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CEOCORNER by MARK E. TIMMES

LETTERS WITH DISTINCTION I recently attended the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) meeting in Washington, D.C. The NIC is the trade association for the 73 men’s national college fraternities. Last December the NIC celebrated its 100th year as a conference. Pi Kappa Phi joined in 1912. Interfraternal gatherings are a source of great pride for Pi Kappa Phi, and this meeting was no exception. The NIC began its Award of Distinction program in 2002 to recognize outstanding students, chapters and alumni in fraternities across the country. Pi Kappa Phi is one of the few fraternities to have been recognized in all three categories. This year, T.J. Sullivan, Alpha Psi (Indiana), was selected as the only recipient of the NIC Alumni Award of Distinction. T.J. is a re-founding father, former national staff member and long-serving volunteer of Pi Kappa Phi. He is the CEO and co-founder of CAMPUSPEAK, an organization that provides educational speakers and interactive workshops to college students and Greek communities. In his moving acceptance speech, T.J. spoke of the importance of family, and of how fraternity allows us, as friends, to become family. On a proud day for Pi Kappa Phi, he brought distinction to our letters as he himself received an Award of Distinction. At that same luncheon, Chad Coltrane, CEO of Push America proudly accepted the NIC Laurel Wreath Award for Build America—Push America’s summer construction team that travels to summer camps to build accessible amenities and friendships across the country. The Laurel Wreath Award recognizes outstanding educational projects that bring distinction to the Greek movement. When the Build America team members wear Pi Kappa Phi’s letters, they wear them with distinction not only in our eyes but now in the eyes of the interfraternal community. Pi Kappa Phi, through Push America, continues to bring distinction to our letters as we continue to excel in the area of leadership through service. There was not a better example of this leadership than the recent efforts of our Theta Eta chapter at American University. They recently sponsored a wheelchair basketball game for Push America and the Wounded Warrior project, pitting teams of wounded veterans against each other. You can read more about this on page 28. Lastly, in this issue is the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation Annual Report for 2009. It lists the honor roll of brothers and friends who support the educational efforts of the fraternity through a donation to the Foundation. In these austere times, we appreciate all of those who serve their letters with distinction whether they share their time, talent or treasure. As always, enjoy this issue of the Star & Lamp! Yours in the Brotherhood of Pi Kappa Phi,

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SUSQUEHANNA NORTHERN COLORADO

CINCINNATI (Theta)

UC-SANTA BARBARA

CAL POLY POMONA

OKLAHOMA (Alpha Gamma)

UA - FORT SMITH SHORTER COLLEGE

SPRING 2010 FALL 2010 SPRING 2011

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE

The map details Pi Kappa Phi’s expansion plans through Spring 2011. For more information about expansion or starting a new chapter of Pi Kappa Phi, contact Assistant Executive Director Christian Wiggins at cwiggins@pikapp.org.

SOUTH FLORIDA (Zeta Eta)

FLORIDA SOUTHERN (Beta Beta)

FIVE CHARTERS GRANTED THIS SPRING KAPPA NORTH CAROLINA Chapel Hill, North Carolina Re-Founded: January 30, 2010

ALPHA NU OHIO STATE

Re-Founding Members: 51 Colonized: Spring 2009

Originally founded on November 14, 1914, Kappa chapter officially returned as 51 men re-chartered at UNC-Chapel Hill. Not even an Carolina blizzard could prevent the brothers and guests from enjoying this accomplishment and celebrating the return of Pi Kappa Phi. Past National Presidents Jerry Brewer, Sigma (South Carolina), and Nathan Hightower, Omicron (Alabama), served as the installation officers, and Push America founder Thomas Sayer, Kappa (North Carolina), was also in attendance. Performing the ritual of initiation were teams from Eta Zeta (Queens) and Theta Tau (High Point). Representing the national fraternity were Assistant Executive Director Christian Wiggins, Epsilon Alpha (Elon); Director of Chapter Development Curt Herzog, Theta Lambda (Missouri State); Push America Director of Chapter Services Andrew Matznick, Epsilon Rho (LenoirRhyne); Director of Housing Acquisitions Greg Buehner, Theta Theta (Iowa); and Coordinator of Chapter Development A.J. Friedhoff, Beta Epsilon (Missouri).

Columbus, Ohio Re-Founded: February 27, 2010

Re-Founding Members: 29 Colonized: Fall 2007

After being dormant for more than 70 years, the Alpha Nu chapter at Ohio State University was resurrected on February 27, 2010. Originally activated November 5, 1927, Alpha Nu celebrated its return in the heart of the Buckeye State at the Ohio State Capitol in downtown Columbus. Past Chairman of the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation Allen Woody, Xi (Roanoke), was the installation officer for the event. He was assisted by Southern Ohio Regional Governor Matt Wray, Eta Upsilon (Miami - Ohio). Initiating the new group were men from Theta Rho (Western Michigan) and members of the 2009 Build America team. National staff in attendance included Coordinator of Chapter Development A.J. Friedhoff, Beta Epsilon (Missouri), and Push America Director of Special Events Patrick Manley, Eta Upsilon (Miami - Ohio). (Continued on page 29)

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Pi Kappa Phi was well represented at the NIC’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. Push America’s Build America program received the Laurel Wreath Award and T.J. Sullivan, Alpha Psi (Indiana), was honored with the Alumni Award of Distinction.

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Here you’ll find a listing of all members and friends of the fraternity who made a contribution in 2009 as well as a letter from Chairman Jerry T. Brewer detailing the strength of the Foundation as the country climbs out of the recession. We’ve also recognized the individuals, chapters and states that made the top contributions to the Foundation. Fall 2010 Deadline 9/1/2010

The Foundation Annual Report 2009

Summer 2010 Deadline 6/1/2010

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This summer, a wonderful world awaits you at Pi Kappa Phi’s 52nd Supreme Chapter. Held in Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort, Supreme Chapter 2010 is the perfect summer vacation setting for family and fraternity.

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Remembering T O D D

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Ten years ago Push America was changed forever. The loss of two men, only months apart, who were selflessly dedicated to bettering the lives of people with disabilities shook Push America to its core. The deaths of Todd Porterfield, Alpha Delta (Washington), and Jason Tirado, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason), sent shockwaves across the country. The effects of their passing was felt from coast to coast in the dozens of cities they each had visited as a part of their Journey of Hope teams—from Todd’s chapter in Washington state to Jason’s chapter in Washington, D.C. Jason and Todd touched the lives of so many. And now, 10 years later, the memory of Todd and Jason is forever rooted in the core values of Push America. Two memorial grants were established in 2001 honoring the memory of Todd and Jason and their dedication to Push America. Every year, the Journey of Hope North and South teams each choose one organization they’ve visited to receive the Jason R. Tirado or Todd J. Porterfield Memorial Grants. These annual grants, which are the largest grants given each summer, go to an organization that makes the greatest

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impact on the Journey of Hope team members. Since their establishment, the Porterfield and Tirado Grants have distributed more than $18,000 to directly impact people with disabilities. It is Push America’s hope that, eventually, the Jason R. Tirado and Todd J. Porterfield Memorial Grants will fund each and every grant given along the three Journey of Hope routes. Todd and Jason’s memorial grants have helped organizations across the country establish new programs and recover from financial hardship, but above all, they have changed the lives of people with disabilities for nearly a decade. Their impact on Push America, however, is far beyond monetary value. Since 2000, one could argue that Push America has grown in programming, grants disbursed and presence throughout the country as a result of Todd & Jason’s still-present influence. If you have been involved with Push America in the last 10 years, take a moment to think about the amazing things that have occurred since your involvement began. Think about the people with whom you have grown close through Push America. And think


of all the organizations that serve people with disabilities that are supported with grants each year from Push America. All of this has been made possible through the commitment and passion shown to Push America by people like Todd and Jason. Since 2000, Push America has seen the creation of two new events (Build America in 2003 and Push America Challenge in 2006) and the addition of a third Journey of Hope route (the TransAmerica route in 2005). In fact, Push America Challenge was inspired and spearheaded by Todd Porterfield’s Journey of Hope teammates in memory of their fallen brother. These new programs have helped extend Push America’s influence across the country by both Pi Kappa Phis and non-members alike. Through these new programs and service opportunities, the dollar amount of grants given each year since 2000 has increased by more than 400 percent. On April 30, 2010 and August 7, 2010, Push America will reflect upon the lives of Jason and Todd and pay respect to these two remarkable individuals who gave so much to Push America. We ask that you join us to reflect and celebrate how their legacy has forever impacted Push America. If you would like to take part in assuring that Jason and Todd’s memory continues to live on through their memorial grants, please contact Push America at (704) 504-2400.

TODD J. PORTERFIELD 19772000

Todd Porterfield, member of the Alpha Delta chapter at the University of Washington, passed to the Chapter Eternal on August 7, 2000, after being struck by car in Lexington, North Carolina, while cycling on the Journey of Hope South team. Todd leaves a long legacy of compassion, brotherhood, dedication and selfless giving. JASON R. TIRADO 19762000

Jason Tirado, member of the Zeta Epsilon chapter at George Mason University, passed to the Chapter Eternal on April 30, 2000, after a fall during a hiking trip in the North Carolina mountains. Jason was a Journey of Hope cyclist in 1999 and was spending the 2000 spring semester in North Carolina coordinating Gear Up Florida as project manager. Jason is missed by so many people. He impacted the lives of hundreds during his time with Push America. If you would like to make a contribution to the Porterfield or Tirado Memorial Grant fund, please send checks to the Push America office, made payable to Push America. Please indicate in the memo section “In memory of Todd J. Porterfield” or “In memory of Jason R. Tirado.”

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A Wonderful World Awaits A wonderful world awaits you at Pi Kappa Phi’s 52nd Supreme Chapter. Held in the Hilton at Walt Disney World Village, Supreme Chapter 2010 provides the perfect summer vacation setting for family and fraternity.

where you’ll be able to catch some waves in the wave pool, lounge in the lazy river or enjoy one of the many water slides and coasters.

The Convention All members of Pi Kappa

Hotel, the Hilton at Walt Disney World Village is located just minutes from some of Disney’s most popular amenities and attractions, including Downtown Disney, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Typhoon Lagoon, and Blizzard Beach. Guests of the hotel can also enjoy extended “Extra Magic Hours” to Disney theme parks, a complimentary Disney Resort park shuttle, preferred tee times at Disney golf courses, advanced reservations at Disney restaurants and Sunday breakfast with Disney characters.

Phi—along with their families—are invited to join us in beautiful Orlando, Florida. During the convention, all chapters of the fraternity are temporarily dissolved to form the Supreme Chapter, which will elect a new national council, vote on legislation and celebrate the successes of the year. In addition to the formal business of Supreme Chapter, a host of exciting events awaits you. For Supreme Chapter’s opening event on Thursday, we’ve reserved the House of Blues Music Hall in Downtown Disney where dinner will be accompanied by Three Forks Road blues band. On Friday night, students will enjoy an evening at Epcot, while alumni and their guests have the night to explore a Disney Park or Orlando’s nightlife. You’ll want to save Saturday night for the Supreme Banquet—the highlight of Supreme Chapter where fraternity honors its top alumni, students and chapters with the Founders’ Awards, the Hall of Fame Induction and the Mr. Pi Kappa Phi award. The closing event will be held Sunday evening at Typhoon Lagoon, Disney’s premier water park

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The Hotel An official Walt Disney World

The City You’ll certainly find something for everyone in Orlando. Known as The City Beautiful, Orlando boasts some of the world’s greatest resorts, parks and attractions. In addition to Walt Disney World, Orlando is home to SeaWorld, Universal Studios, Daytona Beach, Cocoa Beach and the Kennedy Space Center. Orlando also provides some of the best shopping, dining, and outdoor adventures that the Sunshine State has to offer.

For more information about Supreme Chapter or to register, visit orlando.pikapp.org.


The Slate of Officers The following candidates have been endorsed by the Nominating Committee as the official slate of officers for the 52nd Supreme Chapter in Orlando, Fla. Each individual is listed under the office for which he was nominated. These men and any others successfully nominated from the floor will be voted upon during the third session of Supreme Chapter on Saturday, August 7, 2010.

National President-Elect MARK F. JACOBS Mark was initiated into the Delta Psi chapter at the University of Texas - Arlington on December 10, 1979. He was the chapter’s first legacy, and his brother, Billy, was a founding member. Mark served as historian, warden, vice archon and archon, and graduated with a B.B.A. in finance. He later received his M.B.A. from Butler. Mark is a three-time recipient of the “Area Governor of the Year” award, and he served 10 years as a board member for Pi Kappa Phi Properties—four as president. Mark has served on the national council previously as national chaplain, national historian, national secretary, national treasurer and currently serves as national vice president. Mark resides in Dallas with his wife, Rebecca, and has two children, Mary Grace and Landry. Mark is a partner with Spectrum Management Group, a financial advisory firm for corporations and individuals.

National Vice President Nominee DUDLEY F. WOODY Dudley was initiated into Xi chapter at Roanoke College in 1971 where he served his chapter as treasurer and archon. Dudley graduated summa cum laude from Roanoke in 1974 with a bachelor’s of business administration degree. He received a juris doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1977. For 10 years Dudley served on the board of directors for Push America, holding positions as president, vice president, treasurer and secretary. Dudley lives in Roanoke, Va., with his wife, Natalie. They have three daughters, Lauren, Nancy and Michelle. Dudley is a principal in the law firm of Woods, Rogers, P.L.C. He has previously served several terms on National Council as national chancellor and currently serves as national treasurer.

National Treasurer Nominee TRACY D. MADDUX Tracy is a founding father of the Zeta Theta chapter at the University of Texas at Austin, where as a student he served as archon. As an alumnus, Tracy serves on the Zeta Theta Housing Corporation. From 1991 to 1996, Tracy worked as a staff member at the national headquarters, including time as executive vice president of Pi Kappa Phi Properties. As a volunteer, he has served as a chapter advisor for Alpha Psi (Indiana) and as area governor for the Pacific Northwest Region. For the past six years, Tracy has served on the National Council, serving two terms a national secretary and one term as national historian. Tracy received a bachelor’s degree in government from UT and an M.B.A. in finance from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Tracy lives with his wife, Donna, near Portland, Ore., where he is CFO of VersaLogic, Inc, a manufacturer of embedded computing products.

National Secretary Nominee THOMAS B. SULLIVAN Tom is a member of Delta Omega chapter at Texas A&M University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s in university administration. As an undergraduate, Tom completed terms as Push America chairman, chaplain and three years as vice archon. As an alumnus, Tom served on the national staff as director of chapter services and has filled roles as chapter advisor for Eta Chi (TCU), recruitment advisor for Delta Omega (Texas A&M) and faculty advisor for Eta Rho (Texas State). He has also served as a regional governor and was recognized as “Regional Governor of the Year” in 2003. In 2004 he was recognized with the exclusive Beta Circle Award, recognizing his contributions to the fraternity’s recruitment and expansion efforts. Tom is currently serving his second term as national historian. He is the director of student life at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, where he lives with his wife, Cheri, and their newborn son, Owen.

National Historian Nominee TIM S. HEBSON Dr. Tim S. Hebson is an alumnus initiate of the Alpha Eta chapter at Samford. Tim’s brother and brother-in-law are also initiates of Alpha Eta. Tim received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Mobile, a master’s degree from Samford, and a doctorate in education from the University of Alabama. Tim currently serves as the dean of students at the University of Alabama, a post he has held since 2007. Previously, Tim served as director of housing at Samford University, assistant director of student activities at Auburn University, and director of student life at The University of Montevallo. In addition to his current role at Alabama, Tim has filled roles as director of judicial affairs and associate dean of students/executive director of student development. He is married to the former Jo Bevill of Birmingham and enjoys traveling and sports.

National Chaplain Nominee JEREMY D. GALVIN Jeremy was initiated on September 3, 1993, into Alpha Omicron chapter at Iowa State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in 1997 and a master’s in 2009. As a student, Jeremy served his chapter as archon and warden. As an alumnus, Jeremy has served as chapter advisor for his own chapter and as regional governor for the Northern Plains region. Jeremy remains active with the Alpha Omicron BOAA and Building Corporation, and for the past year, Jeremy has served on the Push America Board of Directors. He has also worked for the national staff in various capacities, including time as a leadership consultant, director of the Journey Project, director of volunteer services and director of volunteer and chapter services. Jeremy lives in Ames, Iowa, with his wife, Jenn, and their two daughters, Annie, age 7, and Lillie, age 2. Jeremy is senior director of development for the Iowa State’s College of Business.

National Chancellor Nominee DANIEL J. BOSSHART Dan was initiated into Gamma (California - Berkeley) on January 29, 1978, as the chapter’s 686th member. As an undergraduate, he served on executive council as archon and historian. As an alumni member, Dan served as chapter advisor for Delta Rho (Southern Cal) and later for his own chapter. And for the last 24 years, Dan has been actively involved as vice president and director of Gamma chapter’s Housing Corporation. Dan earned a bachelor’s degree in 1981 from UC - Berkeley and his juris doctorate in 1986 from the U.C. Hastings College of Law. He and his wife, Lori (Chi Omega), live in Lafayette, Calif., with their three boys (and future Pi Kapps), Andrew, age 14, Cameron, age 14, and Evan, age 9. Dan is currently serving on the National Council as national chancellor and has been nominated for a second term.

