; empower Foundation volunteers; oversee investment strategies; recognize Betas, parents and Friends of Beta.

foundation board

Richard W. Banks, Cornell ’72, Chairman

Frederick W. Pierce IV, San Diego State ’84, Vice Chairman

Randall D. Groves, Kansas State ’78, Treasurer

R. Thomas Reeves, Eastern Kentucky ’99, Secretary Stavan R. Bhatt, Louisville ’98

Michael A. Bickford, Oklahoma ’80

Arthur C. Carmichael Jr., Oregon ’62

Karl Chiao, Texas A&M ’90

Peter N. Darrow, Miami (Fla.) ’09

Jeffrey M. Flanagan, Rhode Island ’93

Scott E. Grotjan, South Dakota ’92

Zachary T. Haines, Miami ’05

Kent R. Mire, TCU ’07

Thomas C. Olver, Central Michigan ’98

Richard A. Sabol, Ohio ’77

John W. Torget, Cornell ’93

Bruce J. Wenger, Lawrence ’89

UNDERGRADUATE COMMISSIONERS

Jack A. Corby, Elon ’22

Tyler J. Naughtrip, Iowa State ’22

Alexander M. Siegenthaler, Cornell ’22

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Philip S. Fernandez, Miami ’06, Chief Foundation Officer

Laura Lednik, Director of Development

Aaron K. Selby, Wabash ’06, Director of Advancement

Jeffrey N. Newton, Miami ’77, Director of Advancement

Zane David Brown-Carlson, Knox ’16, Associate Director of Advancement

Jackson R. Chambers, Utah ’12, Associate Director of Advancement

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“Indeed, let us take hope from the fact that friendship and brotherhood flourish fully only where men in common union work together toward the accomplishment of aims and goals of high purpose.”
Van Riper,
’37 $3,245,346 TOTAL EDUCATIONAL DOLLARS GRANTED IN 2021-22 Supporting Fraternity Initiatives including . . . $630,000 for leadership programs $315,000 in student scholarships $78,000 to support chapter recruitment/growth efforts $1,882,284 for Designated Educational Area Grants (Housing) Above: William
Nebraska ’24, displays a Beta flag while at Oxford University in England.
— General Secretary Dr. Paul P.
DePauw
Manhart,

Brothers at the College Football Hall of Fame during Beta’s 183rd General Convention in Atlanta, Georgia.

BETA THETA PI FOUNDATION | PG. 4 | 2022 ANNUAL REPORT TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE BETA FOUNDATION $4,057,222 donor participation 3000 2500 2000 1500 500 0 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22 FY17 2,637 842 515 48
TIME
TO BLF
BY THE NUMBERS 2022
EVERY
BETA PROGRAMS
SERVICES
BETA LEADERSHIP FUND
$2.0M $1.5M $1.0M $500k $0
Alumni: 2,637 Collegians: 842 Friends of Beta and Parents: 515 Corporations/Foundations: 48 FIRST
DONORS
341 PARENTS AND FRIENDS OF BETA 211 ALUMNI
impact OF
DOLLAR RAISED GOES TO
AND
BETA LEADERSHIP FUND (BLF) DOLLARS RAISED IN 2017-2022
$875,729 3,963 donors $874,126 3,619 donors $1,012,152 3,725 donors $1,082,372 3,517 donors $1,409,495 5,530 donors $1,602,081 4,052 donors

LEADERSHIP PROGRAM PARTICIPATION

714 students graduated from an award-winning Beta leadership program.

• 430 Keystone Regional Leadership Conference (60%)

• 130 Miller Nichols Chapter Presidents Leadership Academy (18%)

• 100 John and Nellie Wooden Institute for Men of Principle (14%)

• 54 Peter F. Greiner Leadership College (8%)

AFFORDABILITY

64% of collegiate Betas report that they pay for their Beta experience out of pocket.

In 2021-22, 490 young Betas received tuition scholarships from the Beta Foundation:

• $203,787 in Merit Scholarships

• $67,400 in Men of Principle Scholarships (MPS Grants)

• $44,411 in needs-based relief scholarships

Jacob Jones

Arkansas ’24

“The need-based relief scholarship helped provide funding so I could get a tutor for the semester. As an engineering student, I need all the help I can get. This scholarship has been very rewarding in my academic career, and I hope it may help others, like it did me.”

