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Modeling National and Global Awareness Over the summer our International headquarters staff executed one of the best Leadership Institute’s in a long time and it did not hurt that it was in Chicago! Prior to the Leadership Institute, the Foundation hosted a special event to celebrate the accomplishments of several retiring Foundation board members. We are indebted to the service of Chicago Chapter alumni of Maury Mandel ’57, Marty Krasnitz ’55 and Jim McQuaid ’60. Our Fraternity is a better organization because of the service and commitment of these men. One special event during the Leadership Institute was the Distinguished Leadership Forum presented by the Oak Circle. The lecture was presented by Ed Rensi, Ohio State ’90. Brother Rensi, an alumni initiate, is the former President and CEO of McDonald’s USA. He utilized principled leadership to start as a cook and work his way up to become the leader of this international food chain. Brother Rensi’s enthusiasm and commitment to the company during his 31-year tenure helped establish McDonald’s as the world’s most successful quick-service restaurant. During his special presentation, Brother Rensi shared some important lessons that alumni and undergraduates could apply to their careers, as well as within their chapter. Brother Rensi accepted an invitation to our Fraternity from his grandson in 2010. In an interesting twist, my 32-year-old son was initiated during the 2012 Leadership Institute. It’s credit to our Fraternity that men want to join us at any age! What was most interesting about Brother Rensi was that he did not waltz in and give us trite, well-worn leadership quotes. In this space of global uncertainty, our undergraduate brothers don’t need alumni to offer empty advice. They need candid messages that challenge them. In our Fraternity education efforts we have been encouraging undergraduates to expand their career vision to include the entire global economy. We believe it is critical for undergraduates to study abroad, study from a wider selection of languages and cultures, take advantage of the international community on their campus, and finally consider recruiting a bright man from another country to join the chapter. On the heels of our creating a new nationally recognized global education program, Brother Rensi encouraged the undergraduates to “take some Mandarin classes.” He went on to say, “we will be dealing with China for a long time.” He further shared that China’s idea of long range planning is 100 years; ours is five to 10 years. Rensi stated that the U.S. does not have a common vision for our future, whereas China does. Through the recent U.S. presidential election and we have seen two very different visions of what the U.S. future could be or should be. China is more focused on one vision, and while it is a government imposed focus, they are focused nonetheless. On the other hand, our democratic freedoms may be working against us. At a monumental time in our history when we desperately need to come together to deal with a sour economy, to unite with Canada, and focus on our collective economic strength, we are spending valuable resources and too much human capital fighting each other. What concerns me even more is how Brother Rensi’s discussion might not have impacted the undergraduates. In my associations with our younger brothers I find many of them to be very, very uninformed. When I was initiated in 1972 my new brothers were eager to know my reactions and thoughts about the civil rights movement. That was a time we only had radios, newspapers, and three major networks on a big TV box with which to listen and watch as water hoses were being sprayed on innocent protestors in Birmingham, Alabama. Conversations among brothers were critical to our awareness of the world around us. These types of conversations are even more crucial today. I want to encourage you, as a valued alumnus, to attend the 2013 Leadership Institute in Phoenix, and I want to encourage you to get more involved with your undergraduate chapter. The world will very likely be a very different place to live and work for our undergraduate brothers.  Our chapters need involved and committed alumni like you to implement membership development programs on national and global workplace issues.

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Delta Upsilon International Fraternity North America’s Oldest Non-Secret Fraternity: Founded 1834

The Principles of Delta Upsilon The Promotion of Friendship The Development of Character The Diffusion of Liberal Culture The Advancement of Justice

The Motto of Delta Upsilon Dikaia Upotheke - Justice Our Foundation Officers

President E. Bernard Franklin, Ph.D., Kansas State ’75 Chairman of the Board Richard X. Taylor, North Carolina State ’82 Secretary Timothy C. Dowd, Oklahoma ’75 Treasurer E. Bruce McKinney, Missouri ’74 Directors James Bell, Calgary ’94 Terry Brady, Missouri ’62 Aaron Clevenger, Central Florida ’97 Robert D. Fisher, Alberta ’76 Jordan B. Lotsoff, Northern Illinois ’88 Aaron M. Siders, Kansas State ’04 Robert A. Stewart, Washington ’64 Angel Ochoa, Oklahoma ’14 Alex Parker, DePauw ’14 Past Presidents Terry L. Bullock, Kansas State ’61 Samuel M. Yates, San Jose ’55 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ’58 James D. McQuaid, Chicago ’60 Alvan E. (Ed) Porter, Oklahoma ’65

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Delta Upsilon Fraternity and Educational Foundation Executive Director: Justin Kirk, Boise State ’00 Associate Executive Director: Karl Grindel Director of Development: Craig S. Sowell, Houston ’92 Director of Foundation: John Duncan, Oregon State ’00 Executive Assistant: Jana McClees Special Projects Coordinator: Tyler Stevens, North Carolina State ’11 Senior Director of Educational Programs: Noah Borton Director of Educational Programs: Michelle Marchand Director of Global Initiatives: Kaye Schendel Director of Alumni Development: Colin Finn, Iowa State ’05 Director of Loss Prevention: Laura Whitney Chapter Development Director: Mark Gehrke, Boise State ’11 Matthew Nance, DePauw ’10 Expansion Consultants: Sean FitzGerald, Michigan ’12 James Shaver, Elon ’12 Senior Staff Accountant: Mary Ellen Watts Director of Communications & Editor: Jean Gileno Lloyd Social Media Director & Designer: Zach Thomas, North Florida ’09

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Volume 130, No 4 November 2012

Delta Upsilon International Headquarters Office hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday Office: 317-875-8900 FAX: 317-876-1629 Email: IHQ@deltau.org website: deltau.org Delta Upsilon Quarterly is published quarterly in the spring, summer, fall and winter at 8705 Founders Road Indianapolis, Indiana 46268, U.S.A., (R) TM Registered U.S. Patent Office Copy deadlines: Winter, December 1; Spring, February 1; Summer, April 1; Fall, August 1 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Delta Upsilon Quarterly, 8705 Founders Road, Indianapolis, IN 46268.

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CHAPTERS VISITED TWICE

“Delta Upsilon is quickly becoming the fraternity that colleges and universities have been waiting for.” Jeremiah Shinn – Director of Student Involvement and Leadership Center Boise State University

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Participants of the Global Service Initiative tripled with the addition of a second International trip and a domestic trip to New Orleans

2012 Leadership Institute Attendance Highest in more than 25 years "Next year I will be a sophomore in college. It is my turn to put as much as I can into this fraternity, and more specifically, my chapter. I could not be more motivated than I am right now to double my chapter's m e m b e r s h i p, and triple involvement with the university community.” Leadership Institute Attendee

"THE PRINCIPLES APPLY ON A GLOBAL SCALE AND GSI PROVES IT. I WAS ABLE TO FIND SPECIFIC EXAMPLES FROM ONE WEEK IN JAMAICA TO FIT EVERY ONE OF THE FOUR FOUNDING PRINCIPLES AND MY UNDERSTANDING OF THEM INCREASED EXPONENTIALLY. IF YOU WANT A DEEPER CONNECTION TO DELTA UPSILON, GSI IS THE WAY TO DO IT." - ALEX CAMPEA, CARTHAGE ’13 DELTAU.ORG

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“Our past is secure; our future depends upon our vigilance…” – Delta Upsilon Ritual

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s a distinguished Fraternity looking to the future, we can learn a great deal from corporate America.   Companies that enjoy enduring success have core values and a core purpose that remains fixed over time while their business strategies and practices endlessly adapt to a changing world. The dynamic of preserving the core while encouraging and embracing new, fresh strategies is the reason that companies such as Hewlett-Packard, 3M, Johnson & Johnson,

Procter & Gamble, Merck, and Sony have became elite institutions, able to renew themselves and achieve superior long-term performance.  Their employees know that radical change in operating practices, cultural norms, and business strategies do not mean losing the spirit of the company’s core principles.  These companies continually question their structure and revamp their processes while preserving the ideals embodied in their missions.  These companies were studied for the book “Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies” and found that they have outperformed the general stock market consistently since 1925.

Strategic Plan Timeline August 2009, Albany, NY At the celebration of the 175th anniversary, President Bernard Franklin established a task force to study “What makes a fraternity relevant to men and higher education in the 21st Century?”

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November 2009, Indianapolis, IN First meeting of the President’s Task Force focused on the state of higher education and fraternity today, how a fraternity could align with higher education in the 21st century, and charted the course for the task force’s work.

January 2010, Indianapolis, IN During its second meeting, the task force worked through the Cambridge Model for Strategic Planning. The session examined the current state of Delta Upsilon, critical issues, competitors, possibilities, and broad strategies for the future.


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Leaders of truly great organizations understand the difference between what should never change and what should be open for change, between what is genuinely sacred and what is not. This rare ability to manage continuity and change—requiring a consciously practiced discipline—is what our Fraternity leadership has undertaken.   In 2009, the Fraternity’s International President, Dr. Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ’75, convened the President’s Task Force. We established a team consisting of some of higher education’s most esteemed student life professionals with the mission of exploring the relevance of the social fraternity on the 21st century college campus and in an emerging global economy. We considered how our strategies should change to better prepare men for global leadership.  The Task Force concluded that our core principles should endure another 50 to 100 years; they are unchangeable.  But there were a number of areas where Delta Upsilon could advance our great mission and become a global leader.   To that end, the group identified a number of considerations that would inform and guide the Board

of Directors and staff as they worked to develop the strategic plan that follows.

April 2010, Eugene, OR In the third task force meeting, the committee conducted focus groups with the Fraternity’s Board of Directors and the broad strategies developed in January came to life as definition and specific measures were crafted.

April 2010 – July 2010 The recommendations of the task force were grouped into five working areas: organizational structure, research and assessment, chapter structure, purposeful experiences and funding models.

Delta Upsilon is committed to Building Better Men through its programs and services.  To realize this commitment, Delta Upsilon has identified three areas of focus that will be outlined in detail throughout this plan: 1. Consistency of Undergraduate Brand 2. Alumni and Volunteer Engagement 3. Alignment with Higher Education Using this plan as a guide, we believe that Delta Upsilon is uniquely positioned to: 1. Be a fraternity that consistently and purposefully adds significant and lasting value to the lives of our undergraduate and graduate members in new and innovative ways 2. Be a fraternity that is a known and trusted higher education partner The time is now for Delta Upsilon. In our 178-year history, Delta Upsilon has never been better positioned and more poised to impact our members, our communities, and the global world. We encourage you to join us in implementing the innovative strategic plan that follows.

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Building BetTer Men. We will accomplish this by: Focusing on our non-secret heritage and Four Founding Principles:  The Promotion of Friendship The Diffusion of Liberal Culture The Development of Character The Advancement of Justice

Delta Upsilon’s Vision Statement Delta Upsilon is the premier men’s fraternity committed to Building Better Men for a global society through service, leadership development, and the lifelong personal growth of our diverse membership.

July 2010, New Orleans, LA The task force presented their findings to the Fraternity’s Board of Directors and Foundation Board of Trustees at the 2010 Leadership Institute.

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Consistency of Undergraduate Brand Delta Upsilon will develop and perfect a franchise model to ensure consistency among individual chapters and purposeful alignment with the principles of the fraternity.

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Develop and implement a standardized new member education program for the fraternity and enact necessary protocols for consistently socializing potential members and new members into the Delta Upsilon experience. Develop and implement a member development program that embeds targeted education and reflection activities into key junctures in the Delta Upsilon experience. Increase the number of undergraduate members participating in fraternity educational programs such as the Global Service Initiative, Leadership Institute, Winter Educational Conference, Regional Leadership Seminars and Building Better Men Weekends. Develop and implement a broad global citizenship/ education program. Develop a mechanism that facilitates member awareness (tracking) of their growth relative to fraternity purpose and/or articulated learning and developmental outcomes. Develop a framework for the development of individual chapter academic excellence plans that utilize the unique resources offered by the chapter’s host institution.

Chapter Experience Develop and implement a process whereby chapters will be assessed, evaluated and recertified on a consistent and recurring basis. Develop and implement a comprehensive, principles-based new member recruitment philosophy and a set of associated protocols that will result in chapter memberships that reflect the diversity of each host campus.

July 2010 – April 2011 The task force added further definition, integrating specific strategies across the five working areas, incorporating feedback from the membership at the Leadership Institute and building an operational plan.

Examine and adjust chapter officer roles, responsibilities and expectations to more effectively drive organizational purpose and engage members (at all levels) in chapter leadership. Review and revise Chapter Excellence Plan (CEP) to ensure consistency with officer structure, organizational purpose, and continued relevance to the development of high-functioning chapters. Articulate a formalized purpose-based expansion and colony development program. Articulate a set of academic expectations for potential new members, initiated members, and chapter officers. Standardize expectations for Delta Upsilon residential facilities, including live-in advisors, safety/risk reduction measures, contract language and assignment of educational space. Adopt and formalize chapter officer learning outcomes and an online learning platform for chapter officer education.

Alumni & VolunteEr Engagement Delta Upsilon will engage alumni and volunteers toward the purposeful and consistent development of individual members and the advancement of highfunctioning chapters.

Alumni Members Develop and formalize a curriculum focused on the transition from the undergraduate experience into the alumni experience (should extend beyond individual chapter experience). Develop and implement a plan for the engagement of Delta Upsilon alumni beyond the traditional volunteer and chapter advising roles. Develop a skill set matrix that articulates ideal DUIF Board make-up. Maintain a “three-deep” roster of potential Board candidates, in accordance with the aforementioned skill set matrix.

April 2011, Boise ID The Fraternity Board officially received and accepted the final report of the President’s Task Force.

August 2011, Orlando, FL With the task force report finalized and accepted, the Board of Directors outlined a schedule for building a new strategic plan.


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Revise the international/regional volunteer structure to ensure alignment with fraternity aims and purposeful engagement of talented and committed Delta Upsilon alumni. Develop and implement a strategy for the recruitment, engagement and recognition of non-members toward the advancement of Delta Upsilon. Purposefully communicate the message of Delta Upsilon to volunteers, higher education professionals, parents and other stakeholders. Develop a volunteer engagement matrix that describes the skills and/or experiences necessary for various projects/roles. Maintain a roster of potential volunteers, in accordance with the aforementioned volunteer engagement matrix.

Elevate the responsibilities, experience level and expectations of fraternity staff members. Secure permanent and predictable funding to further education and professional development in the areas of college student development, training and curriculum. Adopt a set of higher education learning outcomes to drive Delta Upsilon programs, protocols and decision-making. Establish a research and assessment arm for the fraternity to become a more data-driven organization.

Chapter Advising Team Develop a comprehensive training program for new and existing chapter advisory boards. Educate each member of the chapter advising team on the purpose, teachings and contemporary relevance of the Delta Upsilon Ritual of Initiation. Engage each member of the chapter advising team in a conversation about the 21st century Delta Upsilon, its aims, philosophy and expectations. Increase the number of chapters with full advisory boards. Increase the number of advisors. Develop a strategy for the recruitment of nonmember volunteers to serve on the chapter advisory team.

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Alignment with Higher Education Delta Upsilon will align its outcomes, practices and aims to become a trusted partner with higher education.

October 2011, Indianapolis, IN The Fraternity Board and staff began the development of the 201215 strategic plan.

March 2012, Kansas City, MO The strategic plan facilitator engaged the Executive Committee and senior staff in a planning process to clarify the key areas of focus.

AsSesSment Articulate a comprehensive assessment plan that guides decision-making and actions. Identify available technology and/or resources to further assessment initiatives. Standardize and institutionalize assessment tools for individuals, chapters and programs. Identify funding sources that seek to further student learning through purposeful assessment. Commit to consistent presentation/sharing of relevant assessment data at scholarly and professional conferences. Develop strategic alliances with peer organizations, professional associations and campuses to augment Delta Upsilon’s understanding of the undergraduate experience.

Partnerships Develop comprehensive higher education partnership protocols to guide expansion discussions and decision-making. Develop a chapter/campus-specific resource database to encourage chapter partnerships with on-campus entities and participation in campus programs. Formalize staff liaison relationships with higher education associations. Serve as the convener for conversations related to promoting research and assessment in fraternities and sororities.

April 2012, Raleigh, NC The Fraternity Board developed and completed an initial draft of the 2012-15 plan.

August 2012, Chicago, IL The 2012-15 strategic plan was adopted by the Fraternity Board of Directors.

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Distinguished Alumni Award Presented to Bill Messick, Lafayette ’68 The Fraternity’s highest honor, the DU Distinguished Alumni Award was presented to Bill Messick, Lafayette ’68, at the 2012 Leadership Institute in Chicago. Messick’s volunteer service began when he held the role of Corporation President for Lafayette in 1978. He went on to lead the headquarters building renovation that began in 2001 and served as a director on the Fraternity Board from 200103. From 2003 to 2009 he was Chairman of the Board and he also served a Province Governor from 2004-07. He has served as Lafayette Alumni Chapter President since 2009 and also served on the Fraternity nominating committee since 2009. His lifetime giving to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation places him in the top 50 of living donors. “Today, Delta Upsilon stands taller and more proud as an international fraternity because of the steadfast and focused leadership of our Brother, Bill Messick,” said Fraternity President Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ’75. “He led our organization during a time when we needed strong, and courageous leadership. We are so much better off today for having had his leadership at the helm of our great Fraternity.

He has made a profound impact on the lives of hundreds, literally thousands, of men across North America. For this reason we salute Bill Messick and recognize him with our highest honor.” The Delta Upsilon Distinguished Alumni Award is the highest individual honor in Delta Upsilon. Since its inception in 1984 at the Fraternity’s 150th Anniversary, the honor has been bestowed upon only a chosen few. It is intended to recognize those brothers who have shown their dedication by giving of their “time, talent and treasure” to the organization through their tireless efforts, dedicated service and direct hands-on involvement. This most highly-valued and respected award is presented to dedicated alumni who professionally display their devotion to Delta Upsilon and who exemplify the Four Founding Principles through their every action. Recipients of this most prestigious award are ambassadors and representatives of not only the Fraternity, but of the high honor and meaning of this award.

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2012 Leadership Institute in Chicago Delta Upsilon’s 2012 Leadership Institute achieved a historically high attendance mark when 450 Delta Upsilon brothers gathered in the bustling River North area of downtown Chicago in early August. This was the Fraternity’s fourth Convention on Chicago— the first having occurred in 1890. Brothers found opportunities to meet and reconnect during the opening “Taste of Chicago” reception on Thursday, which overlooked the magnificent Chicago skyline. DU’s social media presence increased dramatically this year with the use of the #DULI12 hashtag on Twitter and the ability of participants to use Foursquare for check-ins. The opening reception was followed by the initiation of Brandon Franklin, Kansas State ’12 and Nicholas V. Mudrick, McGill ’13. Both Franklin and Mudrick are sons of Delta Upsilon leaders and they were welcomed by brothers, guests and family members. The charge was given by Franklin’s father, International Fraternity President, Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ’75 who spoke about about Delta Upsilons’ Four Founding Principles and how they are relevant today with an emphasis on justice and equality. Mudrick’s father, Brian Mudrick, Louisville ’82, a past Fraternity Board member, was also present. It was a special and emotional moment rarely seen, when the DU fathers placed the initiation ribbon around the necks of their newly initiated sons. Rick Taylor, North Carolina State ’82 presented the Chairman’s Award for Outstanding Alumni Volunteer of the Year to Josh Katz, Central Florida ’97 in recognition of his time and effort devoted to the betterment of Delta Upsilon. Katz has served as Southeast Province Governor and hosted a loss prevention summit for area chapters. He has been an enthusiastic facilitator at the Winter Educational Conference and the Atlanta Regional Leadership Seminar and spent countless hours leading the reorganization committee for his own chapter.

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While in Chicago for the Leadership Institute, brothers enjoyed the White Sox vs. Angels game at U.S. Cellular Field.

Continued from page 9. Taylor then went on to announce the creation of a new DU Award of Merit, honoring long-time Fraternity and Foundation employee, Craig Sowell, Houston ’92. The Craig Sowell Award of Merit in History will recognize accomplished alumni in the field of research, preservation, and the public presentation of history. Brother Sowell, the first recipient of this award, joined the Fraternity staff in September of 2000 as Director of Alumni Development. In May 2002 he began serving the Foundation as Director of Development. As Delta Upsilon’s historian for more than a decade, Craig was devoted to organizing and managing the acquisition of historical artifacts maintained at DU headquarters. Through his “Ask Brother Sowell” online column, he has responded to scores of inquiries and shared fascinating details about Delta Upsilon’s history. He ensured that DU’s narrative history was updated in the 25th edition of the Cornerstone and was instrumental in providing historical touch points around the Williams College campus for those attending DU’s 175th Anniversary in 2009. Legislative business took place during the Undergraduate Convention and Angel Ochoa, Oklahoma ‘13 and Alex Parker, DePauw ‘14 were elected to serve as undergraduate directors on the Fraternity Board. The alumni and volunteer conference began on Friday giving the alumni the opportunity to hear about the Fraternity’s new strategic plan highlighting expanding alumni and volunteer involvement. Two separate sessions highlighted how to advise a successful values-based recruitment and

selection process and the theory and practice of coaching as an advisor. On Friday, before presenting several awards, Executive Director Justin Kirk, Boise State ’00 gave an overview of the Fraternity’s Successes and introduced new initiatives planned for the year ahead (see State of the Fraternity page 2 and Strategic Plan, page 4.) The Kansas Chapter was then honored with the overall award for the Chapter Excellence Plan (CEP) and recognized as the leader in four of the five CEP areas. Four of the CEP areas align with DU’s Four Founding Principles and the fifth recognizes performance tied to chapter operations. The Kansas State Chapter was recognized for CEP Excellence in the Development of Character. President Franklin presented the President’s Award for outstanding chapter leadership. After three semesters as president, significant accomplishments in philanthropic fundraising and a scholarship program that contributed to the chapter having the highest GPA among Interfraternity peers, Tyler Deary, San Diego State ’13 more than earned this significant honor. Deary, was also recognized as Outstanding Chapter President by the San Diego State Greek Life Office. Chapter Advisor Bruce Howard, San Diego State ’70, said, “Tyler is an exceptional young man who embodies what I consider to be a DU man. He makes his decisions with thoughtfulness and personal integrity. He has a quiet and determined drive toward excellence.”