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Dear Brothers and Friends:

L E T T E R FROM THE CHAIRMAN 2 0 0 9

I think the thing on everyone’s minds right now is, “have we made it out of the recession?” As I speak with alumni and friends, the answer I most frequently hear is, “well, sort of” or “maybe.” We’re in interesting days right now— we’re seeing our 401Ks and IRAs rebound, but we may not feel exceptionally safe in our jobs. Some are earning bonuses again, but we’re also seeing state employees get furloughed and laid off. There is desire and hesitancy in voices when you hear talk about summer vacation plans and many have re-learned the meaning of “cutting back.” Yes, interesting days indeed, but as far as Pi Kappa Phi is concerned, not all bad either. Let me explain. Years ago I had the good fortune of attending the University of South Carolina in the mid-1970s and joined Pi Kappa Phi’s fifth oldest chapter—Sigma. Last month Sigma celebrated its centennial anniversary marking 100 years of Pi Kappa Phi brotherhood at the state’s largest university. As students, alumni and friends convened in Columbia for the weekend, an equally powerful reality— equal to hard lessons learned by many in the last 12 months—became very apparent to me. Which is to say that despite tough times, people value things of permanence and will support them with their time, talent and treasure. The friendships we have discovered through fraternity are things of permanence and form the bedrock on which the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation rests. And though we certainly did not have our most successful year on record, we did find a few wins along the way. INVESTMENT GAINS When I wrote last year’s message to you for this report, we were in a period where every other day witnessed 100-point market swings, and it seemed like a bad ride at a state fair. We’ve rebounded some, clawing upward from the losses we experienced in 2008.

Reunion, the Foundation plays host to a weekend of activities for alumni and their families while conducting the formal business of the organization. This “off year event” (occurring every other year between the fraternity’s biennial convention) began in 2005 and has been growing each year. From Las Vegas (2005) to Chicago (2007) and then Boston (2009), alumni and families are beginning to see the value in this event. The highlight, however, to our time in Boston came during the awards banquet when the fraternity recognized two of its most venerated volunteers with the Mr. Pi Kappa Phi award: Frank Havard, Gamma Phi (South Alabama), and Jim Krucher, Beta Alpha (NJIT). Though Frank has passed to the Chapter Eternal, his wonderful family joined us in Boston to accept the award on his behalf. And Jim remains one of Pi Kappa Phi’s most ardent supporters and one of the Foundation’s most dedicated donors. DEVELOPMENT UPDATE As expected in such a strong recessionary climate, we saw declines in all of the Foundation’s campaign categories last year. In speaking with our donors, the message we heard was simple: it was a season of hunkering down and, in some instances, looking for employment. We did finish the year, however, with the strongest December in at least a decade, just missing our goal for the Annual Leadership Fund (our most widely promoted campaign). The Development Committee, under the leadership of Dan Barry, Alpha (Charleston), has been busy laying the groundwork for the Foundation’s next campaign. Working with the national staff, they have now created a prioritized case statement for supporting the educational programs of Pi Kappa Phi. In layman’s terms, they have consolidated the menu of programs that are eligible for donor support and endowment relative to Pi Kappa Phi’s goals as stated in its Second Century Vision plan. As an outgrowth of this work, the Foundation has begun raising targeted funds for Pi Kappa Phi’s newly redesigned Pi Kapp College—one of the several ‘sponsorship’ opportunities we now have available. As we have turned the corner and find ourselves squarely in 2010, the Foundation is especially grateful for those donors who stuck with us last year. Your gifts during such trying times not only illuminate the lesson I was reminded of the other week, but creates in us an ever-grateful sense of thanks and appreciation. And for those donors whom we missed last year, my message to you is simple: I hope we can earn back your support this year. Your absence was felt. Please visit with us anytime. We welcome your thoughts and ideas. You may e-mail me directly at jbrewer@mailbox.sc.edu.

DESPITE TOUGH TIMES, PEOPLE VALUE THINGS OF PERMANENCE AND WILL SUPPORT THEM WITH THEIR TIME, TALENT AND TREASURE.” For the period ending December 31, 2009, the Foundation’s total portfolio posted a net-of-fee return of 15.21 percent. The Foundation has maintained a balanced portfolio of equities, bonds, commodities and cash, investing in Exchange Traded Funds through Charles Schwab. The Investment Committee, under the long-serving leadership of Pat Danehy, Delta Zeta (Appalachian State), meets regularly to monitor the Foundation’s invested assets. BEANTOWN PLAYS HOST Last June the Foundation held its Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, for the first time. Now billed as the Foundation’s Summer Alumni

THE MISSION

PI KAPPA PHI

FOUNDATION

The Pi Kappa Phi Foundation is committed to supporting the educational programs of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity in order to assist our undergraduate members in achieving superior results in personal development, academics, service and leadership.

LIFETIME GIVING CLUBS STAR & LAMP SOCIETY

$500,000+

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First-time Donor SUPREME CIRCLE

$250,000 - $499,999

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Giving Club Advancement FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

$100,000 - $249,999

Deceased

ORDER OF THE ROSE

$50,000 - $99,999

ORDER OF THE BELL

$25,000 - $49,999

COUNCIL CLUB

$10,000 - $24,999


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Honored here are those who made the largest contribution to the Foundation in 2009. $2,500 - $4,999

Frank M. Parrish III ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE) William T. Sigmon ALPHA SIGMA (TENNESSEE) Harry E. Caldwell Jr. OMICRON (ALABAMA) Gordon B. Wright ALPHA TAU (RENSSELAER) J. Ernest Johnson ALPHA IOTA (AUBURN) Robert J. Paterno ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA) Kenneth J. Forti SIGMA (SOUTH CAROLINA) J. Jeffry Wahlen ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA) Mark F. Jacobs DELTA PSI (TEXAS -ARLINGTON) T.J. Sullivan ALPHA PSI (INDIANA) Tracy D. Maddux ZETA THETA (TEXAS) J. Terry Dewberry IOTA (GEORGIA TECH) Greg Elam II BETA (PRESBYTERIAN) Phil Tappy LAMBDA (GEORGIA)

$100,000+

Kelley A. Bergstrom ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE)

$10,000 - $24,999

Jack M. Casper ALPHA UPSILON (DREXEL) Robert A. Lane ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE)

$5,000 - $9,999

Allen O. Woody III XI (ROANOKE) Mark E. King EPSILON IOTA (UNC-GREENSBORO) Bruce L. Rogers CHI (STETSON) Erik U. Rollé ETA GAMMA (COLORADO) William Furling III EPSILON MU (BRADLEY)

LEADING DONORS LIFETIME

Members and friends of the fraternity listed here have achieved a giving level of Council Club or higher over their lifetime. STAR & LAMP SOCIETY

ALPHA UPSILON (DREXEL)

ALPHA ALPHA (MERCER)

Jack M. Casper

ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE)

Stephen P. DePalma

ALPHA XI (ST. JOHN’S/BROOKLYN POLY)

Kenneth J. Cribbs

Robert L. Bennett Sr.

BETA KAPPA (GEORGIA STATE)

Psi Sigma House Corporation

GAMMA UPSILON (OKLAHOMA STATE)

Barry L. Howell

SUPREME CIRCLE

FRIENDS OF THE FRATERNITY

PM Realty Group

IOTA (GEORGIA TECH)

Pete H. Petit

IOTA (GEORGIA TECH)

Charles R. Simons

XI (ROANOKE)

James C. Turk Allen O. Woody III

KAPPA (NORTH CAROLINA)

Harry E. Caldwell Jr. CHI (STETSON)

Durward W. Owen Dudley F. Woody

PSI (CORNELL)

Lonnie Strickland III

ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA)

Jerry T. Brewer

ALPHA ETA (SAMFORD)

Richard F. Bangert

ALPHA IOTA (AUBURN)

Robert J. Wilcox

XI (ROANOKE)

Bruce L. Rogers

ALPHA ETA (SAMFORD)

J. Ernest Johnson

ALPHA TAU (RENSSELAER)

James Gunnar Schalin

Eldred J. Harman

ALPHA PSI (INDIANA)

J. Patrick Figley

BETA ALPHA (NJIT)

BETA DELTA (DRAKE)

James D. Hornbrook

GAMMA ALPHA (WEST ALABAMA)

Joseph L. Alexander

CHI (STETSON)

EPSILON IOTA (UNC - GREENSBORO)

PSI (CORNELL)

ZETA EPSILON (GEORGE MASON)

James A. Krucher Thomas L. Carter

Robert C. Bux

Glenn Aspinwall

William L. Finney

Chuck J. Barnard Mark E. King

Zeta Epsilon Housing Corp. ZETA THETA (TEXAS)

GAMMA DELTA (MEMPHIS)

ALPHA DELTA (WASHINGTON)

Tracy D. Maddux

DELTA DELTA (TRUMAN STATE)

ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA)

Erik U. Rollé

KAPPA (NORTH CAROLINA)

John R. Andrews

OMEGA (PURDUE)

Mark F. Jacobs

ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE)

Jason K. Dodd

$2,500 - $4,999

Ronald E. Krebs

DELTA DELTA (TRUMAN STATE)

GAMMA PHI (SOUTH ALABAMA)

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

BETA GAMMA (LOUISVILLE)

UPSILON (ILLINOIS)

William F. Newell Edmund A. Sayer

$5,000 - $9,999

BETA ALPHA (NJIT)

GAMMA XI (GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN)

Phillip M. Summers

FOUNDATION CLUB

T.J. Sullivan

TAU (NORTH CAROLINA STATE)

BETA OMICRON (NORTHWESTERN STATE)

Robert A. Lane Frank M. Parrish III

Robert W. Lambert W. Keith Sheppard

GAMMA KAPPA (GEORGIA SOUTHERN)

Gordon B. Wright

David G. Lane

ALPHA UPSILON (DREXEL)

SIGMA (SOUTH CAROLINA)

ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE)

Otis R. McCollum

ALPHA SIGMA (TENNESSEE)

John F. Lee Jr. David M. White

Robert C. Cline

ORDER OF THE ROSE

Craig A. Winkelmann

Raymond E. Cartledge R. Nathan Hightower Travis P. Julian Paul C. Wesch Omicron Chapter

PSI (CORNELL)

Frank D. Havard

William J. Rickert

ALPHA RHO (WEST VIRGINIA)

ALPHA PSI (INDIANA)

Kenneth J. Forti

David D. Morgan Sr.

Talbot B. Newman Jr.

Nicholas A. Boccella Edward L. Corson II

UPSILON (ILLINOIS)

Anonymous

James N. Crump

ALPHA LAMBDA (MISSISSIPPI)

William T. Sigmon

SIGMA (SOUTH CAROLINA)

Ben Hill Griffin Jr.

ALPHA IOTA (AUBURN)

J. Rodney Harris Frank L. Lane Phil Tappy

LAMBDA (GEORGIA)

Richard G. Anderson Howard D. Leake

John S. Kirk

James F. House

ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE)

RHO (WASHINGTON & LEE)

OMICRON (ALABAMA)

Frederick W. Raw

J. Terry Dewberry Lonnie A. Morris Jr. Carl D. Ring Robert M. Snuggs III

OMICRON (ALABAMA)

W. Stuart Hicks

OMICRON (ALABAMA)

Daniel B. Barry Julius E. Burges John C. Hassell E. Lawrence Powers George E. Sheetz

XI (ROANOKE)

ORDER OF THE BELL

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

ALPHA ZETA (OREGON STATE)

ALPHA (CHARLESTON)

IOTA (GEORGIA TECH)

BETA ALPHA (NJIT)

Kelley A. Bergstrom

COUNCIL CLUB

DELTA PSI (TEXAS - ARLINGTON) DELTA OMEGA (TEXAS A&M)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

$1,000 - $2,499

Peter C. Barr David W. Henn Robert B. Newman Robert J. Paterno Mark E. Timmes J. Jeffry Wahlen

GOLD STAR CLUB

$500 - $999

CHEVRON CLUB

$250 - $499

ETA GAMMA (COLORADO) THETA ALPHA (SOUTHERN MISS)

John W. Langley

FRIENDS OF THE FRATERNITY

Shirley L. Hardee Lyn Havard Betty Lowell Cornell University Pi Kappa Phi Properties CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

$1 - $249

LEADERS BY CHOICE

9


ANNUAL GIVING 2 0 0 9 Listed here are members and friends who contributed to the Foundation in 2009. Donors are listed by chapter under their lifetime cumulative giving level. ALPHA (CHARLESTON) COUNCIL CLUB

Daniel B. Barry

FOUNDATION CLUB

Gary A. Catterton David H. Jaffee Samuel W. McConnell Jr. Terence N. Moore Gregory D. Padgett EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Harry W. Freeman Jr. William S. Gaud Eric C. Helfers Richard P. Pierce Stephen L. Thomas

DELTA (FURMAN)

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

David C. Ullman

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB CHEVRON CLUB

EPSILON (DAVIDSON)

Kenneth S. Gustafson Sr. Andrew C. Jaffee Henry W. Strobel Jr.

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Kenneth B. Clary

GOLD STAR CLUB

Howard W. Almand Jr. Adam S. Cooper Pete & Anne Pillow BETA (PRESBYTERIAN)

Wilson S. Hendry

FOUNDATION CLUB

Clinton E. Massey LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Greg Elam II Samuel G. McGregor

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Clifton C. Goodwin III Arthur G. Maxwell Jr. Eugene A. Vaughan GOLD STAR CLUB

Rolly Bannister Jr. David K. Dixon John R. Ritter Jr.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

James H. Belcher Thornton W. Crouch Alex O’Daniel Deward B. Woolbright Jr. GOLD STAR CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Kenneth C. Kiehl

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

First-time Donor SUPREME CIRCLE

$250,000 - $499,999

STAR & LAMP / SPRING 2010

IOTA (GEORGIA TECH) COUNCIL CLUB

J. Terry Dewberry FOUNDATION CLUB

J. Garrison Pritchett Jr. LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Michael V. Cowan Bruce M. Jewett Thomas Lowndes Jr. Robert C. Murray Jr. Robert A. Parrish Robert B. Rowe

Giving Club Advancement $100,000 - $249,999

George W. Braun Woodrow W. Gunter II Russell N. Hadley Richard K. Holzworth Clifton M. Hux Jr. Wayne N. Scott Robert C. White James M. Wilmott Mark H. Winston Charles P. Adams James M. Collins Alvin W. Daughtridge James B. Little Jr. CHEVRON CLUB

John C. Nix Jr.

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

STAR & LAMP SOCIETY

Philip R. Allison Charles K. Wagner Jr. CHEVRON CLUB

J. B. Bradley Clarke Sr. Kevin M. Krehmeyer Julian R. Lang Jack A. Mercer William F. Miller Jr. John J. Minch Chris R. Savage Cecil R. Spooner Jr. Fred M. Thrower CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Michael D. Drayer Scott R. Jacobs Ryan C. Rocco II

GOLD STAR CLUB

Steven S. Ryder

LIFETIME GIVING CLUBS

GOLD STAR CLUB

J Councill Leak William K. Rollins Thomas H. Sayre

FOUNDATION CLUB

FOUNDATION CLUB

Reuthanak Tap

David F. Black McHenry Hamilton III William J. Harp Jr. Leroy Langston David Jon Lerner

Mark O. Bundy William B. Evins Jr.

GAMMA (CAL-BERKELEY)

CHEVRON CLUB

Chad V. Powell

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

KAPPA (NORTH CAROLINA)

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

ETA (EMORY)

Paul J. Casale David W. Halligan Robert D. O’Malley Harland R. Ross

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

ZETA (WOFFORD)

Dewey E. Lewis Henry E. Gibson Clarence C. Riner III

GOLD STAR CLUB

Charles E. Carrington Donald Fischer John R. Paus Bryan G. Ramey II Jack P. Turner

Phil Tappy

J. H. John Vernon

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

James E. Kirkland Jr. Charles M. Shepherd Christopher P. Witte

Daniel J. Bosshart Vincent A. Consul Walter A. Eagan James P. Kinlock Lawrence J. Olson Eugene Roberts James G. Seiler

James C. Cooper David D. Cunnold Russell R. Johnson Kevin A. Langton Robert T. Lowrance Joseph Luciani Dean W. Russell Michael S. Stevens

COUNCIL CLUB

Anders W. Hall Frank T. Wrenn III

CHEVRON CLUB

Frampton W. Henderson III Jack L. Kaplan

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

LAMBDA (GEORGIA)

Anthony G. Bender Brian M. Brady James A. Bushong Brian D. Ehrich Walter B. Gentry Jr. David W. McCoy Shamael I. Mustafa Joseph P. Yokubinas

Tyler L. Henson

CHEVRON CLUB

David G. Baker Jr. John B. Boy Stewart H. Carlin Thomas F. Christian Jr. Robert B. Costley Robert A. DeFurio Christopher E. Doyle Charles R. Ferguson J. Michael Jones John H. Puckett Bruce C. Vanderhoof

CHEVRON CLUB

Ernest B. Hunter Jr. Harold B. Kernodle Jr. L. Douglas Wilkerson Philip C. Winstead

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

10

Robert J. Di Piazza Michael R. Dreibelbis Michael S. Kesler Thomas J. Meagher John D. Steuart William C. Sultan Charles M. Vasquez Ethan J. Wicklund

Henry E. Barton Jr. Charles A. Leslie Bartley W. Sides

Philip Duwel L. Andrew Westbrook III

$500,000+

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Bradley S. Hanover David F. McAllister Jerome W. Stanislaw CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Albert L. Ellis III Dylan Fields Matthew S. Hoehn Scott E. Hoehn Tom MacGlothlin Jr. William T. Moore John A. Redhead Benjamin J. Roberts Edgar F. Seagle Daniel E. Warren

MU (DUKE)

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Heath L. Marcus James G. Smith Brian E. Swab

Michael L. Marable Ben & Bylee Massey Stephen J. Schnurr Jr. CHEVRON CLUB

Frank T. Wrenn Jr.

