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OF PI KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY

Leadership London

expanding our uncommon opportunities

Snapshot 2015 a global view of Pi Kappa Phi

SPR2016

Founders' Day of Giving

Common Loyalty

Pushing our fundraising barometer forward


CEO CORNER

A Global Perspective. As 2015 fades in the rearview mirror and we look ahead to the new horizons before us, we are excited to once again present a global snapshot of Pi Kappa Phi’s accomplishments over the past year — the collective achievements of the Fraternity, The Ability Experience, the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation and Pi Kappa Phi Properties. With this issue of the star & lamp, however, our global perspective becomes about more than just the four entities of the greater fraternity. In these pages, you’ll learn about the launch of our new Leadership London program — an opportunity for our students to head east across the pond in order to study, intern, and explore. A truly unique program designed to develop global citizens.

Mark E. Timmes

SUBMISSIONS Materials for publication should be sent directly to the managing editor at the P.O. Box address or email address shown below. Letters to the editor will be printed at the discretion of the editors.

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

With the print and online STAR & LAMP, we accept materials on an ongoing basis.

Jared Horman

PARENTS The STAR & LAMP is being sent to your address while your son is in college. Please feel free to read through the magazine as we hope it is a publication you will enjoy too. If your son is no longer in college or is no longer living at home, please send his new contact information to the P.O. Box or email address below. PUBLISHER STAR & LAMP (USPS 519-000) is issued three times a year by Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at 2015 Ayrsley Town Boulevard, Suite 200, Charlotte, NC 28273 and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER Send address changes to: STAR & LAMP P.O. Box 240526 Charlotte, NC 28224-0526

Mark E. Timmes MANAGING EDITOR & CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Todd Shelton

GRAPHIC DESIGN

COMMUNICATION TEAM

John Andrews Jeremy Osborne CONTRIBUTORS

Justin Angotti Brandon Belote Greg Buehner Carrie Clifford Basil Lyberg C. Brad Middleton Terrie Smith Sarah Wagner Rachel Westra Christian Wiggins

Looking west, you’ll see one of the newest houses in the Pi Kappa Phi Properties portfolio — a permanent home for the men of our Eta Gamma Chapter (Colorado). And this summer, we’ll head south to Austin, Texas, for Supreme Chapter where we’ll experience one of The Ability Experience’s mission moments as the Build America team arrives and we celebrate their summer of service. We’ll also raise a glass to the success of the Foundation’s Common Loyalty campaign and to the generous donors who continue pushing our fundraising barometer further north each day. This past year has been about innovation. It’s been about successes — small and large, local and national — that strengthen our uncommon and lifelong brotherhood. It’s been about celebrating our students, alumni, donors, volunteers and friends. In our never-ending journey toward a future where every member of Pi Kappa Phi embraces his role as a leader, puts service before self, and improves the world around him, 2015 was another milestone year for the greater fraternity. I hope you enjoy learning more about it in this issue of the star & lamp! Yours in the brotherhood of Pi Kappa Phi,

Mark E. Timmes Chief Executive Officer mtimmes@pikapp.org

EMAIL ADDRESS letusknow@pikapp.org

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TOP STORIES OF 2015

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 2015

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ICYMI: Feature story from the fall star & lamp, be sure to read up on David & Jacob, Zeta Alpha (Pi Kappa Phi-Clemson University) #ExceptionalLeaders (reach: 20,008)

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May the lights of Hanukkah usher in a better world for all humankind. #hanukkah (reach: 23,729) Happy Independence Day! Have a safe and patriotic holiday weekend! (reach: 24,016)

TOP 10 FOR 2015 ON STARANDLAMP.COM based upon Google analytics data

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

FEB 27: Alpha

Omicron alumnus Johnny Andrews recognized for Guinness World Record FEB 20: Five

Minutes With Tracy Maddux, National President JULY 2: Theta

Alpha Chapter gets an upgrade

JUNE 11: The

Ability Experience Summer Events

SEPT 2: Alpha

Delta Chapter cycles to remember a lost brother

JUNE 1: Alumni

initiate Lindsey Graham announces Presidential Bid

DEC 7: David

& Jacob: Living our values at Clemson University OCT 11: 2015

Holiday Gift Guide

MAY 6: The 2015 Thirty Under 30 MAR 12: A

Challenge to our Brothers

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Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of the victims of the tragic event in Charleston last night. As our birthplace, Charleston holds a dear place in our heart and we grieve with all people who call this wonderful city home. (reach: 29,567)

