The Delta Chi Quarterly - Fall/Winter 2006

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DELTA CHI

Quarterly

DON’T GIVE UP Fall/Winter 2006

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2006 Convention Review • New Founder Steve Michels, Marquette ’87


LETTER FROM THE “AA”

You Can Make it Happen

Inside The Quarterly Volume 103 Number 3 Fall/Winter 2006

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From the “AA” The V Foundation Convention Review Convention Recognition Donor List State of the Chapters Award Winners Risk Management Chapter Situations Keeping in Touch Farewell & Parting Campus Classics

Delta Chi Quarterly (USPS 152-660) Published quarterly in Iowa City, Iowa by The Delta Chi Fraternity Editorial and Business Office P.O. Box 1817, 314 Church Street Iowa City, IA 52244 Periodicals Postage paid at Iowa City, Iowa 52244 and at additional mailing offices Printed by The Ovid Bell Press, Inc. Fulton, MO. One-year subscription $45 Address Changes Send all notices of address changes to: Delta Chi International Headquarters P.O. Box 1817, Iowa City, IA 52244-1817 319.337.4811 Fax: 319.337.5529 Editor: Raymond D. Galbreth, MO ’69 Assistant Editor: Karl Grindel, CEMO ’01 E-mail: rayg@deltachi.org Visit our website at www.deltachi.org Layout and Design Drew Dallet, Kent State ’93 Boom Creative, Inc. 1011 Pennfield Rd., Cleveland, OH 44121 216.291.2411 Fax: 216.383.0080 E-mail: drew@boom-creative.com www.boom-creative.com Please Help Delta Chi Save Money! If you would like to receive the Quarterly electronically instead of in paper format, email HQ@deltachi.org and let us know. This will save Delta Chi both printing and postage costs.

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On the day after Convention, I had the opportunity to visit with Stedman Graham over lunch and to hear him make a presentation to several hundred youth from the Greater Cleveland area. Graham is CEO of Stedman Graham & Partners, a New York-based integrated marketing firm, and Stedman Graham Training & Development, an educational company focused on leadership development. Of course, he is probably best known as Oprah Winfrey’s longtime companion. His presentation, “You Can Make It Happen,” was filled with relevant and practical wisdom for today’s young adults. He talked about Nine Steps to Success, and I found them incredibly relevant not just to an individual, but also to a chapter or to a business. He started by saying that we all have 24 hours in the day, and 99% of us give that time away. Those hours define us. If we can change the way we view the world [or our business environment, our community, our campus, our Greek system], there is nothing we cannot accomplish. The world is a collection of unlimited wealth and resources, and often we limit our potential by staying in our own little circle because of fear. The value you give yourself is directly related to the value other people give you. His first step to success is to Check Your ID. You are what you love, and you should organize the whole world around you. Think about this concept for a Chapter. If you love partying, drinking, skipping class, etc. – well that defines you. If you love having a wellrounded college and Fraternity experience – being social, getting quality grades, doing community service – well that defines you as well. You are what you love. Create Your Vision. What do you see yourself doing in the future? The best way to predict the future is to create it. Then set goals that will lead to that vision. Do you want to be the best? You can be and it is entirely up to you. Develop Your Travel Plan. Identify and prioritize your action plans to achieve your goals. Once you achieve one goal, move on to the next. Never stop growing. Master the Rules of the Road. Be honest. Do the necessary work. Be positive. That

brings people in. Graham says, “If you are not positive, FAKE IT.” Take time to think. Step in to the Outer Limits. Overcome your fears. If you do what you have always done, you will have the same results you have always gotten. You have to change if you want to improve. That is so true on the Chapter level. Pilot the Seasons of Change. You have to be flexible on your road to success. Build Your Dream Team. It all starts with people. No one makes it alone. Get the right people on the bus and the wrong people off. Include people who share your vision, who care about you and believe in your goals. I watched with great interest the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2006 being inducted in my hometown of Canton, Ohio. EVERY single one of them talked about the PEOPLE who helped them get to the steps of that hallowed shrine. Get the right people on the bus and the wrong people off. Does that sound like recruitment? Win by a Decision. The choices you make are based on conscious decisions. You must make good choices in order to be successful. I don’t think there is any organization on a college campus where choices are magnified like they are in the Greek system. You must make good decisions. Finally, Graham says to Commit to Your Vision. Just like a golfer must commit to a swing before he makes it, so must you commit to where you want to be. Stay focused, step outside the box, get up and move, wake up, DO SOMETHING. I found great correlations between these nine steps that Stedman laid out and the success of our Chapters and of Delta Chi as an international organization. Many of you have heard me say many times, IT ALL STARTS WITH PEOPLE. It all starts with you. In the Bond,

Steven P. Bossart, “AA” Kent State ’90


THE V FOUNDATION

Delta Chi Partners with

QUICK FACTS...

All undergraduate and alumni members of The Delta Chi Fraternity, Inc. have joined hands in fighting cancer together. On July 26 at the 2006 Delta Chi International Convention held in Cleveland, Ohio, the Fraternity announced that it has partnered with The V Foundation for Cancer Research and named The V Foundation as its preferred charitable organization. More than 500 brothers and guests present at the Convention enthusiastically endorsed the choice. Each year, Delta Chi chapters and colonies raise tens of thousands of dollars for international and local charitable organizations. It is the hope of Delta Chi that if all chapters unite their services and resources to benefit a single organization, Delta Chi can make a great impact on that organization. The V Foundation, named in honor of former basketball coach and cancer victim Jim Valvano, was chosen because of its dedication to saving lives by helping to find a cure for cancer. Because The V Foundation sponsors research and treatments for all forms of cancer, a disease with which almost everyone has a personal connection, a personal relationship will be established with The V Foundation. “Delta Chi is excited and honored to be working with The V Foundation,” said Steve Bossart, “AA”. “Cancer has had an effect on every person’s life in some way. This partnership allows Delta Chi to help lead the fight against cancer.”

The V Foundation for Cancer Research was founded in 1993 by ESPN and the late Jim Valvano, legendary NC State basketball coach and ESPN commentator.

The V Foundation has raised more than $60 million, used to fund cancer research grants nationwide.

100 percent of all new direct cash donations made to The V Foundation are used to fund cancer research and related programs.

The Foundation awards grants through a competitive awards process strictly supervised by a Scientific Review Committee comprised of some of the nation’s top doctors and scientists.

The V Foundation has awarded cancer research grants in 36 states and the District of Columbia.

The V Foundation awarded nearly $8 million in grants in 2006. These grants fund numerous types of cancer research and were awarded to elite researchers in 15 states.

For the fourth consecutive ranking, The V Foundation for Cancer Research has received a top 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s premiere evaluator of charities. In earning Charity Navigator’s highest rating, The V Foundation has demonstrated exceptional financial health, outperforming most of its peers in its efforts to manage and grow its finances in the most fiscally responsible way possible. Only 12 percent of the charities evaluated by Charity Navigator have received at least two consecutive 4-star evaluations.

Between 1994 and 2002, The V Foundation awarded 94 V Scholar grants to promising young scientists nationwide in order to help them establish their laboratories. Of those V Scholars, 93 percent have received additional funding and are still working in independent labs. An additional five percent are currently working in related research.

Efforts by Delta Chi to raise money for The V Foundation will continue this fall. Already, the Fraternity has raised over $15,000 in less than eight months for the fight against cancer. Since 1998, Delta Chi chapters and colonies have contributed more than 223,000 man-hours to community service and have raised more than $1 million for charitable organizations. This new partnership with The V Foundation will allow Delta Chi to focus those efforts towards benefiting a single cause and organization. While The V Foundation is the preferred charitable organization, chapters and colonies are still able to raise resources or provide services for any other local or international charitable organization. In fact, chapters may choose to contribute to both a local organization and The V Foundation.

More information regarding the V Foundation for Cancer Research can be found at www.jimmyv.org

The V Foundation for Cancer Research 106 Towerview Court, Cary, NC 27513 919.380.9505 1.800.4JimmyV www.jimmyv.org Jim Valvano was 346-212 in 19 seasons as an NCAA head coach. During his tenure, he appeared in eight NCAA Tournaments and won a National Championship with North Carolina State University in 1983. Jim was twice voted ACC Coach of the Year.

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CONVENTION REVIEW

The 55th International Convention Cleveland • July 26-30, 2006

“If someone had bet me that the largest Convention in Delta Chi history would take place in Cleveland, Ohio, I would have taken that bet in a heartbeat,” joked Convention Coordinator Matt Killingsworth, Kansas State ’02. “Turns out I would have lost the bet, and that ended up being a great thing.” The 55th International Convention, held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel City Centre from July 26-30, was attended by more than 300 student members, as well as more than 200 alumni and guests from across North America. The four days of programming, legislation, brotherhood and festivities began with a bang and wrapped up with a big announcement and a big bet.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 26 Awards and a New Philanthropy Wednesday evening kicked off with Patrick Alderdice, Ball State ’92, and Paul Picciani, Connecticut ’89, rocking through nearly 300 programming and individual awards for chapters, colonies and alumni chapters (see pages 12 and 13 for a full list of awards). But the feature of the kick-off was the announcement of The V Foundation for Cancer Research as the new official philanthropic benefactor of Delta Chi. John Leshney, Senior Vice President of Development for The V Foundation, was on hand to accept a $12,000 check from an initial, nine-chapter pilot program. “You (Delta Chi) have great leadership in Steve (Bossart) and your staff. I have had such a great feeling in getting to know the men of

Delta Chi. You have people with vision and purpose, and they are going to help lead the way, with you on this journey, to help find the cures,” said Leshney.

THURSDAY, JULY 27 Elections and Ritual A procession of the Board of Regents, past “AA”s and members of the Order of the White Carnation began the first general session on Thursday morning. Rich Kruger, Tri-State, called the session to order as “FF”, and Father Anthony Vinson, Northwest Missouri ’98, gave the invocation. Following the invocation, the Convention Chorus led those in attendance in the singing of the Bond Song, and “AA” Steve Bossart, Kent State ’90, led the Convention in the recitation of the Preamble.


CONVENTION REVIEW Executive Director Ray Galbreth, Missouri ’69, recognized attendees based on the number of conventions attended. Jimmie J. “Doc” Underwood, Kansas ’51, was recognized for attending his 22nd Convention, and Fred Hammert, Oklahoma ’60, was recognized for attending the 1956 Convention. The Convention delegates gave a standing ovation for these members’ dedication to Delta Chi. General Session I saw the following legislative items regarding Delta Chi Law pass: a change regarding chapter discipline for financial matters, colony establishment and closing, clarifying standing committee

appointments, prohibiting discrimination in membership on the grounds of sexual orientation, and a $5 increase in membership dues effective January 1, 2007. Following the adoption of the legislative items above, nominations were received for Executive Committee positions. Steve Bossart was nominated for “AA”. The nominees for “CC” were Ratheen Damle, Texas ’01; Chris Kilroy, Huntsville ’99; and Miles Washburn, Massachusetts ’87. Nominated for “DD” was Tom Horowitz, Michigan State ’87. The Convention delegates then heard the presentation of the four men to be inducted into the Order of the White Carnation. The delegates unanimously approved the four men. Welcomed into the Order of the White

Carnation were Ed Fusco, Embry-Riddle ’73, Ken Shepard, Long Beach ’77; and posthumously, Charles Hatch, Minnesota ’22, and Jim Price, Eastern Illinois ’74. General Session I came to an end with attendees making a brief dash in the rain, as they headed to take the group photo. Unfortunately, the photo was delayed due to the weather but was taken after lunch, and the delegates then entered Regional Caucuses to discuss the elections of the “AA”, “CC” and “DD”. General Session II saw Steve Bossart re-elected as “AA”, Tom Horowitz elected as “DD”, and Ratheen Damle elected as “CC”. Chuck Mancuso, Florida State ’84, will now assume the role of Retiring “AA”. (Mancuso is

the most immediate past “AA”; he served as “DD” from 2004-2006, immediately following his term as “AA” from 2002-2004.) The Convention delegates also granted Officer Emeritus status to four members. New “BB” Emeriti include Ron Montgomery, Oshkosh ’88; Mark Sluss, Missouri State ’87; and Ken Young, Auburn ’69; and posthumously, John J. Kuhn, Cornell ‘98, as “AA” Emeritus. After General Session II, the Convention adjourned for dinner. After a brief recess, the delegates witnessed the Ritual exemplification, a model rehearsal of the Fraternity’s Ritual, and called to order the third General Session of the day. Greg Hauser, Michigan State ’75, presented the Memorial Resolution in honor of those brothers who had passed away during the

past biennium, and John “Pete” Copeland, Arizona ’49, was selected as Convention Honoree. The Alumni Ceremony ended the long day of events.

