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QUARTERLY

Volume 112 | Issue 1


Inside The Quarterly January 2016 | Volume 112, Issue 1

FROM THE “AA”

On the cover: Delta Chi Fraternity celebrates 125 years of promoting friendship, developing character, advancing justice, and assisting in the acquisition of a sound education.

eflecting on 125 years of our existence, it is truly an amazing time to be a member of our beloved Fraternity.

reading this, YOU are the future alumni. YOU are the future leaders of this great fraternity. YOUR responsibility to Delta Chi has only just begun.

I remember being at the Centennial celebration a brief 25 years ago, and at that time, I never imagined 25 years later that I would be your 52nd “AA”. What an incredible honor! The last 25 years have been an incredible and unforgettable fraternity experience for me. How many reading this right now were at the Centennial celebration? Undergraduates, take note that anyone attending the Centennial celebration has been actively involved since before most of you were born! This is what makes Delta Chi great! And in order to stay great, continued involvement and support from alumni is necessary.

I have a question for you… Who is the most important person in Delta Chi? It certainly is not me, or any member of the Board of Regents. It is not any Past “AA”, member of the Order of the White Carnation, nor your chapter “A”. It is the Associate Member.

FEATURES

3 Celebrating 125 Years

 The 125th Anniversary Celebration of The Delta Chi Fraternity was held October 20, 2015 at the J.W. Marriot Buckhead Hotel in Atlanta, GA.

orrest Hoglund, 6 FKansas ’56

 Chairman of the Leadership Capital Campaign for the Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas.  By Drew Kerwood Director of Chapter Operations

ehind the Scenes: 16 BDelta Chi Expansion

 An in-depth look at what it takes to colonize on a college campus.  By Dustin Page Director of Fraternity Growth

DEPARTMENTS

2 From the AA

8 Award Winners

14 Leading the Charge

18 Chartering Announcement

20 Loyal Donors

24 The V Foundation

26 Coast to Coast:

Regional Leadership Conferences

28 Farewell and Parting

29 Keeping in Touch

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As Founder Albert Sullard Barnes said, “Delta Chi is not a weekend or once a year affair, but a lifelong opportunity and privilege.” As brothers of Delta Chi, it is our obligation to support our Fraternity and the Educational Foundation in order to continue to grow and offer educational programs for our chapters. The social, business, and conflict resolution skills acquired during the undergraduate experience are invaluable strengths that truly prepare men for life after college. As alumni, we must stay committed and focused to continue to mentor, guide, and teach our undergraduate brothers as they navigate through all the challenges of college, the fraternity experience, and other challenges that life presents to them. Alumni support is critical for the future of Delta Chi, and to you undergraduates

These men are by far the most important individuals in Delta Chi. The Associate Members are the future of Delta Chi - they are the future leaders of your chapters and this Fraternity. How is this Fraternity supposed to survive if the associate members do not understand the meaning of promoting friendship, developing character, advancing justice, and assisting in the acquisition of a sound education? Our associate members will love and respect Delta Chi even more when our student members offer a fraternity experience full of value and lead by example. Hazing will not accomplish this, and in fact, it will lead to the total opposite. I was initiated in 1985 at The University of Massachusetts. Thirty years ago the culture was certainly different, but I will tell you this, I WAS NOT HAZED. I went through the new member program that was authorized by Headquarters and gained so much respect for Delta Chi that I vowed to stay involved the rest of my life. There is no room for hazing in Delta Chi, and I believe that hazing can and will kill some fraternities in the near future. I hope that Delta Chi is not a victim of this; this is a fate we can control. If we do not want to risk losing a chapter or the whole organization due to this harmful and hateful act, the answer is simple: do not do it. Offer the valuable fraternity experience that our Founders intended for our members. As noted in the Cornerstone, “Brotherhood is a two-way street. If you accept its advantages, you must live up to its obligations.” Please remember, being a Delta Chi is not an oath you take once, it is an oath you live everyday. In the Bond,

Miles Washburn 52nd “AA” Massachusetts ’87 New Founder | Life Loyal

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“ Delta Chi needs people like you. I ask that you promise to remain involved, because Delta Chi will be better for it.” ~ Raymond Galbreth “ Being a Delta Chi is not an oath you take once, it’s an oath you live every day.” ~ Miles Washburn, “AA” Delta Chi Quarterly

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“ Because of Delta Chi, we are better men than we were before.” ~ Zac Cole

Lyle Sprinkle, Georgia Tech ’96 Delta Chi Fraternity’s most recent New Founder

THE 125TH ANNIVERSARY

Celebration T

he 125th Anniversary Celebration of The Delta Chi Fraternity was held October 20, 2015 at the J.W. Marriot Buckhead Hotel in Atlanta, GA. Over 250 undergraduates, alumni, and guests gathered to celebrate 125 years of fellowship and brotherhood with members from across the globe. The evening kicked off with a warm welcome from Delta Chi Staff Member, Zac Cole, Northern Illinois 2003, and as the night progressed, attendees heard from some of the most well known Delta Chis. This included individuals such as 52nd “AA”, Miles Washburn, Massachusetts 1987; former Executive Director, Ray Galbreth, Missouri 1969; Delta Chi Educational

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Foundation Chairman, Jim Marascio, Bryant 1993; 37th “AA”, Gary Monk, Auburn 1965; 43rd “AA” Greg Hauser, Michigan State 1975; and our undergraduate speaker Philip Austin, Augusta 2016. Delta Chi also recognized Lyle Sprinkle, Georgia Tech 1996, as the fraternity’s most recent New Founder, furthering the already impressive growth of the group since the centennial. This capped off an incredible evening celebrating what Delta Chi has achieved thus far, and what we have to look forward to over the next 125 years.


6,205

UNDERGRAD

Membership

2015

2005 Undergrad Membership 4,106

Average Chapter Size

2005: 35

2015: 52

Total initiates in 2005 Total initiates in 2015

89,891 111,390 The V Foundation for Cancer Research

The Martlet is an eLearning platform that will revolutionize Delta Chi member education. This learning tool will contain curriculum specifically designed to enhance the undergraduate experience of Delta Chi year by year, providing education on a wide variety of topics ranging from risk management procedures and FIPG, to hazing awareness, and even healthy relationships and bystander intervention. Following the pilot stage, The Martlet will develop further into a resource for officer and chairmen training.

$950,000 RAISED SINCE 2006

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ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Forrest HoglundKansas ’56

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s an undergraduate at the University of Kansas, Forrest Hoglund was a member of Delta Chi, joining the chapter after his brother. He served as the chapter’s “A”, which, when asked about this experience, he commented that he didn’t feel prepared for the role, but did his best, and that he’s happy to see that there are more resources available to help today’s “A”s and leaders feel more prepared for their roles. Delta Chi also led him to his wife, Sally, a member of Pi Beta Phi. The two were set up by one of Sally’s sisters as dates for a winter formal. Forrest and Sally later married in 1956 after graduating. While at the University of Kansas, Forrest was also a member of the varsity baseball team, playing third base from 1954 to 1956. He enjoyed the game and was even offered an opportunity to play for the Yankees C Class team Recipient of the after graduating. He decided to follow his professional for his efforts to interests, instead.

Award for Excellence in Community Service from the Dallas Historical Society in 2006. In 2012, Forrest Hoglund was the recipient of the 85th Linz Award, for his efforts to raise money for the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, TX. He successfully raised $185 million from donors, more than a year before the project was scheduled to be finished. His hopes are that the museum is able to continue to independently raise the funds needed to operate on its own, without having to rely on funding that may also come with strings attached to it. The Linz Award is given annually to a Dallas County resident, to honor their civic service or humanitarian efforts. The Linz Award is considered to be the most prestigious civic honor in Dallas.

Hoglund has also continued to give back to his alma 85th Linz Award, mater and Delta Chi. He served on the Endowment raise money for Association for the University the Perot Museum of Nature and of Kansas, helping him earn Shortly after graduating, Science in Dallas, TX, Forrest the Distinguished Alumni Forrest put his mechanical successfully raised $185 million Award. Forrest, with his wife engineering degree to work Sally, chaired the “KU First” from donors. with Exxon. Quickly selected Capital Campaign, helping to for the fast track program, he raise nearly $650 million. His moved up the ladder, moving contributions to Delta Chi and the Delta Chi Educational all over Texas in the process. He did so well that he eventually Foundation over the years have helped support many joined the ranks of top management. He was later recruited programs, including a recent donation will help support to head Texas Oil and Gas, which eventually merged with US Steel. Hoglund finished his career in the industry working for Delta Chi’s “A”s Academy and other educational programs. 12 years with EOG Resources, known as Enron at the time, Today, Forrest serves as the Vice Chairman of Reasoning before retiring. Mind. Reasoning Mind is a non-profit organization working Hoglund was an avid fundraiser throughout his career, to provide top rated math education to students, through and even moreso after he retired from the industry. Over the combined use of technology, effective curriculum and the past 50 years, Hoglund has helped raise nearly $1 teacher support. It is his hope that students can become billion dollars for educational, civic, and charitable causes. algebra ready, knowing that algebra is a key skill for He started to utilize the skills he learned and developed understanding other math concepts. throughout his career to focus on non-profit organizations When asked if he had any words of wisdom for other Delta and causes. In 1989, with his wife Sally, he created the Chi members, Hoglund encouraged members to continue Hoglund Foundation, which has helped direct funds to a learning new things and developing their skills. He warned variety of causes. The Foundation has turned into a family against complacency, suggesting that if someone finds affair, with Hoglund’s three daughters running and working himself in a place where he is not learning or developing a for the Foundation over the years. The Hoglund Foundation skill, he will fall behind. has raised over $30 million for more than 500 agencies and organizations in the Houston and Dallas, TX areas. The Association of Fundraising Professionals presented the Hoglund Foundation with the 2005 Outstanding Foundation By Drew Kerwood Award and the Hoglunds were recipients of the Philanthropy Director of Chapter Operations Friendship | Character | Justice | Education

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2014-2015

Awards & Recognition

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t is the Fraternity’s goal to recognize and promote the achievements of our chapters, colonies, alumni and advisors on a chapter, colony, regional and international level. The awards and recognition program allows chapters and colonies the opportunity to showcase their outstanding or improved performance over the past academic year in each of the Fraternity’s core competencies.  Individual awards recognize the brothers and friends of Delta Chi for their outstanding service to the Fraternity in a variety of capacities. To be eligible for awards, chapters or colonies must be current on all bills to the Fraternity as of June 1 and must not be on any level of risk management sanction during the year of awards consideration. Once all applications are received, the Fraternity staff

objectively evaluates each and every application before recognizing the efforts of our chapters and colonies based upon Delta Chi’s eight core competencies for success: • Advising & Governance • Alumni Relations • Financial Management • Housing

• Involvement • Manpower • Membership Education • Scholarship

There are two categories of awards given for each core competency. The Excellence category denotes a complete mastery of that competency; winners in this category fulfill the many components of each area and often go above and beyond to reach new heights of operations. The Achievement category recognizes chapters and colonies that have made significant improvements in this area of operations.

Delta Chi of the Year David Zuchowski, Washington 1980 The Delta Chi of the Year award winner is David Zuchowski, Washington 1980. This award is presented to alumni who have distinguished themselves in a manner that their peers recognize them across the United States, Canada, and/or the world. David Zuchowski, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor America, is responsible for the strategic direction and management of the company’s operations in the United States. Zuchowski, a 33-year veteran of the automotive industry, joined Hyundai Motor America in February 2007 as Vice President of Sales and was promoted to Executive Vice President, National Sales in 2010. He was promoted to his current role as President and Chief Executive Officer in January 2014. Zuchowski joined Hyundai from Mazda North America where he served as Vice President of Sales and Field Operations. Zuchowski began his career in 1980 at Ford Motor Company. He has spent 23 years in various executive-level positions including Regional Manager, Product Marketing Manager, National Merchandising Manager and Field Operations Manager for the Ford and Lincoln Mercury divisions. Hyundai Motor America, headquartered in Costa Mesa, Calif., is a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Co. of Korea. Hyundai vehicles are distributed throughout the United States by Hyundai Motor America and are sold and serviced through more than 820 dealerships nationwide. 8

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President’s Cup Red Division: Georgia Tech, Kansas State

Award of Excellence

Raymond D. Galbreth

Red Division: Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Kansas, Kansas State, Pittsburgh Buff Division: Fullerton, Louisiana Tech, South Florida

Buff Division: Louisiana Tech

Certificate of Achievement Red Division: Case Western Reserve, Iowa, Louisiana State, Minnesota Buff Division: Fredonia, Northern Illinois, Tri-State, Truman State

President’s Most Improved Red Division: Case Western Reserve

Buff Division: Fredonia

John J. Kuhn Award

Distinguished Delta Chi’s

This award is presented for service to the fraternity movement and is named after former Delta Chi “AA” and NIC Chairman John J. Kuhn Cornell 1898. It is presented to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the Greek movement. This award recognizes individual accomplishments and contributions within the fraternity and sorority world.

The Distinguished Delta Chi award recognizes significant achievement in an alumnus’ profession or outstanding civic service while upholding the values and ideals of the Fraternity.

Sidney N. Dunn, Alpha Epsilon Pi Sid Dunn currently serves as the Executive Director of the Fraternity Executives Association. He served for over 30 years as the Executive Vice President of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity and Foundation retiring in 2004. In 2005, he began his service as Administrator of FEA and in 2012 was named as its first Executive Director. His FEA service includes 6 years on the Board of Directors before becoming President in 1990. During his term as FEA President, Executives of Women’s Fraternities joined FEA for the first time as members. From 1995 on, he has edited News & Notes the Fraternity Executives Association monthly newsletter. Sid was a founder of FIPG, serving as its second President. He is a recipient of the FEA Distinguished Service Award; the NorthAmerican Interfraternity Conference Gold Medal; the Evin Varner Award of the Fraternity Communicators Association as well as the Order of the Lion in Alpha Epsilon Pi.

Carey Cavanaugh, Florida 1976 Carey is the current Director of the prestigious Patterson School of Diplomacy at the University of Kentucky. He is a former U.S. Ambassador and as served as United States Chief of Mission to Georgia, U.S. Special Negotiator for Eurasian Conflicts, and the U.S. Minsk Group Co-Chairman. Under the administrations of Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, Cavanaugh spearheaded or helped advance peace efforts involving Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Tajikistan, and Turkey. In 2000, he was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Ambassador/Special Negotiator responsible for conflicts in Eurasia and to serve as Co-Chairman of the OSCE Minsk Group.

Robert “Bob” Church, Georgia Southern 1980 Bob Church is a retired Deputy US Marshall who served on the international extradition team that brought Manuel Noriega to justice. Bob also served us during the trials of the Word Trade Center bombings in the 90’s in a highly classified, dangerous operation to transport and control those who were convicted of the crime. He also served on the Hostage Rescue Team (HRT) and served in the US Navy Vietnam theater honorably. Friendship | Character | Justice | Education

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Humanitarian Award David Weber, Cornell 1968

The Humanitatian Award is presented to Delta Chi member who, through his actions, exemplifies the ideals of Delta Chi and promotes the welfare of another person or persons.

Dave has a long history of various philanthropic giving. He has endowed a school to provide scholarships for students studying the violin. Recently Dave noticed while driving that a small branch of the Public library had a sign that said safe area. Knowing the neighborhood was tough Dave pulled in and offered to donate enough to put on classes and things like magic shows so that kids who otherwise would not, can have a safe enjoyable time. He has asked them what else he can do. These are just a couple of the many examples of Dave’s non-ending pursuit to help others.

Richard McKaig Outstanding Campus Professional Award The Richard McKaig Outstanding Campus Professional Award is awarded to one campus-based professional per year. This award was previously known as the Outstanding Greek Professional Award and was renamed after Brother Richard McKaig, often referred to as the “Fraternal Dean”, in 2009 to coincide with his retirement from Indian University. To qualify for this award, an individual must be a student-affairs professional who has given exceptional service to the Greek Community.

Dr. Anita Cory, University of Iowa Dr. Anita Cory has always been striving to make the Fraternity and Sorority community a healthy, fun, and successful environment. With more than 20 years at Washington State University, she left an everlasting impression that still guides the local community. During the 2014 AFA annual meeting, she was awarded the Sue Kraft Fussell Award, one of the highest awards in the world of higher education. Anita is currently the Associate Director for Student Organizations and Leadership Programs at the University of Iowa and a member of Chi Omega Fraternity. Dr. Cory continues to be an inspiration to all and defines what it means to lead by example. Delta Chi is more than honored to present her with this award.

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The Valor Award with Distinction for Uniformed Military Personnel This award is applicable to uniformed military personnel of any country (Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, National Guard, and Reserve Members on Active Duty in Combat). This award applies to those who distinguish themselves conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity, personal bravery or self sacrifice so conspicuous as to clearly distinguish them and must involve risk of life.

Major Matthew Barnes, Embry-Riddle 1995 Between 23 March 2011 and 30 May 2011, Major Matthew Barnes “exhibited superb leadership, teamwork, and courage while conducting around the clock battlefield medical evacuation for coalition forces during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM.” He did so as an HC-130P Aircraft Commander of the 79th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, 451st Expeditionary Operations Group, 451st Air Expeditionary Wing out of Camp Bastion, Afghanistan. During this time, “he routinely led his crew into minimally manned forward operating bases and austere blacked out landing zones at night, under low illumination conditions and in adverse weather, to conduct urgent medical evacuations”. His actions saved the lives of five American and coalition forces, 7 civilians and 6 critically injured Afghan children. “Major Barnes’s outstanding leadership and devotion to duty under extremely hazardous conditions allowed the squadron to maintain uninterrupted 24 hour personnel recovery and medical evacuation coverage for six Afghan Regional Commands. Major Barnes was awarded “The Air Medal For Meritorious Achievement While Participating in Aerial Flight” by The United States Air Force.