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Chairman Taylor offered recognition for retiring Fraternity board members, Brian Mudrick, Louisville ’82, John Duncan, Oregon State ’00 and Chuck Downton, North Carolina ’66 who have provided recent leadership to the organization. Friday’s Global Service Initiative (GSI) Luncheon opened with an invocation by 2012 GSI participant, Gavin McHale, Washington ’13. President Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ’75 discussed the changing world and the need for global awareness and Chairman Rick Taylor reviewed the Fraternity’s GSI progress over the past three years prior to having all GSI participants join him on stage. Taylor then shared his personal experiences from participating in the GSI service trip to Jamaica in the spring of 2012. “This is an experience that every DU should have,” he said. “Think of the impact we can have on the world if we are united and committed in this effort. It is our vision that as a result of membership in Delta Upsilon, each undergraduate will have a global experience.” Fraternity members have raised more than $30,000 to fund supplies needed to construct schools and buildings through the GSI program. Each chapter is challenged to raise at least $1,000 for GSI in the next year. Fraternity Secretary Tim Dowd, Oklahoma ’75 announced the presentation of the Dr. Augustus White, III Award for Civic Engagement and Service. Established in 2009 to honor Augustus (Gus) White III, M.D., Ph.D., Brown ’57, the award is presented to a member of Delta Upsilon, or a fraternal partner, who has made significant contributions at the local, national, or global community level and has committed to giving back through community service efforts, civic engagement, or global service initiatives. Last year’s recipient, Kaye Schendel, joined Dowd to present the award to Dr. Mark Bergel, Northwestern ’85. In 2001 Bergel, founded “A Wider Circle” to help children and adults lift themselves out of property. By the end of last year the organization had served more than 80,000 children and adults. Angel Ochoa, Oklahoma ’13, a GSI participant from 2011 announced the Building Better Communities educational series which included five sessions on the topics of individual and societal transformation, supporting the Global Service Initiative, taking service and philanthropy to the next level, creating leaders for our communities and defining our difference in a global society.

Later that afternoon, the Ignite Series, in its second year, allowed brothers from seven different chapters to share inspirational messages for undergraduates and alumni. Topics and presenters included: • Reaching Chicago’s Underserved: Devin D. Mehta, MD, Illinois ’06 • Why We Serve, Eric Schuler, Boise State ’12 • The Modern Leader, Cliff Eagleton, Bradley ’58 • The Beginning of the End of AIDS, Aaron Vince, Grand Valley State ’12 • Understanding the Power of Action, Mawi Asgedom, Harvard ’99 • How the Origins of College Harm Society, Tyler Dillon, Northwestern ’14 • I Saved a Life—You Can Too, Christian Montgomery, Michigan ’09 On Friday night undergraduates and alumni alike enjoyed the camaraderie of their brothers as they took in a baseball game with the White Sox vs. the Angels at U.S. Cellular Field. Through the Founders Fitness Run on Saturday morning nearly two dozen brothers experienced running in an urban setting. Angel Ochoa, Oklahoma ’13 led the group as they covered a three mile course on city sidewalks from the hotel to Navy Pier and back.   The loss prevention education session on Saturday morning helped participants understand the Fraternity’s loss prevention policies, insurance coverage and trends related to incidents, claims and lawsuits. One large group session was facilitated by Associate Executive Director Karl Grindel and Foundation Associate Executive Director, Mike McRee. The following educational time blocks offered sessions on effective crisis management, confronting alcohol and drug problems, creating an internal standards board, defining the Fraternity man beyond external messages and a focus on how Delta Upsilon’s Oath differentiates the Fraternity from other organizations. At the same time, the annual Assembly of Trustees met to elect the new Fraternity Board. New board members include James Bell, Calgary ’92 and Terry Brady, Missouri ’62. J.C. Emerson, Missouri ’62 gave the invocation for the Awards Banquet on Saturday and Craig Sowell, Houston ’92 continued the tradition of recognizing members of the ASC, Delta Upsilon’s program to spotlight longtime convention attendance. Once an individual arrives at his seventh convention he is

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Tweets from #duli12 @kyle_s_martin “Fraternity done well can prepare a man for success like no other organization.” @iMagineerLeader #DULI12

@meroskey #DULI12 lung-exercises for the final 2 hours of the Recruitment Symposium. @deltaupsilon knows how to yell.

@alexcampea “All this I solemnly promise upon my honor, without any equivocation, mental reservation, or secret evasion of mind whatsoever” #DULI12

@cpfinn @NU_DU brother Tyler Dillon making a good point during the @deltaupsilon #DULI12 Ignite Series!

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@taylorshell Hope everyone enjoyed the @whitesox game tonight, was great to see so many guys out there together for #DULI12.

@sanjosedeltau Congratulations to Delta Upsilon’s sweepstakes winners: Kansas State, Rutgers, and Carthage! Well done and well-deserved gentlemen. #DULI12

@nicksmartinez #DULI12 went way too fast. Hope to see all these other brothers in the future. Have a great next year @deltaupsilon.

@cleeb93 12hr car ride home and we’ve arrived afrom #DULI12. Missing my brothers and can’t wait for #PHOENIX

@gregnance Totally inspiring start to my #Chicago trip. Big thanks # DULI12 ... See y’all in Phoenix

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Ed Rensi, Ohio State ’90 spoke with Quineill Simmons, Colgate ’14 following his talk as part of the Distinguished Leadership Forum presented by the Oak Circle (above). Aaron Vince, Grand Valley State ’12 speaks during the Ignite Speaker Series (left).

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Fraternity President Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ’75 (left) and Executive Director Justin Kirk, Boise State ’00 (right) presented Dr. Peter Carmel, Chicago ’56 the Linus Pauling Award of Merit in Science.

Fraternity Chairman Rick Taylor, North Carolina State ’82 presented Josh Katz, Central Florida ’97 with the 2012 Chairman’s Award for an Outstanding Alumni Volunteer.

recognized as a member of the ASC (named after the AntiSecret Confederation, which was formed in 1847 at what became DU’s first convention in Schenectady, New York). Leading the way was Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois ’73 attending his 38th consecutive convention. Maguire is just 14 years away from breaking the current record held by Col. Frederick Crossett, New York 1884. Crosset attended 51 consecutive DU conventions. Tomas Ortiz, Houston ’09, Brian Mudrick, Louisville ’82, Kevin Friis, Western Reserve ’09, George Wada, Fresno ’74, and Robert D. Fisher, Alberta ’75 were recognized for attendance at their seventh conventions. Staff members Colin Finn, Iowa State ’05 and John Duncan, Oregon State ’00 were recognized as ASC members for the first time, attending their ninth and eleventh Conventions respectively. Bruce Howard, San Diego State ’70, a chapter advisor for the San Diego State Chapter since 2009, was named Chapter Advisor of the Year. A founding member of the chapter in 1966, Brother Howard has worked tirelessly over the past three years to establish a strong foundation of advisory support, created the chapter’s CEA account, and recruited numerous alumni to serve in committee and advisory positions. The Outstanding Alumni Chapter Award was presented to the Kansas State Alumni Chapter. Alumni leaders from the Kansas State Chapter not only manage the chapter facility and regularly conduct fundraising campaigns, but they also have a team of advisors who work with the men on a regular basis. The alumni even offer a number of scholarships and this year implemented a study abroad scholarship which will allow fund the entire study abroad experience for one member of the chapter.

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Dr. Mark Bergel, Northwestern ’85 was honored with the Dr. Augustus White III Award for Civic Engagement. Kaye Schendel, the 2011 recipient presented the award.

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Director of Foundation for the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation John Duncan, Oregon State ’00 recognized donors to the President’s Club (gifts of $500 or more) and the Oak Circle (DU’s undergraduate giving program). The Virginia Chapter, which had 100 percent participation in the Oak Circle, the DU Foundation’s undergraduate giving program, reached the Silver Level for contributing $500 or more in the fiscal year, was honored with the DU Foundation’s 2012 McKeag Award. The award is named for Brother David McKeag, Minnesota ’04 who had a significant impact on the Oak Circle’s success in the program’s first three years. Other chapters recognized this year were: Houston, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, Purdue, San Jose, Technology and Western Reserve, with each being honored as Bronze chapters of the Oak Circle with a total of more than $250 in contributions. Executive Director Justin Kirk, Boise State ’00 announced the 2012 - 2013 DU Foundation Scholarship recipients, recognizing the three $1,000 Oak Circle Scholarship recipients: Jacob D. Hash, Michigan ’14, Keith M. Jurek, Michigan Tech ’13 and J. Boone Ott, Kansas State ’13. He joined Former DU Fraternity President Jim McQuaid, Chicago ’60 in announcing two $2,500 McQuaid Undergraduate Scholarships, which were awarded to Tyler C. Richter, North Dakota ’14 and B. Benjamin Weigel, Boise State ’13 as well as Kenneth R. House, Indiana ’01, who received a McQuaid Graduate Fellowship. Brother McQuaid was then recognized, along with other retiring DUEF Foundation

Trustees Maury Mandel, Chicago ’55 and Marty Krasnitz, Chicago ’57 for their longtime service to Delta Upsilon (see page 37.) Dr. Peter Carmel, Chicago ’56 was honored with the Linus Pauling Award of Merit in Science. Dr. Carmel founded the Neuroendocrine Laboratory in the Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction at Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1969. A faculty member in the department of neurosurgery at Columbia University for 27 years, Dr. Carmel was the founding chief of the Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery and was a professor of neurological surgery. He is chairman emeritus of the Department of Neurological Surgery at the New Jersey Medical School and co-medical director of the Neurological Institute of New Jersey. He has authored or coauthored more than one hundred peer-reviewed articles. Last year he served as the 166th president of the American Medical Association. He has also served on the board of directors of the National Patient Safety Foundation and the National Health Museum, and he serves on the New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Research. Dr Carmel served as vice chair and chairman of the National Coalition for Research in Neurological Disease and Strokes, and subsequently as chair of the National Foundation for Brain Research. The Distinguished Leadership Forum Presented by the Oak Circle featured Ed Rensi, Ohio State ’90, who shared important lessons in leadership from his career. Rensi utilized principled leadership to start as a cook and work his way up to become president and CEO of McDonald’s USA.

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Rensi’s enthusiasm and commitment to the company during his 31-year tenure helped establish McDonald’s as the world’s most successful quick service restaurant. The session included a question and answer portion with opportunities to talk directly with Brother Rensi and gain insight on and how to apply leadership lessons in the fraternity chapter environment. The much-anticipated Grand Awards Banquet finally arrived on Saturday night with the opportunity to further recognize Fraternity accomplishments. Sweepstakes finalists included Carthage, Kansas, Kansas State, Lehigh, Oklahoma, Rutgers and San Jose. These chapters demonstrated exceptional performance in multiple areas such as performance on the CEP as well as their academic standing, recruitment achievements, their standing on campus and the example they provide for other DU chapters. For 2012, Carthage, Kansas State and Rutgers were all honored with the Sweepstakes Award. Fraternity Board member Bob Stewart, Washington ’64 led the Delta Upsilon Remembrance followed with a moment of silence for all of DU’s fallen brothers. The Most Improved Chapter Award was presented to both the North Carolina Chapter and the Oregon State Chapter. Chairman Taylor welcomed DU’s newest chapter at Elon University in North Carolina. DU’s 157th Chapter was installed on April 21 with the initiation of 59 undergraduates and one alumnus. Neil Hall, Arlington ’12 was recognized with the Distinguished Undergraduate Award based on his leadership, service and involvement to improve his chapter, campus and community. The award emphasizes the attributes of an undergraduate’s involvement during his whole college career. The recipient has his name engraved on the permanent recognition plaque at the International Headquarters. Finalists included Trevor Baisden, Rochester ’12, Austin Peck, California ’12, Eric Schuler, Boise State ’12, and Aaron Vince, Grand Valley State ’12. The Leadership Institute provides brothers with a compelling mix of the Fraternity’s bi-cameral legislative process, undergraduate and volunteer educational programming and an awards ceremony to celebrate and recognize significant accomplishments of members and chapters. The partnership with the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation and its donors continues to help support the Institute and other educational programs through grant funds.

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Members from Sweepstakes Award winning chapters Carthage (top), Kansas State (middle) and Rutgers (bottom) at the 2012 Leadership Institute in Chicago.

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Fraternity Communications Recognition In May Delta Upsilon was recognized with two awards from the 2012 Fraternity Communications Association Annual Awards competition. The Fraternity Communications Association (formerly the College Fraternity Editors Association) is made up of Second Place: Persuasive Essay Preparing Exceptional Global Leaders E. Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ’75

fraternities and sororities committed to communicating the highest ideals of the fraternity system and its achievements. FCA seeks to be an indispensable asset to the fraternal movement, to challenge members to imagine a better way of communicating. Second Place: Critics’ Choice Logo Design 2012 Leadership Institute, Chicago Zach Thomas, North Florida ’09

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How has Delta Upsilon impacted your undergraduate experience?

I have learned so much and have gained so much through DU that I can’t imagine where I would be today if I hadn’t joined. The chapter gave me the opportunity to refine my leadership and personal skills in a comfortable environment so I would be prepared for other challenges. For instance, I was asked to be the president of the Biomedical Engineering Student Society in 2011 by the previous year’s leaders and advisor—a position never held by an undergraduate before—because they had heard about my work ethic and leadership experience. Although I knew being president of multiple organizations at the same time would be very difficult, I appreciated that I would gain an invaluable amount of experience. I have been president of three organizations, vice-president of two others, and have been hired at multiple jobs related to my field of study, all because I took advantage of the opportunities provided by Delta Upsilon. Tell us about your community service involvement.

My chapter has volunteered at our local Boys and Girls Club over the past few years. It was enriching to give back to the community and help children grow. When I was chapter president, we started a philanthropy event to raise money and awareness for depression help and suicide prevention through an organization called To Write Love On Her Arms. This has been especially close to me ever since I had a very close family member attempt suicide. It opened my eyes to the needs of other people and helped me understand how to help them. Tell us about the work you do.

Since July 2011, I have been a medical scribe in an emergency room in downtown Fort Worth. I work directly for the

emergency physicians, documenting everything and placing their orders for them. Scribes allow doctors to see and treat more patients during their shifts since they don’t have to sit down and document between patients. Since March 2009 I have worked as a neuroengineering research assistant for a professor in my school’s bioengineering department. I have worked on various projects over the years involving brain cancer and spinal cord injuries. I am the primary author of an article currently in review for publication and the secondary author of another paper. In March 2012, I also began working as a clinical research assistant for a trauma surgeon research committee. We are working on a functional trauma scale for geriatric injury. During the summer of 2011, I worked as the bioengineering lead project mentor for high school engineering summer camps teaching pre-engineering high school students about bioengineering principles. What do you feel is most important for the future of the Fraternity?

Delta Upsilon stands apart from other fraternities because we have embraced a certain fact that most others haven’t—we are moving toward global interaction and global involvement, which is vital to success in the future. Most Americans don’t worry about the rest of the world, but the fact is that every field of study can grow exponentially if they take advantage of the synergistic effects of worldwide collaboration. Focus on the Global Service Initiative and introduction of other global opportunities will keep Delta Upsilon and its members extremely competitive and successful. Hall will graduate in May 2013 with a B.S. in biology and a master’s in biomedical engineering. He plans to eventually pursue a medical degree with the goal of becoming a surgeon.

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Chapter and Alumni News Arlington Chapter The Arlington Chapter raised money for the Global Service Initiative with truck smashing event. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sept. 6, an old truck parked on the Central Library mall and students, faculty and staff had a chance to make a donation in exchange for smashing the truck with a bat.

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Culver-Stockton Chapter The Culver-Stockton Chapter (pictured above) has dedicated each month of the semester to a Founding Principle. September was Development of Character month where brothers were encouraged to study and meditate on their own character. The chapter had a campus clean-up event on September 29. October was Diffusion of Liberal Culture month. Georgia Tech Chapter For the second straight year, brothers attended the Hornet Hustle at Hawthorne Elementary School in September. They helped to encourage the students in their run promoting good physical health, and ensured their safety while doing so. The event was coordinated by the chapter’s philanthropy chair, Brother Taylor Willoughby, Georgia Tech ’15, along with alumnus Matt Washburn, South Carolina ’91. Other Georgia Tech undergraduates in attendance included Nick Fletcher ’13, Richard Nuskind ’13, Joey Weaver ’13, Hayden Riddiford ’15, Chris Jreige ’15, and Nick Curran ’15, Ryan Burke ’16,’ Matthew Naugle ’16, Wesley Schon ’16, and Matt Myers ’16. Iowa Chapter In June, the Iowa Chapter alumni hosted the 13th annual alumni weekend and golf tournament. More than 40 brothers

enjoyed golf followed by a reception hosted by Billy Bryce, Iowa ’04, owner of the Sports Column in Iowa City. Dr. Lawrence D. Prybil, Iowa ’62 retired from the University of Iowa in 2010 and was named professor emeritus. He now holds a part-time position as professor and associate dean at the College of Public Health at the University of Kentucky. Owned by Stephen L. West, Iowa ’68 West Music Company, Inc. received a “Top 100 Dealer Award” at the National Association of Music Merchant’s annual summer music product trade show. West Music was proud to be a finalist for Dealer of the Year, making them one of the top three Independent Music Dealers of 2012. Kansas State Chapter With more than 300 in attendance the Kansas State Chapter hosted family, friends, and alumni on Saturday, September 15, for a celebration in honor of the awards the chapter received at the Leadership Institute this past summer in Chicago. Attendees gathered early in the afternoon for a barbecue, and then congregated for the presentation, with the iconic front of the house serving as the backdrop. Chapter advisor and distinguished alumnus, Joe Knopp, Kansas State ’74, offered a warm welcome and spoke of his experience with the undergraduates in the chapter. Awards were then presented ceremoniously to Chapter President Jason Hoover, Kansas State ’13 who offered brief comments before introducing International Fraternity President Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ’75. Delta Upsilon Executive Director Justin Kirk, Boise State ’00 in his first visit to Manhattan, Kansas, provided a keynote speech recognizing the terms by which the chapter won their awards, and the

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The Michigan Chapter house was rededicated on October 13 following restorations from severe fire damage in 2008.

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terms by which Delta Upsilon seeks to continue to grow. Kirk then presented Knopp with a key leader lapel pin in recognition of his longtime service and dedication to the Kansas State Chapter. The alumni board also presented an identical framed replacement of the chapter’s original charter. Though the original charter was stolen, the chapter’s charting document is displayed in the house once again. After the ceremonies ended, participants headed to the football game to cheer on the Wildcats over North Texas. Miami Chapter During homecoming on September 22 the Miami Chapter honored Chris Maraschiello, Miami ’88 with the chapter’s inaugural Distinguished Alumni Award. Twentyfive undergraduates and 20 visiting alumni attended the ceremony recognizing Maraschiello’s past service along with his continuing support and guidance to the chapter. After joining Delta Upsilon in 1986, Maraschiello served the Fraternity as an undergraduate and as an alumnus. As an undergraduate he was vice-president, new member educator, house manager and recruitment chair. He then served as graduate advisor and went on to serve as president the Miami Chapter’s Alumni Corporation. Maraschiello has taught middle school social studies since 1994 and in 2010 he won the Jim Blount History Educator of the year and the Ohio Council for the Social Studies Middle School Teacher of the Year. Michigan Chapter The Michigan Chapter hosted more than 100 alumni to re-dedicate their chapter house in October. Under the leadership of the Michigan Chapter Alumni Board the house underwent a $6- million rebuild after severe damage from a fire in May 2008. No members were living in the house at the time of the fire.

Chris Maraschiello, Miami ’88 was honored with his chapter’s Distinguished Alumni Award.

During the ceremonies, Chapter Advisor John Markiewicz, Michigan ’64 presented recognition to Jean Dugan, the wife of Robert Dugan, Michigan ’68. Fellow alumni raised more than $10,000 in Robert Dugan’s honor to fund the refurbished woodwork and new DU letters for the house. Built by well-known Detroit architect Albert Kahn in 1903 and listed on state and national registries of historic places, the Michigan Chapter house has been a source of pride for generations of Delta Upsilon members. The Tudor revival, brick house is known as the oldest residential fraternity or sorority house on the Michigan campus that is still occupied by the organization that constructed it. The house was listed on Michigan’s State Register of Historic Sites in 1991. The extensive repairs restored the chapter house to its original design and facility upgrades were made.

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San Diego State undergraduates volunteer at a local elementary school.

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North Carolina Stanley Ridgley, Ph.D., North Carolina ’77 published his latest book “The Complete Guide to Business School Presentations.” This comes on the heels of his June 2012 publication of his DVD lecture series “Strategic Thinking Skills,” by www.thegreatcourses.com. Brother Ridgley is a 1977 graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill and 1999 PhD from Duke. He teaches teach Strategic Management in the LeBow College of Business at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Brother Ridgley has lectured and presented widely in the United States, Russia, India, France, Colombia, and Singapore, and he is one of America’s foremost business presentation coaches. Ridgley is a former military intelligence officer for the U.S. Army and served five years in West Berlin and near the Czech-German border, where he received the George S. Patton Award for Leadership from the 7th Army Academy. Oklahoma Chapter The Oklahoma Chapter of Delta Upsilon won the first place trophy this year in intramurals for the first time in over a decade. The chapter was also named runner up for the President’s Trophy, the highest fraternal honor at the University of Oklahoma and came in first place in the multicultural division. The Oklahoma Chapter also had the honor of sending Evan Crabtree, Oklahoma ’ 15 the vice president, to volunteer for DU’s Global Service Initiative. Crabtree worked vigorously with other DU volunteers to build a school from the ground up in Jamaica. Rutgers Chapter On September 5, 2012 at the Rutgers Greek Convocation, the Rutgers DU chapter brought home the top honor winning the 4-Star chapter award. Out of 80 Greek-letter chapters, only four were awarded this honor.

