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SUM2017

OF PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY

Snapshot

A look at our chapters & affiliates

Thirty Under 30 Celebrating young alumni achievement

At 40

How a shared vision impacts millions


CEO CORNER Authentic. Caring. Exceptional. Uncommon.

Mark E. Timmes

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Mark E. Timmes MANAGING EDITOR & CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Todd Shelton

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Victor Tran

COMMUNICATION TEAM

John Andrews Justin Horne

CONTRIBUTORS

Kate Andrews Justin Angotti Brandon Belote Greg Buehner Marvin Hackney Basil Lyberg C. Brad Middleton Beau Samples Chris Shade Terrie Smith DeVin Taylor

Across higher education, the past few months have been a challenging time for fraternity/sorority life. In February, 19-year-old Timothy Piazza, a new member of another fraternity at Penn State, died following a hazing incident. Security footage from the chapter house that evening shows him lying injured for more than 12 hours while men who called themselves his future brothers failed to seek help. This inhumanity has led to a claxon call for the banishment of the fraternity system. In the wake of his death, leaders across the industry have been critically examining the future of fraternities and sororities and what we can do differently to prevent another tragedy. Pi Kappa Phi is doing the same. Please allow me to share a small part of what we are doing now to renew our hope in the future of fraternity and, especially, Pi Kappa Phi. Around this time each year, I have the privilege to meet both the graduates of Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders and the team members who dedicate their summer in service to others on Build America, Gear Up Florida and the Journey of Hope. These are the men who will become the future leaders of our chapters, our fraternity and our society. These are the men who give me hope. Just a few weeks ago, our emerging leaders succinctly described the obligations we each undertook during our initiation into Pi Kappa Phi: Be authentic and be caring. To their list, I would offer only two additions: Be exceptional and be uncommon. In the midst of a crucible moment for the American fraternity, I truly believe that those four words — authentic, caring, exceptional and uncommon — will, as they always have, guide Pi Kappa Phi through this time of great uncertainty. Forty years ago, a fraternity great envisioned a national service project that would help our brothers exemplify this commitment. Today, we continue to celebrate Durward Owen’s vision and the uncommon opportunities provided by The Ability Experience. As we look to the future, we are, once again, providing you with a snapshot of our chapters’ achievements and the collective successes of the Greater Fraternity. This issue also celebrates the accomplishments of another class of Thirty Under 30 award recipients and the commitment of our donors who supported the future of Pi Kappa Phi through the Common Loyalty campaign. While some may question the future of fraternities, I am confident that I have already seen it. Our journey is far from over, but our students give me hope that Pi Kappa Phi is closer to building the ideal fraternity today than we were yesterday. Anchored in our commitment to be authentic, caring, exceptional and uncommon, we should expect nothing less. I hope you enjoy this issue of the Star & Lamp. Yours in the brotherhood of Pi Kappa Phi, Mark E. Timmes Chief Executive Officer mtimmes@pikapp.org

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Correction: Alpha Psi Chapter was noted incorrectly in the Fall 2016 issue. The chapter is at Indiana University. We apologize for the error.

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PAGE ONE EXPANSION

2016 & 2017 continue growth efforts During the fall 2016 and spring 2017 semesters, Pi Kappa Phi chartered on eight campuses.

Kappa Kappa at New Mexico Founded: October 23, 2016

Epsilon Omicron at Villanova Re-founded: October 29, 2016

Kappa Lambda at Wisconsin Founded: November 5, 2016

Epsilon Theta at Seton Hall Re-founded: November 19, 2016

Eta Epsilon at Maryland Re-founded: March 4, 2017

Gamma Psi at Augusta Re-founded: November 19, 2016

Kappa Nu at Sonoma State Founded: April 29, 2017

Kappa Mu at UC - Merced Founded: April 22, 2017

FALL 2017  TENNESSEE

(ALPHA SIGMA)

 KENTUCKY

(ETA TAU)

 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS  GRAND VALLEY STATE

(EPSILON BETA)

  

SPRING 2018

THIS MAP DETAILS Pi Kappa Phi’s expansion plans through Spring 2018. For more information about expansion or starting a new chapter of Pi Kappa Phi, contact Assistant Executive Director of Chapter Development Brandon Belote at bbelote@pikapp.org.

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 ELON

(EPSILON ALPHA)

 STETSON

(CHI)

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TOP POSTS OF THE YEAR

A look back:

Based upon analysis of Facebook data related to engagement and reach, here's a summary of the top 10 Pi Kappa Phi posts of the year.

10

Did you know that Earth Day was founded by a Pi Kapp? In 1969, Gaylord Nelson, Gamma Nu (LaGrange), sparked the idea of a "national day for the environment" which launched a new wave of environmental activism and continues to inspire the world to take care of our planet. #EarthDay (reach: 20,008)

9 TOP INSTAGRAM POST OF THE YEAR

10

9

Happy Memorial Day. Today we honor the men and women who gave their all in defense of our country while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. (reach: 23,729)

8 7 6 5

Merry Christmas! Fun fact: Santa is a Pi Kapp. (reach: 56,018) CELEBRATE. #InternationalWomensDay (reach: 59,653) Happy Thanksgiving from Pi Kappa Phi. Tag a brother you're thankful for. (reach: 60,053)

The results are in! Here are the honorees of our 2016 #ThirtyUnder30 Awards which recognize young alumni for their achievements after their undergraduate careers have come to an end. Congratulations to these #ExceptionalLeaders! (reach: 62,432)

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4 3 2

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You know you're in good hands when both of your pilots are Pi Kapps. #PiKappaFly (reach: 66,721) (see story on page 9)

Happy Founders' Day! 112 years and counting. Tag a brother you wouldn't have known without Pi Kapp. #ODH (reach: 74,652) Harvard's new policy sanctioning students in fraternities and sororities, not only violates student rights, it takes focus off real issues around campus safety. Our organizations and the university need to get back to the problem at hand - reducing violence. NIC member groups stand ready to come to the table as willing partners to improve campus communities. (reach: 75,141)

1

Never forget. 9/11 (reach: 80,440)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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FEATURES

6

OUR CHAPTERS

Offering a glimpse at the activities and operations of our chapters

24

AT 40

The story of how a shared vision became a national philanthropy and impacts millions.

34

COMMON LOYALTY

67

THIRTY UNDER 30

Conclusion of the campaign to forge uncommon leaders

Recognizing young alumni for their achievement after their undergraduate careers have come to an end

COLUMNS i || CEO CORNER 1 || EXPANSION 2 || TOP POSTS OF THE YEAR 5 || HOUSE & HOME 6 || CHAPTER SCORECARDS 60 || THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE GIVING 73 || PHINAL THOUGHT

ON THE COVER:

Celebrating 40 years of The Ability Experience with 2017 Gear Up Florida cyclist Reed Jones, Alpha Alpha (Mercer), and Victor Tran, Theta Rho (Western Michigan) Copyright © 2017 Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Pi Kappa Phi, the Coat of Arms, Star Shield and additional logos are trademarks of Pi Kappa Phi, all rights reserved.

Eta Psi (Central Florida) hosting a 24-hour bike-a-thon

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DEPARTMENT HOUSE & HOME HEADING

HOUSING INVESTMENT FUND The Housing Investment Fund was established in 2012 by the 53rd Supreme Chapter held in Washington, D.C. to further Pi Kappa Phi Properties goal of providing quality local chapter homes for each chapter. The Housing Investment Fund is funded through an annual fee from initiated undergraduate chapter members. The fee is based on a chapter’s total number of members. Pi Kappa Phi Properties is pleased to provide this report on the Housing Investment Fund’s efforts over the 2015–2016 academic year. 

ASSETS

TOTAL ASSETS AS OF 6.30.2016

Investment in Delta Psi (Texas-Arlington) $5,558 Investment in Epsilon Eta (Winthrop) $65,761 Investment in Theta Mu (UMass-Amherst) $20,000 Investment in Eta Upsilon (Miami-OH) $70,000 Investment in Eta Gamma (Colorado) $200,000 Investment in Zeta Theta (Texas-Austin) $100,000 Investment in Iota Rho (Western Illinois) $27,598

TOTAL ASSETS

$488,917

STEPHEN P. DEPALMA INFRASTRUCTURE LOAN FUND The Stephen P. DePalma Pi Kappa Phi Properties designates a Infrastructure Loan Fund (ILF) was board officer position to work with staff established in 1987 by the 41st Supreme and a board committee to support chapters Chapter in Dallas, Texas, to build a corpus through the Infrastructure Loan Fund.  of funds to assist chapters of Pi Kappa Phi in the acquisition of housing. A portion of each member’s initiation fee funds the HISTORICAL CHAPTERS ILF. It is named in honor of Past National YEAR END BENEFITTING President Stephen P. DePalma, Beta Alpha ASSETS FROM THE (NJIT), who was instrumental in the Data used since '98 for comparison STEPHEN P. formation of the ILF. DEPALMA 2016 $1,695,125 The Infrastructure Loan Fund is INFRASTRUCTURE 2015 $1,680,397 administered by Pi Kappa Phi Properties LOAN FUND 2014 $1,618,055 to promote the fund, review applications, 2013 $1,552,329 Tau NC State manage risk, preserve assets and grant 2012 $1,480,982 Alpha Zeta Oregon State loans within prudent business and 2011 $1,402,966 Alpha Lambda Mississippi marketplace terms and conditions. 2010 $1,323,937 Alpha Omicron Iowa State 2009 $1,257,354 Alpha Upsilon Drexel 2008 $1,208,597 Beta Epsilon Missouri 2007 $1,143,036 Gamma Tau North Texas 2006 $1,096,467 Delta Psi Texas Arlington 2005 $1,027,967 Delta Upsilon Pittsburgh 2004 $961,963 Delta Omega Texas A&M 2003 $871,227 Zeta Eta South Florida 2002 $790,282 ASSETS Zeta Theta Texas - Austin 2001 $4,286,210 Zeta Sigma UC Davis 2000 $705,875 Eta Gamma CU Boulder 1999 $630,733 Eta Rho Texas State 1998 $572,492 Eta Upsilon Miami (OH) Theta Delta Florida International Theta Lambda Missouri State Kappa Beta Illinois State

TOTAL ASSETS AS OF 6.30.2016

ILF Cash Notes Receivable

TOTAL

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$478,174 $1,216,951

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OUR

CHAPTERS 2016

RETENTION

2.67 56 84 87%

SPRING ’16

2.68

ALL MEN’S

2.84

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 24 31 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

9/11 6 21 27

OLAMP: 18 JOURNEY: 2 FOU

NPC

ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

$955 $--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

PKC: 9/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 1

HOUSE: 6

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.67 28 24 100% 3.12

ALL MEN’S

3.01

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 5 SPR

5

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

3/6 0 5 5

OLAMP: 15 JOURNEY: 1

TOTAL

ALUM: 6

VOLUNTEERS

-- 1,182 47 $9,883

VOLUNTEERS

BETA CHAPTER

NPC

ALUM

GPA FALL ’15

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.38 71 75 84%

SPRING ’16

3.31

ALL MEN’S

3.23

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 24 31 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 5 21 26

OLAMP: 35 JOURNEY: 3

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

-- 929 16 $4,936 CHAP: 2

GAMMA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP. FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

FUNDRAISING

FALL ’15

$2,563

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$5,864

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

2 1,321 19 $3,068 CHAP: 1

HOUSE: 6

ALUM: 3

DELTA CHAPTER MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.26 82 73 83%

SPRING ’16

3.1

ALL MEN’S

3.09

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

21 3 24 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

2/6 20 0 20

OLAMP: 53 JOURNEY: 2 NPC

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

ALPHA CHAPTER

FOU

GPA FALL ’15

ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

11

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 853 5 $321

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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school year, we have again compiled our Chapter Scorecards to offer a glimpse at the operations of our chapters as our fraternity moves towards our mission. The scorecards on the following pages create a snapshot of our chapters’ achievements over the course of the 2016 calendar year. Each scorecard includes 16 different data points, some new since last year, for you to compare a chapter’s performance to last year.

In addition to these metrics, we hope you enjoy a sampling of our Chapter News Briefs — moments when our mission of developing an uncommon and lifelong brotherhood can be seen most clearly. These updates are submitted continuously by chapters and members for publication on starandlamp.com. We encourage you to visit the site often to learn more about the accomplishments of brothers, chapters, and friends of Pi Kappa Phi across the nation and across the world. 

HOW TO READ THE

SCORECARD:

2

PSI CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

3.43

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

SPRING ’16 ALL MEN’S

0

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

6

27 3 30

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 3 0/43 0 3

IFC RANK

2 Stars represent Seven Objectives of Chapter Excellence score (1-3 stars). If the ribbon is blue, it denotes Champion Master Chapter. If icon is present, it denotes a Founders' Award ( )

13 $--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

14 2

15 16 XX 1,202 48 $9,310

NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 4

GIFTS

HOUSE: 12

TOTAL

ALUM: 12

The Ability Experience

8 Number of volunteers working with chapter (Chapter Advising, Housing Corporations and Alumni Chapter)

13 Total Pi Alpha fundraising for summer events

9 Total undergraduates recognized by the Order of the Lamp for GPA of 3.25 or greater

4 Chapter size at the end of 2015 and 2016

1 0 Journey educational programs provided to the chapter (ie. ASTP, Ladder of Risk, etc.)

6 Number pre-initiated in spring 2016, fall 2016 and 2016 total

12 $856

7 Number initiated in spring 2016, fall 2016 and 2016 total

3 GPA - fall 2015, spring 2016, all the men's average on campus, rank among IFC chapters 5 Retention rate based on the number of pre-initiated men who were then initiated

ABILITY EXP.

OLAMP: 9 -- JOURNEY: 10 4 PKC:117/1

8VOLUNTEERS 1 Chapter designation

1

MAN POWER 3 FALL ’15 2015 2016 5 3.46 63 481 10% GPA

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11 Total number of students who attended Pi Kapp College (Chapter Officers / Emerging Leaders)

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12 Total chapter fundraising 14 Chapter volunteer hours per man Pi Kappa Phi Foundation 15 Total undergraduates in the National President's Circle undergraduate giving club 16 Total living alumni; number of donors; total number of gifts; total dollars given

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IFC RANK

6/26 16 30 46

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

OLAMP: 101 JOURNEY: 2 FOU

NPC

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 12

HOUSE: 4

KAPPA CHAPTER

GPA

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

2015

2016

RETENTION

FOU

NPC

15

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 5

XI CHAPTER

GPA

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.05 51 45 86%

SPRING ’16

2.99

ALL MEN’S

2.75

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

9 5 14

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2/5 8 4 12

OLAMP: 15 JOURNEY: 1 FOU

NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 5

0

PKC: 10/1

2016

RETENTION

3.46 63 81 10%

SPRING ’16

3.43

ALL MEN’S

0

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

27 3 30

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

0/43 0 3 3

ALUM

GIFTS

HOUSE: 12

MAN POWER

2015

2016

3.36 101 94 175% $12,000 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.45 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 0 28 28 $24,883 3.24 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16 SPR

FALL

PER MAN

TOTAL

5

0/33 26 23 49

OLAMP: 63 JOURNEY: 2 FOU

NPC

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 3

HOUSE: 2

2016

RETENTION

ALL MEN’S

3.02

IFC RANK

0 45 45

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

17/31 0 38 38

OLAMP: 1 NPC

NPC

$0

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

ALUM

IFC RANK

MAN POWER 2016

RETENTION

3.09 137 146 63%

SPRING ’16

3.15

ALL MEN’S

2.91

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

19 33 52 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

2/38 19 14 33

OLAMP: 85 JOURNEY: 2 NPC

--

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

ALUM

GPA

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.38 118 107 82%

SPRING ’16

3.45

ALL MEN’S

3.26

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

12 48 60 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

2/25 10 39 49

OLAMP: 66 JOURNEY: 3 NPC

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

SPRING ’16

3.21

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

NPC

10

2.95

IFC RANK

ALUM

NPC

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 10/1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.86 64 82 130%

SPRING ’16

2.71

ALL MEN’S

2.96

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 33 43 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

16/21 34 22 56

OLAMP: 29 JOURNEY: 3

3.2

ALL MEN’S

3.1

IFC RANK

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

CHAP: 2

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

ALUM

$2,600

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

CHAP: 2

3

PKC: 10/2

GIFTS

HOUSE: 7

GPA

MAN POWER

2015

2016

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.05 138 143 67%

SPRING ’16

3.26

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

9 52 61

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

4/18 6 35 41

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 3 NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$10,410

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$7,456

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

15

PKC: 11/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

4 1,076 35 $8,767 CHAP: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ALPHA ETA CHAPTER

SPRING ’16

HOUSE: 2

13 22 35

ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

$1,682

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2 1,217 25 $28,955

GPA

GIFTS

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

NPC

FALL ’15

7 1,197 27 $3,846

TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

OLAMP: 57 JOURNEY: 3

ABILITY EXP.

8

2016

13/45 10 19 29

FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/3

GIFTS

HOUSE: 3

MAN POWER

VOLUNTEERS

$7,075

ALUM

CHAP: 4

2015

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

PKC: 10/8

3.14 99 110 83%

TOTAL

$2,327

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

UPSILON CHAPTER

VOLUNTEERS

$--

$4,005

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

5 701 24 $1,593

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

TOTAL

$208

GIFTS

CHAP: 1

9 29 38

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

19/23 19 6 25

SPRING ’16

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

OLAMP: 36 JOURNEY: 1

ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER

GPA

PKC: 10/2

ALL MEN’S

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2 786 19 $3,200

FALL ’15

$12,224

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 5 11 16

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 14

SPR

OLAMP: 37 JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

2 2,454 90 $87,625 CHAP: 4

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

5 12 17

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2.92

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2016

2.97 68 71 66%

SPRING ’16

GPA

GIFTS

3.17 52 60 94%

ALUM: 4

$3,125

2016

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

10

HOUSE: 6

NU CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

$--

GIFTS

CHAP: 8

2015

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

1 1,583 55 $15,629

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 1

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALUM

CHAP: 1

ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

JOURNEY: 1

NPC

ALUM: 0

$0

5

28/32 8 14 22

TOTAL

-- 1,189 15 $1,233

GPA

ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER FALL ’15

18 0 18

NPC

FALL ’15

GIFTS

10

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 1

GPA

PKC: 10/1

$851

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

9 17 26

VOLUNTEERS

OLAMP: 53 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 7/1

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 4

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

--/-- 15 0 15

FUNDRAISING

0

RETENTION

3.17

IFC RANK

FALL ’15

GIFTS

3.51 67 69 83%

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 10/1

2016

ALL MEN’S

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

ALUM: 6

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ABILITY EXP. FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

0

ALUM: 0

PER MAN

2016

75 77 85%

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

CHAP: 6

2015

TOTAL

$65,502

FALL

RHO CHAPTER

SPRING ’16

$11,792

RETENTION

MAN POWER

2015

0

TOTAL

-- 1,181 27 $15,549

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

-- 1,893 85 $11,862 CHAP: 7

SPR

NPC

OMEGA CHAPTER 2015

2016

5/17 25 0 25

GPA

GIFTS

0

HOUSE: 0

OLAMP: 93 JOURNEY: 1

FALL ’15

HOUSE: 0

$19,893

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3.59 100 105 100% $3,400 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.6 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 25 0 25 $10,550 3.53 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/3

SPRING ’16

$2,590

SPRING ’16

FUNDRAISING

3

CHAP: 6

MAN POWER

VOLUNTEERS

$--

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

MU CHAPTER

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM

2015

TOTAL

$0

GPA FALL ’15

6 68 8 $226

GPA

2 2,209 24 $14,420 CHAP: 5

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2/22 2 6 8

FALL ’15

JOURNEY: 2

3 8 11

IOTA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 34 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

ABILITY EXP.

GIFTS

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

5 1,061 30 $4,775

VOLUNTEERS

3.02

FOU

IFC RANK

SPRING ’16

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 4

2.83 137 134 84%

ALUM: 12

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2015

TOTAL

ALPHA DELTA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

ALUM

CHAP: 2

MAN POWER

GPA

2

2.99

OMICRON CHAPTER

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALL MEN’S

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

2 1,828 22 $1,480

ABILITY EXP.

-- 1,202 48 $9,310 CHAP: 4

FOU

FOU

NPC

NPC

FUNDRAISING

$--

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 4 PKC: 7/1

VOLUNTEERS

15 -- 15

ALUM: 2

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

$856

2016

11/26 13 0 13

GPA

$1,813

HOUSE: 0

3.33

TOTAL

OLAMP: 51 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

FALL ’15

GIFTS

MAN POWER

2015

3.18

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 0

PSI CHAPTER

GPA FALL ’15

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

3 1,294 74 $17,756

VOLUNTEERS

3.37

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

CHAP: 4

3.2 94 126 87%

SPRING ’16

ALUM: 0

$0

15

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

MAN POWER

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALUM

2015

FOU

CHAP: 2

$9,778

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2016

3.2 55 53 73%

L AMBDA CHAPTER

GPA

PER MAN

SPRING ’16

$608

3 998 18 $1,648

FALL ’15

-- 1,296 48 $12,314

ABILITY EXP.

3/24 13 13 26

VOLUNTEERS

NPC

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 3

3/8 7 1 8

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 20 JOURNEY: 1

FOU

FALL

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

3.34 88 83 100% $4,524 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.53 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 12 14 26 $6,200 3.18 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16 SPR

IFC RANK

9 2 11

ALUM: 4

SPRING ’16

IFC RANK

3.11

TOTAL

-- 1,489 52 $16,092

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

3.03

GPA FALL ’15

FOU

17 33 50

3.16 35 50 73%

THETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP. FUNDRAISING

FOU

0

SPRING ’16

RETENTION

FOU

ALL MEN’S

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$1,202

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2016

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.2 79 113 97%

3.25

ALL MEN’S

3.06

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 33 33 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/5 0 32 32

OLAMP: 69 JOURNEY: 2 NPC

FOU

3.17

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

SPRING ’16

GPA FALL ’15

FOU

3.19 138 145 92%

ZETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

RETENTION

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

SIGMA CHAPTER

GPA FALL ’15

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$1,800

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$5,561

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

2 1,419 59 $25,652

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 6

HOUSE: 3

ALUM: 0

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During the weekend of October 22, 2016, Alpha Kappa Chapter at Michigan made it to the finals of the Annual Michigan Mudbowl! The chapter beat out every fraternity on campus in the bracket to face the Michigan Mudbowl Club in the finals, in the mud before the homecoming game on Saturday vs Illinois. Alpha Kappa ended up losing, but it was an amazing feat to even be there for the first time! The event as a whole raised $47,000 for C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. The Alpha Kappa Chapter raised $4,600, the third most of all fraternities. 

TWO PI KAPP PILOTS NAVIGATE FLIGHT

Captain Christopher Allen, Eta Beta (Indiana State), recently had the pleasure to work alongside a fellow Pi Kapp. Christopher and First Officer Barrett Ratliff, Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee State), have known each other for several years so when they were scheduled to work together, they had to grab a quick photo. The two had the pleasure of flying for Air Wisconsin Airlines d.b.a. American Eagle Airlines out of Washington National Airport. This isn't the first time that Christopher has had the luck of working with a fellow Pi Kapp. Check out our first story on starandlamp.com: Brotherhood spans the skies. 

EPSILON OMEGA CHAPTER CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY

The Epsilon Omega Chapter at Texas Tech celebrated their 30th anniversary on April 9, 2016, in Dallas, Texas. Over 100 people attended the formal dinner Saturday evening. It was a great event for everyone to catch up, many people not having seen each other in years. The evening included two wonderful speakers, Regional Governor Jeff Alexander and Epsilon Omega founding father Jim Smith. 

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ANDREW WALTON VOLUNTEERS WITH SHOOT4LIFE MINISTRIES

Andrew Walton, Theta Kappa (Baylor), took a trip to Kumasi, Ghana, last summer. He spent two weeks in serving with Shoot4Life Ministries which conducts basketball camps for kids aged from first grade to high school. 

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ALUM

GIFTS

CHAP: 4

HOUSE: 2

--

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

26/26 9 38 47 NPC

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

2016

RETENTION

3.17 53 71 84%

SPRING ’16

3.15

ALL MEN’S

3.12

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

FOU

ALUM

SPRING ’16

3

20/36 18 13 31

OLAMP: 27 JOURNEY: 1 NPC

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

GPA

FALL ’15

$8,235

21 16 37

PKC: 10/3

GIFTS

CHAP: 6

HOUSE: 0

GPA

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.14 86 100 114%

SPRING ’16

3.08

3.25

ALL MEN’S

3.19

ALL MEN’S

3.18

IFC RANK

IFC RANK

ALUM

GIFTS

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

HOUSE: 8

SPRING ’16

3.04

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.83 61 49 133%

ALL MEN’S

3.08

SPRING ’16

2.97

ALL MEN’S

2.95

IFC RANK

IFC RANK

3/7 6 0 6

NPC

SPR

JOURNEY: 3

FOU

NPC

ALUM

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

2.94 149 145 100%

SPRING ’16

3.01

ALL MEN’S

2.95

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

12 41 53 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

8/22 12 41 53

OLAMP: 62 JOURNEY: 1 FOU

NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 9

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2.91

ALL MEN’S

2.91

IFC RANK

15

PKC: 10/2

GIFTS

HOUSE: 7

RETENTION

7 4 11

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

SPRING ’16

2.85

ALL MEN’S

2.95

IFC RANK

ALUM

---

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

2016

-- 0

RETENTION

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 77 77 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

--/-- 0 0 --

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 6

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

GIFTS

CHAP: 13

HOUSE:

ALUM

CHAP: 5

MAN POWER

2015

2016

SPRING ’16

3.06

ALL MEN’S

3.14

IFC RANK

3.2 25 28 67% --

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

1 8 9 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 0 6 6

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1 NPC

ALUM

GIFTS

MAN POWER 2016

RETENTION

2.92 65 59 88%

SPRING ’16

2.69

ALL MEN’S

2.71

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

SPRING ’16

2.93

0 16 16 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

3.11

IFC RANK

9/10 0 14 14

OLAMP: 27 JOURNEY: 1

NPC

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM:

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

GIFTS

CHAP: 15

HOUSE: 2

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$9,672

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

CHAP: 10

HOUSE: 6

ALUM: 10

BETA GAMMA ASSOCIATE CHAPTER GPA

MAN POWER

---

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

2015



2016

0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 30 30 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 0 0 --

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1 NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$--

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--

PKC: -- / --

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 295 3 $1,356 CHAP: 3

HOUSE: --

ALUM: --

BETA KAPPA CHAPTER

GPA

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2.43 31 43 88%

SPRING ’16

2.83

ALL MEN’S

2.85

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

9 17 26 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

4/6 8 15 23

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

OLAMP: 15 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 8/1

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

-- 932 24 $12,772

ALUM: 0

-- 1,744 37 $46,375

FALL ’15

1

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

--/-- 24 38 62

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/1

TOTAL

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

OLAMP: 95 JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

$10,993

2016

24 38 62

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

15

GIFTS

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

$2,734

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 3

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALUM

CHAP: 4

2.89 205 216 100%

BETA IOTA CHAPTER 2015

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALPHA PSI CHAPTER

SPRING ’16

HOUSE: 0

FUNDRAISING

-- 1,316 20 $2,895

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

10

21

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

FALL ’15

PKC: 10/1

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

15/29 15 5 20

FUNDRAISING

$--

2016

15 6

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

TOTAL

HOUSE: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

1 605 15 $9,945 CHAP: 5

2015

TOTAL

$600

3

PKC: 10/1

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 7/1

GPA

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

CHAP: 6

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

HOUSE: 8

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GIFTS

2.98 28 33 95%

ABILITY EXP.

46

$1,600

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALPHA TAU CHAPTER

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 10/1

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

3 207 17 $549

ALUM: 0

PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

3 47 50

TOTAL

BETA BETA CHAPTER

GPA

-- 706 4 $300

2

PKC: 10/1

-- 305 2 $35

FALL ’15

--

$6,245

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

TOTAL

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

14/14 4 41 45

GPA

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

FALL ’15

GIFTS

RETENTION

FALL

NPC

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: -- / --

2.7

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

7/12 20 16 36

VOLUNTEERS

$--

2016

SPR

ALUM: 12

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 7

OLAMP: 64 JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

2015

TOTAL

$--

2.67

VOLUNTEERS

$1,000

2016

2.62 102 106 90%

SPRING ’16

ALUM: 0

3.33 110 101 97% $24,203 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.28 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 21 16 37 $7,543 3.14 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16

SPRING ’16

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

CHAP: 7

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

1,226 122 $159,551

MAN POWER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

MAN POWER

2015

GPA

ALPHA CHI CHAPTER

BETA THETA ASSOCIATE CHAPTER GPA

ALUM

1

GPA

HOUSE: 14

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

FALL ’15

GIFTS

CHAP: 3

6 18 24

24/30 5 14 19

ABILITY EXP.

0

RETENTION

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

FUNDRAISING

$8,492

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

HOUSE: 0

2.55 25 45 79%

ALUM: 0

$97

CHAP: 2

2015

TOTAL

-- 821 48 $31,807

SPRING ’16

$25,494

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

NPC

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

5/10 4 4 8

FALL ’15

$0

0

PKC: 10/1

OLAMP: 26 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

FUNDRAISING

1 1,599 94 $24,907

VOLUNTEERS

SPRING ’16

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

$--

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GIFTS

MAN POWER

GPA

GIFTS

2.87 53 38 73%

ALUM: 0

BETA ETA CHAPTER

FALL ’15

GPA

FALL ’15

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$4,188

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALPHA L AMBDA CHAPTER FALL ’15

ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER

VOLUNTEERS

$0

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

-- 660 15 $3,450

ABILITY EXP.

MAN POWER

FOU

GPA

CHAP: 2

CHAP: 2

2015

TOTAL

-- 309 3 $360

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 10/1

NPC

BETA ALPHA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

5

12/19 13 15 28

OLAMP: 8

14/28 10 26 36

ALUM: 8

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

TOTAL

3 1,006 42 $5,130

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

ALUM

12 28 40

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 15 JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

$

5 16 21

RETENTION

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2016

10 31 41

ALUM: 0

$5,428

GIFTS

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

FOU

GPA

18

PKC: 8/1

HOUSE: 0

2.99 56 47 15%

ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER FALL ’15

$6,680

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

-- 1,455 47 $27,059

ALUM

CHAP: 8

3.31

IFC RANK

ALPHA PHI CHAPTER

FOU

FOU

NPC

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

-- 811 22 $1,620

GPA

OLAMP: 51 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 6/1

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

FALL ’15

10

12/14 26 15 41

17 5 22

ALL MEN’S

VOLUNTEERS

$125

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

FUNDRAISING

2016

3.31 113 96 90%

3.38

TOTAL

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

4/13 17 5 22

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2016

OLAMP: 22 JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

$--

11 25 36

HOUSE: 4

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

$0

CHAP: 10

MAN POWER

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

10

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

3.27 56 62 100%

ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER FALL ’15

ALUM

2015

TOTAL

3 189 4 $160

VOLUNTEERS

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALPHA XI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$172

SPRING ’16

$11,544

2 1,659 34 $15,613

FOU

2015

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 26 JOURNEY: 3

ALPHA NU CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

10 44 54

TOTAL

1 1,529 31 $2,538

VOLUNTEERS

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

FOU

NPC

PKC: 10/1

2.7

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

0

18/31 10 15 25

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

2.88 105 128 87%

SPRING ’16

ALPHA KAPPA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

RETENTION

FOU

$7,030

13 28 41

2016

FOU

$4,746

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

3.06

IFC RANK

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

ALL MEN’S

68 67 61%

ALPHA IOTA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

3.04

RETENTION

FOU

3

SPRING ’16

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

ALPHA THETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

NPC

ALUM

GIFTS

TOTAL

1 634 21 $1,922 CHAP: 4

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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KOLBY ELLER VISITS WHITE HOUSE FOR IT'S ON US CAMPAIGN

Attending the reception for the It’s On Us campaign and the Violence Against Women Act was truly the experience of a life time for Kolby Eller, Theta Lambda (Missouri State). Not only did he get the uncommon opportunity to meet Vice-President Joe Biden, he also learned more about the campaign that he is so passionate about. Kolby's day consisted of a meeting at the White House with members of the Student Advisory Committee for It’s On Us. Topics included what they were doing on their campuses and how they prepare effective strategies to increase student outreach. The meeting was followed by a reception at the Naval Observatory (the VP’s home). Vice-President Biden came down the stairs and spoke to the room for around 30 minutes about why he is passionate about ending sexual assault and about the Violence Against Women Act (which he introduced to Congress when he was a Senator representing Delaware). After he spoke he then went to his study where he met with each of the Advisory Council members one on one and took a photo with each member. 

SPRING ’16

3.01

ALL MEN’S

0

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 13 16

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0/0 2 13 15

OLAMP: 21 JOURNEY: 1 FOU

NPC

ALUM

GPA

FALL ’15

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

PKC: 7/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 2

HOUSE: 0

SPRING ’16

2.71

ALL MEN’S

0

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

2.67 25 26 50%

SPRING ’16

2.8

ALL MEN’S

2.7

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 7 10 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

3/7 0 5 5

OLAMP: 2 FOU

NPC

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

3/5 3 9 12

$150

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$19,230

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 10/3

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 9

HOUSE: 12

ALUM

GPA

CHAP: 7

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

$5,670 $--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

PKC: 12/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.5 30 32 55%

SPRING ’16

2.32

ALL MEN’S

2.6

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2 9 11 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

0/13 1 5 6

OLAMP: 4 NPC

ALUM: 6

VOLUNTEERS

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

0

ALL MEN’S

0

IFC RANK

$-0

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

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HOUSE: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 22 32 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 5

GPA FALL ’15

$11,000

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$22,900

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER 2016

RETENTION

3.26 66 69 95%

SPRING ’16

3.22

ALL MEN’S

3.17

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

19 0 19 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

25/32 18 0 18

OLAMP: 46 JOURNEY: 2

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 4

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

SPRING ’16

2.64

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

12/12 3 7 10

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 3 NPC

GPA

FALL ’15

31

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 4

CHAP: 1

$245

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

1

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2.82 72 97 92%

SPRING ’16

2.8

ALL MEN’S

2.76

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 26 36 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

4/19 8 25 33

OLAMP: 26 JOURNEY: 3

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

$326

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

BETA PHI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

$--

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

-- 550 98 $5,047

FUNDRAISING

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

$0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

4 9 13

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

-- 816 29 $10,560 CHAP: 1

MAN POWER

2015

2.43 37 43 77%

BETA UPSILON CHAPTER 2015

BETA XI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

-- 290 24 $2,544

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

RETENTION

0/0 0 8 8

FALL ’15

$0

2016

OLAMP: 31 JOURNEY: 1

ABILITY EXP.

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

MAN POWER

2015

2.75 80 73 25%

FUNDRAISING

1 888 9 $1,488 CHAP: 3

BETA NU CHAPTER

FALL ’15

BETA TAU CHAPTER

FALL ’15

GPA

FUNDRAISING

11 366 17 $1,434

TOTAL

8 550 69 $6,190

JOURNEY: 2

NPC

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

5 10 15

FOU

GPA

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 9

BETA OMICRON CHAPTER FALL ’15

2016

2.33 26 24 80%

TOTAL

1 888 13 $1,925

VOLUNTEERS

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

2.77 38 51 94%

BETA MU CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

RETENTION

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

BETA L AMBDA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 835 14 $1,170 CHAP: 11

HOUSE: 5

ALUM: 2

11


2.66

IFC RANK

1 19 20

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

0/15 1 11 12

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1 FOU

NPC

ALUM

$850

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 4

3.15

2.72

FALL ’15

2015

2016

2.89 143 140 91%

SPRING ’16

2.89

ALL MEN’S

2.8

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 58 58

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

9/20 0 53 53

OLAMP: 49 JOURNEY: 2 FOU

NPC

ALUM

NPC

$8,700

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$7,055

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

1

PKC: 10/1 TOTAL

-- 666 8 $224

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 7

HOUSE: 5

2016

RETENTION

2.64 59 77 69%

SPRING ’16

2.74

ALL MEN’S

2.71

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

12 24 36

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

4/13 7 18 25

OLAMP: 28 JOURNEY: 3 FOU

NPC

ALUM: 0

SPRING ’16

2.75

NPC

ALUM

SPRING ’16

PKC: 10/1

CHAP: 4

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

0

GIFTS

HOUSE: 7

MAN POWER

2015

2016

NPC

2.93

$--

4 11 15

ALL MEN’S

0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

100

3/8 4 8 12

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2 NPC

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 550 9 $1,650

CHAP: 12

HOUSE: 1

ALUM: 0

CHAP: 3

GPA

SPRING ’16

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.31 21 21 83% 2.9

ALL MEN’S

3.01

IFC RANK

0 6

ALL MEN’S

2.98

IFC RANK

NPC

ALUM

SPRING ’16

MAN POWER

2015

2016

SPRING ’16

3.17

ALL MEN’S

0

IFC RANK

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0

1/3 0 34 34

OLAMP: 10 JOURNEY: 5 NPC

ALUM

PKC: 8 / --

GIFTS

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

--

IFC RANK

13 20 33

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

--/-- 12 19 31

OLAMP: 17 JOURNEY: 2 NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$482

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$4,577

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 602 9 $2,187

CHAP: 2

GPA

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

ALUM: 0

2015

2016

IFC RANK

SPR

FALL

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

FUNDRAISING

3.09 106 132 93% $14,200 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.18 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 23 17 40 $54,635 3.09 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16 PER MAN

TOTAL

0

7/28 20 17 37

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1 NPC

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

-- 228 3 $235

TOTAL

DELTA ALPHA CHAPTER

$198

4 20 24

2016

--

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

2.95 -- 23 142%

0

PKC: 10/1

HOUSE: 0

27 37 94%

TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GIFTS

CHAP: 0

--

ALL MEN’S

GAMMA PSI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

$3,237

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GAMMA NU CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

-- 613 9 $552

GPA

HOUSE: 5

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

NPC

FALL ’15

4 347 4 $78 CHAP: 3

SPR

9/14 3 20 23

ABILITY EXP.