FRIDAY, JULY 28 Alumni Recognition and Educational Sessions Educational sessions kicked off Friday morning and included topics such as Goal Setting, History of the Ritual, Managing Change, Dress for Success, How to Impress the Women in Your Life, Risk Management Prevention, Philanthropy Implementation, Alumni Chapter Programming, and Reorganizing Your Chapter. In addition, Delta Chi provided an all-day track of sessions on recruitment called Recruitment 101. During Friday morning and afternoon, attendees could attend the four and one-half hours of presentations directed at improving a chapter’s recruitment process.

Many of Delta Chi’s outstanding alumni and volunteers were recognized during Friday’s Delta Chi Educational Foundation luncheon. A few of the award recipients included John Tunila, Connecticut ’81, in recognition of his 11 years serving as the Educational Foundation’s legal advisor; and Roy Payne, Cornell ’51, as the newest director of the Foundation for his contribution of $700,000 to the Educational Foundation. His donation will be used to refurbish the Cornell Chapter house and keep it in the Brotherhood. Plaques were presented to Paul Bohlman, Ohio State ’70, for reaching the $25,000 lifetime giving level, and Congressman John Mica, Florida ’67, for surpassing multiple giving levels during 2005. In addition, the Outstanding “BB”, Outstanding ABT, Outstanding House Corporation, Delta Chi | Quarterly | Fall/Winter 2006 5


CONVENTION REVIEW Humanitarian, Valor, Meritorious Service, and Distinguished Delta Chi Awards were handed out (see a complete list of recipients on page 13). To add a bit of Cleveland to the convention experience, attendees enjoyed a Cleveland Indians win against the Seattle Mariners on Friday night. In honor of the Convention being held in Cleveland, Northeast Ohio native and our own Steve Bossart threw out the first pitch of the game. A post game fireworks display eneded another exciting convention day.

SATURDAY, JULY 29 The Big Finish On Saturday morning, the educational sessions continued, and alumni volunteers and guests shared their personal and professional experiences with hundreds of attendees in the Advisor Training Program. Other educational sessions included:

Warm Fuzzies, Cold Pricklies; Aficionado; Proper Performance of the Ritual; Battling Mediocrity; Managing Personal and Chapter Money; Alumni Relations; New Member Education; Crisis Management; Academic Success; and Campus Relations and Resources. The Convention just wouldn’t be the same without the etiquette luncheon, “Manners Matter: A Luncheon Like No Other,” hosted by the talented Lorrie Bossart. Sessions on Event Planning, Brand Identity, Facility Management, Regents and Vice-Regents, Self-Assessment and A Business Called Fraternity followed the etiquette luncheon. Saturday evening brought out the largest gathering of brothers and guests at any single Convention in history, more than 6 Delta Chi | Quarterly | Fall/Winter 2006

550, for the presentation of the Fraternity’s highest awards. Steve Bossart, “AA”, welcomed all in attendance and the Convention Chorus, led by Dr. E. Duane Meyer, Hobart ’58, then sang the United States’ and Canadian national anthems to begin the banquet. The invocation was given by Dr. Ronald Surmacz, Duquesne, and then Bossart invited everyone to enjoy dinner. Following dinner, “Doc” Underwood started the “Handshake Across Time,” a tradition begun by Founder Monroe Marsh Sweetland to bridge future generations of Delta Chis with the Founders through this meaningful and inspiring tradition. During the evening the Fraternity presented its highest awards, starting with the recipients of the 2005 and 2006 Outstanding Greek Life Professional awards to Dr. Roy Baker, Associate Dean of Students at Syracuse University, and Kurt Foriska, Senior Director of Greek Life at The Ohio

State University, respectively. Steve Michels, Marquette ’87, was also honored as the Fraternity’s most recent New Founder for his combined donations to the Fraternity and Educational Foundation exceeding $100,000. Congressman John Mica was again honored, but this time as the 2005 Delta Chi of the Year recipient for his political successes. And, James Stewart, DePauw ’73, was honored as the 2006 Delta Chi of the Year recipient. Stewart is the current Editor-at-Large for Smart Money Magazine and contributing columnist for The New Yorker Yorker. Ed King of Sigma Chi Fraternity was awarded the John J. Kuhn Award for outstanding service to the interfraternal movement. The President’s Cup, the highest chapter award given by the Fraternity, was awarded to the chapters at Georgia Tech,

Kansas, Miami (OH), and Louisiana Tech. The President’s Most Improved Trophy is given to the chapter with the most notable improvement over the past academic year and was awarded to the Arizona Chapter. Ray Galbreth, Executive Director, recognized Matt Killingsworth, Convention Coordinator, for an exceptional job in planning the Convention. And then, Matt announced the site of the 2008 Convention: Las Vegas. Along with the Las Vegas location, alumni and undergraduates from a variety of chapters are now part of a “big bet,” challenging brothers and guests from 2006 to bring their souvenir poker chips with them to the 2008 Convention. For each chip returned, the “big bet” members will make a donation. Half of the donations will go to the Fraternity’s general fund and the other half to the Delta Chi Educational Foundation general fund. (For more on the “big bet”, visit the Convention website,

www.deltachiconvention.org.) As a surprise for all in attendance, Matt arranged for an early viewing of the trailer to the movie The Guardian in which Kevin Costner, Fullerton ’77, and Ashton Kutcher, Iowa ’00, both star. The Convention came to a close with Greg Hauser administering the oath and swearing in the three new International Officers. Steve addressed the attendees with his closing remarks and encouraged everyone to attend the 2008 Convention in Las Vegas. The evening ended with the singing of the Bond Song and the official adjournment of the 55th Convention.


CONVENTION ATTENDEES ABRACADABRA

DUQUESNE

Colin Richard Brian Zimring Matt Pies

Paul Matvey Regis Ryan Andrew May Matthew Richardson

ALABAMA Preston Mann Clark Daly

ALBERTA Curtis Boven

AMERICAN Bradford Anderson

APPALACHIAN STATE

EAST CAROLINA Douglas Chananie Daniel Bricker

EAST STROUDSBURG COLONY Stephen Blank Patrick Doyle

JACKSONVILLE STATE Blake Aurthur Drew Lindsey

JAMES MADISON Aaron Clark Casey Dolan Lee Brooks Brandon Blackburn Brandon Eickel Justin DeLockery

JOHNSTOWN

Brian Stearns Josh Pegram

EASTERN WASH. COLONY

Levi Perry Kevin Murtha

ARIZONA

Loren Bair

KANSAS

EMBRY-RIDDLE

Matt Brunner Randal Gerstner Lance Mall Patrick Underwood Christopher Francia

Brandon Benadretti Andrew Dipsia

Anthony Zhang Mark Austin Joe Harper

Darrin Butkus Daniel Gizzi Michael Maleki Christopher Rowell Chris Gorman Charles Kauffman Timothy Soliday Anthony Blount Manuel Cruz Nicholas Fernandez Daniel Huber John Mahon

BEHREND

FERRIS STATE

ARIZONA STATE Ryan Kalman Ryan Kowalis Jorden McBiles Bryce Sorem Brandon Grone

AUBURN

Michael McGrath Josh Epps Garrett Culver

BINGHAMTON COLONY Anthony Pollotta

BOWLING GREEN John McNamara Stephen Bickerton Mike Buzzelli Timothy Georges William Johnson Shane Lewis Ralph Elliott

BRYANT

Greg Balcom John Szewc

FLORIDA COLONY

KANSAS STATE Jeff Laird Jared Flott

KENT STATE Justin Baker Ari Fleeman Michael Nemergut Brett Norris Steven Scerbovsky Donny Sobnosky Matt Linn Michael Smith

Young-Ki Chang Carlo Petrillo John Thomas

KENTUCKY COLONY

FREDONIA

KETTERING-A

James Campisi Daniel Compo JD Fetterly Jeff Frohm Robert Bracken Juan Carlos Hernandez Patrick Eilman

Brett Mathis Jesse Shore Zac Hyde Joshua Johnson Paul Warnes Paul Elder Timothy McGookey

KETTERING-B

David Greco John Musto John Sacchetti

GANNON

CAL POLY

Kyle Studstill

Brandon Koenigsknecht Max Nemeth Aaron Grady Michael Lockwood Matthew Shaffer

Daniel Kim

GEORGIA SOUTHERN

L.S.U.

CALIFORNIA UNIV - PA

Peter Lane Michael Sterling Steven Haught

Grant Herrin Dustin Sutton Charlie Gerkin

GEORGIA TECH

LAKE FOREST

Brandon Luders Eric Southard Alex Kennedy Allen Dreschel Taylor Owens Michael Seelhorst

Douglas Adolph Edward Vrtis

Phillip Maise Andrew Dick

CENTRAL MICHIGAN Ronald Burr Jr. Mike Shermetaro

CENTRAL MISSOURI Brandon Heady John Grandstaff

CHICO

Matthew O’Donnell

GEORGIA

GORHAM STATE

Kyle French James Kline

Matt Presti Christopher Grimaldi

CLEMSON

HAYWARD

Andrew Kelly Chris Jones

Kevin Malmgren

COASTAL CAROLINA

Thomas Rood Zachary Schonfield

Kevin Mitchell Dan Jolles

COLORADO Nicholas Heguy Joe Reidy

COLORADO STATE Tommy Miles Eric Smith

CONNECTICUT

HOBART

HOFSTRA COLONY Christopher Siciliano Nino Caridi

HUNTSVILLE Sreca Jovanov Justin Anthony

IDAHO

LIVINGSTON Michael Brown William Sellers

LONG BEACH Ken Tidwell Taylor Nelson

LOUISIANA TECH Robert Culver Chris Perrero Patrick Kennedy Connor Bech

Patrick Jesse Matthew Robinson

MARSHALL COLONY Jae Snow Brian King Christopher Miller

ILLINOIS Robert Howard

Erik Fischer Frank Grzelak

Pat Colgan Adam Fetterly

ILLINOIS STATE

MIAMI

DENISON Eric Eilberg Nicholas Brooks

DEPAUW Peter McFarland Joshua Perez Jason Hutchison Andrew Reed

IOWA James Cate Thomas Wemhoff Steven Wood

IOWA STATE COLONY Akshay Shukla Brian Walker

MISSISSIPPI STATE Rob Reid Zane Wofford

MISSOURI Brian Roesslein Gregory Watts

MISSOURI STATE Chris Roper Eric Krause Zach Swartz

MONTEVALLO Jeffrey Roper Nick Ramsland

NEW HAVEN Anthony Maisano Dan Eid Noah Brochu Matthew Shaw Daniel Hunt

NEW MEXICO STATE Neal Morgan Brett Jordan Garett Jordan

NORTHERN ARIZONA Danny Smith Jason Malee

NW MISSOURI Timothy McGinnis Colby Beachler Neal Pittman

NORTHWESTERN

MARYLAND

Christopher Gentile Josh Swedlow Blake Schmidt Michael Mondi Michael Brill Scott McMahon Anthony DePina Andrew Linden

MICHIGAN Ben Wachtel Todd Karazim Charles Wineland

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Brett Nabe Tim Burkard

SOUTHERN CAL. Elliott Kirschenmann Brendan ShieldsShimizu

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Chris Barber Peter Chudbya

SYRACUSE Michael Tumolo James Grenier Eric Hammill Joseph Romeo

TARLETON Beau Bessent Jeremy McBroom

TEXAS Angad Damle William Meek Brett Martin

TEXAS A&M Ross Robins Brian Brizendine Texas State Richard Martinez

TEXAS TECH Nick Blatt Andrew Hodge

TRI-STATE Michael Caster Adam Gross Casey Pierce Jason Shampo Bernard Marucci Craig Wiley

Nathan Edwards Coh Yoshizaki Seth Butler Nicholas Castronovo David Holstein Kevin Koch Richard Oleszczuk

TROY STATE

OHIO STATE COLONY

Sean Driscoll Andrew Minuto

Daniel Lenert Douglas Swift Nicholas Marconi Travis Pennell

OKLAHOMA COLONY Gregory Johnson Joseph MillsJr.