Captain Delphin Gantt, Embry-Riddle 1994 On March 23 and 24, 2003, Captain Delphin Gantt, flying his F-16 over Iraq during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM, provided close air support for a rescue mission of two pilots of the a downed AH - 64 Apache Helicopter. His 6+ hours of air support was vital to the Army 4th Batallion, 118th Infantry’s efforts to rescue the pilots, secure the area, and bring them to safety. Captain Gantt has also been awarded two Air Medals. He was awarded his first Air Medal for a total of 83 hours of flight between 22 April 2002 and 12 February 2003 for operations SOUTHERN WATCH and ENDURING FREEDOM. During these flight hours, Captain Gantt evaded anti-aircraft fire and man-portable surface-to-air missiles in his F-16CJ to deliver his ordinance on target and on time. He was awarded his second Air Medal for his contributions to Operation IRAQI FREEDOM between 13 March 2003 and 12 April 2003. “While evading hostile antiaircraft and surface to air missile fire, he successfully suppressed or destroyed Iraq’s complex integrated air defense system and provided air supremacy for both coalition air and ground forces”


Core Competency Awards Alabama

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Housing Achievement in Involvement

Alberta

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education

American

Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Member Education

Appalachian State

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Arizona State

Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Scholarship

Auburn

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Behrend

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Bowling Green

Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Bryant

Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

California University – PA

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Cal Poly

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Housing Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education

Case Western Reserve

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Central Missouri

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Charlotte

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Corpus Christi

Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Cortland

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Davis

Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Duquesne

Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Member Education

Eastern Illinois

Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Eastern Washington Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower

Embry-Riddle Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Achievement in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Ferrum Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Florida Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Georgia Tech

Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Hofstra

Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower

Huntsville

Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Illinois

Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Illinois State

Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Housing Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Fredonia

Indiana

Florida State

Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Fullerton Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

George Mason Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Georgia Southern Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education

Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Iowa

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Iowa State

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education

Johnstown

Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Involvement

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Kansas

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Kansas State

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Kettering A

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Excellence in Manpower

Kettering B

Excellence in Housing

Lehigh

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Little Rock

Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Long Beach

Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Manpower Louisiana State Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Louisiana Tech

Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Mankato

Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

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Marquette

Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Scholarship

Marshall

Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Maryland

Achievement in Housing Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Massachusetts

Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Miami

Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Housing Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Michigan State

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Minnesota

Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Missouri

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Missouri State

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education

Montclair

Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

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North Alabama

Rutgers

Northern Arizona

Sacramento

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Northern Illinois

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Northwestern

Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Housing Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Oklahoma State

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Scholarship

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Southern California

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Housing Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

South Dakota State

Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Housing Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Scholarship

Southeast Missouri

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

South Florida

Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Scholarship

Excellence in Advising and GovernanceAchievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Excellence in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Pittsburgh

Spring Hill

Oregon State

Excellence in Scholarship

Oshkosh

Excellence in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Purdue

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education

Riverside

Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Financial Management Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Manpower

Syracuse

Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Housing Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Tarleton

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Financial Management Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Texas

Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Scholarship


Texas Tech

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Scholarship

Tri-State

Achievement in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Excellence in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Truman State

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Housing Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

University of the Sciences Philadelphia

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Involvement Achievement in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Washington

Excellence in Advising and Governance Achievement in Alumni Relations Excellence in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education

Whitewater

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Financial Management Achievement in Housing Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Scholarship

William & Mary

Achievement in Advising and Governance Excellence in Alumni Relations Achievement in Involvement Excellence in Manpower Achievement in Member Education Excellence in Scholarship

Wilmington

Excellence in Involvement

Windsor

Meritorious Service Award The Meritorious Service Award is given to alumni who make significant contributions to Delta Chi as a “BB”, ABT member, House Corporation member, general Fraternity committee member, Regent, Vice-Regent, or staff member. The 2015 recipients are as follows:

Outstanding Alumni Chapter Programming and Events Connecticut Alumni Chapter

Jim Allman, Embry-Riddle ’96, for service to the Embry-Riddle chapter as “BB”

“E” Key Award

Jeremy Bishop, Oregon State ’99, for service to the Fraternity as Regent

Hayden Mills, Alberta ’17 Zachary Stroth, Kansas State ’15 Kevin Smith, Case Western Reserve ’16 Andrew Giacini, Florida ’15 Jacob Garcia, Cal University- PA ’17 Alexander Valentino, Lehigh ’16

Thomas Edmunds, Georgia ’78, for service to the Kennesaw State Chapter Hiran Fernando, Long Beach ’96, for voluntary service to IT operations at HQ Dr. Jim Fischer, Whitewater Faculty, for service to the Whitewater chapter Tom Haney, Kansas State ’70, for service to the Fraternity as Legal Advisor Brian Lane, CALU-PA ’12, for service to the CALUPA chapter Brendan Shields-Shimizu, Southern California ’07, for service to the Fraternity as Ritualist Elliott Wood, Georgia Tech ’07, for voluntary service to IT operations at HQ

Chicago Cup This composite award was named in honor of the very first alumni chapter (chartered during the Eighth International Convention in Chicago in 1902) and recognizes an active alumni chapter that excels in programming, communication and meeting the needs of its members.

Rio Grande Alumni Chapter

Outstanding Alumni Chapter Communication Connecticut Alumni Chapter

Borelli Family Leadership Award Dean DeLonge, William & Mary ’16 Miguel Labrador, South Florida ’16 Michael Stanton, Kansas State ’16 Eric Weston, Pittsburgh ’15

Borelli Family Leadership Award with Distinction Austin Cordell, Southeast Missouri ’16

Marge Lee Outstanding “C” Award Craig Ryan, Alberta ’16 Michael West, Eastern Illinois ’16 Matt Condon, Minnesota ’17 John Rankin, Missouri ’17 Dylan Forck, Central Missouri ’16 Matthew Donnelly, Fredonia ’17 Timothy Watkins, Case Western Reserve ’17 Aaron Ceckowski, Tri-State ’16 Patrick Linehan, William & Mary ’17

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LEADING THE CHARGE

Indiana Chapter The Indiana Chapter has taken their contributions to the next level by raising over $60,000 in 2015.

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ince 2006, Delta Chi has worked hand in hand with The V Foundation for Cancer Research to raise funds and awareness for Cancer Research. Our chapters work tirelessly planning philanthropic fundraisers to play a part in Delta Chi’s contributions on an international scale. Recently, the Indiana Chapter has been leading the charge in taking their contributions to the next level, raising over $60,000 throughout 2015. This incredible feat is a testament to the dedication the Indiana chapter shows to The V Foundation on a yearly basis, continuing to break their previous records year after year. Each year, the Indiana chapter sets a goal that they would like to achieve in terms of dollars raised for the V Foundation. From there, they divide and conquer, fundraising in a variety of ways. In 2015 the grand total was raised primarily through their main event “Miss Greek IU”. The event is a pageant style competition that brings together Greek women from the campus with a strong dedication to philanthropic causes, and those who serve as role models for the entire Greek system. Brothers typically take a large portion of the fundraising on themselves, collectively raising over $30,000 just from their own efforts throughout 2015, reaching out to family members, friends, and local businesses for donations. The women participating in the pageant raised $19,000 through their personal fundraising campaigns, and the remainder of the money raised came from smaller events hosted by the chapter, such as a corn hole tournament, Dine and Donate nights at local restaurants, and t-shirt and ticket sales for the event. Miss Greek IU, initially Founded by Jakson Alvarez, Indiana 2014, was planned by Matt Smith, Indiana 2017, in 2015, and the planning torch will be passed off to Conor Walker, Indiana 2017 in 2016. The chapter has already entered the planning stages of Miss Greek IU 2016, and is optimistic that they will once again shatter their previous record. Congratulations to the Indiana Chapter on setting the example when it comes to Delta Chi’s partnership with the V Foundation! 14

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DELTA CHI EXPANSION

Behind the Scenes In recent years, fraternity expansion has grown into an industry of its own. The days of showing up on a campus, pinning a group of men, and letting them petition to become a chapter are over.

Each summer, the expansion staff researches over 400 campuses across North America, tracking graduation rates, the caliber of incoming students, growth trends, the health of the fraternity community on campus, and multiple other factors.

1 Once identified as a targeted campus for growth, a member of the expansion staff contacts the Fraternity & Sorority Life Advisor on that campus to assess the campus environment, note other organizations that are currently scheduled to expand on campus, and learn more about their expansion process.

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raternities have had to adapt to campuses’ ever-growing barriers to expansion by placing a greater focus on relationship building, selling the organization through marketing and presentations, and developing programs to support and develop new colonies into healthy and sustainable chapters. Over the past year, the Delta Chi expansion staff has spent a lot of time and energy refining our growth strategy as an organization to stay current with today’s environment, while looking ahead to the future. With this in mind, here is a look at Delta Chi’s expansion process. By Dustin Page Director of Fraternity Growth

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If a campus supports OPEN EXPANSION or has opened for expansion, a letter will be sent from the Director of Fraternity Growth to the Interfraternity Council (IFC) and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life (OFSL), notifying them of our intent to bring a new group to their campus.

If Delta Chi is invited to present, a member of the expansion staff will present to the campus community and share our values, membership programs, and plans for community involvement. Sometimes we have the opportunity to invite alumni to attend the presentation. This adds value and invitations will typically be sent out a few weeks in advance.

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Typically, an expansion proposal is prepared and sent to IFC and OFSL, outlining the history of our organization, our values, and our expansion process. Each proposal highlights the added value of establishing a Delta Chi chapter on campus, and provides a detailed look at Delta Chi programs and leadership development.

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The expansion staff will often times send out an electronic survey to all alumni living near a campus to gauge alumni interest. The information we collect helps our staff determine whether or not we would have enough support for an expansion and serves as a selling point to the campus. Please note that these surveys are often preliminary and accompany no guarantee that we will be able to expand at that campus based upon the results.


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Once the expansion begins, three members of the expansion staff spend five weeks at the campus recruiting campus leaders who endorse and support the fraternal movement. This initial group of men will serve as the Founding Father class. During this time, the expansion staff will also work to recruit and train our “BB”, ABT, and Housing Corp.

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If selected by the campus, we will set a date for expansion and begin the process of identifying alumni volunteers to work with the new group. Alumni will receive an invitation to attend a reception a few months prior to the expansion.

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After the Founding Father class is recruited, one member of the expansion staff will remain on campus for an additional six weeks to appoint and train officers, provide support throughout the Founding Father education period, and begin integrating the colony into the campus community. The Founding Fathers will all be initiated at the end of the expansion semester.

Following the expansion semester, the colony will work to meet our Colony Standards in order to Charter. Typically, this takes between 12-18 months following the expansion semester. Once the colony has met the Colony Standards, the Board of Regents will vote to charter the colony.

Occasionally, INTEREST GROUPS will contact the expansion staff and request to become a colony of Delta Chi. Unless the group is on a campus previously targeted for growth, and has the full support of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, we will typically not endorse them.

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2016 EXPANSION EFFORTS

Delta Chi will be expanding on these campuses

Spring 2016

University of Nevada Las Vegas SPRING 2016

Fall 2016

Colorado State University SPRING 2016

University of Cincinnati FALL 2016

University of Deleware

Following a vote from the Board of Regents, the colony will be installed at a Chartering Banquet. Members, alumni, and guests in the area are invited to attend in celebration of the colony’s accomplishment.

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FALL 2016

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CHARTERING ANNOUNCEMENT

Ferrum College

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n the Fall of 2013, a group of men at Ferrum College assembled, deciding they wanted to create something new on campus. Located in rural Virginia, Ferrum did not have any national or international fraternities on campus. Wanting to break the mold of local organizations, the men sought out three international fraternities in hopes that one would colonize on campus. With the support of the Student Leadership and Engagement office, as well as the interest group, Delta Chi was selected to colonize and adopt the group of men who were eager to make a name for themselves. The Ferrum Colony of Delta Chi started off strong with a highly motivated group ready to better themselves as men, and learn what it means to be a Delta Chi. Chartering President, Max Harper, Ferrum 2016, claimed that the group faced many obstacles along the way, adding that among the most difficult was being a part of a very young Greek system, especially as the first international fraternity on campus. However, with the help of campus faculty and the hard work of the active brothers, they managed to establish a well respected name for the group. During their first year on campus, the colony raised over $2,000 for The V Foundation for Cancer Research, and committed themselves to diverse campus involvement, service, and making a community impact. The colony was overjoyed when the Board of Regents approved their petition to charter in the Fall of 2015. Shortly after the news broke, they began planning their chartering banquet to celebrate all of their hard work. The banquet was held at the Hotel Roanoke with over 60 guests in attendance including “AA”, Miles Washburn, Massachusetts 1987; Region IX Regent, Dough Chananie, East Carolina 2007; former “CC” and Order of the White Carnation Member, Keith Shriver, Florida 1979; Dustin Page, Delta Chi Director of Fraternity Growth, along with the friends and families of the active brothers and Founding Fathers. Max Harper, Ferrum 2016, remembers the chartering banquet as the culmination of the group’s hard work paying off, through times where it sometimes seemed unachievable. The Chapter is looking forward to their future endeavors, and making Delta Chi better every day. Congratulations to the Ferrum Chapter on their achievements!

Chartering Officers

“A” Max Harper Divante Hamilton “B” Garrett Freese “C” “D” Trevor Leach Eddy Funes “E” Britt Conde “F”  Ferrum, VA

 Virginia Beach, VA  Wake Forest, NC  Chesapeake, VA

 Sterling, VA

East Greenwich, RI

Founding Fathers Willard Barber Matthew Black Frank Boxley James Carleton Patrick Cathro Brittain Conde Carl Craft Tyler Edgar Wesley Franklin Garrett Freese Eddy Funes Max Harper Henry Hodson

Joe Isaac Kyle Karmei Trevor Leach Coner Moncure Alexander Ogora Christopher Peltier William Phillips Darrell Queen Jared Reeves Carl Russell Michael Spidle Nathan Taylor Matthew Tignor

Ferrum at a Glance Location: Ferrum, Virginia Established: 1913 Student Body: 1,451 Academic Staff: 250 Mascot: Panthers Colors: Black gold and white Academic Programs: 33 areas of study offered 18

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LIFETIME GIVING

Delta Chi Loyal Donors Totals as of December 1, 2015 (*Denotes deceased)

Cornerstone Club $500-$999 *Don G Abel, Washington ’39 Drew C Achterhof, Kettering-B ’03 Steven R Ackerson, Northern Iowa ’76 Michael H Agnello, Michigan State ’81 James P Aiello, Arizona ’79 *John J Albert, Michigan State ’49 Philip M Aldape, Idaho ’68 Samuel J Alexander, Penn State ’66 Thomas P Algeo, Penn State ’86 Robert S Allen, Indiana ’58 Gerald Estle Allen, Iowa State ’55 *Kenneth R Anderson, Arizona ’31 James M Anderson, Oklahoma ’89 Jon B Anderson, Purdue ’70 *Karl G Anderson, DePauw ’51 *L Harold Anderson, Stanford ’24 Jay R Anderson, Eastern Illinois ’79 Shad L Andrews, Oregon State ’05 Efrain Andrews, Washington ’66 Steven D Ankeny, Tri-State ’03 Jonathan E Ansbacher, Lehigh ’87 John McQueen Apple, Ohio State ’65 Timothy L Arcaro, Penn State ’86 *Kirk P Arnett, Mississippi State ’68 Chad M Ashby, Eastern Illinois ’94 Lloyd W Aubry, Stanford ’48 William W Austin, Illinois ’67 Bob Austin, Oklahoma ’62 *John G Babbitt, Northern Arizona Faculty *Charles W Babcock, Kansas ’35 Jon P Bachelder, Miami ’64 Herbert Saul Badal, Illinois ’56 Matthew C Bagnall, Northern Arizona ’90 Owen P Bailitz, Illinois ’98 D Glenn Baird, Arizona ’75 *Harold H Balser, Miami ’44 Ralph P Balzac, Cornell ’53 Michael A Banks, Penn State ’88 *Richard A Barber, Kansas ’32 Charles T Barkman, Florida State Alumnus Matthew T Barnes, Embry-Riddle ’95 Miles E Barnett, Auburn ’56 Todd A Barnum, Jacksonville ’84 John William Battles, Stephen F Austin ’08 Ronald C Baughman, Michigan State ’67 Ronald H Baumler, Denison ’71 *James Oscar Baxter, DePauw ’39 Robert S Bayers, VA Commonwealth ’91 Paul F Bazan, Creighton ’90 *Paul C Beardslee, Kansas ’33 Dennis W Beemon, Tri-State ’72 Lester E Beesley, DePauw ’50 Carlos H Bejines, Long Beach ’93 *Paul G Benedum, Ohio State ’27 Eric J Bennett, Connecticut ’88 Kyle M Bennett, Buffalo ’92 *Allen B Benshoff, Indiana ’60 Ralph W Bentle, Indiana ’36 Newell F Bentley III, Kettering-B ’01 Gerald E Benton, Penn State ’64 *William Berchtold, Illinois ’27 *Alexander W Berger, Stanford ’37 Lawrence R Bidwell, Ohio State ’53 *Gene E Bigham, Abracadabra ’34 Jules B Billard, Texas ’38 Wayne Earl Binkley, Illinois ’56 *John Alan Bishop, Miami ’56 David C Bizar, Embry-Riddle ’87 *Robert J Black, Iowa ’43 *James M Blackwood, Ohio State ’40 Robert D Blakley, Texas ’70 Stephen D Blank Jr, East Stroudsburg ’07 Douglas Roy Bleggi, Penn State ’69 *Gale Blosser, Stanford ’35 Thomas F Blumenfeld, Northern Illinois ’95 Joseph W Blunk, Florida State ’65 Maj Lowren A Bock, Ohio State ’55 Donn Anton Bodine, Washington ’55 Jeffrey S Boehm, Purdue ’92 *Corbin E Bolinger, Indiana ’52 William P Bonds, Washington ’66 *Jack E Booth, Michigan State ’36 Dustin C Boothe, Idaho ’95 *Claud O Boothman, SMU ’32 Larry Borcherding, Kansas ’63 Gary L Borkowski, Iowa State ’81 *Francis J Boucher, Nebraska ’25 *James P Bowman, Abracadabra ’30 John G Bowman, Illinois ’82 Darrell M Bowman, Iowa State ’81 John Schuyler Boyd, Idaho ’10 William G Boyer, Tri-State ’71 Carlo Bracci, Sr, Augusta Alumnus *Clyde A Brady, Florida ’33 *William J Brady, Kansas ’48 *Harold M Braggans, Minnesota ’40 Mark E Brandon, Texas ’92 Robert J Brandstatter, Western Michigan ’66 *Edward J Breeze, Southern Illinois ’65 James D Brenner, Kansas ’67 James S Briggs, DePauw ’59 James M Bright, Arizona ’57 Alan Richard Brill, DePauw ’64 Robert E Brockie, SMU ’77