12

6/14 0 5 5

4 20 24

OLAMP: 18 JOURNEY: 3

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 12 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2016

2.71 51 50 96%

2.97

ALUM: 0

$--

6

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

$0

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

$9,000

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GAMMA L AMBDA CHAPTER

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM

GPA

FALL ’15

5 718 10 $546

ABILITY EXP.

2.76 42 49 80%

17

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

13 4

GAMMA THETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$665

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

3/9 13 4 17

SPRING ’16

PKC: 10/1

RETENTION

OLAMP: 25 JOURNEY: 2

GAMMA PHI CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

0

ALUM

CHAP: 6

2.93

IFC RANK

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

-- 997 14 $3,345

VOLUNTEERS

ALL MEN’S

FALL ’15

$--

13/18 0 20 20

2.86

FUNDRAISING

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

GPA

$9,571

SPR

2016

2.86 45 43 100%

SPRING ’16

VOLUNTEERS

$0

9 23 32

0

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

ALUM: 4

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2016

2.59 74 76 63%

ABILITY EXP.

$0

2015

GPA

TOTAL

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FUNDRAISING

10 128 44 $1,347

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 5

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

GIFTS

2 1,055 5 $1,413

GAMMA TAU CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

4

2/8 2 10 12

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

$5,500

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

IFC RANK

FOU

MAN POWER

$3,020

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

4 16 20

ALL MEN’S

GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER

GPA

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

HOUSE: 0

2016

2.55 42 35 60%

SPRING ’16

TOTAL

-- 544 19 $1,841

VOLUNTEERS

FALL ’15

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

GAMMA EPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

FOU

2.68

GAMMA GAMMA CHAPTER FALL ’15

FOU

2.89 42 43 60%

SPRING ’16

FUNDRAISING

FOU

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

GAMMA BETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

ALUM

PKC: 9/5

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 798 11 $3,050

CHAP: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

JACKSONVILLE STATE

3.0 58 70 79%

SPRING ’16

2.96

ALL MEN’S

2.79

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

13 11 24

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

4/8 11 8 19

GPA

FALL ’15

$2,525

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

FOU

NPC

ALUM

1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

SPRING ’16

3.07

ALL MEN’S

2.85

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ALUM: 3

VOLUNTEERS

3.11 43 54 57%

SPRING ’16

3.0

ALL MEN’S

3.01

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

9 21 30 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

3/9 4 13 17

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$5,860

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

51

NPC

FOU

NPC

ALUM

GIFTS

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 4

HOUSE: 0

SPRING ’16

0

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 7

2.75

GPA

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.59 44 50 83%

SPRING ’16

2.64

ALL MEN’S

2.82

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

2.57

IFC RANK

8 10 18 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

13/14 6 9 15

OLAMP: 14 JOURNEY: 2

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

NPC

ALUM

NPC

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

0

CHAP: 7

HOUSE: 2

GIFTS

CHAP: 4

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.12 101 124 88%

3.23

ALL MEN’S

3.26

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

23 26 49 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

13/21 22 21 43

OLAMP: 49 JOURNEY: 3

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

1 679 20 $3,175

2

PKC: 10/1

--

3.1

ALL MEN’S

3.0

IFC RANK

NPC

ALUM

NPC

5

PKC: 11/1 TOTAL

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ALUM

$--

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--

PKC: -- / --

GIFTS

CHAP: 3

TOTAL

HOUSE: --

ALUM: --

DELTA SIGMA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

$--

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

-- 731 10 $2,272

ABILITY EXP.

-- 468 5 $656 CHAP: 3

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--

0 34 --

ALUM: 3

$430

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2016

--/-- 0 0 --

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

MAN POWER

2015

-- 0

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

DELTA RHO CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

PKC: 10/1

SPRING ’16

-- 661 3 $125

ABILITY EXP.

$--

ALUM

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

5/6 5 19 24

GPA

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

DELTA ZETA ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

$3,532

OLAMP: 12 JOURNEY: 3

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

5 21 26

ALUM: 0

$600

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

779 46 $13,093

CHAP: 1

MAN POWER

2015

2.79 40 45 92%

DELTA L AMBDA CHAPTER FALL ’15

TOTAL

2 540 14 $2,952

ALUM

4

FOU

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 9/2

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

0/6 3 8 11

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

FALL ’15

$11,035

5 8 13

GPA

FUNDRAISING

$539

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

DELTA EPSILON CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 3

DELTA ETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

2016

3.05 57 64 85%

TOTAL

699 60 $4,804

CHAP: 2

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

OLAMP: 24 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

VOLUNTEERS

DELTA DELTA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

RETENTION

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2.87 32 20 75%

SPRING ’16

3.07

ALL MEN’S

3.15

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

5 7 12 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

4/17 3 6 9

OLAMP: 8 NPC

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

DELTA BETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$733

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

2 454 57 $7,031

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 4

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 8

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Curry Cates spent the first days of 2017 trying to save a life thousands of miles and an ocean away. The 20-year-old Oxford, Miss., native and Auburn University junior spent about eight hours in a northern Virginia clinic today as his blood was pumped through a machine to separate life-

GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER ASSISTS WITH HURRICANE MATTHEW RELIEF EFFORTS

On Sunday, October 23, 2016, the brothers of the Gamma Kappa Chapter at Georgia Southern went down to Tybee Island, Ga., to help with the devastating damage caused by Hurricane Matthew. Over 60 brothers were able to assist at six different homes in order to both

A swab of saliva taken from Cates was tested by Be The Match workers when he signed up. In 2016 he received a call that he was a possible match. Cates had blood work done and a physical, and in the first week of December — finals week — he got a call at Auburn that he was a match. Of those registered through the National Marrow Donor Program, it’s rare to find a needed match. Less than one quarter of one percent of all of those registered are selected to donate. Cates and a friend from Auburn, Alex Patrick, flew to Washington, D.C., on New Year’s Eve. Cates would need an injection each morning for five days to boost his blood stem cells before the procedure. While his fellow students celebrated the new year back in Auburn, Cates and Patrick watched a fireworks show twenty minutes south of the capital in Alexandria, Va. Cates said he didn’t mind being away from Auburn on New Year’s Eve because going through the process of trying to save another’s life is “something that I’ll remember forever.” 

clear out and replace some of the damaged items that were a result of the hurricane. It was not only a terrific volunteer effort they were able to put together, it was also a very eye-opening experience. It truly showed everyone to not take anything for granted, to always be grateful and at ease with the beauty that we have in our lives. 

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saving peripheral blood stem cells to be sent to a cancer patient. Cates, speaking by phone from Washington, D.C., said he doesn’t know much about the recipient, other than he’s 23, lives in Paris, France, and has acute myelogenous leukemia, an aggressive form of blood cancer. Patient privacy laws in France are strict, Cates said. However, Cates knows that whoever he is, without the donation of those bloodforming cells, the same found in bone marrow, a man nearly his age and living across the Atlantic, could die. During his freshman year at Auburn Cates signed up to be a donor through the Be the Match Registry, the worldwide stem cell registry program run by the Minneapolis-based nonprofit National Marrow Donor Program. What was previously known as a bone marrow transplant is now called a hematopoietic stem cell transplant and is a common treatment for certain cancers, such as leukemia and multiple myeloma. Since 1987, the program has arranged more than 74,000 marrow and cord blood transplants.


CHAP: 1

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

HOUSE: 0

DELTA OMEGA CHAPTER MAN POWER

2015

2016

2.91 72 82 91%

SPRING ’16

2.96

ALL MEN’S

2.98

FOU

ALUM

ALL MEN’S

PKC: 10/2

2.75

GIFTS

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 3

GPA

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

ALUM: 2

VOLUNTEERS

FALL

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

NPC

ALUM

PKC: 10 / --

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 4

GIFTS

MAN POWER

--

2016

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

SPRING ’16

2.76

NPC

ALL MEN’S

2.68

SPR

FOU

ALUM

3.35

ALL MEN’S

3.32

PKC: 10/3

CHAP: 5

GIFTS

GPA

FALL ’15

--

SPRING ’16

--

ALL MEN’S IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

-- 0

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 0 0 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

NPC

--/-- 0 0 --

--

ALUM

GIFTS

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 1

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HOUSE: --

---

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

2016

-- 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

--

0 0 0 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 0 0 --

$---

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 0 PKC: - NPC

ALUM: --

VOLUNTEERS

ALL MEN’S

2.68

ALUM

GIFTS

HOUSE: --

VOLUNTEERS

NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 5

3.11

ALL MEN’S

3.12

GPA

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.04 47 60 76%

SPRING ’16

2.99

ALL MEN’S

3.08

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

10 24 34 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

NPC

2/7 7 19 26

OLAMP: 19 JOURNEY: 1 NPC

ALUM: --

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

0

ALL MEN’S

2.89

CHAP: 2

2016

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

$1,439

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

0

0/3 2 8 10

OLAMP: 7

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

NPC

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 482 3 $208

CHAP: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

EPSILON PHI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

FALL ’15

HOUSE: 0

TOTAL

HOUSE: 0

2 8 10

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

GIFTS

MAN POWER

TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.05 28 34 86%

SPRING ’16

3.1

ALL MEN’S

2.92

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

6 15 21 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

4/8 4 14 18

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

5 432 26 $763

CHAP: 3

2015

SPRING ’16

1

2

ALUM

2.53 19 20 100%

$--

PKC: 10/1

10

PKC: 10/1

EPSILON RHO CHAPTER

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$--

$4,030

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4 508 20 $18,950

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$1,702

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

$0

ABILITY EXP.

5 14 19

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALUM: 5

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

6/15 4 12 16

EPSILON UPSILON CHAPTER FALL ’15

2016

OLAMP: 23 JOURNEY: 2

FALL ’15

GIFTS

TOTAL

HOUSE: 6

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 0

GIFTS

MAN POWER

2015

SPRING ’16

-- 281 -- $--

CHAP: 4

TOTAL

PKC: 10/1

ALUM

2 287 7 $490

FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 1

11

PKC: 10/1

2.99 56 38 84%

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

EPSILON MU CHAPTER

$0

15/15 21 18 39

OLAMP: 11

TOTAL

-- 435 12 $568 CHAP: 1

SPR

SPR

ALUM: 5

2

RETENTION

$600

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

18 6 24

NPC

$--

23 19 42

IFC RANK

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2016

ABILITY EXP.

1/6 18 5 23

GPA

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 3

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

OLAMP: 31 JOURNEY: 2

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

$--

2.85

FALL ’15

GIFTS

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

MAN POWER

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

CHAP: 9

2015

0

10

FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

$0

2.72 50 67 93%

$--

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.07

EPSILON PI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

GIFTS

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

-- 343 -- $--

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

MAN POWER

2015

SPRING ’16

-- 332 2 $300

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

NPC

GPA

SPRING ’16

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 0 PKC: --

NPC

TOTAL

HOUSE: 1

2.99 52 56 96%

TOTAL

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

EPSILON ETA CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 1

CHAP: 8

GPA

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

--/-- 4 8 12

ALUM: 0

EPSILON TAU ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

ALUM

CHAP: 5

RETENTION

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

PKC: 10 / --

2016

4 9 13

OLAMP: 2

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

HOUSE: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

-- 410 6 $1,110

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--

$5,357

3/8 0 101 101

FUNDRAISING

$--

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 81 JOURNEY: 2

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

SPR

ALUM: 0

EPSILON SIGMA ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

HOUSE: 0

2016

2015

--

5

22 17 39

IFC RANK

6 246 33 $3,763

VOLUNTEERS

--

SPRING ’16

5

2/7 6 6 12

SPRING ’16

MAN POWER

2015

PKC: 8/1

GIFTS

ALUM

PKC: 9/1

6 403 27 $8,280

FALL ’15

0

MAN POWER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2.15 33 32 92%

$--

3.46 -- 93 100%

$1,045

OLAMP: 10 JOURNEY: 3 NPC

GPA

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

CHAP: 2

CHAP: 9

GPA

FALL ’15

GIFTS

ALUM: 0

EPSILON L AMBDA CHAPTER

EPSILON OMICRON CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

6 8 14

IFC RANK

ALUM

ALUM

0

JOURNEY: 1

NPC

1 432 12 $1,438

VOLUNTEERS

-- 615 4 $1,400

$5,903

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

PKC: 10/1

TOTAL

$--

15

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

12/12 3 9 12

$2,510

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--/-- 7 12 19

10 5

$430

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

5 11 16

OLAMP: 3

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 10 JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

2.77

ABILITY EXP.

3/4 13 2 15

$1,142

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

2.97

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

7 17 24

FOU

2015

2.74 30 49 86%

FOU

ALL MEN’S

ALUM: 0

HOUSE: 10

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

EPSILON NU CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

--

-- 393 3 $184

ALL MEN’S

TOTAL

HOUSE: 0

2016

3.15 47 46 100%

8

MAN POWER

2015

SPRING ’16

10

3/6 0 55 55

CHAP: 6

2015

2.86

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2.78 17 32 79%

PER MAN

OLAMP: 39 JOURNEY: 3

SPRING ’16

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

EPSILON IOTA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

ALUM

GIFTS

CHAP: 12

GPA

FALL ’15

PKC: 10/1

ALL MEN’S

EPSILON EPSILON CHAPTER

2 402 6 $367

FOU

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

2016

1.95 21 26 75%

5

PKC: 12/1

MAN POWER

2015

1.83

2 479 24 $2,590

FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 2

NPC

3.25 -- 32 100% $4,100 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.26 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 7 16 23 $-3.1 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16 IFC RANK

ALUM: 6

$--

7

3/8 6 1 7

EPSILON THETA CHAPTER FALL ’15

NPC

$850

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

TOTAL

HOUSE: 4

TOTAL

SPRING ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

23/25 6 18 24

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

6 1

OLAMP: 8

-- 773 49 $29,240

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

3

12/19 11 28 39 NPC

2.94

$--

OLAMP: 24 JOURNEY: 3

MAN POWER

2015

SPRING ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

HOUSE: 0

2.78 25 26 100%

$6,000

14 29 43

IFC RANK

GIFTS

CHAP: 9

GPA

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM

SPR

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

7 22 29

OLAMP: 13 JOURNEY: 3

EPSILON GAMMA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

6

1 462 10 $455

FOU

GPA

FALL ’15

2.88

GPA

FALL ’15

$532

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

DELTA PSI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

NPC

RETENTION

FOU

TOTAL

2016

FOU

VOLUNTEERS

THERON A. HOUSER MOST IMPROVED CHAPTER

GIFTS

ALL MEN’S

OLAMP: 44 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 9/1

-- 794 5 $320

2.73

$--

4/18 16 21 37

PKC: 10/1

SPRING ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

2.56 31 50 83%

$8,238

16 23 39 SPR

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

FOU

ALUM

3.1

DELTA CHI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

4

12/15 10 22 32

OLAMP: 14 JOURNEY: 2 NPC

ALL MEN’S

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

RETENTION

3.37 101 94 95%

3.28

$--

11 25 36 SPR

SPRING ’16

2016

FOU

3.01

IFC RANK

2015

FOU

ALL MEN’S

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

FOU

2.73

GPA

FUNDRAISING

FOU

2.64 85 71 89%

SPRING ’16

DELTA UPSILON CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

DELTA TAU CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$1,830

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$14,707

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

7

PKC: 8/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 460 2 $6,000 CHAP: 12

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 7

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GPA

FALL ’15

3.13 65 72 100% $2,907 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.17 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 14 15 29 $-3.21 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16 SPR

FALL

PER MAN

TOTAL

5

5/7 70 16 86

OLAMP: 45 JOURNEY: 2 FOU

NPC

ALUM

PKC: 11 / --

GIFTS

CHAP: 2

HOUSE: 0

SPRING ’16

2.9

ALL MEN’S

2.9

IFC RANK

2016

RETENTION

2.98 64 63 94%

SPRING ’16

2.97

ALL MEN’S

2.87

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 28 35 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

6/14 16 17 33

OLAMP: 17 JOURNEY: 1 FOU

NPC

ALUM

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

$2,893 5

PKC: 10/1

CHAP: 8

HOUSE: 0

ALUM

CHAP: 5

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

PKC: 9/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 4

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.9 75 81 60%

2.85

ALL MEN’S

3.2

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

14 21 35 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

11/16 9 12 21

OLAMP: 16 JOURNEY: 1

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

$410

EPSILON OMEGA CHAPTER GPA

ALUM

SPRING ’16

2.94

ALL MEN’S

2.75

IFC RANK

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SPR

9/23 13 12 25 NPC

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

$995 $--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

ALUM

CHAP: 7

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

3

3.03

ALL MEN’S

3.19

IFC RANK

2015

2016

RETENTION

71 89 96%

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

12 11 23 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

0/29 12 10 22

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

3.24

ALL MEN’S

3.05

IFC RANK

SPR

NPC

15

PKC: 10/1

$6,189

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

PKC: 10/1

CHAP: 6

GIFTS

HOUSE: 3

TOTAL

ALUM: 7

ZETA NU CHAPTER

GPA

$--

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

-- 592 10 $2,404

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

2/19 6 23 29

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 3

8 25 33

VOLUNTEERS

$4,000

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2016

OLAMP: 40 JOURNEY: 2

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

2015

73 91 88%

TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2.89 84 74 91%

SPRING ’16

3.09

ALL MEN’S

3.02

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

11 22 33 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

0/10 10 20 30

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

OLAMP: 40 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

4 268 11 $5,870 CHAP: 1

MAN POWER

3

ZETA THETA CHAPTER

GPA

PKC: 10/2

GPA

FALL ’15

3 487 15 $2,187

FALL ’15

$--

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

ZETA ALPHA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 24 JOURNEY: 4 PKC: 10/1

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 0

16 24 40

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

$110

2016

2.47 54 46 63%

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

2015

TOTAL

6 231 12 $251 CHAP: 6

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

ZETA ETA CHAPTER

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

JOURNEY: 3

FUNDRAISING

4 449 15 $5,406

FALL ’15

$110

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

NPC

ABILITY EXP.

1 439 9 $2,421

VOLUNTEERS

SPR

5/7 0 2 2

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

1 4 5

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 6

ZETA EPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

2016

2.6 39 29 40%

TOTAL

1 42 1 $20

VOLUNTEERS

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

IFC RANK

EPSILON PSI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

RETENTION

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

EPSILON CHI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

NPC

ALUM

GIFTS

TOTAL

2 475 17 $719 CHAP: 8

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

15


--/-- 0 0 --

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--

ALUM

GIFTS

CHAP: 1

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.66 29 26 100%

SPRING ’16

2.72

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 1

ALL MEN’S

2.82

SPR

IFC RANK

8

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

3/3 7 1 8

OLAMP: 6 FOU

NPC

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

ALUM

PKC: 8/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 5

MAN POWER

2.83

3.09 

SPRING ’16

3.12

ALL MEN’S

3.11

2016

51

RETENTION

0%

ALL MEN’S

2.76

IFC RANK

12 9

21

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

0/28 0 0 0

NPC

FOU

NPC

ALUM

PKC: 10 / --

GIFTS

CHAP: 1

HOUSE: 0

SPRING ’16

2.96

ALL MEN’S

3.09

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

2015

2016

RETENTION

SPR

IFC RANK

FALL

NPC

1

ALUM

GIFTS

GPA

CHAP: 3

HOUSE: 0

ETA PI CHAPTER

FALL ’15

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.95 69 86 97%

SPRING ’16

2.94

ALL MEN’S

2.74

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

7 23 30 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

3/5 6 23 29

OLAMP: 1 FOU

NPC

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

CHAP: 7

2.69

ALL MEN’S

2.82

IFC RANK

OLAMP: 14 JOURNEY: 2 NPC

$-5

PKC: 10/1

SPRING ’16

2.95

ALL MEN’S

2.92

IFC RANK

ALUM

CHAP: 12

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.43 57 43 68%

SPRING ’16

2.24

ALL MEN’S

2.7

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

SPRING ’16

2.82

ALL MEN’S

3

IFC RANK

4 15 19 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

15/15 4 9 13

OLAMP: 7

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 4

VOLUNTEERS

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

2.33

ALL MEN’S

0

IFC RANK

ALL MEN’S

2.68

IFC RANK

2015

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 0 3

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

JOURNEY: 2

NPC

ALUM

2016

3.39 104 107 22%

SPRING ’16

3.38

ALL MEN’S

3.31

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

13 32 45 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

5/22 10 0 10

OLAMP: 82 JOURNEY: 2

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 6

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

SPR

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

ALUM

GIFTS

TOTAL

3 315 19 $696 CHAP: 5

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ALUM: 4

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.13 44 36 67%

ALL MEN’S IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

9 15 24

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

/-- 4 12 16

OLAMP: 16 JOURNEY: 1

VOLUNTEERS

$910

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

PKC: 7/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

5 106 10 $320 CHAP: 4

GPA

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

--

SPRING ’16

--

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

ALUM: 0

1

PKC: 10/1 TOTAL

ALUM: 0

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$2,500

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

6

PKC: 10/2

GIFTS

TOTAL

2 411 3 $190 CHAP: 9

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

ETA UPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

$--

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

19

--/-- 9 9 18

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

$0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

10 9

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2016

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

2015

60 70 95%

TOTAL

-- 475 15 $2,400 CHAP: 1

5 45 50

ALUM: 0

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

RETENTION

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

ETA OMICRON CHAPTER

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

ALUM: 0

ETA THETA CHAPTER

ETA SIGMA CHAPTER

GPA

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

-- 256 4 $396 CHAP: 4

2015

NPC

SPRING ’16

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

HOUSE: 0

4/12 5 38 43

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PKC: 10/1

TOTAL

OLAMP: 39 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

GPA

GIFTS

2/2 2 0 2

FALL ’15

2

2.89

FALL ’15

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

OLAMP: 9

SPRING ’16

ABILITY EXP.

2

CHAP: 1

MAN POWER

FUNDRAISING

$5,500

GIFTS

2.83 71 69 86%

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM

-- 611 27 $1,642

ALUM: 2

$0

7

PKC: 10/1

ETA DELTA CHAPTER

ETA MU CHAPTER

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 10/1

ALUM

CHAP: 3

2.5 33 37 67%

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 0

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

1 342 24 $846 CHAP: 8

14 13 27

TOTAL

$--

TOTAL

2 139 4 $1,066

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

NPC

SPRING ’16

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

RETENTION

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$0

2016

20/23 18 13 31

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

4

PKC: 10/1

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

GPA

$85,300

$2,870

25 45 70

9/20 22 36 58

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$3,887

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 46 JOURNEY: 1

ABILITY EXP.

GIFTS

2.93 58 56 100%

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

2.9

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 6

MAN POWER

2015

GPA

HOUSE: 0

ALL MEN’S

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

$8,027

2016

2.71 105 110 83%

2.92

ETA ETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 9/1

ALUM

CHAP: 6

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

10 855 18 $2,960

VOLUNTEERS

6

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

RETENTION

12 31 43

TOTAL

$--

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

NPC

GPA

$644

10

HOUSE: 0

7/17 10 26 36

FALL ’15

PKC: 10/1

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

OLAMP: 62 JOURNEY: 3

ABILITY EXP.

0

CHAP: 2

2.92 183 166 84%

FUNDRAISING

$1,025

SPRING ’16

$500

GIFTS

MAN POWER

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM

2015

ALUM: 3

$3,925

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ETA GAMMA CHAPTER

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GPA

FALL ’15

1 162 1 $20

ETA RHO CHAPTER

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

6 449 11 $2,445

FALL ’15

$2,200

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

1/1 0 13 13

ABILITY EXP.

HOUSE: 0

14 6 20

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2016

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

-- 256 14 $819

VOLUNTEERS

SPRING ’16

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

2015

TOTAL

-- 216 -- $--

$--

GIFTS

2.64 53 69 65%

FOU

GPA

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FOU

FOU

NPC

NPC

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

15/20 8 9 17

ETA L AMBDA CHAPTER

FALL ’15

PER MAN

ALUM

CHAP: 6

9 10 19

ZETA PHI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 4 PKC: 10/2

ABILITY EXP.

-- 267 28 $1,464

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 21 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

VOLUNTEERS

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

2/12 8 5 13

4 6 10

OLAMP: 12 JOURNEY: 2

ABILITY EXP.

TOTAL

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

3.03 33 43 100% $2,240 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.05 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 8 5 $-13 2.84 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16

2016

0/1 4 4 8

ETA KAPPA CHAPTER

GPA

2.8

IFC RANK

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

2.88 37 25 80%

ALL MEN’S

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

$102

2016

3.15 24 26 89%

TOTAL

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

-- 286 2 $150

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

CHAP: 10

MAN POWER

2015

2.79

ETA ZETA CHAPTER

GPA

2

0

PKC: 10/1

-- 221 12 $630

FALL ’15

$--

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

9/13 1 5 6

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

OLAMP: 18 JOURNEY: 3

SPR

OLAMP: 15 JOURNEY: 2

FUNDRAISING

$4,928

RETENTION

3 9 12

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

FOU

2015

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

2.7 40 42 50%

ETA EPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

SPRING ’16

$960

GIFTS

MAN POWER

ALUM: 0

HOUSE: 0

CHAP: 3

2015

TOTAL

2 314 16 $340

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ETA BETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

$472

ALUM

GPA

FALL ’15

-- 741 4 $897

FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 1

NPC

0/7 9 0 9

ALUM: --

HOUSE: --

14

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 16 JOURNEY: 1

ZETA CHI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

13 1

TOTAL

-- 290 10 $2,621

VOLUNTEERS

2.69

IFC RANK

FOU

FOU

NPC

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

FOU

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 0 PKC: -- / --

2.5 101 75 64%

2.67

ZETA SIGMA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

RETENTION

FOU

--

IFC RANK

SPRING ’16

2016

FOU

0 0 0

ALL MEN’S

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

GPA

FALL ’15

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.03 110 -- 100%

SPRING ’16

--

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

23 0 23 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 0 23 23

OLAMP: 36 JOURNEY: 2 NPC

FOU

--

-- 0

ZETA RHO CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

--

RETENTION

FOU

--

SPRING ’16

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

ZETA XI ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$900

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$7,341

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 7/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 459 17 $2,079

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 7

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ALPHA OMICRON ALUMNUS AND WIFE CELEBRATE WORLD SERIES WITH WEDDING CAKE

Kyle Morrissey, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) and wife Sarah waited a lifetime to see their favorite baseball team in the World Series. For an Overland Park couple, the game was especially sweet. The Morrissey’s storybook romance got its start at Wrigley Field in 2006. “You can’t live that close and not just be engulfed by the spirit,” Kyle Morrissey recalled having once lived two blocks from the Cubs' iconic stadium. They met watching a Cubs game with mutual friends. By 2008, they were living in Kansas City, and engaged. They celebrated the next day, back at the place they first met, cheering on their favorite team, the Chicago Cubs. “Our walk in song at the wedding was 'Go Cubs Go,' it was a natural–it was part of us and part of our story,” Sarah said. When they got married that October they had one other Chicago touch, a portion of their wedding cake designed as a Cubs hat. “I said I was going to keep it frozen until they went to the series and who knows how long it would take for them to be able to get to the World Series.” Friends doubted it too, posting online "that cake may turn to dust before it's ever eaten." But suddenly this past October the Cubs gave them hope. “As they were continuing to win, you project it out and if they win, when is it going to fall? Seeing that it was on our anniversary, it was just a perfect fit,” Kyle said. So they dug out the cake from the freezer and started to unwrap it. “I see blue,” Kyle exclaimed. The bill of the cap, may have fallen victim to the Cubs curse, but otherwise came out unscathed. They each took a bite during the first pitch of the World Series. “It tastes like 8-year-old cake,” Kyle said with a grin. Nevertheless, the moment couldn’t have been any sweeter. 

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Brett Roberts, Iota Tau (Rutgers)

Nik Blanks, Delta Beta (North Georgia)

PI KAPPS RUN WITH THE BULLS

Nik Blanks, Delta Beta (North Georgia)

This summer, Pi Kappa Phi brothers ran with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain. Brett Roberts, Iota Tau (Rutgers), Nik Blanks and Ted Nguyen, from the Delta Beta Chapter (North Georgia), all enjoyed the event. Pamplona is the capital of northern Spain's Navarre province. It’s best known for the Running of the Bulls (Fiesta de San Fermín). During this legendary multi-day festival in July, bulls are led through the city streets by daredevil runners. 

17


IFC RANK

14 20 34

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2/5 13 20 33

OLAMP: 20 JOURNEY: 1 FOU

NPC

ALUM

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

3

PKC: 10/2

GIFTS

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 2

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

NPC

SPR

FALL

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

FALL ’15

PER MAN

21

0/13 19 17 36

OLAMP: 40 JOURNEY: 1 FOU

NPC

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 3

HOUSE: 0

2016

RETENTION

2.99 33 32 67%

SPRING ’16

3.08

ALL MEN’S

3.1

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

SPRING ’16

3

5 7 12

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

2.94

IFC RANK

11/14 4 4 8

OLAMP: 19 JOURNEY: 2

NPC

FOU

NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 10

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

GPA

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.1 97 109 79%

SPRING ’16

3.16

ALL MEN’S

2.93

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

6 51 57 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

2.78

ALL MEN’S

2.89

IFC RANK

4/18 3 42 45

NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 5

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

ALUM

CHAP: 2

1/17 4 13 17

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

12

PKC: 10/1

SPRING ’16

2.74

ALL MEN’S

2.84

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.18 56 68 89% 3.17

ALL MEN’S

3.11

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

15 12 27

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

2/16 12 12 24

OLAMP: 46 JOURNEY: 1

TOTAL

ALUM: 7

VOLUNTEERS

NPC

ALUM

SPRING ’16

--

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

0

PKC: 10/1

2016

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

17 38 55

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

--/-- 42 30 72

OLAMP: 31 JOURNEY: 2 NPC

--

IFC RANK

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$13,230

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/2

NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 2

GPA

2016

RETENTION

3.06 91 77 94%

SPRING ’16

3.07

ALL MEN’S

2.99

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

18 14 32

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

7/16 16 14 30

ALUM: 4

VOLUNTEERS

NPC

SPRING ’16

3.05

ALL MEN’S

0

IFC RANK

ALUM

SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

19/25 0 20 20 NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 4

MAN POWER

ALUM: 0

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

TOTAL

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 3 NPC

12

ALUM

PKC: 9/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

2 258 3 $66 CHAP: 1

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 5

THETA XI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

GPA

FALL ’15

GIFTS

TOTAL

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

9/13 17 11 28

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

GIFTS

HOUSE: 2

3.17 62 71 100% $12,000 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.01 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 17 11 28 $-0 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16

VOLUNTEERS

0

3

PKC: 10/3

THETA KAPPA CHAPTER

ALUM: 0

$--

$4,577

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4 330 7 $255

TOTAL

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$1,533

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 34 JOURNEY: 1

FALL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

0 20 20

SPR

$2,200

TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.34 146 142 81%

SPRING ’16

3.28

ALL MEN’S

2.91

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

25 37 62

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

4/25 18 32 50

OLAMP: 67 JOURNEY: 1

TOTAL ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

-- 188 -- $-CHAP: 6

2016

2016

OLAMP: 22 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

2015

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

2.98 70 88 100%

GPA

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

CHAP: 1

FALL ’15

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

THETA EPSILON CHAPTER FALL ’15

THETA NU CHAPTER 2015

ALUM

ABILITY EXP.

8

0

PKC: 9/1

4 217 7 $510

FUNDRAISING

$9,444

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--/-- 0 0 0

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

ALUM: 0

$0

--

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

0 0 0

VOLUNTEERS

-- 286 1 $17

GPA

GIFTS

2015

2.87 100 112 100%

FALL ’15

$11,513

ALL MEN’S

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

$29,110

GIFTS

--

2015

25 13

TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 4

MAN POWER

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM

CHAP: 9

MAN POWER

--

THETA IOTA CHAPTER

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

11

PKC: 10/1

3 529 87 $9,387

ALUM: 0

$3,426

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

14 43 57

TOTAL

1 187 16 $1,351 CHAP: 5

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

11/14 28 12 40

GPA

GIFTS

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

OLAMP: 37 JOURNEY: 1

FALL ’15

PKC: 10/1

2016

2.82 103 111 70%

ABILITY EXP.

6

SPRING ’16

$3,063

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FUNDRAISING

$--

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

CHAP: 10

2015

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GPA

FALL ’15

THETA DELTA CHAPTER

ALUM: 0

$55

ALUM

ETA OMEGA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

4 330 5 $226

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 2

NPC

GPA

HOUSE: 3

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 1

THETA MU CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

8 212 29 $1,408

IFC RANK

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

11 16 27

VOLUNTEERS

$851

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

4 195 19 $3,697

FOU

FOU

NPC

VOLUNTEERS

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

ABILITY EXP.

15

RETENTION

16/23 10 16 26

FUNDRAISING

OLAMP: 46 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/4

2016

11 21 32

VOLUNTEERS

$--

2.84

ABILITY EXP.

GIFTS

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

$895

ALUM

CHAP: 1

2.76 89 103 81%

THETA L AMBDA CHAPTER FALL ’15

3.16

THETA THETA CHAPTER

GPA

-- 178 17 $3,015

VOLUNTEERS

SPRING ’16

TOTAL

-- 54 1 $150

FALL ’15

PKC: 9/1

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

8/10 18 9 27

ABILITY EXP.

1

RETENTION

OLAMP: 20 JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

$--

2016

17 10 27

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

$878

CHAP: 4

MAN POWER

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

GIFTS

2.9 43 68 100%

THETA ETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

ALUM

2015

TOTAL

6 377 23 $2,317

VOLUNTEERS

5

PKC: 10/1

MAN POWER

2015

3.04 59 62 63%

THETA GAMMA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

TOTAL

-- 579 9 $1,766

FOU

IFC RANK

PER MAN

3/12 0 35 35

ALUM: 0

3.04 70 62 100% $2,000 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.28 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 1 23 24 $20,425 0 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16

FALL

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

THETA ALPHA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

SPR

TOTAL

2 355 5 $317

GPA FALL ’15

3.32 129 132 95% $45,000 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.31 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 0 37 37 $23,870 3.02 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16 IFC RANK

ETA PSI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

2.87

$5,005

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

FOU

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2016

FOU

2.93

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

SPRING ’16

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

2.74 67 65 97%

ETA CHI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

RETENTION

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

ETA PHI CHAPTER

GPA FALL ’15

NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$60,586

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- 314 4 $931

CHAP: 4

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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2016

2.86 35 17

SPRING ’16

2.72

ALL MEN’S

2.77

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

7%

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

4 10 14 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

13/15 1 0 1

OLAMP: 5 FOU

NPC

JOURNEY: 3 ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

32

PKC: 9/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

3 89 3 $59

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 3

18 || SUM2017

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

GPA

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2.35 29 27 55%

SPRING ’16

2.82

ALL MEN’S

2.82

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 17 20 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

0/2 2 9 11

OLAMP: 15 JOURNEY: 3 NPC

THETA RHO CHAPTER

THETA PI CHAPTER

FALL ’15

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$403

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$4,280

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

12

PKC: 10/3

GIFTS

CHAP: 5

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.94 56 57 85%

SPRING ’16

3.03

ALL MEN’S

2.8

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

11 22 33 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

3/11 7 21 28

OLAMP: 27 JOURNEY: 1 NPC

TOTAL

ALUM: 8

VOLUNTEERS

9 129 23 $297

VOLUNTEERS

GPA

FALL ’15

ALUM

GPA

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

$10,686 $--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

9

PKC: 10/2

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

--

92 95 62%

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

17 35 52 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 8 24 32

FUNDRAISING

$5,456

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$15,112

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/4

TOTAL

ALUM: 7

VOLUNTEERS

3 120 17 $249 CHAP: 6

THETA SIGMA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

THETA OMICRON CHAPTER

NPC

ALUM

GIFTS

TOTAL

5 221 20 $1,029 CHAP: 4

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 7

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OMEGA CHAPTER HOSTS 6TH ANNUAL ARCTOBERFEST

For the sixth consecutive year, the Omega Chapter at Purdue University hosted a Halloween-themed costume party for a local agency that serves people with disabilities. “Arctoberfest,” is a one-night event that brings about 50 clients and family members from the Arc of Tippecanoe. The Omega Chapter has hosted the group in 2011. Chapter members, along with Best Buddies, participated in carnival games such as bag tossing and free throw shooting and also dancing. More than 100 attended the event on Oct. 25 in the fraternity house parking lot and lawn. Prizes were given for the scariest, most creative and most original costumes. The most creative, for example, went to a woman in a wheelchair made up into a sleigh and she dressed as Mrs. Santa Claus. 