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Jonathan L. Cohen Jimmy G. Leach Christopher P. Moore NU (NEBRASKA)

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

James A. Guretzky

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

James S. Christol Robert M. Werner William J. Wesslund GOLD STAR CLUB

Warren R. Hill Wallace W. Loerch Thomas C. Miller CHEVRON CLUB

Blaine G. Beck

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Roy F. Horacek John C. Stohlmann XI (ROANOKE)

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

Allen O. Woody III ORDER OF THE BELL

Durward W. Owen Dudley F. Woody COUNCIL CLUB

Edward L. Corson II

Deceased

ORDER OF THE ROSE

$50,000 - $99,999

ORDER OF THE BELL

$25,000 - $49,999

COUNCIL CLUB

$10,000 - $24,999


T O T A L ASSETS 2 0 0 9

This graph illustrates the Foundation’s growth in total assets over the past decade. $6,243,276

$6m $5,109,143

$5m

$5,267,955

$5,503,726

$4,643,838

$4m

$ $4,259,561 $4,386,720

$5,155,454

$ $4,742,479

$3,810,194

$3m $2m $1m $0

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

LEADERSHIP SCHOOLS 2 0 0 9 Leadership Schools

Pi Kappa Phi’s Leadership Schools—Pi Kapp College and Mid Year Leadership Conference—are designed to support the fraternity’s mission by providing education and leadership training for undergraduate leaders of Pi Kappa Phi. Through an Educational Grant awarded annually to Pi Kappa Phi, the Foundation is able to help offset the costs of a student’s participation in one of the leadership schools.

Your gift to the Foundation helped to provide leadership training to one in every five undergraduates in 2009.

PI KAPP COLLEGE has served as advanced officer training since 1959. More than 500 undergraduate leaders attended Pi Kapp College at the College of Charleston in 2009. However, Pi Kappa’s first national leadership program is being completely redesigned in 2010 as an annual institute for emerging leaders. Undergraduates must apply for the intensive six-day program, which is designed to challenge and empower participants to become better leaders and better men. The Foundation is conducting its “Send a Pi Kapp to College” campaign exclusively for Pi Kapp College. For more information on how you can help “Send a Pi Kapp to College,” contact the Foundation at foundation@pikapp.org. MID YEAR LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE is held regionally each January to provide chapter officers with training unique to their specific position. Pi Kappa Phi is the only national fraternity to offer leadership training to 100 percent of its undergraduate officers. In 2010, Mid Year reached a record attendance with 1,134 students. In a survey of those students, 87 percent rated their conference experience as “excellent” or “good.” In 2011, a fourth location will be added to better accommodate the fraternity’s growth. FOUNDATION CLUB

$5,000 - $9,999

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

$2,500 - $4,999

Mid Year Attendance

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

$1,000 - $2,499

1,000

1995

2000

2005

2010

Mid Year Leadership Conference 2010

This graph illustrates the level to which student officers felt prepared for their duties before and after Mid Year Leadership Conference 2010. 16%

24%

Before

Prepared

GOLD STAR CLUB

$500 - $999

87%

After

60%

Somewhat Prepared

CHEVRON CLUB

$250 - $499

13%

Unprepared

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

$1 - $249

LEADERS BY CHOICE

11


ANNUAL GIVING 2 0 0 9 FOUNDATION CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Stephen A. Esworthy Raphael E. Ferris Gordon N. Fidura DeWitt R. Petterson Tim Ribar Jr. James S. Stump Jr.

George E. Aiken Jr. John R. Blevins Robert L. Bowers Sr. Warren D. DeBardelaben Jr. William J. DuBose Thomas A. Martin

David L. Barnes Paul C. Caldwell Cameron R. Ogilvie Donald J. Potter Jr. Tod N. Senne

Joseph V. Carmichael James T. Frantz III Walter H. Till Jr. James R. Webb

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Barber Joseph P. Donohue Henry B. Hahn Jr. Harry I. Johnson Jr. Richard J. Milan Jr. Carl B. Sherertz John R. Stafford Jr.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

J. Gunnar Schalin

CHEVRON CLUB

Edwin P. Garretson Jr. Floyd B. Garrett Kenneth Van De Water Jr. Dorsey M. Ward Jr. CHEVRON CLUB

Bruce Macgowan George T. Myers Dederick C. Ward III CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Robert D. Ballantine Glenn A. Scott SIGMA (SOUTH CAROLINA) ORDER OF THE BELL

Jerry T. Brewer COUNCIL CLUB

Kenneth J. Forti

FOUNDATION CLUB

Paul D. Carter Jr. Walter H. Pickens Jr. Danny W. Reynolds

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

Harry E. Caldwell Jr. ORDER OF THE BELL

Lonnie Strickland III

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Robert M. Gatti Richard C. Mims W. David Rhodes III

COUNCIL CLUB

Raymond E. Cartledge FOUNDATION CLUB

Emmett O. Dendy

GOLD STAR CLUB

Albert J. Appleby III Herbert L. Benson Jr. Daniel P. Green James T. McKinnon Wright T. Paulk Jr. Frederick E. Quinn John R. Stokes Lawrence R. Wood

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

David R. Adams William T. Bishop Jr. Jack E. Brunson Joe C. Cassady Thomas B. Henderson Mack O. Matthews Jerry B. Tucker Sr.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Jack M. Blasius Robert F. Inman Clinton H. Paulsen William M. Schroeder Robert L. Shepherd Stephen G. Smith William G. Sutton William C. Taylor Richard S. Taylor

William S. Reynolds III CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Michael G. Lukridge Stephen & Janice Rhodes Gustavo M. Ventura III TAU (NORTH CAROLINA STATE) COUNCIL CLUB

Robert C. Cline

GOLD STAR CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Robert T. Ballantyne Bryan A. McCullick Leon B. Newman Ralph T. Russell

LIFETIME GIVING CLUBS STAR & LAMP SOCIETY

$500,000+

12

Wallace L. Reams

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

F. Leon Joyner Jr. Harry L. Mashburn Joseph M. McConnaughey Bradley D. Robins Stephen D. Seymore Jr.

First-time Donor SUPREME CIRCLE

$250,000 - $499,999

STAR & LAMP / SPRING 2010

GOLD STAR CLUB

John K. Beresny Michael P. Carpenter Jr.

GOLD STAR CLUB

OMICRON (ALABAMA)

Gary R. Fisher David D. Prescott Lawrence G. Thayer J. Cory Wright

UPSILON (ILLINOIS)

GOLD STAR CLUB

Peter A. Ammermann Paul Breen Burton G. Hurdle Paul & Tracy Jenkins Ethan C. Littman William C. Martin James W. Pickens Fredric S. Schneider Kevin A. Tedeschi

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

FOUNDATION CLUB

Floyd W. McKinnon Malcolm H. Squires Jr. John D. Wallace

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Jeffrey H. Davison John H. Hardage James C. Johnson Andrew D. Page Jr. Edward R. Thomas II W. Scott Troutman

John H. Angus Gregory J. Della Rocca James E. Emig Michael J. Piscitelli Frank A. Sherer Frederick Thorne

Michael & Jennifer Davis Erwin A. Tschanz

Robert L. Wade

David J. Doyle James R. Wilson

CHEVRON CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

COUNCIL CLUB

Richard G. Anderson

Eric L. Becker Paul S. Henkel James P. Piedrafite Jr. Mark A. Wing

Maurice D. Atwell Jr. Tony Evans Steven M. Leamon Christopher M. Myers

George E. King Jr. Jeffrey M. Roberts

RHO (WASHINGTON & LEE)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

COUNCIL CLUB

$100,000 - $249,999

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Michael A Lowery John O. Roeser

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

James M. Bayne James K. Kutill August M. Massa John R. Stroehlein Stephen D. Trahey GOLD STAR CLUB

Robert J. Bogdanoff Warren F. Perkins John W. Shustitzky Walter T. Wahlfeldt CHEVRON CLUB

Jack J. Bakker Edward R. Cwiklin Joseph A. Gauer William H. O’Donnell CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Thomas M. Carrato Robert P. Newlin Gerald G. Walters CHI (STETSON)

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

Bruce L. Rogers

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Anthony A. Biancarosa II Edwin H. Culver John K. Snellings Michael J. Sweeney Jr. GOLD STAR CLUB

Larry W. Anderson Gabriel L. Gehret Stanley S. Gryskiewicz Jr. Donald L. Johnson George R. Retter CHEVRON CLUB

Eric M. Levine David J. Mazeika Michael J. Reinitz Robert R. Winter Paul A. Pietropaolo OMEGA (PURDUE) ORDER OF THE ROSE

David G. Lane

FOUNDATION CLUB

Jack K. Berlien Patrick J. Kuhnle Gregory V. Linder Jack W. Powers LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

John E. Lovell

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

James R. Berlien Duane M. Davis Hugh M. Flanagan Grafton Houston Jr. James D. Jackson William G. Kanouse Richard H. Lowe John E. McDonald David L. Mitzner Richard K. Price Robert A. Rust William L. Swager Ed & Mabel Thomson John L. Weaver Robert C. Wingard Jr. Christos C. Ziogas GOLD STAR CLUB

Bruce R. Halley Neil T. Hentschel Mark A. Higgins Robert M. Little Robert L. Roth Clarke F. Thornton CHEVRON CLUB

Kenneth T. Kincaid

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Peter W. Hogue John-Michael E. Lenahan PSI (CORNELL)

David R. Davis Hilton & Brenda Henry Michael D. Kerr Mark R. Megraw Kevin J. Ohaver Todd B. Spaulding CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

John S. Kirk

COUNCIL CLUB

William F. Newell Edmund A. Sayer FOUNDATION CLUB

George F. Heinrich W. John Zygmunt Jr.

Giving Club Advancement FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

CHEVRON CLUB

Edwin D. Gruwell Jr. Mike & Debbie Holtsclaw Brian D. Heiwig Justin P. Hubbert E Neil Jay Kevin E. Johnson Eldon L. Knuth Eldon D. Marks Mark Simmonds Donald W. Steinkamp Brent A. Wunderlich Dustin W. Zufall

Deceased

ORDER OF THE ROSE

$50,000 - $99,999

ORDER OF THE BELL

$25,000 - $49,999

COUNCIL CLUB

$10,000 - $24,999


FINANCIAL SUMMARY 2 0 0 9

Shown here is a snapshot of the Foundation’s gift and educational grant activity for 2009. RESTRICTED GIFTS

$17,802 6.5%

CHAPTER INVESTMENT STMENT FUNDS

PI KAPPA PHI ED EDUCATIONAL GRANT

OTHER UNREST UNRESTRICTED GIFTS

$35,871 13.1%

$105,952 63.7% $105,95

$15,784 5.8%

ANNUA APPEAL ANNUAL

PI KAP KAPP SCHOLARS

$140,400 51.3% $14 %

$9,829 5.9% $9,

OFFICIALS’ GIFTS S

INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS IN

$29,000 10.6% %

$$6,980 4.2%

EXTRA MILE SCHOLARS

$5,109 3.1%

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

$5,760 2.1%

MCCOLLUM MEMORIAL SCHOLARS

$2,000 1.2%

NU PHI SOCIETY Y

CIF {CONFERENCE GRANTS} C

$27,110 9.9% %

$6,200 3.7% $6

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE RCLE

CIF {C {CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIPS}

$2,080 0.7%

$30,205 18.2% $30,2

EDUCATIONAL GRANTS $166,276

GIFTS $273,808

ALPHA ALPHA (MERCER)

ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA)

Ledford C. Carter

Robert J. Paterno

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

ORDER OF THE BELL

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

COUNCIL CLUB

James C. Adcock Benjamin B. Bush Thomas L. III Charles R. Melton

Peter C. Barr David W. Henn Mark E. Timmes J. Jeffry Wahlen

CHEVRON CLUB

FOUNDATION CLUB

Drew N. Hartley Lee Seelig

David O. Charland Ira T. Hancock Albert E. Luer

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Kevin G. Berry Hollis C. Lewis Jr. Stephen E. Tillman

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

ALPHA GAMMA (OKLAHOMA) FOUNDATION CLUB

Robert E. Holly

Jay K. Morris Robert J. Ogborn

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Richard W. Hoffman John T. Owen J. Dylan Romo

GOLD STAR CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

Daniel R. Hogan Francis W. Scichowski Jr. Dana L. Taylor

ALPHA DELTA (WASHINGTON) COUNCIL CLUB

Robert C. Bux

Brian P. Walker GOLD STAR CLUB

Indy C. Crowley Stanley J. Gratis John R. Pedersen Nathan C. Rosas Joshua A. Berger Manuel & Mary Esteban Michael C. Podobnik Gregory A. Brandt Andrew G. Buck Douglas A. Conrad Derek P. Sitzmann FOUNDATION CLUB

$5,000 - $9,999

COUNCIL CLUB

Frederick W. Raw

Jack T. Reviglio Jack W. Steward

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Earl D. Barton Charles R. Hartsough Rickey L. Hug Greg & Jennylee Nesbitt Thomas D. Patterson Raymond C. Terhune William W. Thomas GOLD STAR CLUB

Leon O. Ramsey E. F. Van Zandt CHEVRON CLUB

Vernon D. Standish

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Derek J. Brice Richard S. Shaffer Alan C. Smith

ALPHA ETA (SAMFORD)

John L. Broe Jerry R. Groom Robert H. Hoffman William R. McCall Jr. William F. Morwood III Diego R. Santangelo Chandler H. Sharon Jr.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Joseph F. Catalani Jr. Frank A. McDonald Jr. Joseph H. Nord Roy C. Thompson Gerald C. Wegendt

COUNCIL CLUB

James F. House

FOUNDATION CLUB

Warren W. Hilson Sr. LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

$2,500 - $4,999

GOLD STAR CLUB

Wallace M. DeMaagd B. Robert Ellis Mike & Shirley Yanachik CHEVRON CLUB

Curtis W. Estes Jr. Robin G. Ewen Richard L. Goetz Roger W. Nelson Alan W. Perlingiere Robert L. Yackels

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Michael A. Bosco Jr. David R. Sargent Douglas S. Sutherland Richard W. James Jeffrey S. Kientzy Steven R. Schinderle John A. Secreto ALPHA IOTA (AUBURN)

Jimmy R. Bell Robert C. Chandler William W. Dixon Jr. William M. Ford Jack R. McDonald Glenn A. Olivenbaum Gilmer T. Simmons Dwayne K. Todd

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

James M. Smith Merle L. Wade Jr. Henry J. Yeackle III CHEVRON CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

$1,000 - $2,499

Thomas H. Bird Brian R. Connelly Bruce T. Lessien Paul A. Long Donald E. Viecelli

R. Bradley Clay James E. Purvis

Robert E. Greene David B. Parrish

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Robert J. Elfers Gary S. Munn

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

ALPHA THETA (MICHIGAN STATE) Kenneth G. Adams Theodore D. Aylward William M. Cleary Matthew J. Shaheen

FOUNDATION CLUB

Michael L. Crovatt Donald A. Dvornik Page M. Eppele Thomas E. Johnson William P. Keyes Michael L. Sullivan John M. Turco CHEVRON CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Bernard A. Barton Jr. Eric B. Dana Thomas M. Fitzgerald Scott W. Hamilton Roy T.Olsen Charles R. Rigl Stuart C. Stockton

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Hugh A. Gower Benjamin G. Holdorf Benjamin F. Overton Charles A. Stewart

ALPHA ZETA (OREGON STATE)

GOLD STAR CLUB

$500 - $999

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

J. Ernest Johnson

Joe W. Forehand Jr. Ralph S. Foster Jr. Thomas W. Fuller Charles E. Gavin III William W. Jones Jr. Fontaine A. Maddox Jr. Louis A. Reynolds Jr. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Lua R. Blankenship Jr. Tommy W. Gordon Tommy K. Hartwell Nathaniel D. McClure IV Lawrence & Micki Pharo

CHEVRON CLUB

$250 - $499

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

$1 - $249

LEADERS BY CHOICE

13


ANNUAL GIVING 2 0 0 9 GOLD STAR CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

James H. Hendry

Albert Aiello Jr. William V. Delnicki Paul W. Dillon Richard F. Groller Rino Nori Antonio G. Quilon Harry F. Roener