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*Richard S Brockway, Cornell ’39 J Jeffrey Broderick, Illinois State ’81 *Donald C Brodie, Kansas Faculty Thomas D Browand, Ohio State ’69 Mark F Brower, DePauw ’77 Joy Earl Brown, Long Beach ’68 *L Clark Bryan, Florida ’41 Dennis A Bucalo, Illinois ’79 Ronald Paul Bugbee, Connecticut ’66 *Gerald C Bulkeley, Illinois ’30 Vernon D Burklund, Idaho ’48 Michael S Burney, Idaho ’70 Robert B Burns, Appalachian State ’90 Sherman K Burns, East Texas ’76 *G Gordon Burroughs, Illinois ’31 William S Burtness, Stanford ’54 John Douglas Bush, Idaho ’72 James A Butkus, Northwest Missouri ’78 David N Butner, Abracadabra ’61 James A Buttram, Oklahoma State ’76 Edward T Byrd, Livingston ’72 Robert W Byren, Lehigh ’74 Stephen C Cagle, Michigan State ’82 Jimmie D Cain, Mississippi State ’88 *James A Cammack, Indiana ’55 Salvatore Campagna, Arizona ’56 *R Paul Campbell, Penn State ’30 *John B Campbell, Lake Forest ’49 Dominic R Caputo, Penn State ’82 Charles E Carlin, Alabama ’57 Richard T Carlin, DePauw ’68 Donald A Carlson, Penn State ’49 Craig Allen Carp, Beaufort ’15 *Ralph E Carpenter, Arizona ’37 David J Carr, DePauw ’81 Arnold Bruce Carson, Washington ’70 Caleb B Case, Abracadabra ’52 *Ralph Ellis Cash, Mississippi State ’66 Mark L Casner, Miami ’77 Lloyd C Cassidy, Illinois ’77 Daniel S Catalano, Cortland ’08 Albert J Catroppa, Arizona State ’55 Mark J Cecchi, Illinois ’85 John M Cecere, Indiana ’84 W Craig Chamberlin, DePauw ’51 William J Chapel, Oklahoma State ’72 Robert W Chapin, Appalachian State ’85 Richard I Chenoweth, Auburn ’72 Gary A Chessman, Illinois ’66 *Fred M Chreist, DePauw ’34 Owen C Christensen, San Diego ’69 Clair Christianson, Idaho ’46 Donald D Christoffersen, Iowa State ’78 Daniel J Chrzczonowski, Michigan ’01 Richard John Chura, Penn State ’64 John G Churchill, Illinois ’88 Zeny R Cieslikowski, Southern Cal ’97 Matthew Doland Clark, Kennesaw ’12 Randall D Clark, Ball State ’80 Gregory B Clark, Idaho ’67 Douglas W Clark, Penn State ’79 William K Clark, Purdue ’54 James M Cleary, Missouri ’61 David W Clithero, Truman State ’82 Brian C Closs, Central Michigan ’84 Timothy J Clough, Gorham State ’78 *Max E Coats, DePauw ’53 Benjamin G Cochran, DePauw ’55 Robert J Cochran, Iowa State ’63 Brian E Code, Ohio State ’80 Gary R Coffey, Illinois ’53 Steven R Cohn, Long Beach ’74 W Towne Collins, Washington ’60 Brad P Colwell, Gannon ’70 Stephen E Condrey, Montevallo ’78 Richard A Conroy, Cornell ’74 *Walter H Conser, Abracadabra ’39 *John Edward Cooper, LSU ’44 Francis D Coulthard, Iowa State ’78 *John L Cowan, DePauw ’63 Richard A Cowell, Ohio State ’70 Roy A Cowell, Illinois ’79 Leonard J Cox, Arizona ’82 *Jasper H Cox, DePauw ’27 Timothy D Cox, Purdue ’87 Jay E Coy, Indiana ’84 *Robert M Craig, Washington ’44 Kenneth C Crandall, Minnesota ’71 Ray T Crane, Missouri State ’93 *James H Cravens, Illinois ’41 *James W Creasman, Arizona State ’35 *Lyle M Cressey, Iowa State ’34 *Glenn E Crippen, Iowa State ’31 Jacob R Cross, Embry-Riddle ’02 *John W Croswell, Pennsylvania ’33 George W Crowl, Kansas ’41 William B Crust, Central Missouri ’76 Richard F Curtin, Abracadabra ’60 Michael A Curtis, DePauw ’93 Paul A Curtis, Iowa State ’79 Anthony R D’Ambrosio, Youngstown ’70 Mark L D’Valentine, Michigan State ’82 Vito D’Aiuto, Connecticut ’55 David C Dahlgren, Minnesota ’83 John W Daniel, Truman State ’86 David G Davis, Illinois ’67 Daniel W Davis, Southeast Missouri ’00 Robert Ellis Davis, Arizona ’48 Forrest Lee Davis, Kansas ’49 Geoffrey M Day, DePauw ’85

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Mick Dean, Truman State ’08 Gary M Dean, Eastern Illinois ’74 Daniel J DeCicco, Georgia Tech ’01 *Edward Deeb, Southern California ’55 Philip G Degen, Iowa State ’77 Louis J DelJuidice, Lehigh ’93 Charles O Dennis, Penn State ’52 Melvin Carl Dennis, Oklahoma State ’60 Dennis D Depew, Kansas ’80 Christopher J Desmond, Eastern Illinois ’94 Christopher J Diak, Clemson ’94 Michael K Dichiser, Kansas State ’95 *Charles A Dieman, Wisconsin ’37 John B Dineen, Connecticut ’89 Jeffrey E Disend, Penn State ’69 *Buddy R Dixon, Oklahoma State ’51 Walter B Dobbs, Michigan ’51 *John Domercq Jr, Abracadabra Alumnus Matthew T Dorney, Embry-Riddle ’97 Milan J Dotlich, Purdue ’99 *Eugene Frederick Dramm, Illinois ’57 Michael K Dresback, Florida ’95 Alan F Drinkard, Auburn ’71 Lynn Richard Dueser, Illinois ’63 Thomas E Duggar, Florida State ’65 Cloyd T Dunn, Auburn ’89 Charles P Durante, Tri-State ’73 *Frank John Durzo, Wisconsin ’42 James F Dykes, Embry-Riddle ’78 Charles M East, Augusta ’01 *Henry C Easterling, Oklahoma ’42 William V Eaton, Cornell Alumnus *Floyd S Eberts, Penn State ’48 *John Edward Eckel, Oklahoma ’29 Ryan T Edgar, Southeast Missouri ’08 *L Orville Edlund, Illinois ’33 Richard L Edwards, NC State Alumnus *Richard O Egan, Southern California ’49 *Carl Eggert, Wisconsin ’31 Richard A Eimers, Southern California ’66 Allan Eisenwinter, Arizona ’59 *James Hugh Elliott, Purdue ’32 Greg E Ellner, Connecticut ’82 David On-Pong Eng, Cornell ’75 Clarence E Engel, Ohio State ’48 Jeremy R Erling, Clemson ’94 Anthony J Esposito, Connecticut ’65 David B Evans, Miami ’78 Andre Ezis, Ohio State ’66 *George A Faber, Penn State ’39 Stanley C Fagre, Iowa State ’40 Stephen E Falconer, Massachusetts ’77 Thomas M Farrelly, Marquette ’87 Chad N Farthing, Iowa State ’94 Gregory M Feduik, Connecticut ’78 *Richard S Felhaber, Minnesota ’28 *Geo R Fellows, Ohio State ’33 Clayton C Fenton, Michigan State ’48 Dwayne C Fielder, Penn State ’71 *Bradford E Fike, Illinois ’35 *Wesley F Fisher, Illinois ’29 Connie Neil Fisher, Oklahoma State ’55 John W Fitzharris, Jr, Ohio State ’69 Neil F Fitzpatrick, Massachusetts ’72 Timothy E Fitzsimmons, Auburn ’80 *Richard S Fixott, Stanford ’31 Brian E Flaherty, Georgia ’85 Gregory W Fletcher, Iowa ’78 Wallace J Flores, Long Beach ’86 Gary W Fordham, Mississippi State ’76 Andrew J Forman, Maryland ’91 Myrl E Forth, Missouri ’67 Kevin B Fosse, Illinois ’73 John Scott Foster, Kansas State ’76 Jason D Frampton, Duquesne ’05 Kirk Franceschini, Cornell ’78 Jeffrey W Frankenburg, Lehigh ’80 *Benjamin Franklin, Cornell ’50 *Ben Franklin, Southern California ’36 *Harry C Frankmann, Nebraska ’33 Steven P Freitas, Sacramento ’73 Millard L Fretland, Florida State ’80 Peter Freyer, Texas ’93 *Robert G Frost, Michigan State ’55 *Homer S Fry, Ohio State ’41 Robert M Galloway, Iowa ’41 *Monroe Galt, SMU ’30 A Rod Garges, Ohio State ’70 Theodore Garrison, Indiana ’53 Charles O Geerhart, Cornell ’81 James M Gehrke, Western Michigan ’67 Richard L Genovese, Illinois ’67 Alan G George, Abracadabra ’50 *Dietrich Gerber, Minnesota ’44 John R Giesecke, DePauw ’60 *Richard I Gillespie, Stanford ’57 Douglas Gillespie, Minnesota ’63 Michael T Gilley, Illinois ’84 Sam Lou Ginn, Auburn ’59 *H Richard Ginsberg, UCLA ’53 William E Gittler, Johnstown ’75 James B Glass, Lehigh ’76 Michael A Gnagi, Central Missouri ’79 Kenneth E Gobble, Louisiana Tech ’95 David T Goberville, Illinois ’88 Ankur V Goel, Georgia Tech ’03 Christopher D Golden, Lehigh ’81 Jonathan R Gonnet, Texas ’06 Stephen L Gore, Appalachian State ’97 Matthew A Gorney, Kansas State ’06

Charles W Goudie, Michigan State ’77 Joseph R Goulet, Massachusetts ’83 Donald K Graham, Michigan State ’80 Brad Grambo, Idaho ’85 Dane R Grams, American ’94 *William F Grauch, Penn State ’33 *Lawrence S Graven, Southern Cal ’56 Christopher J Gray, LSU ’93 *Noel L Greenlee, Ohio State ’25 Seth R Greenspan, Connecticut ’88 *Warren R Gregory, Purdue ’48 *Walter J Grieser, Idaho ’40 Robert L Griffin, Georgia Tech ’09 *William Griffiths, Missouri ’53 *Herbert E Grimes, DePauw ’49 Raymond K Grindel, Central Missouri ’01 John B Groh, Arizona ’90 James W Growney, Arizona ’56 Roy G Grube, Penn State ’57 Mitchell A Gruber, Kent State ’89 Stephen C Grushetsky, Ohio State ’91 Leslie H Gumbiner, Ball State ’65 Christopher S Gunzel, Texas ’92 Delph A Gustitus, Illinois ’84 *John C Haas, Michigan State ’49 Thomas E Habart, Ball State ’67 *Doyle C Haberly, Kansas ’48 *Donald V Haemmerlein, Ohio State ’47 Matthew A Hagemann, Illinois ’85 *Paul L Haines, Penn State ’29 James C Hajduk, Purdue ’65 Hugh D Hale, Iowa ’60 *Richard E Hall, Abracadabra Alumnus *David W Hall, Arizona ’57 Jess L Hall, Idaho ’74 James E Hanna, Purdue ’62 Thomas A Hansen, Iowa ’62 George K Hansen, Minnesota ’66 Douglas M Harding, Auburn ’57 *C Bruce Hardy, DePauw ’40 *E Thomas Harnish, DePauw ’44 Douglas J Harper, Illinois ’69 *Ralph W Harris, Alabama Alumnus *Michael R Harris, Auburn ’69 John H Harrison, Idaho ’90 *Everett A Hart, Arizona ’26 Ronald A Hartmann, Alabama ’81 *Richard N Harvey, Washington State ’67 Homer Ralph Hatch, Idaho ’60 *John M Hawley, Texas ’27 Phillip L Hazlett, Purdue ’80 Jason R Heaton, Auburn ’00 Larry C Heaton, II, Eastern Illinois ’78 *David Merrill Heck, Purdue ’59 J Michael Hegarty, Iowa State ’97 Garth E Heidel, Idaho ’73 John R Helter II, Pittsburgh ’06 Samuel R Henderson, DePauw ’56 Peter B Henderson, Wayne State ’68 T Drew Hendrix, Texas ’96 R Peers Henes, Michigan State ’79 Richard J Henke, Southeast Missouri ’78 *Charles P Henness, Illinois ’62 James C Henry, Oklahoma ’55 Robert S Henson, East Texas ’73 David S Herdlinger, Kansas City ’73 Grant T Herrin, LSU ’07 *Don C Hershey, Cornell ’27 Jason W Hetherington, Miami ’02 Timothy K Heuer, Northern Arizona ’96 Kenneth E Heugel, Indiana ’54 *Bruce A Hewetson, Indiana ’73 *J Robert Hicks, Penn State ’43 *Bruce R Hiday, Ball State ’69 Ronald C Higgins, Truman State Graduate C Edward Hightower, Valdosta ’74 Marc S Hildebrant, Massachusetts ’71 *Edward J Hill, Penn State ’54 Donald E Hill, Lehigh ’63 *John P Hillebrandt, Purdue ’48 Thomas J Hine, Connecticut ’83 Scott M Hines, Oklahoma State ’93 Joseph F Hodge, Ball State ’90 James R Hoefener, Kansas ’55 Robert E Hoerter, Florida State ’63 *William R Hoff, Cornell ’43 *Caius M Hoffman, Cornell ’32 Harry E Hoffman, Indiana ’48 *Gordon W Hogle, Michigan State ’41 Barton M Hoglund, Kansas ’55 John C Holke, Truman State ’78 Richard C Holland, DePauw ’52 *Robert H Hollenbeck, Cornell ’33 James W Holman, Michigan State ’82 *George O Holman, Abracadabra ’30 Raymond C Holmer, Idaho ’82 Carl W Holmes, Idaho ’04 *John Thomas Hoover, Ohio State ’47 Ronald D Hopper, Washington ’71 Vaughn A Hormann, Arizona ’53 Roger A Hosfeld, Purdue ’59 James E Houston, Oklahoma ’61 Richard R Hover, Oregon State ’68 Benjamin A Howard, Georgia Tech ’07 Richard A Howarth, Oshkosh ’92 Robert A Hoyt, Oklahoma ’93 Byron Carl Hubanks, Stanford ’57 Robert K Hubbard, Mississippi State ’88 *James F Huber, Ohio State ’33 *John E Hudelson, Indiana ’28

*Charles L Hughes, Kansas City ’47 Charles E Hughes, Penn State ’59 Harold J Hughes, Stanford ’69 Kurtis W Huisman, Iowa State ’82 *Raymond J Hull, Purdue ’27 Robert L Hull, Southern Illinois ’58 *Lt Col Richard Humes, Michigan ’51 James P Hunter, Embry-Riddle ’75 *John A Iacocca, Penn State ’90 *Osmer C Ingalls, Ohio State ’39 *Dudley S Ingraham, Cornell ’13 *Dennis A Jackson, Illinois Faculty *Burl J Jackson, Auburn ’55 John M Jacobs, Illinois ’83 Jerry Jacobson, Idaho ’53 Christopher Janusz, Northern Illinois ’92 Stuart P Jeffares, Michigan State ’84 Robert M Jeffcott, Marquette ’84 *Robert G Jefferds, Georgia ’76 Chris D Jensen, Michigan ’95 Steve R Johnson, Washington ’68 Shannon C Johnson, Central Missouri ’88 Noel L Johnson, Abracadabra ’79 Michael G Johnson, Georgia Tech Alumnus Gregory C Johnson, Oklahoma ’06 *Howard E Johnston, Penn State ’36 Larry D Jones, Fullerton ’76 John Paul Jones, Michigan State ’83 Jeffrey S Jones, Texas ’02 *Jimmy K Jones, Oklahoma ’43 Vern Cleo Jones, Stanford ’49 *Robert C Jordan, Parsons ’66 Timothy M Joyce, Bryant Alumnus Floyd J Juday, Western Michigan ’65 *Robert G Judd, Washington ’40 Carey E Jue, Southern California ’84 *George E Justice, Idaho ’29 *Robert S Justice, DePauw ’33 Gregg A Kaminsky, Delaware ’91 *B W Kearney, Union ’14 John P Kedzierski, Illinois ’01 *Frederick H Kela, Minnesota ’54 Andrew T Kelley, California Univ-PA ’95 Craig L Kelley, Northwest Missouri ’83 John J Kelly, Illinois ’84 H Fred Kennedy, Idaho ’60 *Thomas A Kennedy, Penn State ’33 William A Kennedy, New Mexico State ’03 *Clifton T Kent, Penn State ’34 George W Keyes, Iowa ’43 Christopher M Kilroy, Huntsville ’99 Yun S Kim, Abracadabra ’93 *Ray Kimball, Oklahoma ’30 Paul Wilson King, Purdue ’62 Karl W King, Iowa State ’80 *Dean S Kingman, Illinois ’37 William D Kinsaul, Jacksonville State ’70 Jeffrey D Kirby, Miami ’89 Lewis D Kirgis, Iowa State ’41 Jeffrey M Klaiman, Michigan ’93 *William H Klein, Miami ’42 Frederick J Klemeyer, Cornell ’67 Robert V Kluge, Truman State ’78 Paul E Knapp, Oklahoma State ’79 Stephen F Knight, Southern California ’73 Robert L Knox, Southern California ’62 Aaron W Koch, Iowa State ’90 John P Koepke, Illinois ’86 William E Korbus, Illinois ’57 Kevin J Kostoff, Northern Colorado ’90 J Michael Kral, North Carolina State ’96 Howard S Kravitz, Massachusetts ’70 Daniel E Kubiak, Texas ’96 Scott E Lacey, Duquesne ’95 Clyde F Lacy, SMU ’48 Thomas P Lambe, Illinois ’80 Gregg D Lammi, Whitewater ’86 Warren H Lampert, Florida ’89 *Robert J Lamphere, Idaho ’40 John Allen Landrum, Mississippi State ’66 Larry B Langford, Kansas City ’69 Edward S Langholz, Union ’57 *Dr Robert N Larimer, Iowa ’20 Keith G LaRose, Connecticut ’84 Peter Larson, Illinois ’06 Terry L Larson, Iowa State ’78 *John L Larson, Michigan State ’55 *Elmer H Larson, Iowa State ’37 Lee Laux, Kansas ’81 *Steven G LaVoie, Abracadabra ’82 Kenneth H Law, Illinois ’04 Gregory C Lawton, Embry-Riddle ’72 *Ronald Fetter Lay, Penn State ’58 Alfred F Leatherman, Ohio State ’51 O J LeBaron, Arizona ’45 *Frank A Ledgerwood, Rollins ’55 Michael E Lee, Embry-Riddle ’97 Charles R Lee, Florida ’51 *Robert H Leebody, UCLA ’41 Michael E Leech, Truman State Alumnus Eric J Leigh, Illinois ’08 Steven M Lemm, Western Michigan ’84 Edmund B Lennig, Stanford ’55 Eugene J Leone, Cornell ’79 Richard L Lepper, Fullerton ’70 Mark F Leppert, Fullerton ’75 Philip H LeRoy, Clemson Alumnus Michael C Less, Purdue ’75 *Thaddeus J Lewandowski, Gannon ’76 Kenneth O Lewis, Syracuse ’71