SPRING ’16

3.16

ALL MEN’S

2.87

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

16 12 28 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

2/6 13 11 24

OLAMP: 31 JOURNEY: 2 FOU

NPC

ALUM

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

10

PKC: 9/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 9

HOUSE: 0

GPA

SPRING ’16

2.6

2016

RETENTION

3.04 55 46 91%

SPRING ’16

3.02

ALL MEN’S

2.69

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALL MEN’S

2.71

IFC RANK

8 14 22 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

8/13 6 14 20

OLAMP: 20 JOURNEY: 2 FOU

NPC

ALUM

14/15 8 15 23

VOLUNTEERS

NPC

$16,536 25

PKC: 10/1

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 7

HOUSE: 0

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

3.05 73 51 96%

SPRING ’16

2.98

ALL MEN’S

3.01

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 26 26 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

4/5 0 25 25

OLAMP: 18 JOURNEY: 2

TOTAL

ALUM: 4

VOLUNTEERS

7 127 13 $835

GPA

FALL ’15

NPC

ALUM

SPRING ’16

3

ALL MEN’S

0

IFC RANK

5/11 4 26 30

NPC

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

5

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HOUSE: 0

GPA

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

$1,300 $--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

4

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.7 32 52 87%

2.85

ALL MEN’S

2.96

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

13 18 31 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

1/9 11 16 27

OLAMP: 14 JOURNEY: 2

TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

2.67

ALL MEN’S

2.78

IFC RANK

15/16 5 16 21 NPC

9

PKC: 11/1

HOUSE: 0

$200

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

CHAP: 0

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

TOTAL ALUM: 0

IOTA EPSILON CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

$1,325

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

-- 79 1 $16

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 24 JOURNEY: 1

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

$1,600

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

5 17 22

ALUM: 10

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

2.89 35 30 82%

SPRING ’16

2.9

ALL MEN’S

2.93

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

9 2 11 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

0/6 6 3 9

OLAMP: 12 JOURNEY: 2

TOTAL ALUM: 4

VOLUNTEERS

1 68 1 $19 CHAP: 8

MAN POWER

2015

2.67 52 59 95%

IOTA BETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

PKC: 10/1

ALUM

CHAP: 2

THETA CHI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

-- 135 -- $--

ABILITY EXP.

$--

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

RETENTION

3 35 38

ALUM: 0

$714

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

-- 91 8 $217 CHAP: 3

MAN POWER

2015

3.05 62 70 79%

IOTA ALPHA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM

CHAP: 7

THETA PHI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

3 115 4 $107

ABILITY EXP.

$4,754

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 20 JOURNEY: 2

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

10 15 25

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

2016

2.56 55 60 92%

THETA PSI CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

-- 159 1 $1,500

VOLUNTEERS

THETA UPSILON CHAPTER FALL ’15

FOU

3.13 76 69 86%

FUNDRAISING

FOU

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

THETA TAU CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$570

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

11

PKC: 9/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

2 52 12 $880 CHAP: 4

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 9

19


NPC

FOU

5

JOURNEY: 2 ALUM

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 1

HOUSE: 0

--

IFC RANK

--/-- 4 11 15 NPC

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

2016

RETENTION

2.68 48 44 64%

SPRING ’16

2.6

ALL MEN’S

2.66

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 19 22

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

3/7 1 13 14

GPA

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

12

OLAMP: 22 JOURNEY: 2 FOU

NPC

ALUM

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 4

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FALL ’15

2015

2016

2.91 47 59 69%

SPRING ’16

3.22

ALL MEN’S

2.84

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

13 26 39

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2/7 10 17 27

FUNDRAISING

$5,965

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2

ALUM

GIFTS

CHAP: 3

HOUSE: 0

2016

2.78 26 13

SPRING ’16

--

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

RETENTION

0%

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 19 19

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

--/-- 0 0 0

OLAMP: 6

JOURNEY: 1

ALUM

GPA

GPA

2016

FALL ’15

2.93 60 63 94%

SPRING ’16

3.03

ALL MEN’S

2.83

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

9 25 34

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0/13 9 23 32

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1 FOU

NPC

ALUM

IFC RANK

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: -- / --

CHAP: 6

SPRING ’16

3.06

ALL MEN’S

2.92

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

SPRING ’16

2.91

ALL MEN’S

3

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

12 6 18

22/35 12 6 18 NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 4

3.26

ALL MEN’S

3.14

IFC RANK

0

GIFTS

MAN POWER 2016

RETENTION

SPRING ’16

2.98

ALL MEN’S

2.75

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

8 28 36 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

5/10 7 25 32

OLAMP: 35 JOURNEY: 3 NPC

TOTAL

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

SPRING ’16

3.03

ALL MEN’S

2.82

IFC RANK

13

HOUSE: 0

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

8 30 38

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

SPRING ’16

2.92

ALL MEN’S

2.81

IFC RANK

ALUM

CHAP: 4

3.2

ALL MEN’S

2.87

IFC RANK

MAN POWER 2016

RETENTION

2.34 53 53 100%

SPRING ’16

2.72

ALL MEN’S

2.75

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 14 14 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

10/13 0 17 17

OLAMP: 11

TOTAL ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEERS

NPC

JOURNEY: 1 ALUM

SPRING ’16

3.24

ALL MEN’S

2.97

IFC RANK

2015

2016

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/4 TOTAL

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

1 19 20 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

NPC

ALUM: 4

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

0/4 1 15 16 ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$3,001

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$8,000

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

3 28 5 $180 CHAP: 3

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

KAPPA ALPHA CHAPTER

SPRING ’16

ALUM: 0

$2,893

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

OLAMP: 23 JOURNEY: 1

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

GPA

4

ALUM

CHAP: 2

3.35 41 38 80%

FALL ’15

PKC: 10/1

ALUM: 0

IOTA PHI CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

$5,581

TOTAL

4 53 6 $148

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

3 15 4 $84 CHAP: 5

10 17 27

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

6

PKC: 10/1

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

$0

2016

NPC

GPA

GIFTS

2015

1/11 9 17 26

IOTA OMEGA CHAPTER 2015

$3,675

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GIFTS

OLAMP: 23 JOURNEY: 1

FALL ’15

0

$525

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/1

ALUM

CHAP: 2

3.14 41 42 96%

VOLUNTEERS

$--

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

FUNDRAISING

IOTA RHO CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

7 31 38

ALUM: 0

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM: 0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

4 77 4 $77

SPRING ’16

$2,162

2016

NPC

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

2015

9/20 5 29 34

GPA

PKC: 10/1

7

PKC: 10/1

HOUSE: 0

OLAMP: 22 JOURNEY: 2

FALL ’15

4

CHAP: 5

MAN POWER

ABILITY EXP.

$--

$45

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GIFTS

2.83 80 76 89%

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$4,604

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IOTA NU CHAPTER

ALUM: 0

$5,000

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

3 82 5 $125

TOTAL

4 79 7 $79

GPA

PKC: 10/1

2016

2/8 6 25 31

FALL ’15

$2,379

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

HOUSE: 0

3.03 101 46 82%

VOLUNTEERS

1 32 1 $20 CHAP: 1

2015

ALUM: 0

$4,312

ALUM

CHAP: 3

MAN POWER

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

JOURNEY: 2

NPC

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

4/7 0 6 6

IOTA UPSILON CHAPTER

IOTA PSI CHAPTER 2015

34 18 52

9 7 16

OLAMP: 9

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

$484

2016

69 71 38%

ALUM: 0

-- 70 -- $--

GPA

PKC: 10/1

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

NPC

FALL ’15

$--

2016

OLAMP: 45 JOURNEY: 1

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2.82

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

GIFTS

2/9 33 17 50

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

3.03 48 64 89%

SPRING ’16

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

ALUM: 0

$0

ALUM

CHAP: 2

3.24 104 100 96%

2.67

IOTA PI CHAPTER

TOTAL

-- 67 -- $--

GPA

0

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 18 JOURNEY: 2

FALL ’15

PKC: 10/2

RETENTION

2.87 64 63 100%

ABILITY EXP.

$--

2016

8

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

8 40 8 $160

GPA

GIFTS

RETENTION

0 8

NPC

FALL ’15

HOUSE: 0

2016

2/4 0 5 5

IOTA TAU CHAPTER

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ALUM

CHAP: 1

0

PKC: 10/1

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: 10/1

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

HOUSE: 0

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

0

CHAP: 3

3.07 27 26 63%

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

SPRING ’16

$0

GIFTS

MAN POWER

ALUM: 0

PER MAN

ALUM

2015

TOTAL

1 98 16 $266

ALUM: 0

$8,577

FALL

NPC

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

SPR

TOTAL

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

RETENTION

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 2

GPA

$0

2016

1/3 10 9 19

FALL ’15

GIFTS

2015

VOLUNTEERS

7 49 21 $307

VOLUNTEERS

GIFTS

HOUSE: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

IOTA MU CHAPTER

GPA

2

GPA

FALL ’15

2 43 2 $39

FALL ’15

3.44 77 71 100% $1,406 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.32 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 10 9 $7,084 19 2.95 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16

ABILITY EXP.

GIFTS

RETENTION

ALUM

CHAP: 5

MAN POWER

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

1

IOTA IOTA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

JOURNEY: 2

NPC

ABILITY EXP.

PER MAN

2

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

4/11 0 1

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

1 1

OLAMP: 5

75 Years IOTA OMICRON CHAPTER

IOTA CHI CHAPTER

FALL ’15

2.85

IFC RANK

VOLUNTEERS

4 106 46 $2,078

ALUM: 0

-- 42 5 $209 CHAP: 2

FALL

NPC

FOU

FOU

NPC

VOLUNTEERS

RETENTION

2/8 13 15 28

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

OLAMP: 67 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/2

IOTA SIGMA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

SPR

TOTAL

-- 55 -- $--

IFC RANK

FOU

FOU

NPC

ALL MEN’S

Founded 1940

OLAMP: 31 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 9/1

VOLUNTEERS

2.78

TOTAL

3.18 83 100 100% $3,360 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.27 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 13 15 28 $2,596 3.14 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

ALUM: 0

IOTA XI CHAPTER

GPA

15

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 1

2015

TOTAL

5 67 19 $312

VOLUNTEERS

$3,645

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2016

2.32 18 18 50%

SPRING ’16

IOTA L AMBDA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

$2,547

ALUM

$713

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

10 56 10 $193

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 15 JOURNEY: 2

IOTA KAPPA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

6 15 21

TOTAL

-- 51 -- $--

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

--/-- 0 6 6

OLAMP: 8

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

7

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

2.81 36 45 71%

IOTA THETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

0 7

SPRING ’16

$1,800

RETENTION

FOU

--

IFC RANK

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

2016

MAN POWER

2015

2016

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.41 32 40 100%

3.48

ALL MEN’S

3.32

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

3 3 SPR

6

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

0/18 3 3 6

OLAMP: 35 JOURNEY: 1 NPC

FOU

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

--

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

2.66 24 27 86%

SPRING ’16

IOTA ETA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

RETENTION

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

IOTA ZETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$149

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 8/1

GIFTS

TOTAL

3 20 4 $86

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 10

HOUSE: 0

ALUM: 0

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A Colorado State Ram and a Florida Gator were on the hunt for roses in the lastest seasons of "The Bachelorette." The ABC dating show features a pool of eligible men, among them in season 12 was Chase McNary, Zeta Phi (Colorado State). In the most recent season, Bryan Abasolo, Alpha Epsilon (Florida). 

McNary

Abasolo

DELTA ETA MAINTAINS RELATIONSHIP WITH HORIZON VILLAGE As it has been for many, many years, the Delta Eta Chapter at Morehead State serves Horizon Village as their local philanthropy, where the members spend their personal time to hangout, play games, and serve these amazing people. As stated by undergraduate and alumni members alike, the residents of Horizon are a part of the chapter members' lives as much as the brothers are for each other. This past semester, they held two huge events for the residents. Pictured

ZETA CHAPTER HOSTS JOY PROM FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

The Village Center at Wofford College was transformed into a luau, as high school students danced the night away amid palm trees, grass skirts and tiki torches. “The Joy Prom is an annual event hosted by Zeta Chapter at Wofford for high school students with special needs,” said event coordinator Matthew Yochum, Zeta (Wofford). “We decorate a venue to a theme and then host the prom,” Yochum said. When Center students arrivedin the village, they walked a red carpet with a paparazzi-like welcome by a group of Wofford students — including multiple photographers who snapped pictures of the guests. Seventeen students from Boiling Springs, Chesnee, Dorman, McCarthy Teszler and Spartanburg high schools came to the event decked out in sharp tuxes and beautiful dresses. “I love the Joy Prom,” said Wofford sophomore Meggie Bloodworth. “I think it's a great thing to do, and I like getting to meet new people.” 

above is our Horizon Prom, an annual event apart of our No Boundaries Week. The residents pick a theme every year, and this year was themed “Cowboy!” The chapter also held a recruitment event at Horizon, where they had 25 potential new members. For a fun activity to do with the potential new members and the residents, they tied dyed shirts with USA colors! They don't just change the lives of the Horizon Village residents, they change there own, forever! 

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0/14 19 38 57

OLAMP: 32 JOURNEY: 2 FOU

NPC

ALUM

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

0

PKC: 10/1

GIFTS

CHAP: 3

HOUSE: 0

2.9

ALL MEN’S

2.87

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

RETENTION

2.89 57 53 88%

SPRING ’16

2.8

ALL MEN’S

2.81

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

8 16 24

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

6/18 8 13 21

4/7 1 7 8

VOLUNTEERS

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

8

ALUM

GIFTS

CHAP: 1

HOUSE: 0

2016

3.01 26 28 100%

SPRING ’16

--

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

4 11 15

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

--/-- 0 31 31

OLAMP: 11

JOURNEY: 1

FOU

NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$500

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

5

PKC: 8 / --

GIFTS

CHAP: 2

HOUSE: --

2.96

IFC RANK

1/11 0 6 6

NPC

SPRING ’16

3.02

ALL MEN’S

3.01

IFC RANK

2016

-- 15

RETENTION

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

14 2 SPR

16

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

GPA

3/9 0 0 --

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 3

IFC RANK

FOU

NPC

ALUM

5

PKC: 11/1

FALL

2.94

ALL MEN’S

3.03

IFC RANK

ALUM

8/8 0 11 11

NPC

---

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

-- 0

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 20 20 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 0 0 --

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

TOTAL ALUM: --

VOLUNTEERS

NPC

ALUM

--

SPRING ’16

2.8

ALL MEN’S

2.73

IFC RANK

--

IFC RANK

-- 34

RETENTION

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

41 12 53

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 9

ALUM: --

VOLUNTEERS

JOURNEY: 3

NPC

ALUM

CHAP: 1

NPC

$-0

PKC: 10/1

SPRING ’16

3.25

ALL MEN’S

2.94

IFC RANK

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

$-$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--

PKC: -- / --

---

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

-- 0

RETENTION

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 58 58 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 0 0 --

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1 NPC

TOTAL ALUM: --

VOLUNTEERS

ALUM

SPRING ’16

3.01

ALL MEN’S

2.88

IFC RANK

2016

10

PKC: 10/1 TOTAL

ALUM: --

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

--

INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

2/7 0 0 --

JOURNEY: 2

NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$239

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

15

PKC: -- / --

GIFTS

TOTAL

1 1 2 $31

CHAP: 2

HOUSE: --

ALUM: --

ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

SPRING ’16

--

$16,382

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GIFTS

61 22 83

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: -- / --

$575

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: --

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

OLAMP: 5

ABILITY EXP.

GIFTS

2015

ALUM: --

$--

ALUM

CHAP: 1

-- 60

TOTAL

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

MAN POWER

--

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: --

6 12 18

FUNDRAISING

KAPPA NU CHAPTER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

ALUM: 0

6 15 6 $118

GPA

---

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

-- 0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 29 29 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 0 0 --

FUNDRAISING

$--

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 0 PKC: -- / --

TOTAL ALUM: --

VOLUNTEERS

-- -- -- $-CHAP: 2

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

NPC

ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

GPA

TOTAL

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

0/17 38 8 46

FALL ’15

GIFTS

2016

OLAMP: 20 JOURNEY: 3

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: -- / --

3

PKC: 10/1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

FUNDRAISING

3

CHAP: 4

2015

VOLUNTEERS

$--

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GIFTS

2.96 30 36 100%

ALUM: --

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

$0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

KAPPA IOTA CHAPTER

TOTAL

$108

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

5 10 5 $97

GPA

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 13 7 20

FALL ’15

HOUSE: --

SPR

VOLUNTEERS

1 1 $20

14 10 24

OLAMP: 16 JOURNEY: 1

ABILITY EXP.

GIFTS

0/-- 0 0 --

FALL ’15

GIFTS

2016

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: 0

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

39 53 83%

TOTAL

$0

2016

--

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: --

MAN POWER

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: --

ALUM

CHAP: 6

2015

TOTAL

-- -- -- $-CHAP: 3

5

PKC: 10/3

2015

--

ALL MEN’S

KAPPA MU CHAPTER

GPA

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

$1,225

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

-- 7 -- $--

FALL ’15

HOUSE: --

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: 13 JOURNEY: 2

ABILITY EXP.

GIFTS

CHAP: 2

14 8 22

VOLUNTEERS

PKC: 10 / --

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUM: --

0

2016

3.1 43 46 50%

FUNDRAISING

TOTAL

SPRING ’16

$3,099

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

2015

MAN POWER

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

CHAP: 5

GPA

FALL ’15

6 21 20 $221

TOTAL

PER MAN

ALUM

KAPPA EPSILON CHAPTER

FUNDRAISING

KAPPA THETA CHAPTER

ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

SPRING ’16

HOUSE: --

SPRING ’16

$2,681

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

NPC

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

-- 0 -- $--

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

GIFTS

CHAP: 1

SPR

NPC

GPA

-- -- -- $--

VOLUNTEERS

RETENTION

OLAMP: 15 JOURNEY: 3

FALL ’15

4

2016

SPR

3/7 15 13 28

GPA

GIFTS

16 13 29

OLAMP: 19 JOURNEY: 2

FALL ’15

3/29 40 27 67

ABILITY EXP.

PKC: -- / --

0

IFC RANK

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

3.51 -- 25 100% $2,638 SPRING ’16 PI ALPHA ’16 FUNDRAISING 3.4 SPRPRE-INITIATED FALL TOTAL ALL MEN’S 8 12 20 $-3.24 VOLUNTEER HRS INITIATED ’16

FUNDRAISING

$--

ALL MEN’S

FUNDRAISING

HOUSE: --

MAN POWER

2015

VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

2.77

ALUM: 0

$4,000

2016

2.64 33 51 97%

SPRING ’16

KAPPA L AMBDA CHAPTER FALL ’15

ALUM: --

$1,050

ALUM

CHAP: 1

MAN POWER

2015

TOTAL

4 11 4 $79

FOU

--

MAN POWER

2015

21

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1

ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

14 7

TOTAL

6 2 6 $117

VOLUNTEERS

ALL MEN’S

RETENTION

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEERS

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

3.13

2016

47 37 29%

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

--

ALUM: 0

KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

5

PKC: 10/1

HOUSE: 0

MAN POWER

TOTAL

2 22 2 $39

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

GIFTS

CHAP: 3

2015

FOU

FOU

NPC

$300

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

KAPPA ETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

$--

ALUM

GPA

FALL ’15

6 12 6 $118

ABILITY EXP.

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

JOURNEY: 1

NPC

FUNDRAISING

$3,425

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

ALUM: 0

OLAMP: 18 JOURNEY: 0 PKC: 10/1

VOLUNTEERS

3 7 10

OLAMP: 4

KAPPA ZETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

TOTAL

2 72 2 $38

VOLUNTEERS

2.42 17 14 80%

SPRING ’16

KAPPA DELTA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

FUNDRAISING

FOU

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

SPR

RETENTION

FOU

19 48 67

2016

FOU

2.88

IFC RANK

$445

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

ALL MEN’S

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

GPA

FALL ’15

FOU

2.66

FUNDRAISING

FOU

2.61 73 110 85%

SPRING ’16

KAPPA GAMMA CHAPTER

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

FOU

2016

FOU

MAN POWER

2015

FOU

KAPPA BETA CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

NPC

ALUM

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- -- -- $-CHAP: 4

HOUSE: --

ALUM: --

ASSOCIATE CHAPTER

GPA

FALL ’15

--

SPRING ’16

--

ALL MEN’S

--

IFC RANK

MAN POWER

2015

2016

-- 0

ABILITY EXP.

RETENTION

--

PRE-INITIATED ’16 SPR FALL TOTAL

0 44 44 SPR

INITIATED ’16 FALL TOTAL

--/-- 0 0 --

OLAMP: -- JOURNEY: 1 FOU

NPC

ALUM

FUNDRAISING

$--

PI ALPHA FUNDRAISING

$--

VOLUNTEER HRS PER MAN

--

PKC: -- / --

GIFTS

TOTAL

-- -- -- $--

VOLUNTEERS

CHAP: 8

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HOUSE: --

ALUM: --

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TROY PI KAPPS RAISED FUNDS FOR A WORTHY CAUSE

Gamma Gamma at Troy brothers are raised funds for a local professor on campus. Mr. Joseph Arnold was a first year professor at Troy University. While visually impaired, he does not let this disability hinder him. He triumphs over this adversity every single day, and is an outstanding professor.

Last year, Mr. Arnold received a phone call at work, explaining that his house had just burned to the ground. Yes, the insurance was covering many costs, but it was not replacing one valuable item in particular, his eSight. This piece of equipment allows Mr. Arnold to see, which enables him to more easily prepare lesson plans, grade work and most importantly see his family. It was an overall improvement to his quality of life, and the chapter

wanted to see the campus come together and replace the eSight. On October 6, 2016, the Troy Pi Kapps held several events to raise funds for Mr. Arnold at the Trojan Center Quad throughout the day. Events included a 24-hour stationary bike ride, a BBQ, bake sale, as well as "empathy cornhole" (blindfolded). In total, they raised $15,000 including a Circle of Giving Grant from The Ability Experience.

ETA THETA CHAPTER HOSTS PI KAPPA PALOOZA 2017

The Eta Theta Chapter at San Francisco hosted their biggest philanthropic event of the year. They had a huge turn out in the SOMA area of San Francisco. With two stages, theywere able to accommodate brothers who were aspiring artists to put their talents on display. Rob $tone, Caye and Love and Keef performed alongside them as well. 

BETA IOTA BROTHERS WIN FIRST IN SONGFEST

The Beta Iota Chapter at Toledo again captured one of the University of Toledo's long-standing traditions by placing 1st at Songfest in the Men's Division. 

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. RVANT LEADERSHIP FORT Y YEARS OF SE n ous time for the America The 1970s were a tumultu mbership waning and college fraternity. With me al g-term benefit of fratern many questioning the lon Director Durward W. organizations, Executive ed to consider our future. Owen, Xi (Roanoke), paus

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If Pi Kappa Phi was going to remain relevant in the years ahead, what would it take? Durward ultimately determined that our students needed an opportunity to directly engage in service to others. While the concept seems obvious by modern standards, the proposition was unheard of at the time. Through his work with the North Carolina Governor’s Advocacy Council for Children and Youth, as well as the Western Carolina Center, Durward learned about the challenges facing people with disabilities. There was no particular personal attachment to this cause, as he would later share; instead, it was a recognition of the need to advocate for this underserved population coupled with a desire to create hands-on service opportunities for the members of Pi Kappa Phi that ultimately led us to 40 years of service advocating for the abilities of all people. In reviewing the proposal for a “school of advocacy” within Pi Kappa Phi aimed at raising awareness about the disability community, John Wilson, Eta (Emory), aptly challenged the initial concept. While advocacy was important, he noted, even more critical was a need to give every brother of Pi Kappa Phi the opportunity to directly contribute to service to others — the fraternity needed to offer something hand-ons to our members across the country. And so began Durward’s friendship with Thomas Hart Sayre [later an alumnus initiate at Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill)], a local artist working at the Western Carolina Center. By trade, Sayre was a sculptor. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he believed that people with disabilities could achieve far more than society expected, both personally and developmentally, if they were better accommodated at an early age. Those who knew Sayre from his childhood considered him brilliant — a person with a propensity for creativity, empathy and independence. As a young adult, that brilliance shined forth in his art — the vehicle through which he designed environments better suited to the needs of people with disabilities. The director of the Western Carolina Center hired Sayre to create a shared, outdoor playground for the children with disabilities they served. Since the budget for the state-run healthcare facility did not include a line item for a sculptor, Sayre took on the title of janitor and set to work.

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“I remember the face of a young woman [at a service camp]… The look on her face was one of gratitude to be sure, bemusement at seeing all the flurry of activity on her behalf, but, and most importantly, a look of empowerment: that her life was being extended, deepened, enriched by the fact that she was going to be able to get on her own horse.” Thomas Sayre at a play unit

Thomas Sayre

Artist, Hall of Fame

Durward Owen, Dr. Iverson Riddle, Thomas Sayre

Recalling their first meeting, Durward described Sayre as a caring, intelligent and sensitive person. While the two may have come from different backgrounds and different life experiences, they shared a common goal: To better the lives of others and the world around them through their work. As their relationship and friendship grew, Pi Kappa Phi began to fund some of Sayre’s work. And so began the early foundations of Project P.U.S.H. Originally called Play Units for the Severely Handicapped (P.U.S.H.) in recognition of Sayre’s endeavors, this homegrown service project became an opportunity for brothers across

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the country to directly impact local communities and to show a side of fraternity that society saw far too infrequently — a fraternity that was strong enough to care and to defy the stereotype. The 36th Supreme Chapter overwhelmingly adopted P.U.S.H. as the national service project of Pi Kappa Phi in 1977 and encouraged our chapters to raise funds to support the installation of play units benefiting people with disabilities across the country. That support allowed the play units designed by Sayre to be installed from Pennsylvania to Idaho within just a few years; and so the movement grew, from an idea born in the mountains of North Carolina to a truly national cause for the brothers of Pi Kappa Phi. As chapters continued to raise funds and awareness for the work of this fledgling non-profit, a recent graduate of the Chi Chapter (Stetson) embarked on a fundraising journey for P.U.S.H. in the summer of 1987 after graduating law school. Asking friends and family to sponsor each mile of his trip from Oregon to Virginia, Bruce Rogers decided

to cycle across the country in support of people with disabilities, raising $2,000 as he traveled 3,000 miles over the next three months. That initial adventure inspired student Jim Karlovec, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green), to begin plans for a ride and Ken Kaiser, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green), working then on the P.U.S.H. staff, to create the first summer cycling event in 1988. With a vision often described as too lofty, Kaiser and recent-graduate T.J. Sullivan, Alpha Psi (Indiana), envisioned the opportunity: Brothers from across the country cycling, volunteering, and working with community partners serving people with disabilities. That summer, “P.U.S.H. America” set off with 25 brothers from across the U.S. and raised over $50,000. The team was organized by Jim Karlovec; and from the beginning, their trip was always about more than just fundraising. Dozens of stops were scheduled along the route allowing the cyclists to educate community members, city councils and other non-profits about people with disabilities. The trip was later described as “a journey of hope” — a

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moniker that ultimately came to describe our three cross-country cycling routes each summer. In addition to raising funds and awareness through a national cycling event, the P.U.S.H. staff also considered how to truly weave Wilson’s original vision—the desire to give every brother of Pi Kappa Phi a hands-on service experience—into the organization’s work. From east to west, our service project remained committed to not just fundraising and awareness, but to directly impacting the communities in which our members lived. In 1989, Holy Angels—a non-profit devoted to the full-time care of adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Belmont, N.C.—hosted the first Give-A-PUSH Weekend. What started as P.U.S.H. Executive Director Ken Kaiser’s vision for bringing student members from across the country together to construct needed equipment and fix worn facilities eventually grew into “Push Place,” a part of the Holy Angels camp that brought smiles to the people they served for years to come.

40TH ICONOGRAPHY

Jim Karlovec Evergreen support of donors

Construction efforts including Build America

Saturn Corporation 10 year lead sponsor

Bruce Rogers' ('87) and Jim Karlovec's ('88) first ride across the country The Golden Gate Bridge the kickoff location for JOH North Route Space Needle - the kickoff location for JOH TransAm Route Queen Mary, the kickoff location for JOH South Route A traditional Japanese puppeting representing Kids on the Block Tribute to Jason R. Tirado

Tribute to Todd J. Porterfield Initial P.U.S.H. building blocks logo Schematic for an original play unit designed by Thomas Sayre

Music and dancing during friendship visits

Original Gear Up Florida Logo

Icons were incorporated into a pattern for the cycling jerseys recognizing 40 years of The Ability Experience. While many are obvious like the U.S. Capitol, a campfire and our core values, some need a bit more explanation...

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TIMELINE

“I consider the development of the concept of PUSH into the reality of a national project for Pi Kappa Phi to be the single most important contribution I have made.” Durward W. Owen

Executive Director Emeritus

1978

1977

Phase one of the Pi Kappa Phi National Project was completed with over 50 chapters making a financial commitment allowing Thomas Sayre to complete the prototype of the indoor unit of our special Pi Kappa Phi deaf-blind handicapped children’s playground at the Western Carolina Center in Morganton, N.C.

1992

The second unit of the “special Pi Kappa Phi play environment” was installed at Great Oaks Center in Silver Springs, Md.

1991

P.U.S.H. America doubled to two teams of 24 in 1991, one taking the northern route to Washington, D.C. and the other southern route to Charleston, S.C., where the finale was held at the College of Charleston.

The national organization moved away from the acronym P.U.S.H. and adopted the name PUSH America. The P.U.S.H. America ride was subsequently changed to emphasize it as the Journey of Hope.

1991 was also the beginning of Major League Baseball’s involvement as clubs began hosting “P.U.S.H. America Nights.” With the support of local chapters and alumni, P.U.S.H. America was honored as “Rookie of the Year” by the Atlanta Braves for raising $8,900 through ticket sales. During the 90s, the Braves, San Francisco Giants, Colorado Rockies, Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates, Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers helped further the P.U.S.H. America cause. P.U.S.H. was featured in the 1992 World Series Official Souvenir Scorebook.

1993

Shortly before leaving office, President George H. W. Bush recognized the efforts of the PUSH America 1992 team with a congratulatory note to each team member.

1990

Two new programs helped to broaden scope past play units: Partnership Grants and P.U.S.H. Academy. The first of its kind academy hosted 80 chapter philanthropy chairmen.

In an effort to expand the awareness-raising component of P.U.S.H. America, P.U.S.H. incorporated the Kids on the Block puppet show into its programming. Selected cyclists put on this educational performance, with more than 40 shows scheduled for children’s groups each summer.

1994

1995

Fundraising took on a whole new category in 1993 with the event’s first presenting sponsor. NationsBank joined the Journey of Hope as presenting sponsor from 1993 to 1994, contributing an annual sponsorship package valued at $50,000. The last “play unit” was dedicated as the Durward W. Owen Play Unit at Western Carolina Center in Morganton, N.C. in January. This was the last of more than 20 play units in 14 states.

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The first public service announcements for P.U.S.H. began to run.

The 36th Supreme Chapter adopted P.U.S.H. as the national service project of Pi Kappa Phi.

Pi Kappa Phi received the Award of Excellence from the American Society of Association Executives for the PUSH Camp Program. President George H. W. Bush hosted the ceremony.

In 1993, record flooding throughout the Midwest surprised the north team and forced them to deviate through Iowa.

1979

Sally McArdle became Executive Director of Push America

In 1994, Saturn Corporation signed on as a supporting sponsor and continued strong support for more than a decade. In addition to Saturn’s generous annual contribution of cash and Saturn wagons, Saturn retailers nationwide hosted Journey of Hope events and helped teams reach out to communities.

In 1994, the largest Give-A-PUSH Weekend project to date was completed at Holy Angels in Belmont, N.C. During two weekends, with $20,000 and well over 100 volunteers, PUSH America completed a 600-foot accessible boardwalk that lead to a large, enclosed pavilion, three tent platforms, a nature trail, an accessible beach front, fishing pier and a shower house. Because of the commitment to Holy Angels’ vision, they named the project Camp Hope in honor of the Journey of Hope.

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1981 Public service ads for P.U.S.H. appeared in Time, U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek and Sports Illustrated.

The country band Alabama led by Randy Owen, Delta Epsilon (Jacksonville State), played a benefit concert for Project P.U.S.H. in Charlotte, N.C.

All-Star basketball forward Bobby Jones of the Philadelphia 76ers was named Honorary Chairman for Project P.U.S.H. A resident of North Carolina, he was introduced to the works of P.U.S.H. through P.U.S.H. board chairman Phil Tappy.

Top fundraising rider Mike Doering, Zeta Alpha (Clemson); photo by Tim Ribar

66 brothers from 18 universities refurbished and virtually redesigned the playground at Holy Angels in Belmont, N.C., during the first GiveA-PUSH Weekend. The 1989 P.U.S.H. America team moved north to start in San Francisco. The ride has begun there ever since. The arrival was held with the 42nd Supreme Chapter in Washington, D.C. Senators Bob Dole, Strom Thurmond and Jesse Helmes were on hand to welcome the team.

1988

Jim Firster named Executive Director of P.U.S.H.

1987

Bruce Rogers, Chi (Stetson), set off on a cross-country bicycle trip from Florence, Ore., to Yorktown, Va. 45 days and 4,000 miles later, Bruce completed his goal to cycle coast to coast and raise funds and awareness for P.U.S.H.

Pi Kappa Phi chapters contributed more than $230,000 to P.U.S.H., almost doubling the previous year.

“Most of us had no idea what lay ahead. . . We did know we were doing something positive–all of us believed strongly in the mission of P.U.S.H.” Eric Almquist

1997

The inaugural ride of Gear Up Florida, a 850mile ride from Miami to Tallahassee, was held with Kelly Miller, Alpha Psi (Indiana) as Project Manager.

The inaugural ride of “P.U.S.H. America” was inspired by Bruce Rogers’ individual ride in 1987. The trek’s purpose was to raise funds and awareness for the Pi Kappa Phi service project, P.U.S.H. 14 cyclists and five crew participated.

Ken Kaiser named Executive Director of P.U.S.H.

Installation of a play unit at Holy Angels in Belmont, N.C.

1986 In September, the Administrative Office of Pi Kappa Phi conducted a fundraiser in Charlotte, N.C. for Project P.U.S.H.

1989

1985

’88 Cyclist, National Secretary

1998 Chad Coltrane became Executive Director of Push America

Push America dropped the uppercase PUSH for a lowercase “Push.” This change was made to move the organization further from the acronym P.U.S.H. that was abolished in 1992.

2000

2003 2005 After Anniversary Routes in 1998 & 2003, an official third route was added in 2005

The deaths of Todd Porterfield, Alpha Delta (Washington), and Jason Tirado, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason), sent shockwaves across the country. The two men, who died only months apart, were selflessly dedicated to bettering the lives of people with disabilities through Push America. In 2001, two memorial grants were established honoring Todd and Jason.

The inaugural Build America team took a giant leap forward with the addition of Hobbs Group, LLC as the presenting sponsor. Celebrating 10 years of partnership, Saturn Corporation strengthened its partnership becoming the title sponsor of Push America’s cycling events.

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2007

Ironman Ryan McCarthy, Psi (Cornell), was instrumental in the start of Push America Challenge, a way for anyone dedicated to the organization's mission could test his/her physical limits while also raising funds.

Lance Armstrong challenged Pi Kappa Phi members to use what they learned through Push America about “giving back” to make a difference in the world.

2008

2009

Endorsing People First Language, Pi Kappa Phi and Push America began participation in the Special Olympics “Spread the Word to End the Word” campaign.

2012

Pi Kappa Phi and Push America's first year participating through Push America Challenge in the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C.