TOGETHER WE RISE | PG. 5 | BETA.ORG
TOP RANKING INTERFRATERNAL FOUNDATIONS BY TOTAL NET ASSETS* FRATERNITY NET ASSETS SORORITY NET ASSETS NPHC** NET ASSETS SIGMA CHI $38,674,459 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA $60,827,191 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA $21,893,007 PHI DELTA THETA $33,654,532 CHI OMEGA $46,686,890 DELTA SIGMA THETA $8,738,813 BETA THETA PI $33,409,615 KAPPA DELTA $45,295,130 OMEGA PSI PHI $7,340,181 *Based on data collected from 2020-2021 IRS 990 filings. ** The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is a collaborative umbrella council composed of historically African American fraternities and sororities. BETA LEADERSHIP FUND: $1,602,081 40% 48% 7% LEADERSHIP, SCHOLARSHIP AND PROGRAMMATIC FUNDS: $284,831 5% FOUNDERS FUND ENDOWMENT: $202,196 DESIGNATED EDUCATIONAL AREA FUNDS: $1,959,548 PERCENTAGE OF GIFTS RECEIVED IN 2021-2022 TOTALING $4,057,222

AUTO-KAI Making It utomatic

join the auto-kai club now! beta.org/autokai auto-kai club growth dollars per month $8 $25 $50 $100 $160

OUR SUPPORTERS

ANNUAL, LIFETIME AND TOTAL YEARS GIVING

The following list contains all donors (grouped alphabetically by school) who made gifts to the Beta Foundation between June 1, 2021 and May 31, 2022. Lifetime giving societies, total years giving and Auto-Kai Club members are highlighted using various symbols and colors defined in the legend.

Friends of Beta (including parents) can be found on pages 28-29.

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San Diego Betas from the Zeta Omega Chapter

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

TOGETHER WE RISE | PG. 9 | BETA.ORG

DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

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TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

SECURE YOUR PLACE IN HISTORY

Ensure your name and roll number (or one in honor of a friend or family member) will forever grace the birthplace of Beta Theta Pi. A gift of $500 or more to the Beta Leadership Fund will secure one of the remaining bricks in your chapter’s section at the Administrative Office in Oxford, Ohio. beta.org/brick

TOGETHER WE RISE | PG. 11 | BETA.ORG
personalized bricks. 8,771 ≥ order your brick today!
BETA WALKWAY

DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

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TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

SONS OF THE DRAGON CLUB gifts of $18.39 or more

The Sons of the Dragon Club is the annual giving club for collegians designed to highlight the purpose of the Beta Foundation and begin young Betas on their path of annual giving. This year, students joined with a gift of $18.39 and received one of two hats. Students who doubled their gift to $36.78 (or more) received both hats.

Top Chapters

The following chapters reached 100% participation or 63+ Club members

in your Beta brothers by giving $18.39 or more today.

View the full list of Betas who joined this year at

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BAYLOR ARKANSAS OREGON NORTH DAKOTA KETTERING B TEXAS AT ARLINGTON PACIFIC
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beta.org/dragons
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DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

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TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

WSU

DEA GRANT PROGRAM

ENHANCING THE ACADEMIC CULTURE OF BETA’S LIVING ENVIRONMENTS

The Designated Educational Area Grant Program allows alumni to make charitable gifts earmarked for educational projects for chapter houses, such as libraries, study rooms, internet access and space. Contact John Reineke for more information about the DEA program at 800.800.BETA (2382).

Washington State

“The Gamma Theta Chapter celebrates the benefits of Beta’s DEA Grant Program allowing for expanded study areas and furnishings, replacing a ‘sleeping dorm’ with study rooms that include beds, all-new stairways for added safety and access, and now offers the fastest internet connection of any fraternity on campus.”