*Howard P Lewis, Oregon State ’24 Clifford C Lewis, Ball State ’71 Gary Allen Lewis, Iowa State ’67 William J Lewis, Oklahoma State ’84 Craig A Lickley, Idaho ’02 Robert Carl Liden, Illinois ’67 *Harold J Lind, Kansas ’42 Michael S Lindahl, Illinois ’05 Stephen D Linder, Northwest Missouri ’92 Paul E Lindow, Michigan State ’84 *William D Lindquist, Idaho ’40 *Thomas M Lindsey, Auburn ’66 T J Lindsley, Georgia Tech ’04 *Alan F Lippman, Texas ’49 Robert T Littlejohn, Mississippi State ’66 Peter W Livingston, Minnesota ’83 Stacy Lloyd IV, Lake Forest ’00 Charles F Lockhart, Iowa ’65 Stephen Loeffler, Penn State ’68 Daniel Loftus, Eastern Illinois ’90 Joseph R Loggins, Alabama ’69 *E John Lonn, Iowa State ’29 James S LoPrete, DePauw ’75 Clifford S Losen, Jacksonville ’83 Fred L Lotter, Illinois State ’76 *Rodney M Love, Ohio State ’30 *Bruce A Loyd, Central Missouri ’75 *Richard C Lucas, Kansas ’69 William G Luckey, Northern Arizona ’89 Kurt E Lutterman, Oregon State ’83 *David Kent Lyman, Southern California ’50 David B Lyman, Sacramento ’70 Robert R Lynch, Florida ’56 Thomas Macina, Illinois ’91 *Alexander R MacMillan, S Illinois Alumnus David E MacNellis, Embry-Riddle ’90 Daniel J Mages, Creighton ’88 *Elbert J Maloney, Union ’30 Gregory K Man, Marquette ’75 Ben F Mancuso, Arizona ’76 Richard S Manley, Alabama ’53 *Charles R Mann, Lake Forest ’50 *Thomas M Maroldy, Florida ’58 *Walter P Marschall, Connecticut ’59 John V Marstrell, Miami ’42 Kevin B Martin, Penn State ’80 Brian W Martin, Ball State ’99 *Perry A Martinson, Illinois ’33 David P Maxey, Radford ’98 *Philip P Maxwell, Abracadabra ’25 Jeffrey B McAdoo, New Mexico State ’00 John E McCarragher, Embry-Riddle ’92 Rogers C McCauley, Auburn ’56 Anthony S McClain, Kansas State ’00 *H Paul McCorkle, Iowa State ’32 *Donald H McCuaig, Alabama ’27 Mark A McCullough, Penn State ’80 *Lee McDonald, Washington ’43 *John Richard McDonald, Arizona ’55 Bryon L McDougall, Chico ’89 Rob R McGregor, Southern California ’55 *Ben G McGuire, Kansas ’37 *J Ian McKay, Osgoode Hall ’49 *Robert E McKelvey, Auburn ’66 Brian J McLaughlin, Miami ’81 Thomas A McLelland, Michigan State ’79 Daniel J McTague, Massachusetts Alumnus Jay B Meacham, Northwest Missouri ’87 Gary H Mears, Iowa ’58 Kyle L Medlin, Rhode Island ’06 Robert Meinershagen, Illinois ’68 *Coleman R Menyhert, Ohio State ’49 *Roscoe E Menz, Illinois ’28 Robert L Mersch, Iowa State ’60 Timothy C Metcalf, Cornell ’74 *William L Meuleman, Michigan State ’40 Steven E Meyer, Kansas ’04 Bryant A Meyers, Georgia Tech ’93 Walter F Meyers, Purdue ’47 Daniel D Mezydlo, Illinois ’03 David R Mica, Florida ’77 Christopher M Middleton, Tri-State ’92 *Edmund J Mihalski, Washington ’64 Gerald W Miller, Lehigh ’80 Christopher D Miller, Kansas ’84 Roger B Miller, Kansas ’55 Leon W Miller, UCLA ’42 Daniel C Mills, Illinois ’61 *G A Mills, Illinois ’24 *Robert F Mitchell, SMU ’41 Lewis E Mitchell, Kansas ’50 Joel P Monger, Florida ’61 Marty W Montgomery, SE Missouri ’79 *Paul Eugene Moore, Penn State ’44 *James H Moore, Virginia ’32 Arthur D Moore, Kansas ’49 Richard W Moore, DePauw ’58 *John T Moran, Washington ’40 *George E Moredock, Arizona ’31 Darrell E Morgan, Livingston ’92 Scott B Morrow, Ohio State ’87 *Larry Dean Moss, Idaho ’58 *James R Moyer, Ohio State ’45 Thomas P Mullaney, Central Missouri ’96 Charles L Murphree, Alabama ’50 *Max Ray Murphy, DePauw ’56 *Walter R Naas, Michigan State ’49 *John B Nairn, Cornell ’42 C Richard Nash, Illinois ’55 Donald W Naught, Northern Arizona ’68 *Gregory J Nelli, Embry-Riddle Faculty James A Nelson, Washington ’68 Thomas E Nelson, Marquette Alumnus Gregory P Ness, Indiana ’87 George J Neumayer, Idaho ’50 *Sherill S Newton, Idaho ’30 *Delmer M Nicholls, Penn State ’35 Philip B Nichols, Ball State ’87 *John W Nichols, Michigan State ’45 David Earl Nielsen, Idaho ’66 Paul H Niemann, Central Missouri ’74 William Lyle Nolan, Iowa State ’62 *Col Richard A Norton, Oklahoma ’29 John A Novak, Connecticut ’75 James R Novitsky, Michigan State ’80

Michael Novotny, Eastern Illinois ’76 William N O’Brien, Southern California ’61 John P O’Reilly, Eastern Illinois ’89 Robert T O’Brien, Miami ’50 Nick G Oakley, Iowa ’74 *Brian D Oetjen, Iowa State ’72 Myron L Olson, Huntsville ’78 *John K Olsson, Southern California ’72 David S Orlofsky, Montclair ’92 *Donald C Osborn, Cornell ’37 Gregory Y Otten, American ’96 *Gerald W Oursler, Ohio State ’66 Taylor R Owens, Georgia Tech ’07 Ronald R Pacini, Southern California ’55 Ray Eugene Page, Iowa ’70 Fred H Page, Connecticut ’79 David S Paladino, Embry-Riddle ’81 Robert M Pallas, Western Michigan ’69 Walter W Papciak, Wayne State ’61 Michael R Papciak, Wayne State ’63 *Robert G Parker, Abracadabra ’37 *Richard F Parrish, Iowa ’31 Paul G Parry, Illinois ’83 Howard A Partch, Illinois ’63 Edward Pascavage, Embry-Riddle ’96 Donald A Payne, Michigan State ’63 Peter Bradford Peard, Hobart ’51 Charles M Pearre, Texas ’66 James A Pearson, Purdue ’55 William M Peek, Michigan State ’48 *Eugene K Pembroke, Miami ’49 Jonathan P Perret, Louisiana Tech ’94 Douglas L Peters, Sacramento ’86 *Donald L Peters, Oregon State ’42 *Charles L Peterson, Iowa State ’40 *Wiley K Peterson, Arizona ’28 William W Peterson, Abracadabra ’52 Donald C Petite, Long Beach ’75 Thomas J Petitto, Michigan State ’93 *Donald Roy Pettit, DePauw ’60 *Carl W Petzold, Purdue ’30 Paul J Phillips, Kettering-A ’03 James M Pickle, Georgia ’83 Daniel G Pilling, Michigan State ’84 *Albert T Pitman, Ohio State ’41 Peter Polites, Ohio State ’59 Richard A Pollard, Penn State ’68 Jerry D Pontius, DePauw ’56 Cary F Poole, Auburn ’80 *Miller J Poppleton, Ohio State ’28 Daniel S Porter, Georgia Tech ’06 Richard W Post, Hayward ’93 Wayne H Potter, Truman State ’91 Mark D Powell, New Haven ’86 Mark A Powell, Georgia Tech ’06 Rodney A Prall, Central Missouri ’84 Arthur J Preller, Cornell ’99 Michael A Prestash, Bryant ’95 Lloyd L Prevett, Illinois ’66 Marcus E Price, Louisiana Tech ’02 *James D Price, Eastern Illinois ’74 *Burroughs H Price, Pennsylvania ’41 Thomas J Provencher, Long Beach ’81 Michael A Provencher, Mississippi State ’03 Julian K Ptomey, Livingston Alumnus Francis J Puleo, Penn State ’65 Joe Winford Pyle, Houston ’61 *Ellsworth Quinlan, Abracadabra Alumnus Charles E Racine, DePauw ’59 *Howard L Randall, Oregon State ’40 Daniel J Recker, Mississippi State ’81 Peter R Redding, New Haven ’97 Jerrold H Rehmar, Miami ’57 Mark T Reilly, New Hampshire ’87 John J Reilly, Union ’83 William E Reimer, Penn State ’45 *Fred Reinders, Iowa State ’28 Theodore R Resnik, Kansas ’67 Edward P Rich, Washington ’58 *Charles T Richards, Illinois ’34 Mark V Rickabaugh, Purdue ’62 *William A Riddle, Penn State ’33 Edward L Ripley, Southern California ’54 *Robert A Rissell, Union ’63 *Albert J Ristimaki, Osgoode Hall ’72 *Alan L Ritter, DePauw ’35 John C Rivers, Clemson Alumnus *James R Roach, SMU ’50 Christopher Kregg Roberson, Ferrum ’16 Jeff T Roberts, Central Michigan ’85 *Roy Lee Roberts, Arizona ’26 John F Robertson, Kansas ’69 Neil A Robertson, Illinois ’64 Malcolm W Robertson, Louisville ’92 Timothy S Robinson, Mississippi State ’86 Jose F Rodas, Maryland ’95 Donald Edward Rodda, Indiana ’69 Joseph E Roe, Michigan State ’85 Douglas Rohde, Oklahoma State ’69 James H Rohrer, Miami ’63 Matthew G Rolland, Delaware ’91 Terry R Rombalski, Michigan State ’82 Alan H Rook, San Diego ’72 *Glenn J Rose, Michigan State ’49 David Rosenfeld, Florida ’83 Daniel C Roskom, Oshkosh ’75 Michael E Ross, North Dakota ’01 Allen D Roth, Lehigh ’78 Emanuel L Rouvelas, Washington ’65 Gerald H Rowe, Western Michigan ’63 Kevin J Rowe, Illinois ’81 *Robert M Rowett, Idaho ’53 Timothy R Rudeen, Idaho ’78 Stephen W Rupe, Michigan State ’76 Phillip Russell, Louisiana Tech ’11 Charles D Rutt, Central Missouri ’79 Charles F Ryan, Purdue ’62 Michael V Sadlowski, Michigan State ’77 Marcus A Salinas, Texas A&M ’89 Connor K Salm, Indiana ’48 Erich J Sanchack, Behrend ’92 *Arthur R Sandberg, Eastern Illinois ’72 Ronald T Sandow, Idaho ’00 Milton L Sandy, Mississippi State ’66 *R Harrison Sanford, Washington ’26

J Bradley Sargent, Illinois ’83 *John R Scatterday, DePauw ’50 John H Schaefer, Connecticut ’66 Jim A Schaffner, Illinois ’67 Jerome R Schechter, Florida ’70 *Cleo A Schemp, Miami ’50 Michael R Schiavoni, Iowa ’65 Jonathan M L Schlueter, Kettering-A ’01 Andrew L Schmidt, Appalachian State ’89 Peter F Schmidt, Union ’60 *Donald Schnedeker, Purdue ’49 Eric M Schneider, Eastern Washington ’85 Larry M Schneider, Florida ’73 Frank T Schnorrenberg, Ohio State ’59 Jack Schofield, Lake Forest ’56 Jonathan M Schofield, Connecticut ’62 *Walter Scholl, Cornell ’41 Thomas R Schuck, DePauw ’72 Russell L Schuetz, Lehigh ’75 *William H Schulte, Miami ’52 Richard R Schultz, Florida ’67 David C Schulz, Auburn ’60 *Philip W Schumacher, Penn State ’48 Leroy J Schurmeier, DePauw ’59 George H Schwary, Southern California ’55 Richard G Schweikhardt, Washington ’64 William J Scott, Alabama ’65 C J Scott, Oklahoma ’59 Richard J Scott, Long Beach ’70 *Donald E Scriven, Illinois ’40 *Howard S Seibert, Ohio State ’36 John D Seidel, Iowa State ’82 Eldon E Senner, Illinois ’67 Don A Seufert, Kansas ’74 Mark G Sexton, Missouri ’93 Michael A Shamblin, Virginia Tech ’92 Samuel Shapiro, NC State Alumnus *James M Shaw, Cornell ’45 Robert L Shedd, Idaho ’61 Justin P Sherman, Central Missouri ’08 *J Ross Sherohman, Houston ’66 Corey C Shigematsu, Southern California ’97 Jeremy D Shiliga, Western Illinois ’99 *Wallace T Shinkle, Iowa ’57 *Robert L Shofstall, Purdue ’79 *Henry M Shook, Illinois ’30 *Maurice Shulman, Syracuse ’15 *Richard W Shumar, Western Michigan ’57 *Paul D Siebert, Ohio State ’49 John T Siefert, DePauw ’89 Steven M Simerka, Michigan State ’84 Robert P Simon, Penn State ’41 *Gordon Simpson, Texas ’15 James A Simpson, Mississippi State ’87 John W Slade, Denison Alumnus Randall R Slater, Iowa State ’79 *Robert C Sleight, Union ’34 Mark D Sluss, Missouri State ’87 Geary M Smith, Fullerton ’72 Robert C Smith, Jr, Louisiana Tech ’03 Christopher E W Smith, Louisville ’88 Nathaniel K Smith, Embry-Riddle ’01 Paul E Smith, Parsons ’68 Stephen L Smith, Ohio State ’69 Randy J Smith, Ball State ’76 Joel R Smith, Auburn ’53 Eric M Smith, Southern Illinois ’85 Ronald E Smith, Tri-State ’76 Richard E Smoot, SMU ’72 Ronald H Snow, Auburn ’63 *Robert C Snyder, Ohio State ’30 Russell C Sobelman, Massachusetts ’71 Sidney L Soldwish, Iowa State ’65 *Eric Sonnich, Purdue ’26 Donald R Sorensen, Purdue ’56 Bryan D Sorge, DePauw ’87 Arthur S Spangler, Hobart ’71 Richard A Sperling, Western Michigan ’65 Michael A Spica, Marquette ’00 Salvatore Spinola, Connecticut ’63 Frank L Spittle, Texas Western ’65 Mark R Stahl, Indiana ’80 *C Alan Stanfield, Auburn ’63 James R Starr, Iowa ’73 John T Stasny, Purdue ’57 *Paul H Stearns, Hobart ’51 *James C Steffan, Ohio State ’22 Michael D Stehlik, DePauw ’86 Mark D Stephany, Iowa ’02 Donald F Sternard, Illinois ’83 *George E Stewart, Kansas ’34 William C Stewart, Miami ’51 Francis M Stewart, Valdosta ’81 Robert D Still, Northwest Missouri ’78 Carl J Stock, Gannon ’80 James A Stolfi, Connecticut ’86 Kevin R Stonner, Northwest Missouri ’79 *Donald M Stookey, Washington ’56 Charles W Stopp, Pittsburgh Alumnus *Donald B Stoughton, Ohio State ’51 *Edward J Strasma, DePauw ’30 William C Strohm, Mississippi State ’85 Rudolph H Stuppnig, Michigan State ’55 *Walter Sturm, Illinois ’49 Jay R Sturm, Illinois ’51 *William J Summerville, Miami ’34 *Robert H Suter, Illinois Faculty *William A Suter, SMU ’49 *Philip G Sutton, Purdue ’58 Arthur W Sutton, Georgia ’72 Paul J Swanson, Illinois ’55 Scott R Sward, Miami ’72 *Herbert P Swartz, Kentucky ’37 Alvaro Tafur, Creighton ’89 Walter C Taggart, Purdue ’59 Douglas J Tapp, Oklahoma State ’82 M Haluk Taysi, Washington State ’64 Robert D Telep, Embry-Riddle ’97 Jordan G Teramo, Cornell ’95 *James R Theaker, Southern California ’55 *Paul J Thoma, Illinois ’27 Steven W Thomas, Augusta ’84 Jay D Thomas, Louisiana Tech ’07 *Karam John Thomas, LSU ’50 William L Thomas, Georgia Southern ’87

Clayton R Thompson, Oklahoma State ’82 Jack A Thoner, Southern California ’55 Eric Edward Thoreson, Washington ’65 *Robert D Thornburg, Ball State ’64 *David G Tibma, Purdue ’53 *Howard Tillson, Iowa State ’31 Lawrence T Tingen, Augusta Alumnus Ronald T Topping, Connecticut ’58 Troy M Tossy, Cal Poly ’91 *Norman F Tower, DePauw ’34 Karl Traeger, Duquesne ’06 Kenneth S Tramel, DePauw ’81 Nicholas G Trial, Auburn ’94 Zachary S Tribble, Georgia Tech ’08 *John C Trussell, Cornell ’28 *Joseph A Tufigno, Minnesota ’50 David T Tumbry, Texas ’03 Daniel R Turner, Embry-Riddle ’93 *David Wade Turner, Arizona ’60 *Alois W Uek, Wisconsin ’32 Barry A Umbs, Milwaukee ’70 Glenn A Usery, Central Missouri ’86 Richard J Van Stell, Western Illinois ’93 Manoj R Varma, Massachusetts ’88 Philip P Vineyard, Michigan State ’68 *Richard L Wagner, Cornell ’42 Gordon P Wagner, SMU ’49 Christopher F Waite, Florida ’89 John G Walker, Auburn ’55 Webster U Walker, Rollins ’57 *Wilbur L Walter, DePauw ’32 *Donald S Walter, Idaho ’50 David T Warford, Minnesota ’65 *Edwin E Warner, DePauw ’38 *Otis S Warr, Virginia ’35 *Fred H Warren, Iowa State ’25 *James E Warren, Auburn ’58 *Phil L Waterman, Illinois ’30 *Robert Lee Wathen, Western Michigan ’56 *Richard D Watson, Washington State ’49 Brian D Waxler, Connecticut ’81 *Charles M Webber, Illinois ’32 Thomas D Webber, Michigan State ’94 James Richard Wein, Cornell ’65 *Gen James S Welch, Stanford ’48 Robert Lewis Weldon, Penn State ’69 Anthony Wellenreiter, Osgoode Hall ’64 *Irving L Wells, Stanford ’40 Frederic K Welts, Washington ’75 J Richard Wenker, Arizona ’51 Ellwood V Werry, Idaho ’51 Dean C Werst, Oregon State ’62 *Carl L Westin, Purdue ’45 *James E Wheat, Kansas ’52 William E Wheeler, Arizona ’83 Alexander P Wheelock, Mississippi State ’00 *Kenneth S White, Penn State ’44 *James M White, Idaho ’59 *William L White, DePauw ’53 William G Whitney, Iowa ’59 Gregory A Williams, Oklahoma ’87 Russell K Williams, Georgia Southern ’05 William D Wilson, DePauw ’75 Richard A Wilson, Kent State ’04 R Kim Wilson, Iowa State ’77 *Wilbur Wilson, Oklahoma ’34 *Grover Wilson, Miami ’47 Jonathan D Wilson, Texas State ’05 Ralph O Wilson, Kentucky ’51 Henry F Winchester, Michigan ’51 Jackson E Winters, Denison ’88 Michael J Wirtz, Northwest Missouri ’84 Jack N Wismer, Western Michigan ’68 *Carl F Woessner, DePauw ’43 *Walter R Woirol, Washington ’41 *John Paul Wollam, Texas ’46 Richard L Wood, Tri-State ’71 *Timothy M Woodbury, DePauw ’62 Chris Woodruff-Jackson, Texas Tech ’94 Donald C Woodward, Illinois ’57 Eric V Woodworth, Oklahoma State ’94 *Thomas Z Wright, Oklahoma ’34 Geoffrey D S Wright, Union ’70 *Wendell S Wright, DePauw ’38 Robert J Wynne, New Haven ’82 *James Henry Wysong, DePauw ’55 Alvin I Yamashiro, Hobart ’66 Hassell E Yates, Valdosta ’74 James F Yeager, SMU ’77 Timothy A Yochum, Truman State ’83 *B Joe Youngblood, SMU ’51 Harold P Younger, Oklahoma State ’60 *Eugene J Zander, Wisconsin ’28 *Gust C Zarnas, Ohio State ’38 Ben A Zelazny, Chico ’92 Kevin W Zeller, Denison ’71 William Zeus, Lehigh ’70 Ludwig Ziegelmair, Hobart ’57 Richard H Zimmerman, Michigan State ’56 Emory W Zimmers, Lehigh ’65 Alan S Zuberbuehler, Oshkosh ’73 *Walter H Zukof, Iowa Alumnus Philip H Zwergel, Western Michigan ’59

Founder’s Circle $1,000-$2,499 Douglas H Abel, Washington ’55 Roger E Abernathy, Texas ’50 Alex A Accetta, Long Beach ’75 Steven L Adams, Northern Iowa ’81 Craig H Adams, DePauw ’90 Daniel J Adams, Mississippi State ’98 Ronald L Adolphi, Washington ’68 Calvin K Agger, Illinois ’49 *Anthony W Albano, Florida ’75 Jeffrey H Albright, Chico ’87 James Wylie Almand, Florida ’72 Robert L Amstadter, UCLA ’57 Martin R Anastasio, Connecticut ’63 Charles F Anderson, Iowa State ’49