The three routes starting in San Francisco, Seattle and Long Beach ending in Washington, D.C., began and continue to this day.

“The men of Pi Kappa Phi do not simply raise money, but instead experience the power of service as they promote the true abilities of all people.”

SPOKANE, WA

WEST YELLOWSTONE, MT

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SALT LAKE CITY, UT

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LAS VEGAS, NV

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ATLANTA, GA BIRMINGHAM, AL

The 53rd Supreme Chapter in Washington, D.C., marked the 35th anniversary of Push America, the 25th anniversary of Journey of Hope and the 10th anniversary of Build America.

Jay Baumgardner, Hunter Sprague and Addison White of Eta Chi Chapter at TCU spent 15 days biking a 1,000 miles across part of Europe raising over $14,000 surpassing their goal of $5,000.

2014

During the 54th Supreme Chapter, it was announced that Push America had evolved once again to be The Ability Experience. The new name not only more clearly reflects the organization’s mission to use shared experiences to support people with disabilities and develop the men of Pi Kappa Phi into servant leaders, but it puts the abilities of all people front and center in our daily work. The rename was part of a global brand update and included strengthening the tie between Pi Kappa Phi and The Ability Experience brands in color and symbols.

RICHMOND, VA

CHARLOTTE, NC

ALBUQUERQUE, NM

In 2012, Kyle Thomas, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma), was instrumental as Push America Challenge grew to include an event at Apostle Island and Summit Vision (2013) bringing athletes with and without disabilities together through outdoor recreation.

2015 2017

Basil Lyberg became Chief Executive Officer of The Ability Experience

Mike McBride, Omega (Purdue), and John Heisler, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder), lead a group of Pi Alphas who previously completed Journey of Hope, on an Ability Experience Challenge they named Ability Challenge Europe cycling across Europe to raise money and awareness for people with disabilities through The Ability Experience.

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From PUSH Camp, the idea of directly As P.U.SH. grew from a focus on benefiting the disability community went fundraising and awareness to national local with AccessABILITY, a program cycling and construction events, so too created in 1994 to build wheelchair ramps grew the organization’s national presence. and improve access to the homes of Along the 1989 Journey of Hope route, people with disabilities across the country. cities and states routinely declared In 1992, the South route was added “P.U.S.H. America Day,” and that year’s to what became known as the Journey arrival in Washington, D.C. — the first of Hope in 1995, the same year P.U.S.H. in our nation’s capital — was attended formally adopted the name PUSH by numerous Senators. Each trip also America, reflecting a mission far broader provided an uncommon opportunity than constructing for students accessible to build upon “In order to motivate student play units. By the friendships members to participate they 1997 — the 10th developed with organizations must visibly be able to see the anniversary of Bruce Roger’s first and people with journey across the disabilities across results of their participation. country — nearly the country by They must be able to touch, 400 brothers had men before them. feel and experience the service.” cycled more than From one team 60,000 miles and to the next, those shared experiences became central to the Chad Coltrane raised over $2 million for people organization we know today. Former CEO of all abilities. From Give-A-PUSH Weekend, we “Although the trip has changed drastically expanded to PUSH Camp, an alternative in 10 years,” wrote Eric Almquist, Alpha break program launched in 1991 at the Omicron (Iowa State), a cyclist on the Clemson Outdoor Lab — an organization first Journey of Hope team, “the themes with whom The Ability Experience still of teamwork, friendship and brotherhood partners today — allowing our brothers to that helped us succeed in 1988 have spend their spring break serving others.

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carried over from year-to-year.” That same year, the organization once again changed its name, this time using “Push America” to further distinguish our modern work from the original cause of constructing play units. The founding principles, however, remain a constant in the story of what we know today as The Ability Experience: An opportunity for the men of Pi Kappa Phi to develop themselves through service to others and the betterment of the world around them. Gear Up Florida was added in 1997 as one of our summer event opportunities, providing brothers with a chance to have shared experiences and build lasting friendships with people with disabilities across the state of Florida as they cycle for two weeks from Miami to Tallahassee. As our fraternity continues to grow, so too do the uncommon opportunities provided by The Ability Experience.

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From the creation of Build America, an annual team of brothers traveling the country promoting accessible recreation for people with disabilities, in 2002 to the addition of the TransAmerica route on the Journey of Hope in 2005 to the launch of Ability Experience Challenges to further expand not only our mission and impact but access to our events for students and alumni alike, our commitment to servant leadership has always evolved with the world around us. In 2014, Push America evolved once again to become The Ability Experience, a succinct representation of our commitment to the abilities of all people and to the shared, hands-on experiences that make this organization truly unique in the interfraternal world. Since Pi Kappa Phi founded The Ability Experience 40 years ago, we have raised more than $25 million dollars to benefit people with disabilities; but the impact of this organization is far greater than fundraisers and grants. Week after week, students across the country serve others through local partnerships with organizations serving people with disabilities. Year after year, our students have shared experiences with people with disabilities through national and regional events that make them better citizens of the world. Moment after moment, we learn from those around us, both brothers and the members of the community we are called to serve. Since 1977, we have learned the importance of people-first language and advocated for the end of the R-word, not because political correctness requires it because respect for others is central to the work of The Ability Experience. We have learned to be empathetic and to value the contributions of all people. And over the arch of this incredible organization’s history, we have learned to become servant leaders—in precept and action—as we strive to better the world around us. 

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CHARTERED CHAPTERS

NEW ASSOCIATE CHAPTERS

CHARTERED CHAPTERS

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ASSOCIATE CHAPTERS

12,352

UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS

119,902

CLOSURES

Kappa Eta (Geneseo) Epsilon Chi (Denver) Kappa Theta (San Diego) Kappa Iota (Idaho) Kappa Kappa (New Mexico) Epsilon Omicron (Villanova) Kappa Lambda (Wisconsin) Epsilon Theta (Seton Hall) Gamma Psi (Augusta) Eta Epsilon (Maryland) Kappa Mu (UC - Merced) Kappa Nu (Sonoma State)

Eastern Washington Connecticut Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) DePaul Beta Theta (Arizona) Beta Gamma (Louisville) Vermont Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Epsilon Sigma (Christian Brothers) Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph's) Zeta Xi (Averett) UC – Colorado Springs

Zeta Gamma (North Dakota) Eta Iota (Christopher Newport) Beta Delta (Drake) Delta Phi (Radford) Wichita State AC Beta Sigma (Northern Illinois) Lambda (Georgia) Theta Zeta (George Washington) Gamma Upsilon AC (Oklahoma State) Eta Omega (New Mexico State) Iota Gamma (Wyoming) Zeta Pi (Marshall) Delta Psi (Texas – Arlington)

INITIATES SINCE 1904

100,251 LIVING INITIATES

TOP CHAPTERS BY MEMBER DONATIONS TO THE FOUNDATION

10 BETA ETA

9 ALPHA ETA

Flordia State Samford (94 Gifts) $24,907 (59 Gifts) $25,652

8 ALPHA UPSILON

Drexel (47 Gifts) $27,059

7 UPSILON

Illinois (25 Gifts) $28,955

6 DELTA OMEGA

Texas A&M (49 Gifts) $29,240

5 BETA ALPHA

NJIT (48 Gifts) $31,807

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3 ALPHA EPSILON

ALPHA PSI

Florida (90 Gifts) $87,625

Indiana (37 Gifts) $46,375

2 CHI

Stetson 34 Gifts) $135,920

1 ALPHA OMICRON

Iowa State (122 Gifts) $159,551

TOP CHAPTERS BY CHAPTER FUNDRAISING FOR THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE

10 THETA RHO

9 BETA NU

Western Michigan $10,686

Houston $11,000

8 ALPHA IOTA

7 OMEGA Purdue $11,792

Auburn $11,544

6 THETA KAPPA

5 ALPHA DELTA

Baylor $12,000

Washington $12,000

4

3

DELTA ALPHA

ALPHA CHI

Virginia Tech $14,200

Miami $24,203

2 THETA DELTA

Florida International $29,110

1 ETA CHI

Texas Christian $45,000

TOP CHAPTERS BY VOLUNTEER HOURS PER MAN FOR THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE

5 4 3 2 1 BETA UPSILON

THETA OMICRON

ALPHA CHI

DELTA ETA

GAMMA PHI

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46

51

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Virginia

Nevada - Reno

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Morehead State

South Alabama

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ON BEHALF OF THE TRUSTEES of the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation, we are so thankful for those who were donors to the $7 million Common Loyalty capital campaign, and who propelled us to 130% of our goal. Their names are listed herein. Campaign co-chairs Bruce Rogers and Kelley Bergstrom were backed up by a first class campaign cabinet led by by Ernest Johnson. Ernest and I were proud, on behalf of all, to celebrate goal achievement at the 2016 Supreme Chapter and to announce phase two of the Foundation’s strategic plan—a $12 million deferred gifts campaign made possible with newfound fiscal strength and sustainability—a follow-through campaign focused on our collective future. Money is the root of all good in a selfless family like Pi Kappa Phi. “100 years from now, it will not matter how much money we had in our bank account, or how big our house was, or what kind of a car that we drove. What will matter is that we were important in the lives of our brothers.” Our mission drives us and your investments make every chapter and generation stronger. Touch the future. Share your legacy. Believe in fraternity.

JOHN R. ANDREWS

Chairman, Pi Kappa Phi Foundation

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THE ORDER OF

1904 Philanthropy: $1,000,000+

Kelley A. Bergstrom Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)

David D. Morgan Sr.

Beta Omicron (Northwestern State)

THE FOUNDING OF PI KAPPA PHI In 1904, unhappy with the status quo, three men challenged the undergraduate governance of the College of Charleston and formed a fraternity on a premise of leadership, which still stands like no other today. Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity has, for well over a century, been propelled forward in status, reputation and impact by the remarkable acts of those few men. Our Founders set the trajectory for our Fraternity which has been maintained by the men we proudly list here and who share the same indomitable spirit and courage.

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THE ORDER OF

1909 Philanthropy: $500,000 - $999,999

Parker H. “Pete” Petit Iota (Georgia Tech)

Bruce L. Rogers Chi (Stetson)

THE INSTALLATION OF GAMMA CHAPTER In 1909, the Gamma Chapter at the University of California at Berkeley was organized. The leaders of Pi Kappa Phi, by accepting Founder Teddy Kelly’s request that a charter be granted to the group he assembled, created a national fraternity. Vision was the key ingredient that compelled a small, provincial fraternity with fewer than twenty-five members on two campuses in the rural South, not too distant from the days of Reconstruction, to establish a third chapter in Berkeley, California. This act made Pi Kappa Phi a national fraternity. Visionaries, such as the men listed here, continue to support the advancement of Pi Kappa Phi.

THE ORDER OF

1924 Philanthropy: $250,000 - $499,999

Jason K. Dodd

Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders

Delta Omega (Texas A&M)

PI KAPPA PHI HIRES FIRST EXECUTIVE SECRETARY In 1924, the National Council recognized that in order to thrive as an organization, full-time professional leadership would be required. After two decades of being managed by an all-volunteer force, the Fraternity hired its first executive. This effectively codified the Council’s intent to provide ongoing and consistent leadership,

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allowing the Fraternity to compete on all levels against its fraternal peers. When Pi Kappa Phi hired Brother George Sheetz, Alpha (Charleston), to serve as the Executive Secretary from 1924-1928, the Fraternity took a symbolic step forward in recognizing the value in consistent, competent management. Through action and generosity, these men listed here understand that one man can truly make a difference in their Fraternity. starandlamp.com


THE ORDER OF

1948 Philanthropy: $100,000 - $249,999

Thomas E. Berk Alpha Upsilon (Drexel)

Tom & Dee Coley Beta Eta (Florida State)

Ajay J. Desai

Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)

Anders & Joanna Hall Mu (Duke)

Frank and Marcia Parrish Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)

Dave Shook

Alpha Psi (Indiana)

James C. Turk Xi (Roanoke)

Allen O. Woody III & Dianne Woody

THE PASSING OF A NATIONAL PRESIDENT; THE BIRTH OF THE FOUNDATION Just weeks away from the completion of his historic term as National President, Brother Devereux D. Rice, Iota (Georgia Tech) suddenly passed to the Chapter Eternal on August 11, 1948. The Fraternity is left heart-broken as the leader and principal architect of Pi Kappa Phi’s post-war recovery is gone. Motivated by the legacy of their friend, four brothers step forward in bold fashion to rally the Fraternity. The mood in the ballroom of the Hotel Statler in downtown Detroit, Michigan, where Pi Kappa Phi would hold the 22nd Supreme Chapter over Labor Day Weekend, was both upbeat and solemn. On one hand, there was great news to report. The Fraternity, buoyed by the scores of young men returning to school on the GI Bill, was beginning to climb out of the malaise that touched so many fraternities during the war. Yet, on the other hand, the loss of National President Rice, the only National President to have ever died in office (still to this day), had touched the heart of the Fraternity. To honor Rice’s service, four men stepped forward, each contributing $1,000 to create the Devereux D. Rice Memorial Fund. Following several name changes, that fund would become the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation—a tangible example of Founder A. Pelzer Wagener’s words to the Fraternity in 1932—Ad Astera per Aspera—Through difficulties we will reach the stars. These men and friends of the Fraternity listed here have advanced Pi Kappa Phi to new heights.

Xi (Roanoke)

Dudley & Natalie Woody Xi (Roanoke)

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1959 Philanthropy: $50,000 - $99,999 John & Cherl Andrews, Delta Delta (Truman State) Brooks Bradford Jr., Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Steve & Penny DePalma, Beta Alpha (NJIT) J. Terry Dewberry, Iota (Georgia Tech) Corey Dillon, Zeta Phi (Colorado State) James R. Douglass, Beta Eta (Florida State) Joe W. Forehand, Alpha Iota (Auburn) William Furling III, Epsilon Mu (Bradley) R. Nathan Hightower, Omicron (Alabama) James F. House, Alpha Eta (Samford) Barry & Molly Howell, Gamma Upsilon (Oklahoma State) J. Ernest Johnson, Alpha Iota (Auburn) John Owen, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) J. Gunnar Schalin, Upsilon (Illinois) Jefferson Shreve, Alpha Psi (Indiana) Lonnie Strickland, Omicron (Alabama)

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THE FIRST PI KAPP COLLEGE The National Council and Executive Secretary Greg Elam, Beta (Presbyterian), realized an investment in the leadership skills of the young men running the student chapters would pay immeasurable dividends. No one knew in 1959 that Pi Kapp College would eventually become synonymous with “national brotherhood” and “leadership” and would grow to attain its own brand-identity as an indispensable piece of Pi Kappa Phi’s educational programming. On a warm summer evening in 1959 at Camp Burnt Gin just outside of Sumter, South Carolina, something magical took place: 102 students gathered for the first time under the banner of Pi Kapp College. Since then, brothers have convened at Pi Kapp College to draft plans and outline steps toward the building of a stronger fraternity by learning leadership skills to employ in their local chapters, and indeed, in life. In doing so, they illuminate the timeless and immutable principle we all learn in our fraternal journey — we are stronger together than we are apart. Bound together in common loyalty, these men and friends of the Fraternity listed here hold up that lesson as a reminder to us all.

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1966 Philanthropy: $25,000-$49,999

Elias S. Aguirre, Eta Rho (Texas State) Eric J. Almquist, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Charles J. Barnard, Delta Delta (Truman State) Robert F. Berry, Sigma (South Carolina) John R. Bradford III, Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Joe Brady, Epsilon Omicron (Vilanova) Thomas Lee Carter, Gamma Delta (Memphis) Jeremy Galvin & Jenn Plagman-Galvin, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Tripp Hall, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Daniel L. Hitzke, Zeta Lambda (Cal State-Chico) Brett & Jenna Lee, Eta Rho (Texas State ) Tracy & Donna Maddux, Zeta Theta (UT-Austin) Walter H. Pickens Jr., Sigma (South Carolina) Shawn Wesley Rabourn, Zeta Phi (South Carolina-Upstate) James & Tas Smith, Alpha Eta (Samford) T.J. Sullivan, Alpha Psi (Indiana) Tom & Cheri Sullivan, Delta Omega (Texas A&M ) Michael J. Sweeney Jr., Chi (Stetson) Lance A. & Diana N. Talmage, Beta Iota (Toledo) Vincent J. Thompson & Paul Edward ParkerThompson, Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph's) Frank T. Wrenn III, Mu (Duke) Anonymous

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PI KAPPA PHI PROPERTIES ESTABLISHED During the mid-1960s, Executive Director Durward Owen, Xi (Roanoke) saw the challenge in supporting the Fraternity’s growth. Housing was a significant obstacle to Pi Kappa Phi’s entry and success on many campuses. Brother Owen also saw the answer in the form of numerous fraternity houses that were being lost to foreclosure due to the unpopularity of Greek institutions during the turbulent 60s. In 1966, Pi Kappa Phi Properties was formed to acquire and own a nationwide portfolio of properties to house members of Pi Kappa Phi. Since its founding, Pi Kappa Phi Properties has assisted over 100 chapters and alumni housing corporations. Pi Kappa Phi Properties was incorporated in the state of Florida on February 4, 1966. The first meeting of the newly formed volunteer executive committee was held on Easter Sunday, April 10th in conjunction with the chartering of the Gamma Gamma Chapter (Troy) in Troy, Alabama. Gamma Gamma Chapter would benefit as Properties’ first chapter house recipient that same year. Gamma Delta Chapter (Memphis) would also benefit from an early chapter house purchase. While a house alone does not make a home or a chapter, Pi Kappa Phi Properties has helped facilitate a shared residential experience for our members. The following men and friends of the Fraternity believe in the same entrepreneurial vision and brave leadership that led to the founding of Pi Kappa Phi Properties.

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1977 Philanthropy: $10,000-$24,999

Jeff & Melody Alexander, Delta Psi (Texas-Arlington) J. Carter Allen, Beta Nu (Houston) Justin W. Angotti, Theta Eta (American) A. Glenn Aspinwall, Gamma Kappa (Georgia Southern) Thomas H. Atwood, Beta Eta (Florida State) Pat Austin, Epsilon Phi (Alabama-Birmingham) Jack Berlien, Omega (Purdue) David A. Bibler, Alpha Psi (Indiana) Wesley L. Breeden, Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Jerry T. Brewer, Sigma (South Carolina) Walter H. Brinkman, Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Gregory J. & Mary Christine Buehner, Theta Theta (Iowa) Abe & Gayle Bush, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Robert A. Cione, Beta Delta (Drake) David Conn, Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) David T. Corey, Alpha Eta (Samford) George Corton, Theta Delta (Florida International) Jeff Darnell, Alpha Eta (Samford) David R. DeMarco, Beta Kappa (Georgia State) Glenn Dickson, Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Jeffrey L. Esola, Gamma Nu (LaGrange) J. Patrick Figley, Chi (Stetson) Gregg Foster, Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) John Greaves, Omicron (Alabama) Marvin Hackney, Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) Tim & Karen Hancock, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Spencer & Carol Harper, Beta Gamma (Louisville) Lori Hart Jake & Lindsay Henderson, Beta Theta (Arizona) Stuart Hicks, Kappa (UNC-Chapel Hill) Tim & Kate Hoskins, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Mark F. Jacobs, Delta Psi (Texas-Arlington) Travis Jamison, Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee State) Brad M. Jensen, Eta Gamma (UC-Boulder) Bruce Kalmick, Eta Rho (Texas State) Mark & Barbara King, Epsilon Iota (UNC-Greensboro) Tom & Kerry Kopera, Epsilon Mu (Bradley) Ashkaan Kouhpaenejad, Iota Omega (Nevada-Las Vegas) Bob Langbein, Epsilon Nu (Cal State-Sacramento) John & Bobbie Lee, Beta Alpha (NJIT) David Leidel, Chi (Stetson) Michael S. Loy, Beta Eta (Florida State) Ryan Lugabihl, Eta Upsilon (Miami-OH) Joshua D. Lundell, Eta Upsilon (Miami-OH) Ronald M. Lunk, Epsilon Kappa (Southern Poly) Basil & Michelle Lyberg, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Glenn McConnell, Alpha (College of Charleston) Jack McDonald, Alpha Eta (Samford) Gregory E. Moffett, Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock)

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THE LAUNCHING OF PROJECT P.U.S.H. Pi Kappa Phi realized that leadership also involved a commitment, not just to our brothers, but to our fellow man. In 1977, Pi Kappa Phi became the first fraternity to create and ultimately sustain its own national service learning initiative, Project P.U.S.H. (now known as The Ability Experience to reflect the mission of the organization). Durward Owen, Xi (Roanoke) referenced, “What we do for others is simply the rent we pay for the opportunity to live on this earth.” Members of Pi Kappa Phi continue to “pay it forward” through their continued commitment to service above self. In search of a national service initiative that could mobilize thousands of Pi Kappa Phi’s across the country, fortuitous winds of innovation buffeted Pi Kappa Phi in the spring of 1977. An innovation grant was made available by the National Council, which at the time was under the leadership of Brother Phil Tappy, Lambda (Georgia), for an idea called Project P.U.S.H. This decision was the culmination of countless hours of work, a bit of serendipity and an ounce of luck as Durward Owen, Xi (Roanoke), Thomas Sayre, Kappa (UNC-Chapel Hill), and Iverson Riddle all came into each other’s orbit at the right moment in time. That same “can-do spirit”, which motivated a few to risk so much, is illuminated for the rest of us by the donors listed here. Robert M. Moody, Beta Delta (Drake) David D. Morgan Jr., Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Jeff Neidenthal, Beta Eta (Florida State) Anthony M. Noce, Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) Kim Novak Kenneth Joseph Oubre, Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Robert & Mary Dell Paterno, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Joshua J. Phoebus, Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Joe Piedrafite, Theta Mu (UMass-Amherst) Michael Podobnik, Alpha Delta (Washington) Robert F. Riley III, Theta Delta (Florida International) Todd Sargent, Eta Sigma (UCLA) Keith & Lauri Sheppard, Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) Mr. & Mrs. William T. Sigmon, Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) Jay & Christine Stuckel, Beta Epsilon (Missouri) Ryan Swensen, Eta Upsilon (Miami-OH) Mark E. Timmes, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Brandon Tudor, Eta Upsilon (Miami (Ohio)) Andrae L. Turner, Eta Rho (Texas State) Patrick Walsh, Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Steve Whitby, Zeta Iota (Indiana-PA) Christian A. Wiggins, Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Ronald J. Zlatoper, Alpha Tau (RPI) Anonymous

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1987 Philanthropy: $5,000-$9,999

Christopher M. Aldarelli Jr., Iota Lambda (Quinnipiac) Johnny & Kate Andrews, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Matt Basta, Beta Epsilon (Missouri) Tom Begley, Alpha Rho (West Virginia) Mark & Cindy Bundy, Zeta (Wofford) Lance K. Burnside, Zeta Psi (IUP) Ben Bush, Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Bradley Charlesworth, Theta Alpha (Southern Miss) Carrie G. Clifford John G. Clifford, Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Andrew Conlin, Omega (Purdue) Christopher T. Conner, Eta Iota (Christopher Newport) Edward L. Corson II, Xi (Roanoke) Erik Cote, Iota Lambda (Quinnipiac) David B. Craft, Epsilon Iota (UNC-Greensboro) Shayne Creppel, Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) David S. Dalton, Beta Nu (Houston) Warren DeBardelaban, Omicron (Alabama) Todd Dipaola, Gamma (UC-Berkeley) Keenan C. Dollar, Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) Douglas Doughty, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Matt Eilers, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Greg Elam, Beta (Presbyterian) Rese Farrish, Delta Lambda (UNC-Charlotte) William L. Finney, Gamma Xi (Georgia Southwestern) Matthew E. Garono, Eta Phi (UMBC) Scott C. Gasparini, Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Gabriel Gehret, Chi (Stetson) Nathanael Gombis, Alpha Phi (IIT) Todd & Michele Granger, Delta Beta (North Georgia) Noel Guillama, Theta Delta (Florida International) W. Garrett Hamblen, Eta Beta (Indiana State) Philip Lloyd Hamilton, Theta Delta (Florida International) Catherine & Pierre Harrison Tommy & Joanne Hartwell, Alpha Iota (Auburn) Bradley Hayes, Epsilon Iota (UNC-Greensboro) Tim & Jo Hebson, Alpha Eta (Samford) Curt Herzog, Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Billy Jacobs, Delta Psi (UT - Arlington) David H. Jaffee, Alpha (College of Charleston) Tyler Johansson, Chi (Stetson) Gary Johnson, Beta Iota (Toledo) James A. Krucher, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Peter Martin, Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Sam Martorella, Theta Tau (High Point) Andrew D. McCarthy, Beta Epsilon (Missouri) Joslyn McGriff Cassidy Moore, Beta Nu (Houston) Denise Nelson Kevin Ohaver, Omega (Purdue) Matt Osorio, Zeta Chi (Albright) Jose Otero, Theta Delta (Florida International) Drayton T. Perkins, Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Ben Phelps, Alpha (College of Charleston)

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PI KAPPA PHI CYCLES ACROSS AMERICA FOR THE FIRST TIME For the first ten years of Project P.U.S.H., Pi Kappa Phi built dozens of accessible playgrounds and raised tens of thousands of dollars on behalf of people with disabilities. The trajectory and means of fundraising and awareness changed in the summer of 1987, however, when Bruce L. Rogers, Chi (Stetson), rode his bike from Florence, Oregon to Yorktown, Virginia in the name of the Fraternity and Project P.U.S.H. What started as a solo act inspired the imagination of Pi Kappa Phi and challenged an entire organization to do more. As a result of Bruce’s leadership, thousands more have ridden what became known as the Journey of Hope since 1987 to inspire, motivate and recognize the millions who live with disabilities and challenges. “By the time this card catches up with you I should be through Colorado and into Kansas. I am averaging about 85 miles a day and should do more when I hit the plains,” were the words of Brother Bruce Rogers, Chi (Stetson) on August 25, 1987 in a postcard penned to Durward Owen, Xi (Roanoke) just a few weeks into his historic trip. On the surface, this update from the road appears so simple but represents so much more in the context of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Embedded in Rogers’ message is a theme of determination and a heathy disregard for the difficult — attributes shared by the men who founded this fraternity — and cultivated in the will of over 1,000 students and alumni who have cycled or crewed in the path Brother Rogers blazed during the summer of 1987. These men and friends of the Fraternity also share in that same intrepid spirit and continue to encourage our undergraduate members to challenge themselves through leadership and service to others. Christopher Ray Ponce, Theta Delta (Florida International) Bo & Carolyn Proctor, Delta Lambda (UNC-Charlotte) Shane C. Pruitt, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Arthur J. Quickenton, Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Matt Ratliff, Delta Delta (Truman State) Todd Rehfuss, Epsilon Nu (Cal State-Sacramento) Keith Rollins, Kappa (UNC-Chapel Hill) Ben Roman, Eta Chi (TCU) Chase Rumley, Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Glenn & Katy Scott, Iota (Georgia Tech) Chris & Bonny Shade, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Patrick Smith, Gamma Tau (North Texas) David J. Sullivan, Beta Lambda (Tampa) Thomas G. Sullivan, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Gregory P. Swierzewski, Iota Epsilon (Susquehanna) Brian & Nadine Swilling, Delta Lambda (UNC-Charlotte) Dwayne Todd, Alpha Eta (Samford) Brett & Geleen Toresdahl, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) J. Jeffry Wahlen, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Walter Wahlfeldt, Upsilon (Illinois) David & Corin Wallace Michael Wallace, Zeta Theta (Texas-Austin) James & Melinda Wedding, Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) Cameron T. Woods, Iota Omicron (Iona) Matthew Wray, Eta Upsilon (Miami (Ohio)) Dan Wrona, Zeta Chi (Albright) Joseph B. Yount III, Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Friend of Alpha Eta, Alpha Eta (Samford)

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A snapshot of the educational, leadership & service programming of Pi Kappa Phi

4,803 4,374 4,188 2,315 1,024 112

students recognized with The Order of the Lamp for at least a 3.25 gpa

students from 79 chapters received Ladder of Risk training

Students GRADUATING SENIOR RECOGNITION

students from 49 chapters attended alcohol skills training

477

students from 23 chapters attended Ultimate Respect in Action students educated as certified ritualists

students received leadership development through The Ability Experience in 2016 As part of The Ability Experience strategic plan, leadership development curriculum has been incorporated into all of the regional and national events. This curriculum reinforces the fraternity's definition of leadership and the mission of The Ability Experience. Throughout each event, participants have the opportunity to strengthen their leadership behaviors and skills through a variety of activities, discussions, practice, and reflections. Different leadership theories are being used for each event, allowing men who participate in multiple events to gain something different from each experience.

students awarded interfraternal leadership development program scholarships to either The Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI) or AFLV LeaderShape.

students participated in GreekLifeEdu

511

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= 100 Students (Rounded up)

16,000+ educational experiences

PI KAPP COLLEGE ATTENDANCE Includes number of students for both Emerging Leaders and Chapter Officers

2016 1,854 2015 1,739 2014 1,562 2013 1,416 2012 1,343 2011 1,257 2010 1,134

PI KAPP COLLEGE FOR EMERGING LEADERS

448

PI KAPP COLLEGE FOR CHAPTER OFFICERS

1,767

graduates since 2010

students attended

2015 GRADUATES

93%

93

2016 GRADUATES

87

said they felt prepared to meet the expectations of their role as an officer or key committee chairman

“Attending Pi Kapp College brought an entirely different meaning to my letters. I've never been so proud to stand for something that I personally believe as a gentleman. I learned more about myself in one week than I have in two years of college.”

–Program Graduate

ASSOCIATE CHAPTER INSTITUTE

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LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE

511 Chapters

CONSULTANT WORKSHOPS

122 Advisors

CHAPTER ADVISOR SYMPOSIUM

42

CHAPTER ADVISOR CONVOCATION

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1995 Philanthropy: $2,500-$4,999 Brett Abner II, Eta Zeta (Queens) Mark T. Adamson, Sigma (South Carolina) Nick Atzenbeck, Iota Kappa (Northern Colorado) Brandon & Beth Belote, Theta Alpha (Southern Miss) William B. Boulden, Eta Iota (Christopher Newport) Chad C. Bryan, Eta Rho (Texas State ) Denny & Kathryn Bubrig, Alpha Lambda (Mississippi) Michael Bumbry, Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Andrew Carnes, Theta Sigma (Cal State-Long Beach) Sean Cokeley, Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Ken Forti, Sigma (South Carolina) Meghan E. Gibson Tim Gutschlag, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Michael Scott Hartman, Eta Gamma (CU-Boulder) Jared M. Horman, Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Thomas Horton, Theta Kappa (Baylor) Ben Johns, Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Donald P. Limbaugh, Epsilon Phi (UAB) Emerson Linney, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) James Maloney, Beta Eta (Florida State) Chris McCoy, Delta Eta (Morehead State) Nathan C. McDaniel, Eta Rho (Texas State) Chet A. Mirabel, Beta Tau (Valdosta State) Ben & Monica Morgan, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Mark F. Munsell, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Robb Olivieri, Iota Omicron (Iona) Durward W. Owen, Xi (Roanoke) Andrew Paparella Jr., Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jerritt Park, Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) John C. & Connie L. Peden, Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee State) Rick Pedersen, Beta Alpha (NJIT) W. Hays Pickens III, Sigma (South Carolina) Nick Prichodko, Omega (Purdue) Beau R. Samples, Eta Upsilon (Miami (Ohio) Don Slesnick, Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Ryan T. Smith, Beta Nu (Houston) Gregory Snyder II, Xi (Roanoke) Erich Straughn, Sigma (South Carolina) Chris Stringer, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Trey & Meredith Tipton, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Gabe Villanueva, Theta Delta (Florida International) Joshua Williams, Gamma Tau (North Texas) Matthew R. Zellars, Eta Pi (Coastal Carolina) Michael R. Zolezzi, Delta Delta (Truman State)

PI KAPPA PHI REVOLUTIONIZES MEMBER EDUCATION In 1995, realizing that learning the Fraternity’s history and rituals during the pre-initiation period was not enough, Pi Kappa Phi became the second national fraternity to debut a four-year membership development and leadership program. Entitled “The Journey Project,” it was bold and ambitious, and it represented a significant investment in the cultivation of students’ leadership capabilities throughout their undergraduate involvement with Pi Kappa Phi. Within The Journey Project were a number of benefits which conveyed Pi Kappa Phi’s commitment to member education. From academic coaches who delivered custom written curriculum to students and were subsequently paid an annual stipend for their work, to Stephen Covey-trained coaches who delivered Covey’s signature, principle-centered leadership training at regional conclaves, Pi Kappa Phi undergraduates were exposed to some of the best leadership resources available at the time. This was an investment that would not only yield dividends for our student chapters but also caused a member to rethink the value of his fraternal membership. Brothers who availed themselves of these opportunities could now unequivocally say, “I am a better man because of Pi Kappa Phi.” Many of the Brothers who participated in this program attribute it to the success they have achieved in their life. The gifts of the men and friends of the Fraternity listed here assure that ongoing leadership programs will not just build a better Fraternity, but indeed a better world.