CHEVRON CLUB

Jack E. Baker Charles S. Blackledge Jr. Harold H. Hartwell James M. Jones Bill K. Kennedy David G. Scott

CHEVRON CLUB

Michael Spielzinger

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

ALPHA RHO (WEST VIRGINIA) LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Victor A. Folio

GOLD STAR CLUB

Robert J. Laughner

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Marc D. Micali Charles E. Smith

ALPHA SIGMA (TENNESSEE)

Taylor A. Bauerle Dennis L. Davis Hugh D. Dozier Micah G. Gammon Chad M. Hamman Dexter G. Jenkins David G. Karn Brian P. Matisak John M. Murray IV Matthew R. Raines John R. Richey Zachary J. Waddell Mark D. Wasilko Kyle R. Williams

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

ALPHA KAPPA (MICHIGAN)

ORDER OF THE ROSE

James N. Campbell Jr. Jack W. Harris Jr. Edwin C. Hoskins Melvin H. Simmons

FOUNDATION CLUB

ALPHA TAU (RENSSELAER)

Lee B. Fatell Patrick Hester Jr. Troy A. Hoffman Arthur J. Karle Ralph J. Koerner Michael J. Levinton Michael G. Power George J. Siracuse ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE) STAR & LAMP SOCIETY

Kelley A. Bergstrom

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

Eldred J. Harman Robert A. Lane Frank M. Parrish III

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Mark E. Perrin

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Patrick M. Walsh

Eric J. Almquist John C. Brockmann Warren R. Madden

GOLD STAR CLUB

Christopher J. Kozak CHEVRON CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Kenneth B. Goldberg

John R. Bateman Curtis C. Clifton Jeremy D. Galvin Hubert M. Lattan Emerson D, Linney Harold D. Osborne Brett J. Toresdahl

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Brian D. Reger

ALPHA LAMBDA (OLE MISS) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Ben B. Sayle

CHEVRON CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Santo J. Borganelli

James R. Carson Ajay J. Desai Jeremy D. Dickinson Philip J. Dvorak Stanton E. Fritz Guy K. Goodenow Kenneth R. Hook Gerald D. Love William G. Nechanicky Richard C. Ohrt Ralph H. Ruedy Thomas J. Ruzicka John O. Sanderson John J. Veak

ALPHA MU (PENN STATE) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Robert D. Buchwald Palmer L. Davis Jr. Richard C. Heim William E. Johnson Richard & Judi McKnight Maurice P. Ranc William Simon III

GOLD STAR CLUB

Richard W. Brown Jr. Scott D. Myers William J. Vernon Jr. John J. Yeosock

GOLD STAR CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Lester S. Fry Jr. Ralph W. Moyer Richard A. Sandala

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Stephen C. Botta Robert W. Boyd Edwin A. Friend Jr. John H. Ressler

ALPHA XI (ST. JOHN’S/BROOKLYN POLY) LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

William L. Friend

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

John J. Molinelli Richard G. Ramge Siegfried A. Rotter

LIFETIME GIVING CLUBS STAR & LAMP SOCIETY

$500,000+

14

Keith J. Bader Dale M. Cochran David L. Hancock Benjamin R. Jones David J. Knavel David K. Little Charles J. Rehman Jr. Gregory M. Rusk Joshua R. Sheffler Lawrence M. Stella José L. Torres CHEVRON CLUB

Jo F. Hamlett Joseph O. Linney Anthony J. Sindt

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Edward E. Cowger Jr. Karl W. Griffith Thomas J. Hickey

First-time Donor SUPREME CIRCLE

$250,000 - $499,999

STAR & LAMP / SPRING 2010

FOUNDATION CLUB

William T. Sigmon

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Alfred S. Sewell Jr.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Thomas H. Banks Stephen J. Evans Frank M. Pugh GOLD STAR CLUB

Michael D. Mynatt David B. Spalding

$100,000 - $249,999

Samuel J. Costa Jr. Philip R. Earley Raymond H. Griffin John D. Knoll Jr. Charles S. Kuntz John Marshall Vicko J. Melada Edward M. Simon Jr. GOLD STAR CLUB

Robert D. Austin John H. Buhsmer Jr. Walter Dearolf Jr. Gino Fortunato Daniel J. Ginsberg Norman E. Grede Dale R. Haring Samuel R. Parris Donald L. Schey CHEVRON CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Robert A. Linn

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

COUNCIL CLUB

Gordon B. Wright

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Cedric H. Dustin III Robert E. Hawkins George W. Kirkland Jr.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Benjamin M. Cahill Jr. David B. Dobson Steven H. Kaitz John W. McMahon David M. Peter Larry & Dene Powell Kermit G. Pratt Edward Rebula Stephen S. Strunck Douglas A. Wiles Harry J. Zimmer GOLD STAR CLUB

David Dropkin Gregory M. Herlan Gelston Howell Jr Brewster W. LaMacchia John B. Margenot Jr. Erik B. Nagel Andrew C. Nicholas James F. Rappolt Jr. Benjamin T. Sporn CHEVRON CLUB

Milton C. Beveridge George G. Morgan Jr. Robert G. Sidelko

Robert E. Lake John D. LaRocca Walter W. Lovell Richard N. Mensch Anthony M. Noce

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Robert I. Benner Fredric T. Clarke Jr. Peter A. Dey Walter L. Fawcett Jr. Daniel Gormley William H. Hitchens Andrew J. Kegel Jr. Roderick S. Monkman ALPHA PHI (IIT)

FOUNDATION CLUB

Nathanael P. Gombis Martin T. Kotsch

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

John T. Higgins Richard W. Hughes Matthew E. Hunt James D. Leyerle Roger L. Peterson Bryan D. Schott Paul W. Wagner Frederic W. Widlak GOLD STAR CLUB

Edward W. King Matthew A. Kopesky Jack R. Piper John A. Wheeler Jr James C. Woodling CHEVRON CLUB

Michael B. Adair E. Brett Deiter Edward Sicher Jr. Kenneth L. Slepicka CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

ALPHA UPSILON (DREXEL)

Gregory J. Kolb Leonard J. Mance Bao X. Nguyen Daniel J. Shaffer Victor E. Terrana Richard D. Thompson II

Jack M. Casper

ALPHA CHI (MIAMI)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Eric C. Friedrich William R. Terrill John R. Thompson Jr. ORDER OF THE ROSE COUNCIL CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

W. Keith Sheppard

Melford C. Hopkins

FOUNDATION CLUB

Thomas & Christine Berk Leonard J. Di Carlo Frederick W. Schmehl

Giving Club Advancement FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Stuart E. Allen Kay W. Kroepsch

Deceased

ORDER OF THE ROSE

$50,000 - $99,999

ORDER OF THE BELL

$25,000 - $49,999

COUNCIL CLUB

$10,000 - $24,999


ALPHA PSI (INDIANA) ORDER OF THE BELL

LEADING CHAPTERS 2 0 0 9

Phillip M. Summers COUNCIL CLUB

T.J. Sullivan

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Rodney L. Gunning

Listed here are top chapters in total contributions for 2009.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

William D. Day Jr. Max A. Fawley Joseph F. Lux Kevin & Mary McDonald Ross A. Wingler

Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)

$124,952

Xi (Roanoke)

$17,295

Alpha Upsilon (Drexel)

$16,435

GOLD STAR CLUB

Stephen A. Boone James R. Crews Jr. Joe & Sara Drozda Mr. & Mrs. David C. Gibson James P. Halsey Gary S. Louderback Jr. Stephen R. Sanders Fred F. Thursfield James R. Williams James E. Witek

Alpha Epsilon (Florida)

CHEVRON CLUB

$12,593

Beta Eta (Florida State)

$9,417

Eta Gamma (Colorado)

$9,068

Omicron (Alabama)

$8,150

Omega (Purdue)

$7,533

Sigma (South Carolina)

$7,090

Alpha Iota (Auburn)

$7,035

Lionel E. Smith Brian J. Sohovich

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Howard S. Hirsch Andrew J. Mundo Todd A. Waldman ALPHA OMEGA (OREGON) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Donald D. Lasselle Stanley C. Lynch GOLD STAR CLUB

$15k

Robert D. Potts CHEVRON CLUB

$45k

$75k

$105k

$135k

Robert E. Davis BETA ALPHA (NJIT)

ALCOHOL EDUCATION INITIATIVE 2 0 0 9

ORDER OF THE ROSE

Stephen P. DePalma ORDER OF THE BELL

James A. Krucher COUNCIL CLUB

John F. Lee Jr.

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Theodore D. Cassera Aivars E. Krumins Richard Pedersen Donald R. VanHouten

Pi Kappa Phi recognizes that alcohol abuse is a major concern in the higher education community. Each year, the Foundation provides critical funding to support the fraternity’s alcohol education initiative. Through education, training and mature adult guidance, Pi Kappa Phi provides a comprehensive menu of tools to help students make good choices regarding alcohol, and to understand the consequences of their choices.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Nicholas Adams Frederick Becker Jr. Richard V. Comiso Patrick Guerra Edward J. Klebaur Jr. Karlis V. Kopans Louis R. Miceli Richard & Joan Rodrick Kenneth J. Scheck Jr

For the 2009-10 academic year, Pi Kappa Phi’s alcohol education programs include Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP), The Ladder of Risk and GreekLifeEdu. (GreekLifeEdu is required for all associate members prior to participating in the Ritual of Initiation.) Pi Kappa Phi also utilizes other educational materials including the ResponseAbility DVD and a 21st Birthday E-card.

GOLD STAR CLUB

John R. Albright Karl Kubak John V. Lavery CHEVRON CLUB

Louis W. Crompton Jr. Frank J. Falcone Lawrence A. Kominiak Sr. Anthony V. Mangone BETA BETA (FLORIDA SOUTHERN) FOUNDATION CLUB

David L. Robertson LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Carl M. Koch

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Donald P. Brown William M. Fraser Jr. CHEVRON CLUB

Robert M. Weitzner CROSSED SWORDS

Douglas W. MacGregor

FOUNDATION CLUB

$5,000 - $9,999

Pi Kappa Phi’s alcohol education initiative was recognized in December with the AFA’s (Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors) inaugural award for Outstanding Alcohol and Drug Prevention Programming. For more information about how you can provide financial support to Pi Kappa Phi’s alcohol education initiative, contact the Foundation at foundation@pikapp.org. If you are interested becoming a Ladder of Risk or ASTP facilitator, contact Director of Alcohol Education Dr. Lori Hart Ebert at lebert@pikapp.org.

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

$2,500 - $4,999

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

$1,000 - $2,499

GOLD STAR CLUB

$500 - $999

Program Participation for 2009-10

ASTP Ladder of Risk GreekLifeEdu 0

500

1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500

Alcohol Education Initiatives 50%

50%

100%

All Undergraduate Members

Associate Members

Received Training

Did Not Receive Training

CHEVRON CLUB

$250 - $499

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

$1 - $249

LEADERS BY CHOICE

15


ANNUAL GIVING 2 0 0 9 BETA GAMMA (LOUISVILLE)

GOLD STAR CLUB

Leo Almerico Jeffrey Butler Charles R. Cutajar Hugo H. de Beaubien A. Reginald Dickey Jr. Raymond W. Jones Harry K. McIntosh Jr. Randolph M. Plotts

FOUNDATION CLUB

Spencer E. Harper Jr.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Herbert M. Zimmerman

CHEVRON CLUB

James A. Koshewa

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Martin G. Cecil Andrew W. Goodaker

CHEVRON CLUB

Ronald B. Boersma Crandall L. Cunningham Ryan C. Hay William E. Holdorf Frank N. Kaney Jeffrey M. Korb Henry P. Land Jr. Steven J. Louchheim Robert A. Milstead Christopher D. Mueller Travis S. Olson Christopher L. Ricci Michael J. Rovins Ian E. Shapiro

BETA DELTA (DRAKE) COUNCIL CLUB

James D. Hornbrook FOUNDATION CLUB

Robert A. Cione

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Paul H. Davis Paul H. Gilman Robert M. Moody Kenneth J. Piller Norris D. Rowland

GOLD STAR CLUB

Ronald L. Dougal

CHEVRON CLUB

James Labiak Robert R. Rivers Bruce N. Swanson

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Mr. & Mrs. Jolyon Acosta Arden Anderson Geoffrey G. Bowles Michael B. Casey Adam J. Fox Jamie Fritz Ronald L. Irwin Phillip G. Kelley Jr. Richard C. Lukas Scott C. Middlebrooks Brian P. Murphy Paul C. Perry Jonathan M. Phillips Walter J. Rothenbach Jr. Christopher Ryle James Y. Scarboro Mr. & Mrs. Derby Ulloa

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Gordon K. Loy Martin R. Radtke

BETA EPSILON (MISSOURI) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Laurence G. Trudell GOLD STAR CLUB

Bradley A. Barondeau Jerry M. Dowell David M. Epperson CHEVRON CLUB

Gregory Scott Gunn CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Dowell C. Carter George & Marilyn Deutschmann Andrew D. McCarthy Willitt & Carolyn Pierce Jerry C. Waits Michael S. Wallace

BETA THETA (ARIZONA)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Samuel R. Andress Russell T. Gilbert

BETA ETA (FLORIDA STATE) FOUNDATION CLUB

Thomas H. Atwood W. Jeffrey Niedenthal

BETA IOTA (TOLEDO)

Donald A. Bowlin Howard E. McCall Jr.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

FOUNDATION CLUB

Robert C. Friess

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Christopher E. Barton Lance A. Talmage

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Paul T. Aase Charles D. Chao Christian J. Downs Gilbert G. Fernandez Jeffrey M. Holler Guy W. Hollingsworth James M. Lloyd Michael S. Loy Charles W. MacMillin Kenneth K. Majewski Christopher D. New James B. Newman Lee Nichols Frank M. Ryll Jr. Jonathan E. Stevens Lewis F. Symmes Eric S. Wahlen

LIFETIME GIVING CLUBS STAR & LAMP SOCIETY

$500,000+

16

GOLD STAR CLUB

BETA RHO (CLARKSON)

David R. DeMarco

John F. Kruse

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

John W. Barber Donald E. Perkins John B. Whitley

BETA SIGMA (NORTHERN ILLINOIS)

Donald W. Clark Alton P. Ewing Jr.

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Ronald L. Giles Norman J. Pollock

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Robert E. Berry Mitchell J. Houston Daniel J. Melchin

Edgar A. Vaughn Jr.

$250,000 - $499,999

John T. Brooks John G. Morrow III

David J. Sullivan

GOLD STAR CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

James M. Dowd Mark A. Waddell

Gary J. Cooper James R. Crosby Robert A. Myers David W. Wittenberg

CHEVRON CLUB

Jeff & Dian Fulp Walker V. Settle III

CHEVRON CLUB

Wade G. Birch Ralph M. Griffin Jr. Jeffrey M. Korb

BETA UPSILON (VIRGINIA) FOUNDATION CLUB

Daniel B. Kimball Jr. Joseph B. Yount III

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Patrick L. Ingle Christopher L. Jordan

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

John B. Browning

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

BETA MU (MCNEESE STATE) Richard B. Smith

Charles L. Nesbit Jr. Donald D. Slesnick II William J. Watson III

Edwin M. Potratz II

Douglas W. Varney

FOUNDATION CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

BETA PHI (EAST CAROLINA)

Paul A. Brown

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Lawrence W. Haussmann

Daniel R. Wilds

GOLD STAR CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Dennis R. Barbour

Paul E. Cox

CHEVRON CLUB

James G. Bishop III Thomas C. Sayetta

BETA NU (HOUSTON)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Richard A. Viguerie

Christopher Derrenbacher

GOLD STAR CLUB

Jarrod Portelance

BETA CHI (TEXAS A&M - COMMERCE)

Cody V. Watts

Kenneth L. Park

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

BETA XI (CENTRAL MICHIGAN)

BETA PSI (TENNESSEE WESLEYAN)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Barry A. Saunders

Derek J. Berger

CHEVRON CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

Norris & Carol Bishop

David E. Clappison Dale R. DeWaard

BETA OMEGA (EAST TENNESSEE)

CHEVRON CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Shawne M. McCoy

John N. Boronkay Jr. Edward P. Bowers Byron C. Brown Ronald K. Younger

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

BETA OMICRON (NORTHWESTERN STATE)

Thomas A. Manning Eugene W. Smith CHEVRON CLUB

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

Michael C. Moody Robert G. Yackanin

GOLD STAR CLUB

GAMMA ALPHA (WEST ALABAMA)

David D. Morgan Sr. Jack P. McCain Jr. CHEVRON CLUB

Larry W. Gracie

William D. Morrison Leo E. Murray John G. Oden Monte W. Robinson

Giving Club Advancement $100,000 - $249,999

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

BETA TAU (VALDOSTA STATE)

BETA LAMBDA (TAMPA)

Edward Bachmeyer Jr. Jeffrey L. Huston Richard H. Smalley Jr.