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Pi Kappa Phi Alpha Chapter alumni inititate Lindsey Graham announced his presidential bid today #ExceptionalLeaders (reach: 31,600)

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We are heartbroken to share the news that former Foundation Chair and Mr. Pi Kappa Phi 2007, Allen O. Woody III, passed to the Chapter Eternal in his sleep last night. He was 68. Allen and his wife Dianne were in Fairfax, Va., when he passed. Allen’s brother and Past National President, Dudley Woody, called this morning to share the news while en route to be with Dianne. Funeral services will be in the Salem/Roanoke area at a date and time still to be determined. Once that information is made available, we will post it to pikapp.org (reach: 37,174)

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Happy Founders' Day to all our brothers and friends of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. We hope you take time to celebrate our exceptional brotherhood. Give1904.org (reach: 54,676)

(by National President Tracy Maddux)

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This photo was taken last week in the desert of Kuwait. This Pi Kappa Phi flag has been traveling around the world to brothers serving in the military. It's been to Kuwait, Afghanistan, Iraq, Korea, Germany, Japan and a few other places so far. It will be going out to a brother on a ship in the Persian Gulf next. On the left is 1LT Daniel Gogue, Pi Kappa Phi- American University (Theta Eta Chapter). On the right is CPT Brenton Blair, Pi Kappa Phi- Delta Beta Chapter North Georgia. Both are serving in the same company. #FlagFriday (reach: 58,880)

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Who wants to #ShareaCoke with Pi Kapp? (reach: 74,677)

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On a quiet December evening in 1904 in Charleston, S.C., three friends—Andrew Kroeg, Simon Fogarty and Harry Mixson—made a choice to lead. Those three men chose to start their own fraternity. Happy 111th Founders' Day! (reach: 110,675)

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You are invited to spend a weekend with Pi Kappa Phi at the 55th Supreme Chapter in downtown Austin, Texas, July 28 through 31. Hosted at the JW Marriott, Supreme Chapter is your chance to reignite the fire of brotherhood during a weekend of events that kick off at the famed Austin City Limits. Events include Ritual of Initiation, Supreme Banquet, professional development, an address by the new national president and lots of fun activities for family and friends.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPR2016 || VOL CIIV, NO. 2 FEATURES

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OUR CHAPTERS

Metrics offer a glimpse at the operations of our chapters as our organization moves towards our mission.

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LEADERSHIP LONDON

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COMMON LOYALTY

The Leadership London program provides the opportunity to study, intern and explore the United Kingdom with other brothers.

We are leading the charge to forge almost twelve thousand men each day into uncommon leaders, men who possess the skills necessary to transform society.

COLUMNS i || CEO CORNER 1 || TOP STORIES OF 2015 4 || SUPREME CHAPTER 6 || CHAPTER SCORECARDS 35 || HOUSE & HOME 38 || THE JOURNEY 48 || GATEWAY SOCIETY 49 || LEADERSHIP FUND 60 || NU PHI SOCIETY 62 || HONORARY & MEMORIAL GIFTS 65 || THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE GIVING 74 || FINANCIALS 2015 75 || MEMORIAL GRANTS 76 || PHINAL THOUGHT

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Copyright © 2016 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.

“Wallace is one of a kind. He provides a lot to Pi Kappa Phi that goes far beyond his culinary skills.”

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And the nominees are . . . THE FOLLOWING CANDIDATES

have been endorsed by the Nominating Committee as the official slate of officers for the 55th Supreme Chapter in Austin, Texas. Each individual is listed with the office for which he has been nominated. These men and any others successfully nominated from the floor will be voted upon during the third session of Supreme Chapter on Saturday, July 30, 2016.

THOMAS B. SULLIVAN National President-Elect

Tom is a member of Delta Omega Chapter at Texas A&M University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s in university administration. Currently Tom is working on his doctorate in education at Texas Tech University and expects to finish by December of 2016. As an undergraduate, Tom completed terms as The Ability Experience chairman, chaplain and three years as vice archon. As an alumnus, Tom served on the national staff as director of chapter services and has filled roles as chapter advisor for Eta Chi (TCU), recruitment advisor for Delta Omega (Texas A&M) and faculty advisor for Eta Rho (Texas State). He has also served as a regional governor and was recognized as “Regional Governor of the Year” in 2003. In 2004, he was recognized with the exclusive Beta Circle Award, recognizing his contributions to the fraternity’s recruitment and expansion efforts. Tom has served two terms as national historian, one as national secretary, one as national treasurer, and one as vice president/president-elect. He is the director of student life at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, where he lives with his wife, Cheri, their son Owen and daughter Carly.