James A Anderson, Wash State Alumnus Gary S Andrasko, Alabama ’75 Jimmy D Andrews, Georgia Tech ’92 Sid Edward Anton, Michigan State ’50 Tod A Anton, Southern California ’51 Timothy P Arenberg, Illinois ’79 *John D Armstrong, DePauw ’40 John M Ashley, Texas ’43 Vernon E Askew, Oklahoma State ’56 Dennis A Ault, Ball State ’72 Kirk Monroe Avery, Georgia Tech Alumnus *Edgar S Bagley, UCLA ’35 John M Bailitz, Illinois ’95 *William M Baldwin, Stanford ’63 Jon W Ball, Illinois ’76 *Morris Barnett, Oregon State ’41 James R Bartlett, DePauw ’66 Basil T Bauch, Purdue Alumnus *Glen J Beams, Indiana ’38 Robert A Beardsley, Iowa ’83 David B Becker, DePauw ’75 *Garth D Becker, Penn State ’53 Albert B Becker, Washington ’64 *George D Bedell, Michigan State ’41 Ronald S Beerman, Miami ’96 Jeffrey C Bell, Arizona ’80 Robert F Benbow, Illinois ’61 *Robert L Bence, Purdue ’28 Richard W Bennett, Idaho ’67 David L Bennett, Michigan State ’82 James A Bennett, Mississippi State ’76 Robert B Bennett, Central Michigan ’90 Robert F Bennett, Idaho ’76 Douglas R Berg, Illinois ’83 Kenneth A Bergman, Iowa ’51 Jeffrey K Betzoldt, Colorado ’85 Christopher J Beukenkamp, GA Tech ’97 *Joseph L Bevirt, Missouri ’53 Vernon F Beyer, Miami ’59 Stephen M Bianchi, Northeastern ’79 Nathan T Bibus, Iowa State ’97 *John Biggers, SMU ’55 Jimi Bingham, Southern California ’79 Steven J Bizzell, Louisville ’88 *Alex Black, Kentucky ’29 Shaun K Black, Georgia Tech ’04 *Gerald W Blackburn, Texas ’36 Charles H Blunt, Iowa ’59 *Arlie R Bobo, Florida ’70 Phillip E Born, Idaho ’77 Michael K Boudreau, Georgia Tech ’93 *Robert Lee Branch, LSU ’49 Michael G Braun, Illinois ’94 Alan H Brightman, Kansas ’67 Phillip A Brooks, Kettering-B ’02 *Harry Reece Brown, DePauw ’30 Thomas G Brown, Appalachian State ’90 Garrett N Brown, Idaho ’99 Chad A Brue, Colorado ’95 *J Royce Bryant, Alabama ’57 Joel H Bryden, San Diego ’79 *Richard H Buchanan, Iowa State ’58 Gary S Buck, Illinois State ’79 Walter Scott Buffham, Oklahoma State ’85 *John P Burkell, Behrend ’96 *Gleim S Burkhart, Miami ’34 Donald M Burney, Ohio State ’52 Milan G Busta, Ohio State ’46 John R Byers, Cornell ’54 Jeff Cain, Florida ’75 Robert D Campbell, Idaho ’96 Edward G Capps, Appalachian State ’86 Brian E Capps, Central Missouri ’78 Todd G Caraway, Florida ’94 C Larry Carmichael, Iowa State ’58 Thomas W Carneal, NW Missouri Faculty John M Carpenter, Penn State ’57 Timothy J Carper, Idaho ’79 Robert G Cass, Oklahoma State ’84 Alvaro J Castillo, Long Beach ’97 Gary W Caulkins, Cal Poly ’68 Paul G Cavalli, Western Michigan ’72 Gregory M Cazel, Illinois ’84 Charles A Champ, Michigan State ’54 Douglas A Chananie, East Carolina ’07 Ed S Charles, Ohio State ’34 Charles A Cheatham, Louisiana Tech ’88 George I Chesley, Michigan State ’64 Wayne A Christ, Iowa State ’79 *Arthur C Christman, Penn State ’44 Matthew J Claflin, Louisiana Tech ’99 David M Clapper, Michigan State ’70 Ralph T Cleage, Auburn ’70 *William M Clements, Washington ’58 J Lee Clements, Embry-Riddle ’80 *Gordon L Clemmons, SMU ’41 *Thomas E Code, Iowa State ’53 Leland Dean Cole, Kansas ’61 *Charles M Cole, Iowa ’37 Gary Robert Coleman, Marquette Alumnus *John E Coleman, Cornell ’29 *J Ferrell Colton, Arizona ’37 *Carter M Comaford, Stanford ’58 *Everett L Comings, Washington ’60 *Frederick Connally, Texas ’25 Frederick H Connell, Alabama ’65 *John C Conroy, Michigan ’50 Arthur Ray Cooper, Sacramento ’68 Albert A Coppola, Connecticut ’55 Steven A Corbett, Valdosta ’77 *Rhes H Cornelius, Arizona ’24 Kevin M Costner, Fullerton ’77 *David R Courant, Oregon State ’69 *John Cousley, Penn State ’39 *Jeffrey A Cove, Southern California ’68 Paul A Cox, Sacramento ’87 Gordon L Cox, Michigan ’59 *O R Cram, Kansas ’40 James F Crawford, Syracuse ’69 Michael J Cripe, DePauw ’63 E Bryant Crutchfield, Auburn ’59 Dennis K Cuffel, Indiana ’86 Clark H Cummins, Minnesota ’56 Daniel E Curriden, Lehigh ’90 *Parnell S Curry, Southern California ’49

Friendship | Character | Justice | Education

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*Horace D’Angelo, Michigan State ’57 William Y Dabney, SMU ’44 Mark S Dabran, Central Michigan ’84 Robert W Dade, Auburn ’68 D Drew Dalgetty, Idaho ’00 Drew M Dallet, Kent State ’93 John F Daniels, Illinois ’61 Leslie J Davidson, Oklahoma State ’66 J Reed Davis, Appalachian State ’02 *Owen R Davison, DePauw ’37 Michael R Davy, Mankato ’01 P Russell Day, Texas ’50 *D Dick De Line, Michigan ’50 *Joseph M De Nardi, Miami ’27 Frank S Dean, Washington ’58 David L DeBari, Florida ’84 *Loren A Deer, DePauw ’34 *John J Deering, Columbia ’29 Joseph J DeFazio, Fredonia ’92 Richard B DeGraff, Florida ’71 Roderic E Deines, Kansas ’58 *J Scott DeLee, SMU ’43 David R Dent, DePauw ’63 *Paul W Deppert, DePauw ’47 John Edward Derwort, Eastern Illinois ’68 Stephen M Desens, Minnesota ’70 Gary Jon Deys, Hobart ’66 Berardino J DiBernardi, CA Univ-PA ’76 David M Dickens, DePauw ’87 *Stanley B Dickson, Michigan State ’47 William R Diefenbach, Connecticut ’83 *Col Arthur H Dietz, Washington ’56 James M Dinneen, Lehigh ’64 William A Dittmore, Michigan State ’65 Scott Dixon, Illinois ’76 James K Dobey, Abracadabra ’40 Christopher J Domke, Illinois ’86 Justin C Donnelly, Kent State ’02 David S Doty, Minnesota ’52 Andrew J Douglas, Oregon State ’77 Keith M Douglass, Kansas City ’79 Christopher J Douville, Sacramento ’86 Kenneth E Dover, Missouri ’80 Dana L Dow, Gorham State ’73 John E Dramm, Illinois ’50 Donald H Driemeier, DePauw ’60 *Russell H Driscoll, Florida ’57 Jack C Dryden, Kansas ’53 Cabe T Duncan, Georgia Tech ’05 Benjamin D Dundas, South Florida ’09 *John T Dunn, Penn State ’37 J Dixon Earley, Lehigh ’63 *James D Eason, Lehigh ’84 Hon John E Eberle, Osgoode Hall ’55 Quinn E Eddins, Marquette ’94 *Robert E Edgerly, Penn State ’43 Thomas E Edmunds, Georgia ’78 Duncan W Edwards, Oklahoma State ’68 *James Erwin Egger, Ohio State ’46 Matthew S Ehrhart, Illinois ’83 Rich P Ellingsworth, Cornell ’70 Harold H Elliott, Osgoode Hall ’55 Kevin M Emery, California Univ-PA ’99 Howard O Emorey, Michigan State ’51 Donald E Enright, Oregon State ’65 Gary Gene Eskew, Idaho ’68 Joshua Patrick Evans, Massachusetts ’10 *Charles M Evans, Penn State ’32 Neil E Fackler, Denison ’76 *Roland A Fagre, Iowa State ’43 Walter J Farrell, Stanford ’51 Byron Lee Farrell, Purdue ’62 Dale J Faubert, Chico ’89 David Mark Feder, Illinois ’85 William M Feldman, Illinois ’75 *B Fiske Field, DePauw ’47 Mark Andrew Fifer, South Florida ’09 Piero Fioravanti, Whitewater ’92 Lindsay Fleck, SMU ’52 Stanley W Fletchall, Missouri Western ’76 George M Flynn, Illinois ’77 Ronald W Force, Iowa State ’63 Robert R Frame, Penn State ’53 Daniel R Frattin, Embry-Riddle ’96 James E Friestad, Illinois ’78 Donald D Fuqua, Livingston ’73 *Tom S Gable, Michigan State ’47 David R Gallagher, Embry-Riddle ’78 Andrew Alan Garfrerick, Georgia Tech ’09 James T Garrett, Fullerton ’68 Ronald D Garrison, Georgia ’72 John C Garvey, SMU ’63 David R Gault, Illinois State ’81 Russell E Geiger, Ohio State ’47 Harold M Gibbons, Michigan ’50 Scott S Gibson, Washington ’82 *David A Gillespie, Illinois ’27 Andrew C Gilligan, Arizona ’77 Michael J Gitzendanner, Tri-State ’99 *Donald Ray Glancy, DePauw ’49 *Ralph L Godshalk, Penn State ’20 Steven D Goldstein, Iowa ’82 Tommy L Goodwin, Alabama ’69 Thomas E Gordon, Illinois ’74 Raymond E Gotshall, Ohio State ’52 Adrian Gottschalk, Texas A&M ’98 Joseph F Gradisher, Michigan ’79 *Tyson N Graves, Idaho ’99 *J Nick Gray, Missouri ’56 Michael Lee Greedy, Fullerton ’67 *Thomas Gregorovich, Purdue ’62 Stephen M Grosman, Virginia Tech ’94 Jack Grossman, Rowan ’92 *Kirke Grutzmacher, Kansas ’52 Michael A Guerino, California Univ-PA ’79 David S Gunzel, Texas Alumnus Craig M Gustin, Purdue ’65 Glenn J Guth, Illinois ’73 Enrique M Guzman, Bowling Green ’00 Robert S Gwiasda, Illinois ’92 John M Hairston, Mississippi State ’87 John M Hale, Iowa ’72 Thomas W Halupnik, Iowa ’70 Walter S Hammert, Oklahoma Alumnus D Kent Hamrick, Illinois ’62

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Thomas D Haney, Kansas State ’70 Robert A Hanley, Union ’48 Brian M Hansen, Idaho ’02 William E Harlor, Ohio State ’69 T Lyle Harlor, DePauw ’48 Rodney Harris, Livingston ’69 Thomas L Hart, Ball State ’60 *Henry W Hartsfield, Auburn ’54 *Albert F Hastings, Arizona ’29 R P Hatch, Abracadabra ’50 Joseph C Hawkins, American ’96 William F Hayes, Auburn ’65 Michael J Hebert, Bryant ’98 Randall B Heemer, Gannon ’79 *Kenneth W Heist, Arizona ’41 Hamilton B Henderson, NW Missouri Faculty Douglas J Henry, Minnesota ’88 Mark P Herberger, Chico ’95 Robert L Hertel, Southern California ’52 John W Hess, Creighton ’75 Wayland Ray Hicks, Indiana ’65 *Maurice J Hill, Indiana ’42 David L Hill, Illinois ’83 John M Hill, Illinois ’82 William G Hillier, Illinois ’81 Thomas D Hillmer, Iowa ’84 Frank C Hinds, Illinois Faculty Norman P Hines, SMU ’50 Edward H Hirsch, Hobart ’56 Richard P Hise, Iowa State ’55 *Harold Hitchins, SMU ’43 *John E Hoadley, DePauw ’50 James R Hodgson, Illinois ’71 Paul C Hoeffer, Wisconsin ’90 Louis Mark Hoerrner, Kennesaw ’10 Richard E Hoff, Illinois ’77 James E Hoffheins, Lehigh ’67 Stephen M Hogan, Illinois ’84 Thomas M Holden, Osgoode Hall ’50 James M Holland, DePauw ’54 Jack T Hollenback, Washington ’67 *Harry Parl Holman, Southern Cal ’57 *Julian R Holmes, Tri-State Alumnus *William D Holmes, Illinois ’51 *Robert E Holzgrafe, DePauw ’46 John W Horch, Iowa State ’59 *Lester K Horn, Ohio State ’45 Max L Hoskins, Idaho ’68 *Kenneth Housholder, SMU ’42 Carl Howard, DePauw ’42 Marvin E Howell, Michigan State ’51 *Arthur F Humphrey, Montclair Alumnus Charles C Humphries, Florida ’49 David R Hunt, Mississippi State ’64 Wallace S Hutcheon, Penn State ’54 Phillip M Hutchinson, Marquette ’90 Paul W Hutchison, Mississippi State ’72 *Melvin J Huxtable, Kansas ’48 Marc G Hynes, Abracadabra ’67 Allen P Iftiger, Southern California ’90 Chris S Ikehara, Cal Poly ’92 *Ned Irish, Union ’62 *E Edward Isaac, DePauw ’29 John D Isaacs, Kansas ’76 Hiroshi Itoh, Wayne State ’61 William R Janowski, SMU ’57 *Frank Jantac, Illinois ’30 *Paul G Jasper, Indiana ’32 Daniel L Jeakins, Illinois ’71 *Andrew O Jensen, SMU ’41 Fred L Jessup, Idaho ’05 Stephen C Johansen, Hobart ’64 Frederick B Johns, Lehigh ’90 R Keith Johnson, Indiana ’61 Peter Shaw Johnson, Oshkosh ’74 Scott E Johnson, Auburn ’81 Billy B Johnston, Kansas City ’72 Michael C Johnston, Oklahoma State ’78 Clark G Jue, Southern California ’94 Terence P Kahn, Southern California ’65 *John A Kahoun, Chicago-Kent ’28 William C Kallander, Old Dominion ’96 Edward A Kangas, Kansas ’66 Michael E Kasamis, Purdue ’81 Maurice J Keesey, Parsons ’68 George C Kelchner, Penn State ’64 Thomas E Kelleher, Illinois ’77 Bertram F Kelly, Troy State ’89 *David Frederick Kent, Osgoode Hall ’58 Sean F Kilfoil, Gorham State ’87 Kap Soo Kim, Florida ’57 William C King, Western Michigan ’66 Jeff Kingsbury, Ball State ’91 David Emery Kinnan, Penn State ’68 Neal E Kitchell, DePauw ’72 Seth A Klarman, Cornell ’79 Kenneth R Klutzke, Purdue ’78 Earl L Knauss, Kansas ’55 William C Knoblauch, Sacramento ’68 August J Koebbe, Southeast Missouri ’78 David C Koelsch, Idaho ’69 B G Adam Koltz, Iowa State ’65 William J Kooistra, Iowa State ’79 Christopher S Kopech, Texas ’05 *Franklin B Krauss, Pennsylvania ’22 Brandon L Krugman, Marquette ’03 Donald F Kruse, Cornell ’52 Armin A Kuhlman, Missouri ’67 Thomas S Kuntz, Ball State ’80 Nadeem A Kureshi, Penn State ’85 Robert P LaBouy, Washington ’66 David W LaCour, LSU ’91 Michael D Lafever, Florida ’81 *Roger Lee Larson, Iowa State ’65 *Wayne A Lavendusky, Houston ’65 Mark A Law, Iowa ’97 Alfred L Leavitt, Oregon State ’57 Peter John Leets, Indiana ’69 Christopher W Leibman, Illinois ’96 Scott H Leigh, Missouri State ’90 Leon L Lemaire, Connecticut ’57 *Frederick Wayne Leonhardt, Florida ’71 *Glen B Lerch, Wisconsin ’26 Paul Young Lin, Abracadabra ’64 Gregory E Lindsay, Indiana ’70

Delta Chi Quarterly | January 2016

Richard J Lintner, Michigan State ’47 Kevin M LoCicero, Marquette ’90 John Henry Locklin, Penn State ’63 Randall G Loftis, Southeast Missouri ’82 Shane P Long, Georgia Tech ’99 Horace H Look, Southern Illinois ’63 Mark J Luginbill, Illinois ’74 Raymond W Luken, Illinois ’50 John R Lushbaugh, Ohio State ’49 Richard A Lutes, DePauw ’72 Mark T Luttier, Florida ’77 James M Mabbutt, Sacramento ’86 *Russell C MacFall, NYU ’22 *Robert A Magnusson, Illinois ’55 George M Maher, Illinois ’77 Argelio A Maldonado, Florida ’70 Robert F Mallon, Embry-Riddle ’93 B Robert Malouf, Southern California ’71 *Rowland R Manatt, Iowa State ’21 *Charles T Manatt, Iowa State ’58 *Raymond E Manning, LSU ’42 Leonard M Manning Sr, Augusta ’81 *Richard Mariscal, Arizona State ’60 Christopher P Marois, Florida ’88 *William D Marshall, Idaho ’39 Gerald J Martin, Connecticut ’62 Michael A Martinez, Michigan State ’82 William E Mattinson, Ohio State ’54 *Donald S Maurer, Penn State ’20 John M Mauro, Chico ’94 Ronald J May, Florida ’74 Newman E McAllister, Kansas City ’64 *Earl E McCann, Connecticut ’58 *Richard H McCarty, DePauw ’51 Kenneth T McCoig, Embry-Riddle ’02 Charles W McConnell, DePauw ’61 Steven R McCowan, Embry-Riddle ’98 *Kenneth R McCune, Fullerton ’69 *John E McDaniels, Oklahoma ’58 Michael B McFarland, Oklahoma State ’86 Brent L McGill, Texas ’00 *George L McGinness, Penn State ’29 *Bernard T McGivern, Union ’49 *Jerry L McGriff, Livingston ’67 C Wade McGuffey, Georgia ’73 Arthur B McIntyre, Abracadabra ’51 Paul D McKinnis, Western Michigan ’66 Michael J McLain, Iowa State ’78 Douglas O McLemore, Miami ’69 John H McPherson, Jr, App State ’91 Joseph G Meredith, Penn State ’57 Joseph D Messerman, Penn State ’54 George Meyer, Michigan State ’54 Daniel A Mica, Florida Alumnus Dennis L Miendersma, Embry-Riddle ’72 *William C Miller, SMU ’27 John R Miller, Ohio State ’50 Ronald J Mix, Southern California ’60 Kenneth J Moll, Michigan ’98 Paul A Monaco, Connecticut ’59 Louis C Mone, Arizona ’62 Larry Gene Moore, DePauw ’61 *Maurice L Moore, Florida ’30 Jonathan D Moore, NC State ’90 Guy C Morin, Massachusetts ’82 Michael Kevin Morrissey, Fullerton ’82 *George L Morrow, Cornell ’43 Robert Lamar Mouch, Ohio State ’49 *Wm H Mountain, Buffalo ’31 *Clifton E Mowrer, Penn State ’21 Jack Muntz, Auburn ’61 Robert P Muratore, Lehigh ’79 Timothy P Murkett, Connecticut ’89 Andrew S Nachamie, Penn State ’84 *Charles R Naeser, Wisconsin ’31 *John R Nalley, Ohio State ’51 Michael A Nangano, Southern Cal ’82 Henry T Nazdrowicz, Youngstown ’73 *Henry H Neel, Stanford ’34 Martin O Nelson, Washington ’71 Kenneth W Nelson, Kansas ’72 Dolph F Nelson, Auburn ’69 Richard E Nelson, Kansas ’71 Dale J Neuman, Oregon State ’66 John C Nevin, Fullerton ’69 Marc Alan Nichols, Iowa State ’68 Jerry D Nininger, Fullerton ’69 Phillip L Noe, Florida ’92 Evan G Nolan, American ’01 Jon L Norris, Connecticut ’63 Larry K Nothnagel, Truman State ’79 Robert L Novak, Illinois ’02 Gregory A O’Berry, Illinois ’82 *Harry W O’Connor, Columbia ’33 Harold W O’Connor, Southern Cal ’55 Fanning T Oakley, Washington State ’53 *James H Obear, DePauw ’27 James D Olson, Tri-State ’73 Richard A Olsson, Long Beach ’75 Richard C Oppelt, Cornell ’75 Alexis V Oreta, South Florida ’06 Timothy E Ovel, Northern Iowa Alumnus J Tommy Overcash, Mississippi State ’78 Rene C Owczarski, Kettering-B ’02 Kori Dominic Padron, Florida ’10 Matthew H Paine, Indiana ’97 Connor W Patman, Texas ’42 Jonathan C Paugh, Texas ’98 C Don Paulsell, Illinois ’65 William C Paye, Michigan State ’80 William K Peairs, Ohio State ’72 *Conrad F Pearson, Abracadabra ’51 *Harvey J Pearson, Stanford ’31 *Arthur J A Peltier, Michigan ’49 Ralph L Pernice, Rollins ’52 Joseph A Perry, American ’93 John Ray Perry, Kansas City ’57 *Evan R Peters, Washington ’27 Vincent R Petrecca, Connecticut ’62 Kurt S Petry, Ball State ’82 Gregory A Philiotis, Illinois ’85 Jeffrey E Philiph, Iowa State ’82 Ronald Wayne Phillips, II, W Carolina ’94 *Wilbur L Pickering, DePauw Alumnus Joseph C Pickett, Troy State ’66