San Diego State Chapter The San Diego State Chapter sent its largest delegation to the Leadership Institute this year with six undergraduate members and three alumni. Tyler Deary, San Diego State ’13 was recognized as President of the Year, in addition to Bruce Howard, San Diego State ’70 being recognized as Chapter Advisor of the Year. Undergraduate members began working with Feeding America at Lexington Elementary School to distribute food to low income families. They also help out in classrooms every Friday afternoon. The San Diego State alumni recently held the Third Annual Tim McGee Memorial Wiffle Ball Tournament. Alumni from all eras of DU participated as well as those from other schools such as the brothers from MIT that now call San Diego their home. Members continue to encourage all alumni living in San Diego to attend alumni events. David Maiolo, San Diego State ’91 was recognized with great thanks for his seven years of service as corporation

San Diego State undergraduates and alumni at the 2012 Leadership Institute.

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president. The alumni board was happy to award him with the San Diego State Chapter’s DU Lifetime Achievement Award. Finally, the San Diego State alumni continue to be successful in raising money through its CEA scholarship program and were happy to provide scholarship awards to six well-deserving undergraduate members.

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Swarthmore Chapter Members of the Swarthmore Chapter volunteered for a work day at Swarthmore Friends Nursery School on Saturday, September. 15. Clerk of the Meeting Christine Tyma DeGrado, wrote on a thank you letter on behalf of the Swarthmore Friends Meeting.“When I arrived at the Meeting at 9:30 that morning,” she wrote, “I was amazed to see the buzz of activity inside and outside Whittier House. There seemed to be Delta Upsilon members everywhere, moving and spreading the vast amounts of sand and wood chips that our school’s playground needed in order to be ready for the arrival of students for the new school year. What had seemed such a daunting task was completed more quickly that any of us could have imagined… The generosity and energy of the DU brothers was contagious; all who volunteered at the Work Day were buoyed by it and worked with special joy that morning. With your help we were able to accomplish more work than we had anticipated and everyone went home in high spirits.” Former Orioles relief pitcher Dick Hall, Swarthmore ’52, was inducted into Swarthmore’s first Athletics Hall of Fame class on October 26. Hall, a recently retired accountant, is 81. He spent 19 seasons in the major leagues pitching for four clubs. He signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates where he played outfield prior to becoming a pitcher in 1955. He joined the Kansas City A’s in 1960, was an Oriole from 1961 to 1966 and was with the Phillies from 1967 to 1968 before his final season with the Orioles from 1969 to 1971. Hall was a standout reliever, posting a 93-75 record, 68 saves and 3.32 ERA over 495 games and 1,259.2 innings. At Swarthmore, Hall lettered in baseball, football, basketball, track and field, and soccer. He still holds many Swarthmore’s pitching and hitting records, including career strikeouts (281), singleseason strikeouts (108), career ERA (1.69), single-season ERA (1.01), career batting average (.412), single-season batting average (.510) and single-season home runs (six). ON the track, he still holds hte school record for the long jump (23.23 feet).

Virginia Chapter Last summer Michael Myers, Virginia ’13 and Carrick Owlett, Virginia ’13 studied at Oxford University in Oxford, England. “As part of a six-week program Carrick and I were lucky enough to fully immerse ourselves into the United Kingdom culture,” Myers said. “With the exception of the hit our wallets took from the pounds to dollars conversion, our experience was nothing but perfect. We lived in the old dorms of University College, the same place where J.R.R. Tolkien, Lewis Carroll, and other famous authors lived. We shared a hallway with a door half the normal height, similar to the one Lewis Carroll wrote about in Alice in Wonderland. The U.K. was a great educational experience, but studying there presented several opportunities to travel. Carrick and I visited other countries including Scotland, Wales, the Netherlands, France, and Italy. In addition to taking classes at one of the world’s most prestigious universities, we also happened to visit during the 2012 London Olympics. I attended the USA vs. Australia quarterfinal Basketball game - it was an amazing experience. When we came home, it took some time to adjust back to reasonable prices and which direction to look when crossing the street. Nonetheless, I grew through this incredible experience and I look forward to sharing my knowledge with my brothers.” Washington Chapter On November 13 the chapter hosted their second annual etiquette dinner with an educational etiquette presentation by Michael Posner, the chapter’s chef. Western Ontario Chapter Paolo Campisi, Western Ontario ’14 and James Kemp, Western Ontario ’15 attended Recruitment Symposium and Leadership institute in August and were excited to bring back new skills that will continue to add to the chapter’s success. Steven Mayen, Western Ontario ’14 brought back our the flag football intramural team for the 2012-2013 school year. Western Ontario’s Alumni Board lead by Michael Daley, Western Ontario ’05 hosted an alumni golf tournament and a scotch and cigar night in London, Ontario during homecoming weekend.

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Delta Upsilon Foundation 2011-2012 Annual Report

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A MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN Before we get to the really good news at the end, first please allow me to sincerely thank those of you who joined us during the 2011-2012 annual giving year. We simply could not do the good work of Delta Upsilon without you and we are proud to honor you in the succeeding pages. We have enjoyed success in many areas this past year and continue to make good strides all around. One recent success we are proud to share with you is that your DU Foundation was awarded this past summer by the North-American Interfraternity Conference Foundation (NICF), recognizing our DUEF.org “Donor Choice” website as the “Best New Development Idea.”If you have not done so already, take a tour of the website today to find your philanthropic passion for DU and be sure to visit the “Chapter Specific Projects” to see how the DUEF can better help your alumni chapter in the fundraising process. While I regret to report this information, I simply must thank Mal Branch, Wisconsin ’69, Tony Cashen, Cornell ’57 and the “Chicago Three” of Marty Krasnitz, Chicago ’57, Maury Mandel, Chicago ’55 and Jim McQuaid, Chicago ’60 who have all signaled their departure from our Board of Trustees. Their involvement has been critical to our success and I offer a huge thank you to each of them for their dedicated involvement and sage council during their time on our Board. I am pleased, however, to share with you all, the news that David Cole, Wilmington ’72 and Dick Thompson, Michigan State ’67 have rejoined our board, along with Chuck Downton, North Carolina ’66. Each brings a unique quality of leadership to our board, and we look forward to the years ahead with their involvement. We are proud of the direction in which this Foundation is headed, walking step-by-step with the Fraternity as we soar to new heights. The new initiatives that the Fraternity has produced are astounding. DU’s Global Service Initiative is not only changing lives, but catching the attention of those around us. The already excellent leadership and educational programming is even more improved with the direction of a dedicated staff of higher education professionals. Our average chapter size has increased. Undergraduate membership and recruitment are at the highest levels in years. We are expanding to campuses that are seeking us out, rather than us seeking out them. While I have said it before, the time truly is now. You simply must attend a summer DU Leadership Institute or Regional Leadership Seminar in the spring to see, hear and feel the buzz that is in the DU atmosphere. Something special is happening in DU right now. Something truly, truly special. I believe that in our 178-year history, that Delta Upsilon has never been more poised to do great things and make a greater impact on our members and the Greek community as a whole. As a Foundation, we have never had a greater case for support, and you will be sure to hear about that case in the coming weeks and months ahead. I fully expect that you will want to be involved, at the very least, with your financial support. These are exciting times for Delta Upsilon, and I am thrilled to be a part of it with my support. I hope you will join me this year, along with the many others who have said, “count me in.” Fraternally,

Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio ’65 Chairman, Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation

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DUEF Board of Trustees CHAIRMAN: Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio ’65 VICE CHAIRMAN: Craig J. Franz, FSC, Bucknell ’75 TREASURER: P. David Franzetta, Michigan State ’70 SECRETARY: Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ’75 VICE-PRESIDENT INVESTMENTS: William C. Rappolt, Lafayette ’67 VICE-PRESIDENT DEVELOPMENT: Craig R. Milkint, Illinois ’83 TRUSTEES: Roy F. Allan, Lehigh ’68 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ’58 David L. Cole, Willimington ’72 John A. Delaney, Florida ’77 Charles A. Downton, North Carolina ’66 Thomas F. Durein, Oregon State ’92 John R. Eplee, Kansas State ’75 Gary S. Killips, Alberta ’71 Coady H. Pruett, Cal Poly ’02 Richard B. Thompson, Michigan State ‘67 John T. Weisel, Oregon ’48

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Legacy Circle The Legacy Circle was established in 2000 to honor living brothers who have listed the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation as a beneficiary in their will, insurance policy, 401K, or other deferred giving instrument. The following is a list of brothers that notified the DUEF of their intentions, and as such, are members of the Legacy Circle.

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Samuel Alboy, Northern Arizona ’01 Anonymous H. James Avery, Illinois ’44 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ’58 James G. Bell, Calgary ’94 George A. Blair, Miami ’37 Jerry L. Bobo, Houston ’77 Anthony B. Cashen, Cornell ’57 Aaron D. Clevenger, Central Florida ’97 Robert E. Collins, Eastern Kentucky ’74 Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State ’47 Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Bradley ’63 William F. Darlin, Miami ’56 Stephan C. Davis, Northern Colorado ’94 John A. Delaney, Florida ’77 Howard W. Dennis, Nebraska ’52 Henry J. Down Jr., San Jose ’53 Charles E. Downton III, North Carolina ’66 Darrell E. Dukes, San Jose ’53 Thomas F. Durein, Oregon State ’92 Clint M. Dworshak, North Dakota State ’00 John R. Dytman, Syracuse ’71 Steven R. Fisher, Washington ’87 Frederick R. Ford, Purdue ’58 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State ’70 Jeffrey L. Fuhrman, Northern Iowa ’94 John E. Giacomazzi, San Jose ’52 Ole J. Gilbo, Kent State ’65 William R. Gordon, Kansas State ’60

Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ’75 Terrence F. Grimes, Eastern Kentucky ’71 Benjamin L. Harper, Indiana ’54 Thomas E. Harrison, Johns Hopkins ’53 David A. Heagerty, San Jose ’50 Richard A. Hegeman, Purdue ’49 John C. Herron, South Carolina ’88 Melvin H. Iverson, Washington ’48 Aldie E. Johnson, Jr., Iowa State ’47 Everett C. Johnson, Arizona ’62 Michael O. Johnson, Arkansas ’90 O. Kepler Johnson, Kansas ’52 Orville E.Johnson, Washington State ’39 Justin J. Kirk, Boise State ’00 Rodney P. Kirsch, North Dakota ’78 Thomas M. Koehler, Carnegie ’87 Martin Kraznitz, Chicago ’57 Allan M. Lansing, Western Ontario ’53 Donald E. Larew, Iowa State ’63 Kelly S. Leach, Nebraska ’85 William T. Liebermann, Miami ’51 Jordan B. Lotsoff, Northern Illinois ’88 Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State ’59 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois ’73 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago ’55 Thomas C. McNeal, Miami ’37 James D. McQuaid, Chicago ’60 Craig R. Milkint, Illinois ’83 Charles L. Miller, San Jose ’59

Robert W. Muntzinger, Kent State ’51 Rodney L. Nelson, Minnesota ’63 Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin ’76 William H. Noble, Missouri ’50 H. Paul Picard, Houston ’82 Alvan E. “Ed” Porter, Oklahoma ’65 Philip G. Ranford, Culver-Stockton ’00 Daryl W. Reisfeld, Rochester ’03 John W. Rogers, Miami ’57 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida ’73 Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio ’65 Michael H. Sarra, Auburn ’64 Jeffrey W. Sears, Northern Arizona ’98 Trent A. Shepard, Illinois ’73 William A. Sigman, Iowa State ’50 Craig S. Sowell, Houston ’92 Tyler K. Stevens, North Carolina State ’11 Haruo Taga, Bradley ’54 Richard X. Taylor, North Carolina State ’82 James R. Tormey, San Jose ’57 John H. Vinyard, Jr., Missouri ’49 Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma ’52 Allan A. Warrack, Alberta ’61 James T. Watkins, Iowa State ’53 John T. Weisel, Oregon ’48 Scott W. Wilson, Colorado ’73 Venlo J. Wolfsohn, Pennsylvania ’48

A charitable bequest to the DU Educational Foundation may be expressed in terms of a specific dollar amount, a percentage of an estate, or as a residual or contingency beneficiary. Wills are important to ensure that wishes regarding assets will be observed and that the estate minimizes taxes or other expenses. The following language is suggested for inclusion in the will of any Delta Upsilon alumnus: “I hereby give, devise and bequeath to the Delta Upsilon Foundation with headquarters at 8705 Founders Road, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46268 the sum of $______; or the following described property: _________________________, or percent of the rest, residue or remainder of my estate, to be used for the general purposes of the Foundation as the Board of Trustees may direct.”

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THE LIFETIME GIVING WALL The DU Educational Foundation commissioned a recognition piece in October 2004 to recognize lifetime giving. The Lifetime Donor wall honors all donors who have set an example by their loyal and generous support. All donors who have gifted a minimum total of $5,000 in a lifetime to the DU Educational Foundation will be enshrined on the donor wall. Whenever a donor reaches the $5,000 plateau, his name will automatically be added to the wall! In addition, there are five levels of recognition for lifetime giving. When a donor reaches “the next level,” his name will be moved “up a level.” At the unveiling the board included 203 names of loyal donors. Since installation, more than 168 donors reached a gift level that qualified them to have their name added to the wall, with 24 names added in the 2011-12 fiscal year. The current list of 371 names are separated into the following five levels of recognition:

$5,000 $10,000

Friendship Society $25,000 Character Society $50,000 $100,000+ Dikaia Upotheke Society

Culture Society Justice Society

This permanent fixture honors those whose generosity demonstrates a commitment to the tradition of yesterday and the vision of tomorrow. Make sure your name will be included! Leave your legacy and preserve your name for posterity!

Visit DUEF.org for more information. DIKAIA UPOTHEKE SOCIETY $100,000 OR MORE

H. James Avery, Illinois 1944 Lester E. Cox, Pennsylvania 1898 Clarkson A. Disbrow, New York 1899 Paul B. Edgerley, Kansas State 1978 W. H. Harwell, Jr., Missouri 1951 John D. Luckhardt, San Jose 1956 Arthur K. Lund, San Jose 1955 Raymond E. Mason, Jr., Ohio State 1941 Charles D. Miller, Johns Hopkins 1949 Ohio Chapter H. Clayton Peterson, Kansas State 1967 John W. Rogers, Miami 1957 Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma 1952

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JUSTICE SOCIETY $50,000 OR MORE

Bruce S. Bailey, Denison 1958 Curtiss L. Beebe, Washington 1935 David L. Cole, Wilmington 1972 C. Norman Frees, DePauw 1936 Nicholas T. Giorgianni, Kent State 1956 Stella B. Gross Charitable Trust Richard A. Hegeman, Purdue 1949 Edgar F. Heizer, Jr., Northwestern 1951 Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana 1952 Martin Krasnitz, Chicago 1957 Allan M. Lansing, Western Ontario 1953 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago 1955 James D. McQuaid, Chicago 1960 Henry M. Rowan, Williams 1945 Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Cornell 1950 Donald C. Slawson, Kansas 1956 John T. Weisel, M.D., Oregon 1948 CULTURE SOCIETY $25,000 OR MORE

Gary B. Adams, Oregon 1966 Roy F. Allan, Lehigh 1968 Scott R. Bayman, Florida 1968 George A. Blair, Miami 1937’ Jerry L. Bobo, Houston 1977 Wilford A. Butler, Western Michigan 1961 Richard B. Campbell, Nebraska 1968

Anthony B. Cashen, Cornell 1957 H. Scott Davis, Jr., Louisville 1965 John A. Delaney, Florida 1977 Richard L. Delano, Indiana 1985 Henry J. Down, Jr., San Jose 1953 Thomas F. Durein, Oregon State 1992 Jeffrey L. Fuhrman, Northern Iowa 1994 William R. Gordon, Kansas State 1960 Benjamin Lee Harper, Indiana 1954 Donald R. Heacock, North Carolina 1964 John C. Herron, South Carolina 1988 Charles F. Jennings, Marietta 1931 Carl R. Jochens, Jr., Denison 1954 David D. McKeag IV, Minnesota 2004 William L. Messick, Lafayette 1968 E. Lee Musil, Kansas State 1971 Hugh E. Nesbitt, Ohio State 1914 Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin 1976 Alvan E. Porter, Oklahoma 1965 William C. Rappolt, Lafayette 1967 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida 1973 Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio 1965 William A. Sigman, Iowa State 1950 Steven K. Snyder, Oklahoma 1979 Patrick Spooner, San Jose 1959 Mrs. Ashton M. Tenney, Jr. Richard B. Thompson, Michigan State 1967 Robert L. Tyburski, Colgate 1974 Peter V. Ueberroth, San Jose 1959 Ralph O. Willard, Kansas State 1958 CHARACTER SOCIETY $10,000 OR MORE

Foundation Donor Anonymous Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania 1944 Dale H. Anderson, Iowa 1949 Frederick C. Atkins, Jr., North Carolina 1967 J. Carter Bacot, Hamilton 1955 F. Lee Baird, Kansas 1958 John E. Berry, Bradley 1987 William J. Bittner, Bradley 1974 William B. Boone, California 1935 Leo Robert Brammer, Jr., Oklahoma 1947

W. Perry Brown, Miami 1952 Keith B. Bruening, Iowa State 1980 Joseph H. Buchanan, Iowa State 1933 David H. Carnahan, Denison 1960 Douglas A. Cassens, Kent State 1968 David E. Chambers, Arizona 1960 Mart H. Cooley, Kansas State 1958 Jeffrey W. Courter, Iowa State 1984 Steven L. Cox, Oklahoma 1992 Harry A. Crawford, Ohio State 1947 Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr., Bradley 1963 Julian L. Dawson, Jr., Oklahoma 1935 Frank S. Dodd, Miami 1949 Timothy C. Dowd, Oklahoma 1975 Charles E. Downton III, North Carolina 1966 Darrell E. Dukes, San Jose 1953 Clint M. Dworshak, North Dakota State 2000 Craig R. Enochs, Houston 1994 John R. Eplee, Kansas State 1975 Richard F. Fagan, Washington 1952 Matthew G. Fiascone, Bradley 1985 Fred Fisher, Miami 1950 Robert D. Fisher, Alberta 1975 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State 1970 Ross K. Fuller, San Jose 1949 Robert A. German, Oklahoma 1990 John P. Grady, DePauw 1938 Donald S. Grant, Kent State 1970 R. Nathan Greene, Kansas State 1958 Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas 1975 Fred A. Guggenmos, Nebraska 1961 Thomas R. Harney, San Jose 1952 David A. Heagerty, San Jose 1950 Timothy R. Herbert, Iowa State 1982 Louis L. Holtz, Kent State 1958 Mildred V. Horn Foundation H. Karl Huntoon, Illinois 1972 John C. Jadel, Bowling Green 1952 Aldie E. Johnson, Jr., Iowa State 1947 William G. Kagler, Syracuse 1954 Charles H. Kamm, San Jose 1957 Will S. Keim, Pacific 1975 Ryan M. Kelly, Bradley 1994

Gary S. Killips, Alberta 1971 Rodney P. Kirsch, North Dakota 1978 David R. Knuepfer, Iowa 1976 Stephan G. Kouzomis, Illinois 1968 Donald E. Larew, Iowa State 1963 Byron O. Lee, Jr., Purdue 1951 Robert T. Lewis, Pennsylvania State 1940 Robert M. Loch, Nebraska 1954 Jordan B. Lotsoff, Northern Illinois 1988 Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State 1959 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois 1973 Lewis A. Maroti, Lehigh 1958 Richard C. Marx, Pennsylvania 1954 Mark E. McGarrah, Oklahoma 1985 John L. McGehee, Wisconsin 1938 E. Bruce McKinney, Missouri 1974 Robert C. McKinstry, Iowa State 1950 J. Paul McNamara, Miami 1929 Miami Alumni Chapter William C. Moodie, Jr., Lehigh 1947 John B. Morey, Jr., San Jose 1958 John P. Morgridge, Wisconsin 1955 Richard L. Morrison, Kansas 1970 Donald J. Moulin, California 1953 Glenn A. Mull, Kansas State 1973 Robert W. Muntzinger, Kent State 1951 Nebraska Alumni Association John C. Nemeth, Kent State 1967 Reginald B. Newman II, Northwestern 1959 Northern Iowa Psi Omega Bldg Corp. Brett A. Olson, Bradley 1988 Edward F. Paliatka, Bradley 1956 William M. Parks, Iowa State 1973 W. Allen Perry, Iowa State 1927 H. Paul Picard, Houston 1982 Richard W. Porter, Kansas State 1972 William T. Porter, Oklahoma 1941 Charles D. Prutzman, Penn State 1918 Thomas S. Rakow, Northwestern 1965 Leonard Rhodes, San Jose 1953 Rice Family Foundation Rutgers Alumni Chapter Samuel A. Santandrea, Rochester 1956 Christopher L. Saricks, Kansas 1970 Winston Scott, Washington 1930 *NAMES AS OF JUNE 30, 2012

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Beurt R. SerVaas, Indiana 1941 Jeffrey Siegel, Maryland 1978 Todd P. Smith, Bradley 1989 Thomas T. Stallkamp, Miami 1968 Max M. Stearns, Kansas State 1966 Norman J. Steffey, Kansas State 1957 Douglas J. Stussi, Oklahoma 1977 Richard X. Taylor, North Carolina State 1982 Ashton M. Tenney, Jr., Chicago 1943 Charlotte B. Terry Charles & Marion Thompson Foundation James R. Tormey, Jr., San Jose 1957 Thomas E. Tuckwood, Kansas State 1979 Gail B. Wakelee Allan A. Warrack, Alberta 1961 W. Donald Watkins, North Carolina 1927 Roger W. Wothe, Technology 1958 David H. Wynja, Iowa 1967 Samuel M. Yates, San Jose 1955 FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY $5,000 OR MORE