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JEREMY D. GALVIN National Vice President/President-Elect nominee

Jeremy was initiated in 1993 into Alpha Omicron Chapter at Iowa State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in 1997 and a master’s in 2009. As a student Jeremy served his chapter as archon and warden. As an alumnus Jeremy has served as chapter advisor for his own chapter and as regional governor for the Northern Plains region. Jeremy remains active with the Alpha Omicron BOAA and Building Corporation and has served on The Ability Experience board of directors. He has also worked for the national staff in various capacities, including as a leadership consultant, director of the Journey Project, director of volunteer services and director of volunteer and chapter services. Jeremy lives in Ames, Iowa, with his wife, Jenn, and their three children, Annie, Lillie and Ben. He is the vice president for development at the Iowa State University Foundation.

WILLIAM T. SIGMON National Treasurer nominee

William is an initiate of the Alpha Sigma Chapter at the University of Tennessee, where as a student he served as treasurer, secretary and chaplain. As a volunteer, he has served as a member of the Alpha Sigma Housing Corporation, as regional governor in North Carolina and as City Events coordinator for the Charlotte area. Since 2006, William has been a member of The Ability Experience board of directors, serving terms as secretary, treasurer and chairman, as well as leading numerous board committees during his tenure. He was elected to the National Council at starandlamp.com


ERIC J. ALMQUIST National Secretary nominee

Eric was initiated into the Alpha Omicron Chapter at Iowa State University on October 16, 1987. In 1988, Eric was a member of the first Journey of Hope team. Since graduation, Eric has served on the Board of Alumni Advisors for his chapter at Alpha Omicron and has also served as chapter advisor for two chapters of Pi Kappa Phi. At the national level, Eric has served on two of Pi Kappa Phi’s four national leadership boards. He joined The Ability Experience board of directors in 1998 and served on the board for ten years, including two years as president from 2004 to 2006. In 2006, Eric joined the Board of Directors for Pi Kappa Phi Properties and served as the vice president, in charge of the Infrastructure Loan Fund (ILF) for Properties 2008 – 2012, and chairman of the Pi Kappa Phi Properties board 2012 – 2014. Eric currently serves on the National Council as the National Historian. Eric has served as a facilitator for Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers and also co-chaired the Alumni Planning Committee for the 80th anniversary of his chapter at Iowa State in 2009. Eric currently lives in the Chicago area, with his wife Paula and daughter Caroline.

GLENN ASPINWALL National Historian nominee

Glenn is a member of Gamma Kappa Chapter at Georgia Southern University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing and served as historian, vice archon and delegate to the 75th anniversary Supreme Chapter. For five semesters from January 1982 to summer 1984, Glenn worked as a staff member of the national headquarters, including time as expansion director where he assisted starting 10 new chapters. He served his own chapter as housing corporation president for over 15 years leading the fundraiser to construct the first house at GSU Greek Village. As a volunteer, Glenn first served the greater fraternity as area governor for the Virginia region. For the past 20 years, Glenn has served on the Board of Pi Kappa Phi Properties, four years as its president and for the past eight years as its vice president for acquisition helping Pi Kappa Phi Properties purchase or master lease 14 chapter houses. At the Supreme Chapter in 2008 Glenn was honored with the Merit Citation Award for service to Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Glenn lives with his wife of 26 years, Cindi, in Atlanta, Ga., where he is an Executive Vice President for Jones Lang LaSalle. Glenn and Cindi have three children, daughter Kate and sons Drew and Josh.

ALAN DUESTERHAUS National Chaplain nominee

Alan is a founding father of the Zeta Epsilon Chapter at George Mason University, where he served as historian, IFC president, and archon. After graduation, Alan worked on the national staff as a leadership consultant for one and a half years. As

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a volunteer he has served as a chapter advisor, area governor, ASTP and Ladder of Risk presenter. Alan currently serves on The Ability Experience board. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from George Mason University, a master’s degree in counseling psychology from James Madison University, a doctorate in higher education administration from Vanderbilt University, and a postdoctorate in marketing and management from the University of Florida. Alan lives with his wife of 25 years, Molly, in Decatur, Ill., where he is an Assistant Professor of Management & Marketing at the Tabor School of Business at Millikin University.