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2004 Philanthropy: $1,000-$2,499 Vince Andel, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Chris and Nicole Anderson, Eta Rho (Texas State ) David Babb, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Richard F. & Katie Baker, Delta Beta (North Georgia) Mr. & Mrs. Grant Batchelor, Theta Psi (RIT) Derek & Lauren Berger, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) J.P. Berney, Gamma Tau (North Texas) Erik B. Blakney, Iota Lambda (Quinnipiac) Chris & Katie Blanchette, Alpha Phi (IIT) Alan Brevard, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Evan J. Camejo, Kappa Delta (Florida Atlantic) Timothy D. Campbell, Eta Iota (Christopher Newport) Zackery M. Cockerham, Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Michael W. Copeland, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jeff Crane, Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Patrick J. Danehy, Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Steve Davis, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Michael T. Dean, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Michael P. Debello, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Alex Dudek, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Alan & Molly Duesterhaus, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) James B. Edwards, Alpha (College of Charleston) Jake Elhabbassi, Delta Beta (North Georgia) David Farr, Epsilon Phi (UAB) Cam Farris, Delta Beta (North Georgia) Allison J. Foster Jeff Fuechec, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Ryan Giglia, Eta Lambda (Brockport) Brent A. Grunig, Omega (Purdue) David E. Guerra, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jay Guthrie, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) David L. Hamrick, Kappa (UNC-Chapel Hill) Hans Hansen, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Andrew R. Hastings, Iota Omicron (Iona) Spencer Haworth, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Bret Heidemann, Eta Gamma (CU-Boulder) Trae Hestness, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Rodney A. Hill, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Langley Ho, Eta Eta (UC-Irvine) Irvin “Chuck” Howard III, Delta Delta (Truman State) Bryan Hutson, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Edgar Jones, Chi (Stetson) Karim Kafray, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Scott D. Leighty, Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Gregory V. Linder, Omega (Purdue) Nick & Pam Linder, Psi (Cornell) Lane Luckie, Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Edgar Machado, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Dylan Royce McKenzie, Delta Chi (Kansas State) Scott McLeod, Epsilon Phi (Alabama-Birmingham) Andrew L. Metcalf, Theta Zeta (George Washington) Jason M. Mills, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jeffrey & Kristen Mitchell, Eta Omega (New Mexico) Nick Mueller, Chi (Stetson) William Fay Newell, Psi (Cornell)

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THE FUTURE WE LEAVE WITH YOU In 2004, not only did the Fraternity celebrate a century of growth and leadership, it also issued a challenge to the membership to honor our first 100 years by reaching previously unimaginable heights in its second century. The Second Century Vision, the Fraternity’s strategic plan for its future, ratified Pi Kappa Phi’s commitment to become a leading fraternity. It outlined seven critical areas that would be measured against the success of all college fraternities in the country. But at its core, the Second Century Vision challenged the organization to continue to recruit and develop its future leaders. Focusing on growth through the addition of new chapters, the recolonization of dormant ones and investing in existing ones, Pi Kappa Phi’s focus on growth created a multiplier-effect that ultimately lifted all areas of fraternity operation. In summary, the plan stated that by the end of 2014, the Fraternity would accomplish in one decade what it previously took one century to complete. Those goals have been met and exceeded. Yet, the wheel of improvement continues to turn for Pi Kappa Phi, underscoring the timeless nature of Founder L. Harry Mixson’s words to the Fraternity, “We have given you the past as we know it; the future we leave with you.” The men and friends of the Fraternity listed here represent the future and our brightest hopes as we continue to learn from our past and remain focused on our future. Jeremy R. Osborne, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Walter Pape, Zeta Phi (Loyola) Randy Peterson Brian & Lori Pinto, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Pablo Pissanetzky, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Tyler Quinn, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Jerry Reed, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Colton T. Robbins, Iota Chi (Ball State) Kyle Robinson, Gamma Iota (LSU) Mr. & Mrs. Santiago Rodriguez, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Austin Sellers, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Todd Shelton Douglas Campbell Smith, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Brandon T. Sorensen, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Cara Stuckel Claire Stuckel Gary Ridge Sugg, Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Jeff Teplis, Delta Beta (North Georgia) Scott Thomas, Eta Zeta (Queens) Victor Tran, Theta Rho (Western Michigan) Jason Ukestad, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Victor Valencia Jr., Zeta Rho (Cal State-Fullerton) Matthew Varnell, Gamma Tau (North Texas) Chip Voorneveld, Alpha (College of Charleston) Jason Weaver, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Andy Westbrook, Alpha (College of Charleston) Rachel Westra David M. White, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Charley Whitlow, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Bradley T. Wright, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) James Yarbough, Theta Tau (High Point) Anonymous Anonymous

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The Gateway Society recognizes individuals who include the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation in their estate plans. Alpha (College of Charleston) Daniel Bradford Barry David Harold Jaffee Jason Andrew Schall Richard Burke Voorneveld Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Robert L. Whelan Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) William Stuart Hicks Lambda (Georgia) James Luther Lester IV Thomas Philip Tappy David Ernest Tidmore Xi (Roanoke) Edward Lyons Corson II Reginald Whitten Gravely Jr. Durward Warren Owen Dudley Foster Woody Omicron (Alabama) George Kyser Greene Robert Nathan Hightower Travis Porter Julian A.J. Lonnie Strickland III Rho (Washington and Lee) Richard G. Anderson

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Upsilon (Illinois) Michael A. Lowery Phillip Stiles Whipple J. Gunnar Schalin Chi (Stetson) Stephen Andrew Kilpatrick Bruce Layton Rogers Psi (Cornell) Richard Samuel Shull Omega (Purdue) David Lee Johnson David Girdon Lane Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Jamey Rickey Porter Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Jay Kevin Morris Alpha Delta (Washington) Stanley Joseph Gratis Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Michael Leo O'Donnell Albert Eben Luer Mark Edward Timmes Alpha Eta (Sanford) Gerald W. Matthews Alpha Theta (Michigan State) George Winfield Pardee Jr. Alpha Iota (Auburn) Charles Sanford Blackledge Jr. Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Mark Edward Perrin Alpha Mu (Penn State) Kevin Keith Murphey Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Jeremey Galvin Frank Megran Parrish III Kelley Arnold Bergstrom Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) Richard Nevin Mensch Alpha Phi (Illinois Inst. of Tech) Bryan David Schott Alpha Psi (Indiana) T.J. Sullivan Alpha Omega (Oregon) Dade MacDonald Wright Beta Alpha (NJIT) Stephen P. DePalma James A. Krucher Louis Robert Miceli Beta Beta (Florida Southern) Theodore A. Scharfenstein William Jeffrey Wallace Robert Maxwell Weitzner Beta Gamma (Louisville) Ronald E. Krebs Beta Eta (Florida State) Christopher David New Jonathan E. Stevens Beta Kappa (Georgia State) John Bryan Whitley Kenneth John Cribbs Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Jeffrey Dean Braise Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Douglas E. Barnett Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Walter Hugh Brinkman Glenn Albert Dickson George F. Shipp Beta Phi (East Carolina) Douglas Lee Littiken Gamma Alpha (West Alabama) Roger Lee Reed Gamma Gamma (Troy) Christopher Carl Nelson

Gamma Kappa (Georgia Southern) Andrew Glenn Aspinwall Perry W. Buffington Patrick Oren Manning Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Ronald James deValinger Gamma Xi (Georgia Southwestern) Benjamin Gabriel Croxton William Lee Finney Gamma Omega (Montevallo) R. Jeffery McGhee Delta Alpha (VA Tech) Jonathan Argyle Barney Delta Delta (Truman State) John Richard Andrews Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Arthur John Quickenton Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee State) James Scott Davidson Delta Lambda (UNC-Charlotte) Matthew Steve Brown Michael Jason Grass William Clarence Jackson Jr. Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Craig Lee Anderson John Patrick Babel Delta Tau (James Madison) Earle Morse Copp III Delta Chi (Kansas State) J. Timothy Lindemuth Delta Psi (UT-Arlington) Mark Franklin Jacobs Epsilon Kappa (Southern Polytec) James Alexander Ransom Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) Steven Talmadge Kirkman Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) Matthew Philip Stuart Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) Benjamin Scott Shae Timothy Edward Haen Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Jacob Lawton Carter III Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) James Halleck Perkins Jr. Alan Patrick Duesterhaus Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Jesse Carlton Crimm Zeta Kappa (Richard Stockton) Franco Felice Catania Zeta Lambda (Cal State - Chico) Arden Thorvald Anderson II Zeta Xi (Averett) Peter Allen Blum Jr. Zeta Upsilon (Bloomsburg) Paul Willey Hadzor III Eta Delta (Kennesaw State) James Eric Jeffares Eta Omicron (San Francisco State) Eric Charles Hammer Eta Rho (Texas State) Andrae Lamont Turner Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) John Edward Bezou Jr. John William Langley Theta Delta (Florida International) Alain David Sanchez Christopher Brett Chong Theta Eta (American) Carlos Santiago Ramirez Theta Nu (Delaware) Paul Edward Parker Theta Xi (Arizona State) Wayne Royce Unger starandlamp.com


LEADERSHIP FUND Listed here are members and friends who contributed to the Foundation Common Loyalty Leadership Fund in 2016. Donors are listed by chapter with lifetime giving level denoted using the key below. Star & Lamp Society (S&L) $500,000+ Supreme Circle (SUP) $250,000 — $499,999

Founders’ Circle (FOU) $100,000 — $249,999

Order of the Rose (OR) $50,000 — $99,999

Order of the Bell (OB) $25,000 — $49,999

Council Club (CC) $10,000 — $24,999

Foundation Club (FC) $5,000 — $9,999

Lamplighter’s Club (LC) $2,500 — $4,999

Executive Director’s Club (EDC) $1,000 — $2,499

Gold Star Club (GSC) $500 — $999

Chevron Club (CHV) $250 — $499

Crossed Swords Club (CSC) $1 — $249

Alpha (College Of Charleston) Johnnie Warren Baxley III (GSC) Alberry Charles Cannon III (CSC Matthew Paul Brown (CHV) Gary Alan Catterton (FC) Adam Scott Cooper (CHV) Philip S Duwel (EDC) Harry Wyman Freeman Jr. (EDC) William S. Gaud (EDC) Kenneth Steven Gustafson Sr. (GSC) Charles Rush Hamrick IV (GSC) John Cator Hassell (CC) Eric Charles Helfers (LC) David Harold Jaffee (CC) Andrew Carroll Jaffee (EDC) Carl Ragnar Johnson (LC) Basil Louis Lempesis (EDC) Thomas Lucht (GSC) William Parker Luhn Jr. (GSC) Robert William Marlowe (FC) Samuel Winfield McConnell Jr. (CC) Terence Neal Moore (FC) Gregory Duncan Padgett (FC) Benjamin Mallard Phelps (EDC) Richard Patrick Pierce (LC) Michael Remy Renault (EDC) Henry Willis Strobel Jr. (EDC) Richard Burke Voorneveld (FC) L. Andrew Westbrook III (LC) Beta (Presbyterian) David Kelly Dixon (EDC) Andrew Gregory Elam II (CC) Dallah Forrest (GSC) Clifton Carson Goodwin III (FC) John Vernon Hamby (CHV) Jordan Calhoun Huffstetler (CSC) Clinton Edward Massey (CC) John R. Ritter Jr. (EDC) Thomas Harry Stearns (EDC) Eugene Allen Vaughan (EDC) Doug Wallace (CSC) Christopher Paul Witte (GSC) Gamma (Uc - Berkeley) Kenneth Scott-Kuether Barton (CSC) Todd James Dipaola (CC) Kurt Gregory Fahlman (GSC) David Wayne Halligan (GSC) James Joseph Lucey (CHV) Clayton Edward Mitchell Jr. (EDC) Dane Kealoha Munar (CSC) Robert David O'Malley (GSC) Lawrence Julian Olson (EDC) Paul Herman Pause (GSC) Steven Scott Ryder (FC) Tary Edwin Salinger (CHV) James G. Seiler (EDC) Juan Manuel Serrano (EDC) Reuthanak Tap (GSC) Nicholas Travaglini (CSC) Dennis Peter Valerio (CHV) Frank Allen Winton Jr. (EDC) Delta (Furman) Eric Ahlstrand (CSC) Daniel Christian Hoilett (CSC) James G. Mattos (GSC) Epsilon (Davidson) Kenneth Beall Clary (LC) William Harold Clayton Jr. (CHV)

Italics indicates deceased

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Wilson Seibert Hendry (GSC) Harold Barker Kernodle Jr. (EDC) Joseph Henry Johnson Vernon (CHV) Lawrence Douglas Wilkerson (EDC) Philip Connor Winstead (EDC) Zeta (Wofford) Ernesto Barquet-Arrambide (CSC) James Hampton Belcher (LC) Mark O'Neill Bundy (FC) Gregory Carl Gilbert (CHV) Jack L. Kaplan (EDC) Robert Dean McJunkin (EDC) Ayrton Mauricio Menjivar (CSC) Alex O'Daniel (EDC) Clarence Chrisman Riner III (CHV) Skyler Ethan Roberts (CSC) Edmund Jackson Scott (GSC) William Massie Smethie Jr. (GSC) Jeffrey Edward Tyner (CSC) Eta (Emory) Kenneth Calvert Kiehl (EDC) John Charles Nix Jr. (FC) Theta (Cincinnati) Bradley Taylor Armstrong (CSC) Benjamin Dennis Booker (CSC) Michael Todd Muse (CSC) Patrick Sponsler (CSC) Ian Michael Sundberg (CSC) Matthew Ryan Walsh (CSC) Dazhuang N. Yu (CSC) Iota (Georgia Tech) Allen Christopher Acejas (CSC) David Gilpin Baker Jr. (EDC) Ronald Anthony Bergeron (CHV) Mark Alan Boxer (GSC) Thomas F. Christian Jr., (EDC) James Cochran Cooper (GSC) Gregory Oren Corcoran (GSC) Michael Vincent Cowan (FC) Robert Allen DeFurio (EDC) Terry and Sharon Dewsberry (OB) David Gordon Dixon (CSC) Christopher Edward Doyle (EDC) John Darrel Englehardt (EDC) Donald N Fischer (CHV) Allan Douglas Guggolz (CHV) Bruce Merle Jewett (LC) J. Michael Jones (CSC) Thomas Lowndes Jr. (LC) Robert Thomas Lowrance (GSC) Joseph Luciani (GSC) Jeffrey Curtis Montgomery (CSC) Robert Craig Murray Jr. (LC) Monteiro Harris Nelson III (GSC) Charles Phillips Nichols (CHV) Steven Royce Olivier (CSC) Robert Alan Parrish (FC) Parker Holmes Petit (S&L) James Garrison Pritchett Jr. (FC) John Howard Puckett (LC) Fen Rhodes (GSC) Eric August Roberts (CHV) George Vernon Rouse (GSC) Robert Brian Rowe (FC) Dean Wall Russell (GSC) Kenneth Glenn Scott (LC) Samuel James Shepherd (CSC) Robert Marvin Snuggs III (CC) Bruce Crane Vanderhoof (EDC)

Kappa (Unc - Chapel Hill) Charles Preston Adams (EDC) Peter Edmund Berg (GSC) John Harrison Biggers Jr. (GSC) George Williams Braun (EDC) William Calvin Buergey (CSC) James Michael Collins (EDC) Frederick Vernon Coville (EDC) Alvin Williford Daughtridge (GSC) William Morgan Dull (CHV) Ryan Reynolds Ferraioli (CHV) David Roth Gershenson (CHV) Clark Erickson Goodwin (CSC) Mark Randolph Gorham (GSC) Woodrow Wilson Gunter II (EDC) Marvin Spencer Hackney (FC) Russell Neill Hadley CFP (EDC) David Lewis Hamrick (GSC) William Stuart Hicks (OB) Clifton McRae Hux Jr. (EDC) Robert Stratton Lawrence (CHV) J Councill Leak (FC) James Bryan Little Jr. (EDC) Harry Howard Montgomery Jr. (CSC) Timothy Edward Newman (GSC) William Jasper Ramsey (CHV) John Agrippa Redhead (GSC) William Keith Rollins (CC) Wayne Nelson Scott (LC) Edgar Franklin Seagle (CHV) James Lee Thompson (LC) Daniel Eugene Warren CPA (GSC) James Michael Wilmott (EDC) Mark Howell Winston (EDC) Blake Ashland Zanardi (CSC) Lambda (Georgia) Edward Burton Claxton (CHV) Stephen Paul Conway (CHV) Dennis Robert Devlin (GSC) McHenry Hamilton III (LC) William James Harp Jr. (EDC) Mark Andrew Harp (GSC) Leroy Langston (EDC) Samuel Joseph Murphy (CSC) Richard Grant Pfost (CSC) Henry Thomas Rogers Jr. (CHV) Cecil Spooner (GSC) Ronald Fuller Tansill (CSC) George Michael Thompson (CHV) Fred Manley Thrower (EDC) John Franklin Tolson Jr. (GSC) Andrew Towson (CHV) Charles Killian Wagner Jr. (EDC) Mu (Duke) Nick George Anas (EDC) Sid Eugene Atkinson (GSC) George Michael Benda (EDC) Joseph Edwin Carson III (CSC) Robert Farrington Clayton (GSC) John Henry Doster (CHV) William Drewry Fuqua (FC) Anders William Hall (OB) Manassa Nick Hennessee III (CHV) Andrew William McCown (CSC) Christopher Philip Moore (EDC) Charles Terry Munson (GSC) Stephen Julius Schnurr Jr. (GSC) James Gordon Smith (EDC) Brian Swab (EDC) Lewis John Turner Jr. (CHV) Frank Thomas Wrenn Jr. (CHV) Frank Wrenn III (OB) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Nu (Nebraska) Blaine Garfield Beck (CHV) Edward Joseph Bierl (GSC) Brandon Kenneth Burris (CSC) James Stanton Christol (LC) Luke Daniel Conway (CSC) Joseph Michael Drummond (CSC) Cory Lee Durbin (CSC) Warren Ray Hill (EDC) Benjamin Eric Johnson (CSC) Tyson Scott Johnson (CSC) Joshua Scott Kenney (CSC) Wallace Wells Loerch (GSC) Thomas Campbell Miller (EDC) Daniel Rollin Nelson (CSC) Dennis Emmett O'Brien (CSC) John Clare Stohlmann (CHV) Robert M. Werner (LC) William John Wesslund (EDC) Xi (Roanoke) Robert S. Barber (EDC) Benjamin Peyton Bentley (CSC) Robert Sidney Bonney Jr. (LC) Paul Breen (GSC) Matthew Bryant (CSC) Paul Charles Caldwell MD (LC) Edward Lyons Corson II (OB) Raymond Ellis Davis (GSC) William Henri Delatron (GSC) Joseph Patrick Donohue (LC) David James Doyle (GSC) Mark Douglas Edgell (EDC) Stephen Esworthy (CC) David Seaboy Ferguson (GSC) Raphael Ellis Ferris (FC) Skip Fidura (CC) Charles Augustus Freeman (EDC) Robert George Gray (LC) Exree John Hipp (CSC) Paul Richard Jenkins (CHV) Harry Isaac Johnson Jr. (EDC) Donald J. Kerr (FC) Tyler O'Brien Messick (CSC) Richard Joseph Milan Jr. (EDC) Jeremiah Morrow (CSC) Spencer Munro (CSC) Cameron Rob Ogilvie (LC) Randall Hall Overby (GSC) Durward Warren Owen (OB) James William Pickens (CHV) James Peter Piedrafite Jr. (EDC) Donald Joseph Potter Jr. (FC) Ellis Gilmore Ramsey Jr. (GSC) Tanner Roberts (CSC) Fredric Steven Schneider (GSC) Tod Nelson Senne (LC) Carl Beverly Sherertz (EDC) Gregory Michael Snyder II (GSC) (S&L) $500,000+

(FC) $5,000 — $9,999

(SUP) $250K — $499K

(LC) $2,500 — $4,999

(FOU) $100K — $249K

(EDC) $1,000 — $2,499

(OR) $50K — $99K

(GSC) $500 — $999

(OB) $25K — $49K

(CHV) $250 — $499

(CC) $10K— $24K

(CSC) $1 — $249

John Roy Stafford Jr. (LC) James Sylvester Stump Jr. (FC) Kevin Robert Sullivan (GSC) Dudley Foster Woody (OR) Omicron (Alabama) David Rush Adams (LC) George Edwin Aiken Jr. (GSC) William Thomas Bishop Jr. (FC) William Whitley Bright (CSC) John Alban Greaves Jr. (FC) Emmett Bruce Harrison Jr. (FC) Thomas Brooks Henderson (LC) Robert Nathan Hightower (OR) Hamilton Wright Hurd (CSC) Robert Fredrick Inman (LC) Preston Michael Kreisler (CSC) Mack Ollie Matthews (LC) Ray Harvey McLaughlin Sr. (GSC) Thomas Franklin Mills (CSC) Leon Bryant Newman (EDC) William Milton Schroeder (EDC) Lonnie Strickland III (OB) William Calvin Taylor (LC) David Christopher Wells (GSC) Paul Charles Wesch (CC) Rho (Washington & Lee) Robert Dennis Ballantine (GSC) George Ziadeh Bateh (GSC) Brian Crowley (GSC) Edwin Porter Garretson Jr. (GSC) Gustavo Adolfo Larramendi III (CSC) Terrence Lenier McCartin (CHV) Floyd Wingfield McKinnon (EDC) Robert Kirk Park II (CSC) James Edwin Roane (GSC) Edwin Webster Shearburn III (GSC) Malcolm Hart Squires Jr. (EDC) Dade Whitney Thornton II (CSC) Robert Waldbauer (CHV) John Davol Wallace (EDC) Dorsey M. Ward Jr. (EDC) Sigma (South Carolina) Mark Adamson (EDC) Jerry Thomas Brewer (OB) Earl Edwin Cashon Jr. (GSC) Harvey Todd Davis (CHV) Robert Michael Gatti (EDC) J. Barry Harrelson (GSC) James Theodore McKinnon (GSC) Richard Calvin Mims (EDC) Ryan Gregory Padgett (GSC) Wright Tomberlin Paulk Jr. (GSC) Walter Hays Pickens Jr. (CC) Mr. Walter Hays Pickens, III (EDC) Frederick Elliotte Quinn (EDC) Danny Wayne Reynolds (CC) William Sheldon Reynolds III (GSC) Stephen Mayes Rhodes (CHV) Erich Garland Straughn (GSC) Andrew Toliver (CSC) Tau (NC State) Hunter Byron Atkins (GSC) Donald Bruce Barker (EDC) James Edwin Dale (CSC) Jeffrey Harold Davison (CHV) Anthony Lawrence Evans (EDC) Matt Hilliard (CSC) Francis Leonidas Joyner Jr. (EDC)

Randall Edmon King (LC) Steven Michael Leamon (EDC) Kenneth Albert Long (GSC) Christopher Middleton Myers (EDC) Andrew Dowd Page Jr. (GSC) Edmund John Paszt Jr. (CHV) Bradley Darris Robins (EDC) Thomas Anthony Saieed (CHV) Stephen David Seymore Jr. (LC) Edward Russell Thomas II (GSC) Upsilon (Illinois) Jack Joseph Bakker (EDC) James Manuel Bayne (FC) Gary Michael Behrens (GSC) Robert John Bogdanoff (EDC) Parker J. Budzinski (CSC) Ansh Chopra (CSC) David William Devinger (CSC) Glen Edgar Hesler (LC) James Thomas Johnson (GSC) Laura and Jim Kutill (EDC) William David Meyering (CSC) Warren Glenn Miller (CHV) Gregory Matthew Provencher (EDC) Anthony R. Saccomano (GSC) J. Gunnar Schalin (OR) Cody Suba (CSC) Stephen D. Trahey (EDC) Rene Arthur Van Der Heyden (CSC) Walter Timothy Wahlfeldt (FC) Chi (Stetson) Edwin Haupt Culver (LC) J. Patrick Figley (OB) Mr. Tyler Stefan Johansson (LC) Donald L. Johnson (EDC) Edgar Charles Jones Jr. (LC) John-Michael Edmond Lenahan (EDC) Gary Alonzo Meadows (CHV) Bruce Layton Rogers (S&L) John King Snellings (LC) Michael Joseph Sweeney Sr. (CSC) Michael Joseph Sweeney Jr. (CC) Don Earl Walden (GSC) Thomas Manliff Wrenn (GSC) Psi (Cornell) John Henry Angus (FC) John K. Beresny (GSC) George Christopher Bullis (GSC) Michael Patrick Carpenter Jr. (GSC) Thomas Eugene Caulfield (CSC) Robert Treat Chatterton Jr. (CSC) Michael Andrew Davis (EDC) Gregory J. Della Rocca (FC) James Edward Emig (FC) Gary Robert Fisher (EDC) George Franklin Heinrich MD (CC) John S. & Peggy L. Kirk (FOU) Eric Marc Levine (EDC) Nicholas John Linder (EDC) William Fay Newell (CC) Craig Steven Parker (CHV) Michael John Piscitelli (LC) David Dorr Prescott (LC) Edmund Alfred Sayer (CC) Frank Alexei Sherer (LC) Bruce Douglas Spear (GSC) Harold Eugene Sweeney Jr. (GSC) Lawrence George Thayer (EDC) Frederick W Thorne (FC) Erwin Arnold Tschanz (GSC) W. John Zygmunt Jr. (FC)

Omega (Purdue) Nicholas James Anjanos (CSC) Alexander Benson (CSC) Jack K. Berlien (CC) James Robert Berlien (EDC) Andrew T. Conlin (EDC) Russell Dagon III (GSC) Duane Madison Davis (EDC) David R. Davis (GSC) David Ray Davis (GSC) Charles Dulic (CHV) Hugh Michael Flanagan (LC) Leo Carl George (GSC) James Arthur Griffiths (CSC) Brent A. Grunig (GSC) Bruce Robert Halley (GSC) Frederick Rowland Harrell Jr. (CSC) Thomas William Harzula Jr. (EDC) Hilton Bruce Henry (GSC) Rikard Eugene Hill (EDC) Stephen Michael Holtsclaw (EDC) William Harrison Hounshell (GSC) Zach Isbell (EDC) James Dwight Jackson (EDC) E Neil Jay (CSC) David Lee Johnson (CSC) Kevin Eugene Johnson (EDC) Andrew Edward Kotulski Jr. (CHV) Patrick John Kuhnle (FC) Douglas Eric Kunnemann (CSC) David Girdon Lane (OR) Phillip Amos Leslie (EDC) Gregory Vincent Linder (CC) Robert Michael Little (EDC) John Edward Lovell (LC) Glenn Richard Manich (CHV) Eldon Dean Marks (GSC) John Edwin McDonald (FC) David Lee Mitzner (EDC) Philip Edward Newhouse (GSC) Kevin James Ohaver (EDC) Donald Lester Porth III (GSC) Jack Wesley Powers (FC) Nicholas Peter Prichodko (GSC) Robert Allen Rust (EDC) Halbert C. and Ruth A. Smith (EDC) David A. Sterenfeld (CSC) Dennis A. Trescott (EDC) Michael A. Vasil (CSC) Robert Carol Wingard Jr. (EDC) Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Kevin George Berry (GSC) Benjamin Barkley Bush (LC) Lee Folsom (CSC) Matthew Kaine Granger (CSC) Nathaniel Kim Kitchens (CSC) Thomas Lowndes III (FC) Jerad Catterson Mabon (CHV) Charles Robert Melton (EDC) Ralph Bradford Montgomery (EDC) Drayton Thomas Perkins (LC) Joel Lee Tolbert (CSC) Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Steve Reed Baldwin (GSC) Brian David Butler (CHV) Preston Everett Michael Court (CSC) Michael Tommey Dean (EDC) Dalton Hayes Guthery (CSC) Tripp Hall (CC) Kunal D. Naik (CSC)

Italics indicates deceased

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John T. Owen (FC) Shane Colby Pruitt (GSC) J. Dylan Romo (LC) Stanley Abe Sallee (CSC) Miles Frederick Symonds (CSC) Raymond Harold Tipton III (GSC) Alpha Delta (Washington) Manuel Dominic Esteban (CHV) Matthew Anthony Fidgeon (CSC) Stanley Joseph Gratis (EDC) Austin James Hooker (CSC)

Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Robert Reginald Adams (CHV) John Paul Arnold (EDC) Roger Quarles Austin Jr. (CHV) Peter Clairmonte Barr (FOU) Charles Oscar Barrett (CSC) Bernard Alan Barton Jr. (EDC) Paul Craven Bennett (CC) George Bieberbach (CSC) John Lavin Broe (GSC) Russell Albert Burgess (CHV) David Michael Cutton (CSC) Eric Brian Dana (EDC) Allan E Doyle (CSC) Paul Stewart Enrico (LC) Thomas Michael Fitzgerald (LC) Brandon Michael Furry (CSC) Armando Ignacio Gonzalez (LC) Hugh Arthur Gower (FC) Ira Timothy Hancock (CC) David William Henn (CC) Christopher Scott Hill (GSC) Michael P. Hill (OB) Grady Earl Johnson Jr. (CHV) Barry Charles Junnier (GSC) James Richard Kelly (CSC) William Peter Keyes (FC) Elio J. Loi (EDC) Bradford Joseph Lord (CHV) Sabino Martinez Jr. (CSC) Daniel Anthony Martinez (FC) Frank Albert McDonald Jr. (CHV) Robert Scott McKinney (CHV) Robert Wallace McMullen II (CC) Robert Bruce Newman (OB) Michael Joseph Nozzarella (EDC) James Patrick O'Donnell (OB) Roy Traville Olsen (EDC) Salvatore Christen Palermo (LC) Robert John Paterno (OR) Kenneth Arthur Perkins (CC) Robert James Perry Jr. (CSC) Charles Robert Rigl (LC) Richard Riisma (CHV) Ralph D. Saffy (CSC) Bill Sanders USAF (CHV) Robert Norman Scott (EDC) William Henry Seaver (GSC) Austin Robert Sellers (CHV) Glenn Allen Shapiro (EDC) Chandler Holmes Sharon Jr. (CHV) Arthur Bryon Stackpole Sr. (GSC) Michael Alton Stephens (GSC) Charles Alden Stewart (LC) Edward Williams Storin (CHV) Robert Len Sullivan (LC) Mark Hans Thurn (OB) Christopher Jeffers Tice Sr. (LC) Robert Barclay Timberlake (CC) Mark Edward Timmes (CC) John Million Turco (GSC) Jeff & Kris Wahlen (OB) Michael Wayne Young (CHV) Gordon Bryant Zellers III (GSC) Nicholas Alexander Zinobile (CSC)

Alpha Zeta (Oregon State) Justin Bradley Bruner (CSC) See Ming Chen (CSC) Garry Alan Domnisse (GSC) Robert John Elfers (FC) Charles Rodney Hartsough (LC) William Charles Holste (CHV) Rickey Lee Hug (EDC) Mitchell Alan Jensen (CSC) Timothy Ryan Large (CHV) David Herbert Lax (CSC) Hunter James Lien (CSC) Robert Phillip Marx (CSC) William Forsythe McCamman (CHV) William Dean Miller (CSC) Gary Stephen Munn (LC) Gregory Leon Nesbitt PE (LC) Thomas Deane Patterson (LC) Richard Wesley Saunders (CSC) Gary Lyle Smith (GSC) Felix August Subject (CSC) Raymond Carey Terhune (LC) Roger Allen Turner (LC) David Hill Vawter (FC) Eric A. Weiss (CSC) Steven Harold Westfall (CSC) Alpha Eta (Samford) Michael Larry Anthony (CSC) Jimmy Ray Bell RPh (EDC) Matthew Blake Carruth (CSC) Robert Charles Chandler (LC) David Torrence Corey (LC) James Franklin House (OB) Jeffrey Steven Darnell (EDC) William Warren Dixon Jr. (EDC) Robert Ethridge Greene (GSC) Timothy Scott Hebson (CC) Warren Wesley Hilson Sr. (CC) Jordan Reid Hovater (CSC) Jeffrey Scott Little (CSC) Jack Raymond McDonald (CC) William Emmett Pope (CHV) James Edward Purvis (FC) Gilmer Tucker Simmons (EDC) James Michael Smith (CC) Dwayne Kevin Todd (LC) Merle Lindy Wade Jr. (EDC) Alpha Theta (Michigan State) Kenneth Gordon Adams (LC) Thomas Henry Bird (EDC) Max Leroy Bottomley (CSC) Charles W. Bovay (EDC) Matt Breitenbecher (CSC) Frank William Brutt (GSC) Thomas Eugene Burridge (CSC) William Michael Cleary (LC) Brian Robert Connelly (EDC) Curtis Ward Estes Jr. (GSC) Scott Edward Evans (GSC) David Conrad Hames (CSC) Jeffrey Wheeler Hill (EDC) Eivind Jacob Kolemainen (EDC) Steven D. Lambouris (CHV) Paul Allen Long (LC) Roger Wayne Nelson (GSC) James Perry Neve Jr. (CHV) Leonard Charles Paul Jr. (GSC) Alan Williams Perlingiere (CHV) Matthew John Shaheen (LC) Douglas Steven Sutherland (CHV)

Matthew Robert Ulmer (CSC) Donald Earl Viecelli (EDC) Gerald Frank Wajda (EDC) Michael Jerome Yanachik (EDC) Alpha Iota (Auburn) Jack Edward Baker (CHV) Charles Sanford Blackledge Jr. (GSC) Lua Reeford Blankenship Jr. (EDC) Samuel Michael Bruns (CSC) Troy Ivor Corbin (GSC) Hugh David Dozier (CHV) William Scott Finney (LC) Ralph Shell Foster Jr. (FC) Tommy K. Hartwell (FC) J. Ernest Johnson (FOU) James Lynch (CSC) Fontaine Alexander Maddox Jr. (FC) Robert Charles Montgomery (CSC) Gary Murray Patterson (GSC) Grant Evans Reese (CSC) Louis Allan Reynolds Jr. (FC) John Robert Richey (EDC) David Gill Scott (GSC) Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Kenneth Brian Goldberg (GSC) Gordon McCall Krueger (CHV) Jason Robert Prickett (EDC) Patrick Michael Walsh (CC) Alpha Lambda (Ole Miss) Dennis Lee Bubrig II (CHV) Nick Dorer (CSC) Jackson James Fox (CSC) Evan Donald Hile (CSC) Bradley Pfranger (CSC) Ben Barnes Sayle (EDC) Justin Kyle Tanner (CSC) Brennan Trask (CSC) Kenton Howard Wong (CSC) Alpha Mu (Penn State) Jason Anthony Borrelli (GSC) Robert William Boyd (CHV) Richard W. Brown Jr. (EDC) Robert D. Buchwald (EDC) Curtis R. Butler (CHV) Kyle J. Heffner (CSC) Richard Clyde Heim (LC) Nelson Edward Mattern (CHV) Richard Francis McKnight (EDC) Scott DeYoung Myers (EDC) Maurice Paul Ranc Jr. (EDC) Alpha Nu (Ohio State) Wesley Stephen Dantzler (CSC) Parker Alan Dennis (CSC) Jacob Conrad Goodman (CSC) Kevin H. Johnson (CSC) Alpha Xi (St. John's) Albert Aiello Jr. (EDC) Matthew David D'Alleva (CSC) Louis Thomas Destefano (EDC) Paul Walker Dillon (GSC) Bruce Joel Elowsky (GSC) Lee B. Fatell (CHV) Richard F. Groller (EDC) Gerald Carl Holst (CHV) Denis George Klisz (CHV) Ralph J. Koerner (CHV) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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LEADERSHIP FUND

Jack Robert McGivern (CSC) Michael Cory Podobnik (EDC) Scott Callum Quinn (CSC) Nathan Canada Rosas (EDC) Christopher D. Shimer (CSC) Jacques Wyatt Therrien (CSC) Brian Peter Walker (FC)


Thomas George May (EDC) John Joseph Molinelli (LC) Rino Nori (GSC) Antonio Geronimo Quilon (GSC) Richard G. Ramge (EDC) Roy Douglas Sarcona (CSC) George Joseph Siracuse (CHV) Michael Spielzinger (GSC) Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Eric James Almquist (OB) Johnny Andrews (EDC) John Robert Bateman (LC) Kelley & Joan Bergstrom (S&L) Dylan Bogenrief (CSC) Josh Carper (CSC) James Robert Carson (LC) William Willis Chmelar (EDC) Edward E. Cowger (CHV) Ajay J. Desai (OR) Jeremy Duane Dickinson (LC) Joe Ehrecke (CSC) Willis Clifford Fritz (CSC) Jeremy Galvin (CC) Karl Wendell Griffith (CHV) David Lyle Hancock (EDC) Floyd Lyle Herum (CSC) Trae Hestness (CSC) Thomas Joseph Hickey (CHV) Eric Hoffmeyer (CSC) Kenneth Ray Hook (LC) Timothy Andrew Hoskins (LC) Benjamin Robert Jones (EDC) Jeremy Katt (LC) Claire Reed Kelley (CSC) Robert Anderson Lane (FOU) Hubert Mortimer Lattan (FC) Emerson Dawson Linney (FC) Warren Ross Madden (CC) Jackson David Moench (CSC) James Burton Moon (FC) Collan Murray (CSC) Richard Carl Ohrt (LC) Harold Don Osborne (LC) Frank Megran Parrish III (FOU) Aaron Raney (CSC) Ralph Herman Ruedy (EDC) Gregory Michael Rusk (EDC) Thomas Joseph Ruzicka (FC) John Orla Sanderson (EDC) Dave Gene Snyder (CSC) Mark Lynn Stacey (CSC) Lawrence Mark Stella (LC) Matthew Dennis Thornburg (EDC) Brett Jon Toresdahl (FC) John Veak (EDC) Alpha Rho (West Virginia) Thomas Begley (EDC) (S&L) $500,000+

(FC) $5,000 — $9,999

(SUP) $250K — $499K

(LC) $2,500 — $4,999

(FOU) $100K — $249K

(EDC) $1,000 — $2,499

(OR) $50K — $99K

(GSC) $500 — $999

(OB) $25K — $49K

(CHV) $250 — $499

(CC) $10K— $24K

(CSC) $1 — $249

Victor A. Folio (FC) John Carmen Marano Jr. (CHV) Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) Thomas Henry Banks (LC) Stephen James Evans (EDC) Jack Walton Harris Jr. (CSC) Dan Gary Lovely Jr. (CSC) Randall Jeffrey Mims (GSC) Frank Martin Pugh (EDC) Alfred Sim Sewell Jr. (FC) William T. Sigmon (OB) Melvin Spain Jr., (CSC) David Brent Spalding (EDC) James Riley VanFrank Jr. (EDC) Alpha Tau (RPI) David B. Dobson (LC) David Dropkin (GSC) Cedric Herbert Dustin III (LC) Robert Edson Hawkins (LC) Edgar Dinsmore Kersey Jr. (GSC) John Baptist Margenot Jr. (GSC) John William McMahon (LC) George Gordon Morgan Jr. (GSC) Robert Scott Morris (CHV) David Mark Peter (EDC) Francis Hullinger Polom (CSC) Larry Jay Powell (FC) Gary Roger Rapp (CHV) James Frederick Rappolt Jr. (GSC) Edward Rebula (EDC) Paul R Turgeon (EDC) Arthur William Wiegand (CSC) Harry J. Zimmer (EDC) Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) Robert Douglas Austin (EDC) Thomas E. Berk (OR) John H. Buhsmer Jr. (EDC) Barry George Campbell (FC) William Peter Carey (CSC) Samuel John Costa Jr. (LC) Harold Andrews Cowles (LC) Wyn Vaughn Davies (CHV) Joseph Russell Deluca (EDC) Donald Keithley Dement (CHV) Richard Domrzalski (CSC) Philip Robert Earley (EDC) Daniel J. Ginsberg (EDC) Norman Elmer Grede (EDC) Richard Irving Hart Jr. (CSC) Alan David Henderson (LC) Andrew John Kegel Jr. (CHV) John Daniel Knoll Jr. (LC) Michael Francis Lorenzo (CSC) Walter William Lovell (GSC) Richard Nevin Mensch (CHV) George Bert Mullin (CSC) Edwin C. Neuman (GSC) Anthony Noce (FC) Lawrence Rice (CSC) Michael Thaddeus Romano (CHV) Donald Lester Schey (GSC) Joseph Alexander Sheppard (EDC) Walter Sheppard (OB) Daniel Eugene Sonon (CHV) George Francis Spingler Jr. (GSC) John Keagy Stoner Jr. (CHV) Darren James Tapp (EDC) Robert Francis Thorp Jr. (GSC) Samuel Allan Wilson Jr. (CHV)