OREGON STATE Nels Walther Matthew Lewis Cory Hardy

PENN STATE Matt Della Rocca Thomas Hines

PITTSBURGH

PURDUE

CORTLAND COLONY

Joel DePaoli Richard Frischer

Richard Jeffery Trent Novak

MARQUETTE

Jeffrey Platt

Drew Herrera Dave Mosteter Ryan Davis Tom Krug Sam Puckhaber

MINNESOTA

Paul Stocco Freddie Boyle

MANKATO

CORNELL

DAVIS COLONY

Marcos Bonafede Matt Knill

John Helter Grant Shoemaker Patrick Boylan Matt Reuter Robert Gaunt

Nick Fullwiler Geoff Herzog Brandon Aldecoa

Michael Brothwell

MICHIGAN STATE

Herbert Yu Clinton Bohm Sean Reed

RADFORD

Josh Sewell Razak Al-Thwaini

TRUMAN STATE Michael Dean Grant Dail

UNLV

VALDOSTA Brett Roques

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH Bradley Workman Daniel Shriver

WASHBURN COLONY John Warren

WASHINGTON Jack Thomas III Martin Sheehan

WASHINGTON STATE Michael Anderton Julian Sterbick-Myers

WEST GEORGIA Andrew Carter Wes Kirkbride Timothy Beabout

WEST VIRGINIA TECH Matthew Deal Brandon Coates

WESTERN CAROLINA COLONY

Kylor Eutsler Michael Kondor

Travis Monteith Travis Stallings

RUTGERS

WESTERN MICHIGAN

Glenn Kipnis Patrick Bell Andrew Skowronski

Jacob Lonc Paul Drain

WILLIAM & MARY

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

Jon DeLong Luke Gill

Justin Ochsner Matt Mack Doug Noble Eric Rapp

WILMINGTON COLONY

SOUTH FLORIDA

WINDSOR

Michael Green Brandon Gogue Alexis Oreta Kyle McBride

Artur Smelyansky Clinton Smit Peter Giuliani Erich Johnson

David Dillon Wesley Dinsick

BOARD OF REGENTS

Steve Bossart, Kent State ’90 Tom Horowitz, Michigan State ’87 Chuck Mancuso, Florida State ’84 Paul Welke, Alberta ’04 Michael Woolbright, Long Beach ’86 Ratheen Damle, Texas ’01 Aaron Otto, Kansas State ’98 Mark Schramka, N’western Alumnus Trent Unterbrink, Tri-State ’98 Dr. Duane Meyer, Hobart ’58 Eric Kerstetter, Auburn ’00 Michael Geary, Florida ’90

LAW COMMITTEE

Donald LaPlante, Southern California Alumnus

HOUSING COMMITTEE Kenneth Shepard, Long Beach ’77 Mike Dichiser, Kansas State ’95

RITUAL COMMITTEE Bill Tallman, Embry-Riddle ’95 John Dorner, Illinois State ’91 Brad Cole, Southern Illinois ’93

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION Fredrick Hammert, Oklahoma ’60 Miles Washburn, Massachusetts ’87 Steven Michels, Marquette ’87 Robert Hendershot, Purdue ’72 Patrick Weber, Oklahoma ’87 Michael Carroll, Auburn ’71 Michael Moskos, DePauw ’85 Roy Payne, Cornell ’52

STAFF

Executive Director: Ray Galbreth Convention Coordinator: Matt Killingsworth Assistant Executive Director: Karl Grindel Director of Expansion & Colony Operations: Rusty Williams Office Manager: Marge Lee Clerk: Claudia Jansenius Leadership Consultants: Sean Rossiter, Chad Davis, Jonathan Nichols, Justin Roberts, Josh Redshaw, and Ryan Roberts Interns: Eric Felix, Alec Lee, and Gage Osthoff

“BB”S

James Adams, Miami (OH) ’69 Patrick Alderdice, Ball State ’92 Steven Ankeny, Tri-State ’01 Paul Bohlman, Ohio State ’70 Jason Butler, Central Missouri ’99 David Caillier, Cal Poly ’03 Charles Cheatham, Louisiana Tech ’88 Jeff Gerard, Windsor ’99 Hamilton Henderson, Northwest Missouri ’82 John Holke, Northeast Missouri ’79 Gary Horowitz, Northeast Missouri Alumnus Monte Johnson, Ohio State ’69 Christopher Johnson, Kentucky ’77 Christopher Kilroy, Huntsville ’99 Barry Peters, Western Michigan ’89 Patrick Phelan, Embry-Riddle ’72 Kevin Pitchford, West Virginia Tech ’86 Klayton Roark, Arizona State ’03 Randy Rossi, Bryant Alumnus Scott Smith, Western Carolina ’99 Gil Werntz, Georgia Southern ’85 Bill Williams, Gannon ’83 Weldon Womack, Texas A&M ’03 Andrew Wong, Davis ’06

ALUMNI

Brandon Abee, Western Carolina ’05 John Adamec, Coastal Carolina ’06 Tom Aldrich, Louisiana Tech ’92 Jim Alex, Jr., Oregon State ’74 Trice Alford, Kansas State ’96 Mark Bailey, Pittsburgh ’06 Dwight Barnhart, Kent State Alumnus Kevin Beardsley, Kettering-B ’01 Edward Beavers, Louisville ’85 Newell Bentley III, Kettering-B ’01 Stephen Bianchi, Northeastern ’79 Alan Brightman, Kansas ’67 Jeff Broderick, Illinois State ’81 Phillip Brooks, Kettering-B ’02 Marquez Brown, Iowa ’01 Thomas Burleson, Huntsville ’02 Kevin Caffrey, Gannon ’06 Elliott Chun, Western Ontario ’03 David Conklin, Northwest Missouri ’88 Travis Covey, New Mexico State ’03 Jordan Cullifer, Embry-Riddle ’02 Drew Dallet. Kent State ’93 James Davis, Appalachian State ’02 Michael Davy, Mankato ’01 Bobby Dewrell, Troy State ’95

Vincent DiCamillo, Duquesne ’95 Justin Donnelly, Kent State ’02 James Dykes, Embry-Riddle ’78 James English, Western Michigan ’89 William English, Western Michigan Alumnus Dale Espich, DePauw ’51 Alfonso Estevez, Alberta ’06 Mark Fitzgerald, Connecticut ’79 Jason Frampton, Duquesne ’04 Ed Fusco, Embry-Riddle ’73 Doug Galbreth, Iowa ’04 Michael Gamble, Bryant ’03 John Gioffredi, Iowa State ’78 Scott Gleason, New Haven ’06 Max Goecker, Ball State ’88 Thomas Griffin, Tri-State ’04 Greg Grimes, Missouri State ’05 Andrew Haggerty, New Mexico State ’03 Eric Hancsak, Kent State ’96 Richard Hartman, Radford ’05 Jared Harvey, Kettering-B ’00 Gregory Hauser, Michigan State ’75 Nick Hohenberger, Kent State ’00 Alexander Horowitz, Northeast Missouri ’06 Charles Iacuaniello, Cal Poly ’06 Patrick Jones, Kent State ’04 Matthew Juszczyk, Kettering-A ’06 William Kennedy, New Mexico State ’03 Peter Korch, Johnstown ’84 Richard Kruger, Tri-State Faculty Michael Magri, Johnstown ’84 James Marascio, Bryant ’93 Brian Martin, Ball State ’99 Kenneth McCoig, Embry-Riddle ’02 Steve McCowan, Embry-Riddle ’98 David Mellor, Kent State ’94 Steven Meyer, Kansas ’04 John Mica, Florida ’67 Craig Montgomery, Pittsburgh ’06 Ryan O’toole, Bryant ’05 Richard Paulsen, Embry-Riddle ’97 Dan Peck, Windsor ’03 Paul Picciani, Connecticut ’89 Jared Pietrella, New Haven ’06 Bennett Polack, Alberta ’01 Tom Radomski, Pittsburgh ’06 Bryan Rock, Windsor ’01 Stephen Schaberg, Northwestern ’06 Keith Shriver, Florida ’79 Jason Sisk, New Mexico State ’03 Matthew Smith, Davis ’05 G. R. Steven Sparling, Western Michigan ’88 Stephen Spencer, Penn State ’54 Nathan Steinberg, Colorado State ’05 James Stewart, DePauw ’73 Ronald Surmacz, Duquesne Alumnus Wally Tiedemann, Embry-Riddle ’77 Brian Tompkins, Windsor ’01 John Tunila, Connecticut ’81 Alan Udell, Wisconsin ’91 Timothy Ulrich, Colorado State ’04 Doc Underwood, Kansas ’51 Jeffrey Underwood, Kansas ’80 Anthony Vinson, OSB, Northwest Missouri ’98 Stephen Weber, Kettering-A ’06 David Wertz, Tri-State ’03 Richard Wilson, Kent State ’04 John Ziegler, Louisiana Tech ’01

GUESTS Trina Abee Elaine Adams Joan Barnhart Molly Beardsley Greg Bossart Lorrie Bossart Ingrid Brightman Geri Cheatham Andrew Cheatham Chuckie Cheatham Nathan Cheatham Rosemary Dickson Janet Galbreth A.J. Goecker Becky Goecker Marian Hammert Julie Ann Hancsak Mary Kay Hinterleiter Richard Hinterleiter Chet Hollinger Marge Hollinger Mary Jo Johnson Ed King Uni Leong

Theresa Magri Brittany Mancuso Chris Mancuso Erica McCowan Lindsey McIntyre Laura Mellor Beth Morgan Junko Nakada Grant Sparling II Imogene Thompson Bob Thompson Stephanie Udell Jennifer Washburn Karen Weber Barbie Weiss Kelly Woolbright

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CONVENTION RECOGNITION 2005 DELTA CHI OF THE YEAR Congressman John Mica, FL ’67 Representative John L. Mica was first elected to Congress in 1992. He represents Florida’s 7th Congressional District. The Congressman serves on the House Government Reform Committee, the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, and the Committee on House Administration. Prior to his election to Congress, Mr. Mica was a successful businessman in real estate development, communications, international trade consulting, and governmental affairs firms. In the 1970s, Mr. Mica served two terms in the Florida Legislature. He was a chief of staff to a U.S. Senator from 1981 - 85. In Congress he has served as Chairman of the House Civil Service Subcommittee and also Chairman of the Criminal Justice and Drug Policy Subcommittee. He currently chairs the House Aviation Transportation Subcommittee. Congressman Mica was initiated into The Delta Chi Fraternity in 1962 at The University of Florida. He served as Chapter “A” and helped lead the successful house construction project in 1965. After graduating from Florida, Brother Mica held the position of Assistant to the National Director and Editor of the Delta Chi Quarterly Quarterly. The current fraternity magazine is still published in the format developed by Brother Mica. He has been recognized for his leadership to his fraternity, state, and nation with numerous awards. Mr. Mica has been awarded many honors, including being named as one of the Nation’s Ellis Island Medal of Honor recipients. He has received the National Taxpayers Union Friend of the Taxpayer Award, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Enterprise Award. Congressman Mica has been a recipient of numerous national awards in recognition of his outstanding service to our nation and the State of Florida.

2006 DELTA CHI OF THE YEAR Author James Stewart, DEP ’73 A graduate of DePauw University and Harvard Law School, Brother James B. Stewart is a member of the Bar of New York and Bloomberg Professor of Business and Economic Journalism at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. In 1988, while working for The Wall Street Journal, he won the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism for his articles about the 1987 dramatic upheaval in the stock market and insider trading. At the time of winning the Pulitzer, he became The Journal’s page one editor, overseeing coverage of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Gulf War, the failed Soviet coup, and the presidential elections of both 1988 and 1992. Stewart also is the winner of the 1988 George Polk award and the 1987 and 1988 Gerald Loeb awards. His national bestseller Blind Eye was the winner of the 2000 Edgar Allen Poe Award given annually by the Mystery Writers of America. Stewart is also the author of national bestsellers: Den of Thieves, Blood Sport, Heart of a Soldier Soldier, and most recently, DisneyWar: The Battle for Magic Kingdom. Stewart has most recently been a recipient of the 2006 Loeb award in the business book category for DisneyWar. DisneyWar Currently, Stewart serves as Editor-at-Large of SmartMoney magazine and a contributing editor for SmartMoney.com, Stewart also is a reporter-at-large for The New Yorker Yorker. His column, “Common Sense,” appears weekly in The Wall Street Journal and online and monthly in SmartMoney. Stewart also serves as the President of the Board of Trustees of DePauw. Stewart lectures frequently on values and ethics in American business and politics. Aside from his other notable accolades and successes, Brother Stewart was also featured prominently on the cover of the Spring/ Summer 2003 edition of the Delta Chi Quarterly.