First-time Donor

CHEVRON CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Robert D. Conley Joseph E. Costello Gerald K. Dunaway William G. Frederick George H. Hershman Craig Myers Elmer J. Newness William C. O’Shea Sr. Gene E. Peterman Mark A. Urrutia

SUPREME CIRCLE

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Donald R. Friebe Kevin P. Kelly Matthew S. Norrod Michael Schlusler

CHEVRON CLUB

STAR & LAMP / SPRING 2010

BETA KAPPA (GEORGIA STATE)

GOLD STAR CLUB

Chris Blackwell Archie Calhoun Jack S. Garnett Seth C. Jackson Harry L. Shiver James J. Withers CHEVRON CLUB

Roy M. Underwood Jr.

Deceased

ORDER OF THE ROSE

$50,000 - $99,999

ORDER OF THE BELL

$25,000 - $49,999

COUNCIL CLUB

$10,000 - $24,999


LEADING S T A T E S 2 0 0 9

Shown here are the total contributions from residents of each state in 2009.

WA

$1,550

MT

ND

$100

OR

$5,570

VT $50

$0

ID

MN

$2,690

SD

$0

WY

$135

$0

CA

$1,060

UT

$625

$16,238

AZ

CO

$15,781

KS

$1,033 OK

NM

$2,166

$200

$100

AK $50 HI $85

$3,899

$2,620

PA

$6,040

NJ $12,856 DE $760 $3,796 IN $118,953 MD $8,815 WV $5,910 MO $430 VA KY $28,513 DC $1,334 $14,075

$4,961

$270

NH $195 MA $1,265 RI $50 CT $370

NY

MI

IA

NE

NV

WI

$185

ME

$3,479

OH

IL

$1,895

$35,818

$6,140

AR

$905

MS

AL

TOP TEN 2009

NC

TN

1) ILLINOIS 2) NORTH CAROLINA 3) TEXAS 4) VIRGINIA 5) FLORIDA 6) GEORGIA 7) CALIFORNIA 8) COLORADO 9) MISSOURI 10) ALABAMA

SC

$11,016

GA

$1,045 $13,912 $20,960

TX

$32,467

LA

$1,155

FL

$22,833

GAMMA BETA (OLD DOMINION) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Linwood A. Beverly Jr. William G. Jenkins Paul L. Moses Joseph C. VanCleve III

GAMMA ZETA (WEST VIRGINIA TECH)

GAMMA LAMBDA (MISSOURI S&T)

GAMMA SIGMA (ARMSTRONG)

Charles W. Hutzler

Paul A. Kaluzne Jr.

GAMMA ETA (ATHENS)

Charles A. Guthrie James D. Holder Shaun D. Honeycutt Jacob P. Morris Jeffery C. Wienhoff

Lee A. Lemsky

GAMMA MU (BELMONT ABBEY)

GAMMA THETA (UNC - WILMINGTON)

Guy A. Piche

James M. Corcoran James H. Farlow

Bruce A. Martin

Leonard H. Harris William D. McCaughan Jr. Henry C. Merritt Jr.

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB GOLD STAR CLUB

Clifton A. Smith

GOLD STAR CLUB

Philip C. Davenport Jr. William E. Dengler Donald L. Dixon William W. Kirby IV

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GAMMA GAMMA (TROY STATE) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Laurence S. Turrin GOLD STAR CLUB

Jim Clayton

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Brett A. Singletary

Thomas L. Carter

GAMMA NU (LAGRANGE)

Kyle T. Robinson

GOLD STAR CLUB

Jeffry L. Esola

Joseph W. Bryant Ralph D. Sims

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

COUNCIL CLUB

David A. Buster James Hunt John K. Stauffer Stephen F. White

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

GAMMA CHI (JACKSONVILLE)

GAMMA XI (GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN)

David W. Suppes

David M. Dailey Michael W. Riker

Thomas E. Camp IV Lee W. Davis

CHEVRON CLUB

John F. Riggs Richard W. Seaman

Daniel R. Hammer

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

Stephen M. Mosher

GAMMA EPSILON (W. CAROLINA) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Robert B. Shaver Sr. William F. Willis GOLD STAR CLUB

Max C. Daves Jr. Donald C. Turner

CHEVRON CLUB

David J. Centofanti Eric T. Decker

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Jeffrey B. Thomason David K. Stephens

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

$5,000 - $9,999

FOUNDATION CLUB

Paul L. Stynchcomb

GOLD STAR CLUB

Mark R. Todd

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Jeffrey S. Spero

Robert H. Bunch

GAMMA PSI (AUGUSTA)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Ernest T. McPeake II

GAMMA RHO (LANDER) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

GAMMA OMEGA (MONTEVALLO)

GOLD STAR CLUB

Royce L. Lader David E. Wigginton

James T. Lusk

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Glen M. Chaney Marion E. Thomas Barry C. Young

CHEVRON CLUB

Robert Howard Jr.

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

James C. Hincher

FOUNDATION CLUB

David S. Rose

GOLD STAR CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Joel T. Conway

GAMMA KAPPA (GEORGIA SOUTHERN) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Kenneth P. Hendrix David V. LaRosa Jr. Thomas B. Peterson J Richard Rose

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Thomas F. Lynch Todd M. Peterson

CHEVRON CLUB

Mark L. Neftzger

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GAMMA PHI (SOUTH ALABAMA)

William L. Finney

Michael G. Porche

GOLD STAR CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Brian D. Stanley

GOLD STAR CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Terry Benton Herbert W. Blow Charles L. Hall II

Gilbert O. Sanders

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GAMMA IOTA (LSU)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Kenneth E. Gregory

ORDER OF THE BELL

FOUNDATION CLUB

GAMMA UPSILON (OKLAHOMA STATE)

GOLD STAR CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GAMMA DELTA (MEMPHIS)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Eric A. Smith

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

$2,500 - $4,999

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

$1,000 - $2,499

GOLD STAR CLUB

$500 - $999

CHEVRON CLUB

$250 - $499

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

$1 - $249

LEADERS BY CHOICE

17


ANNUAL GIVING 2 0 0 9 DELTA ALPHA (VIRGINIA TECH)

CHEVRON CLUB

Michael H. Buff Bruce E. Greenland James F. Overcash

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

John N. Crist Kelly J. Hobbie Paul M. Lavery Robert M. Loadwick

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

George M. Baldwin Preston D. Bridges

GOLD STAR CLUB

Glenn N. Byrd Robert B. Ritchie Jr.

DELTA ETA (MOREHEAD STATE) LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Ethan N. Martin

Paul W. Dennis Dale S. Lewis George M. Rowland

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Gregory L. Kring John F. Moser

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Tyler J. Frantz Ion M. Hottle Robert F. Lyerly Gilbert G. Morrison Jr. Sidney J. Rosenbaum IV Nathaniel R. Wrona

CHEVRON CLUB

Ronnie A. Reynolds II

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Shawn T. Bradley Bobby P. Davis Lawrence “J.B.” Kindred Glenn L. Means III

DELTA BETA (NORTH GEORGIA) LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

DELTA IOTA (MIDDLE TENNESSEE)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Stephen L. Crass Kevin R. Hunter Cal Majure

Andy O. Smith

GOLD STAR CLUB

Victor D. Irvin Charles A. May Bill W. Pope Paul W. Wingo

Roy L. Fishel Christian A. Durham Allen T. Storey Paul W. Adams Daniel John Bauscher

Curtis J. Bennett Jr. Bruce E. Tanner

DELTA LAMBDA (UNC-CHARLOTTE) FOUNDATION CLUB

Bill C. Jackson Jr.

DELTA DELTA (TRUMAN STATE)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

ORDER OF THE BELL

Horace J. Harkey II Charles A. Marus

John R. Andrews COUNCIL CLUB

Chuck J. Barnard

GOLD STAR CLUB

David S. Higgins William Mumford Terry A. Reed

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Irvin P. Howard III

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

David L. Ewigman James C. Palmer Stephen R. Schneider Josh A. Wansing Michael R. Zolezzi

CHEVRON CLUB

Bob Bollinger Robert A. Higgins Thomas M. Leiendecker CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Michael A. Haynes

CHEVRON CLUB

Brian M. Rey Vernon E. Wunnenberg Jr.

DELTA NU (WESTERN KENTUCKY)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

DELTA EPSILON (JACKSONVILLE STATE)

DELTA XI (NORTH ALABAMA)

Randy Y. Owen

Lawrence P. Guess

James M. Shumake

Patrick C. Gallagher Brian C. O’Shea

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Nathan A. Searles

DELTA SIGMA (BOWLING GREEN) GOLD STAR CLUB

Kevin M. Lotosky

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Mr. & Mrs. Bryant Pickney Scott D. Rankin Craig M. Ward

Robert A. Casullo Martin J. Emerson Andrew S. High John P. Lynn III

DELTA TAU (JAMES MADISON)

EPSILON BETA (GRAND VALLEY)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Jerry P. Keilsohn

Kenneth R. Rand III

EPSILON GAMMA (LONGWOOD)

DELTA UPSILON (PITTSBURGH)

Donald C. Sisco II

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Randi L. Zaremba

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

John R. Spannuth III

Derek W. Farrey Justin G. Hale

DELTA CHI (KANSAS STATE)

EPSILON DELTA (AUBURN - MONT.)

Craig A. Swenson

Garland Jackson Jr. David M. Smith Jr

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Matthew C. Keller J. Timothy Lindemuth

Timothy N. Hatch

GOLD STAR CLUB

Michael W. Austin Jeff A. Schugart

EPSILON EPSILON (VIRGINIA - WISE)

Steven C. Hill

CHEVRON CLUB

FOUNDATION CLUB

David M. Donathan

CHEVRON CLUB

Robert E. Herron

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Monte K. Engelkemier

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

ORDER OF THE BELL

John J. Hanchak II Andrew D. Mitchem Joshua E. Vaughan

FOUNDATION CLUB

EPSILON ETA (WINTHROP)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Jeffrey A. Mahoney

DELTA PSI (TEXAS - ARLINGTON) Mark F. Jacobs

Billy L. Jacobs

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Bill W. Alexander William T. Svihel

GOLD STAR CLUB

William E. Russell Jr. Thomas J. Sacco

Keith L. Ackerman Henry G. Bell III Anthony Robledo IV

EPSILON THETA (SETON HALL) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Len De Palma

GOLD STAR CLUB CHEVRON CLUB

DELTA OMEGA (TEXAS A&M)

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Gregory L. Ball Patrick J. Danehy

DELTA OMICRON (NICHOLLS STATE)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

DELTA PI (WRIGHT STATE)

Jacques D. Frere

Kenneth D. Lowe Steven E. Miller

David W. Huss William E. Maycock

LIFETIME GIVING CLUBS STAR & LAMP SOCIETY

$500,000+

18

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

$250,000 - $499,999

STAR & LAMP / SPRING 2010

$100,000 - $249,999

Mark E. King

GOLD STAR CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

Thomas B. Sullivan Enos C. Inniss Mark F. Munsell CHEVRON CLUB

David R. Carlson

James L. Shaw David B. Craft Todd Yohn CHEVRON CLUB

Charles R. Cote

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Daniel G. Lineback

Giving Club Advancement FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

COUNCIL CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Bruce Rockwell

First-time Donor

EPSILON IOTA (UNC - GREENSBORO)

FOUNDATION CLUB

FOUNDATION CLUB

SUPREME CIRCLE

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB CHEVRON CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

Gregory F. Gray Edgar R. Woodis Jr.

GOLD STAR CLUB CHEVRON CLUB

Joseph D. Morris Simon Shirazi

DELTA ZETA (APPALACHIAN STATE)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Dale W. Rankin

FOUNDATION CLUB

Stephen A. Pirkle

FOUNDATION CLUB

Ted R. Lukomski

CHEVRON CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Horace D. Buttram Jr.

Joshua A. Donde Michael J. Dunlap Alan F. Medeiros Alan B. Medeiros

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Carlos Tatum

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB GOLD STAR CLUB

Alan D. Wapner

DELTA PHI (RADFORD)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

EPSILON ALPHA (ELON)

Mr. & Mrs. H. K. Bobbitt Lawrence J. D’Angelo

GOLD STAR CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

DELTA KAPPA (UNC - PEMBROKE)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Michael W. Coen Donald F. Craib III Edward A. Lang III

Joseph M. Lanzetta David J. Maccarone

Jonathan E. Campbell

Stephen J. Fugedy P.J. Rodgers

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

J. Scott Davidson

GOLD STAR CLUB

DELTA RHO (SOUTHERN CAL)

Deceased

ORDER OF THE ROSE

$50,000 - $99,999

ORDER OF THE BELL

$25,000 - $49,999

COUNCIL CLUB

$10,000 - $24,999


EPSILON KAPPA (SOUTHERN TECH) FOUNDATION CLUB

Michael L. Hubsky

LEADING CHAPTERS 2 0 0 9

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

James A. Ransom CHEVRON CLUB

Donald W. Eddleman

These chapters had the most members contribute to one or more of the Foundation’s campaigns in 2009.

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Daniel R. Gould Justin S. Healy John B. McClure Jonathan L. Meek Ralph S. Owen III

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30

40

50

60

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20

30

40

50

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Beta Eta (Florida State)

EPSILON LAMBDA (USC - UPSTATE) CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Christopher M. Baliya Christopher G. Hill Justin M. Smith

Omega (Purdue) Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Iota (Georgia Tech) Alpha Epsilon (Florida)

EPSILON MU (BRADLEY)

Xi (Roanoke)

FOUNDATION CLUB

William Furling III

Alpha Upsilon (Drexel)

GOLD STAR CLUB

Jason D. McDowell

Eta Gamma (Colorado)

CHEVRON CLUB

Carl L. Aten

Omicron (Alabama)

EPSILON NU (SACRAMENTO)

Alpha Iota (Auburn)

FOUNDATION CLUB

Robert E. Langbein LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Todd J. Rehfuss

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Steve & Lesley Curtis Kim A. Spannuth

EPSILON OMICRON (VILLANOVA) LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Damien D’Antonio Joseph A. Brady III

EPSILON PHI (UAB)

ZETA GAMMA (NORTH DAKOTA)

ZETA MU (CAL STATE - NORTHRIDGE)

David J. Conn

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Erik D. Granstrom Christopher T. Johnson

Charles & Lara Liu Stefan Wilcox

GOLD STAR CLUB

Parry J. Schmeichel

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

David W. Kirkland

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Joseph S. McCarty

EPSILON PI (VIRIGINIA COMMONWEALTH) CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Zachary L. Cloud

Donald R. Jarboe

Marc R. Federico Donald P. Limbaugh Edward L. Stafford Jonathan A. Wilson Bryan P. Wimbish

Kenneth C. Brown

EPSILON PSI (SLIPPERY ROCK)

William R. Rhyne Jr.

Gregory E. Moffett

Gregory P. Brown

EPSILON RHO (LENOIR-RHYNE) COUNCIL CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB GOLD STAR CLUB

ZETA NU (WEST CHESTER)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

ZETA DELTA (SHIPPENSBURG)

ZETA XI (AVERETT)

Steven & Johanna Merkel

Robert E. Perkins II

Richard E. Yoegel

Connor M. Coughlin

GOLD STAR CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

ZETA EPSILON (GEORGE MASON)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

Alan P. Duesterhaus

Jerritt M. Park

CHEVRON CLUB

EPSILON SIGMA (CHRISTIAN BROTHERS) CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Kenneth D. Tucker

EPSILON TAU (ST. JOSEPH’S) FOUNDATION CLUB

Vincent Thompson & Paul Parker

CHEVRON CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Paul M. Ingiosi Thomas P. Wilson

Peter L. Dudley Robert E. Welsh

Santo A. Donia

Gregory B. Turner

EPSILON UPSILON (GEORGIA COLLEGE) LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

David L. Hohnadel

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Jason R. Fischl

GOLD STAR CLUB

Paul F. Sedor William C. Williams CHEVRON CLUB

Donald M. Crume Jayson R. Melton Levy M. Woodlief

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Derek E. Yebra

GOLD STAR CLUB

Eric Z. Gnann

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Austin M. Chappell Jeff Kirsch Zachary A. Sher Shaun I. Smith

ZETA ALPHA (CLEMSON) LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Scott C. Gasparini William A. White IV

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Mark Moehring Frank Yarborough

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Joseph J. Woodcock III

FOUNDATION CLUB

$5,000 - $9,999

ZETA OMICRON (SUNY - CORTLAND)

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

$2,500 - $4,999

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

$1,000 - $2,499

Derek S. Forney

Timothy J. Quick

Andrew E. Hlavsa

James A. Wedding

David J. Thomas

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

FOUNDATION CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB CHEVRON CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

EPSILON OMEGA (TEXAS TECH)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Andrew H. Hartwell J Scott Pilotti James J. Ramsey

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

Ryan M. Pringle

CHEVRON CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Trent M. Hennigar Andrew Matznick A. Craig Norton

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

John Colabelli

Richard Embrey

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

John B. Savignano

Dan T. Stanford

Michael J. Lombardo Jr. Joseph L. Suarez

ZETA PI (MARSHALL) GOLD STAR CLUB

Christopher L. Conley

ZETA ZETA (NORTH FLORIDA)

CHEVRON CLUB

Matthew A. Berling Steven J. Borowiec Robert H. Cheyne Jr.

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

GOLD STAR CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

Victor C. Valencia Jr.