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Ronald C. Abbott, Kansas State 1961 E. Lysle Adams, Miami 1929 Jaime M. Aguero, Houston 1998 David V. Allard, Indiana 1970 Charles L. Allen, Michigan State 1955 Richard C. Allendorf, Iowa State 1983 Bret E. Anderson, Washington State 1995 Bruce C. Anderson, Purdue 1965 UT-Arlington DU Foundation K. Gordon Arnold, San Jose 1955 Harold D. Barker, Miami 1950 Michael J. Baughman, Kansas State 1978 Thomas P. Bays, Oregon State 1942 William B. Becherer, Kent State 1949 David M. Blatner, Southwest Missouri 1986 Paul J. Bodine, Jr., Northwestern 1950 Ernest J. Bontadelli, San Jose 1950 Herbert H. Boswau, Denison 1955 William W. Boyd, Northwestern 1948 Charles W. Brace, Bradley 1989 Malcolm P. Branch, Wisconsin 1969 B. Chris Brewster, Colorado 1977 Harry N. Briggs, Missouri 1951 Robert W. Broad, Syracuse 1960 Herbert Brownell, Nebraska 1924 Jeffrey A. Bryant, Oregon State 1997 Thomas E. Burgess, Miami 1961 Henry E. Burr, Miami 1962 Craig R. Campbell, North Dakota 1976 Ryan J. Carroll, Kent State 2001 Mitch Castor, Kansas State 1985

Michael A. Cesa, Kent State 1976 Huntly G. Chapman, British Columbia 1968 Donald A. Chew, Kansas State 1981 Robert J. Clanin, Bradley 1966 Clement C. Cole, Carnegie 1979 Rodney L. Cook, Oklahoma 1979 Edwin D. Crane, Arkansas 1976 Robert H. Croak, Oklahoma 1963 Thomas W. Darling, Syracuse 1981 Joseph M. Darragh, North Carolina State 1985 Joseph A. DeBlasio, North Carolina 1962 Christopher B. D'hondt, Illinois 1988 Walter A. Dwelle, California 1967 M. Eighmy Foundation John E. Esau, Kansas 1978 John H. Eyler, Washington 1969 Jon T. Flask, Kent State 1967 Craig R. Foss, Iowa State 1971 J. William Frank III, Lehigh 1968 E. Bernard Franklin, Kansas State 1975 Craig J. Franz, Bucknell 1975 John W. Funk, Oklahoma 1975 Joseph Gibson, Kent State 1968 Robert C. Gimlin, Purdue 1942 William N. Godfrey, Miami 1958 Wayne B. Goldberg, Louisville 1983 William R. Grant, Union 1949 Hugh W. Gray, Nebraska 1934 R. McDonald Gray, North Carolina 1959 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers 1978 Brian A. Halas, Miami 1993 Jay R. Hamann, Minnesota 1959 Oliver H. Heely, Jr., Auburn 1968 William E. Heine, Sr., Iowa State 1960 Bill A. Helvey, Kansas State 1958 John F. Herma, Rutgers 1970 David G. Herzer, Wisconsin 1954 Don A. Hill, Kansas State 1969 Patrick S. Hobin, California 1959 Richard M. Holland, Syracuse 1983 Yancy D. Hudson, Kansas State 1968 Martha S. Jack Thomas R. Jacobs, Arkansas 1977 Richard G. Jacobus, Wisconsin 1951 Alan C. Jeveret, Bowling Green 1959 O. Kepler Johnson, Jr., Kansas 1952 Scott A. W. Johnson, Washington 1980 Clifton C. Jones, Kansas State 1977 Mark S. Jones, Arlington 1975 Philip L. Jones, Oklahoma 1984 Rees M. Jones, Manitoba 1967 Alumni of Kansas State

Joshua A. Katz, Central Florida 1997 Donald A. Kelley, Miami 1969 Steven Khoshabe, Bradley 1993 Bryan L. Kinnamon, Iowa State 1969 Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell 1939 T. Michael Knies, Tennessee 1971 Douglas C. Kramlich, Northwestern 1959 David A. Krebs, Miami 1980 William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska 1957 Andris Lacis, Purdue 1964 Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue 1951 Robert S. Lannin, Nebraska 1981 Richard F. Laubengayer, Kansas State 1964 Frank C. Long, Jr., Ohio State 1932 George C. Long, Bowling Green 1967 D. Robert Madsen, San Jose 1951 Richard R. Mahoney, Houston 1983 William G. Malloy III, Northern Illinois 1969 Todd D. Marker, Washington State 1981 David L. Marston, Iowa 1963 Michael B. Martens, Kent State 2003 Robert J. Martin, Washington 1959 Stephen C. Martinelli, California 1952 Gregory H. Mathews, Florida 1970 Phillip H. Mayer, Iowa State 1949 David C. McCalpin, Bradley 1986 John S. McConnell, DePauw 1966 Howard L. McGregor, Jr., Williams 1940 Richard S. Melvin, Indiana 1930 Michael A. Menius, North Carolina 1968 Greg A. Metzer, Oklahoma 1982 Craig R. Milkint, Illinois 1983 William B. Miller, Jr., San Jose 1952 Michael G. Mitchell, Texas 1965 John L. Moodie, Iowa State 1945 Jeffery B. Morris, Kansas State 1979 Raymond R. Moser, Jr., Georgia Tech 1983 Grayson L. Moss, Purdue 1947 David S. Nelson, Clarkson 1969 Herbert H. Nelson, Colorado 1959 J. David Nelson, Northwestern 1963 Mrs. Hugh E. Nesbitt Robert V. Noreika, Lafayette ‘67 James W. Osborn, Iowa State 1973 Sid W. Patterson, Oklahoma 1942 Joe H. Petty, DePauw 1936 Michael A. Pizzuto, Illinois 1981 Neal R. Popham, Purdue 1954 Richard R. Popham, Purdue 1940 Daniel D. Porter, Iowa State 1990 Jon L. Prime, Bradley 1963 Joseph L. Raudabaugh, N. Carolina St. 1978

Rhodes Design & Development Corp Arthur Lynn Rice, Jr., Illinois 1936 Mark G. Ritchie, Iowa 1983 James S. Roberts, Florida 1963 James M. Robinson, Oklahoma ‘61 Edward A. Rosenfeld, Oregon State 1942 Elaine Sceva Terry K. Schmoyer, Jr., South Carolina 1988 John O. Schram, Bradley 1950 David R. Schumacher Sharkey Family Foundation John L. Sherman, San Jose 1966 Norman E. Sidler, Bradley 1991 James S. Simpkins, Washington State 1981 William S. Smeltzer, Syracuse 1958 James W. Smith, Washington & Lee 1962 Don S. Snyder, Miami 1970 Craig S. Sowell, Houston 1992 Michael L. Stepovich, San Jose 1956 Robert A. Stewart, Washington 1964 Willis A. Strauss, Iowa State 1944 George S. Studle, Washington State 1957 Kenneth H. Suelthaus, Technology 1966 Marvin F. Swanson, Kansas State 1957 Leland W. Sweeney, Jr., San Jose 1955 Edwin J. Taff, North Carolina 1961 Tamer N. Talaat, Louisville 1982 Herbert K. Taylor, Jr., Swarthmore 1927 John H. Teeter, Kansas State 1979 Michel C. Thielen, Iowa 1957 Paul A. Thiry, Washington 1928 Richard J. Thorpe, Syracuse 1960 Keith D. Tucker, Kansas State 1976 Peter A. Tuohy, Washington 1953 U.S. Charitable Gift Trust Douglas D. VanderWeide, Iowa State 1989 Clyde W. VonGrimmenstein, Purdue 1949 William Wallace III, Union 1948 Stephen L. Wallenhaupt, North Carolina 1974 Edward E. Waller, Jr., Oklahoma 1951 Robert V. Wardle, Michigan 1952 William F. Waters, Cornell 1954 Donald E. Weaver, Indiana 1960 George G. Weingardt, Ohio State 1955 Frank E. Wellersdieck, Brown 1951 James V. White, Michigan 1950 Paul W. Wilke, Jr., Minnesota 1950 Clark K. Williams, Northwestern 1962 Charles F. Witte, Miami 1951 Robert G. Yingling, Jr., Missouri 1962 James F. Zboyovsky, Jr., Penn State 1951

Honorary Gifts Alumni Assoc. of Penn State DU, in honor of William Briscoe, Purdue ’65 Jason H. Clark, Washington State ’01, in honor of 2012 WEC Facilitators Aaron D. Clevenger, Central Florida ’97, in honor of 2012 WEC Facilitators Joshua A. Katz, Central Florida ’97, in honor of 2012 WEC Facilitators Andrew D. Martin, Washington State ’05, in honor of 2012 WEC Facilitators Philip T. McDaniel, Central Florida ’03, in honor of 2012 WEC Facilitators

Corey R. Mock, North Dakota ’08, in honor of 2012 WEC Facilitators Kevin Smith, Ohio ’10, in honor of 2012 WEC Facilitators Nickolas D. Welton, Lehigh ’10 in honor of 2012 WEC Facilitators E. Bruce McKinney, Missouri ’74, in honor of Christopher B. McKinney, Missouri ’01 Todd C. Sullivan, Santa Barbara ’95 in honor of 2012 WEC Facilitators David S. Nelson, Clarkson ’69, in honor of the Clarkson Chapter

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2011 – 2012 DUEF Scholarships Chapter Leadership Scholarships

“A New Chapter in Leadership” campaign, which concluded in 2007, impacts undergraduate leaders by allowing for increased participation at conferences like the Leadership Institute and DUEL Experience program. These individual member scholarships are funded by the generosity of DU alumni members and DU alumni chapters. Twenty-nine DU undergraduate brothers received scholarships to attend DU’s 2012 Leadership Institute in Chicago and five DU chapters received scholarships to attend DU’s 2012 DUEL Experience program, which took place in June at Williamstown, Massachusetts. In addition to these scholarships a “New Chapter in Leadership” fund allowed for an additional $28,728 grant in support of the Leadership Institute. The following chapters presently have fully endowed Leadership Institute (LI) or DUEL Experience Scholarships: Chicago Cornell Denison Florida Houston

Illinois (2) Indiana (2) Iowa Johns Hopkins (4) Kansas (3)

Kent State Lafayette Lehigh Miami Minnesota

Missouri North Carolina North Carolina State Northern Iowa Northwestern

Oklahoma Purdue South Carolina Rutgers Wisconsin (2)

In addition, these chapters have fully endowed DUEL Experience program scholarships: Arizona State

Kansas

Louisville

Nebraska

North Dakota State

Annual Scholarships Awarded

The 2011-2012 DUEF Scholarship Program was completed with the announcements of the 2012 scholarship recipients during the Saturday Awards Luncheon on Saturday, August 4, 2012 in Chicago. This year, three McQuaid Scholarships of $2,500 each were awarded, in addition to three $1,000 Oak Circle Scholarships. Congratulations to this year’s recipients.

The McQuaid Scholarships

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Kenneth R. House, Indiana ’01* Tyler C. Richter, North Dakota ’14 B. Benjamin Weigel, Boise State ’13

*Graduate fellowships

The Oak Circle Scholarships

Jacob D. Hash, Michigan ’14 Keith M. Jurek, Michigan Tech ’13 J. Boone Ott, Kansas State ‘13

DUEF Trustee Jim McQuaid, Chicago ’60 presents a scholarship to Tyler Richter, North Dakota ’14.

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Consecutive Giving to DUEF for 25 years or more It has been said that “change must always be balanced with some degree of consistency.” Such is true with consistent giving to the DUEF. We can change, we can excel, we can improve and continue to innovate because of consistent giving. Below is a list of those brothers who have been the most consistent in their giving. The giving leaders listed below have given for a minimum of 25 consecutive years, and have the eternal and sincere thanks of the DU Foundation. We are proud honor you on this page. 42 Years

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Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania ’44 Leland J. Adams, Jr., Bucknell ’64 Harold D. Barker, Miami ’50 Michael G. w, Bradley ’69 David L. Cutter, Stanford ’51 Keith O. Kaneta, Washington ’59 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago ’55 Robert J. Martin, Washington ’59 Thomas E. Mattson, Oregon ’63 Howard O. Mielke, Carnegie ’51 Michael G. Mitchell, Texas ’65 Donald R. Morse, Tufts ’42 J. David Nelson, Northwestern ’63 Aubrey H. Polser, Jr., Texas ’65 Richard B. Thompson, Michigan State ’67 James V. White, Michigan ’50

41 Years

Jere E. Bremer, Bradley ’66 John O. Cronk, Iowa State ’60 Richard B. Hallman, Purdue ’54 Aldie E. Johnson, Jr., Iowa State ’47 John K. Johnston, Penn. State ’58 Howard Kahlenbeck, Jr., Indiana ’52 Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue ’51 Charles A Phillips III, Clarkson ’64 James S. Roberts, Florida ’63 William A. Sigman, Iowa State ’50 George S. Studle, Washington State ’57

40 Years

Dennis S. Kanemori, Western Mich. ’66 John W. Sprout, Bucknell ’48 Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma ’52

39 Years

William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska ’57

38 Years

Robert G. Yingling, Jr., Missouri ’62

37 Years

Gregory L. Allemann, Missouri ’69 Thomas P. Bays, Oregon State ’42

Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Jr., Bradley ’63 Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ’75 John W. Rogers, Miami ’57

36 Years

Frederic Ackerson, Iowa ’44 Bruce C. Anderson, Purdue ’65 John R. Ashby, Arlington ’74 John L. Cassell, Jr., Texas ’70 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State ’70 Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida ’73 Mark L. Rupert, Oklahoma ’74

35 Years

David E. Chambers, Arizona ’60 Mark A. Clemente, Cornell ’73 George J. Hamilton, Arkansas ’77 Bradley B. Hoot, Michigan State ’65 David O. Johnson, Kansas State ’75 Charles L. Kavanagh, California ’64 Thomas F. Keating III, Cornell ’57 Martin Krasnitz, Chicago ’57 Eugene A. Lucadamo, Lehigh ’71 Angelo J. Magistro, Rochester ’60 V. Edward Perkins, Brown ’35 Christopher L. Saricks, Kansas ’70 Henley L. Smith, Lafayette ’51 Ronald E. Wischhusen, Clarkson ’76 Sheldon Wylie, Brown ’57

34 Years

Larry W. Amos, Wash. State ’68 Dieter F. Czerny, Lehigh ’74 John A. Delaney, Florida ’77 John K. Dunlap, Texas ’73 Terry D. Finnell, Syracuse ’57 Robert W. Haerr, Creighton ’72 Stephen G. Katsinas, Illinois ’78 William T. Lauder, Columbia ’44 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois ’73 Leland W. Waters, Texas ’73 Keith W. Weigel, Iowa ’78

33 Years

Robert B. Buchanan, Illinois ’55

John H. Eyler, Washington ’69 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers ’78 Conrad L. Hoover, New York ’40 Grayson L. Moss, Purdue ’47 Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin ’76 James L. Ryan, Michigan State ’55 Richard L. Smith, Colgate ’68 Smith T. Wood, Technology ’69

32 Years

Jerry E. Brennan, Jr., Purdue ’55 Keith B. Bruening, Iowa State ’80 Thomas W. Foote, Purdue ’50 John F. Herma, Rutgers ’70 Thomas E. Hoover, Ohio State ’56 Alan C. Jeveret, Bowling Green ’59 David A. Krebs, Miami ’80 David C. Myers, Tennessee ’74 David E. Vinson, Wisconsin ’59

31 Years

Charles L. Allen, Michigan State ’55 Stephen J. Anderson, Northern Iowa ’79 Michael B. Donnelly, San Fernando ’68 John R. Ehrlich, Missouri ’67 William B. Hallam, Delaware ’80 Richard G. Jacobus, Wisconsin ’51 Mark S. Jones, Arlington ’75 Kenneth D. Miller, Iowa ’67 Brian E. Mudrick, Louisville ’82 Roger F. Ray, Arlington ’70 Gary A. Rugel, Illinois ’78 John T. Weisel, Oregon ’48

30 Years

John A. Buist, Illinois ’78 Clement T. Cole, Carnegie ’79 Philip E. Eubanks, Georgia Tech ’71 Patrick S. Hobin, California ’59 Robert W. Shively, Nebraska ’82 Richard B. Wilcox, Florida ’68

29 Years

Dennis A. Johnson, California ’63 L. Geoffrey Lawrence, Wash. & Lee ’59

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James A. Oppy, Kansas State ’64 Jeffrey A. VanEenenaam, Colorado ’79

28 Years

Kelley J. Brennan, Marietta ’64 Alan R. Chapman, Illinois ’69 Andris Lacis, Purdue ’64 Stephen L. Mahannah, Colorado ’61 Alan L. Mores, Iowa State ’80 Charles F. Witte, Miami ’51

27 Years

Michael E. Hogan, Purdue ’85 Charles R. Kurtak, Washington St. ’42 Willard C. Loomis, Miami ’59 Michael A. Nickey, Iowa State ’65 George G. Rinder, Chicago ’41 Albert P. Stauderman, Jr., Syracuse ’58

26 Years

M. Dunbar Ashbury, Jr., Virginia ’54 Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ’58 Jerry L. Bobo, Houston ’77 Walter R. Brookhart, Virginia ’71 Daniel L. Costello, Northwestern ’54 Michael D. Huke, Technology ’65 Douglas P. Love, Alberta ’46 Peter A. Marzek, Illinois ’81 Gary E. Middleton, Carnegie ’86 Robert C. Nelson, Missouri ’83 Jack A. Ritt, Illinois ’52

25 Years

William R. Gordon, Kansas State ’60 Philip B. Groebe, DePauw ’62 John C. Herron, South Carolina ’88 Joseph D. Joyner, North Carolina ’77 James W. Lambert, Indiana ’87 Jordan B. Lotsoff, Northern Illinois ’88 Marshall T. Nanninga, Chicago ’47 William D. Rose, North Carolina ’69 Al P. Saufley, Virginia ’54 Jeffrey Siegel, Maryland ’78 Richard Sunkel, Miami ’53


President’s Club The President’s Club was created more than 30 years ago by then-Fraternity President W. D. Watkins, North Carolina ’27. Today, it honors all donors who give more than $200 to the annual fund within a fiscal year. Members of the President’s Club receive aPresident’s Club lapel pin at every five-year renewal interval and various benefits and advance notices for special events as applicable. In the 2011-2012 fiscal year, there were 577 members of the President’s Club, including 200 donors whose gifts totaled $500 or more who are honored as part of the “President’s Trust.” Sincerest thanks to our giving leaders! JAMES A. GARFIELD CIRCLE GIFTS OF $25,000 OR MORE

Paul B. Edgerley, Kansas State ’78 - CEA+ Arthur K. Lund, San Jose ’55 - CEA Scaramucci Foundation - CEA CHARLES EVANS HUGHES CIRCLE GIFTS OF $10,000 TO $24,999

Steven L. Cox, Oklahoma ’92 - CEA Robert A. German, Oklahoma ’90 - CEA William M. Parks, Iowa State ’73 - CEA Richard L. Rodine, Oklahoma ’73 - CEA JAMES S. MCDONNELL CIRCLE GIFTS OF $5,000 TO $9,999

Roy F. Allan, Lehigh ’68 H. J. Avery, Illinois ’44 Jerry L. Bobo, Houston ’77 - CEA+ Craig R. Campbell, North Dakota ’76 Rodney L. Cook, Oklahoma ’79 - CEA Timothy C. Dowd, Oklahoma ’75 Robert D. Fisher, Alberta ’75 - CEA+ John W. Funk, Oklahoma ’75 - CEA Philip L. Jones, Oklahoma ’84 - CEA Donald E. Larew, Iowa State ’63 - CEA+ Curtis M. Long, Oklahoma ’71 - CEA Mark E. McGarrah, Oklahoma ’85 - CEA Greg A. Metzer, Oklahoma ’82 - CEA Oregon State Chapter Richard W. Porter, Kansas State ’72 - CEA William C. Rappolt, Lafayette ’67 James M. Robinson, Oklahoma ’61 - CEA John W. Rogers, Miami ’57 Steven K. Snyder, Oklahoma ’79 - CEA Richard X. Taylor, N. Carolina St. ’82 - CEA+

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JAMES B. CONANT CIRCLE GIFTS OF $2,500 TO $4,999

Bruce S. Bailey, Denison ’58 Scott R. Bayman, Florida ’68 Charles E. Downton, North Carolina ’66 Thomas R. Harney, San Jose ’52 - CEA+ Jordan B. Lotsoff, Northern Illinois ’88 James D. McQuaid, Chicago ’60 Nebraska Chapter Oklahoma Chapter Stephen K. Rowley, Ohio ’65 Robert A. Stewart, Washington ’64 Mrs. Ashton M. Tenney Robert L. Tyburski, Colgate ’74 Jeffrey W. Waymack, Oregon State ’71 - CEA John T. Weisel, Oregon ’48