— Bob Hall, Washington State ’67

TOGETHER WE RISE | PG. 15 | BETA.ORG
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DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

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TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

NAMED ENDOWMENT FUNDS

foundation endowment

DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

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TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM top eight

DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

BETA THETA PI FOUNDATION | PG. 20 | 2022 ANNUAL REPORT
TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022 Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

TOGETHER WE RISE | PG. 21 | BETA.ORG

DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

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TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

GIVING DAY CHALLENGE

$413,432 raised

BY 2,226 DONORS

ONE DAY.

ONE BROTHERHOOD.

DAY CHALLENGE

Beta Theta Pi’s third annual Giving Day Challenge raised a record-breaking $413,432 from 2,226 individual donors – the largest single fundraising day in the history of the Beta Leadership Fund!

ONEDAY

In the spirit of friendly competition, chapters not only competed for bragging rights, but for recognition with their names engraved on a plaque at Beta’s Administrative Office. Each winning chapter also received a complimentary catered event of their choosing this year, thanks to the wonderful Giving Day sponsors Greek House Chefs and College Fresh!

topfive

arkansas

winning chapters

192 DONORS miami $31,874

TOTAL DONORS

DOLLARS RAISED

Miami $31,874 Bethany $16,189 Kansas State $12,533 MIT $11,219 Iowa State $10,800

thanks

TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED!

For more information and a complete list of donors visit beta.org/givingdaychallenge.

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#givingdaychallenge
. ONE BROTHERHOOD.|A BETA THETA PI GIVING
Arkansas 192 Miami 147 MIT 107 Bethany 67 Wabash 66

DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

BETA THETA PI FOUNDATION | PG. 24 | 2022 ANNUAL REPORT
TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

TOGETHER WE RISE | PG. 25 | BETA.ORG

DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society .......$1 Million+

% Campanile Society ......$500,000

O Chautauqua Society ...$250,000

t Diamond Society ...........$100,000

Z Rose Society.......................$50,000

& Founders’ Society ...........$25,000

& President’s Society..........$10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ...........................$1,000

BETA SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022

Parents, Friends of Beta and Bridge Builder Society donors are listed on pages 28-31

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TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+
REILY KNOX CLUB
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$100-$249

Amira Abazovic

Kayelynn Abramski

Karen Aldana

Keri Allen

Lynn Anderson

Arica Anderson

Mandy Anderson

Janet Arcovitch

Jessica Ashton

Lesley Baird

Gary Ballinger

Joanna Balsiger

Kate Barber

Midge Bateman

Shelley Beall

Molly Beck

Eric Benda Herbert Berman

Laura Bhatt

Ashlyn Blare

Renia Boudaghian

Gina Bozza

Cody Brock

Katie Broniarczyk

Ashleigh Brown-Carlson

Blaine Burgess

Tori Burkhart

Larry Burnett

Jeanie Campbell

Christine Carlson

Jeffrey Carlson

Jeffrey Carlson

Natasha Caudill

Kristie Chambers

Robert and Kathy Chambers

Charlee Chambers

Mike Chambers

Sherry DeVilbiss

Mark Dimitri

Cody L. Dingus

Jordan Ditty-Suggs

Anthony Dominguez

Susan Drew

Alexandra Dritsas

Diana Dunlop Bill and Diana Dunlop

Lauren Dunlop

Ashley Dye%

Charles Edmiston Colton Edwards Janet Eilts

Hind Elgin

Kylie Eller

Kimberly Ellis

Abby Elrod

Kristen Ely

Jane Emmerth

Bob Endre

Julie Erbaugh Davis Eskam Emily Eskuri Jorge Esmieu Cayla Etter

Sally Feagans

Abigail Fenzel Nicolette Fernandez Grayson Fernandez Madeline Field

John Finkes

Todd Finlayson James Fischer Elizabeth Floersch

Shelby Flores Jen and Kate Flud Cody Flynn

Chris Graham

Emily Gray Debbie Gray Patton

Kristy Guise Craig and Laura Gumpel Ann Haas

Geoffrey Hahn David Haney

Sarah Harrington

Shane Hatfield

Patricia Hatfield Melissa Henry Cheyenne Henson Melissa Herman Mariana Herrera

Mary Elizabeth Herring Logan Hickerson Danielle Higginbotham Gregory Hollen Matthew Hornyak Jeanne-Marie Hudson