Stephen Clark Winter (CHV) Frederic Stanton Woerth (GSC) Alpha Phi (Illinois Inst. Of Tech.) Michael Brian Adair (GSC) Edward Warden Bisone (GSC) Christopher John Blanchette (EDC) Nathanael Paul Gombis (CC) Christian Thomas Gordon (CSC) John Thomas Higgins (EDC) Richard William Hughes (EDC) Matthew Eric Hunt (FC) Benjamin Wallace Jones (CSC) Edward Anthony Kaschins (EDC) James Martin Kelly (LC) Gregory James Kolb (CHV) Martin Thomas Kotsch (FC) Roger Lyman Peterson (EDC) Jack Richard Piper (GSC) Victor Edward Terrana (CHV) Richard Thompson (GSC) Ismail Bin Umar (CSC) Paul Wayne Wagner (EDC) Frederic Widlak (LC) Alpha Chi (Miami) Stuart Edward Allen (CSC) Michael Conrad Jacobs (CSC) Patrick Joseph Blakely (CSC) Jenkins Kang Chan (LC) Kevin N Chang (CHV) Alpha Psi (Indiana) Brent Douglas Anderson (LC) Lowell Edward Bailey Jr. (CHV) James Robert Crews Jr. (LC) William Durbin Day Jr. (EDC) Max Allen Fawley (LC) Rodney Len Gunning (FC) James Patrick Halsey (GSC) Michael Anthony Hole (CSC) Wesley Anthony Huesman (GSC) Gary Scott Louderback Jr. (EDC) Joseph Francis Lux (EDC) Kevin Lee McDonald (EDC) Heath Michael Osburn (EDC) Justin P. Patterson (EDC) Dennis Eric Rose (GSC) Terry Lee Russell (CSC) David Scott Shook III (FOU) Jefferson Scott Shreve (OB) Lionel Smith (CHV) Philip Mack Stocksdale (CSC) Paul T.J. Sullivan (CC) Everett Calvin Targett (CSC) Fred Falconer Thursfield (EDC) John Eric Unison (GSC) Todd Andrew Waldman (GSC) Daniel Clinton Walters (CHV) Alpha Omega (Oregon) Donald Dale Lasselle (EDC) Stanley Clark Lynch (LC) Robert Donald Potts (GSC) Beta Alpha (NJIT) Nicholas Adams (EDC) Frederick Becker Jr. (LC) Edward Leonard Benz Jr. (CSC) Brian C. Boutilier (GSC) James Peter Brogan (CHV) Anthony Castillo (GSC)

Russell Andrew Chomiak (GSC) Richard Victor Comiso (EDC) Louis William Crompton Jr. (GSC) Stephen P. DePalma (OR) Stefano Francis DeSteno (CHV) Patrick Guerra (LC) George Robert Hospodar (CHV) Alan Ianuzzi PE (CHV) Scott Andrew Jolliffe (CHV) Henry P. Karnas Jr. (GSC) Edward James Klebaur Jr. (EDC) Lawrence Anthony Kominiak Sr. (GSC) Karlis Vilis Kopans (EDC) Roger Frederick Kreh (CSC) James A. Krucher (OB) Aivars Edgars Krumins (FC) Karl Kubak (EDC) Richard Michael Labinsky (LC) John Francis Lee Jr. (CC) Anthony Vincent Mangone (CHV) Richard A. Mendoza (CSC) Louis Robert Miceli (EDC) Richard Pedersen (FC) John E Pugliesi (FC) Richard John Rodrick (LC) Kenneth James Scheck Jr. (LC) Brandon Thomas Sorensen (EDC) Richard Henry Stephan (EDC) John Stanley Urban (CSC) Francis Joseph Wood (GSC) Beta Beta (Florida Southern) Donald Perry Brown (EDC) Larry Walter Carter (FC) William Whittier Dicks (EDC) Carl Michael Koch (FC) Douglas Warren MacGregor (GSC) Ryan Joseph Pitcher (CSC) David Leon Robertson (FC) Robert Maxwell Weitzner (EDC) Robert Gene Woodall CPA (CSC) Beta Gamma (Louisville) Spencer Earl Harper Jr. (CC) James Alfred Koshewa (GSC) Herbert Maxwell Zimmerman (EDC) Beta Delta (Drake) Robert Albert Cione (CC) Paul Howard Gilman (EDC) Dru Darren Goodman (GSC) James Curtis Hendrix (EDC) James Drach Hornbrook (CC) James Labiak (CHV) Robert Morgan Moody (CC) Joseph Allen Parsons (CSC) Kenneth Joseph Piller (EDC) Martin Rudolph Radtke (CHV) Norris Dean Rowland (EDC) James Lee Rutherford (EDC) Bruce Norman Swanson (CHV) Beta Epsilon (Missouri) Bradley Allen Barondeau (EDC) Matthew Joseph Basta (EDC) George Leo Deutschmann (CHV) Jerry Monroe Dowell (GSC) Robert James Edler-Murphy (LC) David Michael Epperson (GSC) Gregory Scott Gunn (GSC) Richard Michael Hinds (EDC) Andrew Dennis McCarthy (LC)

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Amir Hossain Seif (CSC) Edgar Albert Vaughn Jr. (CHV) John Bryan Whitley (EDC) Beta Lambda (Tampa) Wade G. Birch (EDC) Gary John Cooper (EDC) Ralph Martin Griffin Jr. (GSC) Don Laughran (EDC) Robert Patrick Rodgers (CSC) David John Sullivan (LC) Raymond Howard Wagner (GSC) Joseph J Wessel (GSC)

Beta Eta (Florida State) Thomas Hayes Atwood (CC) Brian Christopher Baber (EDC) Kenneth Lamar Beauchamp (GSC) Frank Edward Borzen (CSC) Donald A. Bowlin (LC) James Delay Bultman (GSC) Charles Domingo Chao (EDC) John Richard Corbett (GSC) Charles Robert Cutajar (FC) Hugo H. De Beaubien (GSC) A. Reginald Dickey Jr. (EDC) Fred DiUlus Jr. (GSC) James Robert Douglass (CC) Christian J. Downs (LC) Robert Drew Elefante (CHV) Gilbert Gerald Fernandez (LC) Donald Craig Filar (CHV) Jamie M Fritz (GSC) Ralph Pegram Gillis (CHV) Guy William Hollingsworth (EDC) Michael Emmett Johnson (GSC) Frank Nathaniel Kaney (LC) Charles Krblich (LC) Michael Scott Loy (FC) Richard Conrad Lukas (CHV) Charles Willard MacMillin (EDC) Brandon James Mahoney (CSC) James Philip Maloney (GSC) Howard Earl McCall Jr. (FC) Breece Allen McCray Sr. (GSC) Harry K. Mcintosh Jr. (GSC) Scott Middlebrooks (EDC) James Wilson Newman Jr. (EDC) Paul Leroy Nichols III (LC) William Jeffrey Niedenthal (CC) Jason Charles Objartel (CSC) Walter Joseph Rothenbach Jr. (CHV) James J Ryan Jr. (CSC) Jay Morris (EDC) Frank Maynard Ryll Jr. (EDC) Norman David Stoddard (EDC) Derby Leonel Ulloa (CHV) Eric Sinclair Wahlen (CC) William Welch (GSC) Charles Milton Wilson (CHV)

Beta Mu (Mcneese State) C. Mitchell Adrian (FC) Austin Matthew Bourgeois (CSC) Paul Eric Cox (CHV) John Morris Dickerson (CSC) Austin Paul Dupre (CSC) Thomas Lenox Gilbert (CSC) Benjamin Matthew Jenks (CSC) Luke Caden LeBouef (CSC) Phil Luckie (CSC) Nathan Cole Oakman (CSC) Diego Alejandro Padilla-Chargoy (CSC) Edwin Martin Potratz II (EDC) Thaddeus Drew Richard (CSC) Howard William Smith (CSC) Richard Bruce Smith (FC) Mason J. Westerchil (CSC) Beta Nu (Houston) Serjio Sanchez Brereda Jr. (CSC) David Scott Dalton (EDC) Cassidy Steven Moore (GSC) Jarrod Collin Portelance (EDC) Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Ryan Barr (CSC) Larry William Beale (GSC) Derek John Berger (EDC) David Bernhardt (CSC) Robert Gene Bromley (CSC) Tyson Carpenter (CSC) David Earl Clappison (EDC) Christopher Cole (CSC) Dale Robert DeWaard (EDC) David Eilers (CSC) Matthew Thomas Eilers (EDC) Kyle Field (CSC) Cullen Hale (CSC) Spencer Haworth (GSC) Eric Kierszkowski (CSC) Basil Lyberg (FC) Jacob Meister (CSC) Jeremy Richard Osborne (CHV) Erick Shane Ray (EDC) Michael Jon Schlusler (CHV)

Beta Theta (Arizona) Samuel Ramsey Andress (LC) Jake Craig Henderson (LC) Beta Iota (Toledo) Edward Bachmeyer Jr. (GSC) Christopher Edward Barton (EDC) John A. Bolster Jr. (CSC) Robert D. Conley (EDC) Joseph Donovan (CSC) Gerald Kelvin Dunaway (EDC) William George Frederick (EDC) Robert Charles Friess (CC) Jeffrey Huston (GSC) Garrick Paul Johnson (GSC) Daniel J. Lucas (CSC) Patrick J. Meehan (CHV) William Charles O'Shea Sr. (GSC)

Gene Edward Peterman (EDC) Lance Allen Talmage (OB) Mark Urrutia (LC) Beta Kappa (Georgia State) Donald Williams Clark (GSC) Kenneth John Cribbs (OR) David Richard DeMarco (FC) Adam Di Giovanni (CSC) Glenn Jackson Johnson (GSC) Adam Norrell (CSC) Donald Elbert Perkins (LC)

Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Michael Earl Allain (LC) Noah Vincent Baudoin (CSC) Nicholas Steven Breaux (CSC) Wesley Long Breeden (FC) Rodney Lee Clements (CHV) Zackery Maxwell Cockerham (CSC) Shayne Earl Creppel (EDC) Larry and Joan Gracie (LC) David Nathan Johnson (CSC) Dedrick Tremaine Lewis (CSC) William Luckie (CSC)

William Lane Luckie (EDC) Joseph Henry Magnan (CSC) Thomas Alexander Marlbrough (CSC) Jack Parnell McCain Jr. (EDC) David Morgan (S&L) Thomas John O'Rourke (CSC) Chris Anthony Prestenback (GSC) Tyler Robinson (CSC) William Philip Welch (CSC) Beta Rho (Clarkson) John Francis Kruse (CHV) Beta Sigma (Northern Illinois) Robert Edwin Berry (CHV) Gerald Freeman Evans (CSC) Ronald Lewis Giles (CHV) Kyle David Mills (CSC) Norman James Pollock (EDC) Austin Robert Pratt (CSC) Beta Tau (Valdosta) James Michael Dowd (GSC) Micah Paul Gremillion (GSC) William Robert Maxwell (GSC) Chet Andrew Mirabal (GSC) John Gordon Morrow III (LC) Ted Nelson (EDC) Avery Allen Pitts (CSC) Walker Vincent Settle III (GSC) Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Stephen Shelby Applegate (GSC) Walter Hugh Brinkman (LC) John Bagby Browning (LC) John Grant Clifford (FC) Glenn Albert Dickson (CC) James Henry Kessack III (CSC) Daniel Blaine Kimball Jr. (CC) Pearon G Lang Jr. (CSC) Charles Michael Lohr (CSC) Richard Lewis Luscomb (CHV) Ralph Eugene Main Jr. (CHV) Peter Philip Martin (EDC) Thomas James Minneman (CSC) Charles Lovette Nesbit Jr. (LC) George Fitzhugh Shipp (LC) Blair Allen Thompson (GSC) Douglas William Varney (CHV) William John Watson III (EDC) Jeffrey Ira Werbalowsky (EDC) Gregory Dale White (CSC) Joseph Byron Yount III (CC) Beta Phi (East Carolina) Dennis Riley Barbour (EDC) James Alexander Britt (CSC) James Preston Carter II (GSC) Lawrence Wayne Haussmann (EDC) Robert Monroe Hood (CSC) Ed Mitchell (CSC) Jeffrey Fenner O'Geary (GSC) Franklin Ramseur (GSC) Daniel Cole Ray II (CHV) Thomas Charles Sayetta (GSC) Cory McDowell Williams (CSC) Charles Theodore Wohlnick (CSC) Beta Chi (East Texas State) Kenneth Lee Park (LC)

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Willitt S. Pierce (CHV) Jay & Christine Stuckel (CC) Roger Lambert Tate (CSC) Laurence Gregory Trudell (EDC) Michael Scott Wallace (LC) Kenneth Charles Weyand (GSC)


Beta Psi (Tennessee Wesleyan) Norris C. Bishop Jr. (EDC) Richard Christie Burdette III (CHV) Joseph Thomas Eldridge (CSC) Barry Alan Saunders (EDC) Beta Omega (East Tennessee) John Nicholas Boronkay Jr. (EDC) Jerry Glenn Campbell Jr. (CSC) David Clifford Evans (FC) William Rhodes Mayes Jr. (LC) Charles Benjamin Motley Jr. (CSC) Eugene Willard Smith (GSC) Robert George Yackanin (GSC) Ronald Keith Younger (EDC) Gamma Alpha (West Alabama) Joseph L. Alexander (CC) James L Faircloth III (CSC) Jack Sterling Garnett Jr. (GSC) Jason Payne Jackson (GSC) Seth Campbell Jackson (LC) Brian Jesse Jenrette (CHV) Sean Clinton Principe (CHV) Harry Lurton Shiver (EDC) Terry Lynn Tate (GSC) Gamma Beta (Old Dominion) Joel Allen (GSC) Samuel Francis Bryant (CHV) Gamma Betta ODU (CSC) Donald Lee Dixon (GSC) Randy Glenn Hollins (CSC) Richard George Howard (GSC) William Grady Jenkins (EDC) William Walton Kirby IV (GSC) Donald Morgan Midgett (EDC) Paul Lester Moses (EDC) Paul Valentine Shebalin (GSC) Joseph Henry Simas (GSC) David Simas (LC) Thomas Ernest Treichler (GSC) Joseph Collins Van Cleve III (EDC) G. Thomas White (LC) Wayne Philip Wilcox (CHV) Gamma Gamma (Troy) Benjamin Thomas Barnett (CSC) John F Butler (CHV) James Norwood Clayton (LC) Laurence Scott Turrin (LC) Hayden Ross Whittle (CSC) Herbert Winfield Blow (EDC) Thomas Lee Carter (OR) David Lee Everson (LC) Howard Kim Hunter (GSC) Thomas Francis Lynch (GSC) Todd Martin Peterson (GSC)

(S&L) $500,000+

(FC) $5,000 — $9,999

(SUP) $250K — $499K

(LC) $2,500 — $4,999

(FOU) $100K — $249K

(EDC) $1,000 — $2,499

(OR) $50K — $99K

(GSC) $500 — $999

(OB) $25K — $49K

(CHV) $250 — $499

(CC) $10K— $24K

(CSC) $1 — $249

Gamma Epsilon (Western Carolina) Larry Franklin Callicutt (EDC) Marvin Davis Cope (LC) Jake E. Floyd (CSC) William Jacob Hall (CSC) Avery Garret Morgan (CSC) Alex Wayne Nelson (CSC) Devin Patrick Owens (CSC) Donald Collins Turner (EDC) William Franklin Willis (LC) Gamma Eta (Athens) Lee Andrew Lemsky (CHV) Gamma Iota (LSU) Jamie Cazayoux (CSC) Paul Chenevert (EDC) Michael Glenn Porche (EDC) Blaine Henry Tatje (CSC) Gamma Kappa (Georgia Southern) Andrew Glenn Aspinwall (OB) Roland Martin Berry (EDC) Oliver Raymond Brown (GSC) Charles Patrick Cates (CHV) Lee William Davis (EDC) Douglas Harold Lambert (GSC) Jerry Reynolds (CHV) Jeffrey Bryan Thomason (CSC) Christopher Arthur Wagner (EDC) Gamma Lambda (Missouri S&T) Christopher Robert Becker (CSC) Christian Martin Otto (CSC) Tyler Wayne Spurling (CSC) Rudolph Michael Wolf (CSC) Gamma Mu (Belmont Abbey) Bolivar D. Green (CHV) Bruce Anthony Martin (CHV) Guy Anthony Piche (GSC) Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Joel Thomas Conway (CSC) Ronald James deValinger (FC) Jeffrey Lawrence Esola (FC) Ronald Lewis Farr (EDC) James H Motos (EDC) Michael Scott Rothschild (LC) Kevin Bryan Sapp (CSC) Ralph Dean Sims (EDC) Gamma Xi (Georgia Southwestern) William Lee Finney (OB) Douglas Kendrick Ledford (CSC) Gamma Omicron (Bethel) John Joseph Brocavich (CHV) Gamma Rho (Lander) James Ronnie Banks (CSC) Steven Bruce Harris (CHV) Jeremy Inabinet (CHV) James Thomas Lusk (EDC) Louis Parducci (CSC) John Settin (CSC) Marion Edwin Thomas (GSC) Barry Carroll Young (EDC) Gamma Tau (North Texas) John Peter Berney (CSC)

Andrew C. Cardenas (CSC) Austin French (CSC) Kevin Alexander Gibson (CSC) Cory Joplin Gonzales (CSC) Travis Allen Green (CSC) Daniel Sean Hansbury (CSC) Gary Lynn Harbin (CHV) Stephen Michael Lewis (CSC) Daniel Ray McClendon (CSC) James Robert Meade (CSC) Jonathan David Peoples (CSC) Patrick Smith (GSC) Eric Tyler Tamez (CSC) Matthew Paul Varnell (CHV) Joshua Todd Williams (GSC) Gamma Theta (UNC - Wilmington) Kenneth Earl Gregory (CHV) Leonard Haywood Harris (GSC) Jon R. Hughes (CSC) Larry Michael Long (CHV) William Denny McCaughan Jr. (GSC) Henry Cicero Merritt Jr. (GSC) Richard Holland Powell Jr. (CHV) Osborne Kirby Walls Jr (CHV) Gamma Upsilon (Oklahoma State) Dylan Todd Gibson (CSC) Jay Fred Marks (CSC) Mark Lovone Neftzger (GSC) Allen Lloyd Peterson (CHV) Gilbert Otis Sanders (LC) William Henry-Tate Schlotthauer (CSC) Daniel Steven Troxel (CSC) Kyle Lucas Wheeler (CSC) Gamma Zeta (West Virginia Tech) Charles Ward Hutzler (EDC) Phillip Raymond Oneacre (GSC) Clifton Albert Smith (EDC) Gamma Phi (South Alabama) William Deering Breeden Jr. (GSC) Joseph Thad Hendrix (EDC) William Harold Ishee (GSC) Sean Michael Johnson (CSC) David Vincent LaRosa Jr. (GSC) Thomas Burt Peterson (EDC) John Gayle VanDerwood (GSC) Gamma Chi (Jacksonville) John Walter Stephenson (CSC) Gamma Psi (Augusta) Ronald Paul Irick (CHV) Ernest Terrence McPeake II (GSC) George Allen Yoder (CSC) Gamma Omega (Montevallo) Robert E Howard Jr. (GSC) Royce Lamar Lader (EDC) Jeffrey Glenn Schulz Rullman (CSC) Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Glenn Nolan Byrd (LC) John Nelson Crist (LC) Ryan Scott Heider (CHV) Kelly James Hobbie (LC) Dale Steven Lewis (LC) Kyle Margolis Pacque (CSC) Robert Brooke Ritchie Jr. (LC) Sidney Jerome Rosenbaum IV (CSC) George Michael Rowland (GSC)

Delta Beta (North Georgia) Richard Francis Baker Jr. (FC) Thomas Lamar Childers (CHV) Donald Covington DuRant (EDC) Christian Anthony Durham (CSC) Victor Cary Eilenfield (EDC) Jake Elhabbassi (CSC) William Cameron Farris (EDC) Stephen Joseph Fugedy (GSC) Joseph Edward Goletz (CHV) Todd Lee Granger (EDC) Victor Delano Irvin (EDC) Charles Andrew May (LC) Donald George Morris (EDC) Douglas Wilton Nicholson (GSC) Bill Wayne Pope (LC) Adam John Post (CSC) P.J. Rodgers (EDC) Andy Olin Smith (FC) Jeffrey Randolph Teplis (GSC) Brian James Yarbrough (EDC) Delta Delta (Truman State) John Richard Andrews (OR) Chuck Barnard (OB) Matthew Michael Freeman (CSC) Brian Matthew Graham (CHV) Daniel Patrick Gunn (CSC) David Del Hennings II (GSC) Irvin Phillip Howard III (FC) Patrick Michael Miller (CSC) James Cecil Palmer (EDC) Matthew Edward Ratliff (CHV) Mark Eugene Schell (GSC) Stephen Robert Schneider (EDC) Tyler Allen Shuck (CSC) James M. Shumake (CHV) Joseph Gearhart Smith (CSC) Samuel William Stewart (CSC) Eric Wehde Vehige (CSC) Josh Allan Wansing (LC) Vernon Edward Wunnenberg Jr. (GSC) Michael Richard Zolezzi (LC) Delta Epsilon (Jacksonville State) Horace Dean Buttram Jr. (GSC) Barton Loyce Chandler (CHV) Robert Anthony Stewart (GSC) Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Zach Ayscue (CSC) Bruce Edward Greenland (GSC) David Wayne Huss (EDC) John Radford Knier (EDC) William Earl Maycock (GSC) Steven Edward Miller (EDC) Edwin Ward Norris (EDC) Arthur John Quickenton (CC) Gary Russell Sugg (GSC) Delta Eta (Morehead State) Tyler Fruth (CSC) Glen Alan Greene (CSC) Lawrence Nelson Kindred (CHV) Gregory Lane Kring (EDC) Ethan Neil Martin (FC) Christopher Franklin McCoy (EDC) Ronnie Allen Reynolds II (GSC) Tayler Singleton (CSC) Gerald Eugene Slone (EDC)

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Delta Kappa (UNC - Pembroke) Curtis Jones Bennett Jr. (CSC) James William Canaday Jr (CSC) Oliver Linwood Canaday (EDC) Bruce Earl Tanner (CSC) Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte) Joey David Byrd (CHV) Michael Alan Haynes (GSC) David Scott Higgins (GSC) Travis Higgs (CSC) William Carroll Jackson Jr. (FC) William Ralph Kincaid (GSC) Charles Anthony Marus (EDC) William S Mumford (GSC) Ethan Preston Norman (CSC) Richard Glenn Pope (EDC) Francis Bo Clyde Proctor Jr. (FC) Terry Reed (EDC) Brian David Swilling (CHV) Tory Young (CSC) Delta Mu (Methodist) Jeffery Steven Deitz (CSC) Delta Nu (Western Kentucky) Carlos D Tatum (GSC) Delta Xi (North Alabama) Lawrence Paul Guess (FC) Delta Omicron (Nicholls State) Jacques David Frere (GSC) Delta Pi (Wright State) Bruce Kevin Rockwell (FC) Delta Rho (USC) Michael Corn (LC) Louis Ramsay Fritz (CSC) Edward Anthony Lang III (LC) Alan Dean Wapner (EDC) Todd Whitney (CSC) Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Craig Lee Anderson (EDC) John Babel (EDC) Mark Andrew Bailey (CSC) Jeremy Thomas Berner (CSC) Nicholas Adam Blakely (CSC) Christopher Robert Browne (CSC) Ralph Mitchel Burgess (CSC) Daniel Miles Dawson (EDC) Alexander Joseph Dudek (CHV) Timothy J Gill (EDC) Steven Mark Grimm (CSC) Andrew Richard Hall (CSC) Eric Rowland Hoecker (CSC) Cory Huber (CSC) Mark Richard Huber (CSC) Brian Scott Jackman (GSC) James Thomas Karlovec (CHV) Joseph Richard Matessa (CHV) Dustin Micheal McCullough (GSC) Alex Robert Meiring (CSC) Michael Joseph O'Connell (CSC)

Brian Christopher Paul (CSC) Scott David Rankin (GSC) Joel Bryant Robinson (CSC) Christopher Allan Shade (EDC) Jeffrey Mark Springer (GSC) Jeffrey W. Stark (CSC) Mitchell Phillip Staugler (CSC) Nicholas Taylor (CSC) Michael Wayne Throne (GSC) Timothy Danger Totten (CSC) Steven John Trivisonno (GSC) Cameron Louis Walter (CSC) Craig Ward (CHV) Darrell Richard Williams (CSC) Kevin Joseph Yania (CHV)

Mark Freeman Munsell (EDC) Brian Keith Pinto (GSC) Pablo Pissanetzky (CHV) Santiago M Rodriguez (CHV) Thomas Gilbert Sullivan (EDC) Thomas Brandon Sullivan (OB) Kenneth Stewart Townsend (CSC) Kent Allen Wittmann (CSC) Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Michael Gary Bumbry (CHV) Lawrence James D'Angelo (LC) Matthew David Feldman (CSC) Patrick Christopher Gallagher (EDC) Trent Royal Gilbert (LC) Jason Robert Kahn (GSC) Scott David Leighty (CHV) James Brett Leslie (EDC) Brian O'Shea (EDC) Joshua Jennings Phoebus (FC) Gregory Chase Rumley (LC) Christian A Wiggins (CC)

Delta Tau (James Madison) Jerry Philip Keilsohn (EDC) Kenneth Roland Kiser (GSC) Paul Michael Marhan (CSC) Kenneth Richard Rand III (GSC) James Phillip Wilson (CHV)

Epsilon Beta (Grand Valley State) Ted Richard Lukomski (FC)

Delta Upsilon (Pittsburgh) Matthew Joseph Frantz (CSC) Thomas John Kaynak (CHV) Joseph Michael Lanzetta (CSC) James Alan Maochi (GSC) Michael G Matthias (CHV) Kyle C. Miller (CSC) Dylan Ashley Morgan (CSC) Paul Woelkers Jr. (CSC)

Epsilon Gamma (Longwood) Justin Gregory Hale (CHV) Hunter Howard Haywood (CSC) Dale William Rankin (EDC) Sean Scott (CSC) Donald Chauncey Sisco II (LC) Matthew Shawn Ward (CSC)

Delta Phi (Radford) Terry Keith Quesenberry (CSC) Jessey Jesus Rosario (CSC) John Roy Spannuth III (EDC) Drew Curtis Wareham (CSC)

Epsilon Delta (Auburn - Montgomery) Timothy Neal Hatch (GSC) David Maxwell Smith Jr. (LC) Epsilon Epsilon (UVA - Wise) Brian Kieth Blanton (CSC) Joseph Bryant Bodenheimer (CSC) David Michael Donathan (CC) Chad M. Horvat (EDC) Edward Farthing Leonard (CHV) Tucker Cole Price (CSC) James William Trullender (GSC) Nathan Binns Wash (CSC)

Delta Chi (Kansas State) Dale Bushyhead (CSC) Steven Clark Hill (CHV) Matthew Keller (FC) G. Lawrence Keller III (LC) Andrew Gerald Lammers (GSC) Kevin Joseph Larson (CSC) J. Timothy Lindemuth (LC) Dylan Royce McKenzie (EDC) Lee James Mueller (CHV) Neil Loran Neaderhiser (CHV) Marco Antonio Saucedo (CSC) Raymond Ortiz Towner (CSC) Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington) Jeffery Steven Alexander (FC) Bill Wayne Alexander (LC) Bryce Aaron Baker (CSC) Robert Nicholas Campbell (CSC) Billy L. Jacobs (CC) Mark Franklin Jacobs (OB) Joshua Jones (CSC) Steven M. Kosta (LC) Dustin Lee Middlebrook (CSC) Anthony Colin Musselman (CSC) Christopher Michael Ochoa (CSC) Anthony Robledo IV (CHV) Bryan Heath Taylor (EDC) Delta Omega (Texas A&M) John David Babb (CHV) Brooks Gayle Bradford Jr. (CC) Abe Alfred Bush III (LC)

Epsilon Zeta (Central Arkansas) Richard Hampton Dixon Jr. (CHV) Epsilon Eta (Winthrop) Jeffrey Allen Mahoney (EDC) William Clyde Moore Jr. (EDC) William E. Russell Jr. (EDC) Thomas James Sacco (EDC) Antonio Santos (CSC) Allan Leighton Wise (CSC)

Michael Wayne Copeland (GSC) Jason Kirk Dodd (SSC) David Michael Dozier (CSC) David Edward Guerra (GSC) Timothy Jay Guthrie II (GSC) Timothy Paul Gutschlag (EDC) Michael Anthony Herrera (CSC) Michael Scott Kearney (CSC) Michael Javier Leal (CHV) Edgar Machado (GSC) Jason Mark Mills (GSC)

Epsilon Theta (Seton Hall) William Battista (CSC) Leonard dePalma (EDC) Steven Joseph Veit (CHV) Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) Charles Robert Cote (GSC) David Brantley Craft (EDC) Roger Eric Searls (EDC) James Lawrence Shaw (LC) Epsilon Kappa (Southern Poly) Carlos O'Brian Abernathy (CSC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee) Jonathan Edward Campbell (LC) Stephen Lynn Crass (EDC) James Scott Davidson (EDC) Travis Javar Jamison (GSC) John Peden (LC)


Jay Revis Barrow (EDC) John Lloyd Diamond (CSC) Donald Wayne Eddleman (CHV) Christopher McGuire Guerrant (CSC) Michael Lloyd Hubsky (CC) James Alexander Ransom (EDC) Epsilon Lambda (USC - Upstate) John Walker Brewer (EDC) Epsilon Mu (Bradley) Christopher M. Assise (EDC) James John Bann (CSC) Daniel Giovanni DeGirolamo (CSC) Ryan Patrick Fasano (EDC) William Furling III (OR) Samuel Cody Kleinman (CSC) Thomas Martin Kopera (LC) Kevin McSherry Lindgren (CSC) Paul Robert Miller (CSC) Nicholas Gregory Pratt (CSC) James Duffield Sapp (EDC) Epsilon Nu (Cal State - Sacramento) Sean Chris Cardoza (CSC) Zachary Corbo (CSC) Stephen Louis Curtis (LC) Samuel Lloyd Fulkerson (CSC) Robert Eugene Langbein (CC) Christopher Michael O'Connell (CSC) Todd Jeffrey Rehfuss (LC) Jacob Patrick Sahagun (CSC) Rubinjeet Singh Sangha (CSC) Brian Joseph Souza (CSC)

Wyatt H. Davis (GSC) Matthew Duncan Hill (CSC) Chase Brennan King (CSC) Lane Allan Seale (CSC) Paul Frank Sedor II (EDC) Todd Ray Worley (GSC) Epsilon Phi (UAB) Joseph Patrick Austin (CC) Arthur Boyd Ennis Jr. (FC) Epsilon Chi (Denver) Carter L. Steer (CSC) Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) David James Conn (CC) Aaron Patrick Davis (CSC) Andrew Hunter Hartwell (EDC) Andrew Edward Hlavsa (CSC) Nicholas Joseph Lucia (CSC) Gregory Eric Moffett (FC) Jerritt Michael Park (EDC) Joseph William Paul (CSC) Dan Reynolds (CSC) Keith Robert Rineer (CHV) Anthony Raymond Ruane (CSC)

Epsilon Xi (Lasalle) William Carreras Jr. (CHV)

Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) Cory Michael Davis (EDC) Peter Logan Dudley (LC) Trevor Estes Foxworth (CSC) Kristopher Allen Hanberry (CHV) Nima Baha Ighani (CSC) Drew A. Roberson (CSC) Jeffrey Vance Ross (CSC) Kristo Antonio Tomasic (CSC) Gregory Bryan Turner (LC) Robert Welsh (FC)

Epsilon Omicron (Villanova) Peter Jerry Anninos (CSC) Joseph A. Brady III (FC) Patrick J Brala (GSC) Brian M Golden (CSC)

Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Scott Gasparini (FC) Eric Lee Peterson (CSC) Matthew P Winter (CSC) Frank Yarborough (LC)

Epsilon Rho (Lenoir-Rhyne) Kenneth Carson Brown (LC) William Rudisill Rhyne Jr. (GSC) Craig Steven Thornburg (EDC)

Zeta Gamma (North Dakota) John Bryant (CSC) Alexander Joseph Burton (CSC) Davin Cermak (CSC) Connor Michael Coughlin (EDC) Nathan Elness (CSC) Erik Granstrom (EDC) Jake Hatle (CSC) Mark Anthony Hobson (LC) Christopher Thomas Johnson (FC) David William Kirkland (GSC) Skye Leake (CSC) Steward Edward Sandstrom (LC) Parry John Schmeichel (EDC) Alex J. Stroth (CSC)

Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph's) Timothy Patrick Curran (CSC) Stephen Michael Mularski (CHV) Vincent Joseph Thompson III (FC) Thomas Patrick Wilson (EDC) Epsilon Upsilon (Georgia College & State) Kenneth James Adams (CSC) Matthew Schevren Brady (CSC) Donald Merton Crume (GSC) (S&L) $500,000+

(FC) $5,000 — $9,999

(SUP) $250K — $499K

(LC) $2,500 — $4,999

(FOU) $100K — $249K

(EDC) $1,000 — $2,499

(OR) $50K — $99K

(GSC) $500 — $999

(OB) $25K — $49K

(CHV) $250 — $499

(CC) $10K— $24K

(CSC) $1 — $249

Zeta Delta (Shippensburg) Steven Troy Merkel (EDC) Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Michael Boggess (CSC) Alan Patrick Duesterhaus (FC) Scott A Kopple (GSC) Lowell Alan Malesky (CHV) Timothy John Quick (EDC) Joseph Lewis Suarez (CSC) Zeta Zeta (North Florida) James Edward Leano (EDC) Robert Charles Raesemann Jr. (EDC)

Zeta Eta (South Florida) Sammy Almasri (CSC) Gabriel Alejandro Delgado (CSC) Shawn Michael Leavor (CSC) Justin Lengyel (CSC) Barry T. Matheney (CSC) Benjamin Steven Meyer (CSC) Peter Reed Pavan (CSC) Bryan A. Vasquez (CSC) Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin) Timothy Andrew Barton (CSC) Benton William Huddleston (CSC) Tracy David Maddux (OB) Tyler Alexander Mair (CSC) Delbert Douglas Oberpriller III (LC) Ray Earnest Pool IV (CSC) Hunter Wayne Shaw (CSC) Cameron Maxwell Sipes (CSC) Zeta Iota (Indiana - PA) James Michael Bender (CHV) Zeta Kappa (Richard Stockton) Michael P. Bowblis (CHV) Erik Flemming (GSC) Zeta Lambda (Cal State - Chico) Daniel Lee Hitzke (FC) Zeta Mu (Cal State - Northridge) Ryan Michael Pringle (GSC) Zeta Nu (West Chester) James C. Ewing (CHV) John P. Farley Jr. (CSC) Alec Greenblatt (CSC) Joseph Vincent Rizzuto (GSC) Jack Charles Rosenfeld (CSC) John Edward Twohig (CHV) Richard Edward Yoegel (GSC) Zeta Xi (Averett) M. Andrew Cervantes (CHV) Rafael Cervantes (CHV) Jay Randall Davis (FC) Derek Steven Forney (CSC) Gerald Norman Isabelle III (CSC) Bernie Morrell (CSC) Richard M. Riano (EDC) David Joseph Thomas (EDC) Zeta Pi (Marshall) Nicholas Bedway (CSC) Tomas Brewer (CSC) Christopher Lee Conley (EDC) Terance McQuade (CSC) Dustin Murphy (CSC) Matthew Nguyen (CSC) Cecil Rappold (CSC) Brandon M. Wear (CSC) Kenneth Weaver (CSC) Kevin White (CSC) Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) David Brian Reule (GSC) Victor Charles Valencia Jr. (FC) Vince Velasquez (CSC) Zeta Sigma (UC - Davis) Jantzen Agluba Pascual (CSC)