HERBERT BROWNELL CIRCLE GIFTS OF $1,000 TO $2,499

Horace L. Acaster, Pennsylvania ’44 Charles L. Allen, Michigan State ’55 Keith C. Brimhall, San Jose ’53 - CEA Carthage Chapter Michael A. Cesa, Kent State ’76 - CEA+ David L. Cole, Wilmington ’72 Cornell Chapter Robert H. Croak, Oklahoma ’63 - CEA Robert A. Dahlsgaard, Bradley ’63 John A. Delaney, Florida ’77 Christopher B. D’hondt, Illinois ’88 - CEA+ Henry J. Down, San Jose ’53 - CEA Darrell E. Dukes, San Jose ’53 - CEA Thomas F. Durein, Oregon State ’92 Clint M. Dworshak, North Dakota State ’00 John R. Eplee, Kansas State ’75 - CEA+ Richard F. Fagan, Washington ’52 P. David Franzetta, Michigan State ’70 John R. Freitas, San Jose ’55 - CEA Jeffrey L. Fuhrman, Northern Iowa ’94 W. A. Glasscock, San Diego ’85 - CEA Wayne B. Goldberg, Louisville ’83 Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ’75 David L. Haynes, Oregon State ’77 - CEA Howard Kahlenbeck, Indiana ’52 Charles H. Kamm, San Jose ’57 - CEA Kansas Chapter Kansas State Chapter Gary S. Killips, Alberta ’71 Justin J. Kirk, Boise State ’00 - CEA+ David R. Knuepfer, Iowa ’76 Martin Krasnitz, Chicago ’57 Lafayette Chapter Joseph S. Landstrom, San Diego ’89 - CEA Erin E. Lehaney, Kent State ’99 - CEA Lehigh Chapter Robert M. Loch, Nebraska ’54 - CEA John D. Luckhardt, San Jose ’56 - CEA William G. Malloy, Northern Illinois ’69 Maurice S. Mandel, Chicago ’55 Todd D. Marker, Washington State ’81 - CEA Tod E. Martin, Washington State ’89 - CEA David D. McKeag, Minnesota ’04 - CEA+ Reed E. McKinlay, Washington State ’77 - CEA E. B. McKinney, Missouri ’74 Frank W. Merrick, Oklahoma ’02 - CEA Missouri Chapter William C. Moodie, Lehigh ’47 Corbin G. Navis, Kansas State ’03 - CEA+ North Carolina State Chapter North Dakota Chapter North Florida Chapter

Christopher P. Olson, Houston ’92 - CEA Michael Rowe, Washington State ’78 - CEA Rutgers Chapter San Diego State Chapter San Jose Chapter David C. Shaw, Oregon State ’76 - CEA Jeffrey Siegel, Maryland ’78 Stephen J. Smith, Iowa State ’73 - CEA Patrick Spooner, San Jose ’55 - CEA+ Michael L. Stepovich, San Jose ’56 - CEA Sayre E. Stevick, California ’90 - CEA Richard B. Thompson, Michigan State ’67 Charles T. & Marion M. Thompson Foundation Jo Ellen Walden Samuel M. Yates, San Jose ’55 - CEA+ EDGAR BERGEN CIRCLE GIFTS OF $500 TO $999

James C. Aitken, Washington ’70 Richard C. Allendorf, Iowa State ’83 Stephen J. Anderson, Northern Iowa ’79 Ted J. Biggerstaff, Nebraska ’63 Leigh Bishop - CEA William J. Bittner, Bradley ’74 Robert J. Black, Iowa ’95 Ernest J. Bontadelli, San Jose ’50 - CEA+ John J. Bowyer, Kent State ’65 - CEA Bradley Chapter Peter W. Bridgford, Northwestern ’56 Cal Poly Chapter Peter W. Carmel, Chicago ’56 David H. Carnahan, Denison ’60 Anthony B. Cashen, Cornell ’57 Thomas E. Darcy, San Diego ’72 - CEA James H. Davis, Northwestern ’65 Joseph A. DeBlasio, North Carolina ’62 Jon P. Dumelle, Massachusetts ’07 William H. Eckert, Columbia ’61 Howard R. Elliott, Indiana ’77 Lon W. Fenchel, San Jose ’62 - CEA E. Bernard Franklin, Kansas State ’75 John E. Fraser, San Jose ’55 - CEA John E. Giacomazzi, San Jose ’52 - CEA William R. Gordon, Kansas State ’60 - CEA+ Bradford S. Grabow, DePauw ’85 Scott D. Hahner, Rutgers ’78 Jay R. Hamann, Minnesota ’59 G. S. Hamm, San Diego ’70 - CEA W. H. Harwell, Missouri ’51 Oliver H. Heely, Auburn ’68 John F. Herma, Rutgers ’70 Bruce V. Howard, San Diego ’70 - CEA+ Illinois Chapter

Indiana Chapter Richard G. Jacobus, Wisconsin ’51 Vaughn Jeffery, San Diego ’69 - CEA Thomas W. Johnson, California ’53 Clifton C. Jones, Kansas State ’77 - CEA+ Michael R. Judd, San Diego ’70 - CEA Joshua A. Katz, Central Florida ’97 - CEA+ William T. Killian, Auburn ’69 Andris Lacis, Purdue ’64 Jeffrey D. Long, Kent State ’54 - CEA George C. Long, Bowling Green ’67 David R. Madsen, San Jose ’66 - CEA Lewis A. Maroti, Lehigh ’58 David L. Marston, Iowa ’63 John S. McConnell, DePauw ’66 Michael A. Mone, Florida ’85 John P. Morgridge, Wisconsin ’55 Theodore C. Mortenson, Michigan State ’61 Brian E. Mudrick, Louisville ’82 Glenn A. Mull, Kansas State ’73 - CEA Michael J. Navrides, San Jose ’87 - CEA+ Reginald B. Newman, Northwestern ’59 Robert V. Noreika, Lafayette ’67 Michael C. Norman, Oregon ’67 John W. Orendain, San Diego ’78 - CEA Jeffrey A. Pesta, San Jose ’85 - CEA H. Paul Picard, Houston ’82 Neal R. Popham, Purdue ’54 Ashutosh A. Pradhan, Johns Hopkins ’96 Coady H. Pruett, Cal Poly ’02 Thomas S. Rakow, Northwestern ’65 Daryl W. Reisfeld, Rochester ’03 James S. Roberts, Florida ’63 Robert G. Robertson, Kent State ’64 - CEA Paul E. Rosenthal, Florida ’73 Samuel A. Santandrea, Rochester ’56 Christopher L. Saricks, Kansas ’70 Terry K. Schmoyer, South Carolina ’88 Aaron M. Siders, Kansas State ’04 William A. Sigman, Iowa State ’50 James S. Simpkins, Washington St. ’81 - CEA+ Jerry L. Stamps, Colorado ’59 Tony W. Sutton, Illinois ’77 Kevin C. Swanson, San Jose ’85 - CEA Tamer N. Talaat, Louisville ’82 Toronto Chapter Peter A. Tuohy, Washington ’53 Ben T. Walkingstick, Oklahoma ’52 Theodore G. Wallace, San Jose ’60 - CEA Edward E. Waller, Oklahoma ’51 - CEA George G. Weingardt, Ohio State ’55 Frank E. Wellersdieck, Brown ’51 Richard A. West, Lafayette ’53 Wichita Chapter Clark K. Williams, Northwestern ’62

Key: CEA indicates Chapter Educational Account donor CEA+ indicates donor gave to both CEA and annual fund

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Michael A. Wilsey, San Diego ’78 - CEA John W. Wingate, Hamilton ’85 CHARLES G. DAWES CIRCLE GIFTS OF $200 TO $499

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Michael A. Acker, Massachusetts ’89 John S. Adams, Wichita ’04 James R. Allan, Oregon ’53 David V. Allard, Indiana ’70 Alden L. Allen, Minnesota ’49 Robert L. Allman, Wisconsin ’58 James A. Allums, Texas ’59 H. R. Altwegg, Kansas State ’62 Larry W. Amos, Washington State ’68 Bruce C. Anderson, Purdue ’65 Bret E. Anderson, Washington State ’95 - CEA Charles R.Arnold, Washington State ’93 - CEA Robert C.Baldwin,Pennsylvania State ’57 - CEA+ Milton H. Barish, Bucknell ’66 Harold D. Barker, Miami ’50 Mark L. Barnes, Louisville ’76 John R. Baron, Lehigh ’79 Donald G. Bates, Ohio State ’59 Thomas P. Bays, Oregon State ’42 C. R. Bell, Indiana ’54 K. Michael Berkley, Kansas ’61 Lawrence A. Bilker, Rochester ’91 Anthony Billick, Miami ’77 Stephen R. Blozis, Ohio State ’80 Mark K. Bowen, Purdue ’82 Henry B. Brackin, Georgia Tech ’71 Terry J. Brady, Missouri ’62 Malcolm P. Branch, Wisconsin ’69 Robert J. Brand, Louisville ’70 Jere E. Bremer, Bradley ’66 Jerry E. Brennan, Purdue ’55 Kelley J. Brennan, Marietta ’64 B. Chris Brewster, Colorado ’77 William F. Briscoe, Purdue ’65 Robert W. Broad, Syracuse ’60 Walter R. Brookhart, Virginia ’71 Robert W. Brown, Purdue ’46 William A. Bruck, Arlington ’72 Keith B. Bruening, Iowa State ’80 John A. Buell, Technology ’56 David W. Burr, Massachusetts ’84 Benjamin T. Burson, Georgia Tech ’67 H. Francis Bush, Florida ’85 Richard B. Campbell, Nebraska ’68 Gerald A. Caplan, Syracuse ’55 Michael J. Caporaletti, Maryland ’73 Randel O. Cardott, Northern Illinois ’77 J. F. Carey, Delaware ’70 John R. Carl, Lehigh ’89 Kevin D. Carlton, Washington ’86 William K. Carr, Houston ’75 William L. Carter, Florida ’71 John L. Cassell, Texas ’70 Douglas A. Cassens, Kent State ’68 Douglas C. Caywood, Kansas State ’75 - CEA Aidan R. Chamberlain, Purdue ’15 David E. Chambers, Arizona ’60 Clark G. Channing, California ’58 Alan R. Chapman, Illinois ’69 Donald A. Chew, Kansas State ’81 Philip N. Christiansen, South Dakota ’75 Brent L. Circle, Indiana ’67 Mark A. Clemente, Cornell ’73 Aaron D. Clevenger, Central Florida ’97 Ronald W. Coble, Purdue ’58

Clement T. Cole, Carnegie ’79 Robert F. Coleman, North Carolina ’68 John A. Copland, Cornell ’59 Michael R. Coppola, Kent State ’65 Barry D. Cory, Northern Iowa ’75 Lawrence M. Costa, California ’62 Jeffrey W. Courter, Iowa State ’84 Donald D. Cowe, Tennessee ’73 Frederic S. Cox, Washington State ’80 - CEA Kim C. Cox, Illinois ’76 John W. Crabbe, Auburn ’68 Edwin D. Crane, Arkansas ’76 John O. Cronk, Iowa State ’60 Michael J. Crosscup, Massachusetts ’96 H. R. Crowther, Technology ’54 James W. Culpepper, Missouri ’57 Charles D. Curtiss, Lehigh ’43 William C. Cutler, Washington State ’55 - CEA Jeffrey J. Czerniak, Iowa State ’09 Dieter F. Czerny, Lehigh ’74 Bernard A. Dahlem, Louisville ’51 Alfred W. Dalcher, Kent State ’57 Lawrence W. Dam, Washington ’68 Jack David, Rutgers ’63 Mark A. Davidson, Purdue ’97 Richard B. Davies, Oregon ’49 W. Marshall Dawsey, Pennsylvania State ’55 William A. Deering, San Diego ’77 - CEA Richard L. Delano, Indiana ’85 Delta Upsilon International Fraternity Kent A. Dickerson, Washington State ’94 - CEA Richard P. Donohoe, Illinois ’55 Douglas E. Dutcher, Houston ’73 William H. Dwight, Washington ’79 John R. Dytman, Syracuse ’71 John R. Ehrlich, Missouri ’67 Daniel L. Ekstrom, Iowa State ’73 - CEA Christopher J. Ellingson, Minnesota ’92 Andrew A. Englehart, Michigan ’06 Craig R. Enochs, Houston ’94 Herbert P. Evert, Northwestern ’56 John H. Eyler, Washington ’69 Philip D. Farley, Houston ’04 Bruce H. Fellows, Wisconsin ’51 Kevin Ferreira, Massachusetts ’07 Marion L. Fessler, Bowling Green ’56 James W. Fields, San Jose ’66 Merritt W. Finney, Illinois ’53 George W. Flathers, Illinois ’78 Joseph E. Fluet, North Carolina ’65 David C. Fohr, Wisconsin ’73 Jere W. Fonda, Tufts ’51 Thomas W. Foote, Purdue ’50 Frederick R. Ford, Purdue ’58 Garrett M. Frankamp, Kansas ’12 Robert C. Franklin, Iowa ’97 Craig J. Franz, Bucknell ’75 Norman H. Frazier, Virginia ’99 James D. Freyer, Syracuse ’61 Kevin C. Friis, Western Reserve ’09 David J. Fulton, Miami ’61 Christopher P. Funk, Massachusetts ’84 Larry R. Gaddis, Colorado ’63 Mark J. Gehrke, Boise State ’11 - CEA Robert H. Geisler, Nebraska ’62 Ronald L. Genter, Iowa State ’58 - CEA Patrick L. Gerhart, Northern Colorado ’04 Daniel S. Gibbs, Illinois ’85 Joseph Gibson, Kent State ’68 William H. Gibson, Miami ’51 Ryan M. Gilmore, Illinois ’14

Top Ten Chapters by Amount of Donations Annual Appeal 2011 – 2012 As of June 30, 2012 Chapter 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Oklahoma Kansas State San Jose Iowa State Oregon State Illinois Lehigh Houston Washington San Diego

Number of Donors $89,668 $79,612 $67,156 $28,469 $16,345 $13,310 $12,086 $10,077 $10,473 $10,430

Top Ten Chapters by Number of Donors Annual Appeal 2011 – 2012 As of June 30, 2012 Chapter 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Purdue Illinois / Kansas State Massachusetts / San Jose Virginia Miami Lehigh / Oklahoma Iowa State North Carolina / Washington State Indiana / Wisconsin Missouri

Robert C. Gimlin, Purdue ’42 Nicholas T. Giorgianni, Kent State ’56 Dudley J. Godfrey, Jr. 1996 Trust Matthew A. Goering, Kansas ’91 Fred M. Goolsby, South Carolina ’81 Julian O. Gordon, Florida ’10 R. M. Gray, North Carolina ’59 R. N. Greene, Kansas State ’58 - CEA+ Dominic K. Greene, Oregon ’99 Gary W. Gregory, Arlington ’77 J. M. Gresham, Texas ’71

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Gerald E. Gross, Michigan State ’63 Robert F. Gruenig, Western Illinois ’85 David J. Habib, Washington ’86 Richard B. Hallman, Purdue ’54 William A. Hamilton, Oklahoma ’57 William H. Harkey, Oregon State ’71 James F. Harris, Wisconsin ’72 Donald R. Heacock, North Carolina ’64 Melvin D. Heckt, Iowa ’46 Tim L. Heiman, Kansas State ’76 Stephen J. Henning, Nebraska ’85


John C. Herron, South Carolina ’88 William P. Hesse, Union ’49 Edward M. Hipke, Wisconsin ’56 Patrick S. Hobin, California ’59 William E. Hole, Michigan ’51 Stanley V. Holm, Oklahoma ’92 Denny W. Homer, Oregon ’71 Charles W. Hoppe, Purdue ’57 Iowa State Colony Melvin H. Iverson, Washington ’48 Thomas R. Jacobs, Arkansas ’77 Barney F. James, Oklahoma State ’79 Robert J. Jarrett, Union ’51 Miles S. Jenney, Syracuse ’55 Alan C. Jeveret, Bowling Green ’59 Bradley M. John, Iowa ’96 - CEA Everett C. Johnson, Arizona ’62 David O. Johnson, Kansas State ’75 John K. Johnston, Pennsylvania State ’58 Mark S. Jones, Arlington ’75 Rees M. Jones, Manitoba ’67 Joshua C. Jones, North Dakota ’04 Hans M. Jorgensen, San Jose ’07 Keith O. Kaneta, Washington ’59 Stephen G. Katsinas, Illinois ’78 Charles L. Kavanagh, California ’64 Gregory R. Kavanagh, Miami ’81 Edward Kavazanjian, Technology ’73 Will S. Keim, Pacific ’75 John D. Kenlon, Bowling Green ’54 Rod D. Kiefus, Illinois ’63 Michael J. Kilbane, Bradley ’78 Brett A. Killips, Alberta ’03 Bryan L. Kinnamon, Iowa State ’69 Austin H. Kiplinger, Cornell ’39 T. M. Knies, Tennessee ’71 Alfred J. Knox, Northern Illinois ’77 Johnathon A. Kostic, Western Reserve ’11 Ronald R. Kovener, Indiana ’55 Barry S. Kramer, Rutgers ’62 Douglas C. Kramlich, Northwestern ’59 David A. Krebs, Miami ’80 Mark S. Kristoff, Cornell ’84 William C. Krommenhoek, Nebraska ’57 Scott D. Krueger, Illinois ’85 Guillaume G. Kugener, Technology ’15 Charles R. Kurtak, Washington State ’42 Steven F. La Buda, Western Illinois ’88 R. A. LaBerge, Washington ’87 Robert A. LaFontaine, Santa Barbara ’91 Robert J. LaFortune, Purdue ’51 Jason D. LaLonde, Michigan Tech ’03 Robert S. Lannin, Nebraska ’81 Joseph Laquatra, Cornell ’74 Mark D. Lausier, Maine ’85

B. Allen Lawlis, Houston ’97 John R. Ledbetter, Arkansas ’90 Byron O. Lee, Purdue ’51 Kenneth J. Lee, DePauw ’47 Jon H. Lehmann, Washington State ’79 Jeffrey M. Levine, Florida ’85 David J. Lewis, Alberta ’00 Anthony M. Linares, Lehigh ’58 William C. Line, North Dakota ’07 Anthony D. Link, Kansas State ’74 - CEA John B. Little, San Diego ’72 - CEA Randal K. Loder, Kansas State ’71 - CEA Willard C. Loomis, Miami ’59 Brian D. Lowder, San Diego ’80 - CEA Jon D. Lundy, DePauw ’90 Carroll L. Lurding, Ohio State ’59 Scott E. Mabel, Massachusetts ’90 Joseph M. MacDonald, Colorado ’69 Angelo J. Magistro, Rochester ’60 Dave Maguire, Southern Illinois ’73 Donald F. Maisel, Bradley ’55 Joseph J. Marinelli, Florida ’65 Thomas L. Markl, Carnegie ’70 Robert J. Martin, Washington ’59 Peter A. Marzek, Illinois ’81 Ronald L. Mastin, Kansas ’62 Thomas E. Mattson, Oregon ’63 Robert A. McDonald, Ohio ’73 Duncan K. McDonald, Williams ’50 R. G. McGovern, Brown ’48 Daniel T. McGuire, Kent State ’49 - CEA+ Harold E. McGurk, Creighton ’86 William C. McIntosh, Michigan ’53 Benjamin J. Megel, Purdue ’02 David J. Meyers, Wisconsin ’77 Michael C. Miller, Bradley ’80 Christopher L. Miller, Miami ’90 Michael G. Mitchell, Texas ’65 Richard L. Morrison, Kansas ’70 Gerald H. Morton, Alberta ’60 Grayson L. Moss, Purdue ’47 Donald J. Moulin, California ’53 - CEA+ David C. Mouron, Tennessee ’77 Mark J. Mueller, Wisconsin ’82 Benjamin W. Narlee, Massachusetts ’08 David S. Nelson, Clarkson ’69 Rodney L. Nelson, Minnesota ’63 J. David Nelson, Northwestern ’63 Warren P. Nesbitt, Wisconsin ’76 Michael A. Nickey, Iowa State ’65 George Nicolau, Michigan ’48 Thomas H. Norris, Missouri ’60 Evan M. Nosek, Northern Illinois ’85 Tomas I. Ortiz, Houston ’10 Michael W. Osmeyer, Maryland ’77

Julius A. Otten, Michigan ’62 Robert W. Outtrim, Tufts ’74 Joseph W. Parker, Johns Hopkins ’67 Mark Parseghian, Lehigh ’49 Sid W. Patterson, Oklahoma ’42 Robert L. Patterson, Iowa State ’54 Harry Pawlik, North Carolina ’54 V. Edward Perkins, Brown ’35 Ronald D. Peyton, Indiana ’69 Charles A. Phillips, Clarkson ’64 Justin D. Pierce, Kent State ’11 Michael A. Pizzuto, Illinois ’81 Aubrey H. Polser, Texas ’65 Conrad T. Prebys, Indiana ’55 Jon L. Prime, Bradley ’63 John W. Puth, Lehigh ’52 George Ramsden, Lehigh ’44 Bruce D. Raskin, Washington ’85 David R. Ravander, Washington ’86 Joseph J. Rembusch, Northern Illinois ’66 Richard M. Rettstadt, Florida ’82 Howard O. Reynolds, Denison ’57 Reid M. Ricciardi, Purdue ’94 Phillip S. Rice, Arlington ’95 Donald L. Riechman, Bradley ’60 Charles N. Rodgers, Kent State ’60 Kevin M. Ross, Kansas State ’02 - CEA Kenneth P. Roy, Bowling Green ’61 D. S. Rudd, Western Ontario ’51 Mark L. Rupert, Oklahoma ’74 Michael A. Sachs, Houston ’96 William A. Salmond, Lehigh ’46 Brendon J. Sanger, Massachusetts ’95 Chris H. Sarlas, Illinois ’63 Steven T. Satek, Wisconsin ’88 Thomas D. Sauppe, Bowling Green ’53 James P. Schabarum, San Diego ’86 - CEA Francis M. Schneider, Wichita ’08 James M. Seals, Oklahoma State ’68 John A. Seitz, Missouri ’59 Edwin B. Shaw, Syracuse ’66 Joseph M. Sheridan, Rutgers ’77 Jeremiah Shinn Robert W. Shively, Nebraska ’82 Robert F. Shryock, Oregon ’53 Thomas Slintak, San Jose ’08 Richard L. Smith, Colgate ’68 Richard L. Smoot, Colorado ’62 John B. Snyder, Williams ’51 David Y. Sorenson, Oregon ’71 Craig S. Sowell, Houston ’92 Christopher C. Stanton, Florida ’76 Albert P. Stauderman, Syracuse ’58 Arthur R. Steiger, Purdue ’48 Kevin Stein, Syracuse ’83