ZETA THETA (TEXAS)

GOLD STAR CLUB

COUNCIL CLUB

Shahmir A. Nadjmabadi David B. Reule

Tracy D. Maddux GOLD STAR CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Chad W. Forsberg

ZETA IOTA (IUP)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

J. Ross Jordan

ZETA KAPPA (RICHARD STOCKTON) CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Michael P. Bowblis Anthony F. Cicali III Steven C. Meincke Erik X. Raj

$500 - $999

William H. Estes Christopher T. McNeely ZETA RHO (CAL STATE - FULLERTON)

James E. Leano

GOLD STAR CLUB

Scott A. Rowekamp

Ross C. McCollum Roger J. Berkeley Jeffrey A. Frost Victor M. Ruiz

ZETA TAU (BARTON) GOLD STAR CLUB

Jason T. Ricks

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Christopher L. Allen John M. D. Blittle James O. Duncan

CHEVRON CLUB

$250 - $499

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

$1 - $249

LEADERS BY CHOICE

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ANNUAL GIVING 2 0 0 9 ZETA UPSILON (BLOOMSBURG)

ETA EPSILON (MARYLAND)

ETA PSI (CENTRAL FLORIDA)

THETA XI (ARIZONA STATE)

Thomas M. Muller

Ross W. Knoblauch

Jeffrey L. Boles

Patrick J. Camunez Charles J. Juarros

Mohamed A. Abdalla Robert T. Corwin William P. Harden Mark M. Perkins George R. T. Stahle Michael S. Tucker

THETA ALPHA (SOUTHERN MISS)

THETA TAU (HIGH POINT)

CHEVRON CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

ZETA PHI (COLORADO STATE)

ETA ZETA (QUEENS)

Corey L. Dillon Steven T. Gaiser Shawn W. Rabourn

Scott M. Thomas

GOLD STAR CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Jarred K. Bean

ETA ETA (CALIFORNIA - IRVINE)

Eli A. Armstrong Garrett J. Ostedgaard

CHEVRON CLUB

Arthur S. Charchian

ZETA CHI (ALBRIGHT) CHEVRON CLUB

ETA THETA (SAN FRANCISCO)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Nelson E. Wong

CHEVRON CLUB

Richard L. Carrione Jr. Simon K. Foster

Timothy D. Campbell

George Linares

ETA LAMBDA (SUNY - BROCKPORT)

ETA GAMMA (COLORADO) COUNCIL CLUB

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

J. Scott Atkinson GOLD STAR CLUB

Erik U. Rollé

William R. Wilkinson

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Bret M. Heidemann

James S. Slaiman

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Michael S. Hartman

Robert B. Rector Richard J. Shamus

GOLD STAR CLUB

Robert R. Gould IV Bradley M. Jensen Jason Pickel

ETA MU (WINGATE)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Robert B. Erb Alec LaFontaine

Tanner S. Bacon Erik C. Isernhagen Braden H. Mark

ETA PI (COASTAL CAROLINA)

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Derek G. Azuara Brian P. Colson David L. Cummings Peter B. Cushman Michael E. Donnelly Dennis J. Eulberg Ryan R. Fligg Kevin D. Graff Aaron D. Grey Erik P. Heilman Eric M. Jacobson Brett R. Jurgens Todd J. Krier Kevin P. Kubicki Matthew R. Larson Daniel P. F. Lin Richard W. Mayo Sean F. O’Meara Braden M. Scrivner Samuel K. Scupham Stephen C. Serenyi Clinton F. Stammer Richard W. Wetz Matthew C. Whitney Tyler D. Williams Michael T. Zimmer

John W. Langley

Brandon J. Belote

TENNESSEE TECH ASSOCIATE

Mr. & Mrs. Jabe V. Hardee Clair E. McCloy Microsoft Matching Gifts Program PepsiCo Foundation

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

Phillip L. Hamilton

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Oscar L. Grau Arturo J. Abascal Carlos E. Clares Alfonso A. DeLeon Daniel A. Gonzalez Roberto R. Iglesias Peter W. Munoz Alessandro A. Parayuelos Carlos M. Quindemil

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Margot McCloy Mary L. Williams AIG Matching Grants Program WellPoint Associate Giving

GOLD STAR CLUB

Ann W. Atwood Havemann Family Jerry & Candice Jacobs Alliance Bernstein Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation

THETA EPSILON (KANSAS) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Brian A. Rock

CHEVRON CLUB

THETA ZETA (GEORGE WASHINGTON) CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

ETA RHO (TEXAS STATE)

THETA ETA (AMERICAN)

Chad C. Bryan Jeffrey B. Dyer Richard & Carla Kalmick

Carlos S. Ramirez

Michael L. DiSabatino

Todd P. Stacy

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Gabriel X. Garcia J Sam Jones

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Todd A. Sargent GOLD STAR CLUB

Eric S. Yang

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Joseph P. Vardner

ETA UPSILON (MIAMI - OHIO) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Stephen J. Gongola II John T. Healy CHEVRON CLUB

Joel A. Kammeyer

Michelle M. Castro Philip Cohen Alex Carruba Douglas M. Delorge JoAnn Evans Nan D. Gallagher Cynthia Howell Mitsi McCoy Stephen S. Newton Roba J. Whiteley Bank of America The Home Depot PAC Insurance Services Office, Inc. Motorola Foundation Piedmont Natural Gas Company Simpson Reinforcing, Inc. United Way of Southeastern Penn. Willis Of Minnesota, Inc.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Clyde H. Henderson III

THETA THETA (IOWA)

Gregory J. Buehner James F. Buehner CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Theodore G. Anton Brady N. Blazek Dennis P. Dornbier II Cody R. Gremore Edward S. Jesernik Michael A. Lee Jr. Stephen M. Prideaux Andrew L. Slade

THETA IOTA (WASHINGTON STATE) CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

John R. Smith Walter H. Carstensen III

Harrison D. Freiberg Sean G. Parsons Benjamin W. Wagner

GOLD STAR CLUB

ETA CHI (TEXAS CHRISTIAN)

THETA LAMBDA (MISSOURI STATE)

ETA DELTA (KENNESAW STATE) Brian & Trisha Barnett Robert D. Evans A. Daniel Fortney CHEVRON CLUB

Robert K. Henson

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Richard Korson Sr.

LIFETIME GIVING CLUBS STAR & LAMP SOCIETY

$500,000+

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CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

Kenneth J. Oubre

CHEVRON CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Benjamin W. Johns

First-time Donor $250,000 - $499,999

STAR & LAMP / SPRING 2010

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

John M. Maddux

THETA MU (MASSACHUSETTS)

Mark J. Curry

SUPREME CIRCLE

Peggie H. Harris Nora Jones & Bob Wagner Margaret B. Page June G. Shackter The Coca-Cola Foundation Geico Philanthropic Foundation CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

ETA SIGMA (UCLA)

Ernest E. Smith

THETA DELTA (FIU)

CHEVRON CLUB

CHEVRON CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

FRIENDS OF THE FRATERNITY

GOLD STAR CLUB

David Myroup

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Paul E. Parker

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

James D. Dukes Jr.

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

James E. Yarbough

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

COUNCIL CLUB

THETA GAMMA (BUFFALO)

ETA IOTA (CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT)

ZETA OMEGA (TOWSON)

ETA OMEGA (NEW MEXICO STATE) CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

Joseph J. Piedrafite

Giving Club Advancement FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

$100,000 - $249,999

Deceased

ORDER OF THE ROSE

$50,000 - $99,999

ORDER OF THE BELL

$25,000 - $49,999

COUNCIL CLUB

$10,000 - $24,999


GATEWAY SOCIETY 2 0 0 9

The Gateway Society recognizes individuals who include Pi Kappa Phi in their estate plans.

GAMMA OMEGA (MONTEVALLO) R. Jeffery McGhee DELTA ALPHA (VIRGINIA TECH) Jonathan A. Barney

ALPHA (CHARLESTON) Daniel B. Barry David H. Jaffee Jason A. Schall Richard B. Voorneveld Ernest L. Zinkowski

ALPHA THETA (MICHIGAN STATE) George W. Pardee Jr.

GAMMA (CAL - BERKELEY) Neil B. Weatherall Robert L. Whelan

ALPHA KAPPA (MICHIGAN) Mark E. Perrin

DELTA ZETA (APPALACHIAN STATE) Arthur J. Quickenton

ALPHA MU (PENN STATE) Kevin K. Murphy

DELTA LAMBDA (UNC - CHARLOTTE) Matthew S. Brown William C. Jackson Jr. Michael J. Grass

ZETA (WOFFORD) Jesse C. Crimm ETA (EMORY) P. Seale Hipp KAPPA (NORTH CAROLINA) W. Stuart Hicks LAMBDA (GEORGIA) Frank L. Lane James L. Lester T. Philip Tappy David E. Tidmore XI (ROANOKE) Edward J. Bennett Daniel R. Clow Edward L. Corson II Reginald W. Gravely Jr. Durward W. Owen Tim Ribar James C. Turk Allen O. Woody III Dudley F. Woody OMICRON (ALABAMA) George K. Greene Travis P. Julian Lonnie Strickland III RHO (WASHINGTON & LEE) Richard G. Anderson SIGMA (SOUTH CAROLINA) James A. Quinn II UPSILON (ILLINOIS) Michael A. Lowery J. Gunnar Schalin Thomas H. Watts Phillip S. Whipple PSI (CORNELL) Richard S. Shull OMEGA (PURDUE) David G. Lane David L. Johnson Edwin T. Sherwood

ALPHA IOTA (AUBURN) Charles S. Blackledge Jr. Bogart S. Reed

ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE) Kelley A. Bergstrom Jeremy D. Galvin Frank M. Parrish III ALPHA SIGMA (TENNESSEE) Michael D. Mynatt ALPHA UPSILON (DREXEL) Richard N. Mensch ALPHA PSI (INDIANA) T.J. Sullivan Phillip M. Summers

LAMPLIGHTER’S CLUB

$2,500 - $4,999

DELTA CHI (KANSAS STATE) J. Timothy Lindemuth

BETA ALPHA (NJIT) Stephen P. DePalma James A. Krucher Louis R. Miceli

EPSILON PSI (SLIPPERY ROCK) Matthew P. Stuart

BETA BETA (FLORIDA SOUTHERN) William J. Wallace Robert M. Weitzner BETA GAMMA (LOUISVILLE) Ronald E. Krebs Warren D. Robb BETA ETA (FLORIDA STATE) Christopher D. New Jonathan E. Stevens BETA KAPPA (GEORGIA STATE) Kenneth J. Cribbs John B. Whitley BETA UPSILON (VIRGINIA) Walter H. Brinkman Glenn A. Dickson BETA PHI (EAST CAROLINA) Douglas L. Littiken GAMMA ALPHA (WEST ALABAMA) Roger L. Reed

GAMMA KAPPA (GEORGIA SOUTHERN) Glenn Aspinwall Perry W. Buffington Patrick O. Manning

$5,000 - $9,999

DELTA TAU (JAMES MADISON) Earle M. Copp III

EPSILON IOTA (UNC - GREENSBORO) Steven T. Kirkman

ALPHA DELTA (WASHINGTON) Stanley J. Gratis

FOUNDATION CLUB

DELTA SIGMA (BOWLING GREEN) John P. Babel Kenneth N. Kaiser

ALPHA OMEGA (OREGON) Dade M. Wright

GAMMA GAMMA (TROY STATE) C. Carl Nelson

ALPHA ZETA (OREGON STATE) David H. Vawter

DELTA EPSILON (JACKSONVILLE STATE) Clyde J. McSpadden

DELTA PSI (TEXAS-ARLINGTON) Mark F. Jacobs

ALPHA ALPHA (MERCER) Jamey R. Porter

ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA) Albert E. Luer Michael L. O’Donnell Mark E. Timmes

DELTA DELTA (TRUMAN STATE) John R. Andrews

EPSILON OMEGA (TEXAS TECH) Timothy E. Haen Benjamin S. Shae ZETA ALPHA (CLEMSON) Jacob L. Carter III ZETA EPSILON (GEORGE MASON) Alan P. Duesterhaus James H. Perkins Jr. ZETA KAPPA (STOCKTON) Franco F. Catania ZETA LAMBDA (CAL STATE - CHICO) Arden T. Anderson II ZETA XI (AVERETT) Peter A. Blum Jr. ZETA UPSILON (BLOOMSBURG) Paul W. Hadzor III ETA DELTA (KENNESAW STATE) James E. Jeffares ETA OMICRON (SAN FRANCISCO STATE) Eric C. Hammer ETA RHO (TEXAS STATE) Andrae L. Turner THETA ALPHA (SOUTHERN MISS) John E. Bezou Jr. John W. Langley

GAMMA NU (LAGRANGE) Ronald J. deValinger

THETA DELTA (FIU) Alain D. Sanchez

GAMMA XI (GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN) Benjamin G. Croxton William L. Finney

THETA ETA (AMERICAN) Carlos S. Ramirez

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S CLUB

$1,000 - $2,499

GOLD STAR CLUB

$500 - $999

CHEVRON CLUB

$250 - $499

CROSSED SWORDS CLUB

$1 - $249

LEADERS BY CHOICE

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N U P H I SOCIETY 2 0 0 9

Members of the Nu Phi Society make an annual gift based on the number of years they have been an initiated brother. Eligibility for the Nu Phi Society is restricted to those brothers who have attended five Supreme Chapters, been inducted into the Pi Kappa Phi Hall of Fame or named Mr. Pi Kappa Phi. ALPHA (CHARLESTON) Daniel B. Barry John C. Hassell Robert W. Marlowe GAMMA (CAL - BERKELEY) Steven S. Ryder IOTA (GEORGIA TECH) Michael V. Cowan KAPPA (NORTH CAROLINA) W. Stuart Hicks J Councill Leak Thomas H. Sayre MU (DUKE) William D. Fuqua Frank T. Wrenn III XI (ROANOKE) Edward L. Corson II Durward W. Owen Tim Ribar James S. Stump Jr. James C. Turk Allen O. Woody III Dudley F. Woody OMICRON (ALABAMA) Harry E. Caldwell Jr. R. Nathan Hightower Travis P. Julian Lonnie Strickland III Paul C. Wesch RHO (WASHINGTON & LEE) Richard G. Anderson SIGMA (SOUTH CAROLINA) Jerry T. Brewer Kenneth J. Forti Walter H. Pickens Jr. UPSILON (ILLINOIS) Michael A Lowery J. Gunnar Schalin CHI (STETSON) J. Patrick Figley Bruce L. Rogers PSI (CORNELL) John S. Kirk William F. Newell OMEGA (PURDUE) Patrick J. Kuhnle David G. Lane Gregory V. Linder Sonny O’Drobinak ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA) Albert E. Luer Robert J. Paterno Mark E. Timmes J. Jeffry Wahlen ALPHA ZETA (OREGON STATE) David H. Vawter ALPHA ETA (SAMFORD) Alan G. Sizemore James M. Smith ALPHA THETA (MICHIGAN STATE) Matthew J. Shaheen ALPHA IOTA (AUBURN) William S. Finney Ralph S. Foster Jr. J. Ernest Johnson ALPHA KAPPA (MICHIGAN) Christopher J. Kozak

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ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE) Eric J. Almquist Kelley A. Bergstrom Jeremy D. Galvin Eldred J. Harman Robert A. Lane Emerson D. Linney Warren R. Madden Frank M. Parrish III Brett J. Toresdahl ALPHA TAU (RENSSELAER) Gordon B. Wright ALPHA UPSILON (DREXEL) W. Keith Sheppard ALPHA PHI (IIT) Nathanael P. Gombis ALPHA PSI (INDIANA) Max A. Fawley T.J. Sullivan Phillip M. Summers BETA ALPHA (NJIT) Stephen P. DePalma Patrick Guerra James A. Krucher John F. Lee Jr. John E. Pugliesi Brandon T. Sorensen Kenneth J. Scheck Jr. David M. White BETA DELTA (DRAKE) Robert A. Cione BETA EPSILON (MISSOURI) Jay J. Stuckel BETA ETA (FLORIDA STATE) Thomas H. Atwood Michael S. Loy W. Jeffrey Niedenthal Jeffrey Pujals BETA KAPPA (GEORGIA STATE) Kenneth J. Cribbs David R. DeMarco BETA MU (MCNEESE STATE) C. Mitchell Adrian Wilfred R. Bourne Jr. Richard B. Smith BETA XI (CENTRAL MICHIGAN) Basil J. Lyberg BETA OMICRON (NORTHWESTERN STATE) Wesley L. Breeden David D. Morgan Sr. GAMMA ALPHA (WEST ALABAMA) Joseph L. Alexander R. Bryan Bonner GAMMA BETA (OLD DOMINION) David Simas GAMMA DELTA (MEMPHIS) Thomas L. Carter GAMMA KAPPA (GEORGIA SOUTHERN) Glenn Aspinwall GAMMA NU (LAGRANGE) Jeffrey L. Esola GAMMA XI (GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN) William L. Finney E. Wayne Woodward DELTA DELTA (TRUMAN STATE) John R. Andrews Charles J. Barnard Irvin P. Howard III Josh A. Wansing