William Alan Pinto, Florida ’69 *James H Plummer, Penn State ’37 *Herbert R Pohl, SMU ’49 Bennett D Polack, Alberta ’00 John J Polakowski, Michigan State ’83 George M Powell, Indiana ’79 F Verne Powell, Indiana ’74 *Richard B Preu, Rollins ’52 John H Price, Troy State ’74 Paul J Prutzman, Lehigh ’66 Brendan K Puthoff, Texas ’01 Karl Bonawit Putnam, Texas ’70 Gordon Rains, Southern Illinois ’70 Myron E Ranney, Michigan State ’56 Charles Edward Ray, DePauw ’58 Drew M Reavis, North Carolina State ’95 *Jacob Reck, Georgetown ’26 Michael E Regan, New Haven ’83 Richard C Reilly, Lehigh ’67 Jack Mel Rider, Southern California ’51 Michael D Rimer, Penn State ’86 *Paul Risinger, Purdue ’30 George S Robbins, Wisconsin ’40 Christopher W Roberts, Eastern Illinois ’83 *Burton W Roberts, Southern California ’37 Stephen J Robinson, DePauw ’04 Derek S Roh, Auburn ’94 Edward M Roob, DePauw ’56 *Homer R Ross, Stanford ’35 *Lynn G Rowells, Illinois ’48 Jack Lee Ryals, Florida ’68 Thomas W Rymer, Georgia ’70 *Arthur W Sackrison, Illinois ’51 Scott J Saldana, Illinois ’93 John Samore, Southern California ’94 John Samore, Southern California ’67 John J Sampanes, Western Michigan ’64 Glenn A Sarigumba, Georgia Tech ’96 John W Sauer, Purdue ’71 *Robert D Schabacker, Iowa ’59 Scott A Schaefer, Iowa State ’85 *Farrington T Schaeffer, Illinois ’33 John G Schanner, Embry-Riddle ’95 Gregory S Scherrer, Georgia Tech ’99 David W Schimming, Georgia Tech ’92 Gary N Schmedding, Missouri ’61 *Irvin W Schoeninger, Illinois ’28 *G Walter Scott, DePauw ’37 *George L Seaton, Iowa State ’23 Stephen P Selfridge, Georgia Tech ’01 Mark M Seman, Youngstown ’73 J Dean Semon, SMU ’82 Donald W Shaffer, Michigan ’53 William R Shelton, Oregon State ’44 Kenneth L Shepard, Long Beach ’77 *Richard T Shiflett, Alabama ’51 *Jack W Shirley, Oklahoma ’51 *Jan P Shoemaker, Iowa State ’67 Robin D Shoop, Iowa ’60 Mack D Short, Tri-State Alumnus Eric G Sickels, Cornell ’77 Duncan J Silver, Connecticut ’61 Stephen H Simonds, Kansas ’68 Robin D Sipes, Louisiana Tech ’94 Jason E Sisk, New Mexico State ’03 *Norman James Sitar, Michigan State ’45 D Stephen Slack, Southern California ’71 John M Smaha, Memphis ’93 Laurence D Smetana, Los Angeles ’67 Jeffrey S Smith, Kansas State ’95 *Charles Ray Smith, SMU ’44 Todd P Smith, Iowa ’90 Frederick C Smith, Miami ’64 Dennis E Smith, Illinois ’70 Laurence A Smith, Washington ’43 Andrew B Smith, Georgia Tech ’94 *Alan Howard Snyder, SMU ’44 Edward A Soens, Arizona ’58 Eric W Southard, Georgia Tech ’07 Robert T Sparrow, Illinois ’76 Emil R Spees, Southern Illinois ’57 Stephen B Spencer, Penn State ’54 Fred C Stalder, Oklahoma ’42 *John W Stanfield, SMU ’28 Stephen T Stazel, Kansas ’63 Jeremy E Steelberg, Purdue ’83 David M Steinberg, Clemson ’92 John D Steiner, Idaho ’05 Dennis E Stephens, Auburn ’62 Rodney L Steven, Southern Illinois ’94 Paul R Stevens, Tri-State ’73 Richard C Stevens, Illinois ’54 *Thomas L Stevens, DePauw ’52 Michael A Stollmeyer, Penn State ’59 Scott B Stotlemeyer, Missouri ’90 Edward A Streed, UCLA ’50 Donald L Stripling, Tri-State ’70 Richard J Studer, Purdue ’56 *LTC Robert M Stump, Washington St ’45 *George C Sturgeon, Ohio State ’20 James P Sturm, Fredonia Alumnus Thomas R Sulentic, Iowa ’70 Philip J Sullivan, Idaho ’03 Parker F Sutton, Northern Arizona ’63 Charles R Sweeney, Cornell ’42 Donald D Sweeney, Michigan ’94 Darren W Talbert, Kent State ’91 Joseph G Temple, Purdue ’51 Robert N Tenczar, Florida ’72 *Roland H Tesene, Iowa State ’35 Larry S Tessler, Abracadabra ’60 Charles N Teyssier, Penn State ’55 Daniel Thompson, Florida ’10 *Dan T Thomson, Southern California ’51 Thomas E Thornton, Missouri ’52 Robert W Thrailkill, Florida ’74 John P Thurmon, Central Missouri ’89 Paul H Tingleff, Illinois ’61 John H Tinker, Penn State ’64 Mark E Tlapak, Texas ’99 Douglas Payne Todd, Arizona State ’51 Joseph M Toolis, Illinois ’05 John G Toomer, Florida ’88 Jeffrey S Topley, Penn State ’80 Robert J Topolski, Southeast Missouri ’79

*Kenneth D Tracy, Penn State ’64 James E Trautman, Illinois ’63 Domenick P Treschitta, Connecticut ’63 C S Trosper, Oklahoma State ’51 Jay S Trost, Eastern Illinois ’72 Scott R Turer, Penn State ’89 *Keith Leon Turley, Arizona State ’48 *Russell J Turney, Illinois ’31 Alan J Udell, Wisconsin ’91 *Ralph E Ulrich, DePauw ’36 Alex Umanetz, Lehigh ’53 *Alexander M Vance, Pennsylvania ’32 John T Vance, Wyoming ’92 Paul C Varsanik, Jr, New Haven ’91 Roger A Vasconcells, Kansas State ’78 George J Vernau, Penn State ’67 Michael D Vickrey, Oklahoma ’88 Gary R Vieira, Northeastern ’76 Father Anthony Vinson, NW Missouri ’98 Angelos J Vlahakis, Michigan State ’51 David Vogel, Hobart ’87 G Scott Volling, Illinois ’97 *Frank Voris, Illinois ’29 *Harold N Voss, Illinois ’51 Kevin A Vought, Western Michigan ’96 *Nicholson G Wade, Purdue ’34 *Henry E Wahl, Indiana ’36 Robert D Walters, DePauw ’80 Matthew Christopher Waples, GA Tech ’15 Donald J Ward, Illinois ’73 Robert L Ward, Illinois ’69 Christian A Wargo, Case Western ’13 Arthur K Warlow, Purdue ’71 *Glenn R Watson, Oklahoma ’39 *Orrin Favre Webb, Idaho ’40 Richard Bryan Webb, Auburn ’65 Geoffrey E Webster, Ohio State ’70 Brian T Webster, Idaho ’01 William A Weeks, Texas ’55 Timothy A Wehr, Iowa Alumnus Keenan B Weiss, Texas Tech ’12 Glenn A Weiss, LSU ’84 James Palmer Welch, Purdue ’51 Gilbert H Werntz, III, Georgia Southern ’85 Jon D Wertz, Oklahoma State ’76 *Arthur H Weston, Penn State ’30 Olin A Wetzel, Illinois ’44 *Robert C Wheeler, Purdue ’37 John R Whitaker, Penn State ’48 Milton A Whitley, Georgia Tech ’98 *Melville B Wier, Ohio State ’53 James M Wilcher, Kansas City ’88 *Silas T Wild, Cornell ’29 Drew Wilkinson, LSU ’97 Howard Dale Willey, Kansas ’63 Stantley Williams, Alabama ’60 Thomas E Wilson, Illinois ’81 *James A Wilson, SMU ’37 Nick Lynn Wilson, Iowa State ’67 K Dale Wingo, Auburn ’59 David D Wisdom, Idaho ’78 Donald E Womack, Arizona ’50 Norman K Womer, Miami ’66 Elliott R J Wood, Georgia Tech ’07 Dennis T Woodling, Auburn ’83 Thomas M Woodruff, Florida State ’65 Charles Wright, Kansas ’41 Theodore V Wright, Gorham State ’82 Jerold E Wright, Illinois ’61 *John D Wright, Illinois ’25 Claesen D Wyckoff, Michigan State ’69 Steven M Yager, Western Michigan ’03 *Merton S Yerger, Penn State ’36 Alan L Yoder, Tri-State ’70 Frank W Zak, Michigan State ’38 Adam Zax, Colorado ’84 Ryan K Zinn, Ohio State ’96 Stephen J Zsolcsak, Lehigh ’72 Stephen J Zvanya, Tri-State ’75

Kimball’s Club $2,500-$4,999 Bruce A Adams, LSU ’07 Stephen F Anderson, Eastern Illinois ’72 Robert E Anderson, Texas ’68 Douglas A Arenberg, Illinois ’86 Kenneth A Aschom, Michigan State ’76 Larry P Audlehelm, Iowa ’71 Steve H Austin, Oklahoma State ’75 Navy F Banvard, Ohio State ’80 C Edward Beavers, Louisville ’85 *James T Bedsole, SMU ’41 *Hugh E Behny, Southern California ’47 Stephen E Behr, Mississippi State ’73 Carl Richard Benson, SMU ’60 Michael C Blaha, Illinois ’84 Paul M Bohannon, Oklahoma State ’72 Jeffrey T Boone, Sacramento ’86 Mark R Borelli, Illinois ’81 Steven P Bossart, Kent State ’90 Paul Edward Braun, Oklahoma ’59 Kenneth H Brink, Cornell ’71 Eric J Broadie, Florida ’99 Kenneth A Buel, Illinois ’57 William P Bunyan, Kansas ’61 Jason N Butler, Central Missouri ’99 *John F Caperton, SMU ’49 David R Carlson, Illinois ’84 Daniel R Carrigan, Illinois ’86 Thomas L Carroll, Hayward ’98 Chi H Chung, Georgia Tech ’98 Ronald D Clayton, Illinois ’54 Kelvin R Cole, Central Missouri ’70 *Jefferson Coleman, Alabama ’29 David S Conklin, Northwest Missouri ’88 Sean W Conrad, Gorham State ’97 Robin E Cook, Illinois ’04 Doyle E Cooper, Embry-Riddle ’95 *John G Copeland, Indiana ’49 Michael T Corlew, Mississippi State ’73


Jeremy B Coullard, Syracuse ’69 Travis J Covey, New Mexico State ’03 James A Cox, Illinois ’79 *John C Cox, SMU ’42 Christopher S Crawford, Illinois ’95 Keith R Cryderman, Kansas State ’63 Marc E Czapla, Illinois ’83 John M Dean, Osgoode Hall ’67 Anthony L Deley, Illinois ’85 Joseph A DeMarco, Florida ’56 Gerald D Denton, Mississippi State ’86 Daniel W Di Santo, Illinois ’04 Michael M Dickerson, Arizona ’78 Joseph P DiGiacomo, Illinois ’03 N Wayne Dwight, Kansas City ’69 Robert J Eason, Lehigh ’75 Robert K Edds, Tri-State ’72 David R Edwards, Georgia Southern ’86 Barry A Eller, Florida ’71 Zachary S Elliott, Georgia Tech ’99 James E English, Western Michigan ’89 *Sherwood L Fawcett, Ohio State ’41 James V Ferrara, Michigan State ’81 *Dennis Lee Fielder, Florida ’66 Mark Fitzgerald, Connecticut ’79 Martin E Flynn, Michigan State ’79 James R Gaebe, Illinois ’59 John Miller Galvin, Indiana ’54 James M Garvey, Connecticut ’84 Michael V Geary, Florida ’90 David P Geiselhart, Illinois ’87 Alexander J Gentile, Georgia Tech ’08 Paul J Giacomuzzi, Embry-Riddle ’78 Anthony C Goczalk, Embry-Riddle ’77 Brian D Godsy, Huntsville ’81 Mark C Goebel, DePauw ’78 Max Goecker, Ball State ’88 Thomas G Golaszewski, Illinois ’85 Steven H Goldberg, Connecticut ’89 Scott E Golden, Illinois ’84 Michael E Graff, Georgia Tech ’01 Russell J P Gunther, Iowa State ’89 Ronald F Hacker, Miami ’63 Warren E Hadley, Iowa State ’61 Warren K Haeberle, Marquette ’78 Kent A Hanway, Idaho ’85 David L Harlor, DePauw ’78 John C Hedderich, Purdue ’60 Brian C Heeren, Indiana ’86 *Milton W Herchenrider, Penn State ’48 *Lawrence R Herkimer, SMU ’48 Roman D Hluszczyk, Embry-Riddle ’99 Charlie Hong, Arizona ’95 Paul Dean Horn, Arizona ’64 Michael Claire Horn, Oshkosh ’68 Jeffrey S Hornyak, Embry-Riddle ’90 Thomas S Horowitz, Michigan State ’87 Henry R Hosman, Illinois ’59 *John E Hurt, Indiana ’35 *R Charlton Johnson, Southern Cal ’40 Bobby Joe Johnson, Mississippi State ’63 Ronald W Jones, Idaho ’85 Kevin P Jones, Idaho ’00 Daniel M Karnuta, Penn State ’85 *Guilford C Kater, Ohio State ’51 Kevin J Kell, Illinois ’73 Charles R Kelley, Huntsville ’80 Dwight H Kensil, Eastern Illinois ’80 Eric L Kerstetter, Auburn ’00 *Robert L Kessler, Purdue ’36 S Matthew Killingsworth, Kansas State ’02 Michael J Kinkelaar, Illinois ’79 *Herbert G Klein, Southern California ’40 Robert F Klein, Johnstown ’74 S Weslee Knapp, Georgia Tech ’98 Eric W Koelsch, Idaho ’74 Michael G Koziel, Michigan ’73 Matthew D Kreider, Mississippi State ’00 Richard R Kruger, Tri-State Faculty Jarret T Kwiatek, Texas ’00 Andrew M Lancaster, Mississippi State ’97 *Donald H Landis, Penn State ’62 Mark E Landstrom, Oregon State ’83 *Eric M Larson, Illinois ’35 Keith B Lawder, Georgia Tech ’04 James F Leach, Penn State ’91 Timothy J Leahy, Illinois ’82 William C Leasure, Georgia Tech ’93 Joseph K Leinbach, Cornell ’57 Steven F Levin, Illinois State ’85 Jeffrey I Lewis, Connecticut ’83 John A Lindemann, Illinois ’50 Edward A Loseman, Long Beach ’72 Charles Lu, Georgia Tech ’13 Brian Frederick Luders, GA Tech Alumnus Brandon D Luders, Georgia Tech ’06 *Donald E Lukens, Ohio State ’54 Stuart K Lyngaas, Whitewater ’73 *Charles W MacGregor, Michigan ’29 *George E Mack, Southern Cal Alumnus Paul R Majchrzak, Michigan ’75 Dennis J Maroney, Connecticut ’89 Von E Mason, Purdue ’60 Joseph J Matt, Michigan ’72 James G McComb, Michigan ’61 Ronald D McCoy, Augusta ’84 William M McGough, Alabama ’70 Richard N McKaig, Ball State ’66 Timothy W McMurtrey, Idaho ’80 James W McNamee, Miami ’62 *Claude McNorton, Auburn Faculty R Douglas Meckes, Auburn ’71 William F Merlin, Florida ’80 Kenneth L Merrick, DePauw ’48 Vernon R Miller, Purdue ’85 *William R Monroe, Michigan State ’43 T J Moore, Jacksonville State ’71 David M Moore, Idaho ’68 David J Morehead, DePauw ’53 Anthony C Moreno, Oklahoma State ’88 William John Mork, SMU ’65 Kevin K Morrison, Long Beach ’75 Armand Mouw, Florida ’49 James M Murray, Louisiana Tech ’95 Geoffrey C Murray, Embry-Riddle ’87