JAMES M. SMITH National Chancellor nominee

James was initiated into the Alpha Eta Chapter at Samford University, where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in religion and human relations and served as his chapter’s recruitment chairman. After college, James accepted a position at Texas Christian University as a residence hall director. At TCU, he worked to open the door for Pi Kappa Phi to expand on campus, which ultimately led to the founding of Eta Chi Chapter. While in Fort Worth, James earned a master of arts in theology from Southwestern Seminary and met his wife, Tas, a proud Horned Frog and Chi Omega alumna. James returned to Samford to attend law school at the Cumberland School of Law, after which he clerked for the Alabama Supreme Court in Montgomery. Since his clerkship, James has maintained an active law practice, primarily focused on insurance and rental purchase law. For more than two decades, he has served as a chapter advisor, regional governor, and most recently, national chancellor. He and Tas, along with their three children— Emily Ann, 14; Sam, 11; and Abby, 8— currently live in Birmingham, Ala., but are moving in June to Paris, Tenn.

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the 54th Supreme Chapter in Atlanta and currently serves as National Chaplain. William received a bachelor’s of science degree in business administration from the University of Tennessee and has also attained certification as a Six Sigma Master Blackbelt. He is currently a Senior Vice President with Bank of America Corporation in Charlotte, N.C., where he lives with his wife Elizabeth, and their two children Marshall and Jordan.


CHAP

How to read the scorecard: 75 Years

Iota1 Omicron Chapter 2 Founded 1940

4 3.08 3.24

GPA

FALL14

SIZE 2014 2015

SPR15

7 6

SPR

10$2,169

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

NPC

127

1 2

-

IFC RANK

1/3

3 5

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

68 677 18

ALL MEN'S AVG

24

PER MAN

ALUMNI

51 13

$31 DONORS

12

18 86 24

11525

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GIFTS

51

Iota Omicron Chapter (Iona) brothers

1

RETENTION RATE

9% 100

PER MAN

8

GIFTS TOTAL

$695

Chapter designation ( * ) denotes closed in 2016 If icon present, it denotes Founders' Award ( ) or Champion Master Chapter ( )

3

Seven Objectives of Chapter Excellence score (1 to 3 stars)

4

GPA - fall 2014, spring 2015, all men's average on campus, rank among IFC chapters

5

Number of alumni & volunteers working with chapter

6

Chapter size at the end of 2014 and 2015

7

Number pre-initiated in spring 2015, fall 2015 and 2015 total

8

Number initiated in spring 2015, fall 2015 and 2015 total

9

Retention rate based on the number of pre-initiated men who were then initiated

The Ability Experience (TAE) 10

Total & per man fundraising

11

Total & per man volunteer hours

Pi Kappa Phi Foundation (FOU) 12

Total undergraduates in the National President's Circle undergraduate giving club

13

Total living alumni; number of donors; total number of gifts; total dollars given

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PTERS OUR MISSION GUIDES US as a fraternity. Metrics offer a glimpse at the operations of our chapters as our organization moves towards our mission. The scorecards on the following pages create a snapshot of our chapters’ achievements over the course of the 2015 calendar year. Like last year, each scorecard includes 13 different data points for you to compare a chapter’s performance to last year. A key is provided to the left.

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In addition to these metrics, we hope you enjoy a sampling of our 2015 Chapter News Briefs — moments when our mission of developing an uncommon and lifelong brotherhood can be seen most clearly. These brief 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. 

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Alpha Chapter

Beta Chapter

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

51 56 11 30 41

DONORS

845

38

442

GIFTS

7

GIFTS TOTAL

49

$9,359

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.07 3.08 3.06 SIZE 2014 2015

IFC RANK

5/5

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

92 82 21 0 21 17 0 17 81% F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

$9,231

NPC

2

PER MAN

$134

ALUMNI

DONORS

615

7

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

449

GIFTS

7

SPR15

11

54 55

5

1

$18

ALUMNI

629

FALL14

SPR15

SIZE 2014 2015

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

14

19

PER MAN

5

8

13

1

FALL14

RETENTION RATE

SIZE 2014 2015

68%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

72 75

ALL MEN'S AVG

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$849

NPC

0

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

-/26

1

$9

ALUMNI

DONORS

1313

19

11 27 38

RETENTION RATE

95%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

48

GIFTS

1

GIFTS TOTAL

23

$1,670

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.05 2.98 2.72 SIZE 2014 2015