Rep. Mica and his wife, Pat, have been married for thirty years and have two children. The Mica family has resided in Central Florida since 1972.

2005 CONVENTION HONOREE John G. Copeland Arizona ’49 John G. Copeland, known by many as Pete, proudly served Delta Chi, and the Greek community as a whole, for several decades. Initiated at The University of Arizona, Pete graduated from The University of Indiana in 1949. He went on to be a very effective and talented Spanish professor at the University of Colorado. He served as the Colorado Chapter “BB” from February 1983 until December 1986 and then again from October 1991 until September 1993. In August 1987, Pete was awarded the Delta Chi Meritorious Service Award, and in 1998, Pete was recognized as “BB” Emeritus for his service to the Colorado Chapter. Although Pete passed away in May 2000, his spirit and love for Delta Chi, and the Greek community, continue in the hearts of those he touched. 8 Delta Chi | Quarterly | Fall/Winter 2006

NEW FOUNDER RECOGNITION Steven R. Michels, Marquette ’87 Steven R. Michels became the seventh brother to achieve the honor of New Founder, which is bestowed upon a member for his lifetime giving of over $100,000 to the Fraternity and Foundation. Delta Chi cannot thank Brother Michels enough for his generous support of Delta Chi, its members, and its programs.


CONVENTION RECOGNITION ORDER OF THE WHITE CARNATION

OFFICER EMERITUS RECOGNITION

Delta Chi established the Order of the White Carnation in 1975 to honor those men who have displayed meritorious and inconspicuous service. This summer four candidates were presented for consideration and, by standing acclamation, the Convention inducted the following men: * Posthumously awarded

The highest recognition that can be bestowed on an elected officer of Delta Chi is Emeritus standing. It requires a unanimous standing vote of a Convention, and this year the following men were granted such recognition: * Posthumously awarded

CHARLES A. HATCH*, MINNESOTA ’22, served for many years as “BB” for the Minnesota Chapter, attended four conventions and was a federal judge.

JAMES D. PRICE*, EASTERN ILLINOIS ’74, served for over 17 years as “BB” for the Eastern Illinois Chapter, winning six outstanding “BB” awards. He was a Distinguished Delta Chi for nearly twenty years and was in attendance at five conventions and numerous Regional Conferences. EDWARD FUSCO, EMBRY-RIDDLE ’73, was a founding father of his Chapter and served as “BB” for 15 years. He has also served as ABT President, and House Corporation President for two different chapters. He has won three Meritorious Service Awards, and attended 16 conventions and multiple Regional Conferences. KENNETH L. SHEPARD, LONG BEACH ’77, has distinguished himself with over 30 years of service to Delta Chi. He served one year on staff, was Convention Coordinator (1979), Regent, and has served on the Housing Committee (twice as chairman) for over 12 years. He has twice been awarded the Meritorious Service Award and has attended several conventions.

JOHN J. KUHN AWARD Ed King, Sigma Chi This award, named after the former International President of The Delta Chi Fraternity and former President of the National Interfraternity Conference, John J. Kuhn, is presented to individuals that have contributed significantly to the Greek movement. The award, which is the most prestigious that Delta Chi offers, recognizes the accomplishments and the contributions of people within the Fraternity and Sorority world regardless of their affiliation. As a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity, Ed King has extensive experience in the fraternal world. His involvement with Sigma Chi has included service on the Executive Committee, and at different times serving as a Province officer, serving as Grand Tribune, and as a Workshop Presenter and Educational Advisor. Mr. King is a member of the Association of Fraternity Advisors and the MidAmerican Greek Council Association. He has also served as the Chairman of the National Inter-fraternity Conference Commission on Values and Ethics. His accolades include: the gold and silver NIC Distinguished Service Awards as well as the Francis C. Mergan

“AA” Emeritus JOHN J. KUHN*, CORNELL ’98, served three terms as “AA”, 1906-07 and 1917-1921; one term as “DD”, 1905-1906; served the NIC as its Chairman (Delta Chi’s first of five) in 1923; and the Fraternity’s interfraternity service award is named after him. Brother Kuhn was a dedicated contributor to the efforts and endeavors of the fraternity movement within and beyond Delta Chi.

“BB” Emeritus RON J. MONTGOMERY, OSHKOSH ’88, was “BB” for the Oshkosh Chapter for 13 years, winning several Outstanding “BB” Awards, and was the recipient of the Meritorious Service Award for his dedication and service. MARK D. SLUSS, MISSOURI STATE ’87, over the past 19 years has served as “BB” for the Missouri, Creighton, and Missouri State Chapters. He has also has served as ViceRegent, and currently is the ABT President for the Missouri State Chapter. LUTHER “KEN” YOUNG, AUBURN ’69, served the Auburn Chapter as “BB” for over eight years, was Regent, and served the Fraternity as “DD” from 1996-1998. He has also been awarded the Meritorious Service Award and attended several conventions.

Award for Outstanding Public Service, the James McLaughlin Interfraternity Executive Association’s Outstanding Fraternal Service Award, and the Robert. H. Shaffer Award for Fraternity Excellence. In addition to his fraternal service, he served as the Director of Residential Life and Greek Advisor at Bradley University for thirtyeight years. He currently works as an educational consultant and public speaker. The following short excerpt is from “The Secret Thoughts of a Ritual” by Ed King, first published in fall 1974 in a Fraternity Newsletter and subsequently published in approximately 30 fraternity and sorority publications. It can be found published in its entirety several places, including Delta Chi materials. “Today I would like to share with you some thoughts on another kind of ritual. One that is considered very private and is often esoteric. I am the fraternity ritual. One that you will find locked in a file in the corner of some dark office. Because I don’t get used or opened up very often, I have a lot of time to think and I’d like to share with you some of my thoughts. Sometimes, I go through a real identity crisis. Who am I? What am I? In order to know what a thing is, you must first know what it is for. You tell what a thing is for by the way it is used.” Delta Chi | Quarterly | Fall/Winter 2006 9


DELTA CHI LOYALTY FUND DONORS • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50 – 99.99 •• . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100 – 249.99 # . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250 – 499.99 ALL CAPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500 – 999.00 BOLDFACE, ALL CAPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 – 2,500.00 BOLDFACE, ALL CAPS, ITALIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000 – 4,999.00 BOLDFACE, ALL CAPS, ITALIC, UNDERLINE . . . . . . . . . $5,000 – 10,000.00 BOLDFACE, ALL CAPS, ITALIC, UNDERLINE @ . . . . . . . . . . $10,000 and up L = Life Loyal with additional giving in ‘05 -‘06 (others listed on www.deltachi.org) LM = New Life Loyal Member ABRACADABRA • Steven LaVoie . . . . . . . ’82

COLORADO STATE • Christopher Walters. . . ’03

ALABAMA Frederick Connell . . . . . L•• William McGough . . . . • Dick Shiflett . . . . . . . . . • Stan Williams. . . . . . . .

CONNECTICUT LM Mark Fitzgerald . . . . . . Matthew Rogalla . . . . . L•• Duncan Silver . . . . . . . • Ronald Topping . . . . . .

’79 ’58 ’61 ’58

CORNELL James Mirro . . . . . . . . •• Mike Nadler . . . . . . . . . • Sarosh Olpadwala . . . . •• Gregory Plotko . . . . . . Arthur Preller . . . . . . . .

’00 ’56 ’99 ’95 ’99

’65 ’70 ’51 ’60

AMERICAN • Jonathan Linkov . . . . . ’95 L•• Ted Schmitt . . . . . . . . . ’95 APPALACHIAN STATE LM Reed Davis. . . . . . . . . . ’02 LM Matthew Fendley . . . . . ’06 ARIZONA Allan Eisenwinter . . . . . Vaughn Hormann. . . . . Louis Storm. . . . . . . . . Theodore Thuma . . . . .

’59 ’53 ’67 ’43

ARIZONA STATE Albert Catroppa . . . . . . ’55

DAVIS • Aaron Hunger LM Andrew Wong . . . . . . . ’06 DENISON LM Michael Larkin . . . . . . . ’06 LM Cameron Morrison. . . . ’06 John Slade

BALL STATE L PATRICK ALDERDICE . ’92 L# Dick McKaig. . . . . . . . . ’66 L# Joseph Neirinck . . . . . . ’63

DEPAUW • Karl Anderson . . . . . . . Richard Carlin . . . . . . . Matthew Frye. . . . . . . . L# Neal Kitchell. . . . . . . . . • Michael Moskos. . . . . . Charles Racine. . . . . . . Steven Ray. . . . . . . . . . • Larry Tibbetts . . . . . . . • Robert Walters. . . . . . .

BRYANT John Kennedy . . . . . . . ’90 Michael Prestash . . . . . ’95

DUQUESNE LM Karl Traeger . . . . . . . . . ’06 Steven Wesling . . . . . . ’04

CAL POLY John Reed . . . . . . . . . . ’94

EAST TEXAS •• Sherman Burns . . . . . . ’76

CENTRAL MICHIGAN Ronald Burr . . . . . . . . . ’08 Michael Shermetaro. . . ’08 LM Nicholas Vincent . . . . . ’06

EASTERN ILLINOIS LM Chris Desmond . . . . . . Steven Evans . . . . . . . . • Kenneth Winter . . . . . . Jeff Wong . . . . . . . . . .

AUBURN Robert Dade. . . . . . . . . • Tim Fitzsimmons . . . . . •• K Dale Wingo. . . . . . . . Dennis Woodling . . . . .

CENTRAL MISSOURI L JASON BUTLER . . . . . . LM Karl Grindel . . . . . . . . . LM Brandon Hargrove . . . . • Tom Mullaney . . . . . . .

’68 ’80 ’59 ’83

’99 ’01 ’06 ’96

CHICO Ryan Charp . . . . . . . . . ’93 • Dale Faubert. . . . . . . . . ’89 •• Joshua Reikes . . . . . . . ’98

EMBRY-RIDDLE • David Bizar. . . . . . . . . . L Dennis Miendersma. . . L•• Geoff Murray . . . . . . . . L•• Wally Tiedemann . . . . .

’51 ’68 ’08 ’72 ’85 ’59 ’88 ’56 ’80

’94 ’92 ’75 ’93

’87 ’72 ’99 ’77

FERRIS STATE • Jeffrey Scott . . . . . . . . ’99

COASTAL CAROLINA LM John Adamec. . . . . . . . ’06

FLORIDA • Anthony Albano . . . . . . L ERIC BROADIE . . . . . . • Jeff Cain. . . . . . . . . . . . LM David DeBari . . . . . . . . L•• Russ Driscoll . . . . . . . . L• Mike Geary, CAE . . . . . • Charles Lee . . . . . . . . . LM JOHN MICA . . . . . . . . . L KEITH SHRIVER . . . . .

COLORADO LM Chad Brue . . . . . . . . . . ’95 LM Jeffrey Downe . . . . . . . ’06

FLORIDA STATE L CHUCK MANCUSO . . . ’84 •• Ron Stowers . . . . . . . . ’81

CLARION • Gregory Fetcho . . . . . . ’88 CLEMSON • Christopher Diak . . . . . ’94 LM Jacob Higginbotham . . ’01 • David Hyman . . . . . . . . ’00

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’75 ’99 ’75 ’84 ’57 ’90 ’51 ’67 ’79

FULLERTON William Cleary . . . . . . . ’87 • Danial DeLaHunt . . . . . ’92 Thomas Restelli . . . . . . ’72 GANNON Vincent Myers . . . . . . . ’00

KANSAS • Mark Dreitzler . . . . . . . LM Richard Lucas . . . . . . . LM•• Steven Meyer. . . . . . . . L•• Jim Underwood . . . . . .