*Harold C Myers, Penn State ’36 Michael D Nadler, Cornell ’56 Russell K Nash, Connecticut ’75 *David E Nelson, Arizona ’81 *Eric W Nelson, NYU ’37 Herbert Wayne Norton, Montevallo ’82 Roy T Norton, Cornell ’53 *Roland W Oberholtzer, Penn State ’36 *Arthur M Oustalet, LSU ’44 *D P Paiste, Penn State ’31 *Arloe W Paul, Iowa State ’33 Richard H Paulsen, Embry-Riddle ’97 Kevin F Peranio, Texas ’98 Daniel J Pierce, Idaho ’99 Theodore A Pilas, Montclair ’96 Stanley K Pinkham, Central Missouri ’78 Kevin B Pitchford, West Virginia Tech ’86 Lawrence R Poundstone, Abracadabra ’34 Robert K Poyer, Ball State ’73 Richard P Prior, Fullerton ’87 Charles P Rahe, Southern Illinois ’65 Jeffrey M Rakestraw, Huntsville ’92 Scott A Reed, Illinois ’81 Kenneth R Reeder, Denison ’74 Paul W Reisz, Abracadabra ’82 *Easton R Roberts, Southern California ’34 Tom A Rockwell, Iowa ’81 *William Paul Ross, Purdue ’52 Clifford P Ruemmler, Oklahoma ’87 Jon M Russo, Connecticut ’89 George E Schau, Southern Illinois ’76 Edward W Schmitt, American ’95 John R Schroeder, Illinois ’69 John H Schulte, Southeast Missouri ’80 Edward G Schussler, DePauw ’65 *Clyde N Sedgwick, Oregon State ’57 Brian M Seelinger, American ’98 James P Sheahan, Missouri ’79 Steven G Shockley, Georgia Tech ’92 Keith R Shriver, Florida ’79 Kevin H Simmons, Louisiana Tech ’87 Zane B Smith, Iowa ’66 Stuart D Snook, Louisiana Tech ’93 Terry D Snook, Louisiana Tech Alumnus Daniel W Snyder, Illinois ’50 John F Spangler, Penn State ’58 E Michael Stanford, Oklahoma State ’70 David M Stopp, Georgia Tech ’01 James F Storey, Jacksonville State ’63 Michael G Stout, DePauw ’78 Ronald G Stowers, Florida State ’81 Daryl John Strahan, Illinois ’60 *Paul Strombeck, Central Missouri ’70 Richard F Suhrheinrich, Wayne State ’58 David M Tharp, Georgia ’72 Stephen E Thiems, Illinois ’65 James W Thokey, Texas ’41 *Joseph M Thompson, Illinois ’34 Samuel A Thornton, Penn State ’66 *Charles Timberlake, Miami ’54 Neil E Tucker, Kansas State ’73 *Richard L Tully, Ohio State ’57 David M Tuomala, Minnesota ’90 Trent J Unterbrink, Tri-State ’98 *M J van Loben Sels, Stanford ’32 Jon E Vice, Alabama ’70 Thomas F Viola, New Haven ’82 Glen D Vondrick, Arizona ’78 Jason Michael Walker, Arizona State ’05 Keith A Waltz, Ball State ’82 *John R Warner, DePauw ’43 Steven T Weir, Gorham State ’75 Michael J Welsh, Illinois State Faculty John P White, Texas Tech Faculty Stephen W Wicks, Georgia Tech ’01 *Theodore B Winkler, Penn State ’39 Kenneth J Winter, Eastern Illinois ’75 Matthew J Wolniewicz, Missouri State ’88 *John D Woodward, SMU ’32 David B Wright, Embry-Riddle ’78 Michael S Yim, Georgia Tech ’93

Sir Edward Coke Club $5,000-$7,499 Mark A Abolt, Illinois ’81 *Albin C Ahlberg, Chicago-Kent ’20 James S Alex Jr, Oregon State ’74 *Harry G Allgauer, Purdue ’52 J T Arenberg, Illinois ’47 *John T Arens, Penn State ’37 James Alan Bannan, Michigan State ’66 Kevin J Beardsley, Kettering-B ’01 Smith D Boyd, Livingston ’74 *John C Brogan, Illinois ’36 Marquez L Brown, Iowa ’01 Van A Campbell, Idaho ’78 Phillip J Carroll, Mississippi State ’00 Richard G Chenoweth, Illinois ’58 *Thomas H Chisholm, SMU ’47 *Oliver L Christman, Penn State ’20 Carlton Conrad, Miami ’64 John K Corson, Embry-Riddle ’91 Brian M Crawford, Georgia Tech ’92 Craig B Crawford, Illinois ’97 *Ivan W Davis, Illinois ’25 *Charles C DeLong, Illinois ’26 Andrew L Dooley, Mississippi State ’98 John D Dorner, Illinois State ’91 David W Drews, Georgia Tech Alumnus James M Duggan, Illinois ’91 John A Edenfield, Georgia Tech ’06 John Hale Eggertsen, Michigan ’68 *Travis W Freeman, Illinois ’47 *Peter A Fromm, Sacramento ’69 Richard H Geiger, Illinois ’78 *Solon B Gilmore, Kansas ’46 William A Glaser, Lehigh Alumnus Thomas W Glasgow, Michigan State ’68

Carl H Goltermann, Illinois ’50 James G Graham, Illinois ’81 *Frank Granat, Washington ’51 Frank L Graves, Texas ’55 Andrew R Haggerty, New Mexico State ’03 Jeffrey W Hainline, Illinois ’77 David F Hale, Jacksonville State ’70 G Martin Hall, Georgia Tech ’93 Stephen D Henson, Louisiana Tech Faculty Thomas E Hogan, Illinois ’81 Jason M Holmes, Mississippi State ’99 *O Charles Honig, Texas ’40 George L Hopkins, Iowa State ’61 *Luther William Hoy, Penn State ’38 Daniel R Hughes, Michigan ’74 William E Humphrey, Purdue ’85 *Gordon L Jones, Southern California ’51 Patrick W Jue, Mississippi State ’95 *Robert E Kaiser, Ohio State ’51 Richard F Kauders, Cornell ’69 *Alvin B Kessler, LSU ’50 Peter P Korch, Johnstown ’84 Duncan J Kretovich, Michigan ’66 David S Levine, Illinois ’84 Albert H Leyerle, Ohio State ’54 Kenneth M Lies, Illinois ’81 Daniel C Maher, Michigan ’76 Jamie L Mahne, Mississippi State ’96 Michael E Majestic, Washington State ’90 *Christopher D Mansueti, Michigan St ’82 *Charles Marshall, Illinois ’51 Richard S Marsho, Illinois ’62 Ronald J Martin, New Haven ’87 Matthew S Mason, Georgia Tech ’01 Raymond A Mathews, Illinois ’76 Roger K McAlister, DePauw ’75 Timothy J McCarty, Illinois ’89 Harold A Missimer, Penn State ’66 *Max Edward Mohler, Indiana ’60 Thomas O Monroe, Michigan State ’47 Joseph E Moye, Appalachian State ’98 Michael E O’Brien, Jr, Mississippi State ’02 William L Odell, Illinois ’80 *James D Page, Alabama ’53 W Jerry Perkins, Oklahoma State ’68 Donald W Petit, Stanford ’36 Mark W Putney, Iowa ’51 Timothy S Riedling, Louisville ’89 *Milton J Rose, Illinois ’29 Gavin M Ryan, Miami ’82 John B Schmidt, Illinois ’82 Richard A Schoenherr, Michigan Alumnus Mark P Schramka, Northwestern Alumnus Mahmood U Sheikh, Idaho ’01 John M Shelby, Sacramento ’86 Bryce A Sides, Illinois ’56 *Ralph W Smith, SMU ’32 Stephen W Smith, Arizona ’66 William R Snapp, Mississippi State ’98 *Kenneth M Snyder, Illinois ’30 Robert G Stakenas, Michigan ’55 *W Dean Sweet, Ohio State ’49 Thaddeus A Tatum, SMU ’68 Jesse A Uhlorn, Idaho ’02 Gerald Unks, Illinois ’58 *Charles B Valder, Augusta ’82 Jeffrey L Welles, Ohio State ’75 Steve D Westfall, Idaho ’75 Earl F Westmoreland, Mississippi State ’73 William A Williams, Gannon ’83 Jeffrey L Woods, Missouri ’89 Luther M Young, Auburn ’69 Michael Zung, Texas ’92

Tie of Brotherhood $7,500-$9,999 Mitchell M Asmar, Jr, Mississippi State ’73 Jonathan E Beinke, Georgia Tech ’94 Alan T Bermensolo, Idaho ’76 Peter M Bix, Embry-Riddle ’80 Boyd Wayne Boehlje, Iowa State ’61 David S Carpenter, Mississippi State ’92 Scott G Christensen, Illinois ’84 Roger C Clapp Jr, Mississippi State ’89 Brad Cole, Southern Illinois ’93 Timothy J Curtin, Michigan ’64 Daniel R Deville, Louisiana Tech ’02 *Arthur G Elliott, Michigan State ’38 Geoffrey L Farmer, Ohio State ’71 Anthony R Field, Sacramento ’04 John M Gioffredi, Iowa State ’78 William L Henley, Mississippi State ’92 *Christopher W Johnson, Kentucky ’77 Scott T Klinefelter, Northern Iowa ’76 Jeffrey W Long, Illinois ’74 Richard W Maizel, Cornell ’68 Robert W Manuel, Mississippi State ’98 Edward F McCallum, Kansas ’56 John Lewis Melvin, Ohio State ’55 Joseph F Murphy, Northern Illinois ’99 Joseph C Neirinck, Ball State ’63 Edward J Park, Georgia Tech ’97 *Francis L Plumly, Penn State ’46 *Michael Jack Pucin, Illinois ’31 Robert G Riddett, Lehigh ’74 Phillip A Ruppel, Southern Illinois ’65 Jeffrey A Schoenherr, Michigan ’91 L Elliot Shubert, Kansas City ’66 Bill Tallman, Embry-Riddle ’95 John F Tate, Idaho ’64 William F Yull, Whitewater ’82

Order of the Shield $10,000-$14,999

Hand and Key Club $35,000$49,999

Warren W Ament, Michigan ’60 *Clyde H Andrews, Illinois ’30 James J Ascher, Kansas ’52 *Philip L Barbour, Cornell ’20 Howard S Baulch, SMU ’76 *Carl R Brehmer, Arizona State ’60 John Warren Broad, Michigan ’60 John Merel Cazel, Illinois ’56 Lawrence Clarkson, DePauw ’60 David C Cloutier, Embry-Riddle ’92 *Chauncey W W Cook, Texas ’30 Ratheen C Damle, Texas ’01 Bobby L Dewrell, Troy State ’95 David J Entzminger, Idaho ’76 Dale E Espich, DePauw ’51 Ralph J Fabozzi, Embry-Riddle ’73 Charles J Foretich, Mississippi State ’86 Larry W Gies, Illinois ’88 Steven L Henslee, Oklahoma State ’75 *Douglas S Holsclaw, Arizona ’25 *Henry M Jackson, Washington ’34 Jeffrey T Jochims, Illinois ’89 *Richard K LaGore, Western Michigan ’64 Leland A Lahr, DePauw ’52 Brian P LoCicero, Marquette ’88 *Lyle A Lynn, Iowa ’34 Frank John Morrey, Michigan ’64 Alan P Niemann, Oklahoma State ’82 Paul L Picciani, Connecticut ’89 Kendall C Russell, Michigan ’77 Keith B Snook, Louisiana Tech ’96 John L Stinson, Michigan ’75 Thomas M Stovall, Mississippi State ’67 Eugene Thompson, Idaho ’46 J Donald Turk, Florida ’68 Jimmie J Underwood, Kansas ’51 Ryan E VanBuren, Mississippi State ’96 Frank K Voris, Illinois ’61 Paul P Whitman, Mississippi State ’97 Howard J Wiarda, Michigan ’61 *Charles L Zergiebel, Purdue ’53 Stuart M Zolot, Penn State ’75

Patrick J Alderdice, Ball State ’92 Paul W Bohlman, Ohio State ’70 John Lars Elfervig, Louisiana Tech Alumnus Edward Fusco, Embry-Riddle ’73 Howard K Gandelot, Michigan ’64 *Joe Gerdes, Miami ’38 Forrest E Hoglund, Kansas ’56 *Victor T Johnson, Purdue ’32 James M Marascio, Bryant ’93 John L Mica, Florida ’67 Marcus G Monk, Auburn ’65 Joel F Plotkin, Maryland ’89 Spence Price, Embry-Riddle ’71 *Marsh W White, Penn State Faculty

Leges $15,000$24,999

John S Ziegler, Jr, Louisiana Tech ’01

Brian D Blankenship, Georgia Tech ’98 *Fred R Brooks, Abracadabra ’40 Eric C Christel, Georgia Tech ’94 *Earl Hazen Drew, Illinois ’29 Donald T Farley, Cornell ’55 Raymond D Galbreth, Sr, Missouri ’69 John W Hatmaker, Mississippi State ’79 John W Holmes, Michigan ’65 John A Jenkins, Michigan ’57 Lane Homer Kendig, Michigan ’62 James M Kennedy, Michigan ’63 Herbert E Koenig, Michigan ’63 Charles A Mancuso, Florida State ’84 Michael J Moriarty, Oshkosh ’71 *Michael J Moskos, DePauw ’85 Aaron A Otto, Kansas State ’98 Barry J Peters, Western Michigan ’89 James W Richhart, Michigan ’64 Jonathan K Sattler, Appalachian State ’87 Marc A Solondz, Indiana ’87 Kenneth J Sousa, Bryant Faculty G R Steven Sparling, W Michigan ’88 Norman E Strasma, DePauw ’55 L Eugene Tanner, Indiana ’55 Waldemar D Tiedemann, Embry-Riddle ’77 Robert A Wilson, Illinois ’58 Chad M Wolett, Arizona State ’94 Barry Charles Wood, Michigan ’61 Michael V Woolbright, Long Beach ’86

Order of the Scimitar $25,000$34,999 Rod Arnold, Texas A&M ’88 Deryl R Baker, Jr, Mississippi State ’01 *Carl A Benson, Purdue ’32 Raymond F Borelli, Illinois ’58 Francis R Bradley, Texas ’89 Robert E Cole, Michigan ’62 Gregory F Hauser, Michigan State ’75 H Keith Hellems, Michigan ’62 Monte L Johnson, Ohio State ’69 Donald E LaPlante, Southern California Charles B McGuire, Michigan ’65 Patrick J Phelan, Embry-Riddle ’72 Ronald W Scafe, Michigan ’77 Donald K Thorp, Illinois ’85 John G Tunila, Connecticut ’81 W Dean Wilkerson, Louisiana Tech ’92 Steven S Wymer, Illinois ’85

Marlet Club $50,000$74,999 Timothy A Crown, Kansas ’86 *Philip H Flick, Illinois ’53 Gregory A Heckman, Illinois ’84 *Donald G Isett, Kansas ’28 *LaVon P Linn, Nebraska ’38 *Jon Mellen, Idaho ’60 *Francis L Zwickey, Michigan State ’24

The Knight Errant $75,000$99,999 New Founder $100,000$249,999 Lyle E Sprinkle, Georgia Tech ’96 *George W Obear, DePauw ’30 Lee P Berlin, Cornell ’58 William B Vollbracht, Kansas ’60 David G Falconer, Michigan ’62 Fei Phil Yang, Abracadabra ’80 *Bernhard C Shaffer, Penn State ’25 Michael L Carroll, Auburn ’71 Robert D Hendershot, Purdue ’72 *James D Dodson, Oklahoma ’58 *E Duane Meyer, Hobart ’58 *Gene A Johnson, Oklahoma State ’58 Patrick F Weber, Oklahoma ’87 *Joseph F Lacchia, Michigan State ’25 Miles C Washburn, Massachusetts ’87 David K Weber, Cornell ’68

2nd Degree New Founder $250,000$499,999 *Fredrick B Hammert, Oklahoma ’60

3rd Degree New Founder $500,000$999,000 *Clayton T Roberts, Florida ’31

4th Degree New Founder $1,000,000+ Steven R Michels, Marquette ’87 Roy R Payne, Jr, Cornell ’52

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THE V FOUNDATION

Our Fight Against Cancer

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elta Chi has been raising money for The V Foundation for Cancer Research for nearly nine years! As proud partners, we stand with them in the fight against cancer, by which we have all been affected in some way - whether personally, or through a friend or family member. Since 2006, Delta Chi has been raising the stakes in fundraising efforts to make a continuously growing impact on the cause. In 2012, the Fraternity set out to raise $250,000 by the 2014 International Convention, and in the process, raised over $300,000! By the 2016 Convention, the bar has been set to raise an additional $300,000 with 100% chapter/colony participation. During each Convention, the total money raised for the V Foundation is revealed. From there, the V Foundation turns around and issues a grant in Delta Chi’s name for that amount. These very grants may one day lead to the cure for cancer. Keep up the outstanding efforts with your philanthropy projects and fundraising contributions for The V Foundation. 100% of money raised goes directly toward the fight to end cancer. By Philip Hagstotz Director of Fraternity Services

Looking for an idea for a philanthropy event? Delta Chi has teamed up with the V Foundation Staff to develop an event that can be implemented at any university in any area of the country. Each chapter has been provided with a program and resources needed to execute a VK. The VK is a 5k run that brings more than just the Greek community together; it utilizes the surrounding community as well, helping to generate more funds for the V Foundation. We hope that your chapter will consider planning a VK in the near future! If you would like more information, please contact Phil Hagstotz at Delta Chi Headquarters. 24

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COAST TO COAST

Regional Leadership Conferences

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he Regional Leadership Conference (RLC) is designed to develop leadership skills; to help attendees realize that Delta Chi is more than their own chapter/colony; and to provide Delta Chi men within the region the opportunity to share ideas, achievements and experiences with other Delta Chi chapters/colonies, officers, Regents, alumni, advisors, and Headquarters staff. See when your regions RLC is occurring in 2016!

Host: Southeast Missouri Location: Cape Girardeau, MO Date: February 19-21, 2016 Regent: Matt Gorney Email: Regent4@deltachi.org

REGION

IV

Host: Huntsville Location: Huntsville, AL Date: February 19-21, 2016 Regent: Chris Kilroy Email: Regent8@deltachi.org

REGION

VIII Host: Fullerton Location: Fullerton, CA Date: February 26-28, 2016 Regent: Tom Carroll Email: Regent2@deltachi.org

REGION

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Host: Louisiana State Location: Baton Rouge, LA Date: April 1-3, 2016 Regent: Kenny Sooter Email: Regent3@deltachi.org

REGION

III


Host: Alberta Location: Edmonton, Alberta Date: March 18-20, 2016 Regent: Shaun Hollenbeck Email: Regent1@deltachi.org

REGION

I

Host: Northwestern Date: February 26-28, 2016 Location: Evanston, IL Regent: Jeff Broderick Email: Regent5@deltachi.org

REGION

V

Host: Windsor Location: Windsor, Ontario Date: March 4-6, 2016 Regent: Justin Donnelly Email: Regent6@deltachi.org

REGION

VI

Host: Rutgers Location: New Brunswick, NJ Date: March 4-6, 2016 Regent: Ron Martin Email: Regent7@deltachi.org

REGION

VII

Host: VCU Location: Richmond, VA Date: February 12-14, 2016 Regent: Doug Chananie Email: Regent9@deltachi.org

REGION

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FAREWELL & PARTING

Those Who Have Passed 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.