Zeta Tau (Barton) Christopher Stone Bryson (CSC) Corby Smith Bunch (CSC) Hunter David Hinson (CSC) Adam Paul Pope (CSC) Jason Thomas Ricks (EDC) Jason Ryan Staley (CSC) Zeta Phi (Colorado State) Robert Duran (CSC) Steven Todd Gaiser (LC) Shawn Wesley Rabourn (FC) Zeta Chi (Albright) Sean Joseph Bates (CSC) Joshua James Linsmeier (CSC) Matthew John Osorio (EDC) Zeta Psi (IUPUI) Lance Knowlton Burnside (LC) Zeta Omega (Towson) William Christopher Grant (CSC) George E Linares (CHV) Eta Alpha (Concord) Michael Spain (GSC) Eta Beta (Indiana State) Eric John Fisher (CHV) William Garrett Hamblen (GSC) Eta Gamma (Colorado) Brooks Fentress Benson (CSC) David Lee Cummings (EDC) Christopher Chambers Giblin (CSC) Bret Heidemann (FC) Bradley Mills Jensen (LC) Charles Wellington Kellogg (CSC) John Nicholas Like (GSC) Travis Austin Lundin (CSC) Nicholas Ryan Pellegrini (CSC) Jason C Pickel (EDC) Zachary Evan Przekop (CSC) Ross Anthony Ranelli (CSC) Steven Adams Samazin (CSC) Stephen Paul Seidel (CSC) Griffin J. Tietz (CSC) Zachary Scott Yoshioka (CSC) Eta Delta (Kennesaw State) Brian Joseph Barnett (LC) Robert Donald Evans (EDC) Alton Daniel Fortney (GSC) Robert Kevin Henson (CHV) Richard C Korson Sr. (CSC) Brian Chase Petersen (CSC) Harold Boyd Shuman III (CSC) Miguel Angel Toledo (CSC) Justin Thomas Tysinger (GSC) Greg Verre (CSC) Eta Epsilon (Maryland) Ross Wesley Knoblauch (EDC) Ian Allan Rubin (GSC) Eta Zeta (Queens) Brett Pharr Abner II (EDC) Jonathan Arbogast (CSC) Walter Arnold (CSC) William Bleistein (CSC) Peter Brittain (CSC)

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Eta Eta (UC - Irvine) John Luis Gonzalez (CSC) Langley Eugene Ho (EDC) Jimmy Hua (CSC) Brian Khoa Tran (CSC) Eta Theta (San Francisco) Kevin Lamont Bachar (CSC) Russi Debaswar (CSC) Preston Alexander Gurrola (CSC) Robert Pahilanga (CSC) Nicolas Charles Pheffer (CSC) Ethan William Robert (CSC) Grant Stephen Smith (CSC) Lawrence Wong (CHV) Nelson Wong (GSC) Eta Iota (Christopher Newport) Andrew Bell (CHV) William Robert Boulden (LC) Timothy David Campbell (LC) Christopher Thomas Conner (EDC) Henry Clayton Fox (CSC) Jonas Linde (CSC) Eta Lambda (Brockport) J. Scott Atkinson (FC) Ryan John Giglia (CHV) Kevin D LoPresto (CSC) Jeremy Parker (CSC) Daniel David Phillips (CSC) Edward Joseph Sacer Jr. (CSC) Mr. Ryan Alan Schneider (CSC) Richard C. Swift (CSC) Jeffrey Michael White (FC) Alexander Zarbis (CSC) Eta Mu (Wingate) Zach Broadaway (CSC) Robert Brent Erb (GSC) Alec LaFontaine (CHV) Eta Xi (Albany) Damon Jeremy Boyar (CSC) James Modzelewski (CSC) Todd Matthew Wangler (EDC) Eta Omicron (San Francisco State) Alexander Escobar (CSC) Wyatt Hogue (CSC) Gary Lee Ulmer-Goodrich (CHV) Eta Pi (Coastal Carolina) James Daniel Dukes Jr. (LC)

David J Myroup (EDC) Daniel Schoonmaker (CSC) Jerry L Wagner Jr. (CSC) Matthew Zellars (GSC) Eta Rho (Texas State) Elias Aguirre (GSC) Dustin LeMarc Alexander (CSC) Chad Christopher Bryan (EDC) Tristan Kyle Holt (CSC) Nathan Craig McDaniel (GSC) Andrae Lamont Turner (EDC) Eta Sigma (UCLA) Todd Arthur Sargent (FC) Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH) Nicholas Ridgway Ballinger (CSC) Michael Kudravetz (GSC) Beau Samples (GSC) Richard David Swensen, III (EDC) Brandon James Tudor (LC) Matthew Wray (EDC) Eta Phi (UMBC) Matthew Edward Garono (FC) Jacob Ryan Hill (CSC) Bradley Soo Hoo Ingram (CSC) George Howard Hershman (GSC) Dwight Polk (CSC) Michael Patrick Sosdorf (CSC) Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Timothy Cason (CSC) Mark Joseph Curry (GSC) Benjamin Wade Johns (EDC) Kenneth Joseph Oubre (FC) Benjamin Roman (EDC) Eta Psi (Central Florida) Richard Charles Bohm (CSC) Troy Cardenas (CSC) Bryan Scott Elliott (GSC) Nicholas Anthony Morelli (CSC) Scott Richard Tanner (CSC) Eta Omega (New Mexico State) Mark Carr (CSC) Cesar Cortez (CSC) Casey A. Groen (CSC) Chris Lou (CSC) Jeffrey Merrill Mitchell (CSC) Ruben J. Talavera (EDC) Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) Brandon James Belote (LC) Gerald Graves Buffington (CHV) Bradley Scott Charlesworth (GSC) Keenan Dollar (CSC) William Francis Ford (CSC) Jacob Warren Garrett (CSC) Cameron Steven Kenney (CSC) John William Langley (CC) Harrison Asa Livingston (CSC) Richard Allen Peterson (CHV) Ross Partridge Regan (CSC) Christopher John Satcher (CSC) Theta Beta (West Georgia) David Warren Condon (CHV) Ronald Michael Lunk (LC) Casey Charles Nichols (CSC)

Theta Gamma (Buffalo) Paul Edward Parker-Thompson (LC)

LEADERSHIP FUND

Pablo Carvajal (CSC) Dylan Evans (CSC) Simms Fischer (CSC) Patrick Fitzpatrick (CSC) MIchael Fleming (CSC) Stuart Hair (CHV) Samuel Lamay (CSC) Will Lin (CSC) Joseph McBride (EDC) David Michaelson (CSC) Jose Montes (CSC) Leo Navarro (CSC) Derek Painter (CSC) William Riley (CSC) Thomas Salam (CSC) DeVin Taylor (CSC) Scott McCants Thomas (EDC)

Theta Delta (Florida International) Wolfgang Alexis Acevedo (CSC) Pedro Pablo Castillo (CSC) George Corton (EDC) Oscar L. Grau (CHV) Noel Jesus Guillama (EDC) Phillip Lloyd Hamilton (LC) Lucas Mantilla (CHV) Jose M. Marin (CSC) Jose Manuel Otero (EDC) Christopher Ray Ponce (CHV) Alexander F. Ravelo (GSC) Robert Frost Riley III (FC) Nicholas Ferdinand Salow (CSC) Gabriel Armando Villanueva (EDC) Tony Vu (CSC) Theta Epsilon (Kansas) Patrick Paulo Baki (CSC) Jacob Michael Flores (CSC) Curtis Everitt Hoover (CSC) Robert Garrett Noble (CSC) Brian Allan Rock (EDC) Jared Wade Thurston (EDC) Theta Zeta (George Washington) Michael Lawrence DiSabatino (EDC) Sean Hallisey (CSC) Caleb David Raymond (CHV) Brian Joseph Taylor (CHV) Theta Eta (American) Justin William Angotti (FC) Bryan Riley (GSC) Ross E. Szabo (GSC) Theta Theta (Iowa) Matthew J. Antos (CSC) Trenton Cole Bender (CSC) Gregory Joseph Buehner (FC) Austin James Feldmann (CSC) Markus Daniels Goodrich (EDC) Cody Reed Gremore (GSC) Nicholas A. Hoeger (CHV) Zachary A. Juron (CSC) Michael Daley Karson (CSC) Michael Anthony Lee Jr. (CHV) Jacob Benjamin Milani (CSC) Steven Dean Schwartz (CSC) Christopher Dane Tank (CSC) Theta Iota (Washington State) Brady Prim (CSC) Theta Kappa (Baylor) Jake Oran Dodds (CSC) Sleiman Elias (CSC) Preston Harris (CSC) Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Francis Ahrens (CSC) Connor Glen Aller (CSC) Zane Eric Clark (CSC) Andrew Crain (CSC) Joshua Thomas Crotty (CSC) Zachary N. Cull (CSC) Andrew Tyler Geer (CSC) William Albert Heideman (CSC) Noah Michael Hendel (CSC)

Curt Herzog (LC) Arijit Kelvin Jana (CSC) Grant R. Leibee (CSC) Matthew Mac (CSC) Theta Mu (UMASS - Amherst) Nicholas Tyler Julian (CSC) Jacob Richard Lees (CSC) Joseph James Piedrafite (LC) Brendan John Sibilio (CSC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Theta Xi (Arizona State) Jedrick Bertram Mazion (GSC) Kevin Christopher Melroy (GSC) Wayne Royce Unger (CHV) Theta Omicron (Nevada - Reno) Mike Joseph Garr (CSC) Kory Joe Hulsey (CSC) Mason Haruo Najima (CSC) Theta Pi (Texas - Tyler) Shane Conway (CSC) Denny Diep (CSC) Austin Joseph Doyle (CSC) Dylan Scott Hayes (CSC) Aristeo Candido Hernandez (CSC) Bradley Neil Hudson (CSC) Taylor Kemp (CSC) Martin McKown (CSC) Andrew Miller (CSC) Chase Thomas Miller (CSC) Gage Cole Nippert (CSC) Sean Michael Reinertson (CSC) Matthew Thrasher (CSC) Peter Jacob Van Der Schans (CSC) Joshua Allen White (CHV) Theta Rho (Western Michigan) Josh Kohnert (CSC) Ben Kulikowski (CSC) Christopher Rettich (CSC) Antonio Ruiz (CSC) Luis Fernando Ruiz (CSC) Victor Tran (CSC) Ryan Paul Williams (CSC) Theta Sigma (Cal State - Long Beach) Wayne Lee Camp II (CSC) Andrew Ryan Carnes (GSC) Justin Michael Dobszewicz (CSC) Sean Michael Hernandez (CSC) JohnPaul Kouri (CSC) Skyler Noel Minard (CSC) Jaime A. Varela, Jr. (GSC) Theta Tau (High Point) Samuel Hobbs Martorella (EDC) Theta Upsilon (Northern Arizona) Drew Lawrence Ammon (CSC) Daniel Jed Lindner (CSC) Eriq Gene Olsen (CSC) Jose A. Parra (CSC) Theta Chi (Ohio) Ryan Miehl (CSC) Theta Psi (RIT) Grant David Batchelor (GSC) (S&L) $500,000+

(FC) $5,000 — $9,999

(SUP) $250K — $499K

(LC) $2,500 — $4,999

(FOU) $100K — $249K

(EDC) $1,000 — $2,499

(OR) $50K — $99K

(GSC) $500 — $999

(OB) $25K — $49K

(CHV) $250 — $499

(CC) $10K— $24K

(CSC) $1 — $249

Patrick Eric Finnerty (CSC) Christopher Daniel George (CSC) Alexander Arie Heerding (CSC) Caleb Sudarsky Jones (CSC) Michael Jude McCall (CHV) Jeffrey George Olivero (CSC) Matthew David Sejuit (CSC) Madison Sabol Spanfelner (CSC) Alex Joseph Wisniewski (CSC) Iota Alpha (Sacred Heart) Brad Cingoani (CSC) Connor Cunningham (CSC) Corey Gittleman (CSC) Zachary Kelly (CSC) Michael Lotito (CSC) Nicholas Scozzari (CSC) Bevan Sweet (CSC) Derek Zarzycki (CSC) Iota Beta (Texas - San Antonio) Stephen Thomas Kapp (CSC) Iota Chi (Ball State) Isaac Gregory Case (CSC) Jonathan David Gerber (CSC) Devin Richard Hussey (CSC) Spencer Doyne Kolbus (CSC) Kohler Michael Mohr (CSC) Kyle Matthew Purvis (CSC) Colton Tanner Robbins (CSC) Huntet Schubert (CSC) Leslie Thomas Jr. (CSC) Iota Delta (New Hampshire) Gordon Shao Pan (CSC) David Scott Zamansky (CHV) Iota Epsilon (Susquehanna) Kyle J. Entin (CSC) Matthew Dennis Reed (CSC) Gregory Philip Swierzewski (GSC) Iota Eta (Embry-Riddle) Hayden Mark Akers (CSC) Damian Barraza (CSC) Alexander Osorio Clithero (CSC) Remington Cole Davis (CSC) William Chase LaCombe (CSC) Wyatt Forrest Marquette (CSC) Terence John Meusburger (CSC) Dominick Albert Peluso (CSC) Andrew Cristian Romero (CSC) Robert Donald Webb (CSC) Iota Gamma (Wyoming) Andreas DeGraeve (CSC) Alex Lee Faber (CSC) Joseph Madrid (CSC) Chase Ryan Miller (CSC) Bryan Robert Powers (CSC) Yair Sanchez (CSC) Iota Iota (Cal Poly Pomona) Augustine Peter Apodaca (CSC) Joseph Michael Flores (CSC) Branden Lee Herron (CSC) Michael Lemus (CSC) Ryan Jonathan Smith (CSC) Iota Kappa (Northern Colorado) Nicholas Andrew Atzenbeck (CHV)

Seth David Baker (CSC) Jensen Gerald Bergman (CSC) Mark Drum (CSC) Chico Raymond Grine (CSC) Mason James Harrison (CSC) Raul Antonio Torres (CSC) Iota Lambda (Quinnipiac) Christopher Michael Aldarelli Jr. (EDC) Erik Burton Blakney (CSC) Tyler J. Cabral (CSC) Erik D. Cote (EDC) Wyatt Richard Craig (CSC) Cole Gallagher (CSC) John Khillah (CSC) Jack N. Maybury (CSC) Luigi Tancredi (CHV) Iota Mu (Arkansas - Fort Smith) Connor Appleton (CSC) Dax Alexander Boyd (CSC) David Curran (CSC) Trevor England (CSC) Caleb J. James (CSC) Daniel Romo (CSC) Isaiah Jordan Schoeppey (CSC) Kevin Wayne Wein (CSC) Iota Nu (Mississippi State) David Michael Blake (CSC) Clinton William Kelly (CSC) Hayden Wesley Park (CSC) Nicholas Gerhardt Petras (CSC) Iota Omega (Nevada - Las Vegas) JD Brown (CSC) Iota Omicron (Iona) Robb Olivieri (CHV) John P. Rocco (CSC) Thomas Severin (CSC) Matthew Michael Shearin (CSC) Cameron Woods (CHV) Iota Phi (Loyola New Orleans) Connor Burke (CSC) Justin Timothy Callais (CSC) Bryant Joseph Istre (CSC) Mark Edwin Schneider (CSC) Joseph William Sweet (CSC) Iota Psi (Boise State) Cole Lindan Cunningham (CSC) Iota Rho (Western Illinois) Francisco Emanuel Aquino (CSC) Andrew Bublitz (CSC) Parker John Gibbs (CSC) William Joseph Gradle (CSC) Tyler Ross Kendall (CSC) Iota Sigma (San Jose State) Terry Mincey (CHV) Iota Theta (Tennessee Tech) Richard H. Steward III (CSC) Austin Vincent (CSC) Iota Upsilon (Florida Gulf Coast) Alberry Charles Cannon III (CSC) Eric Colten Donihoo (CSC) Alexander Howard Kamerer (CSC)

Jett Antonio Midulla (CSC) Robert Peia (CSC) Iota Omega (Nevada - Las Vegas) Austin Forrest Clary (CSC) Ian Duboe (CSC) Daniel Garcia (CSC) Michael Leal (CSC) Kappa Alpha (Case Western) Noah Boksansky (CSC) Luke Anthony Fakult (CSC) Lutian Gong (CSC) Brian Michael Parro (CSC) Kappa Beta (Illinois State) Michael Edward Stec (CSC) Michael Scott Zagurski (CSC) Kappa Gamma (Montana) Ethan Douglas Hoffman (CSC) Nicholas Craig Lewis (CSC) Luke Thomas Montgomery (CSC) Ryan Thomas Murphy (CSC) Harris LaMear Rosendahl (CSC) Christopher Jeffrey West (CSC) Kappa Delta (Florida Atlantic) Evan Jorge Camejo (CSC) Christian James Correa (CSC) Kevin T. Da Silva (CSC) Algernon Niqueraux Dean (CSC) Aaron D. Sherman (CSC) David Austin Thompson (CSC) Jaxon Ernest Travis (CSC) Kappa Epsilon (Stony Brook) Arun Ajay (CSC) Adam Michael Arslanian (CSC) Brian Michael Coyne (CSC) Stratos Strat Kantounis (CSC) Connor Thomas Watson (CSC) Kappa Zeta (Maine) Jonathan Thomas Bagley (CSC)

Donald Christian Schreiber Chervenak (CSC)

Kappa Eta (SUNY Geneseo) Kieran Brown (CSC) Robert Donham Leonard III (CSC) Patrick John McKinney (CSC) Nicholas James Whittel (CSC) Kappa Iota (Idaho) Ryker Mead Belnap (CSC) Matthew Taylor Buchanan (CSC) Ethan Christopher Ennis (CSC) Jacob Dominique Hruska (CSC) William Joseph Kennedy (CSC) Lucas Villagomez (CSC) Kappa Kappa (New Mexico) Riley Anthony Banez (CSC) Robert Angelo Collins (CSC) Matthew Printz Feddersen (CSC) Joseph Alan Funes-Clark (CSC) Steven Gonzales (CSC) Matthew Juaquin Sanchez (CSC) Kappa Mu (UC - Merced) Savier-Carlos Osorio (CSC) Kappa Nu (Sonoma State) Mitchel Scott Sherman (CSC) Troy Strickland (CSC)

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LEADERSHIP FUND

War of the Roses at Kappa Delta Chapter at Florida Atlantic Wichita State (Wichita State) Ted William Angleton (CSC) Jesse Earl Carson (CSC) Parker Matthew Fox (CSC) Esben Langberg Kjaer (CSC) Kalib Zane Martin (CSC) Zach Wojtowicz (CSC) Friends of the Fraternity Kate Andrews (CSC) Chelsea Ball (CSC) Jonathan Ballesteros (CSC) Amory Baril (CSC) Donna Benzel (CSC) Billy Boulden (CSC) Debra Boutet (CSC) Harry Brown (CSC) Michelle M. Castro (CSC) Edwin C. Chaplin (CHV) Carrie G. Clifford (GSC) Carolyn J. Cline (LC) Diana Coyle (CSC) Sharon Cunningham (CSC) Tom Dearing (CSC) Linda H. Deftos (GSC) Elizabeth DePuy (CSC) Allison J. Foster (GSC) Cotelia Fulcher (CHV) Noel Fuller (CHV) Dallas Galli (CSC) Corey Gant (CSC) Kaylan Gerdes (CSC) Meghan Gibson (GSC) Eddie Gilley (CSC) Patricia Goetz (CHV) Brian Golden (CSC) Drew Hall (CSC) Chad E. Harris (CSC) Catherine Harrison (EDC) Lori Hart (LC) Hara Henshell (CSC) Richard Holland (CSC)

Kerry Hookstra (CSC) Leah Howell (CSC) Jenny Hua (CSC) Byron Hughes (CSC) Edward Kirklin (EDC) Jennifer Leung (CSC) First Clearing LLC (CSC) Teresa Lombardi (CSC) Felicia Lotito (CSC) Jesse Lyons (CSC) Julie Mao (CSC) Jim Marascio (CSC) Joslyn McGriff (CSC) Courtney McKenna (EDC) Kristina Mignone (CSC) Brenda Millar (CSC) Karen Mozzo (CSC) Kelly Muil (CSC) Denise, Kurt & Owen Nelson - Blair (LC) Kimberly J. Novak (LC) Michael ODonnell (CSC) Debra Ollom (EDC) Rodger Parr (CSC) Randy Peterson (EDC) James Pflugh (CSC) Mary Phillips Carlson (CSC) Donald Porth III (CHV) Danielle Quinn (CSC) Tim Rhinehart (CSC) Trish Robinson (CSC) Lucille Ann Roener (CSC) Shawn Rogers (CSC) Austin Roski Amendola (CSC) Addison Schopp (CSC) Cheri A. Shade (CSC) Todd Shelton (EDC) Tas Shore Smith (CSC) Terrie Smith (CSC) Cat Sohor (CSC) Scott Springer (CSC) Laura Stenovec (CSC) Cara Stuckel (CSC)

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Claire P. Stuckel (CSC) Brian Swab (CSC) Molly Ann Swonger (CSC) Noah Taffel (CSC) Lonn Taffel (CSC) Alan Taylor (CSC) Tiffiney Taylor (CSC) Doris Thrane (CSC) Sheila Van Zandt (EDC) Sarah Raykes Wagner (CHV) David Wallace (LC) Cameron Warner (CSC) Rachel Westra (EDC) James Alan Wimmer (CSC)

Dianne Woody (EDC) Aretha Mclamore (CSC) Willie Carter (CSC) AmazonSmile (CSC) American Flooring Installers (CHV) AT&T Services (CHV) Atlas Physical Therapy (GSC) Benevity Community Impact Fund (CHV) Chi Omega/Chi Lambda (CHV) Ernst and Young Foundation (CHV) Network for Good (CSC) Vanguard Community Fund (CSC)

the KROEG S OC I ET Y The Kroeg Society recognizes brothers and friends who invest in the success of Pi Kappa Phi through unrestricted, annual gifts totaling $1,000 or more each year to the Leadership Fund. Glenn Byrd

Joseph Hendrix

Barry Campbell

Mark Hobson

Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Alpha upsilon (Drexel)

James Clayton

Gamma Gamma (Troy)

Shane Creppel

Beta Omicron (Northwestern State)

Robert Elfers

Alpha Zeta (Oregon State)

Jay Davis

Zeta Xi (Averett)

Ryan Fasano

Epsilon Mu (Bradley)

Larry Gracie

Beta Omicron (Northwestern State)

Noel Guillama

Theta Delta (Florida International)

Gamma Phi (South Alabama)

Peter Manning Delta (Furman)

Daniel Martinez

Zeta Gamma (North Dakota)

Alpha Epsilon (Florida)

Epsilon Kappa (Southern Poly)

Beta (Presbyterian)

Michael Hubsky Rondal Johnson

Epsilon Lambda (USC - Upstate)

William Keyes

Alpha Epsilon (Florida)

Charles Krblich

Beta Eta (Florida State)

John Langley

Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi)

Dale Lewis

Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech)

Thomas Lowndes Alpha Alpha (Mercer)

Clinton Massey John Nix Eta (Emory)

Larry Powell Alpha Tau (RPI)

Todd Rehfuss

Epsilon Nu (Cal State - Sacramento)

Frederick Thorne Psi (Cornell)

G. White

Gamma Beta (Old Dominion)

Frank Yarborough Zeta Alpha (Clemson)

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HONORARY & MEMORIAL GIFTS The following members and friends made a gift to the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation in memory or in honor of a brother, loved one or friend in 2016.

HONORARY GIFTS

MEMORIAL GIFTS

In honor of William Grayson Scarborough Edward Russell Thomas II

In memory of Albert Paul Brown Louis William Crompton Jr. William Fay Newell

In honor of Christian Adam Wiggins William Fay Newell In honor of Benjamin Charles Schuler Debra Ollom In honor of Gilman Thrane, Jr. Doris Thrane In honor of Camilo Restrepo Allison J. Foster In honor of John Francis Lee Jr. William Fay Newell

In memory of Gen. Thomas Watson Dalton, Jr. Bill Wayne Pope In memory of Stephen Minot Deftos Linda H. Deftos In memory of Joseph L. Alexander Walter Keith Sheppard In memory of James Pelton Kinlock Edwin C. Chaplin

In memory of Griffin McCarthy Eric James Almquist In memory of Allen Oat Woody, III Mark Douglas Edgell Paul Richard Jenkins James Sylvester Stump Jr. In memory of Stephen Earle Wrenn James Alexander Ransom In memory of Benjamin Alexander Kozuch Spencer Kyle Haworth

In honor of Nancy Barr Peter Clairmonte Barr In honor of Mark Edward Timmes William Fay Newell In honor of Dudley Foster Woody James Sylvester Stump Jr. In honor of Michael Sandahl William Warren Dixon Jr. In honor of David Torrence Corey William Fay Newell In honor of David Harold Jaffee Thomas Lucht In honor of Durward Warren Owen John Roy Stafford Jr. James Sylvester Stump Jr. In honor of Joel T. Conway Jr. Joel Thomas Conway In honor of Patrick John Kuhnle William Fay Newell In honor of Ronald James deValinger Ralph Dean Sims In honor of Michael Andrew Davis William Fay Newell In honor of Matthew David Estersohn William Fay Newell

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In memory of Wayne Joseph Stokes Glenn "Jack" Johnson

In memory of Ernest Sanders Barry Alan Saunders

In memory of Ann Kuhnle J. Patrick Figley Donald Lester Porth III

In memory of Richard Lee Goetz Patricia Goetz

In memory of Emmett Orin Dendy Durward Warren Owen

In memory of John Glen Shiley Charles Allen Krblich

In memory of Robert John Wilcox William Fay Newell

In memory of Donald James Lynn James Thomas Johnson

In memory of Bryan David Hood Robert Monroe Hood

In memory of Dave Krajewski John Richard Corbett

In memory of Mr. Joseph Peter Anchundia Justin Gregory Hale

In memory of Daniel Ray McClendon Kevin Alexander Gibson In memory of Paul Clifford Perry Gilbert Gerald Fernandez In memory of Harry Francis Roener Lucille Ann Roener In memory of Clifford William Walker, Jr. Paul Herman Pause In memory of Gary Wesley Huggins Henry Cicero Merritt Jr. In memory of Anthony Jason Perez Lucas Mantilla In memory of John Parrish Durward Warren Owen

In memory of Peter Alfred Jensen Louis Robert Miceli In memory of Paul Stewart Green Michael Alton Stephens In memory of Patrick Stephenson Rising Roland Martin Berry In memory of Edward Franklin VanZandt Sheila VanZandt

Dan Trust, Alpha Alpha (Mercer), paying his respects to Jeremy Chandler, Delta Beta (North Georgia), who joined the chapter eternal while serving in Afghanistan in 2005.

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HONORARY & MEMORIAL GIFTS

In memory of John Joseph Ribar, Jr. James Sylvester Stump Jr.


NU PHI SOCIETY Members of the Nu Phi Society make an annual gift to the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation 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 (College Of Charleston) Robert William Marlowe John Cator Hassell Richard Burke Voorneveld Beta (Presbyterian) Andrew Gregory Elam II Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Daniel James Bosshart Steven Scott Ryder Sigma (South Carolina) Jerry Thomas Brewer Walter Hays Pickens Jr. Mark Adamson Walter Hays Pickens III

Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Michael Tommey Dean John T. Owen Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Ira Timothy Hancock Robert John Paterno Mark Edward Timmes John Jeffry Wahlen Alpha Zeta (Oregon State) David Hill Vawter Alpha Eta (Samford) David Torrence Corey James Michael Smith Dwayne Kevin Todd

Beta Delta (Drake) Robert Albert Cione Beta Epsilon (Missouri) Richard Michael Hinds Andrew Dennis McCarthy Jay Joseph Stuckel Michael Scott Wallace Beta Eta (Florida State) Thomas Hayes Atwood Michael Scott Loy Paul Leroy Nichols III William Jeffrey Niedenthal Beta Theta (Arizona) Jake Craig Henderson

Zeta (Wofford) Mark O’Neill Bundy

Alpha Theta (Michigan State) Matthew John Shaheen

Beta Iota (Toledo) Mark A. Urrutia

Iota (Georgia Tech) Michael Vincent Cowan Parker Holmes Petit

Alpha Iota (Auburn) Ralph Shell Foster Jr. Tommy K. Hartwell J. Ernest Johnson

Beta Kappa (Georgia State) Kenneth John Cribbs David Richard DeMarco

Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) Marvin Spencer Hackney William Stuart Hicks J. Councill Leak Mu (Duke) William Drewry Fuqua Frank Thomas Wrenn III Xi (Roanoke) Edward Lyons Corson II Durward Warren Owen James Sylvester Stump Jr. Dudley Foster Woody Omicron (Alabama) Robert Nathan Hightower A.J. Lonnie Strickland III Paul Charles Wesch Upsilon (Illinois) J. Gunnar Schalin Walter Timothy Wahlfeldt Chi (Stetson) J. Patrick Figley Gabriel L. Gehret Bruce Layton Rogers Michael Joseph Sweeney Jr. Psi (Cornell) John Stuart Kirk Nicholas John Linder William Fay Newell

Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Kelley A. Bergstrom Warren Ross Madden Frank Megran Parrish III Brett Jon Toresdahl Eric James Almquist Emerson Dawson Linney Jeremy Galvin John Alexander Andrews Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) William T. Sigmon Alpha Tau (RPI) Gordon Barnes Wright Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) Anthony Mario Noce Joseph Alexander Sheppard Walter Keith Sheppard Alpha Phi (Illinois Tech) Nathanael Paul Gombis Matthew Eric Hunt Alpha Psi (Indiana) Max Allen Fawley T.J. Sullivan Todd Andrew Waldman

Omega (Purdue) Thomas William Harzula Jr. Patrick John Kuhnle David Girdon Lane Gregory Vincent Linder

Beta Alpha (NJIT) Stephen P. DePalma James A. Krucher John Francis Lee Jr. John E Pugliesi Anthony Castillo Patrick Guerra Kenneth James Scheck Jr. Brandon Thomas Sorensen

Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Benjamin Barkley Bush

Beta Beta (Florida Southern Theodore A. Scharfenstein

Beta Lambda (Tampa) Joseph J Wessel Beta Mu (McNeese State) C. Mitchell Adrian Richard Bruce Smith Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Kevin Patrick Kelly Basil John Lyberg Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Wesley Long Breeden David Dwight Morgan Sr. Beta Tau (Valdosta State) Chet Andrew Mirabal Gamma Alpha (West Alabama Joseph L. Alexander Gamma Beta (Old Dominion) David Simas Gamma Gamma (Troy) Laurence Scott Turrin Gamma Delta (Memphis) Thomas Lee Carter Gamma Kappa (Georgia Southern) Andrew Glenn Aspinwall Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Jeffrey Lawrence Esola

Delta Delta (Truman State) John Richard Andrews Charles Jay Barnard Irvin Phillip Howard III Josh Allan Wansing Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Arthur John Quickenton Delta Eta (Morehead State) Gerald Eugene Slone Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee) Jonathan Edward Campbell James Scott Davidson John Cruse Peden Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte) William Carroll Jackson Jr. Richard Glenn Pope Francis Bo Clyde Proctor Jr.

Gamma Xi (Georgia Southwestern) William Lee Finney

Delta Chi (Kansas State) G. Lawrence Keller III J. Timothy Lindemuth

Delta Beta (North Georgia) Richard Francis Baker Jr. Todd Lee Granger Jon Garrick Hill

Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington) Billy L. Jacobs Mark Franklin Jacobs

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Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jason Kirk Dodd Thomas Brandon Sullivan Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Trent Royal Gilbert James Brett Leslie Gregory Chase Rumley Christian Adam Wiggins Epsilon Epsilon (UVA - Wise) David Michael Donathan James William Trullender Chad M. Horvat Edward Farthing Leonard Epsilon Lambda (South Carolina - Upstate) John Walker Brewer Epsilon Nu (Cal State - Sacramento Robert Eugene Langbein Epsilon Omicron (Villanova) Joseph A. Brady III Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph's) Vincent Joseph Thompson III

Epsilon Upsilon (Georgia College & State) David Lee Hohnadel

Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) Victor Charles Valencia Jr.

Eta Omega (New Mexico State) Ruben J. Talavera

Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) David James Conn Andrew Hunter Hartwell Gregory Eric Moffett Jerritt Michael Park

Eta Gamma (Colorado) Bret Heidemann

Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) Brandon James Belote Bradley Scott Charlesworth

Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) Cory Michael Davis Peter Logan Dudley James Alexander Wedding Robert Emmett Welsh Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Scott Christopher Gasparini Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Alan Patrick Duesterhaus Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Robert Charles Raesemann Jr. Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin) Tracy David Maddux Zeta Phi (Colorado State) Mark Gregory Torrez

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Eta Delta (Kennesaw State) Brian Joseph Barnett Robert Donald Evans Justin Thomas Tysinger Eta Pi (Coastal Carolina) James Daniel Dukes Jr. Eta Rho (Texas State) Andrae Lamont Turner Eta Sigma (Cal State - Fullerton) Todd Arthur Sargent Eta Phi (UMBC) Matthew Edward Garono Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Benjamin Wade Johns Kenneth Joseph Oubre Benjamin Roman

Theta Gamma (Buffalo) Paul Edward Parker-Thompson Theta Delta (Florida International) Robert Frost Riley Phillip Lloyd Hamilton Alexander F. Ravelo Theta Eta (American) Justin William Angotti Theta Theta (Iowa) Gregory Joseph Buehner Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Curt Andrew Herzog Theta Xi (Arizona State) Jedrick Bertram Mazion

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$25,000 — or more

Kelley & Joan Bergstrom, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Bruce & Sally Rogers, Chi (Stetson)

$10,000 — $24,999

Corey Dillon, Zeta Phi (Colorado State)  The Walton Group Kyle Pease Foundation

$5,000 — $9,999

Jenkins Chan, Alpha Delta (Washington)  Durran Coley Collin Foster, Theta Xi (Arizona State)  Bruce & Sandra Hamilton Bob Lane, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) John Miller Todd Nelmes, Epsilon Lambda (USC - Upstate)  Florida Powertain HealthOne System Support Microsoft Matching Gifts Program RiskAnalytics Holdings LLC

$2,500 — ­ $4,999

Sheila Austin George Blank, Epsilon Lambda (USC - Upstate) Joel Borellis, Sigma (South Carolina) Tyler Cabral, Iota Lambda (Quinnipiac) Matt & Martine Cady, Eta Lambda (Brockport)  Susan Cring David Daily Jonathan Devall Marilyn Doucette Laura George Larry Keller III, Delta Chi (Kansas State)  Scott Long Gary Marlbrough Lynn ONeill Desroches Partners Thad Richard, Beta Mu (McNeese State)  Dee Richards Christina Simmons Nick Totagrande, Kappa Theta (San Diego) Andrew Walton, Theta Kappa (Baylor) John Wright Alpha Delta Pi - Zeta Chi Chapter Cushman Family Foundation LTD Zeta Zeta Alumni Chapter

$1,000 — $2,499

Mark Adamson, Sigma (South Carolina)  Kay Akers Mark Allers, Iota (Georgia State)   Derek Ash Mansour Azizkhani Jonah Paul Back, Theta (Cincinnati) Adam and Amanda Bacon, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)  Tanner Bacon, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)   Adam Bain, Epsilon Phi (UAB) Steven Bandy Mike Barnes, Gamma (UC - Berkeley)   Ben Barnett, Gamma Gamma (Troy)  Ernesto Barquet Daniel Beeks Paul Beeks Amy Belnap W. Mark Beshears Kevin Brandewie Ray Brown Cole Bryan, Eta Chi (Texas Christian)  

William Bryant Sam Bullard Kirk Buscho Preston Butcher Steven Carreiro Alexandra Catinazzo Geona Childress Jon Cohn Jeff Colburn, Epsilon Phi (UAB)   David Corey, Alpha Eta (Sanford)  William J Cox Lisa Cronin Matt Dahl, Eta Psi (Central Florida)  Julie Daily T Daily Carmela Davis Catherine Davis Michael Davis, Psi (Cornell)   Mike DeGennaro, Iota Alpha (Sacred Heart) Brenda DiMarco Mark Downs John Doyle Chris Ferry, Iota Lambda (Quinnipiac) Thomas Fisher Darlene Flores Janel Foerstel Susan Forestier Dan French, Upsilon (Illinois)  David A Friedman Lisa Fuller Mark Fuller James Funk Juan Galvez Patricia Gheen Jason Gloe, Iota Omicron (Iona) Timothy Gouloff Bobbi Hageman Jacob Hall Kelly Hall Cathy Harrison Justin Harvey, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)   John Hecht Sandy Hecht Robert Heyn Carl Hruska Morgan Hruska Seth Jackson, Gamma Alpha (West Alabama) Wayne Jacobs Katherine Kincaid Mark King, Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) Tyler Kjellesvik Justas Klimavicius, Kappa Epsilon (Stonybrook) Scott Kopple, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason)   Scott Kriens Karen Krohn Craig Lau Marty Levy Daniel Lin, Zeta Sigma (UC - Davis) Andrew Looney, Theta Xi (Arizona State)  Josh Lundell, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)  Basil Lyberg, Beta Xi (Central Michigan)  Duncan MacIlwinen James Malone Chuck Marcelin Ana Marquez Anthony Martinez, Zeta Xi (Averett)  Barbara Mathews Jaclyn Mathias Stephanie Maxwell Jack May Sonja May