Richard L. Stern, Georgia Tech ’90 Matthew L. Sternig, Carthage ’99 - CEA+ H. A. Stevens, Northwestern ’46 Robert C. Stites, Rutgers ’53 Stanley F. Stockhammer, Florida ’88 Erik G. Stroman, San Diego ’87 - CEA George S. Studle, Washington State ’57 Kenneth H. Suelthaus, Michigan ’66 Todd C. Sullivan, Santa Barbara ’95 Richard Sunkel, Miami ’53 Gerald L. Swanson, Northern Illinois ’66 Leland W. Sweeney, San Jose ’55 William S. Symons, Rutgers ’66 Haruo Taga, Bradley ’54 Richard A. Taitch - CEA Joshua D. TeBeest, Carthage ’08 Forest S. Tennant, Missouri ’62 Richard J. Thorpe, Syracuse ’60 James R. Tolonen, Michigan ’71 James R. Tormey, San Jose ’57 Ralph B. Tower, North Carolina ’61 Jon W. Turley, San Diego ’69 - CEA James M. Underwood, Ohio State ’62 Walter G. VanBenthuysen, Kent State ’61 Mark T. Vanderberg, Colorado ’69 Jeffrey A. VanEenenaam, Colorado ’79 Thomas W. Vogelsang, Wisconsin ’84 James B. Wadsworth, Florida ’65 Ronald S. Walcisak, Wisconsin ’74 Joseph A. Walker, Illinois ’67 Stephen L. Wallenhaupt, North Carolina ’74 B. Michael Walsh, Oregon ’64 Allan A. Warrack, Alberta ’61 Matthew D. Washburn, South Carolina ’91 William F. Waters, Cornell ’54 Donald E. Weaver, Indiana ’60 Keith W. Weigel, Iowa ’78 Richard A. Wells, Oklahoma ’82 Paul W. Wentzien, Iowa ’59 Gregory J. Wessling, North Carolina ’74 James V. White, Michigan ’50 Raymond R. White, Northwestern ’52 Nicholas Wilder, Colorado ’61 Judson E. Wilhelm, Florida ’68 Matthew D. Wilson, Guelph ’97 Samuel D. Wolcott, Pennsylvania State ’57 Steven T. Wolf, Texas ’76 Herbert G. Wylie, Lehigh ’45 Lawrence A. Yenkole, Bradley ’60 Robert G. Yingling, Missouri ’62 Mark L. Youngker, Oklahoma ’80 - CEA Robert S. Zakos, Pennsylvania State ’02 John T. Zembron, Lafayette ’74 Joseph Zilfi, Massachusetts ’91

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Memorial Gifts Robert S. Lannin, Nebraska ’81, in memory of John Foster Courtney, Culver-Stockton ’04 Mildred Long, in memory of Col. Robert C. Long, Iowa State ’51 Benjamin W. Narlee, Massachusetts ‘08, in memory of Jamie Markiewicz, Massachusetts ’87 John A. Seitz, Missouri ’59, in memory of Wayne V. Black, Missouri ’59 Houston Alumni Chapter of DU, in memory of D. Eileen Sowell Missouri Chapter in memory of Wayne V. Black, Missouri ’59 Scaramucci Foundation in memory of Shawn Akers David W. Burr, Massachuetts ’84, in memory of James Daly, Massachusetts ’86 Michael A. Cesa, Kent State ’76, in memory of Robert K. Shaul, Kent State ’97 Jeffrey A. Ciffolillo, Massachusetts ’86, in memory of Warren Bleanger, Massachusetts ’87 James W. Culpepper, Missouri ’57, in memory of Wayne V. Black, Missouri ’59

Christopher B. D’hondt, Illinois ’88, in memory of Dallas L. D’hondt, Bradley ’55 Jane A. Disney in memory of Paul E. Disney, Louisville ’51 George T. Eblen, Missouri ’58, in memory of Wayne V. Black, Missouri ’59 Kevin Ferreira, Massachusetts ’07, in memory of Michael Iuso, Massachusetts ’05 Christopher P. Funk, Massachusetts ’84, in memory of Shawn Matz, Massachusetts ’84 W. Constance Green, in memory of George C. Green, Rutgers ’40 Robert D. Hortin, Missouri ’61, in memory of Wayne V. Black, Missouri ’59 Robert A. Stewart, Washington ’64, in memory of Dennis K. Voll, Washington ’66 Brandon C. Swanson, Washington State ’93, in memory of Jason Taitch, Washington State ’93 Mrs. Ashton M. Tenney, in memory of Ashton M. Tenney, Jr., Chicago ’43 John R. Wright, Missouri ’64, in memory of Wayne V. Black, Missouri ’59

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Honor Roll 2011-2012 Donors to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation

The donors recognized on the succeeding pages gave gifts between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. The Delta Upsilon Foundation sincerely thanks these donors for their continued and generous support. Annual Appeal gifts help the Foundation fulfill its mission to help enhance the lives of our undergraduate brothers. With the support of our donors, the Foundation is able to promote the best interests of the Fraternity, its chapters and our individual brothers. ALBERTA D. Davila ’02 (3)  R. Fisher ’75 (5) CEA+ L. Gillette ’55  G. Killips ’71 (10)  B. Killips ’03 (3)  D. Lewis ’00  D. Love ’46 (26)  I. McDonell ’72 (3)  D. Medhurst ’50  G. Morton ’60 (3)  M. Spelliscy ’76  M. Stanford ’64 (2)  W. van der Lee ’51  A. Warrack ’61 (15) J. Wojcicki ’74

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AMHERST  J. Fairman ’52 (15) R. Lewin ’66 (2)  F. Tesch ’66 (2) ARIZONA  D. Chambers ’60 (35)  E. Johnson ’62 (5)  D. Lapins ’61 G. Stoesser ’63 (2)  T. Strasburg ’64 (6) ARIZONA STATE P. Haslag ’10 (3)  S. Shaw ’96  T. Shell ’12 ARKANSAS  E. Crane ’76 (20) G. Hamilton ’77 (35)  T. Jacobs ’77  J. Ledbetter ’90  K. Satterfield ’83 (2) ARLINGTON J. Ashby ’74 (36) S. Atchison ’70 (9)  W. Bruck ’72 S. Dick ’70  G. Gregory ’77 (13)  N. Hall ’13 (2)  M. Hawkins ’70 (12) C. James ’13  M. Jones ’75 (31) D. Marrufo ’13 (2) J. Martinez ’10 (2)  R. Ray ’70 (31)  P. Rice ’95 (6) R. Sepanski ’85 (2)  K. Walter ’13

AUBURN  J. Crabbe ’68 (7)  J. Dixon ’65 (5)  C. Flint ’65  O. Heely ’68 (13) J. Henderson ’62 (18)  W. Killian ’69 (5) M. Sarra ’64 (19) BAYLOR  R. Shull ’85 (14) BOISE STATE  D. Avera ’13 C. Fisher ’11  M. Gehrke ’11 CEA  J. Kirk ’00 (6) CEA+ J. Rosenthal ’13 BOWDOIN D. Lukens ’46 BOWLING GREEN W. Bensie ’70  N. Elkins ’97 (11)  M. Fessler ’56 (2)  R. Hayek ’69 (5)  A. Jeveret ’59 (32)  J. Kenlon ’54 J. Klipfell ’71 L. Koester ’59 (3)  W. Koons ’71 (4) R. Lambrecht ’52 G. Long ’67 (13) T. Melton ’69  D. Mielke ’59 (2)  D. Morgan ’58 (14)  K. Roy ’61 (3)  T. Sauppe ’53 (4)  C. Schaffer ’73 (13) J. Walsh ’68 BRADLEY E. Antanitus ’12  W. Bittner ’74  M. Boylan ’69 (42)  J. Bremer ’66 (41) C. Burns ’53  M. Burrows ’11  A. Colletti ’96  R. Dahlsgaard ’63 (37)  W. Denton ’14  B. DeSplinter ’84 (10) J. Faltinek ’60 (14) J. Furmanski ’13 (2)  A. Hosfeld ’13  M. Kilbane ’78 (12) C. Lamoureux ’59  D. Maisel ’55 (5) M. Manseau ’10

 = President’s Trust ($500+)  = President’s Club ($200+)  = Golden Delta ($100+)

 L. Meyer ’64 (5)  M. Miller ’80 (16)  B. Miller ’79 D. Misewicz ’79  R. Norkus ’51 (9)  B. Olson ’88 (9)  A. Parus ’53 (18)  J. Prime ’63 (13)  D. Riechman ’60 (14) M. Schardt ’85 (3)  H. Taga ’54 (12) W. Tekien ’69 (17) T. Terry ’61 (6) N. Thommen ’11 R. Tringali ’51 (15)  L. Yenkole ’60 (3)  R. Zarvell ’68 BRITISH COLUMBIA K. Turner ’64 BROWN  W. Eastham ’48 (7) R. Judd ’43 (2)  G. McGovern ’48 (3) W. McKibben ’49 (2)  J. Moody ’58 (5)  R. Norman ’57 (9)  E. Perkins ’35 (35)  F. Wellersdieck ’51 (10)  S. Wylie ’57 (35) BUCKNELL R. Abbott ’62  L. Adams ’64 (42)  M. Barish ’66  C. Beach ’14 J. Eachus ’60  R. Forry ’13  C. Franz ’75 (12) D. Hopkins ’42 (4)  B. Kenney ’12 J. Kern ’14  M. Maneri ’13  L. Rost ’67 (6)  A. Saunders ’57 (3)  J. Sprout ’48 (40) CAL POLY M. Brown ’08 (4)  L. Doble ’68 (24) C. Machado ’13  C. Pruett ’02 (12) T. Stone ’13 CALIFORNIA  G. Brewer ’78  C. Channing ’58 (12) M. Chase ’65 (2)  L. Costa ’62 (3)

 B. Elledge ’74  J. Fry ’63 (3)  P. Hobin ’59 (30) D. Johnson ’63 (29)  T. Johnson ’53 (10)  C. Kavanagh ’64 (35) W. Lewis ’47 (11)  D. Moulin ’53 (15) CEA+ G. Paulson ’14 C. Rea ’81 (3) H. Roth ’52 (5)  S. Stevick ’90 CEA CARNEGIE  G. Alan ’82  C. Cole ’79 (30)  J. Ferrell ’50 (3)  A. Icken ’65 (12) W. Leete ’58 (22)  T. Markl ’70 (15)  G. Middleton ’86 (26) H. Mielke ’51 (42) W. Murdock ’83 (3) J. Reid ’81  R. Riggs ’76  D. Williams ’64 (12) R. Young ’53 (4)  H. Young ’52  R. Zimmerman ’78 (14) CARTHAGE G. Bothun ’08 B. Brubaker ’12 (4)  B. Fuller ’11 K. King ’09  D. Kniss ’97 (13) K. Miller ’99 (2) R. Miller ’09 A. Nelson ’13  K. Plagge ’12 (4)  B. Potts ’12 Z. Resch ’14 J. Robinson ’13 (2) D. Ross-Jones ’06 (5)  M. Sternig ’99 (2) CEA+  J. TeBeest ’08 (6) S. Telkamp ’09 (2) R. Ten Bruin ’97 (3) M. Tokarz ’10 (6) CENTRAL FLORIDA  A. Clevenger ’97 (12) E. DeAguilera ’96  T. Flood ’99  J. Katz ’97 (10) CEA+ J. Katz ’95 P. McDaniel ’03

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CENTRAL MISSOURI J. Duke ’74  G. George ’89 (23) M. LeDoux ’83 CHICAGO  S. Appel ’54 (8)  E. Bronson ’55 P. Carmel ’56 (9)  Q. Johnstone ’36 (18) M. Krasnitz ’57 (35) M. Mandel ’55 (42)  D. Mars ’68  J. McQuaid ’60 (21) G. Nance ’11 (2)  M. Nanninga ’47 (25)  C. Okeke ’15  G. Rinder ’41 (27) CLARKSON  W. Armstrong ’61  P. Davidson ’69 (3)  M. Elliott ’73 (10) R. Hopkins ’76 (3)  K. Klafehn ’61 (4)  R. Naylon ’72 (6)  D. Nelson ’69 (4)  C. Phillips ’64 (41)  J. Stein ’68 R. Wischhusen ’76 (35) COLBY  P. Salmon ’53 (2) COLGATE  J. Bauer ’12  S. Cameron ’73 (2) R. Gross ’10 (2) J. Kahler ’12  R. Smith ’68 (33)  Z. Smith ’11 R. Tyburski ’74 (17) Z. Wienandt ’13 COLORADO  C. Brewster ’77 (23)  J. Byrd ’65 (4)  W. Drum ’61 (6)  L. Gaddis ’63 (8)  F. Jewett ’63 (2)  J. MacDonald ’69 (10) S. Mahannah ’61 (28) W. Oliver ’62 (13)  K. Pober ’62 (18)  R. Smoot ’62 (2)  J. Stamps ’59  M. Vanderberg ’69 (3)  J. VanEenenaam ’79 (29)  N. Wilder ’61 (11)  S. Wilson ’73 (3)

COLORADO STATE  K. Adam ’84 COLUMBIA G. Delatush ’39 W. Eckert ’61 (2)  W. Lauder ’44 (34)  J. McCormack ’39 (24) CORNELL  R. Attiyeh ’55 (15)  A. Cashen ’57 (7)  M. Clemente ’73 (35)  J. Copland ’59 (8) A. D’Ambrosio ’14  P. Daverio ’60 (10)  W. Embury ’54 S. Garrison ’85 D. Grimberg ’12 (3) B. Ilingi ’10 (2) T. Keating ’57 (35)  A. Kiplinger ’39 (15) J. Knuff ’74  M. Kristoff ’84 (11)  J. Laquatra ’74 (7)  J. Maier ’69 (8) P. McMahon ’55  K. Medert ’68  A. Murray ’60 (6) C. Ruebling ’83 J. Stevens ’10 (5) A. Tschosik ’13 J. Ward ’13  W. Waters ’54 (13)  T. Webb ’57 CREIGHTON R. Haerr ’72 (34) P. Knapp ’89 (2)  H. McGurk ’86 CULVER-STOCKTON M. Carey ’94 B. Green ’14 C. Myers ’15 DARTMOUTH  J. Gately ’49  J. Giddens ’59 (16) DAYTON R. Harris ’69 (3)  W. Maselko ’81 (9) DELAWARE  E. Anzalone ’72 (10) J. Brzostowski ’79 (10)  F. Carey ’70 (11)  W. Hallam ’80 (31)

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MINNESOTA  A. Allen ’49 (20) D. Coto ’12 (2)  C. Ellingson ’92 (8) L. Fredrickson ’75  J. Gausman ’50 (20)  J. Hamann ’59 (14) A. Herzog ’13  A. Kahn ’99 CEA  J. McDevitt ’67 (2)  D. McKeag ’04 (10) CEA+  R. Nelson ’63 (16) MISSOURI  G. Allemann ’69 (37)  G. Bistline ’76 (7) W. Bradley ’54 (13)  T. Brady ’62 (5) J. Capps ’67 (3)  J. Culpepper ’57 (10)  W. Ebersole ’67  G. Eblen ’58  P. Edwards ’02 (6)  J. Ehrlich ’67 (31) D. Ellis ’59 (4)  K. Fattmann ’53 L. Gorski ’13  W. Hamlin ’60  W. Harwell ’51 (17) A. Heese ’14  R. Hortin ’61  J. Jeans ’53  A. Kaestner ’57 (3) D. Krueger ’14  S. McFarland ’81  B. McKinney ’74 (10)  L. Miller ’82  Z. Moosa ’12 (2)  R. Nelson ’83 (26)  T. Norris ’60 (12)  G. Rector ’62 (16)  S. Richards ’64  W. Schoenhard ’71 (3)  J. Seitz ’59 (20) S. Sportsman ’09 (2)  B. Tarantola ’81 (16)  F. Tennant ’62 (2) D. Tesarek ’55 (11)  W. Weber ’55 (6) T. Williams ’14  J. Wright ’64  R. Yingling ’62 (38) NEBRASKA  T. Biggerstaff ’63 (5)  R. Campbell ’68 (17) T. Campbell ’67  D. Dauel ’14 (2)  R. Douglass ’59 (7)  R. Geisler ’62 R. Glover ’62 (3)  R. Gustafson ’67  R. Harmon ’64 (4)  S. Henning ’85 (10)  J. Houchin ’85 (11)  S. Killinger ’61  W. Krommenhoek ’57 (39)  W. Kubert ’64 (3) R. Kubert ’15  R. Lannin ’81 (12) K. Leach ’85 (13) B. Lee ’74 (12)  R. Loch ’54 (9) CEA  L. Million ’53 (2)

M. Naslund ’74 (2)  R. Noble ’49 G. Novotny ’66 (3)  A. Pudenz ’14 R. Seline ’78 (3)  R. Shively ’82 (30)  H. Smith ’65 (17)  D. Spencer ’85 (3)  E. Spencer ’14  D. Uttecht ’14  J. Warrick ’59 (13) NEW YORK C. Hoover ’40 (33) NORTH CAROLINA  J. Allen ’73 (3)  J. Allen ’73 (3)  R. Ayres ’65 (15)  M. Baratta ’81 (19)  M. Bullock ’72  E. Bunting ’67 (3)  R. Coleman ’68 (4)  W. Crawford ’76 (14)  J. DeBlasio ’62 (14)  O. Dillard ’62  C. Downton ’66 (7)  J. Ely ’68 R. Fairey ’80  J. Fluet ’65 (4)  M. Gray ’59 (7) D. Guo ’14  D. Heacock ’64  J. Inscoe ’62 B. Jackson ’14  J. Joyner ’77 (25) W. Kirkland ’65  M. Legler ’64  T. Mann ’13  S. McClanahan ’74 (17)  D. Myrick ’65 (2)  H. Pawlik ’54 (3)  L. Pilon ’12  C. Pippert ’91 (7)  W. Rose ’69 (25) C. Schumacher ’73  W. Snypes ’70  A. Subramanian ’97 (15)  K. Sullivan ’86 (17)  R. Swacker ’71 (2) C. Swanson ’14  E. Taff ’61 (24)  R. Tower ’61  S. Wallenhaupt ’74  G. Wessling ’74 (5)  R. Wing ’70  B. Wright ’64 (3) NORTH CAROLINA STATE E. Fessler ’13  J. Harke ’07 (3) B. Keller ’14 S. Lo ’09 B. Pack ’80 (10) C. Parker ’10 J. Pisano ’13 T. Stevens ’11  R. Taylor ’82 (8) CEA+ NORTH DAKOTA  J. Atkinson ’09 (6) Z. Bohmer ’14  D. Bruschwein ’74 (14)

CEA+ = donor gave both to CEA and annual appeal Red text = also a donor to the Brick Campaign Italics = gift was a parent gift


 C. Campbell ’76 (2) T. Dolan ’72 (14) T. Downs ’14 D. Finke ’74 (3)  L. Galehouse ’68 (2)  W. Harwood ’68 (2) N. Herbst ’15  J. Jones ’04 D. Kack ’87 (2)  J. Keenan ’13 J. Lamb ’14  W. Line ’07 (2)  D. McLeod ’63 (20) C. Mock ’08 (7)  R. Szczys ’69 (13) NORTH DAKOTA STATE  C. Dworshak ’00 (11)  H. Hagen ’86 (9) W. Rogers ’13 NORTH FLORIDA C. Andes ’12 M. Breidenstein ’07 (3) M. Haley ’12  B. Ross ’15 M. Schulz ’14 D. Smith ’13 Z. Thomas ’09 NORTHERN COLORADO C. Belt ’92 (6)  P. Gerhart ’04 (7) NORTHERN ILLINOIS  R. Cardott ’77 (2)  W. Carmichael ’78 (2) R. Cherry ’73 (3)  J. Chesko ’71  A. Knox ’77 (14)  J. Landstrom ’70 (5)  J. Lotsoff ’88 (25)  W. Malloy ’69 (7)  L. Michna ’84 (14)  J. Mierendorf ’12  E. Nosek ’85 (14)  J. Rembusch ’66 (5)  G. Swanson ’66  W. Tyler ’65 (6) B. Tyler ’13

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NORTHERN IOWA  S. Anderson ’79 (31) G. Anderson ’71  B. Cory ’75 (5)  A. Culley ’00 (12)  J. Fuhrman ’94 (12) S. Johnson ’85 M. Melcher ’92 C. Nyguard ’91 NORTHWESTERN E. Akemann ’62 (5) D. Armstrong ’46 (3)  W. Boyd ’48 (14)  P. Bridgford ’56 (6)  D. Costello ’54 (26)  R. Countryman ’50 (7)  C. Crowe ’55 (10)  J. Davis ’65 (11)  N. Dhuna ’14  J. Dorn ’54 (12)  N. Ehardt ’12  H. Evert ’56 (13)  A. Ferraro ’59 (4) L. Fleig ’82  R. Grottke ’52 (17) G. Happe ’50 (6)

 J. Higley ’56  H. Holman ’71  R. Horvath ’59 (5)  J. Karwath ’97 (4) W. Kimber ’64  R. Kling ’44  D. Kramlich ’59 (13) G. Lose ’57 N. Losole ’79 (2)  S. Martin ’56 (5)  J. Montgomery ’43 (10)  D. Nelson ’63 (42)  R. Newman ’59 (17)  C. Norborg ’62 (3)  T. Rakow ’65 (8)  H. Stevens ’46 (11)  B. Stewart ’13 R. Van Vooren ’53 (11)  A. West ’52 (2) R. Whisnant ’98 (3)  R. White ’52 (3)  C. Williams ’62 (8) OHIO  C. Coulton ’65  G. Logsdon ’62 (11)  M. Logsdon ’64 (11)  R. McDonald ’73 (7) W. McNutt ’63 (2)  K. Mick ’67 (9)  H. Opperman ’65 (2)  S. Rowley ’65 (22) K. Smith ’10  W. Spanfellner ’61 (23)  R. Uvena ’64 T. Walker ’80 (9)  J. Wills ’70 (3)  W. Wright ’61 (11) OHIO STATE  W. Ballinger ’49 (9)  D. Bates ’59 (2) S. Bates ’66  S. Blozis ’80 (6)  W. Buchsieb ’51  M. Cooley ’14 R. Dickson ’50  D. Gordon ’63 (11) C. Harman ’59 T. Hoover ’56 (32)  E. Kilby ’75 A. Kimbrell ’99 (8)  C. Lurding ’59 (8)  S. McCormick ’92 (20)  J. Northcraft ’48 (2)  P. Porter ’50 (21) A. Rapien ’10  B. Reagan ’78 (6)  R. Schieferstein ’66 (12)  L. Selvey ’48 (7)  J. Underwood ’62  D. Veverka ’78 (3)  T. Voght ’97 (15)  W. Walker ’54 (10)  G. Weingardt ’55 (12)  R. Wertz ’52 (3)  J. Wingard ’63 (7) OKLAHOMA J. Ammon ’10 J. Bomhoff ’12  G. Carr ’83 (16)  C. Coleman ’81 (9)  R. Cook ’79 CEA R. Copeland ’14  S. Cox ’92 (3) CEA  R. Croak ’63 CEA