48 51 F O U TA E

SPR

13

FUNDRAISING

0

IFC RANK

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

$1,855

NPC

100

PER MAN

116

GIFTS

6

GIFTS TOTAL

16

$3,548

DONORS

1004 20

SPR15

SPR

5

IFC RANK

4/27

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

14 32 46

5

FALL14

-

PER MAN

-

ALUMNI

DONORS

1026 38

SPR15

PER MAN

2

GIFTS TOTAL

34

$12,513

IFC RANK

12/32

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

5 20 25

PER MAN

164

GIFTS

2

GIFTS TOTAL

51

$14,064

$7,107

NPC

0

5

18

PER MAN

$40

ALUMNI

888

DONORS

50

11

4

15

VOLUNTEER HOURS

104

GIFTS

90

RETENTION RATE

83%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

2

$222,762

FALL14

PER MAN

$86

ALUMNI

722

SPR15

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

RETENTION RATE

DONORS

13

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

934

GIFTS

20

ALL MEN'S AVG

SPR

128 137 0

FUNDRAISING

-

NPC

2

1

RETENTION RATE

NPC

ALUMNI

0

VOLUNTEER HOURS

-

DONORS

897

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

13

0

GIFTS TOTAL

13

$2,515

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

-

IFC RANK

-/7

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

4

13

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION RATE

88%

PER MAN

120

DONORS

644

12 15

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$37

ALUMNI

4

3

PER MAN

$1,474

NPC

17

GIFTS

10

3

GIFTS TOTAL

10

$719

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

3.27 3.34 3.15 -/24 SIZE 2014 2015

14 25

FUNDRAISING

988

11 22

RETENTION RATE

88%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$49

ALUMNI

2

11

PER MAN

$4,025

NPC

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

81 88 11

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PER MAN

51

DONORS

GIFTS

31

1

GIFTS TOTAL

38

$5,374

11

GIFTS TOTAL

$24,283

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

50 50 PER MAN

ALUMNI

1494

-

DONORS

18

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.13 2.76 SIZE 2014 2015

58 68

8

30 38

$3,700

0

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

IFC RANK

-

25 8 33

PER MAN

374

87%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$48

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

858

DONORS

GIFTS

11

11

GIFTS TOTAL

32

$1,231

Rho Chapter IFC RANK

2.85 2.94 2.96 18/29 SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

Nu Chapter ALL MEN'S AVG

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

-

33 35

78%

94 100 28 0 28 28 0 28 100%

FUNDRAISING

SIZE 2014 2015

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

3.44 3.47 3.44 9/16 SIZE 2014 2015

IFC RANK

16/29

Kappa Chapter ALL MEN'S AVG

27 32

-

NPC

-

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

2.99 2.91

100%

292

GIFTS

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN'S AVG

62 71 9 11 20 9 0 9 45%

%

Omicron Chapter

Xi Chapter

GPA

F O U TA E

29 40

12

GIFTS TOTAL

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

90 94 11

-

669

GIFTS

GPA

DONORS

3.18 3.1 SIZE 2014 2015

$8

ALUMNI

3.06 3.23

F O U TA E

$64

ALUMNI

SPR15

PER MAN

$1,130

NPC

-

32 46

FUNDRAISING

1

F O U TA E

GPA

FALL14

11

SPR15

Zeta Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

146 138 14

Mu Chapter

$3,605

NPC

11

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

Lambda Chapter

14

3.1 3.23

11 41 10 13 $258.19

DONORS

0

SIZE 2014 2015

Iota Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

FUNDRAISING

$378

NPC

11

PER MAN

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

SPR

$2,738

3.08 3.18 3.04 -/19 SIZE 2014 2015

11

FUNDRAISING

GPA

GPA

FALL14

GIFTS TOTAL

Theta Chapter

RETENTION RATE

Sigma Chapter

Delta Chapter

37 28 0

FALL14

3.25 3.27

GPA

2

ALUMNI

PER MAN

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

F O U TA E

NPC

$28

VOLUNTEER HOURS

2

GPA

$1,900

85%

6/6

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

F O U TA E

PER MAN

SIZE 2014 2015

2.52 2.63 2.99

IFC RANK

GPA

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION RATE

Gamma Chapter ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

8 27 35

1

SPR15

0 50 50

VOLUNTEER HOURS

2993

GIFTS

28

RETENTION RATE

100%

PER MAN

21

GIFTS TOTAL

$12,198

GPA

SPR

FALL14

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

3.29 3.4 3.38 4/13 SIZE 2014 2015

SPR

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

59 67 18 0 18 18 0 18 100%

F O U TA E

SIZE 2010 2015

GPA

2.87 2.89 2.82 4/12