Ryan Mayo  Kathleen McCormick Sally McNeill Robert Miller Sandra And Greg Moise David Morgan Sr., Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Sara Morgan Daniel O'Brien Ryan Offutt Kent Pellegrini Michael Perez Hung Pham Michele Polizzi John Powers Sr., Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Stephen Ramey, Delta (Furman) Jonathan Regalado Leslie Roberts Skyler Roberts Carolyn Robinson Kelly Roy Suzanne Rudman Chris Russell, Eta Phi (UMBC) Jeffrey Sanok Chris Satterfield Kurt Schulenburg, Omega (Purdue) John Schumacher, Beta Delta (Drake)   Joseph Sciandra Sr. Sue Scott Roger Searls, Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro)  Joe Sehwani, Epsilon Theta (Seton Hall) Eli Settoon, Iota Xi (Texas, Dallas) Chris Shade, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green)   Rob Shakar Jason Shur, Zeta Alpha (Clemson) William Sigmon, Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) Andrew Silvia, Theta Delta (Florida International) Mitch Slater Sigrid Snider Duane Stone Andrew Strasburger, Zeta (Wofford) Kevin Sutherland, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)   Jeff Taylor Chris Thompson, Eta Omicron (San Francisco State) David Thompson Dennis Tietz Griffin Tietz, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)  Marcus Uchaker, Beta Iota (Toledo) Jeff Wahlen, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Judy Wargel John Weiler Michael Wright, Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro)  Frank Yarborough, Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Alpha Rho Alumni Chapter American Campus Communities Association of Member Benefit Advisors Bank of America Charitable Foundation Bank of America Matching Gifts BWX Technologies Inc. Chipotle Mexican Grill Cincinnati Marathon Inc. Robert & Terri Cohn Family Foundation The Community Foundation For The National Capital ConocoPhillips Matching Gift Program County of Chautauqua Industrial Development Agency DoTopia / Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign The Duke Energy Foundation The Emerson Group Greater Chautauqua Credit Union Intuit Kimberly Clark Foundation The Matching Gift Center Liberty Mutual Insurance Matching Gifts Program CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Milli Family Foundation Parkway Baptist Church Prime Time Agency LLC Purdue University Student Organizations SEIU Florida Public Services Union Stone & Holt Weeks Foundation United Brotherhood of Carpenters West Toledo Rotary Club Zeta Tau Alpha - Theta Omicron Chapter

$500 — $999

Waleed Alhashar, Epsilon Nu (Bradley) John Anderson, Eta Chi (Texas Christian)  Mario Anguiano Jr., Theta Sigma (Cal State - Long Beach) Andre Arman, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason)  J.P. Aspinwall, Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill)  Sean Astin A Augustinovicz Janet Ausdenmoore Mohommad Azizkhani Laura Baden Linda Badillo Rachel Bailey Terry Barger Benjamin Barnett, Gamma Gamma (Troy)  Christy Barnett Guilherme Batista David Beshears Michelle Beshears Linda Blohm Stacey Bly Sharon Boelcskevy Harold Kelly Bourne Richard Bryce, Eta Chi (Texas Christian)  Elmer Buchta Donald Burkett Andrew Burnham, Beta Beta (Florida Southern) Kyle Buscho, Theta Xi (Arizona State)  Bob Bux, Alpha Delta (Washington) Marquez Byrd, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Yvette Cano Dennis Carluzzo Tommy Carrato, Upsilon (Illinois)  Olivia Chang Casey Childers Jessica Childers Bradley Clark Dan Clark, Theta Psi (RIT) Daryl Coffman Jerry Colangelo Ryan Colarossi Angela Conicelli Dawn Cooper Maria Cordero William Croke Brittany Culotta J. William Dalgetty Lori Daull Hiram Davies Bob Davis Christopher Davis Sally DelBeccaro JoJo DeVita, Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Todd Dipaola, Gamma (UC - Berkeley)  Jason Dodd, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) James Doyle David Draper Alan Duesterhaus, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) George and Ellen Duke Richard Eckerd Thomas Eckerle, Alpha Psi (Indiana)   Robin Edmond Ross Edmondson Hassib El-zein

Virginia Eschenlohr Carol Fabian Raymundo Feito Adrian Fernandez, Gamma (UC - Berkeley)   Jennifer Flores Joe Forehand Jr., Alpha Iota (Auburn) Barney Fortunato III, Theta Nu (Delaware)   Barney Fortunato Jr., Theta Nu (Delaware) Jean Fortune William Fortune Jennifer Frey L. Richard Fried Margaret Friel Jay And Sally Gardner Josh Gardner, Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Gary Garrison Jeff Gaw William Gideon Felix Gil  Kristy Gilbert Anne Glaser Lynn Glover Howie Goldsmith, Psi (Cornell)  Nat Gombis, Alpha Phi (Illinois Inst. of Tech.) Brenda Gomez Vicky Gouloff A Gramer Painting Gramer Denise Gramer Robert Grassmann Donna Green William Green Alvin Guajardo Mesa Gulf Coast Andrea Haas Sherri Hainsworth Hunter Hammonds Dianna Hansbury Mark Harrison Aaron Hasson, Theta Xi (Arizona State)  Nicholas Herrick Elizabeth Higbie Walter Hovell Tammy Hudson Susan Hunziker Adam Izsak Karen Jakobi Chris Johnson, Alpha Zeta (Oregon State) Ernest Johnson, Alpha Iota (Auburn) Ulrich Jonen Dan Jones, Eta Psi (Central Florida)   Jeremy Jones, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma)  Lee Jones Nicholas Julian, Theta Mu (UMass - Amherst)  Somashekhar Kasam Mary Ann Kaufman Ian Keller, Iota Chi (Ball State) Julie Kellogg Brandon Kelly, Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) Colton King Chris Kinsinger, Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Dave Koeninger Demetra Kontos Hermes Kontos Ken and Michele Krisko Herbert Krohn Jim Krucher, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Mary Kushan Peter Lahey Mark Lambrides Michael LaRocca Michael Leccese Joan Ledene John Lee Jr., Beta Alpha (NJIT) Joseph Lesser

Bob Lewis Daniel Leyte-Vidal, Theta Delta (Florida International) Tim Lindemuth, Delta Chi (Kansas State)  David Linden Thomas Linden Tom and Kathie Lingafelter Dave Lizak, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)  Robert Loke Kim Looney Caroline Lynch Richard and Joan Maier Ryan Manceri, Eta Phi (UMBC) Jean Marcelin Judith Marrotte Tony Martin Jay McBride Jr., Eta Zeta (Queens) Jennifer McCaffrey Ryan Mccaskey, Alpha Delta (Washington)  Nathan Mccrary, Theta Pi (Texas - Tyler)   Bryce McDermott, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)  Dennis Mcginley Keith McGovern Shawn McLoughlin, Beta Nu (Houston) Julie McSweeney Chris Melena, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH) Mark Menig, Alpha Delta (Washington)   Cynthia Mesker Henry Mesker Kenneth Mesker Natascha Mesker Doug Miller Scott Mills Emily Miznazi John Moe Regina Moody William Morales Kevin Murphy Leigh Murray Ethan Norman , Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte)  Tim & Tina Norman Greggory Notestine Cindy Nutt Matthew Palmer Andrew Parker Sr., Omega (Purdue)  Michael Parker Michael Pearce Mike Pechin Paul Perconti Jeff Perlman, Gamma Delta (Memphis)   James & Lynda Peterman Beth Pickelsimer Richard Pierce, Alpha (College Of Charleston) Alejandro Pinel, Iota Iota (Cal Poly - Pomona)  Timothy Ponciano, Epsilon Omicron (Villanova) Jeffrey Posner Laura Pugh Larry Quinn, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Erick Ray, Beta Xi (Central Michigan)  Michael Redditt Joe Regenstein IV, Eta Psi (Central Florida)   Tad Richard Michael Riegel Michael Rilenge, Alpha Psi (Indiana) Kristin Ritterbush Bryan Roberson, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH) Philip Robertson Steve Rose Helen Russo Mansour Samadpour Joseph Sangirardi, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma)   Dante' Schembari, Gamma Phi (South Alabama)   Leroy Schmidt Robert Schroeder Richard Schwartz

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Joe Ybarbo Andrew Zale Mark Zeman Elizabeth Zott Bonnie Zumbo Alpha Chi Omega - Alpha Beta Chapter Alpha Gamma Delta - Upsilon Chapter Alpha Phi - Iota Omega Chapter Alpha Xi Delta Arizona CFC 0051 - United Way AT&T Employee Giving Campaign Auxiliary Eagles 4014 Brown's Fairfax Nissan CFC of the National Capital Area Delta Delta Delta - Beta Tau Chapter Delta Zeta - Lambda Xi Chapter Duke Energy Foundation Matching Gifts Program Elite Support Care Inc. Evans Alfie's Restaurant Inc. Frankfurt, Short, Bruza Associates PC Houston Police Officer's Union Ingredion Inc Kappa Alpha Theta - Epsilon Epsilon Chapter Kappa Chapter K.B. Kaufmann & Co., Inc. Knights of Columbus Live Oak High School M.A.I.A. Foundation Medtronic Foundation Matching Gifts Program Phi Mu - Delta Epsilon Chapter Rotary Club of Purcellville Shell Oil Company Matching Gifts Program Textron Matching Gift Program Toledo Police Patrolman's Association Ultra Wheel Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis LLP Wegmans Food Markets Inc. Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign

$250 — $499

Waleed Alhashar, Epsilon Nu (Cal State - Sacramento) John Anderson, Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Brian Acker, Theta Mu (UMass - Amherst) Steve Adelson Michelle Adkins Colin Aker, Omega (Purdue)   Geoffrey Alexander Margie Alexander Angela Allen Raymond Allen Owen Anglum Bill Angotti, Theta Eta (American) Lourdes Araujo Anisa Arman Dominic & Indra Arman Aram Inc / Videopix Konstantinos Armiros Elizabeth Atkisson Kyle, Ashlee, Ava, Uriah Augustinovicz

Scott Austin Sandra Avanzino Alex Baier, Theta Iota (Washington State)  Jerry Bailey George Balhoff Brian Ballew Chandra Balusu David Bandy Susan Barbazon-Wallace Doug Barth, Delta Delta (Truman State)   Eileen Bartolozzi Habib Bassil Michael Beck Andrew Beggs Joseph Bellanti Clyde Bellinger Bernard Bennick Jack Berlien, Omega (Purdue) William Beshears Elizabeth Bjerke Harry Black Michael Black Irene Blakemore Frank Bloxom Kristi Blumhardt E Jackson Boggs James Boland Mary Bologna Marc Boom, Theta Zeta (George Washington)  Mike Botta Blair Boyce Renette Brady Kimberly Breza Walter Brister Michael Brooks, Beta Nu (Houston)   Nicol Buchanan Steve Buckley James Buescher Brad Bujnowski Barry Burke Kathryn Burke Carol Burkhardt Prabir Burman John Busch, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)   Ben Bush, Alpha Alpha (Mercer)   Mary K Byke Stuart Byrd Leslie Cacaro Elisa Cafferky Hugh Caffery Christopher Caine Justin Callais, Iota Phi (Loyola - New Orleans) Carl Cannizzaro Charles Cannon III, Alpha (College of Charleston) Sarah Cano-Vasquez Erin Capobianco Michael Caputo, Theta Xi (Arizona State)   Joe Cardini CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Kendra Scott Saj Scott Carol Seitz Stephen Servison David & Lindsay Shanklin, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder) Josh Sheffler, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)   Nineff Shlita Gail Shumway Mark Sinsky Raymond Skelton Charles Sletten Annemarie Smith James Smith Blaine Spencer, Epsilon Theta (Seton Hall) Frank Stefanelli Michele Stonecipher Julie Stratton Jerisma Stubbs Jake Sutherland, Theta Zeta (George Washington)   Weston Switzer, Eta Mu (Wingate) Jeffrey Taylor Stephen Teraberry Tamara Thomason Sunny Thompson John Thorson Jill Tieche Harold Tool Michael Torio, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Traci L Jendo Brian Tran, Eta Eta (UC - Irvine) Barbara Trease Andrew Trull, Delta (Furman)   Shirley Truong Gregg Turner, Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech)  Derek Twelves Mike Valentine, Epsilon Pi (Virgina Commonweath)  David And Sue Van Bebber Miriam Van Scott Kerry Varnell Matthew Varnell, Gamma Tau (North Texas) John Visconi II, Theta Nu (Delaware)   Kyle Vorndran, Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) Peter Wack Michael Waldron Harry Walker Glenna Waller Todd Walter XI Cathylee Weaver Neil Webber David Weiss Eric Weiss, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder) Jan-Michael Wells Kelly Wheeler Robert White Matt Widders, Delta Alpha (Virgina Tech)  Mary Wilhelm Rick Wilhelm, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)   Mike Wise, Epsilon Nu (Cal State - Sacramento)


Cody Carlson, Eta Eta (UC - Irvine) Jeff Carlson Mauricio Carrasco, Theta Delta (Florida International) Karen Carson Mike Carter, Zeta Zeta (North Florida)  Tom Carter, Gamma Delta (Memphis) Thomas Carter Rachel Cartmell Ted Cassera, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Elizabeth Caveness Julie Cecil Spencer Chan, Alpha Delta (Washington)   Wesley Charlton Igor Cherches Andrew Cheung Chris Chong, Theta Delta (Florida International) Cynthia Chong Cheryl Choy Kendell Christensen Eddie Chung Colleen Citrino Avis Clark Robert Clark Tammy Coe Brad Collins, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason)  Ronald Connell Kathryn Coop Mark Corbo Beth Cornwell Ed Corson II George Corton, Theta Delta (Florida International) Graham Crawford, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)  Jeffrey Creighton, Alpha Delta (Washington)  Dawn Crumel Brad Cunningham Diane Cutshaw Deborah Dades Harry Daily Jr.,Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Gregory Dalzell Nick Daniel, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)  Steven Davis Hilary DeCesare James DeGreif, Theta Lambda (Missouri State) John Delk Joanne DeMenna Steve DePalma, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Eli DeQuiroz, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)   Ashwin Desai Charles Devine Mark DeWire Phil Deyoung, Beta Eta (Florida State) Sloan Dickey Theta Zeta (George Washington)  Brian Dickman, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)  William Dillard

Barry Diskin Cheryl Domanic Gwen Dood John Doody David Dotherow Teresa Downs Rosa Doyle Valorie Doyle Diane Draper Anthony Duhon Michael Dunegan Dave Eaton, Eta Chi (Texas Christian)   Rob and Jen Eisenstein, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH)  Anthony Elibert, Theta Delta (Florida International) Tom Ellerhorst John Englehardt, Iota (Georgia Tech)   Charlotte Estafen George Etheredge Jr.,Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Debbie Fallon Tietz Family John Fedele Matias Ferradas Sharon First Joni Fish Terrance Fisher Tim Fisher Lanse Fisk Elliott Fitzgerald Karen Ford Marci Fox Michele Franca Menafra Carol Freeman Matthew Freivald Marcus Frias, Theta Delta (Florida International) Mara Friedman Dierdre Friel Stephen Fugate Bill Furling III, Epsilon Mu (Bradley) Richard Gacke Juergen Gadau Judith Gain Mary Gallagher Sean Garvey Dr. & Mrs. David W. Gaw Danya George Chambers Giblin, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder) Dawn Gilbert Patrick Glennon Jerrold Glick Ollie Goldschmidt, Theta Mu (UMass - Amherst) Drew Gottula, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)   Michael Gouloff Nancy Gouloff-Grabner Laura Grace

William J Gradle Debra Gravelle Ann Grell Matthew & Kathryn Griffith Sandra Grzybek Maria Guarneiri Diana Guerrini Matthew Guess Randy Guhl Christopher Guidi Catherine L Habib Philip Hahn Jonathan Haines Michael Haisten, Alpha Alpha (Mercer)  J. David Hakman Phillip Hamilton, Theta Delta (Florida International)  Erik Hansen Nick Hart, Delta Delta (Truman State)   Tommy Hartwell, Alpha Iota (Auburn) William Harvey Shawn Heikens, Zeta Phi (Colorado State)  Sherman Henderson Jay Hennings, Delta Delta (Truman State) Kristin Herby Greg Herman Conor Heron, Zeta Alpha (Clemson) John Heron Edward Herrick Matt Herron, Alpha Delta (Mississippi)   Curt Herzog, Theta Lambda (Missouri State)  Laurie Hietter Barbara Jay Hine Daniel Hlawek Randall Ho Whitey Holt Jr., Delta Delta (Truman State)  Zach Hom, Eta Omicron (San Fancisco State) Evan Horstman Kurt Hosna Sheryl Howard Jacob Hruska, Kappa Iota (Idaho)  Nicole Hruska Elizabeth Huber Christie Hudgins Jean Hudson Janet Hughes Jan Hupp Ryan Hurley, Beta Theta (Arizona)   Marianne Hutchison Tony Hwang Tony Igel, Theta (Cincinnati)  Michele Ing Jessica Ives John Jackson Yasmin Jaimes Lawrence James II, Beta Delta (Drake) Samuel Jaramillo Tiffany Jenks Christopher Johnson Charlotte Jones Donny Jones Evan Jones Richard Jones Linda Kahler Cathy Karl-Bryant Patrick Keane Janet Kearns Jim Keleher Matthew Keller, Delta Chi (Kansas State)  David Kelley MIchael Kellogg Charles Kelly, Theta Delta (Florida International) Carla Kennis Eric Kierszkowski, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) 

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Richard Mendenhall Lisa Meredith Michael Miclette Kevin Milford Peggy Milford Chase Miller Robert Miret Cynthia Montalbano Nidia Montero Will Morales, Theta Pi (Texas - Tyler) Presley Morgan Ruth Morgan Andrew Morris Craig Morris Barbara Morriss Jeremiah Morrow, Xi (Roanoke)   William Morrow Lawrence Morton Patricia Morton Frank Mott, Delta Delta (Truman State) Shane Mulrooney, Delta Delta (Truman State)   Louise Munkel  Victor Munoz, Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Lee Ann Murphy Nancy Murphy Jean Musgrave Louise Muth James Myers, Iota Chi (Ball State) Ilya Naumov, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Kathy Needler David Neill Samuel Newblom, Omega (Purdue)  Rita Newell

Marty Newhouse, Psi (Cornell)   Nancy Nicolelis Matt Nordland, Omega (Purdue) Ryan Norris Kevin Nunez Gail Nursey Patrick OBrien Chris Ochoa, Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington) Marie S OConnor James O'Keefe, Gamma Zeta (West Virginia Tech)   Laura O'Leary Frank ONeil David ONeill Deborah Oneill Deborah O'Neill Kat O'Neill William Orndorf Richard Osborne Erica Osorio E Otillio Kathryn Ozimek Lorraine Palinkas Kimberly Papka Barton Paschal David Peacock, Epsilon Phi (UAB) Michelle Pearlman James Pechin Damon Pellegrini Suanne Pelley Sunilsen Peramanu Brian Perkins, Alpha Delta (Washington)   Jerry Peterson Todd Peterson, Gamma Delta (Memphis)   CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

MEMORIAL GRANTS

TODD J. JASON R. PORTERFIELD TIRADO 1977–2000

Todd Porterfield, Alpha Delta Chapter at Washington, passed away on August 7, 2000. Todd was cycling on the Journey of Hope South team and was struck by a car in Lexington, N.C. Todd leaves a very long legacy of compassion, brotherhood, dedication and selfless giving. The Todd J. Porterfield Memorial Fund provides an annual grant to an organization, voted on by the team, that made the greatest impact on members along the Journey of Hope South route.

Todd J. Porterfield Memorial Grant Recipient: 2016: Ability First (Long Beach, Calif.)

1976–2000

Jason Tirado, Zeta Epsilon Chapter at George Mason, passed away on April 30, 2000, from a fall during a hiking trip with friends in the North Carolina mountains. Jason was a Journey of Hope cyclist in 1999 and was spending the 2000 spring semester as Gear Up Florida project manager. He impacted the lives of hundreds during his time with The Ability Experience. The Jason R. Tirado Memorial Fund provides an annual grant to an organization, voted on by the team, that made the greatest impact on members along the Journey of Hope North route.

Jason R. Tirado Memorial Grant Recipient: 2016: Nebraska Spina Bifida (Omaha, NE)

To make a contribution to either memorial fund, please send checks to The Ability Experience, made payable to The Ability Experience. Please indicate in the memo section "In memory of Todd J. Porterfield" or “In memory of Jason R. Tirado.”

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Anne Kinder Mark Klein Daniel Klocke, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)   Michael Kocan Deanne Koehn Paul Koethe Marie Kokenis James Kolbus Tom Kopera, Epsilon Mu (Bradley) Jeffrey Kost Ian Kowalski, Eta Zeta (Queens)   Jerry Kozak, Alpha Kappa (Michigan)   Jeffrey Kozlow, Psi (Cornell)  Amy Kozlowski Hill Kirsten Kraljevic Aivars Krumins, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Anmol Kundlas Divya Kurup Ann Lacey Mary Lacey-Morgan Todd Lackey Larry Lang Pasquale LaRocca John Larson Bruce Lau Sonya Lawley Thomas Layman Thomas Layman Chris LeCuyer Erin Ledene Lauren Ledene Nancy Ledene Bryan Lee Jane Lee Stephen Lewis, Gamma Tau (North Texas) Ruth Lindauer Steve Lindberg LaDonna Lively Lisa Locklear Rachel Long Sergio Lopez Jr., Theta Xi (Arizona State)   Vivian Love Alan Loyd Rebecca Luke Chris Lundquist Sarah Lunsford James Lutzweiler John Lynch Marc Lyons Matthew Mack Kylie Maddex Rae Maier Lisa Mangieri Chase Martin Andrew Matznick, Epsilon Rho (Lenoir-Rhyne)  Ryan Maxwell, Alpha Delta (Washington) Jeffrey May Martin Mayerchak Don Mayne, Gamma Gamma (Troy)   Peter McAndrews James McBride Anne McCaffrey John McCall, Theta Psi (RIT)   Gary McClenahan TJ McClenahan Geraldine McCool Emily McElveen Anne Mcgoldrick William McGrath Monica McGraw Ian & Margaret McLean Paul McLean Kevin Melroy, Theta Xi (Arizona State)  


Dominic Petrini Catherine Phillips Rudy & Patricia Phillips Jerry Pierce Carolyn Pilla George Pivach Mary Pope Bridgette Porterfield Donald Porth III, Omega (Purdue) Sara Pottenger Susan Powers Diane Prater-Kelly Mackie Pritchard Patricia Prittie Paul Prokop John Pugliesi, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Margot Puleri Tyler Quinn J. Randolph Michelle Ranelli John Rasmussen Dylan Rebillot, Delta (Furman)   Michael Reilly Seth Ressl, Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington)  Barry Reynolds Doug Rice Lois Rice William Richards Andrea Ridenour James Riley Jason Rini, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)   Arthur Risden TIm Ritter Joseph Roberts Bradley Robins, Tau (NC State)  Catherine Rockwell Elizabeth Rockwell Gabriela Rodriguez Keith Rollins, Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) Luke Rosetti, Alpha Lambda (Mississippi) Andrea Ross Mason Roy Robert Runkle Nancy Ruprecht Samuel Ryburn Najva Sadeghi Zahra Sadeghi Joe Salvatore Steve Samazin Gregory Samson Sylvia Santos Joe Sarrubbo Jr., Eta Psi (Central Florida)   Jack Schaefer Bernhard Schiefer Janice Schlachter Linda Schlachter Thomas Schlachter William Schneikart Denise Schulte Eric Schwartz Judy Schwer Stephen Sehler The Sesek Family Robert Sheibley Todd Shelton  Robbie Sheridan, Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Jennifer Short Christopher Shrum Todd Shuck Dean Simmons, Nu (Nebraska) Janet Simoneau Irma Simons Diana Skogsbergh Bruce Smeal

Maria Smintina Cynthia Smith Josh Smith, Iota (Georgia Tech)   Justin Smith, Alpha Psi (Indiana)   Karen Smith Laura Smith Timothy Smith Clayton Solomon, Theta Delta (Florida International)   Peter Sortwell Barry Sossamon Brian Souza, Epsilon Nu (Cal State - Sacraento) Chann Spellman Elizabeth Spencer Stan Sprinkle Joe Stanley Lori Stevenson Ranald Stewart A.J. Stockwell, Theta Xi (Arizona State)   Nick Stoczanyn, Upsilon (Illinois)   James Strickland McKenzie Subart Elisa Sullivan T.J. Sullivan, Alpha Psi (Indiana)  Tim Sullivan Steven Swaldi Steven Swann Lyle Swingler Jonathan Tappan Casey Taylor, Gamma Gamma (Troy) Dino Taylor, Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte)   Ben Thacker, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)   Ryan Thibodaux, Gamma Iota (LSU)  Charlene Thomas Leslie Thomas John Tietz Patricia Tikkala Mark Timmes, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Janet Tirado Jones Robert Torreggiani, Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro)  Warren Torris Mark Tracy Bruce Trant Nick Travaglini, Gamma (UC- Berkeley) Cindy Trent Karolina Triska Jennifer Trueblood Jeri Turner Lucille Uguccioni Roy Uhlenkott Mark Vanderlinde Jaime Varela Sr. Stephen Varga Scott Vix Lulu Vizcarrondo Natasha Vogel David Wagner John R. Wagner Eric Wahlen, Beta Eta (Florida State) Sue Walker Chet Wallace Jr., Eta Gamma (Colorado)   Matt Walsh, Theta (Cincinnati)  Elaine Walton Mary Anne Warha Carrie Warren-Gully Kevin Watkins, Epsilon Rho (Lenoir-Rhyne) Robyn Weaver Peter Weber Thomas Wehr Barbara Wells Bob Welsh, Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) Zach Werle, Epsilon Sigma (Christian Brothers)  Chris West, Kappa Gamma (Montana) Tim Whitehead Donna Whitley

Michael Wilbourn, Zeta Phi (Colorado State)  Roger Williamson Gregory Wilson Cory Wilson, Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Dana Wingate Donna Withem Steven Wolf Stuart Wolff David Woods Jonathan Yip, Zeta Sigma (UC - Davis) J Yoder Caleb Yongkuma Colleen Zawaski Hussein Zeidan Wen Yi Zeng Delta Zeta Crystal Zick Doreen Ziska Alpha Omicron Pi - Phi Upsilon Chapter Alpha Phi - Beta Gamma Chapter AmazonSmile Andalusia High School Bay Point Development Inc. The Boeing Company Matching Gifts Program B-Unlimited Inc. Bunn Law Firm LLC Cafe Zupas Cattaraugus County Bank Cava Mezze Grill LLC CBRE College Auxiliary Services The College Hill Group CCB Community Bank CFC Overseas Chi Omega - Zeta Chapter Combined Federal Campaign Overseas - Global Impact CSX Corporate Citizenship Matching Gift Program D Colquett Trucking Inc. Delta Delta Delta Sorority Delta Gamma - Alpha Nu Chapter Delta Gamma - Phi Chapter Deutsche Bank Matching Gifts Program Directv Matching Gift Program Everett Builders Inc. Gereli Marble & Granite Company GlaxoSmithKline Matching Gifts Program GP Strategies ID Solutions LLC Interfraternity Council - UT Austin Kappa Alpha Theta - Omicron Chapter Kappa Kappa Gamma - Beta Mu Chapter Kiwanis Club of Lakewood Livonia Moose Lodge 131 Mascaro Bros Party Rentals LLC McDonalds Panda Restaurant Group Inc. Pi Beta Phi - Alpha Chapter Pi Beta Phi - Texas Zeta Chapter Premier Healthcare Solutions, Inc. Matching Gifts Program ProLogis Matching Gift Program Prudential Financial Inc Matching Gifts Program Reynolds Industrial Hardware SM Energy Company Stirlicious Textbook Exchange T. Rowe Price Foundation Union Bank Employee Workplace Matching Gift Valley of the Sun United Way Verizon West Peoria Firemans Association Wiley Sanders Truck Lines Inc. Zaxby's

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THIRTY UNDER 30 PI KAPPA PHI recognizes young alumni for their achievement after their undergraduate careers have come to an end in the Thirty Under 30. Each alumnus was nominated for inclusion in the 2017 Thirty Under 30 class by his peers, older alumni or friends of the fraternity. The Thirty Under 30 selection committee, composed of volunteers, reviewed all of the nominations in areas such as impact, leadership and service, and awards and recognition. On the following pages, we introduce you to these young men. For their complete story and why they’ve been included in this group, we invite you to read the full story in FEATURES at:

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HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER & BOY SCOUTS VOLUNTEER

AEROSPACE ENGINEER & NASA CONTRACTOR

22

YO

CAUCUS PRESS COORDINATOR, LEGISLATIVE AIDE (COLORADO STATE SENATE)

NICK BREAUX

Beta Omicron (Northwestern State)

TYLER COLLINS

Eta Beta (Indiana State)

SAMUAL GARCIA

Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin)

JAHZIEL GUILLAMA

DREW GOTTULA

YO

Theta Delta (Florida International)

ANDREW CHAN

Eta Sigma (UCLA)

JUSTIN ERNEST

Lambda (Georgia)

SENIOR ANALYST FOR COCA-COLA & HARVARD MBA STUDENT

PATRICK HOBBINS

YO

YO

Omega (Purdue)

Beta Xi (Central Michigan)

SCOTT HART

27

Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)

LAWYER & PUBLISHED SCHOLAR

NEUROSURGERY RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, PUBLISHED IN AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE

29

YO

CAMPUS MANAGER (HOLY ANGELS)

25

YO

28

YO

NICHOLAS HIRSCH

29

2-TIME PARALYMPIC SWIMMER FOR TEAM USA

26

YO

SPORTS MANAGEMENT & MARKETING (TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING)

YO

29

YO

BROADWAY THEATRE VOCAL COACH (HAMILTON & MOTOWN)

27

EVAN AUSTIN

PYSCHOTHERAPIST

28

24

YO

Eta Beta (Indiana State)

29

Epsilon Chi (Denver)

Eta (Emory)

STEVEN GOLDEN

Zeta Eta (North Florida)

JONATHAN CONDE

Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill)

MICAH ELIJAH CALDWELL

Theta Phi (Louisiana Tech)

JORDAN ARMENTROUT

THIRTY UNDER 30

YO

PATENT HOLDER & VP OF AIR SPACE SALE (PRECISION HAWK)

22

YO

3-TIME PUBLISHED AUTHOR & HARVARD LAW STUDENT

29

YO

HEALTHCARE INNOVATOR & PATENT HOLDER

23

YO

AEROSPACE ENGINEER (NASA GLENN)

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PAUL WEBB

YO

MARKETING ASSOCIATE (NESTLE)

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YO

LEAD ENGINEER (ROLLS ROYCE)

26

YO

FOUNDER/CEO (SHARE ONE LOVE)

29

Eta Gamma (CU Boulder)

CULLEN O'DONNELL

Beta Beta (Florida Southern)

CHAIM SANDERS

PROGRAM DIRECTOR & VOCATIONAL SPECIALIST

Theta Psi (RIT)

YO

DARRICK TURNER

RYAN KILBOY

Omega (Purdue)

MICHAEL O'CONNELL

Delta Sigma (Bowling Green)

26

Delta Eta (Morehead State)

SPEECH PATHOLOGIST

DIGITAL NETWORK EXPLOITATION ANALYST (DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE)

NEWS PRODUCER (DC WEEKEND SHOWS)

29

YO

FOUNDER/ CEO (CLEARWATER SECURITY )

22

YO

PEACE CORP VOLUNTEER

28

YO

PROFESSOR OF COMPUTING SECURITY & DIRECTOR OF SECURITY OPERATIONS

26

YO

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER & ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR

29

YO

ADAM WILSON

YO

YO

Eta Chi (Texas Christian)

28

CHRISTOPHER RUFF

INTELLIGENCE OFFICER (US ARMY)

Omega (Purdue)

YO

JORDAN THOMAS

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER (TEACH FOR AMERICA)

27 Beta Iota (Toledo)

YO

Beta (Presbyterian)

28

WLLIAM WHITSON

ENTREPRENEUR & CFO/FOUNDER (LOCUST TRACKING)

25

27

YO

Delta (Furman)

Theta Rho (Western Michigan)

GREGORY J. SPRAY

Iota Rho (Western Illinois)

MICHAEL QUIGLEY

Omega (Purdue)

MICHAEL LOLKUS

Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin)

TOM JACKSON

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JESSE KORNBLUM

THIRTY UNDER 30

YO

LAWYER

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2016 FINANCIALS PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY EXPENSES

Events & Leadership Development $342,851 Interfraternity Relations $96,034 Communications (including branding) $172,525 $4,423,309 Chapter Development & Expansion $424,824 $620,637 Alumni Engagement $79,757 $125,000 Administrative (including officials) $838,601 Staff $1,545,082 $334,950 Risk Management $2,075,784 $96,974 Merchandise $103,199 $151,404

REVENUES

Member Revenues Affiliates & Other Revenues Educational Grants Event / Education Reg. Fees Royalties Merchandise

TOTAL

$5,762,274

TOTAL $5,678,657

THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE REVENUES

Build America $63,668 Chapter Fundraising $560,560 Journey of Hope $638,023 Gear Up Florida $83,816 TAE Challenge $59,875 Corporate Sponsors $138,507 Individual Gifts $521,478 Registration Fees $22,443 Investment Income (Loss) $153,113 Sales / Other $10,579

TOTAL

$2,257,742

PI KAPPA PHI FOUNDATION REVENUES

Restricted Gifts $223,132 Chapter Investment Funds $31,396 Annual Appeal $186,934 Unrestricted Gifts (includes campaign gifts) $680,156 Kroeg Society $21,832 Officials Giving (includes Board of Governors) $11,650 Nu Phi $60,704 President's Circle $8,084

TOTAL

$1,223,889

EXPENSES

Placements & Grants Chapter Services Journey of Hope Gear Up Florida Build America TAE Challenge Administrative Financial Development

$349,279 $167,737 $792,669 $119,939 $114,933 $33,899 $313,893 $221,070

TOTAL $2,113,419 HISTORICAL ASSETS

EDUCATIONAL GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Pi Kappa Phi Educational Grant

2016 $105,000 2015 Pi Kappa Phi Edu. Grant (Pi Kapp College) $22,538 2014 Edu/Leadership Grants to Chapters $9,500 2013 The Ability Experience (+ Bergstrom Service Grants) $141,257 2012 Pi Kapp Scholars $8,798 2011 International Scholars $14,328 Morgan Scholars $50,186 Bergstrom Leadership Grants $8,057 McCollum Scholars $2,020 CIF Scholarships—Local Scholarships $43,249 CIF Scholarships—Supreme Chapter $3,284 CIF Scholarships—Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers $4,444

TOTAL

$11,635,510 $11,377,959 $11,379,130 $6,560,331 $5,548,854 $5,318,081

$412,660

PI KAPPA PHI PROPERTIES EXPENSES

REVENUES

Rental Revenue $3,929,646 Interest Income $46,844 Initiations and Fees (From Pi Kappa Phi) $238,800 Other Revenue $16,112

TOTAL

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$4,231,403

Administrative Depreciation & Closing Costs Insurance Interest & Property Tax Utilities & Maintenance Leasing

TOTAL

$574,381 $918,741 $105,784 $757,576 $1,421,156 $232,507

$4,010,145

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HISTORICAL YEAR END ASSETS

Data used since '98 for comparison

2016 $20,961,336 2015 $14,363,627 2014 $11,111,562 2013 $8,649,918 2012 $9,149,085 2011 $8,779,647 2010 $8,541,624 2009 $5,503,767 2008 $5,745,524

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2007 $5,918,222 2006 $5,266,802 2005 $4,056,310 2004 $4,025,398 2003 $3,976,595 2002 $4,232,697 2001 $4,286,210 2000 $3,995,042 1999 $4,065,246 1998 $4,087,979

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DEPARTMENT PHINAL THOUGHT HEADING FOR MANY PI KAPPS, completing an Ability Experience event and joining the Pi Alpha Society is the pinnacle of experiences. For many others, it is just the beginning of a life commited to service. While cycling on the North route of Journey of Hope in 2015, Jon Heisler, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder), and Mike McBride, Omega (Purdue), already dreamed of finding a new set of roads for after college. Over the following year they began drafting a route across Europe under the banner Ability Challenge Europe. Together, along with the help of The Ability Experience and several other team members, they planned to visit seven countries across Europe. The team of 10 Pi Alphas is currently taking on the challenge of raising $50,000 while cycling 3,000 miles across the European continent in 60 days. All the proceeds go toward funding projects like Ability Camp and Ability Weekend, creating a more accessible world. The team members include: Jason Culotta, Gamma Iota (Louisiana State), Evan Eshelman, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech), Daniel Frenchmore, Zeta Phi (Colorado State), David Heisler, Jonathan Heisler, Eta Gamma (CU Boulder), Greg Kuhn, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech), Michael Leal, Iota Omega (UNLV), Sam Margolis, Theta Xi (Arizona State), Mike McBride, Omega (Purdue) and Zorth Pilonieta, Zeta Eta (South Florida). ď‚Ť

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