 T. Dowd ’75 (7)  C. Due ’13 (2)  C. Frymire ’79 (3)  J. Funk ’75 CEA  R. German ’90 CEA  M. Gunning ’87  W. Hamilton ’57 (10)  G. Haymon ’77 (3)  K. Hirsch ’74 (10)  S. Holm ’92 (5) T. Hudiburgh ’78  P. Jones ’84 CEA  L. Klein ’13  C. Long ’71 CEA  A. Loyd ’82  M.McGarrah’85 CEA  F. Merrick ’02 CEA  G. Metzer ’82 CEA  G. Noland ’86 (3)  T. O’Bannon ’82 (16)  A. Ochoa ’13 (2)  S. Patterson ’42 (15)  R. Polk ’89  J. Robinson ’61 CEA  R. Rodine ’73 CEA  M. Rupert ’74 (36)  M. Seddelmeyer ’07 (4)  S. Snyder ’79 CEA  D. Stussi ’77 (12) M. Wainwright ’14  B. Walkingstick ’52 (40)  E. Waller ’51 (10) CEA  R. Wells ’82 (10)  M. Youngker ’80 CEA

 T. Durein ’92 (20)  W. Harkey ’71 (9)  D. Haynes ’77 CEA L. Marsh ’14  D. Shaw ’76 CEA  R. Smith ’95 (4) K. Tuerffs ’13  J. Waymack ’71 CEA PACIFIC  J. DuMond ’66 (3)  W. Keim ’75

OKLAHOMA STATE  W. Clovis ’75  B. James ’79 (2)  J. Seals ’68 (5) OREGON  J. Allan ’53 (19) B. Anderson ’57 (24) S. Carlson ’69  J. Ciatti ’64 (3)  R. Clark ’70  R. Davies ’49 (7)  D. Donile ’95 (5)  W. Duhaime ’50  E. Goffard ’49 (9)  D. Greene ’99 (13)  D. Homer ’71  F. Johnson ’55  D. Kirtley ’63 (2)  W. Lovell ’49 (3)  T. Mattson ’63 (42) D. Mecklem ’53 (5)  G. Moulds ’64 (13)  R. Neely ’50 (3)  R. Newell ’65 (8)  M. Norman ’67 (2) W. Olandria ’93 N. Pereira ’62 (2)  R. Shryock ’53 W. Sloan ’52  J. Smith ’92 (14)  D. Sorenson ’71 (7) J. Trigg ’58 (13)  M. Walsh ’64 (3) R. Watson ’71 (12)  J. Weisel ’48 (31)  T. White ’53 (2)  C. Woodard ’45 OREGON STATE  T. Bays ’42 (37)  M. Corley ’71

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PENNSYLVANIA  H. Acaster ’44 (42)  T. Agrawal ’91 J. Beach ’62 (9) B. Blecherman ’82 (5)  R. Canfield ’61 (8)  G. Curchin ’50 (11)  A. Elseroad ’53 (8) E. Gentino ’50 (7) G. Graf ’55 (24) R. Hall ’91 S. Ma ’14  R. McVay ’54 (7)

A. Noble ’51 (14)  B. Short ’91 (3)  C. Stehman ’49 (3) PENNSYLVANIA STATE  B. Balderston ’76 (22)  R. Baldwin ’57 (18) CEA+ A. Bennett ’61 R. Brooks ’49  R. Crosby ’54 (11)  L. Dash ’92 (20)  M. Dawsey ’55 (2)  J. DelSignore ’92

Delta Uspilon Foundation Total Assets $4.0M $4.0M $3,676,169

$3.5M $3.5M

$3,424,542

$3,410,114*

$3,169,523

$3.0M $3.0M

$2,854,679

33 $2.5M $2.5M

$2.0M $2.0M

$1.5M $1.5M

$1.0M $1.0M

$500K $500K

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2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

The chart above details the total assets of the DU Educational Foundation over the past five years. The DUEF acknowledges Bill Rappolt, Lafayette ’67, Chairman of the Investment Committee for his oversight during some difficult economic times. On an annual basis the Foundation’s financial statements are audited by K.B. Parrish & Co. LLP of Indianapolis, Indiana. Copies of the 2011-2012 audited financial statements will be available upon request from Delta Upsilon Headquarters. *Unaudited


J. Dubinsky ’59 (8) A. Fernandez ’15  A. Flick ’14 D. Fry ’14 B. Grigsby ’14 W. Haffner ’54 (3) R. Hamilton ’53  J. Johnston ’58 (41) B. Kahle ’14 J. Maher ’59  D. Merenda ’77 (15) W. Reynolds ’49 (3) T. Samuel ’91 (3) B. Smith ’11 P. Strittmatter ’50 (3) J. Temple ’74 (4) R. Williams ’57  S. Wolcott ’57 (2)  R. Zakos ’02 (11)

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PURDUE  L. Alexander ’45 (2)  B. Anderson ’65 (36) K. Baumel ’62 (12)  J. Beacham ’54 (7)  D. Bielefeld ’61 (8)  M. Bowen ’82 (2) L. Bowler ’71  J. Brennan ’55 (32)  W. Briscoe ’65 (7)  R. Brown ’46 (22)  R. Byrne ’68 (20)  A. Chamberlain ’15  R. Coble ’58  G. d’ Andrea ’14  M. Davidson ’97 J. DeVoll ’63 (12) D. Doyle ’03 D. Duffin ’44  P. Fearing ’63  T. Foote ’50 (32)  F. Ford ’58 (3)  G. Forszt ’72 (2)  R. Fox ’63 (13)  R. Gimlin ’42 (4) A. Goodman ’14 M. Guthrie ’45 (3)  R. Hallman ’54 (41) M. Hogan ’85 (27)  C. Hoppe ’57 (7)  C. Houff ’53 (3)  E. Johnson ’58  H. Klein ’47 K. Kolmer ’81 (11)  M. Laccavole ’12 (3)  A. Lacis ’64 (28)  R. LaFortune ’51 (41) A. Lang ’13  Z. Lanman ’14  B. Lee ’51 (15)  E. Letts ’67 (12)  M. Loepker ’77 D. Martin ’82  K. McClain ’71 (8)  B. Megel ’02 (2)  G. Moss ’47 (33) J. Murray ’13 C. Nutting ’51  M. Perez ’04  N. Popham ’54 (14)  B. Price ’05  R. Rhine ’77 (12)  R. Ricciardi ’94 (2)  G. Riley ’15

 W. Robinson ’98 (6) W. Schatz ’56 (2)  P. Schwartz ’00  W. Shumaker ’55 (7)  J. Smith ’52 (15)  J. Soper ’56  A. Steiger ’48 (11)  E. Stocker ’48 (2) J. Sweeney ’64 (17)  R. Tewksbury ’46  J. Unruh ’83  J. Velasquez ’98 A. Voelker ’95 (14) RIPON G. Rieder ’82 (3) ROCHESTER P. Avakian ’55 (2)  T. Barnes ’66 (11)  J. Bassingthwaite ’92 (11) D. Besenfelder ’68  L. Bilker ’91 (3) G. Ehinger ’73 E. Garfield ’53 (20)  J. Maceda ’94  A. Magistro ’60 (35) J. Martin ’14  D. Reisfeld ’03 (11)  P. Rouff ’96 (17) P. Ryan ’46 (3)  S. Santandrea ’56 (10)  D. Weissman ’13 B. Wilson ’14  R. Woods ’42 (17) RUTGERS C. Adelizzi ’62 (18) L. Cipriani ’75 (6)  M. Darder ’73  J. David ’63  S. Hahner ’78 (33)  R. Hart ’54 (12)  J. Herma ’70 (32) C. Huff ’74 (2)  B. Kramer ’62 (3)  F. Kroesen ’44 (5) C. Little ’60 (13)  A. Malekoff ’73 (13)  G. McLaren ’75 (3)  K. Miller ’79 (2)  J. Miller ’60  J. Nazzaro ’62 (12)  M. Provencher ’12 B. Pullen ’58  J. Sheridan ’77  R. Stites ’53 (3)  J. Strampfer ’72 (9)  W. Symons ’66 (3)  N. Zaringhalam ’14 SAN DIEGO J. Chazen ’14  K. Codiga ’72 CEA  T. Darcy ’72 (10) CEA T. Deary ’13  W. Deering ’77 CEA  K. Eshelman ’71 CEA  P. Gallagher ’71 (2) CEA  R. Galyen ’70 (2) CEA  A. Glasscock ’85 (2) CEA  S. Hamm ’70 CEA  M. Hartell ’67 (3)  B. Howard ’70 (10) CEA+  V. Jeffery ’69 (2) CEA

 = President’s Trust ($500+)  = President’s Club ($200+)  = Golden Delta ($100+)

 M. Judd ’70 (2) CEA  J. Landstrom ’89 (2) CEA S. Lewis ’96 (4) CEA  J. Little ’72 (2) CEA  B. Lowder ’80 (2) CEA  T. McCormick ’79 (2) CEA  J. Moisant ’77 CEA  J. Orendain ’78 (2) CEA  W. Plemons ’71 CEA H. Randhawa ’12  J. Schabarum ’86 CEA  A. Small ’86 CEA  J. Spivey ’68 CEA  J. Storer ’79 CEA  E. Stroman ’87 CEA  J. Tagle ’71 CEA  J. Turley ’69 CEA  M. Wilsey ’78 CEA SAN FERNANDO  M. Donnelly ’68 (31) SAN JOSE  J. Agan ’57 (6)  A. Ayare ’08  E. Bontadelli’50 (13) CEA+  S. Borges ’56  R. Brady ’63 (15)  K. Brimhall ’53 CEA B. Brown ’56 (15)  D. Colby ’56 (14)  J. Colwell (7) K. Dickerson ’13  H. Down ’53 CEA  D. Dukes ’53 CEA  A. Dunham ’86 (7)  A. Eisiminger ’11 (4)  L. Fenchel ’62 CEA  J. Fields ’66 (4)  J. Fraser ’55 (2) CEA  J. Freitas ’55 (4) CEA  J. Giacomazzi ’52 (2) CEA  T. Harney ’52 (12) CEA+ A. Jones ’11  H. Jorgensen ’07 (4)  C. Kamm ’57 (9) CEA  P. Kauffman ’11 (3)  K. Lapp ’11  J. Luckhardt ’56 CEA  A. Lund ’55 (13) CEA  D. Madsen ’66 CEA  B. McNay ’12  J. Moeller ’52  M. Navrides ’87 (2) CEA+ D. Notaro ’10 (6) E. Oydna ’13  J. Pesta ’85 CEA P. Pitman ’50  J. Pollack ’67 (6) W. Rus ’14  T. Slintak ’08 (8)  L. Spolyar ’52 (3)  P. Spooner ’55 (15) CEA+  M. Stepovich ’56 CEA  K. Swanson ’85 CEA  L. Sweeney ’55 (3) H. Thompson ’58 (6)  J. Tormey ’57 (13)  T. Wallace ’60 CEA  S. Yates ’55 (20) CEA+

SANTA BARBARA  R. LaFontaine ’91 (9)  T. Sullivan ’95 (14) SOUTH CAROLINA W. Anderson ’84 (2)  F. Goolsby ’81 (10)  R. Heroux ’84 (6)  J. Herron ’88 (25)  M. Pine ’85 (11)  T. Schmoyer ’88 (17)  M. Washburn ’91 (5) SOUTH DAKOTA  J. Bassingthwaite ’91  P. Christiansen ’75 (5)  M. Harrington ’71 (8) SOUTHERN ILLINOIS  M. Carr ’73 (11)  D. Maguire ’73 (34) SOUTHWEST MISSOURI  S. Davis ’87 (2) SOUTHWEST TEXAS  J. Keller ’73 (12) ST. NORBERT L. Brehm ’11 (2)  B. Hammer ’11 (3) A. Ott ’12 R. Penkal ’14 STANFORD A. Breech ’74 (4)  J. Cusick ’51 (2)  D. Cutter ’51 (42) P. Hearne ’60 W. Hirst ’40 (4) R. Hoffman ’49 (2)  J. Seeley ’59 (2) R. Smith ’59 (6)  R. Twist ’60 (2) P. Vermeil ’66 (2) B. Wilson ’50 (24) SWARTHMORE  W. Argo ’57 (2)  H. Bedolfe ’74 (6) H. Bode ’55 (5)  R. Hall ’52 (10) S. Heiser ’72 (5) V. Jose ’44 (9) B. Snavely ’57 (3) SYRACUSE  P. Bayer ’60  R. Broad ’60 (17)  G. Caplan ’55 (5)  J. Dytman ’71 (13)  R. Eckardt ’66 (4)  T. Finnell ’57 (34)  J. Freyer ’61 (3) J. Gold ’79  J. Heider ’54 (13)  M. Jenney ’55 (8)  M. McHenry ’81  A. Mittelstaedt ’58 (2)  D. Robitaille ’82 (3)  E. Shaw ’66 (5) W. Stark ’47 (10)  A. Stauderman ’58 (27)  K. Stein ’83 (2) R. Terwilliger ’51  R. Thorpe ’60 (24)

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TECHNOLOGY D. Alusic ’64 (5) S. Balsbaugh ’54 (11)  K. Bowman ’15  J. Buell ’56 (7)  R. Crowther ’54 (11)  H. Drab ’69 (9) E. Ehrlich ’55 G. Glober ’14  J. Glowienka ’71 (2)  C. Hagge ’57 (3)  T. Hoffman ’87 (15)  M. Huke ’65 (26)  T. Johnson ’93  E. Kavazanjian ’73 (11)  G. Kugener ’15 R. LeBoeuf ’88 (24)  R. Mackintosh ’53 (4)  S. Martin ’50 (10)  D. Maurer ’78 (14)  D. McComb ’70 C. McCracken ’76 T. Nowak ’71 (4)  K. Shimberg ’91 (2) Z. Swanson ’71 (4) D. Warren ’76  S. Wood ’69 (33)  R. Wothe ’58 (3) B. Xiao ’15 TENNESSEE  D. Cowe ’73 (3)  M. Knies ’71 (9)  D. Mouron ’77 (10)  D. Myers ’74 (32) R. Oder ’88  K. Snyder ’94 (8) TEXAS  G. Adams ’88 (7)  J. Allums ’59 (10)  R. Bryant ’74  J. Cassell ’70 (36)  J. Dunlap ’73 (34)  M. Gresham ’71 (9)  T. Heins ’65 (7) C. Jett ’73 (3)  M. Mitchell ’65 (42)  P. Nelson ’59 (10)  A. Polser ’65 (42)  W. Tibbitts ’61 (23)  L. Waters ’73 (34)  J. Whitehill ’74 (2)  S. Wolf ’76 (4)  J. Word ’68 (8) TEXAS A & M K. Hickman ’87 (14) TORONTO  M. Economopoulos ’93 (10) D. Shaw ’10 M. Shaw ’13 B. Triolo ’14 TUFTS E. Casabian ’64 (15) T. Castle ’13  C. Erickson ’64 (10) A. Ferlan ’13  J. Fonda ’51 (3) D. Lambert ’14 T. Loggia ’14  D. Morse ’42 (42)  R. Outtrim ’74

UCLA R. Anderson ’51 D. Lyons ’44 (13) R. Mancini ’50 (3) UNION  N. Botsford ’54 (24) D. Cate ’62 (15)  J. Gardeski ’51 (15)  W. Greve ’51 (3)  W. Hesse ’49 (3)  R. Jarrett ’51  P. Mara ’41  M. Martin ’73 M. Meslink ’65 (3) R. Obremski ’59 (11)  J. Thompson ’76 (2) VIRGINIA A. Alvarez ’13 (2)  D. Ashbury ’54 (26) D. Austin ’12  D. Barbour ’77 (24) K. Becker ’13 (2) Y. Biton ’12 (2) G. Bondoa ’13 (2) N. Bremenstul ’12 (2) T. Brewer ’12 (2)  W. Brookhart ’71 (26)  J. Cook ’14 W. Daniels ’13 J. Dembo ’12 (2) J. DiLorenzo ’13 (2) G. Ferrell ’70 (12)  N. Frazier ’99 (11) R. Hanrahan ’13 (2)  N. Haynes ’12 (3) P. Hodskins ’12 (2) A. Jain ’13 (2) C. Joynson ’12 (2) S. Lyons ’14 P. McClure ’13 (2) P. McGregor ’12 (2) P. Merrill ’13 (2) K. Mikkelsen ’13 (2) S. Miles ’13 (2) M. Myers ’13 (2) T. Neale ’74 (5)  M. Neider ’12 (2) F. Norvelle ’60  C. Owlett ’13 (2) A. Panchang ’14 L. Pina ’13  W. Reusing ’62 (2) B. Rice ’57  A. Saufley ’54 (25) A. Singh ’14 K. Sledge ’12 (2) D. Stein ’12 (2) W. Updike ’63 B. Vander ’14 E. Wangerin ’13 (2) Z. Whittaker ’13 (2) R. Winslow ’12 (2) VIRGINIA TECH  J. Fenninger ’14 C. Kralowetz ’13 WASHINGTON  A. Adkins ’14  J. Aitken ’70 (10) D. Baer ’82 (14)  N. Barr ’49  A. Brodie ’63

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 K. Carlton ’86 (11)  L. Dam ’68 (7)  R. Duncan ’66  W. Dwight ’79 (8)  B. Elfers ’92 (20)  J. Eyler ’69 (33)  R. Fagan ’52 (15)  B. Fortier ’87 (11)  D. Habib ’86 (9)  G. Harris ’71 (18)  W. Henderson ’59 (6)  T. Hendrickson ’67 (3) F. Hunkins ’89 (2)  M. Iverson ’48  K. Kaneta ’59 (42)  B. Keen ’50 (17) D. Kraft ’48 (3)  A. LaBerge ’87 (14) K. Mackey ’77 (13)  R. Martin ’59 (42)  R. Martin ’66 (6)  B. Raskin ’85 (3)  D. Ravander ’86 (13) R. Robinson ’59 (2) P. Russell ’79 (3)  R. Stewart ’64 (3)  J. Taylor ’90 (10)  P. Thorlakson ’56  P. Tuohy ’53 (12)

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WASHINGTON & LEE J. Hess ’60 (12) G. Lawrence ’59 (29) P. Muller ’55 (3)  W. Whitehurst ’50 (14) WASHINGTON STATE  L. Amos ’68 (34)  B. Anderson ’95 CEA  C. Arnold ’93 CEA  L. Berry ’55  M. Bryant ’81 CEA  M. Buerk ’89 CEA  J. Busse ’77 CEA J. Clark ’01 (2) D. Clodfelter ’15  F. Cox ’80 CEA  A. Curtis ’78 CEA  W. Cutler ’55 (3) CEA  K. Dickerson’94 (2) CEA  R. Fisher ’14  C. Green ’89 CEA  D. Gusseck ’63  D. Hambelton ’75 (11)  S. Kantrowitz ’76 CEA  C. Kurtak ’42 (27) A. Lathrop ’14  T. Lawrence ’12 (2)  J. Lehmann ’79 (2)  T. Marker ’81 CEA  A. Martin ’05 CEA+  D. Martin ’87 CEA  T. Martin ’89 CEA  J. Maulden ’97 CEA  R. McKinlay ’77 CEA P. Mills ’13 CEA  K. Moe ’79 CEA  V. Moreman ’63 (11)  E. Motteler ’63 (2) P. Petrauskas ’14  J. Rockwell ’82 CEA  M. Rowe ’78 CEA  J.Simpkins’81 (12) CEA+  R. Snyder ’88 CEA

 G. Studle ’57 (41)  B. Swanson ’93 CEA  K. Thomas ’78 CEA WEBSTER K. McWilliams ’11 (4) WESTERN ILLINOIS P. Doyle ’91  Z. Fluhler ’11  J. Ford ’95 (5)  J. Goulart ’80 (2)  R. Gruenig ’85 (14)  S. La Buda ’88 (17)  K. Lorts ’07  J. Nevel ’00 (12)  T. Polaski ’80 (6)  J. Schultz ’86 J. Straub ’12 WESTERN MICHIGAN  J. Campbell ’62  J. Frego ’64  D. Kanemori ’66 (40)  D. Pew ’63 (3)  V. Sutherland ’57 (13) WESTERN ONTARIO J. Cabral ’12 P. Campisi ’14 A. Haynes ’04  S. Mann ’73  D. Rudd ’51 (7) WESTERN RESERVE  S. Armstrong ’13  P. Barratt ’69 (6) C. Bizga ’69 (3) D. Chopyk ’12 C. Cookson ’51 (7) W. Cotton ’77 (2)  W. Frederick ’69 (5)  K. Friis ’09 J. Heintz ’39 J. Hilty ’13 (2) W. Howard ’75 (2) P. Kaluszyk ’73 (12) J. Kendel ’59 (16)  J. Kostic ’11 D. Liu ’15  S. Marshall ’87 (9)  G. Powers ’54 (2) J. Sabo ’67 (3) CEA+  R. Soltis ’81  J. Stickney ’48  R. Tinsley ’87 WICHITA  J. Adams ’04 (11)  E. Ambler ’68  D. Butts ’60 (10) L. Carey ’59 (2)  T. Cheek’15 G. Hampton ’79  W. Little ’58 (16)  W. Loyd ’77  G. Roberson ’14 C. Scannapieco ’14  F. Schneider ’08 (7) R. Scull ’55 (8)  A. Tilden ’13  C. Trammell ’68 (6) M. Wedel ’12 (2) N. Weidner ’04 (3)

Where do Your Dollars Go? Every year Delta Upsilon’s donors’ faithful and generous gifts go towards the support of many areas that help make our Fraternity stronger. They include: LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE – Since 1948, the annual Delta Upsilon Convention & Assembly has been included within what we now know as the Leadership Institute. For nearly 60 years and counting, the Leadership Institute has provided stellar educational programming to undergraduate and alumni members of Delta Upsilon. WINTER EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE – First instituted in 1995 as the Presidents Academy, the WEC includes educational programming for chapter presidents. The three-day conference is designed to assist these officers in their leadership and management function to help build a stronger Delta Upsilon. LEADERSHIP CONSULTANT PROGRAM – This program was established to employ graduate members of DU to serve as representatives of the Fraternity. The representativesare trained to assist chapter/colony members and alumni advisors to advance the principles of DU. GLOBAL SERVICE INITIATIVE – The Global Service Initiative offers members a unique opportunity to engage in direct service in developing nations and regions of the world while uniting their actions with Delta Upsilon’s Four Founding Principles. Through an application process, members travel to, study in, and work with a community where social and economic conditions are substandard. They engage in a variety of cultural, educational, recreational, and reflective activities. Participants will roll up their sleeves to build or rebuild in areas and engage in dialogue of social justice with other Delta Upsilon members. CHAPTER SERVICES SUPPORT – IHQ serves as a clearinghouse for an assortment of educational manuals, videos, programming services, personnel resources, and management tools. The Chapter Services department supervises the development and implementation of these educational resources. EMERGING LEADERS DUEL EXPERIENCE – Launched at the 2000 Leadership Institute, the DUEL Program is designed for our chapter’s newest members (freshmen and sophomores). Participants receive customized training in leadership philosophies, group dynamics, confrontation, service learning, public speaking, and motivation. The program is held near Williamstown, Mass., where the participants experience the history and heritage of DU at the Fraternity’s founding site. REGIONAL LEADERSHIP SEMINARS – Held in five major cities, RLS is designed to unite and assist the chapters in officer training, sharing ideas, and learning innovative membership and chapter leadership skills. DU continues to evaluate its personal growth and membership education curriculum tailored to all DU members. MCQUAID SCHOLARSHIP FUND – Undergraduate Scholarships and Graduate Fellowships of $2,5000 each are awarded annually to help further the education of those brothers who apply and are selected. The scholarship was established in 2000 to honor the service of Brother James D. McQuaid, Chicago ’60.