Emily Hughes

Kathryn Humphreys Elizabeth Hunt Lynn Huynh% Linda Jacobs Wendy Johnson Bradley Johnson Alexandra Johnston Seth Jones Cindy Kane William Kane Daniel Kane Lauren L. Kane Jacob Kane Kristen Kardas Alexis Karwoski Tricia Kidd

“Since becoming a Beta, our son has made so many friends and alumni connections across the country. There are endless opportunities for service, leadership, social outings, travel and campus engagement. We are so thrilled that he chose this path toward fulfillment and success.” — Jamie and Dave Rogers

Chanele Chang

Amy Chapman

Andrea Chen

Tony Chimera

Alexa Chmura

Jessica Chung

Karen Clegg

Annemarie Colosimo

Elizabeth Cooper

Larry Crawford

Rocky Crouch

Emily Cunningham

Benjamin Davis

Nina Davis

Jayson Davis

Chris Dawson

Sean Foley

Clint Franklin

Jon Gallas

Juan Carlos Gamboa

Terri Ganem-Budiselich

Alicia Gates

Alicia Gates

Leslie Geannacopulos

Leigh Anne Gibbs

Charles Gibson

Alyson Gilson

Judd Gilson

Isla Gilson

Marc Gmuca

Bryan Golden Reed Grabow

Colleen Kiehn

Andrew Kieschnick

Allison M. Kilfoy

Daniel King

Caroline Kinnett

John Knisely

Jenny Knutson

Christine Koch Rich Kreuz

Amy Krouse

Alex Krouse

Keaton Krznarich

Shelby Kuepker

Marisa Kushner

Madison Kwasniewski

Kathleen Kyprianos

Daniel La Riva

Lillian Lancaster Barrett Lane Nathan Laudan

Kelly Leanza Kara Ledesma

Thomas E. Lepperd  Nicole Lepperd Shari and John Lindgren Elizabeth Longmire Brenda Maier Tyler Manning Michelle Marchand Samantha Markle

Clay Martin Heather Matthews Taelor K. McCarthy Kelly McCarthy Kevin McCarthy Kyle McCarthy Mallory McCarthy Abby McCollom Doug McConnaughey Gentry R. McCreary Joyce McDaniel Tom McHale Michelle Mckinney Sean Mcmenamin Denise McNaughton Suellen McPhee

Adam McPherson Norm and Eve Meislich Margot Meredith Ena Meyers

Peter Michalski Connie Miles Alison Miron Melanie Mohlman Gregory Morgan Liz Morris Brian Muldoon Kevin Mullaney Mary Mycyk

Lisa Napolitano Jacqueline Nawrocki Colin Nelson-Pinkston Scott Newton Jenna Noa

Kim OBrien Stuti Obryan James O’Connell Timothy Odea Kristie O’Nan Glenn O’Nan Nick O’Neal

Jane O’Neil

Lee Ormsby Shalyn Ormsby Zachary Ormsby Oliver Ormsby Guadalupe Orozco

Debbie Osner

Phillippa K. Paddison

Lauren Page Eric Paine

Stacey Pappas

David Patterson Roger Pena Melissa Peppers Les Pierce Joy and Stuart Pinne Lori Powell Celestrial Prall Mark Prange Mikah Pransky Kristen Prudhon Ronda Purdin Michael & Barbara Quesnel

Deirdre Ragusa

Theodore Rangel

Julie Rappuhn Margaret Rauschuber Samantha Reineke

Juliann Reineke Alex Reineke

Christian Reineke Sandra L. Reynolds Allison Rickels

Alexander Rickett Cindy E. Roach

Melissa Rocco

Mark Rodgers

Danielle Rodriguez Stephanie Rose Craig Rowley

Erica Rundle Gabriel Rundle Phil Salvo

Kathryn Sampalis Hannah Sato

Jeffery Schauble Jess Schauble Diane Schindler Lauren Schneider Therese Schwind Susan Scott

Jamie Selby Morgan Sexton Veronica Seymour Beau Shepherd Irene Sherry K athryn Shipp Sandra Shumaker James Singler