Abracadabra

Illinois State

Northwest Missouri

Alabama

Iowa

Ohio State

Harry Rowe ’46, May 23, 2014 John Willoughby ’57, March 25, 2015 James Calhoun ’59, October 10, 2015 Lecil Colburn ’61, August 31, 2014 James Norman ’64, November 15, 2015 Robert Severin ’69, November 18, 2015

Yusuf Ziada ’16, January 25, 2014 John Duenow ’59, May 27, 2015

Iowa State

Merrit Brinkman ’96, June 5, 2015 Charles Schwenker ’37, February 19, 2015 Sherwood Fawcett ’41, February 3, 2015 John Bowers ’43, August 22, 2014 Robert Santilli ’57, Juy 30 2014

Larry Sacks Alumnus, February 4, 2015

Dewey Ohms ’49, March 1, 2013 Vern Achtermann ’58, May 8, 2014 Richard Buchanan ’58, April 4, 2015 RIchard Milburn ’78, July 16, 2015 Robert Vonk ’78, July 22, 2012

Auburn

Jacksonville State

Oklahoma State

Kansas

Oregon State

Kansas State

Osgoode Hall

Arizona State

Jack Williams ’54, January 16, 2015 Brian Brewer ’56, February 17, 2014 Phillip Carter ’59, January 14, 2015 J.R. Hollingsworth ’62, January 21, 2014 Larry Gable ’65, May 27, 2015 Donald Calhoun ’70, April 23, 2015 James Baskerville ’77, October 24, 2015 David Johnson ’82, April 15, 2014

Cornell

Charles Turton ’40, September 9, 2013 Lee Boyd ’44, August 23, 2014 Austin Weston ’50, October 30, 2013 John Ryan ’58, November 10, 2014 John Glasgow ’66, October 18, 2013

Creighton

Michael Drahota ’74, January 31, 2015

DePauw

Jean Stoops ’39, December 19, 2014 Norman Buck ’40, September 19, 2015 Alexander Vraciu ’41, January 29, 2015 Maurice Wood ’50, December 9, 2014 Robert Zimmer ’50, February 8, 2015 Don Nichols ’52, December 23, 2014 Thomas Amann ’53, October 20, 2014 William White ’53, June 28, 2015 David Williamson ’72, November 26, 2014 Michael Moskos ’85, July 3, 2015

Duquesne

William Miller Alumnus, June 11, 2015

Embry-Riddle

Richard Cook Alumnus, September 6, 2015

Florida

Herbert Laird ’52, December 19, 2014 Frederick Leonhardt ’71, October 10, 2016

Jimmy Lacy ’69, July 22, 2013 Dwight Wallace ’68, February 11, 2015 Donald Mach ’62, November 17, 2014 Dennis Rork ’68, August 5, 2015

Kentucky

George Pendergrass ’53, March 2, 2015

Lake Forest

Mark Malbrough ’04, August 21, 2015

Lehigh

Richard Fastiggi ’58, May 1, 2014 Arthur Rutherford ’67, February 27, 2014 Christopher Rosebrugh ’83, October 23, 2014

Miami

Kenneth St. John ’61, June 1, 2015 David Wack ’91, December 28, 2014

Michigan

Jay Pease ’50, June 10, 2015 John Biener ’77, November 4, 2015

Michigan State

Albert Pratt ’40, May 29, 2015 John Nowicki ’43, November 18, 2014 Richard Clemmer ’48, March 9, 2015 Charles Korten ’49, August 22, 2014 Richard Benton ’51, June 11, 2014 Charles Heberer ’51, December 13, 2014 Sheldon Keenan ’57, August 3, 2014 Lavern Turner ’64, May 13, 2015 John Walters ’67, July 25, 2015 Julius Nagy ’73, November 21, 2014 Jeffrey Davis ’78, November 9, 2015

Minnesota

Garth Becker ’53, February 3, 2015 Donald Landis ’62, May 20, 2014 Raymond Ouellette ’08, September 30, 2015

Purdue

John Cripe ’50, April 22, 2015

San Diego

Michael A. Smith ’83 May 23, 2015

S.M.U.

Lawrence Herkimer ’48, July 1, 2015 Bruce Mohs ’55, February 1, 2015

Southern California

Edward Vierheilig ’49, May 19, 2015 Jack Colton ’52, June 16, 2015 James Theaker ’55, January 12, 2014

Southern California

Budd Pohel ’49, July 28, 2015 John Griffin ’50, July 15, 2015 Robert Brown ’51, September 14, 2013 Gordon Thompson ’51, July 12, 2015 Kenneth Hoeck ’57, May 29, 2015 David Awrey ’78, September 25, 2015

Stanford

Alan Wayte ’58, January 30, 2015 Dan McCall ’61, June 17, 2012

Truman State

Jon Morelock ’91, February 18, 2015

Washington

Northern Arizona

Western Michigan

Northern Colorado

Western Illinois

Colin Brough ’17, October 9, 2015

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Penn State

Wayne State

Illinois

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J. Ian McKay ’49, May 22, 2015

Missouri

Joseph Bevirt ’53, July 11, 2015

Robert Suter Faculty, May 4, 2014 Daniel Tovar ’17, January 24, 2015

Arlyn Evans ’39, August 30, 2015

Patrick Chausse ’09, April 2, 2014

Idaho

Jon Mellen ’60, September 4, 2015

John Ford ’69, February 13, 2015

Mississippi State

Huntsville

William Marshall ’02, February 27, 2015

Hubert McIntyre ’51, May 31, 2015 Jerald Adelman ’56, May 28, 2014

Howard Rice ’43, April 24, 2015 Murray Diller ’48, September 11, 2015 William Riddle ’50, December 7, 2014 David Chandler ’66, November 15, 2015

Fullerton

William Richards ’62, July 29, 2015

Greg Abramson ’82, January 14, 2015

Oklahoma

Matthew Sotelo ’08, October 17, 2015

Paul Pentecost ’58, May 9, 2014 James DeVries ’62, September 10, 2015 Todd Needham ’96, July 1, 2015


KEEPING IN TOUCH

Important Milestones Abracadabra

Georgia Tech

Born to Brother & Mrs. Matthew Spence ’04, a daughter, Emily, on November 18, 2015.

Hayward

Born to Brother & Mrs. Jesse Gabriel ’04, a son, Ethan Jacob, on September 4, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Adam Trowbridge ’07, a son, Henry Krishna, on September 6, 2015.

Alberta

Born to Brother & Mrs. Chris Ozeroff ’05, a daughter, Luna, on October 12, 2014. Born to Brother & Mrs. Daryl Tran ’10, a daughter, Nora Leota, on September 7, 2014.

Appalachian State

Born to Brother & Mrs. J. Reed Davis ’02, a daughter, Beckett Hope, on October 9, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Brian Gardner ’04, twin sons, Paden & Parker, on July 22, 2015.

Augusta

Brother Balaji Dh&apani ’08 married to Mona Bhagat on August 22, 2015.

Bryant

Born to Brother & Mrs. Frank Teas ’91, a son, Frank George II, on February 27, 2015.

Central Missouri

Born to Brother & Mrs. Dustin Carroll ’07, a daughter, Kennedy Shay, on March 31, 2015. Born to Brother & Ben Chrisman ’05, a son, Hercules Fury, on May 17, 2015. Brother Mark Etem ’12 married Malinda Barnes on April 11, 2015. Brother Mitch McCleary ’12 married Amelia Stahlhuth on July 11, 2015. Brother Josh Tellman ’12 married Stefanie Leigh Light on June 27, 2015. Brother Joe Liesmann ’13 married Melissa Luechtefeld on June 27, 2015. Brother Jeremy Juliette ’14 married Kristen Heineck on May 24, 2015.

Duquesne

Born to Brother & Mrs. Thomas Hoffman ’06, a son, Mathias Jakob, on March 24, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Paul Matvey ’06, a son, Paul Michael on December 24, 2014.

Georgia Southern

Born to Brother & Mrs. Brad Watkins ’07, a daughter, Amelia Grace, on January 15, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Matthew Prohaska ’06, a daughter, Olivia Grace, on February 6, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. David Nahm ’99, a son, Jackson Paul, on December 18, 2014.

Huntsville

Born to Brother & Mrs. Br&on Willits ’11, a son, Maximus Kane, on March, 18, 2015.

Illinois State

Scott Preston ’10 currently serves as the Assistant to the Treasurer for the State of Illinois. He also serves as a councilman for the town of Normal, IL.

Iowa

Brother Christopher Gray ’94 married to Myriam Lafreniere-L&ry on September 19, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Doug Galbreth ’04, a daughter, Reagan Catherine on May 20, 2015.

Kansas State

Born to Brother & Mrs. Chad Schoenthaler ’96, a daughter, Boden Kendall, on November 11, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Brian Waldschmidt ’99, a son, Noah Walter, on October 27, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Matthew Killingsworth ’02, a son, Collin, on February 12, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Clint Bradbury ’04, a son, Braxton Charlie, on March 7, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Chris Hanwinckel ’07, a daughter, Everly Kate, on August 9, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Cameron Marshall ’14, a son, Isaiah, on August 24, 2015.

South Florida

Brother Collin Meadows ’14 married to Amanda Stiltner on May 6, 2015.

Southern California

New Mexico State

Born to Brother & Mrs. Scott Nordquist ’99, a son, Henrik Reid, on October 8, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Dallas Moyer ’03, a daughter Adeline Marie, on September 28, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Nathan Mills ’06, a son, Rowan James, on October 16, 2015.

North Alabama

Born to Brother & Mrs. Shane Lindsey ’10, a son, Jaxon Charles, on August 24, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Thor Fink ’13, a son Sawyer Atticus & a daughter Lucy Elizabeth on November 10, 2014.

Tri-State

Born to Brother & Mrs. Chris Topool ’03, a son, Jonathan Christopher, on September 5, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Chris Besler ’04, a son, James Alan, on June 20, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Ryan Zinn ’92, a daughter, Sylvia Rose, on June 20, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Keith Gasper ’02, a son, Henry David, on March 4, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Shaun Pressly ’03, a daughter, Dorothea, on April 30, 2015. Brother David Reinke ’03 married Sarah Scanlan on March 21, 2015.

Truman State

Born to Brother & Mrs. Joseph Litwiller ’02, a son, Charles Balthazar, on July 16, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. &rew Roades ’08, twin daughters, Abigail & Olivia, on March 24, 2015.

Virginia Commonwealth

Born to Brother & Mrs. &rew Bremer ’04, a son, Joseph, on October 26, 2015.

Brother Jonathan Glomb ’12 married to Jamie Haboush on September 12, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Justin Gould ’04, a daughter, Gwendolyn, on October 8, 2015.

Western Carolina

Brother Joseph Condrey ’99 married to April Hill on February 18, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Eric Kjell&er ’04, a daughter, Emma, on April 12, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Jason Falowski ’01, a daughter, Keagan Ann, on February 5, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Evan Wilcox ’04, a son, Charles, on December 6, 2014.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Brian Appel ’09, a son, Caleb, on January 29, 2015

Texas Tech

Ohio State

Born to Brother & Mrs. Spencer Kaufman ’12, a son, Kady, on November 4, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. George Tayek ’08, a son, Benjamin Robert, on July 9, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Rudy Placencia ’02, a daughter, Katherine Kennedy, on September 29, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. David Wertz ’03, a son, Nathan Mikel, on April 24, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Robert Kovey ’04, a son, Jack Henry, on November 15, 2015.

Kent State

Born to Brother & Mrs. Timothy Nollan ’00, a son, Deacon Patrick, on July 24, 2015.

Brother Alex&er Mooney ’11 married to Crystal Sledge on June 15, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. TJ Rothwell ’04, a son, Graham Nathaniel on September 25, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Ken Guan ’15, a daughter, Lily Rose, on August 26, 2015.

Brother Ryan Bushey ’07 married to Michelle Pryor on July 11, 2015.

Born to Brother & Mrs. Christopher Prochak ’05, a son, Wesley on September 23, 2014. Born to Brother & Mrs. Brian Thibault ’05, a daughter, Nora, on April 23, 2015.

Oregon State

Born to Brother & Mrs. Ben Stover ’10, a son, Mason Joel, on December 10, 2014.

Pittsburgh

Brother Jacob Reed ’03 married to Whitney Clark on May 10, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Bryan Thomason ’07, a daughter Mackenzie Reese, on April 16, 2015. Born to Brother & Mrs. Justin Amos ’08, a son, Grayson John, on June 26, 2015. Brother Joshua Cox ’08 married to Sarah Rhodes on July 18, 2015. Brother Ryan Sarda ’08 married to Margaret Armstrong on April 18, 2015.

Whitewater

Brother Phil Welke ’14 married to Jessica Schubert on October 17, 2015

Born to Brother & Mrs. Thomas Radomski ’06, a son, Derek Robert, on June 12, 2015.

Brother Brad Fiedler ’12 married to Sarah Benson on October 3, 2015

Marshall

Riverside

Born to Brother & Mrs. Jeff Gerard ’99, a daughter, Samantha, on September 12, 2015.

Mankato

Born to Brother & Mrs. Scott Hamlin ’13, a son, Porter, on March 3, 2015.

Brother Ali Jakvani ’12, married to Sahar Hamideh on November 21, 2015.

Windsor

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CHAPTER /COLONY DIRECTORY Abracadabra calgreeks.com

Denison denisondeltachi.com

Adelphi DeltaChiAdelphi deltachiadelphi.org

Duquesne DuqDX duqdx.com

Alabama UADeltaChi deltachiua.org

East Carolina DeltaChiatECU ecudeltachi.com

Alberta DeltaChiAlberta deltachi.ca

East Stroudsburg ESUDeltaChi deltachiatesu.wordpress.com

American audeltachi.com

Eastern Illinois DeChiEIU

Appalachian State DeltaChiApp

Eastern Washington deltachiewu.com

Arizona State ASUDeltaChi

Embry-Riddle ERAUDChi eraudeltachi.com

Auburn AU_Delta_Chi audchi.com Augusta DXAugusta aug.edu/delta_chi Beaufort Colony DeltaChiUSCB uscbdeltachi.weebly.com

Ferrum FerrumCollegeDX Florida FloridaDX Florida State DeltaChi_FSU deltachifsu.com

Iowa DeltaChiIowa deltachiiowa.chaptercms.com

Minnesota DeltaChiMinneso mndeltachi.com

Iowa State ISU_DeltaChi iastatedeltachi.com

Mississippi State MSStateDeltaChi msudeltachi.com

Jacksonville State DeltaChiJSU deltachijsu.org

Missouri MizzouDeltaChi deltachimissouri.com

Johnstown Kansas KansasDeltaChi kansasdeltachi.com Kansas State KSU_DeltaChi ksudeltachi.com Kennesaw KSUDeltaChi Kettering-A DeltaChiKU asection.ketteringdeltachi.org Kettering-B ketteringdeltachi.org/bsection Lake Forest DeltaChiLFC campus.lakeforest.edu/deltachi

Behrend DXBehrend orgsync.com/25022/chapter

Fredonia Fredonia_DChi fredoniadeltachi.com

Bowling Green Delta_chi_bgsu bgdeltachi.com

Fullerton CSUFDeltaChi deltachicsuf.com

Bryant DeltaChiBryant bryantdeltachi.org

Gannon GUDeltaChi

Livingston UWADeltaChi deltachi.uwa.edu

George Mason DeltaChiGMU gmudeltachi.chapterspot.com

Long Beach DeltaChiLBState

Cal Poly CPDeltaChi California Univ-PA DChiCalUPa Case Western Reserve DChiCWRU Central Missouri UCM_DeltaChi ucmdeltachi.com

Georgia Southern GaSouthernDX gsudeltachi.org Georgia Tech gtdeltachi.com

Charlotte DeltaChiUNCC

Hamilton Hayward DeltaChiCSUEB deltachihayward.com

Clemson DeltaChiClemson people.clemson.edu/~deltax

Hobart HobartDeltaChi people.hws.edu/deltachi

Cornell cudx.org/

Hofstra HofstraDChi dxhu.org

Corpus Christi DChiTAMUCC dchitamucc.org Cortland DChi_Cortland deltachicortland.com Dalton State Colony DSCDeltaChi Davis deltachidavis.com

Huntsville DChiHuntsville Illinois IllinoisDChi Illinois State ISU_DChi Indiana IUDCHI indianadeltachi.com

Lehigh LehighDChi Little Rock Colony UALRDeltaChi

Louisiana Tech LATechDeltaChi latech.deltachi.org LSU LSUDeltaChi lsudeltachi.com Mankato DeltaChiMankato deltachimankato.mfbiz.com Marquette MUDeltaChi marquettedeltachi.com Marshall MULeges Massachusetts UMassDeltaChi umassdeltachi.com Miami DeltaChiMiamiOH deltachimiami.com Michigan MichDeltaChi umdeltachi.com Michigan State MichStDeltaChi

Missouri State DeltaChiMSU mostatedeltachi.org Montclair D_ChiMontclair New Haven UNHDeltaChi North Alabama DChiUNA North Georgia Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Illinois NIUDeltaChi Northwestern NUDeltaChi Ohio State OSUDeltaChi osudeltachi.com Oklahoma State Colony OSU_DeltaChi Oregon State osudeltachi.org Oshkosh Colony OshkoshDeltaChi Penn State greeks.psu.edu/ifc/dx Pittsburgh pittdeltachi.com Purdue DeltaChiPurdue deltachipurdue.com Radford DChiRUFly Rhode Island Riverside DeltaChiUCR

Southeast Missouri SEMO_Delta_Chi Southern California USC_Delta_Chi uscdeltachi.org Southern Illinois SIUDeltaChi Spring Hill Syracuse CuseDeltaChi deltachisyracuse.org Tarleton TSUDeltaChi tarletondeltachi.weebly.com Texas TexasDeltaChi texasdeltachi.org Texas Tech TXTechDeltaChi Tri-State DeltaChiTrine trine.deltachi.org Troy State TroyDeltaChi troydeltachi.org Truman State TrumanDeltaChi tsudeltachi.com USP USciDeltaChi Valdosta VSUDeltaChi deltachivsu.org Virginia Commonwealth DeltaChiAtVCU deltachivcu.com Washington DeltaChiUW uwdeltachi.com Washington State DChiWSU wsu.edu/~deltachi West Chester WCUDeltaChi wcudeltachi.weebly.com Whitewater DeltaChiUWW sites.google.com/site/uwwdeltachi

Rutgers rutgersdeltachi.com

William & Mary WMDeltaChi wmpeople.wm.edu/site/page/ deltachi01

Sacramento SACDeltaChi

Wilmington DChiWilmington

South Dakota State sddeltachi.com

Windsor DeltaChiWindsor deltachiwindsor.com

South Florida DXSouthFlorida usfdx.com

Wisconsin Colony DeltaChiWisc

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CALL TO 60TH INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION

Louisville ~ July 27, 2016

To the men of the Delta Chi Fraternity, alumni members, alumni chapters, student members and associate members of the undergraduate chapters and colonies. As the fifty-second “AA”, I do hereby proclaim that the Sixtieth

International Convention will convene at the Louisville Marriott Downtown in the City of Louisville in the State of Kentucky at eight-thirty in the morning, Wednesday the twenty-seventh of July, Two Thousand Sixteen. Said Convention shall continue through scheduled adjournment on the thirtieth day of July.

The Board Of Regents is hereby called into session, starting at nine o’clock in the morning, Monday the twenty-fifth of July, Two Thousand Sixteen at the same location. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Delta Chi Fraternity to be affixed.

Done at the city of Iowa City, the first day of January in the year Two Thousand Sixteen and in the one hundred twenty-sixth year since the founding of The Delta Chi Fraternity. By the “AA”

Miles C. Washburn Massachusetts ’87

Attested by the “CC”

Marquez L. Brown Iowa ’01

For more information and to register for the 60th International Convention, please visit www.deltachiconvention.org today!

Delta Chi Quarterly - Volume 112, Issue 1  

Volume 112, Issue 1 of The Delta Chi Quarterly, released January 2016

Delta Chi Quarterly - Volume 112, Issue 1  

Volume 112, Issue 1 of The Delta Chi Quarterly, released January 2016