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WILLIAMS J. Gepson ’65 (10)  D. McDonald ’50 (9)  J. Pilgrim ’60 (11)  J. Snyder ’51 (3) I. Svenson ’50 (22) W. Thompson ’52 WILMINGTON  D. Cole ’72 (2) J. Stasios ’70

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WISCONSIN  R. Allman ’58 (3)  M. Baer ’80 (12)  M. Branch ’69 (8) T. Coogan ’58 (6)  G. Day ’70  B. Fellows ’51 (15)  D. Fohr ’73 (6)  R. Godfrey ’54 (10)  J. Harden ’59 (15)  J. Harris ’72 (24)  C. Herro ’43 (15)  E. Hipke ’56 (18)  R. Hunner ’51  R. Jacobus ’51 (31)  D. Johnson ’70 (12) R. Koehn ’64 P. Laper ’68 (23)  R. McLimans ’68 (12)  S. Mendlinger ’14  D. Meyers ’77  S. Miller ’70 (12)  J. Morgridge ’55 (2)  M. Mueller ’82 (6)  W. Murray ’64 (2)  W. Nesbitt ’76 (33)

 D. Paape ’53  C. Roup ’67 (9)  S. Satek ’88  L. Seno ’71 (6)  B. Shaw ’67  J. Sippl ’70 (2)  C. Thomas ’59 (11)  R. Thompson ’67 (11)  D. Vinson ’59 (32)  T. Vogelsang ’84 (2) J. Voss ’72 (3)  R. Walcisak ’74 (7) D. Walk ’73  D. Yenerich ’82 (14) FRIENDS OF THE DUEF  Becker Institute CEA  Leigh Bishop CEA  Boise State Chapter  Bradley Chapter  Cal Poly Chapter Carnegie Colony  Carthage Chapter  Cornell Chapter  Delta Upsilon International Fraternity  DePauw Chapter  Jane A. Disney  GE Foundation  Dudley J. Godfrey, Jr. 1996 Trust W. Constance Green R. Karl Grindel  Houston Alumni Chapter of Delta Upsilon  Illinois Chapter  Indiana Chapter

 Iowa State Colony  Kansas Chapter  Kansas State Chapter  Lafayette Chapter  Laird Norton Real Estate, LLC  Lehigh Chapter Jean G. Lloyd (6)  Mildred Long  Miami Chapter  Missouri Chapter  Nebraska Chapter NorthCarolinaStateChapter  North Dakota Chapter  North Florida Chapter  Ohio State Chapter  Oklahoma Chapter  Oregon State Chapter  Alumni Association of Penn State Delta Upsilon PepsiCo Foundation  Rutgers Chapter  San Diego State Chapter  San Jose Chapter ScaramucciFoundation CEA  Jeremiah Shinn (3)  Eric Sorensen CEA  Richard A. Taitch CEA  Ashton M. Tenney (18)  Charles T. & Marion M. ThompsonFoundation (22) Susan Toribara CEA  Toronto Chapter  Jo Ellen Walden (2)  David Weisman CEA  Wichita Chapter  Willis North America Inc.

Foundation Gifts

July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012 $654,803* Other Restricted Gifts 4%

Annual Appeal 57%

Chapter Educational Accounts 39%

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Foundation Recognized for Best New Development Idea During the NICF’s Foundations Seminar, the Delta Upsilon Foundation was recognized above all other fraternities and sororities for Best New Development Idea.”The new DUEF.org Donor Choice website merited this award not simply as a website, but for the theory behind its fundraising capabilities through chapter and alumni support. DUEF.org focuses on a donor’s giving desires and makes it easier for donors to find a specific area of support which aligns with the donor’s philanthropic passion. Likewise, through the Chapter Specific Projects section, DUEF.org makes it easier for alumni to raise funds online for their own chapter scholarship and educational programs through their CEA; yet another service provided by the DUEF to its chapters. The DUEF was previously recognized for Best Student Development Effort and Best Development Effort for a Major Gift Campaign. The NIC Foundation Mission is to advance the sophistication and proficiency of fraternal foundations by fostering exceptional educational initiatives, operational standards, and industry collaboration.

Jen Pendleton, NICF President & Executive Director of Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation with Delta Upsilon Director of Development, Craig Sowell, Houston ‘92

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Chicago Trio Honored Known for their incomparable commitment to their Fraternity DU’s “Chicago Three,” Maury Mandel, Chicago ’55, Marty Krasnitz, Chicago ‘57 and Jim McQuaid, ’60 earned well-deserved appreciation as they stepped down from their roles as Foundation Trustees earlier this year. While these influential, longterm volunteers have given of their time talent and treasure beyond measure, the quantifiable areas of service are astonishing. Collectively, these three men have: • 164 years of DU experience. • 47 years of volunteer service…JUST to the DU Foundation. • 68 years of service in total to the Fraternity and Foundation combined. • Unprecedented terms of service with the Chicago undergraduate and alumni Chapters, the Fraternity’s Board of Directors and the Foundation’s Board of Trustees. • Three Distinguished Alumni Awards, each of them having been so duly honored. In honor of their simultaneous retirement, the Board of Trustees and Fraternity leaders honored the three men with a dinner on July 28, 2012. This signaled the end of not just an era, but an unparalleled era of dedicated service. Their service was heralded by Foundation Chairman, Steve Rowley, Ohio ’65. After the accolades from several DU leaders, including Fraternity Chairman, Rick Taylor, North Carolina State ’82, each of the three honorees had an opportunity to speak. During their reminiscences, each of the men emphasized the immense personal satisfaction he gained in serving Delta Upsilon. Jim McQuaid, Chicago ’60 (top), Maury Mandel, Chicago ’55 (middle), and Marty Krasnitz, Chicago ’57 (bottom) stepped down from the Foundation Board of Trustees this summer.

DU’s Chicago Three are the “Tinker to Evers to Chance” of Delta Upsilon.* And no doubt, even in their fraternal retirement, they will continue to strive to make those memorable double plays that will help DU win the game and progress forward to greatness. These three have led by example, have certainly earned their reward, and have more than earned the right to slide gracefully into DU retirement. Brother Mandel, Brother Krasnitz, Brother McQuaid, DU thanks you, sincerely for The work that you have done for DU The groundwork that you have laid Your wise and sage counsel and advice Your friendship that knows no boundary Your loyalty to our brotherhood Your dedication to our cause Your unparalleled involvement The road that you have paved The outstanding example you have set, not only for us, but for the generations of DU brothers who will follow us who will learn from your legacy. The lesson that it is indeed a pleasure to serve Delta Upsilon. With the sincerest smile, the firmest handshake and the most genuine “Dikaia” we can muster. We salute you. We thank you.

*Chicago Cubs infielders Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, and Frank Chance formed the most memorable double-play combination in the history of baseball. Their consistently solid fielding and hitting led the Cubs to four National League pennants (1906-8, 1910) and two World Series wins (1907-8). The Hall of Fame inducted all three simultaneously in 1946. In 1910, New York newspaper columnist Franklin Pierce Adams immortalized the three ballplayers in a short verse titled “Baseball's Sad Lexicon.”

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Lewis D. Gregory, Kansas ’75, Phillip A. Miller, Kansas ’73, President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, Kansas ’73, Jeffrey T. Joyce, MD, Kansas ’73, Brian Bracco, Kansas ’73. Photo courtesy of Kelsey Kimberlin/KU Marketing Communications.

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Visits Delta Upsilon Chapter at the University of Kansas By John Esau, Kansas ’78 and Lewis Gregory, Kansas ’75 On September 24, the small municipal airport on the outskirts of Lawrence, Kansas became Lawrence International Airport, as Juan Manuel Santos, a member of the Kansas Chapter, Class of 1973, and currently president of the Republic of Colombia, arrived from Bogota aboard his 737 jet accompanied by his wife, entourage, and security detail. He was en route to the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York, but paused in Lawrence at the invitation of KU Chancellor Bernadette GrayLittle. Brother Santos was honored with the presentation of the Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award by the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences during a ceremony at the Dole Institute of Politics on the KU Campus. President Santos enrolled at KU in the early 1970s and initially lived in McCollum Hall. He was invited to become a member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity and he lived in the chapter house two years, then in an apartment off campus for his final year. Phil Miller, Jeff Joyce, Brian Bracco, Lewis Gregory, John Dobbins, Tom Krebs, John Hays, John Esau and other DU alumni, plus a contingent of undergraduate brothers were present at his speech and Q & A session, which was open to the public. He mentioned DU many times in his remarks, joking that he “honed his poker skills” at the Fraternity. He said he “learned to appreciate and admire the American way of life, your commitment to democratic values, to principles you

have always defended”. In a humorous anecdote, Santos said he used his winnings playing poker with his fraternity brothers to purchase stock in fast-growing Pizza Hut, which later allowed him to buy his first car! Several of Santos’ close DU contemporaries were able to spend time with him between a morning event with KU honor students, a press conference, lunch and prior to the award ceremony and were given exclusive access and reserved seating with other dignitaries. The Columbian President also showed up unannounced at the DU House early in the morning of his KU visit with just his security guards! He wanted to look around, so several undergraduate brothers gave him a tour of the first floor of the house. Although offers were extended for a more formal visit to the Chapter, security arrangements and a tight timetable made it impossible for DU to host our esteemed Brother from Colombia. The first meeting of President Santos was with KU honor role students that included Danny Anderson, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences who interviewed him. His remarks reminded the “four friends of the President” as they were called by the Colombian entourage, how global his remarks were. He mentioned that he believed in diversity and enjoyed the many students he met at KU, from different backgrounds and culture. His discussion about the war in Colombia was

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Alumni with Diplomatic Ties Through the years DU has had alumni with diplomatic ties working around the world. For a more complete list, visit deltau.org/alumni. Warren Randolph Burgess, Brown 1912 Permanent Representative to NATO John C. Caldwell, Amherst 1855 Minister to Uruguay and Paraguay James Bryant Conant, Harvard 1914 Ambassador to West Germany Joseph E. Davies, Wisconsin 1898 Ambassador to the USSR, Belgium and Luxemburg Charles Dawes, Marietta 1884, Vice President of the United States, Ambassador to the United Kingdom; Nobel Peace Prize laureate Frederick T. F. Dumont, Lafayette 1889 Consul General to Frankfort and Havana Raymond B. Fosdick, Colgate 1905 Under-Secretary-General for the League of Nations George Washington Goethals, Manhattan 1877 Chief Engineer of the Panama Canal and first Civil Governor of the Panama Canal Zone

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Thomas R. Hutson, Nebraska ’62 Consul General in Moscow, Belgrade, Tashkent and Winnipeg Kenneth Keating, Rochester 1919 Senator, New York;  Ambassador to India; U.S. Ambassador to Israel; Brigadier General, Army

explained this way: “There are two types of people; one wants justice and the other wants peace. The group that wants justice have been victims and the others wanting peace have not. It is important to have those two groups get together to have a discussion and dialogue so they can negotiate a way to live and work together.” President Santos said in remarks at a press conference that five members of his family had attended the School of Journalism at KU. For generations, his family owned the country’s largest newspaper, El Tiempo, which was founded by his great-uncle. After his undergraduate studies at KU, Brother Santos attended Harvard and the London School of Economics. He served in the Colombian navy prior to coming to KU, and after his education became active representing his country in the coffee trade. He became the first Foreign Trade Minister of Colombia, opening up a previously closed economy to international trade. Later he served as Finance Minister and Minister of Defense. He was elected president in 2010 (four-year term) with over 9 million votes, the largest ever obtained by a candidate in the history of the Colombian democracy. He created the Good Government Foundation and founded the political party Partido de la U, Colombia’s largest political party. When asked by a DU undergraduate whether he had held any leadership positions on campus or at the Fraternity, He responded, “No.” He said he was just a “common student”. Clearly his experience and education prepared him for his role as a leader in Colombia, the region and the world.

Joseph Kennedy, Harvard 1912 Ambassador to Great Britain Robert Morss Lovett, Harvard 1892 Acting Governor of the Virgin Islands Robert E. Olds, Harvard 1897 Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague Frank C. Partridge, Middlebury 1881 Minister to Venezuela Lester Pearson, Toronto 1919 Prime Minister of Canada and President of the United Nations General Assembly; Nobel Prize winner for Peace Paul S. Reinsch, Wisconsin 1892 Minister to China Thomas Riley, Stanford 1972 Ambassador to Morocco Edgar G. Sisson, Northwestern 1898 Personal observer for President Wilson in Russia during the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917-18 John B. Stetson, Jr., Harvard 1906 Minister to Poland Eduardo P. Triana, Lehigh 1890 Ambassador from Nicaragua to Great Britain

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Canadians Mourn the Passing of Alberta’s Peter Lougheed, Alberta ’52 By Jim Leitch, Alberta ’86 and Allan Warrack, Alberta ’61

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Delta Upsilon lost an iconic member with the passing of Brother E. Peter Lougheed, PC, CC, AOE, Q.C., Alberta ’52 (Law) in Calgary on September 13, 2012. Lougheed was Premier of Alberta from 1971-85. He had been chapter president, and also Students’ Union president of the University of Alberta. His public obituary states that he “was a proud member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity.” He played football for the University of Alberta, then with the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League – both while in university. After earning his MBA from Harvard he worked in corporate and private law practices. In 1965 he was selected to lead the fledgling Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta, which had never formed government and had no seats in the Legislature. After a beachhead of six in the 1967 election, Brother Lougheed became the Premier of Alberta in 1971 with a solid majority, defeating a party that had been in office for 36 years. Larger majorities followed his leadership in three more terms, and the Progressive Conservative Party has continued to hold majority government office in Alberta to this day. He and his government are widely credited with ushering in modern Alberta, emphasizing progressive social and cultural policy. Human Rights legislation led the first legislative agenda of his government. Provincial ownership and control over natural resources was the next priority, including the building of provincial infrastructure to serve the people of Alberta, the establishment of the Heritage Savings Trust Fund to save revenue from non-renewable resources for future Albertans, and increasing Alberta’s role in national affairs. The latter included being a key architect in the patriation of the Canadian Constitution from Great Britain in 1982. With wife Jeanne and four children he maintained an active family life. He held major roles in the arts, sports activities and public affairs and was active on numerous corporate and public boards. Brother Lougheed was featured speaker in 2010 at the 75th anniversary celebration of Delta Upsilon at the University of Alberta. An optimistic and entrepreneurial spirit was always in evidence and he often took time to participate in the postgolf “Silver Fox” dinners with the DU brothers His efforts were honored by his University of Alberta, with the 1986 establishment of Lougheed Scholarships.

These awards are to students who are leaders in university life, community organizations or cultural activities. Some DU brothers have won these awards. Brother Lougheed was accorded an Honourary Doctorate of Laws, named to the Sports Wall of Fame, and a University Distinguished Alumni Award. Brother Lougheed had an abiding interest in Canadian history, parks and open spaces. He always was clear that he was a Canadian first, then Albertan – and his government policies enhanced both for a prosperous and peaceful future. He was a Companion (the highest tier) of the Order of Canada. Many public entities and a hospital (he died in Peter Lougheed Hospital) were named for him. A most recent (2012) and gratifying award was made by the prestigious Institute for Research on Public Policy – a distinguished panel determined that Honourable E. Peter Lougheed was the best Canadian Premier by a wide margin over the modern era of the last 40 years! His leadership impact was immense to the benefit of and Canada, Alberta and Delta Upsilon.

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Fraternity adds Director of Global Initiatives Delta Upsilon Fraternity is pleased to announce the addition of Director of Global Initiatives Kaye Schendel who joined the professional staff as on October 1. In this position, Schendel will develop a global education program, the first of its kind for a national/international fraternity/sorority. The primary components of the program will include civic knowledge and engagement, intercultural knowledge and competence, ethical reasoning and action, foundations and skills for lifelong global competence, and partnerships with host institutions to promote and encourage diverse and knowledgeable world views. Additionally, she will expand the fraternity’s awardwinning Global Service Initiative. The fraternity plans to offer six cultural immersion/service experiences during the next year. “We couldn’t be more excited to have Kaye join our talented professional staff. Her 11 years of experience implementing international learning initiatives for college students makes her uniquely qualified to advance Delta Upsilon’s global initiative,” said Executive Director Justin Kirk. “Kaye’s passion and commitment to student learning and hands-on service will significantly enhance our ability to be a higher education leader in preparing students for a global society.” Previously, as assistant director of University Centers at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Schendel worked with more than 190 student organizations, coordinated the Leadership and Involvement Center, administered campus-

wide leadership development programming, and advised the Fraternity and Sorority community. She was also responsible for coordinating the Alternative Spring Break-Jamaica program and annually took students to Jamaica to participate in direct, hands-on service to area schools and service agencies. Schendel has coordinated more than 30 international service trips impacting more than 600 students. Prior to her work at UW-L, she was at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for 11 years. Kaye also serves her sorority, Sigma Sigma Sigma, as National President and is Vice President of the Center for the Study of the College Fraternity. She was the recipient of the Adele Williamson Research Award from CSCF for her research on the campus assessment of the national call for values congruence. “I am so excited to engage in this opportunity. Delta Upsilon is committed to providing the foundation and framework of a global education for its members. This will be done through multiple partnerships and international experiences which will prepare members to function in a global society and see the world through the lens of a global citizen,” Schendel said. “The focus of our work with DU men will be on global awareness, perspective, and engagement. There is a pressing need in America to develop individuals with an acute awareness and attitude of global citizenship.”

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Alpha & Omega Alberta E. Peter Lougheed 1952 Nello W. Marano 1950 Bowling Green Edward J. Delanty 1952 Bucknell Andrew Keating Clark 2001 California Dennis W Lynn 1978 Colgate Henry A. Unger , Jr. 1954 Georgia Tech Gregory Michael Siebe 2008 Indiana James E. Ernsberger 1960 Iowa Donald E. Strub 1957

Iowa State Glenn A. Cook 1930 Johns Hopkins F. Jay Ward 1956 Kansas Alvin Eugene Voigt 1948 Lafayette George J. Andresakes 1936 Nelson E. Snook 1959 Marietta George H. Friedlander 1951 Miami Vernon Kroehle 1948 Missouri Henry H. Dewey , Jr. 1957 North Dakota Wayne A. Drugan , Jr.1969

Northwestern Robert LeRoy Goman 1936 Ohio State Terry L. Burton 1962 Thomas E. Swensen 1961 Oklahoma James K. Levorsen 1950 Oregon State Harold E. Balin 1953 Donald O Nash 1931 Pennsylvania Gaeton J. Fonzi 1957 Purdue Jerry C. Carter 1966 Ronald R. Rice 1957 Rutgers Hawley W. Ades 1929

Please notify the Fraternity of deceased brothers or any errors in the list. Memorial gifts may be directed to the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation at the same address or online at www.duef.org.

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San Jose K. Gordon Arnold 1955 Edgar J. Hageman , Jr. 1952 Toronto Theo B. Romeyn 1965 Washington Neal M. Barr 1949 Kenneth W. Brotnov, 1957 Glen B. Hayton 1974 Washington State Richard D. Stewart 1955 Western Illinois Timothy A. Amundson 1974

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