Lottie Skarnulis

Elizabeth Skipor Abagail Smith Kamara Snearly Liz Spalding

Tracy Spaulding

Sheila Spayer Weisensel

Kathryn Spears

Mindy Spears Elizabeth Spears Stuart Spears Jr. Ashley V. Spoto Derek Standarowski Evelyn Stencel Victoria Stencel

Sharon Stills

John and Sandi Straetker Anna Strejc

Shelley Surratt Crystal Sutton Sondra Swartz Reymundo Tavares Evelyn Tavares Guff Thurner

Kristin Torrey Sally Torstenson David VanCott Alfonso Villarreal Roselle Visenio Elaine Vogel Denise Waldron Sabrina Wallach

Taylor Warren Morgan Warren Connie Wavrunek Julie Wavrunek Karen Wavrunek Karen Wells

Dave Wenner

Joan Westley

Rachel Westra% Benjamin Wetzel Adam Wilbur Kelly Wille

Madelynn Williams-Kane Terry Yeager and Susan Williams-Yeager Shannon Wilson Jaren Wilt

Mike and Rohini Winters

Kathryn Wojcik Elizabeth Wojcik Sarah Wolff

Ruth Wong Natalie Yim

Judiane Young Cristelle Young Courtney Zanelli Angela Zemke Thea Zunick

DONOR LEGEND

JUNE 1, 2021 – MAY 31, 2022

Sons of the Dragon Club Auto-Kai donors shown in BLUE

LIFETIME GIVING SOCIETIES

G Old Main Society ....... $1 Million+

% Campanile Society $500,000

O Chautauqua Society $250,000

t Diamond Society $100,000

Z Rose Society $50,000

& Founders’ Society $25,000

& President’s Society $10,000

Y Loving Cup Society ...........$5,000

% Beta Society ........................... $1,000

TOTAL YEARS GIVING  5+  10+  15+  20+  30+  40+  50+

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SUPPORTERS
BETA
WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS FROM JUNE 1, 2021 TO MAY 31, 2022
BRIDGE BUILDER SOCIETY charitable bequest beneficiary life insurance policy estate2021-2022gifts