’98 ’69 ’04 ’51

KANSAS CITY Larry Langford . . . . . . . . . . . ’69 James Wilcher . . . . . . . . . . . ’88 KANSAS STATE LM Matt Killingsworth . . . . ’02 LM Tony McClain . . . . . . . . ’00 L AARON OTTO . . . . . . . ’98 KENT STATE LM Steve Bossart. . . . . . . . L•• Justin Donnelly . . . . . . Anthony Emery . . . . . . LM Christopher Griffith . . . LM Patrick Rabideau . . . . . LM Darren Talbert . . . . . . . LM Richard Wilson . . . . . .

’90 ’02 ’95 ’91 ’01 ’91 ’04

KETTERING-B LM Keiran Butterfield . . . . . ’00

GEORGIA T. Ryan Piper . . . . . . . . ’00

LEHIGH Michael Henry Gage. . . ’70 •• William Glaser

GEORGIA TECH LM Steve Shockley . . . . . . ’92 L•• Andrew Smith . . . . . . . ’94 LM Ty Watson . . . . . . . . . . ’06

LIVINGSTON •• Rodney Harris . . . . . . . ’69 Andy Wilson . . . . . . . . ’71

GORHAM STATE •• Scott Goodwin . . . . . . . ’88 HAYWARD Sunjay Nair . . . . . . . . . ’92 HOBART • Stephen Johansen . . . . L DUANE MEYER . . . . . . LM Louis Van Gorder. . . . . Alvin Yamashiro. . . . . .

’64 ’58 ’06 ’66

HOUSTON LM Joe Winford Pyle . . . . . ’61 HUNTSVILLE LM Thomas Burleson. . . . . ’05 Howard Hall . . . . . . . . . ’78 LM Chris Kilroy . . . . . . . . . ’99 IDAHO Michael Mangini . . . . . ’99 ILLINOIS L• Jim Hodgson . . . . . . . . William Koves . . . . . . . Chris Leibman . . . . . . . L•• Jeff Long . . . . . . . . . . . Bill Lymangood III . . . . •• Raymond Mathews . . . Paul Smith . . . . . . . . . .

’71 ’66 ’96 ’74 ’00 ’76 ’40

ILLINOIS STATE • Joseph Davignon . . . . . ’00 L John Dorner. . . . . . . . . ’91 INDIANA James Banks . . . . . . . . Brandon Hayden . . . . . Connor Salm . . . . . . . . Chris Staton. . . . . . . . .

’01 ’97 ’48 ’01

IOWA L•• Doug Galbreth . . . . . . . Robert Galloway . . . . . • Hugh Hale . . . . . . . . . . Tom Halupnik. . . . . . . . •• Michael Hooton . . . . . .

’04 ’41 ’60 ’70 ’72

IOWA STATE • Patrick Benoit . . . . . . . • Nathan Bibus . . . . . . . . George Hooper . . . . . . B. G. Adam Koltz . . . . . •• Wallace Wicks . . . . . . .

’96 ’97 ’85 ’65 ’49

JAMES MADISON LM David Williams. . . . . . . ’06

MISSISSIPPI STATE • Phillip Carroll . . . . . . . . ’00 • Tommy Overcash. . . . . ’78 MISSOURI •• Joe Bevirt. . . . . . . . . . . •• David Foster. . . . . . . . . L# Ray Galbreth . . . . . . . . George Gladney . . . . . .

’53 ’99 ’69 ’68

MONTEVALLO Steven Legg. . . . . . . . . ’75 Dwayne Newsome . . . . ’99 NEW HAVEN LM Phillip Hayden . . . . . . . LM Robert Morey. . . . . . . . LM Jason Pepe . . . . . . . . . • Peter Redding . . . . . . .

’89 ’00 ’99 ’97

NEW MEXICO STATE LM William Kennedy . . . . . ’03 LM Jonathan Nichols . . . . . ’05 LM Jason Sisk . . . . . . . . . . ’03 NORTH CAROLINA STATE L Samuel Shapiro •• Bryan Stelmok . . . . . . . ’02 NORTHERN ARIZONA Thomas Dingell . . . . . . ’93 • Paul Nunez. . . . . . . . . . ’97 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Matthew Koppinger . . . ’99

LONG BEACH •• JimMcGregor. . . . . . . . ’75 Ken Shepard . . . . . . . . ’77 L@ MIKE WOOLBRIGHT . . ’86

NORTHWEST MISSOURI L David Conklin. . . . . . . . ’88 L Fr Anthony Vinson . . . . ’98 • Scott Wolf . . . . . . . . . . ’01

LOS ANGELES William Roberts . . . . . . ’68

NORTHWESTERN L MARK SCHRAMKA

LOUISIANA TECH LM Samuel Guy . . . . . . . . . ’06 LM Stuart Snook . . . . . . . . ’93 L# John Ziegler, Jr. . . . . . . ’01

OHIO STATE L•• Paul Bohlman . . . . . . . Ryan Frazee . . . . . . . . . Coleman Menyhert. . . . James Louis Orr . . . . . • Ralph Smith. . . . . . . . . LM Richard Smurawski . . .

MARQUETTE Thomas Farrelly . . . . . . • Kevin LoCicero. . . . . . . • Robert Novelli . . . . . . . L• Michael Spica . . . . . . .

’87 ’90 ’95 ’00

MARYLAND Sorin Holland IV . . . . . ’00 MASSACHUSETTS •• Alex Chan. . . . . . . . . . . Thomas Simpson. . . . . • Richard Trombetta . . . . L# Miles Washburn. . . . . .

’92 ’68 ’90 ’87

MIAMI Vernon Beyer . . . . . . . . Edward Bone . . . . . . . . LM Martin Kaufman . . . . . . • Jeffrey Kirby . . . . . . . . John Marstrell . . . . . . . •• James McNamee . . . . . • Anthony Spena . . . . . .

’59 ’72 ’92 ’89 ’42 ’62 ’68

MICHIGAN • Joe Burak. . . . . . . . . . . • David Falconer . . . . . . . LM Joseph Fazi . . . . . . . . . William Gorton. . . . . . . • John Holmes . . . . . . . . L• Kenneth Moll . . . . . . . . • Barry Wood . . . . . . . . .

’98 ’62 ’06 ’99 ’65 ’98 ’61

MICHIGAN STATE LM Ken Aschom . . . . . . . . • Stephen Cagle . . . . . . . •• Charles Champ . . . . . . LM Chuck Goudie . . . . . . . LM John Larson. . . . . . . . . •• Steve Rupe . . . . . . . . . • Mike Suthers . . . . . . . .

’76 ’82 ’54 ’77 ’55 ’76 ’70

MINNESOTA Clark Cummins . . . . . . ’56 Douglas Gillespie . . . . . ’63

’70 ’03 ’49 ’49 ’66 ’99

OKLAHOMA David Dobie . . . . . . . . . ’41 OKLAHOMA STATE Michael Johnston . . . . ’78 •• Bill Lewis . . . . . . . . . . . ’84 Fredrick Lindeman . . . . ’00 OREGON STATE LM Richard Hover . . . . . . . ’68 Warren Johnson . . . . . ’49 LM•• Kurt Lutterman . . . . . . ’83 OSGOODE HALL • Robert Hart . . . . . . . . . ’63 OSKHOSH LM Richard Howarth . . . . . ’92 L MIKE MORIARTY. . . . . ’71 PENN STATE Tim Arcaro. . . . . . . . . . John Johnson . . . . . . . •• Mark McCullough . . . . LM• Andrew Nachamie . . . . • Christopher Nardo . . . . •• Charles Teyssier. . . . . . •• George Vernau. . . . . . .

’86 ’61 ’80 ’84 ’89 ’55 ’67

PURDUE Mark Alteri . . . . . . . . . . LM James Anthony . . . . . . George Gause . . . . . . . • Jeffrey Shirrell . . . . . . . LM Nicholas Smith . . . . . .

’05 ’06 ’90 ’01 ’06

RADFORD Michael Frost . . . . . . . . ’95

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE LM Matthew Mack . . . . . . . ’06 SOUTH FLORIDA LM David Scarborough . . . ’06 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LM John Schulte . . . . . . . . ’80 • Bob Topolski . . . . . . . . ’79 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LM Adam Gray. . . . . . . . . . LM Noah Miller . . . . . . . . . LM Jonathan Perkins . . . . . LM•• John Samore . . . . . . . . LM Corey Shigematsu . . . . •• Paul Taubman . . . . . . . •• Jonathan Warr . . . . . . .

’06 ’06 ’06 ’94 ’97 ’95 ’00

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS L# Brad Cole . . . . . . . . . . . ’93 Jeffrey Meredith. . . . . . ’96 •• Gordon Rains. . . . . . . . ’70 STANFORD L Harold Hughes. . . . . . . ’69 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN LM Robert Farrar, Jr. . . . . . ’06 •• J. Michael Snowden. . . ’99 SYRACUSE • James Crawford. . . . . . ’69 LM Chad Davis. . . . . . . . . . ’05 Adlai Hurt. . . . . . . . . . . ’04 TEXAS L•• Robert Anderson . . . . . ’68 Charles Pearre . . . . . . . ’66 TEXAS A&M •• Jay Garner . . . . . . . . . . ’95 TRI-STATE L Richard Kruger . . . Faculty Donald Stripling. . . . . . ’70 L TRENT UNTERBRINK . ’98 LM David Wertz . . . . . . . . . ’03 TROY STATE Dale Lunn . . . . . . . . . . ’89 TRUMAN STATE LM Alexander Horowitz . . . ’06 UCLA • Francis Barker . . . . . . . ’40 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH LM Robert Bayers . . . . . . . ’91 VIRGINIA TECH •• Robert Jones . . . . . . . . ’92 WASHINGTON • William Bonds . . . . . . . LM George Cassill . . . . . . . LM Gary Fox . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Savage . . . . . . . . . WESTERN MICHIGAN LM Gregory Busch. . . . . . . L• Jim English . . . . . . . . . • William English • John Sampanes . . . . . . L STEVEN SPARLING . . . John Swander, Sr . . . . •• Jack Wismer . . . . . . . .

’66 ’57 ’06 ’80

’91 ’89 ’64 ’88 ’62 ’68

WESTERN ONTARIO L Elliott Chun . . . . . . . . . ’03

ROLLINS L Joseph Friedman . . . . . ’49

WINDSOR • John Rozich. . . . . . . . . ’88

SMU L•• Tom Chisholm . . . . . . . ’47

WISCONSIN LM Paul Hoeffer. . . . . . . . . ’90


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989 1274 154 269 468 1868 594 1116 237 212 120 255 415 324 352 823 679 380 57 402 65 849 1638 433 1311 216 189 586 185 308 262 724 540 296 285 392 600 308 786 322 1408 1910 560 1507 608 151 449 1617 580 242 87 101 591 392 482 588 309 151 345 324 1490 1860 1047 621 590 464 249

17 11 5 10 0 36 24 14 5 9 13 16 19 2 38 12 28 20 32 35 7 19 33 20 23 22 8 9 12 17 10 0 9 1 22 23 15 1 18 5 20 32 19 11 9 19 11 23 10 13 5 0 59 17 0 20 24 4 4 24 29 30 10 13 24 19 20

12 15 14 6 4 ** 29 18 13 10 24 7 20 3 11 11 0 22 18 22 12 44 ** 15 0 16 11 10 15 18 4 20 1 5 18 34 2 11 20 14 31 33 21 9 11 13 0 28 14 15 5 6 ** 0 7 9 16 5 8 23 17 19 10 4 0 13 9

2005-06 % of Average Bills Membership* Paid† 38 27 20 35 25 61 50 28 8 21 26 22 67 7 31 42 51 59 33 40 20 29 33 44 29 37 31 25 25 35 10 32 15 21 32 73 18 18 25 29 43 66 36 29 29 29 18 79 43 27 19 14 28 31 11 44 47 9 28 38 66 98 25 26 30 19 25