DELTA ETA (MOREHEAD STATE) Gerald E. Slone DELTA LAMBDA (UNC - CHARLOTTE) William C. Jackson Jr. Bo Proctor Jr. DELTA CHI (KANSAS STATE) G. Lawrence Keller III J. Timothy Lindemuth DELTA PSI (TEXAS - ARLINGTON) Billy L. Jacobs Mark F. Jacobs DELTA OMEGA (TEXAS A&M) Thomas B. Sullivan EPSILON EPSILON (VIRGINIA - WISE) David M. Donathan Neal Lane D. Travis Kennedy Jr. EPSILON IOTA (UNC-GREENSBORO) Chad A. Coltrane EPSILON NU (CAL STATE - SACRAMENTO) Robert E. Langbein EPSILON OMICRON (VILLANOVA) Joseph A. Brady III EPSILON TAU (ST. JOSEPH’S) Vincent J. Thompson III EPSILON UPSILON (GEORGIA COLLEGE) David L. Hohnadel EPSILON PHI (UAB) Scott L. McLeod EPSILON PSI (SLIPPERY ROCK) Jerrit M. Park EPSILON OMEGA (TEXAS TECH) Peter L. Dudley Robert E. Welsh ZETA ALPHA (CLEMSON) Scott C. Gasparini ZETA EPSILON (GEORGE MASON) Alan P. Duesterhaus ZETA ZETA (NORTH FLORIDA) Steven J. Borowiec ZETA THETA (TEXAS) Tracy D. Maddux ZETA IOTA (INDIANA - PA) Stephen E. Whitby ZETA RHO (CAL STATE - FULLERTON) Victor C. Valencia Jr. ETA GAMMA (COLORADO) Bret M. Heidemann ETA DELTA (KENNESAW STATE) Robert D. Evans ETA OMICRON (SAN FRANCISCO STATE) John N. Harasciuk ETA PI (COASTAL CAROLINA) James D. Dukes Jr. ETA RHO (TEXAS STATE) Brett J. Lee THETA GAMMA (BUFFALO) Paul E. Parker


CHAPTER INVESTMENT

F U N D S 2 0 0 9

The following individuals supported a chapter investment fund (CIF) in 2009. CIFs are restricted endowment accounts maintained by the Foundation for each chapter. Donors are listed beneath the CIF(s) they supported, not necessarily under the chapter in which they were initiated. ALPHA (CHARLESTON) Gary A. Catterton Andrew C. Jaffee David H. Jaffee BETA (PRESBYTERIAN) David K. Dixon

ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE) Kelley A. Bergstrom John C. Brockmann David J. Knavel Frank M. Parrish III Joshua R. Sheffler PepsiCo Foundation

GAMMA (CAL-BERKELEY) Michael S. Kesler John D. Steuart Charles M. Vasquez Ethan J. Wicklund

ALPHA UPSILON (DREXEL) Peter A. Dey

IOTA (GEORGIA TECH) J. Terry Dewberry

ALPHA CHI (MIAMI) Michelle M. Castro

XI (ROANOKE) Eric L. Becker Paul Breen Henry B. Hahn Jr. Paul S. Henkel Burton G. Hurdle Paul & Tracy Jenkins William C. Martin DeWitt R. Petterson Tod N. Senne Carl B. Sherertz James R. Wilson

BETA ALPHA (NJIT) William F. Newell

UPSILON (ILLINOIS) Michael A Lowery June G. Shackter PSI (CORNELL) John H. Angus William F. Newell OMEGA (PURDUE) Duane M. Davis Hugh M. Flanagan Edwin D. Gruwell Jr. Bruce R. Halley Mark A. Higgins Justin P. Hubbert E Neil Jay Kevin E. Johnson Eldon L. Knuth Patrick J. Kuhnle John E. Lovell Richard H. Lowe William F. Newell Mark Simmonds Todd B. Spaulding Clarke F. Thornton John L. Weaver Robert C. Wingard Jr. Brent A. Wunderlich ALPHA DELTA (WASHINGTON) Brian P. Walker Microsoft Matching Gifts Program ALPHA KAPPA (MICHIGAN STATE) Christopher J. Kozak Brian D. Reger

ALPHA PHI (IIT) Matthew E. Hunt

BETA DELTA (DRAKE) Robert A. Cione Paul H. Davis Ronald L. Dougal Paul H. Gilman Robert M. Moody Robert R. Rivers BETA ETA (FLORIDA STATE) Thomas H. Atwood BETA OMICRON (NORTHWESTERN STATE) Larry W. Gracie Jack P. McCain Jr. Leo E. Murray Monte W. Robinson William D. Morrison GAMMA DELTA (MEMPHIS) Terry Benton Thomas L. Carter Michael W. Riker

ETA GAMMA (COLORADO) Thomas H. Atwood Tanner S. Bacon Brian P. Colson David L. Cummings Peter B. Cushman Michael E. Donnelly Dennis J. Eulberg Ryan R. Fligg Robert R. Gould IV Kevin D. Graff Aaron D. Grey Michael S. Hartman Bret M. Heidemann Erik P. Heilman Erik C. Isernhagen Eric M. Jacobson Bradley M. Jensen Brett R. Jurgens Todd J. Krier Kevin P. Kubicki Matthew R. Larson Daniel P. F. Lin Braden H. Mark Sean F. O’Meara Frank M. Parrish III Jason Pickel Erik U. Rollé Braden M. Scrivner Samuel K. Scupham Stephen C. Serenyi Clinton F. Stammer Richard W. Wetz Matthew C. Whitney Michael T. Zimmer Bank of America ETA LAMBDA (SUNY - BROCKPORT) J. Scott Atkinson ETA SIGMA (UCLA) Eric S. Yang

DELTA BETA (NORTH GEORGIA) Stephen J. Fugedy Bill W. Pope P.J. Rodgers Allen T. Storey Paul W. Wingo

ETA UPSILON (MIAMI - OHIO) Stephen J. Gongola II Joel A. Kammeyer

DELTA CHI (KANSAS STATE) Matthew C. Keller

THETA ETA (AMERICAN) Clyde H. Henderson III

EPSILON ALPHA (ELON) Thomas H. Atwood Joshua A. Donde Michael J. Dunlap Patrick C. Gallagher Brian C. O’Shea

THETA THETA (IOWA) Theodore G. Anton Brady N. Blazek James F. Buehner Dennis P. Dornbier II Havemann Family Cody R. Gremore Edward S. Jesernik Nora Jones & Bob Wagner Michael A. Lee Jr. Clair E. McCloy Margot McCloy Stephen M. Prideaux Andrew L. Slade Roba J. Whiteley Simpson Reinforcing, Inc.

ZETA EPSILON (GEORGE MASON) Timothy J. Quick ZETA ZETA (NORTH FLORIDA) Jerry & Candice Jacobs

THETA DELTA (FIU) Phillip L. Hamilton

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INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARS AWARD

William A. White IV

Jack M. Casper

SUPPORTING PI KAPPA PHI’S ALCOHOL EDUCATION PROGRAMS

SUPPORTING PARTICIPATION IN STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS

AL BROWN MEMORIAL FUND

PAST STAFF SCHOLARSHIP

Donald R. VanHouten

Thomas H. Atwood Daniel R. Hogan J. Ernest Johnson Michael S. Loy Durward W. Owen T.J. Sullivan

SUPPORTING STUDENTS OF BETA ALPHA (NJIT)

SUPPORTING GRADUATE STUDIES FOR FORMER NATIONAL STAFF MEMBER

JABE V. HARDEE II MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

SUPPORTING STUDENTS OF DELTA ZETA (APPALACHIAN STATE)

Mr. & Mrs. Jabe V. Hardee William E. Maycock

TODD J. PORTERFIELD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORTING STUDENTS OF ALPHA DELTA (WASHINGTON)

Michael C. Podobnik

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Individuals listed here donated to the Kelley A. Bergstrom Leadership Center of Pi Kappa Phi campaign in 2009. BETA (PRESBYTERIAN) Greg Elam II LAMBDA (GEORGIA) Phil Tappy XI (ROANOKE) Durward W. Owen Allen O. Woody III SIGMA (SOUTH CAROLINA) Kenneth J. Forti ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA) Ira T. Hancock John J. Wahlen Mark E. Timmes Robert J. Paterno ALPHA ZETA (OREGON STATE) Jack W. Steward ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE) Emerson D. Linney Kelley A. Bergstrom Robert A. Lane

ALPHA SIGMA (TENNESSEE) Stephen J. Evans William T. Sigmon

DELTA ZETA (APPALACHIAN STATE) Patrick J. Danehy DELTA ETA (MOREHEAD STATE) Ethan N. Martin DELTA PSI (TEXAS - ARLINGTON) Mark. F. Jacobs

ALPHA PSI (INDIANA) Phillip M. Summers

DELTA OMEGA (TEXAS A&M) Thomas B. Sullivan

BETA ALPHA (NJIT) James A. Krucher

EPSILON TAU (ST. JOSEPH’S) Vince Thompson & Paul Parker

BETA ETA (FLORIDA STATE) Thomas H. Atwood W. Jeffrey Niedenthal

ZETA THETA (TEXAS) Tracy D. Maddux ETA SIGMA (UCLA) Todd A. Sargent

BETA IOTA (TOLEDO) Joseph E. Costello Mark A. Urrutia BETA XI (CENTRAL MICHIGAN) Derek J. Berger GAMMA IOTA (LSU) Kyle T. Robinson DELTA DELTA (TRUMAN STATE) Chuck J. Barnard

ETA CHI (TEXAS CHRISTIAN) Kenneth J. Oubre THETA ALPHA (SOUTHERN MISS) Brandon J. Belote THETA THETA (IOWA) Gregory J. Buehner

FOUNDATION Trustees of the Foundation are elected to a three-year term with the option of extending for two T R U S T E E S additional three-year terms. Ultimately, they work to fulfill the mission of the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation. CHAIRMAN Jerry T. Brewer SIGMA (SOUTH CAROLINA) VICE CHAIRMAN R. Nathan Hightower OMICRON (ALABAMA) SECRETARY/TREASURER Harry E. Caldwell Jr. OMICRON (ALABAMA) NATIONAL PRESIDENT J. Jeffry Wahlen ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA) NATIONAL COUNCIL LIAISON Mark F. Jacobs DELTA PSI (TEXAS-ARLINGTON)

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TRUSTEES

Daniel B. Barry ALPHA (CHARLESTON) Jack M. Casper ALPHA UPSILON (DREXEL) Patrick J. Danehy DELTA ZETA (APPALACHIAN STATE) James F. House ALPHA ETA (SAMFORD) David G. Lane OMEGA (PURDUE) Frank M. Parrish III ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE) Phillip M. Summers ALPHA PSI (INDIANA)


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The following members and friends of the fraternity made a gift in memory or in honor of a brother or loved one in 2009. IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH P. ANCHUNDIA

IN MEMORY OF PHILLIP M. MCARTHY

IN HONOR OF JOHN C. BRENNER

IN MEMORY OF SUE BOLLINGER BENNETT

IN MEMORY OF MARK M. MCCLOY

IN HONOR OF RALPH DEY

Justin G. Hale

Curtis J. Bennett Jr.

Eldon D. Marks

Anthony F. Cicali III Peter A. Dey

Frederick E. Quinn

Theodore G. Anton Brady N. Blazek James F. Buehner Dennis P. Dornbier II Cody R. Gremore Havemann Family Cody R. Gremore Edward S. Jesernik Michael A. Lee Jr. Clair E. McCloy Margot McCloy Stephen M. Prideaux Andrew L. Slade Nora Jones & Bob Wagner Roba J. Whiteley Simpson Reinforcing, Inc.

IN MEMORY OF WAYNE C. COFIELD

IN MEMORY OF MYRON N. MENEFEE

William F. Newell

IN MEMORY OF EARL A. BOHNER JR.

Mark A. Higgins Patrick J. Kuhnle

IN MEMORY OF DOROTHY BRIDGES

Preston D. Bridges

IN MEMORY OF ALBERT P. BROWN

Donald R. VanHouten

IN MEMORY OF PATRICK S. CANTEY JR.

Walter J. Rothenbach Jr.

IN MEMORY OF SAMUEL B. CARTLEDGE JR.

William M. Ford

IN MEMORY OF THOMAS W. DALTON JR.

Stephen J. Fugedy Bill W. Pope P.J. Rodgers Allen T. Storey Paul W. Wingo IN MEMORY OF MIKEL DAVIS

Bruce E. Tanner

IN MEMORY OF STEVEN P. DELORGE

Timothy J. Quick Douglas M. Delorge

IN MEMORY OF NICHOLAS G. EVANS

JoAnn Evans

IN MEMORY OF PHILLIP H. FRANK II

John W. Shustitzky

IN MEMORY OF JAMES A. GALLAGHER

Nan D. Gallagher

IN MEMORY OF JOHN R. GRAYBILL SR.

John R. Stafford Jr.

IN MEMORY OF FRANCES P. HALL

Anders W. Hall

IN MEMORY OF JABE V. HARDEE II

William E. Maycock

IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM F. HARRIS

Peggie H. Harris

IN MEMORY OF FRANCIS L. JOYNER SR.

F. Leon Joyner Jr.

IN MEMORY OF HELEN KARNAS

Richard Pedersen

IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM E. MASSEY JR.

Thomas J. Hickey

IN MEMORY OF HARRY A. MORTIMER

Bob Bollinger

IN MEMORY OF FRANK A. NEIL JR.

Barry C. Young

IN MEMORY OF JAMES E. NETTLES

A. Reginald Dickey Jr.

IN MEMORY OF JOHN O’DONNELL

William H. O’Donnell

IN MEMORY OF ERNEST M. PAGE JR.

Margaret B. Page

IN MEMORY OF SCOTT G. PRATT

Kenneth K. Majewski

IN MEMORY OF LORAINE RILEY

IN HONOR OF KYLE T. FREEHAN

Anthony F. Cicali III

IN HONOR OF ELLIOT A. FRIEDMAN

Clyde H. Henderson III

IN HONOR OF MICHAEL S. HARTMAN

Thomas H. Atwood

IN HONOR OF STEPHEN M. HOLTSCLAW

Mike & Debbie Holtsclaw

IN HONOR OF DENNIS M. JAFFEE

David H. Jaffee

IN HONOR OF JAMES A. KRUCHER IN HONOR OF PATRICK J. KUHNLE

William F. Newell

IN HONOR OF EMERSON D. LINNEY

Joseph O. Linney

IN HONOR OF CLYDE J. MCSPADDEN

Horace D. Buttram Jr.

IN HONOR OF DURWARD W. OWEN

Philip H. Cohen Stanley S. Gryskiewicz Jr. L. Andrew Westbrook III

IN HONOR OF CHRISTIAN A. WIGGINS

Thomas H. Atwood

IN HONOR OF DUDLEY F. WOODY

James W. Pickens

Vernon D. Standish

IN MEMORY OF BRADLEY S. SALMON

Chad W. Forsberg

IN MEMORY OF GARRY T. SCHLICHTE

James R. Crews Jr.

IN MEMORY OF MICHAEL R. UDICK

Chad W. Forsberg

IN MEMORY OF DENNIS L. WARFORD

Lawrence “J.B.” Kindred

IN MEMORY OF JOE P. WATERS JR.

Charles A. Leslie

IN MEMORY OF PETER B. WHALEN

Albert L. Ellis III

IN MEMORY OF ROBERT J. WILCOX

William F. Newell

Ben & Bylee Massey

B O A R D O F Alumni who have served the fraternity in a significant leadership capacity G O V E R N O R S and who are major donors are nominated to serve on the Board of Governors. Richard G. Anderson RHO (WASHINGTON & LEE) Peter C. Barr ALPHA EPSILON (FLORIDA) Kelley A. Bergstrom ALPHA OMICRON (IOWA STATE) Thomas L. Carter GAMMA DELTA (MEMPHIS) R. Gene Cartledge OMICRON (ALABAMA) Kenneth J. Cribbs BETA KAPPA (GEORGIA STATE) William L. Finney GAMMA XI (GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN)

W. Stuart Hicks KAPPA (NORTH CAROLINA) Travis P. Julian OMICRON (ALABAMA) Durward W. Owen XI (ROANOKE) James C. Turk XI (ROANOKE) Paul C. Wesch OMICRON (ALABAMA) Allen O. Woody III XI (ROANOKE) Gordon B. Wright ALPHA TAU (RENSSELAER)

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ALUMNI NEWS

LIFELONG Two of Pi Kappa Phi’s oldest chapters celebrate milestone anniversaries During the past month, two of the longest standing chapters of Pi Kappa Phi gathered to celebrate their founding. Sigma chapter at South Carolina (founded March 5, 1910) celebrated its centennial, and three weeks later Tau chapter at North Carolina State (founded April 24, 1920) hosted its 90th anniversary celebration. SIGMA (SOUTH CAROLINA) More than 225 alumni, students, guests and friends of Pi Kappa Phi gathered in Columbia, South Carolina, on March 20 as the Sigma chapter gathered to celebrate a century of brotherhood. Alumni representing six different decades traveled from 12 different states to celebrate Pi Kappa Phi. The brothers and guests in attendance were treated to a tour of the chapter house as well as a centennial banquet; including a keynote address by National President Jeff Wahlen, Alpha Epsilon (Florida), and remarks by Pi Kappa Phi Foundation Chairman and Past National President Jerry Brewer, Sigma (South Carolina). In addition to the numerous Sigma leaders present at the banquet, many of the fraternity’s national leaders were in attendance as well. Pi Kappa Phi CEO Mark E. Timmes, Alpha Epsilon (Florida), and the Pi Kappa Phi Properties Board also made the trip to commemorate the milestone. Even Fred Quinn, a 1938 initiate of Sigma and the fraternity’s first traveling staff member, attended the celebration. “Sigma has held a long tradition of leadership within the national fraternity,” said Steve Evans, Pi Kappa Phi’s senior director of alumni development. “Three of our past national presidents have hailed from South Carolina, as well as numerous Properties, Foundation and Push America board members. However, it is the dedication from each and every brother to develop a lifelong brotherhood of leaders that truly impresses me. The heritage of this chapter is truly one that strives to lead at the highest levels.”