AUBURN

Roderick B. Hastie ‘82

BALL STATE

Randy D. Phillips ‘79

BETHANY

Richard K. Boyd, Jr. ‘61

David A. Butz ‘60

Alex Delgiorno ‘14

BRITISH COLUMBIA

James M. Strilesky ‘72

Alan G. Young ‘71

BROWN

Bruce M. Lloyd ‘69

CAL STATE, CHICO

Robert D. Dean ‘89

CARNEGIE MELLON

Kenneth K. Humphreys ‘59

CASE

Henry L. Vernon Jr ‘68

CENTRAL MICHIGAN

Terry L. Massie ‘12

Thomas C. Olver ‘98

CENTRE

Jerry M. Blesch ‘60

CHARLESTON

Zachary Sierputowski ‘16

CINCINNATI

Elroy E. Bourgraf ‘54

Thomas D. Cassady ‘76

Douglas Thompson Eustice ‘71

David M. Kerka ‘88

Thomas D. Seifert ‘64

CLEMSON

Bryant N. Blakeslee Jr ‘06

COLGATE

Bruce S. Fein ‘84

COLORADO MINES

Philip A. Moldenhauer ‘75

Newell H. Orr Jr ‘48

COLORADO STATE

Timothy J. Allen ‘88

CONNECTICUT

Adam Porter-Price ‘06

CORNELL

Richard W. Banks ‘72

Philip D. Spiller Jr ‘95

DAYTON

Thomas O. Farnsworth ‘09

Fr. Simon Herrmann ‘10

DENISON

George M. Brown Jr ‘60

DEPAUW

Jeffery L. Cable ‘82

Douglass M. Vines ‘68

Current Bridge Builder Society Members

EAST CAROLINA

Duane Kirk Little ‘82

Dave Bautista Pyle ‘06

Adam J. Scarboro ‘06

EASTERN KENTUCKY

L. Martin Cobb ‘96

Michael G. McFerren ‘77

EMORY

William R. Korth ‘76

John H. Stebbins ‘92

Alan C. Teplis ‘78

FLORIDA

Stephen B. Becker ‘69

Michael F. Gable ‘67

Gary W. Leech ‘70 Matthew S. Paynter ‘00

FLORIDA ATLANTIC Robert S. Billoni ‘95

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL

Michael A. Angelica ‘10 Steven Cruz ‘12

FLORIDA STATE

Jeffrey B. McLain ‘76 Curtiss C. Potter ‘92

GENERAL FRATERNITY ROLLS

Joel A. Huxley ‘06

GEORGIA TECH

Theodore S. Haile ‘75

Lynn C. Maddox ‘64 Arthur R. Smith ‘75

GMI-EMI

David J. Hogan ‘74

Ronald A. Meegan ‘69

HANOVER

Sangkook Han ‘60 Ross J. King ‘62

IDAHO

William I. Jordan ‘69

ILLINOIS

John E. Manczak ‘71 Gant Redmon ‘59

INDIANA

J. Philip Goddard ‘67

Charles O. McCormick III ‘72

James R. Roudebush ‘71

IOWA

Steven G. Bensema ‘06

Neal J. Brower ‘90

IOWA STATE

Michael J. Dubes ‘66

Khayree Duckett ‘17

Judson A. Horras ‘97

William F. McCulloch ‘56

Robert A. Wiley ‘87

JOHNS HOPKINS

James T. McMenamin Jr ‘71

KANSAS

Lloyd L. Kirk ‘55

John W. Stewart ‘60

KANSAS STATE

Christopher G. Althoff ‘00

Paul R. Attwater III ‘83

Robert S. Hoisington ‘79 John D. Keith ‘86

R. William Manning ‘80 James H. Porter ‘64

P. Thomas Purinton ‘63 Jeffrey S. Rundle ‘03

KETTERING A

Matthew J. Lepkowski ‘98

LAWRENCE

Daniel P. Hertel ‘09 David J. Schnackenberg ‘90

LOUISVILLE

Thomas N. Chapman ‘71

Joshua Harris Latzko ‘16

William C. Raizor ‘71 Matthew V. Tsien ‘80

LYNCHBURG

Charles W. Warner ‘87

MAINE

George S. Pullen ‘03

MARYLAND

Vincent S. Chu ‘87

MIAMI

Peter W.C. Barnhart ‘66 J. Benjamin Beshear ‘01

Jonathan J. Brant ‘75 Thomas C. Fey ‘68 James T. Neef ‘53

Jeffrey N. Newton ‘77 John M. Slavens ‘67 Robert D. Wertz ‘61

MIAMI (FLA.)

Peter N. Darrow ‘09

MICHIGAN

James R. Denbo ‘63

Donald G. DiPaolo ‘78

Robert H. Gillow ‘56 Roger S. Helman ‘89 William P. Johnson ‘57

MICHIGAN STATE

Russell E. Palmer ‘56

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE

Michael D. Filyaw Jr ‘14

MINNESOTA

Bertram G. Leach ‘52 Ryan A. Marek ‘12 Justin M. Miller ‘00

MISSISSIPPI

William B. Lipscomb ‘65

MISSOURI

W.H. (Bert) Bates ‘49

Carl E. Bolte Jr ‘51

Charles E. Brown ‘61 Robert N. Healy ‘64 Richard F. Kammerer ‘80 Robert W. McKinley ‘66

MIT

Kendall R. Bryan ‘88 Michael G. Feinstein ‘82

NEBRASKA

D. Bruce McKeag ‘68 R. C. Mead ‘65 Preston M. Mesick ‘06 Matthew T. Roby ‘07 Randolph A. Walling Jr ‘61

NORTHWESTERN

Paul R. Gudonis ‘76 John M. Mutz ‘57 Justin M. Rutherford ‘00

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN

Roger Roa Jr ‘02

OHIO

Richard H. Brown ‘65 Brian D. Cain ‘91 Richard E. Griffin ‘65 Jeffrey A. Radomski ‘81

OHIO STATE

John O. Hopkins ‘57 Daniel J. Westerbeck Jr ‘67 David W. Wright ‘67

OHIO WESLEYAN Eric J. Eickhoff ‘00

OKLAHOMA

John H. Coker Jr. 72 Cecil I. Craft III ‘86 Koby C. Harrington ‘09 Michael C. Ritz ‘66 Lance S. Tolson ‘82