101 100 100 118 100 168 101 108 103 100 101 100 101 97 116 100 97 100 100 98 100 101 100 102 101 102 100 100 96 100 103 82 100 104 100 101 116 78 100 100 100 100 100 100 132 103 44 101 100 100 99 97 100 100 152 102 100 100 79 100 100 99 103 102 101 100 100

CHAPTERS

Montevallo New Haven New Mexico State Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northwest Missouri Northwestern Oregon State Oshkosh Penn State Pittsburgh Purdue Radford Reno Rhode Island Rowan Rutgers South Dakota State South Florida Southeast Missouri Southern California Southern Illinois Stephen F. Austin Syracuse Tarleton Texas Texas A&M Texas State Texas Tech Tri-State Troy State Truman State UNLV Valdosta Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech Washington Washington State West Georgia West Virginia Tech Western Michigan William & Mary Windsor

COLONIES

Binghamton Cortland Davis East Stroudsburg Eastern Washington Florida Hofstra Iowa State Kentucky Marshall Michigan Ohio State Oklahoma Washburn Western Carolina Wilmington

Founded

Total Initiates Enrolled

2005-06 Initiates Enrolled

2004-05 Initiates Enrolled

1972 1981 1994 1959 1984 1971 1893 2003 1969 1929 1976 1927 1994 1992 2003 1992 1999 2002 2000 1977 1910 2003 1999 2001 1988 1907 1988 1991 1983 1969 1966 1978 1996 1968 1991 1992 1908 1943 2002 1983 1955 2002 1971

505 306 165 666 424 1083 301 921 531 1653 121 1512 187 178 84 186 159 87 175 526 1285 1018 119 325 301 885 349 229 484 390 767 547 263 737 244 451 1953 614 81 319 1020 38 373

0 9 3 16 12 11 3 30 0 36 23 28 9 12 9 0 18 16 14 11 26 39 8 14 2 24 16 5 60 6 10 17 24 28 8 19 36 19 13 6 4 3 1

14 11 18 27 18 8 16 16 10 4 22 25 19 0 27 19 19 10 20 22 19 22 7 9 14 11 14 6 3 6 9 36 26 0 21 30 0 20 9 9 27 5 4

Founded

Total Initiates Enrolled

2004-05 Initiates Enrolled

2003-04 Initiates Enrolled

2004 2005 1993 2006 2006 2006 2004 2005 1913 2004 1892 2004 1927 2005 2005 2006

63 42 158 19 195 1704 29 1059 463 37 1057 1377 748 22 177 14

28 21 33 0 0 0 13 12 31 37 18 19 30 0 0 0

18 21 9 ** ** ** 15 11 22 32 14 9 18 ** ** **

2005-06 % of Average Bills Membership* Paid† 35 17 24 22 31 36 44 30 13 74 34 109 29 10 43 24 33 29 41 23 62 18 19 22 18 32 40 8 39 21 22 36 30 31 34 75 39 55 36 7 30 11 17

100 100 79 137 98 100 100 102 100 114 100 56 108 120 88 111 109 100 99 117 101 100 100 100 95 105 100 107 100 100 103 93 103 141 115 88 107 105 99 53 93 100 113

2004-05 % of Average Bills Membership* Paid† 40 30 21 19 12 26 18 NR 21 23 23 8 19 16 26 12

94 104 163 100 100 133 100 ** 100 93 100 104 99 100 100 100

*Does not include associate members. †Groups with over 100% reduced a debt from prior years.

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2005-2006 AWARD WINNERS The Delta Chi Awards Program is designed to recognize and promote those areas that are critical to the success of the chapter. The “E” Key, the Fraternity’s oldest award, and the Marge Lee Outstanding “C” Award recognize the performance of two vital chapter officers. For the other awards, the Fraternity is divided into two divisions: Red and Buff. The Red Division contains those chapters with 15 or more fraternities on their campuses or whose Greek systems have over 30 percent of the undergraduate student body. The remaining chapters make up the Buff Division. In recognition of the chapter’s performance on campus and within the community, the Outstanding Campus Leadership, Outstanding Community Service Program, Outstanding Intramural Program, Outstanding Membership Recruitment Program, Outstanding Scholarship Program, Outstanding Financial Management, Outstanding Website, and Outstanding Ritual and Ceremonies Awards were presented. In addition, alumni chapters were recognized for outstanding performance in the following areas: Outstanding Communication Program, Outstanding Recruitment and Retention, and Outstanding Website. These awards address the important alumni programming areas of a chapter: the Outstanding Alumni Board of Trustees, Outstanding Alumni Newsletter, Outstanding “BB” Awards, Outstanding House Corporation, and Outstanding Faculty Advisor. Chapters that have shown a marked improvement in their overall operations are given the Certificate of Achievement. The “AA” selects the winner of the Most Improved Chapter from the recipients of this award. The winners of the Award of Excellence show strength across the board. In most cases they are winners of several awards. When they are not, they show above average performance in all areas with no area of weakness. From the recipients of the Award of Excellence, the “AA” selects the President’s Cup winners. There is a maximum of three Cups in each Division.

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PRESIDENT’S CUP Red Division Georgia Tech Kansas Miami

Outstanding Campus Leadership (Continued)

Buff Division Louisiana Tech

AWARD OF EXCELLENCE Red Division Cal Poly Georgia Tech Idaho Kansas Miami Missouri State Northwestern Pittsburgh

Buff Division Duquesne Louisiana Tech Tri-State

Abracadabra Alberta DePauw Georgia Tech Hobart Idaho Maryland Miami

Red Division Arizona

CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT Buff Division Bryant Embry-Riddle Hobart Northeast Missouri Northwest Missouri

OUTSTANDING ABT Alberta Duquesne East Carolina Embry-Riddle Fredonia Georgia Tech Hobart Hofstra Colony Huntsville Idaho Kansas Kansas State Kettering-A

Louisiana Tech LSU Miami New Haven Northwest Missouri Northwestern Ohio State Colony Oregon State Pittsburgh South Florida Southern California Tri-State Western Carolina Col.

OUTSTANDING HOUSE CORPORATION Abracadabra Alabama Arizona Cal Poly Colorado State Georgia Tech Huntsville Kansas Kansas State Louisiana Tech

Miami Northwest Missouri Northwestern Ohio State Colony Oregon State Pittsburgh South Florida Southern California Texas Tech Tri-State

OUTSTANDING ALUMNI NEWSLETTER Alabama Bryant Cal Poly CALUPA DePauw Embry-Riddle Georgia Tech Hofstra Colony Illinois State

Kansas Kansas State Louisiana Tech Maryland Miami Northwestern Ohio State Colony Tri-State Western Carolina Col.

OUTSTANDING CAMPUS LEADERSHIP Abracadabra Alberta Bryant Cal Poly

Northeast Missouri Northwest Missouri Northwestern Oregon State Pittsburgh South Dakota State Syracuse Tri-State Western Michigan

OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP

MOST IMPROVED CUP

Red Division Arizona Clemson East Carolina Oregon State Southern California South Florida

Hobart Idaho James Madison Kansas Kansas State Louisiana Tech LSU Maryland Miami Missouri State

Clemson DePauw Duquesne Georgia Tech

Northwestern Ohio State Colony Pittsburgh South Florida Texas Tech Tri-State Western Carolina Col.

OUTSTANDING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Bryant Cal Poly CALUPA Clemson Colorado State Duquesne Embry-Riddle

Georgia Tech Idaho Kansas Miami Northwest Missouri Tri-State

OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM Alberta Cal Poly Colorado State Fredonia Georgia Tech Hobart Huntsville Idaho Kansas Kansas State Louisiana Tech

Miami New Haven Northwestern Pittsburgh South Florida Syracuse Texas Tech Tri-State UNLV Western Michigan

OUTSTANDING INTRAMURAL PROGRAM Arizona Arizona State Cal Poly Clemson Cortland Duquesne East Carolina Fredonia Georgia Tech Hobart Idaho Kansas Kansas State

Louisiana Tech Miami Montevallo Northwest Missouri Northwestern Oregon State South Florida Southern California Syracuse Texas A&M Texas Tech Washington Western Michigan

OUTSTANDING RECRUITMENT PROGRAM Abracadabra Arizona Bryant Cortland Colony Fredonia Georgia Tech Hobart Kansas

Louisiana Tech Miami Missouri State Northeast Missouri Pittsburgh Texas Tech UNLV

OUTSTANDING WEBSITE AWARDS Alabama Bryant Cal Poly

Colorado State Denison DePauw


2005-2006 AWARD WINNERS Outstanding Website Award (Continued)

East Carolina Embry-Riddle Georgia Tech Illinois State James Madison Kansas State Kettering-A Louisiana Tech LSU Miami

Northeast Missouri Northwest Missouri Oklahoma Colony Ohio State Colony Oregon State South Florida Texas A&M Texas Tech Tri-State

OUTSTANDING RITUAL & CEREMONIES AWARDS Duquesne Embry-Riddle Georgia Tech Huntsville Kansas State Louisiana Tech Missouri State

Northeast Missouri Ohio State Colony Pittsburgh South Florida Syracuse Tri-State

ALUMNI CHAPTER PROGRAMMING AWARDS Outstanding Communication Program Cape Fear Alumni Chapter Outstanding Recruitment & Retention Cape Fear Alumni Chapter Outstanding Website Cape Fear Alumni Chapter

MARGE LEE OUTSTANDING “C” AWARD Tanner T. Bennett, Cal Poly Kevin J. Ryan, Clemson Matthew Muzza, Cortland Colony Brandon D. Luders, Georgia Tech Charles A. Acker, Huntsville Justin H. Anthony, Huntsville Thomas J. Krug, Illinois State Larry A. Sanders, James Madison Mark Swanson, Miami Brendan W. O’Donovan, New Haven Neal A. Pittman, Northwest Missouri Nicholas D. Blatt, Texas Tech Bernard A. Marucci, Tri-State

“E” KEY AWARD Matt Ward, Cal Poly Ilan Breit, Maryland Christopher Rowell, Embry-Riddle Timothy Buse, Miami Geoff Herzog, Idaho Jason Shampo, Tri-State

OUTSTANDING “BB” AWARD Monte Johnson, Denison Miles Washburn, East Carolina Patrick Phelan, Embry-Riddle Christopher Kilroy, Huntsville Kevin Pitchford, James Madison Aaron Otto, Kansas State Charles Cheatham, Louisiana Tech Mark Schramka, Northwestern Hamilton Henderson, Northwest Missouri Paul Bohlman, Ohio State Colony Patrick Weber, Oklahoma Colony John Holke, Southern California John White, Texas Tech

2005 OUTSTANDING GREEK PROFESSIONAL AWARD Dr. Roy Baker, Associate Dean of Students at Syracuse University

REGIONAL D.E.L.T.A. C.H.I. AWARDS Region Region Region Region Region Region Region Region Region

I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX

Man Hours Idaho Cal Poly Louisiana Tech Northwest Missouri Tri-State Bowling Green Syracuse GA Tech Penn State

Dollars Raised Washington UNLV Louisiana Tech Kansas State Purdue Ohio State Colony Syracuse GA Tech Penn State

Points Oregon State Northern Arizona Louisiana Tech Missouri State Tri-State Bowling Green Bryant GA Tech Pittsburgh

2006 OUTSTANDING GREEK PROFESSIONAL AWARD

Michael K. Dichiser, Kansas State ’95 for service to the Kansas State Chapter

Kurt Foriska, Senior Coordinator of Greek Life at The Ohio State University

Scott A. Porter, Southern California ’94 for service to the Southern Cal Chapter

OUTSTANDING FACULTY ADVISOR AWARD

Todd A. LaBelle, Southern California ’91 for service to the Southern Cal Chapter

Sandra Wood, Alabama Russ Andaloro, Arizona Ron Surmacz, Duquesne Troy Skinner, Huntsville Suzette Zompetti, Illinois State Tami Breymeyer, Kansas State Douglas Amyx, Louisiana Tech O.J. Carson, Montevallo Mark Lowry, Northeast Missouri Tim Corcoran, Pittsburgh Zeno Wicks III, South Dakota State John White, Texas Tech Rich Kruger, Tri-State