In addition to celebrating their past, the brothers were also able to enjoy the recent success of the undergraduate chapter. During the 2009-2010 academic year, the chapter nearly double in size while improving their G.P.A. to a 3.09, which ranked them third among the 16 IFC fraternities. TAU (NORTH CAROLINA STATE) On April 9-10, Tau chapter celebrated its 90th anniversary. The weekend of events was enjoyed by more than 200 alumni, spouses, students, guests and friends of Pi Kappa Phi. Attendees kicked off the weekend with the chapter’s annual founder’s day golf tournament, which raised more than $1,700 for Push America. Brothers and guests reconvened on Saturday for a pig roast, house tours and the evening anniversary banquet. Those in attendance at the banquet enjoyed remarks from Pi Kappa Phi National Treasurer Dudley Woody, Xi (Roanoke); reflections on Tau history from alumni from four generations and a special ceremony including a 90-candle vigil marking each year of the chapter’s history. After the banquet, brothers and guests of all ages hit the dance floor to enjoy an evening of fun and celebration. “Over the years friends have come and gone, our children have been born, grown up and are now on their own; we’ve been to a lot of different places and seen a lot of different things, but the one constant in our life has been the Pi Kapps from NC State,” said Dawn Humphrey, wife of Tau alumnus Rich Humphrey and a member of the 90th anniversary planning committee. “The friendships that Rich and I made with people through the fraternity have really been the ones that have lasted. They have been the ones that were there for every birthday, every funeral and all of the celebrations in between and have been our most constant and true friends.”

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COLLEGIATE NEWS

ONCAMPUS PSI

CORNELL

ITHICA, N.Y.—The brothers of Psi chapter continue to be committed to maintaining a strong brotherhood and distinguishing themselves on campus. This fall the brothers once again earned the highest chapter G.P.A. of any Greek organizations on campus while maintaining an active social and recruiting calendar. The chapter also had an outstanding 2010 rush week, signing a 23-man associate class. This was a fantastic improvement from last year’s strong 17-man class. A new member education program has recently been implemented by the warden. Upon its completion, the chapter will have a total of 68 brothers. In addition to excelling within the Greek Community, Psi brothers remain active in campus leadership with chapter members sitting on the Student Assembly and IFC executive board, as well as two brothers participating in the Journey of Hope this summer. As always, the undergraduates appreciate contact from Psi alumni. Contact information for the chapter can be found at WWW.CORNELLPIKAPP.COM

ALPHA DELTA WASHINGTON

SEATTLE—The past two quarters at Alpha Delta have been filled with excitement as the brothers have made an effort to be more involved in the Greek System, the university and the surrounding community. In the fall, the brothers hosted the War of the Roses for the first time in several years and raised $1,500 for Push America. Sororities came out in full force to compete in a volleyball tournament and skit contest and even pulled out their pocket books to purchase Pi Kapps at a live date auction. The chapter followed up the War of the Roses by refereeing basketball games for the Special Olympics of Washington during the winter quarter. This fall, Alpha Delta also had an opportunity to show its athletic prowess. The chapter did extremely well in intramurals sports and managed to win the Intramural Activities Co-Ed Football Championship.

Brother Brendan Sherrer, a walk-on on the men’s varsity basketball team, competed with the Huskies as they advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. Alpha Delta’s hard work and commitment to brotherhood was recognized by the Interfraternity Council this month during the 20010 IFC Awards Ceremony. Pi Kappa Phi walked away with five awards including Excellence in Risk Management, Excellence in Recruitment Programming, Outstanding Community Service Efforts, Excellence in Greek Relations and Most Improved Chapter.

BETA NU HOUSTON

HOUSTON—The men of Beta Nu are having an extremely successful and enjoyable year. The brothers have earned unparalleled success in intramurals this year, placing first in the Greek flag football league and going on to win the all-university title. The men continued their winning ways this spring, bringing home seven of the 10 trophies awarded at the Spring Fiesta variety show, the premier event at Houston. The chapter has also taken a more active role in campus leadership as two brothers were elected to serve the Student Government Association. Beta Nu has also continued the tradition of taking part in summer Push America events with two brothers participating this year. Cass Moore, who recently attended Push Camp in Elgin, Texas, is a member of the Build America team and Zak Shakashir will cycle this summer as a member of the Journey of Hope team. With summer recruitment quickly approaching, the brothers of Beta Nu are gearing up for what looks to be another great year.

GAMMA KAPPA

GEORGIA SOUTHERN

STATESBORO, Ga.—Over the past year, Gamma Kappa chapter at Georgia Southern University has continued excellence in academics, athletics and leadership. The chapter has been dedicated to growing the brotherhood and has initiated 30 men over the past year. The brothers have also excelled

BUZZ CUTS FOR BROTHERHOOD WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.—David Feltner, Omega (Purdue), had one request after announcing at chapter meeting in late February that he was facing cancer for the third time in four years. He asked that his fraternity brothers help him shave his head. It took the brothers a moment to regain their composure after learning that a tumor had developed behind Feltner’s right eye, but they eagerly honored his request. So eager, in fact, that several brothers joined Feltner in shaving their heads that night. “Before we knew it, there were 40 guys with shaved heads,” said Dan Cronin, chapter archon. Since that night, nearly 60 brothers have donned a buzz cut to show love and support for an adored member of their chapter. “It is something truly special to see the amount of people who wanted to do something as simple as shaving their heads to show that they were thinking of him,” said Jim Vasil, lifelong friend and chapter brother. “I know it means more to him than most people will ever realize. Having brothers who will rally around one another at a time of great need is a testament to Pi Kappa Phi.” At the age of 17, Feltner was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor in his skull at the base of his eye—the same location where it was found again this February. The original cancer was treated with multiple rounds of chemotherapy and radiation rather than surgery with the hope of saving his right eye. Three years later, cancer was found along his spine. After nearly a year of chemo and radiation, he was given a “clean bill” of health in July 2009 and again in January 2010. The return of his cancer left Feltner with few choices; radiation was no longer an option and chemotherapy obviously had not worked. A high-risk surgery was planned to open his skull and possibly remove the right eye. On March 22, doctors were able to remove the tumor, which had grown to the size of an egg, without removing his eye. Doctors will continue to perform pathological tests in order to determine if additional surgery is necessary before starting chemotherapy this spring. As Feltner recovers from surgery, 60 bald members of the Omega chapter of Pi Kappa Phi are praying for him and eagerly awaiting his return to the chapter.

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COLLEGIATE NEWS in athletics as both the soccer and softball team won intramural championships. Push America fundraising has also been a success this year, and the chapter will host its annual War of the Roses event this spring. In addition to staying involved on campus, the chapter is excited about the house renovations taking place this fall and truly appreciates the support of the alumni who have made the incredible renovations possible.

ETA RHO

TEXAS STATE

SAN MARCOS, Texas—Eta Rho chapter at Texas State started off the 20092010 school year by taking the largest new member class on campus in the fall. They followed up their recruitment success by becoming official homeowners in January of 2010. With the help of Pi Kappa Phi Properties, the chapter was able to secure the financing to buy the house they have been leasing the past two years. The brothers of Eta Rho have also remained very active on campus with members serving as IFC President, IFC Vice President of Scholarship, Association of Student Government (ASG) Treasurer and ASG Chief Justice. Brothers are also involved in Student Foundation, the Student Organizations Council, College Republicans and the Texas State Alumni Association Student Chapter. The brothers of Eta Rho are looking forward to finishing the spring with the inaugural Blue vs. Gold weekend, which will take place in April and include a basketball game between actives and alumni. The chapter will also host a crawfish boil to cap off an exciting weekend and excellent year.

ETA SIGMA UCLA

LOS ANGELES—This academic year has been very successful for the Eta Sigma chapter at UCLA. After recruiting an outstanding fall pledge class of 28 men, active brother numbers are up to 90 for spring. With what looks to be a 15-man spring class, Eta Sigma will break the century mark for the first time in its 14-year history. During the winter quarter, the chapter held its first Pi Kapp Acoustic Coffeehouse. The event was extremely successful and raised more than $2,200 for Push America, bringing the chapter fundraising total to more than $2,500. The Coffeehouse involved 10 acoustic acts by students and was headlined by Lady Danville, a popular local band that includes

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the week was the Rose Bowl, a powder puff football tournament featuring more than 300 KU sorority women. The chapter was impressed by the support of fellow Jayhawks and looks forward to tallying the final fundraising numbers. In addition to dedicating themselves to service through Push America, the chapter also took part in the Rock Chalk Revue, one of the largest student-run philanthropies in the country. Pi Kappa Phi teamed up with Kappa Alpha Theta sorority for the musical philanthropy. Pi Kappa Phi was proud to bring home awards for Best Use of Set, Best Original Song, Best Production Number, Best Vocal Performance, Best Theme Interpretation, Honorable Mention for Community Service and First Runner-up in the overall competition.

THETA DELTA

AMERICAN

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL

MIAMI—Theta Delta is having a great spring thus far! In March the chapter was honored by the Greek Life Office with the Outstanding Community Service of the Year, Outstanding Philanthropy of the Year and Outstanding Campus Involvement awards. Theta Delta was also named Chapter of the Year, marking the first time in seven years the Greek life Office has deemed a fraternity worthy of the honor. In addition to the chapter awards, Brother Gabriel Villanueva was elected 2010 IFC President and named Greek Man of the Year for his service to and the FIU Greek Community. Theta Delta also hosted a 24-hour bikea-thon for the Anthony’s Light Foundation. Anthony’s Light was founded in 2005 after Brother Anthony Perez passed away due to carbon monoxide poisoning. Brothers rode stationary bikes on campus all day and through the night to make students aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning. The chapter raised nearly $2,700 in honor of their fallen brother.

THETA ETA WASHINGTON, D.C.—After several months of planning by Push America Chairman James Fine, the Theta Eta chapter hosted its first Armed Forces Wheelchair Basketball Game on April 1, featuring teams of wounded veterans from Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. and Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. With more than 400 students, alumni and community members in attendance, the event raised $6,000 for Push America and the Wounded Warrior Project. Special guests at the event were American University President Dr. Cornelius M. Kerwin; Pi Kappa Phi Chief Executive Officer Mark E. Timmes, Alpha Epsilon (Florida); and former Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force Major General Thomas L. Carter, Gamma Delta (Memphis). Push

America’s Director of Chapter Services Andrew Matznick, Epsilon Rho (LenoirRhyne), and Leadership Consultant Justin Angotti, Theta Eta (American), were also in attendance. Retired Army Capt. Ryan Kules from the Wounded Warrior Project capped off the event by presenting a moving keynote speech.

THETA SIGMA

CAL STATE-LONG BEACH

LONG BEACH, Calif.—Theta Sigma chapter at Cal State-Long Beach has worked diligently this semester to support Push America and the Long Beach community. The brothers hosted “Putt Putt for Push America” on April 7 to help raise funds and awareness for people with disabilities. The entire house, inside and out, was transformed into a mini putt putt golf course, and golfers donated $5 to play the course. Chronic Taco, a local restaurant, catered the event. The chapter also plans to host a sorority laser tag tournament benefitting Push America. Theta Sigma is also donating its time and talent to local charities, including the Los Angeles Habilitation House and Ability First. The chapter also has an AcessABILITY Project planned to build a wheelchair ramp for a young boy in the Long Beach area. Theta Sigma is also continuing to grow. This spring, the men of Theta Sigma recruited the largest new member class out of all 11 fraternities on campus. The brother’s hard work on behalf of Push America and Pi Kappa Phi has not gone unnoticed. Recently Pi Kappa Phi was honored at the IFC Awards Ceremony for Best Grades, Most Improved Grades, Alumni Relations and Greek Man of the Year.

THETA EPSILON KANSAS

LAWRENCE, Kan.—Theta Epsilon chapter has had an active semester full of service and campus involvement. The chapter hosted one of the most successful Push Weeks in its history. Brothers were busy throughout the week with events including a Dunk Tank, Pie a Pi Kapp, Penny Wars and a 48-hour bike-a-thon. The main event of

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COLLEGIATE NEWS

FIVE CHARTERS GRANTED THIS SPRING THETA PSI RIT

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Rochester, New York Founded: March 19, 2010

Founding Members: 36 Colonized: Spring 2009

Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity granted its 215th charter to the Theta Psi chapter at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) on March 13, 2010. After colonizing in April, 2009, the men set out to redefine fraternity on their campus and have begun a legacy of leadership and service at RIT. Mr. Pi Kappa Phi 2009 Jim Krucher, Beta Alpha (NJIT), served as the installation officer with Tony Noce, Alpha Upsilon (Drexel), as the assistant installation officer. Performing the ritual of initiation were brothers from Psi (Cornell) and Eta Lambda (SUNY-Brockport). National staff in attendance were Coordinator of Chapter Development A.J. Friedhoff, Beta Epsilon (Missouri) and Director of Chapter Development Curt Herzog, Theta Lambda (Missouri State).

DELTA RHO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles, California Re-Founded: March 27, 2010

Re-Founding Members: 55 Colonized: Spring 2009

Dormant since 2006, Delta Rho chapter has returned to the University of Southern California. It has been an exciting semester for the chapter as the re-founding fathers were busy recruiting, hosting Push America events and supporting the election of Brother Chris Cheng as USC Student Body President. The installation officer for the event was National Secretary Tracy Maddux, Zeta Theta (Texas). He was assisted by National Chancellor Dan Bosshart, Gamma (CalBerkeley). Performing the ritual of initiation were teams from Theta Xi (Arizona State) and Theta Sigma (Cal State Long Beach). Representing the national fraternity was Leadership Consultant Tyler Quinn, Theta Xi (Arizona State); Coordinator of Expansion Mike Larsson, Theta Xi (Arizona State); and Leadership Consultant Justin Angotti, Theta Eta (American).

ETA TAU KENTUCKY

Lexington, Kentucky Re-Founded: April 10, 2010

Re-Founding Members: 29 Colonized: Spring 2009

After a few tough years, the Eta Tau chapter at the University of Kentucky was reorganized as an associate chapter in spring 2009. The new group of founding fathers worked tirelessly over the next two semesters to re-earn the chapter’s charter, which was originally granted on October 6, 1996. Past National President Dr. Phillip Summers, Alpha Psi (Indiana), served as instillation officer while T.J. Sullivan, Alpha Psi (Indiana), served as assistant. Coordinator of Chapter Development, AJ Friedhoff, Beta Epsilon (Missouri), and past staff member Walter Pape, Zeta Phi (Colorado State) represented the national fraternity. After a last second cancellation by the church lined up for initiation, the teams from Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) and Delta Eta (Morehead State) performed the ritual for the Kentucky re-founding fathers in Phi Gamma Delta’s International Headquarters.

THETA TAU HIGH POINT

HIGH POINT, N.C.—This semester, the men of Theta Tau has lived up to its mission statement “we will lead.” The chapter had an incredibly successful spring recruitment, signing quality men during formal recruitment in January. Those men have embodied the fraternity’s values and have become heavily involved in service work for Push America, promoting volunteerism and fundraising. The chapter also hosted a “Spread the Word to End the Word” campaign, during which they collected more than 300 pledges from students and faculty to remove the “r-word” from their vocabulary. This semester, the chapter will host its War of the Roses competition and also take part in the Relay for Life event.

The chapter has also continued to be heavily involved in campus leadership. Associate member Eric Skinkle was recently elected Student Government President and will succeed Brother Andrew Realon. Additionally, Archon Andrew Realon and Chaplain Dave Rad were accepted into Order of Omega Greek Honor Society, as well as Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Theta Tau looks forward to building upon its success as they prepare to celebrate their two-year anniversary.

BINGHAMTOM

ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

BINGHAMTOM, N.Y.—The Binghamton associate chapter has been working hard to grow its brotherhood on campus. In addition

to recruiting founding fathers and hosting brotherhood events with chapter members, the men have also worked to raise awareness for the abilities of people with disabilities. In March the chapter hosted a “Spread the Word to End the Word” campaign to encourage Binghamton students and faculty to eliminate the use of the “r-word.” The event was a hit as more than 240 pledges were made to eliminate the hurtful word from everyday speech. In addition to spreading much needed awareness, the chapter also raised nearly $200 for Push America through wristband sales and text donations through Push America’s partnership with mGive Mobile Giving. The event was such a success that it was featured on the local Fox and CBS news affiliates in Binghamton.


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