OKLAHOMA STATE

Joshua P. Fairchild ‘05 Louis M. Linxwiler Jr ‘53 Leo W. Meade ‘79

OREGON

William R. Crist ‘68 John H. Herman ‘60 Glen A. Holden ‘51

PACIFIC

Julio A. Hernandez ‘16

PURDUE

David E. Cox ‘64 R. Terri Earnest ‘66 Cary B. Wood ‘89 John E. Young ‘56

RHODE ISLAND

Jeffrey M. Flanagan ‘93

RUTGERS

George D. Fosdick ‘63 Kenneth J. Grispin ‘70

SAINT LOUIS

Nicholas L. Block ‘03 San Diego State Patrick M. Hidalgo ‘91 San Jose State Aaron F. Vogt ‘17

SMU

John D. Hagerman ‘63 David W. Light III ‘64 Don S. Pearce ‘65

SOUTH DAKOTA John C. Thietje ‘61

SOUTH FLORIDA David E. Schmidt ‘92

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

Ryan E. King ‘01

ST. LAWRENCE Kevin C. McGrath ‘77

SYRACUSE

Marc A. Benshetler ‘82 Robert F. Hanley Jr. ‘83 G. Clif Heidel Jr. ‘56

TEXAS

T. Hardie Bowman IV ‘72 Michael R. Eubank ‘83 Wade H. McMullen ‘79

TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

Patrick J. Connelly ‘74

TEXAS TECH Christian M. Ritchie ‘17 R. Dean Stalcup ‘71

TORONTO

Ross W. Marsh ‘90 Robert B. McConnell ‘79

TRUMAN STATE

Zachary T. Lepperd ‘16

UC IRVINE

Bryant Martin E. Fiesta ‘16 Christopher C. Ogilvie ‘80

UCLA Walter A. Chenoweth ‘52 Michael J. Downer ‘77

UNLV

Michael F. Kawazoe ‘01 Willie Romero ‘95

UTAH

Robert E. Stagg ‘67

VIRGINIA TECH

Charles E. Comer ‘75 S. Wayne Kay ‘73 Daniel L. Westra ‘76 Anderson S. Wise ‘10

WABASH

James A. Carroll ‘65

Robert T. Grand ‘78

Samuel H. S. Hildebrand II ‘61 Ronald R. Nichols ‘64 John R. Roberts ‘83

WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON

Victor Lazzaro Jr ‘67

WASHINGTON IN ST. LOUIS

Ferdinand Del Pizzo Jr ‘58 Tristan K. Sopp ‘11

WEST VIRGINIA Thomas J. Gulliford ‘68

WESTERN ONTARIO

John R. Birkett ‘71 G. Scott Falconer ‘82 Douglas M. Reid ‘58

WESTERN RESERVE

Thomas A. Lipton ‘63

WESTMINSTER

Michael J. Esser ‘70 Theodore J. Planje Jr ‘68 James H. Williams ‘86

WICHITA STATE

Robert M. Smith ‘67 Tim J. Watt ‘80 Brian L. Wells ‘87

WILLAMETTE

David W. Ashby ‘68 R. Ethan Braden ‘02 Douglas G. Houser ‘57

WILLIAM & MARY

Patrick A. Everett ‘07

WISCONSIN

William Perry Atterholt ‘83 James R. Curtis ‘86

Robert L. Schnese ‘83 Louis J. Wagner ‘64

FRIENDS OF BETA & PARENTS

Ronald W. Beshear

Brian E. Breittholz

Carol M. Briggs Sally J. Church June Cole

Arlene Corsiglia Helen B. Davis

Carolyn Harmon Marilyn Klingaman

Christine McGill

Mary Jane Meeker Stogsdill

Lindsey Mercer

Sandra Northrop

Jane Patrick

Dorotha Pitcher

Mona Skager

Lady Smith

Susanne Sommer

Gwendolyn Stoecklein

Diane Todd Kathy Tolan

Katherine Wiley LouAnn Williams

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