HUMANITARIAN AWARD Brian G. Baskerville, South Dakota State ’06 for displaying the true spirit of Brotherhood of Delta Chi to both members of the South Dakota State Chapter and his fellow man through service to many community organizations Brent R. Gilbert, East Carolina ’07 for his tireless support of special needs and disabled youth in the greater Pitt County, North Carolina area Peter R. Redding, New Haven ’97 for his daily courage and self-sacrifice in his service to the West Haven, Connecticut area as a firefighter and EMT

VALOR AWARD Michael Blake, Cortland ’09 for service in the United States Army Brad Colburn, Livingston ’06 for saving the life of a friend from drowning Jason Pietsch, Fredonia ’08 for services in the US Armed Services Timothy A. Beabout, West Georgia ’09 for outstanding services in the United States Armed Forces

THE MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARD Barry E. Aronson, Northwestern Alumnus for service to the Northwestern Chapter James Brenner, Kansas ’67 for service to the Northwestern Chapter Mark B. Fingerhut, Southern California ’98 for service to the Northwestern Chapter Benjamin C. Isaacson, Northwestern ’00 for service to the Northwestern Chapter E. Duane Meyer, Hobart ’58 for service to Region VII and the Hobart Chapter

Matthew S. Mason, Georgia Tech ’01 for service to the Georgia Tech Chapter Aaron A. Otto, Kansas State ’98 for his service as Delta Chi’s Ritualist Timothy G. McGinnis, Northwest Missouri ’78 for service to the Northwest Missouri Chapter Oscar J. Carson, Montevallo Faculty for service to the Montevallo Chapter Jonathan E. Hassler, East Carolina ’02 for service to the East Carolina Chapter Trent J. Unterbrink, Tri-State ’98 for service to Region VI and the Tri-State Chapter Richard R. Kruger, Tri-State Faculty for service to the Tri-State Chapter Arthur K. Taylor, Jr., Western Michigan ’02 for service to the Western Michigan Chapter Richard C. Lucas, Kansas ’69 for service to the Kansas Chapter J. Reed Davis, Appalachian State ’02 for service as the Director of Expansion and Colony Operations S. Matthew Killingsworth, Kansas State ’02, for service as the Director of Chapter Services, and tireless effort to produce the first annual “A”s’ Academy and the International Convention

DISTINGUISHED DELTA CHI AWARD Wesley A. Hendricks, East Carolina ’02 in appreciation of his research with the Lance Armstrong Foundation at Duke University on adult stem cells, which is advancing medical technology without the social concerns that hamper embryonic stem cell research. Wallace J. Nichols, DePauw ’89 in recognition of Dr. Nichols’ accomplishments as a wildlife biologist and conservationist, especially as President of the International Sea Turtle Society and founder of Ocean Revolution, where “J” encourages young people to help protect our oceans. Michael J. “Anthony” Vinson, NWMO ’98 for recognizing Father Anthony’s positive influence on the Brotherhood of Delta Chi and the Brotherhood of St. Meinrad’s Archabbey. Brother Vinson’s wisdom, support, and devotion have been invaluable to the Fraternity and in his role as Vocational Director at the School of Theology.

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RISK MANAGEMENT POLICY

FIPG, INC.* Risk Management Policy Revised 7/06 The Risk Management Policy of FIPG, Inc. includes the provisions which follow and shall apply to all fraternity entities and all levels of fraternity membership. ALCOHOL AND DRUGS 1. The possession, sale, use or consumption of ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, while on chapter premises, during a fraternity event, or in any situation sponsored or endorsed by the chapter, or at any event an observer would associate with the fraternity, must be in compliance with any and all applicable laws of the state, province, county, city and institution of higher education, and must comply with either the BYOB or Third Party Vendor Guidelines. 2. No alcoholic beverages may be purchased through or with chapter funds nor may the purchase of same for members or guests be undertaken or coordinated by any member in the name of, or on behalf of, the chapter. The purchase or use of a bulk quantity or common source(s) of alcoholic beverages, for example, kegs or cases, is prohibited. 3. OPEN PARTIES, meaning those with unrestricted access by non-members of the fraternity, without specific invitation, where alcohol is present, are prohibited. 4. No members, collectively or individually, shall purchase for, serve to, or sell alcoholic beverages to any minor (i.e., those under legal “drinking age”). 5. The possession, sale or use of any ILLEGAL DRUGS or CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES while on chapter premises or during a fraternity event or at any event that an observer would associate with the fraternity is strictly prohibited.

HAZING 6. No chapter may co-sponsor an event with an alcohol distributor, charitable organization or tavern (tavern defined as an establishment generating more than half of annual gross sales from alcohol) where alcohol is given away, sold or otherwise provided to those present. This includes any event held in, at or on property of a tavern as defined above for the purposes of fundraising. A chapter may rent or use a room or area in a tavern as defined above for an event held within the provisions of this policy, including the use of a third party vendor and guest list. 7. No chapter may co-sponsor or co-finance or attend or participate in a function where alcohol is purchased by any of the host chapters, groups or organizations. 8. All recruitment or rush activities associated with any chapter will be non-alcoholic. No recruitment or rush activities associated with any chapter may be held at or in conjunction with an alcohol distributor or tavern as defined in this policy. 9. No member or pledge/associate/new member/ novice, shall permit, tolerate, encourage, or participate in “drinking games.” 10. No alcohol shall be present at any pledge/ associate/new member/novice program, activity or ritual of the chapter. This includes, but is not limited to activities associated with “bid night,” “big brother/big sister night” and initiation.

FIRE, HEALTH AND SAFETY

THIRD PARTY VENDOR CRITERIA

1. All chapter houses should meet all local fire and health codes and standards.

THE VENDOR MUST: 1. Be properly licensed by the appropriate local and state authority. This may involve both a liquor license and a temporary license to sell on the premises where the function is to be held.

2. All chapters should have posted by common phones and in other locations, emergency numbers for fire, police and ambulance and should have posted evacuation routes on the back of the door of each sleeping room. 3. All chapters should comply with engineering recommendations as reported by the insurance company or municipal authorities. 4. The possession and/or use of firearms or explosive devices of any kind within the confines and premises of the chapter house are expressly forbidden.

EDUCATION Each fraternity shall annually instruct its students and alumni/alumnae in the Risk Management Policy of FIPG, Inc. Additionally, all student and alumni members shall annually be sent a copy of said Risk Management Policy. A copy of said Risk Management Policy shall be available on the fraternity’s website.

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2. Be properly insured with a minimum of $1,000,000 of general liability insurance, evidenced by a properly completed certificate of insurance prepared by the insurance provided. The certificate of insurance must also show evidence that the vendor has, as a part of his/ her insurance coverage, “off premises liquor liability coverage and non-owned and hired auto coverage.” Named insureds included on the certificate of insurance must as a minimum include the local chapter hiring the vendor as well as the international fraternity that the local chapter is affiliated with.

No chapter, colony, student or alumnus shall conduct nor condone hazing activities. Hazing activities are defined as: “Any action taken or situation created, intentionally, whether on or off fraternity premises, to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, or ridicule. Such activities may include but are not limited to the following: use of alcohol; paddling in any form; creation of excessive fatigue; physical and psychological shocks; quests, treasure hunts, scavenger hunts, road trips or any other such activities carried on outside or inside of the confines of the chapter house; wearing of public apparel which is conspicuous and not normally in good taste; engaging in public stunts and buffoonery; morally degrading or humiliating games and activities; and any other activities which are not consistent with academic achievement, fraternal law, ritual or policy or the regulations and policies of the educational institution, or applicable state law.”

SEXUAL ABUSE AND HARASSMENT The fraternity will not tolerate or condone any form of sexist or sexually abusive behavior on the part of its members, whether physical, mental or emotional. This is to include any actions which are demeaning to women or men, such as verbal harassment. The fraternity will not tolerate sexual assault in any form.

a. Checking identification cards upon entry; b. Not serving minors; c. Not serving individuals that appear to be intoxicated; d. Maintaining absolute control of ALL alcoholic containers present; e. Collecting all remaining alcohol at the end of a function (no excess alcohol — opened or unopened — is to be given, sold or furnished to the chapter). Vendor MUST remove all alcohol from the premises.

POLICY GUIDELINES As adopted by FIPG, Inc. December, 1992 1. Closed parties (meaning those events with alcohol present) should have a guest list prepared at least 24 hours in advance. Attendance should be limited to two guests per member.

3. Agree in writing to cash sales only, collected by the vendor during the function.

2. “Non-alcoholic” keg beer is not permitted because it can contain up .05 percent alcohol. Therefore, serving it would be a violation of our policy.

4. Assume in writing all the responsibilities that any other purveyor of alcoholic beverages would assume in the normal course of business, including but not limited to:

* The membership of FIPG, Inc. now stands at 32 men’s groups and 17 women’s groups.


CHAPTER SITUATIONS A reporter once asked former Green Bay Packers Football coach, Vince Lombardi, if he thought his great teams of the 1960s could compete with today’s teams with complex offenses and defenses. He smugly replied that the team that best executed the fundamentals would win the game. There is very little doubt about which team he thought that would be. When the Fraternity was established 116 years ago, the Founders created a set of core values to guide future members in their absence. The Fraternity’s core values are to Delta Chi as run, block, and tackle are to football. Unfortunately, too many of the Fraternity’s current members believe that the core values are no longer relevant. Consequently, our undergraduate members face a bewildering array of charges that include hazing, alcohol and drug abuse, antiintellectualism, and sexist and racist behavior. Quite often our chapter officers have two choices when dealing with behavior issues. The first is to take the popular stance; to avoid confrontation and simply “go with the flow.” This is the politically sensitive position, to always follow the majority opinion regardless of the consequences and then to shrug and say, “Hey, the brothers voted—what could I do?” The second choice, sometimes far more difficult, is to remember the core values and to do the right thing. Sometimes this means making a decision that is unpopular. Sometimes this means making a decision that runs counter to the feelings of a majority of members. Sometimes this means making a decision that only a few support, or that a loud, vocal minority will decry as “dictatorial” and even “unbrotherly.” It isn’t easy and it isn’t always fun. Fortunately, doing the right thing doesn’t always mean acting in a way that runs counter to the majority. It doesn’t mean fights or arguments. Sometimes, it can be done in a quiet, calm manner and even one brother at a time. The important thing is to remember the core values and do the right thing, for regardless of cultural differences between 1890 and 2006, if Delta Chi members make decisions consistent with the Fraternity’s core values, the Fraternity will be successful. And it will be good for the members involved. Once it is known that chapter leadership will stand up against inappropriate behavior and not effectively condone it through inaction and

avoidance, the membership will quickly come to the realization that Delta Chi does stand for something of value. No longer will a small minority be able to hide their inappropriate behavior behind the false claim of “brotherhood.” Besides the guidelines set forth on the facing page (which are repeated in every fall/winter issue of the Quarterly; reviewed during chapter visits, at the Convention and at each Regional Leadership Conference; appear in the Cornerstone; and are sent to countless officers and advisors each year), the Fraternity provides “The Party Continues” (a booklet with over 100 social event ideas), “Building Better Brotherhood” (a booklet with 58 brotherhood events), a Pre-Initiation BRIEF (with 38 different activities from which to choose), and a New Member Education BRIEF (which outlines a model Associate Member Program). And yet, we still hear, “You only tell us what we can’t do and never tell us what we can do.” Despite Delta Chi’s continuing efforts to educate its membership on sound risk management practices that would help ensure the safety of our members and guests, we continue to have chapters and individual members take risks that put people and Delta Chi in jeopardy. It boils down to personal responsibility and a commitment to the fundamental values we are all sworn to uphold. What follows is a list of chapters that are on Corrective Action for violation of the Risk Management Policy as of November 15, 2006. That is not to say the chapters on the following list are “bad” chapters. Likewise, it is unrealistic to assume that chapters that are not on this list are complying with every policy. The bottom line of this issue is that members of the Fraternity are engaging in dangerous activities and taking unnecessary risks with their future and the future of Delta Chi because they believe this will help fill voids where their needs are not being met. Whatever the case, the solution remains the same. Each and every chapter needs the involvement of mature alumni who can help the Fraternity’s student members discover that there are alternatives that can meet both their long and short-term needs. Finally, each and every member of Delta Chi needs to periodically reflect on Delta Chi’s values as contained in our Preamble: Promote Friendship, Develop Character, Advance Justice, and Assist in the Acquisition of a Sound Education.

CORRECTIVE ACTION LEVELS Level 1 – Level 1 Corrective Action shall include, but is not limited to, ordering that the Chapter cease and desist from the conduct in the future and be in accordance with the requirements of Delta Chi Law and the Risk Management Policy of the Fraternity. The Chapter shall be required to submit to the Executive Director a written statement that all prohibited conduct has been stopped. The statement shall be signed by the “A”, “BB” and such other members of the Chapter, as specified in the report, that were involved with or had supervision over the conduct in the violation. Level 2 – Level 2 Corrective Action shall include, but is not limited to, all provisions of Level 1, plus the Chapter shall submit a written plan of procedures and/or activities that comply with the Fraternity’s Risk Management Policy covering the activities in the violation. The plan shall be updated at least twice per year for the period of corrective action. Level 3 – Level 3 Corrective Action shall include, but is not limited to, all provisions of Level 1 and 2, plus supervision of the activities of the Chapter that were involved in the violation by a person or persons acceptable to the Executive Director. Level 4 – Level 4 Corrective Action shall include, but is not limited to, all provisions of Levels 1, 2 and 3 plus the charter of the Chapter shall be suspended for the period of time of the corrective action. Chapters under Level 4 Corrective Action shall either be placed in conservatorship, as provided in Delta Chi Law, or shall operate under the direct supervision of the Executive Director. Level 5 – Level 5 Corrective Action shall require the suspension of the charter and the cessation of operation of the Chapter as it then exists. Reestablishment of the Chapter shall be subject to the terms and conditions of the Board of Regents after a minimum one-year period.

Chapters on Corrective Action for violation of the Risk Management Policy As of November 15, 2006

Chapter

American Coastal Carolina Fullerton Georgia Tech Illinois State Minnesota Penn State Purdue Rutgers Syracuse Texas Texas State Western Carolina

Violation

Hazing Alcohol/Hazing Alcohol Alcohol Alcohol/Hazing Alcohol Alcohol Alcohol/Hazing Alcohol Alcohol Alcohol/Hazing Alcohol Alcohol

Level II II II I II II II III II III II II II

*Currently six (6) chapters/colonies are awaiting adjudication due to alleged violations of the Fraternity’s Risk Management Policy.

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SUMMER LEADERSHIP COLLEGE

MAKE PLANS NOW TO ATTEND THE...

2007 Delta Chi Leadership College July 22-24 • Iowa City, Iowa

The three-day program includes a variety of personal leadership and educational programs, brotherhood activities and a tour of the Delta Chi International Headquarters, including letters from our Founding Fathers, an original transcription of the Ritual, hundreds of original charter petitions, and much more.

2005 DCLC attendees and facilitators enjoy an afternoon BBQ and tour of the Headquarters Office at 314 Church Street in Iowa City.

The Leadership College provides an opportunity for personal development for student leaders (freshmen through executive officers) and alumni members through the values of Delta Chi and an opportunity to share experiences with brothers from across North America, while learning more about yourself, your brothers and your Fraternity. Your chapter or colony will truly benefit from your members’ attendance. So plan to attend and invite your brothers, young and old!

For the 2007 DCLC, the brand new Marriott Hotel will be home for the attendees and the College program. A truly stunning property!

Congratulations to the 2006 Borelli Family Leadership Award Winners This award was established by Raymond Borelli. Illinois ’58, “AA” Emeritus, and Mark R. Borelli, Illinois ’81, to honor the memory of: Pamela Anne Borelli (beloved daughter and sister) and Mrs. Patricia Ann Borelli (beloved wife and mother)

The requirements for the Borelli Family Leadership award are: • Academic Achievement

• Chapter Leadership

• Campus Involvement

It is our pleasure to recognize these outstanding Brothers

DAVID TERJAK Gannon

ANDREW MAY Duquesne

JUSTIN LORD Jacksonville State With Distinction

BRIAN CHAMBLISS Northern Colorado

JOSE QUIRARTE Missouri State

We may all take pride in the five winners of this prestigious honor, as these are truly outstanding chapter and campus leaders. Join us in wishing continued success to these young brothers. 16 Delta Chi | Quarterly | Fall/Winter 2006


DELTA CHI LOYALTY FUND

Delta Chi Loyalty Fund “Brothers Helping Brothers”

The Loyalty Fund is an important opportunity for our brothers to help ensure that Delta Chi not only remains competitive but a leader in the fraternity world. Your continued support, besides ensuring that you continue to receive your personal copy of the Quarterly, will help provide for: • • • • • • • •

“A”s’ Academy Leadership College Recruitment assistance Life Loyal Lapel Pin Returning to campuses with closed chapters Expansion onto new campuses that share our values Updating and expanding our website Providing on-line resources for our student members Ensuring that we continue to publish the Delta Chi Quarterly

We especially thank those of you who are already Life Loyal members and sincerely hope that you will continue to support your Fraternity’s efforts! To help, please mail your contribution to The Delta Chi Fraternity or visit us at:

www.deltachi.org/lifeloyal Gifts to Delta Chi Fraternity are not tax deductible

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Preamble Society Life Loyal Member* 1890 Society

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CAMPUS IN KEEPING SCENE TOUCH ALABAMA

FERRIS STATE

MISSOURI STATE

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Born to Brother and Mrs. Bill Gullett ’82, a daughter, Sarah Katherine, on October 3, 2006.

Born to Brother and Mrs. Jeremy Halligan ’01, a daughter, Marie Kathleen, on September 19, 2006.

Bill Brabazon ’80, has taken a position as the Deputy Defense Attaché in Kabul, Afghanistan.

CAL POLY

FREDONIA

Steve Urrutia ’94, married Andrea Kirazian on August 20, 2006. James R. Cahall ’05, married Katrina N. Schiller on May 20, 2006. Eric Booen ’05, married Elizabeth Mejia on August 19, 2006. James Albertoni ’04, married Kristen Younger on July 2, 2006.

Born to Brother and Mrs. Robert Rogers II ’91, a daughter, Addison Caroline, on October 17, 2006.

Vincent Mancusi ’04, married Sarah Orr on May 5, 2006. Jeremy Galloway ’05, married Stacey Melton on June 17, 2006. Scott Fischer ’06, married Susan Baumgarten on September 30, 2006. Paul Graham ’06, married Julie Hoover on September 30, 2006.

GEORGIA TECH

NORTHERN COLORADO

Born to Brother and Mrs. Craig LaCava ’95, a son, Connor Joseph, on July 28, 2006.

Born to Brother and Mrs. Nikkel Nieto ’99, a daughter, Ashley Dian, on September 12, 2006.

CLEMSON

IOWA

NORTHERN IOWA

Born to Brother and Mrs. Christopher Diak ’94, a daughter, Morgan Marie, on June 20, 2006.

Mark A. Law ’97, married Allison K. Gevock on August 8, 2005.

Born to Brother and Mrs. Daniel Kruse ’90, a daughter, Delaney Lynn.

CONNECTICUT

Paul F. Bazan ’90, married Karyn S. Linn on May 7, 2005.

Dale Willey ’63, elected as chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association, the nationwide trade group that represents 21,000 dealers with nearly 43,000 franchises, accounting for $699 billion in sales last year.

EMBRY-RIDDLE

LOUISIANA TECH

Born to Brother and Mrs. Delphin Gantt ’94, a son, Broxton David, on July 12, 2006.

Born to Brother and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Thompson ’94, a daughter, Alexis Elaine, on May 22, 2006.

KANSAS

Born to Brother and Mrs. Kevin Coyne ’86, a daughter, Molly McDonald.

CREIGHTON

NEW MEXICO STATE Born to Brother and Mrs. Greg Sand ’98, a son, Harrison Mark, on September 23, 2005.

NORTHWEST MISSOURI Born to Brother and Mrs. Michael L. Tipton ’03, a daughter, Madalyn Elizabeth, on October 10, 2006.

OHIO STATE Ryan Frazee ’03 married Emily K. Hicks on October 7, 2006.

Born to Brother and Mrs. Paul R. Powell ’00, a son, Zachary Raymond, on October 14, 2006. Born to Brother and Mrs. Craig Wallace ’95, a son, Caiden Joseph, on October 4, 2006.

SYRACUSE James Latter ’04, married Amanda Carrk, on August 12, 2006.

TROY STATE Jason Adams ’02, is currently a Captain in the USAF as an ICBM Combat Crew Flight Commander. Brother Adams will report to Baghdad, Iraq in December 2006.

WESTERN CAROLINA Kevin Williams ’93, married Allie Brauer on March 11, 2006.

WISCONSIN Born to Brother and Mrs. Alan Udell ’91, a daughter, Alexis Grace.

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FAREWELL & PARTING

These men have lived amongst us for a time, and we have been honored to call them Brothers. Now they are gone and we bid them a fond farewell at this parting.

ALABAMA Robert W. Johnson ‘50

GANNON Mark B. Hannum ’85, August 1, 2006

LONG BEACH Thomas J. Reince ’70, May 12, 2006

ARIZONA William H. Smith ’35, May 4, 2006

IDAHO Wallace R. Pohlod ’51, March 21, 2006 Charles W. Troutner ’58, August 12, 2006

MIAMI Anthony Chiodi ‘50 Thomas J. Touris ’52, August 9, 2006

INDIANA James Wm. Trimble ’42, May 23, 2006

MICHIGAN STATE William I. Crissman ’39, September 20, 2006

IOWA Edward W. Jaeggi ’49, January 26, 2006 Edwin O. Hunting ’53, October 1, 2006

MINNESOTA Charles R. Hemmingson ’47, July 31, 2005

AUBURN Charles Edw. Cardin ’54, March 4, 2006 John L. Minor ’58, May 4, 2006 Robert C. Gillis ’83, September 6, 2006 BEHREND Richard D. Rice ’92, August 23, 2006 CONNECTICUT Cornelius A. Krapels ’58, June 13, 2006 CORNELL Herbert K. Shay ’29, April 22, 2005 Harold F. DeWitt ’37, August 3, 2006 John A. Horan ’39, July 29, 2006 DEPAUW Dr. John L. Cowan Alumnus, Sept. 22, 2006 FLORIDA Gilbert J. Schenkel ’45, April 12, 2006 FLORIDA STATE Steven M. Bloom ’84, October 2, 2006

IOWA STATE Arloe W. Paul ’33, December 14, 2005 Noel F. Campbell ’34 Gerald Fiedler ‘48 Richard A. Nelson ‘59 Roger Lee Larson ’65, May 4, 2006 Robert D. Scholl ’65 KANSAS Robert W. Clausing ’39, August 14, 2006 Thomas L. Rich ’63, July 5, 2005 LIVINGSTON William S. Cox ‘69 Paul M. Byrne ’75, January 19, 2006 Erol M. Wallace ‘79

18 Delta Chi | Quarterly | Fall/Winter 2006

2006. Brother Miller died at the age of 100. He was a charter member of the SMU Chapter and was captain of the SMU Football team. He served three terms on the Dallas City Council and supervised the renovation of Dallas Love Field, a project that included building the airport’s current terminal. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA David Kent Lyman ’50, August 4, 2006 Stephen D. Slaght ‘ 79, February 25, 2006

OREGON STATE Norolf Lamvik ’49, March 29, 2006

STANFORD Vaughn K. Goodwin ’39, April 3, 2006 Donald H. Orcutt, Jr. ’40, September 5, 2005 Thomas Kirwan ’50, February 15, 2006 David W. Barnett ’51 Charles W. O’Connell ’51, November 23, 2005 Richard I. Gillespie ’57, July 14, 2006 Eilif Kuhnle ’58, March 26, 2006

PENN STATE Francis L. Plumly ’46, August 12, 2006

UCLA Edgar S. Bagley ’35, October 3, 2005

SACRAMENTO Peter A. Fromm ’69, August 16, 2006

WASHINGTON Robert C. Judd ’40, August 21, 2006 Donald V. Bowers ’55, August 23, 2005

MISSOURI Arthur H. Schenk ’51, February 1, 2005 Richard B. LaFevers ’61, February 18, 2006 Steven L. Hall ‘82

SMU Herbert R. Pohl ’49, August 8, 2006 William C. “Dub” Miller ‘27, November 6,

WESTERN MICHIGAN Dale A. Thompson ’56, July 16, 2005


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