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

F O U TA E

IFC RANK

GPA

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

FUNDRAISING

-

NPC

2

PER MAN

-

ALUMNI

850

DONORS

21

VOLUNTEER HOURS

660

GIFTS

23

PER MAN

11

GIFTS TOTAL

$2,918

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OUR CHAPTERS

IOTA LAMBDA CHAPTER RAISED OVER $22,000 FOR THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE BROTHERS CLEARS SNOW FROM BLACKSBURG COMMUNITY AFTER WINTER STORM JONAS Virginia was blasted with up to two feet of snow bringing many towns to a halt but not Blacksburg, Va. Brothers of the Delta Alpha Chapter at Virginia Tech knew the dangerous implications of such heavy snow, especially for the senior citizens in the town. As the predictions of accumulation grew, brothers reached out to organizations in the area to help serve as a last line of defense. The Blacksburg Police Department reached back and helped them get in contact with our most vulnerable neighbors. Brothers moved a grand total of 900,000 cubic feet of snow from nearly 30 residences! Not only did the brothers ensure all the neighbors that requested help had a clear pathway, sidewalk and driveway, they cleaned off their cars and salted icy patches. Many of the residents thanked them by sharing moving stories of how much this small act of service helped keep them safe and happy. One of the more memorable stories came from the daughter of an elderly man who is in hospice care. ď‚Ť

About 1,200 students spent the night of Oct. 1, 2015, sheltered from the rain at the second annual Electric Ability Carnival at the Toyota Oakdale Theater in Wallingford, Conn.. The Iota Lambda Chapter at Quinnipiac hosted the event, which was exclusive to Quinnipiac students unless they registered a guest to attend. This event was created not just for entertainment, according to Chapter President Mark Boulas. "We wanted to raise as much money and awareness as we possibly could for our philanthropy, The Ability Experience," Boulas said. "We heard of organizations at other schools holding similar concerts for charity. We thought it was something we could do as a chapter." Alex Tonkonogy, philanthropy chairman who was in charge of this year's carnival, said the event raised $22,000. The carnival introduced students to up-and-coming DJ Kap Slap and a light show. Freshman Samantha Lomino said she attended the event to support The Ability Experience and have fun. "I decided to go to EAC with my friends to contribute to a good cause," Lomino said. "I actually had a great time. [I had] a lot more fun than I thought I would have had. I would definitely go again next year." Freshman Megan Martucci, said she went with friends because she thought it was a unique outing. "I decided to go to EAC because a bunch of my friends and I thought that it would be fun to go out and do something different," Martucci said. "I thought the whole thing was put together very well and I had a great time. If they have it again next year, I would most likely go again with my friends." ď‚Ť

TOP CHAPTERS BY

Volunteer Hours for The Ability Experience Eta Rho Texas State

3,460

Omicron Alabama

2,993

Iota Eta Embry-Riddle

2,749

Alpha Chi Miami

2,025

Theta Zeta George Washington

1,954

Eta Beta Indiana State

1,638

Omega Purdue

1,428

Theta Epsilon Kansas

1,216

Alpha Psi Indiana

1,111

Theta Rho Western Michigan

1,020

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Upsilon Chapter

Psi Chapter

28

$6,174

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.8 3.06 2.99 8/8 SIZE 2014 2015

43 52 F O U TA E

15

FUNDRAISING

1

21

7

PER MAN

$3,750

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

6

100%

PER MAN

324

DONORS

592

14 21

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$69

ALUMNI

GIFTS

11

6

GIFTS TOTAL

16

$4,134

Alpha Epsilon Chapter GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

108 118 9 F O U TA E

31 40

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$4,785

NPC

1

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

$41

ALUMNI

DONORS

1884 50

7 28 35

RETENTION RATE

88%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

3

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

69

$53,929

Alpha Theta Chapter GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

11

FUNDRAISING

8

27

PER MAN

-

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

0

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

43 68 16

-

ALUMNI

DONORS

1135

25

16 10 26

RETENTION RATE

96%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

130

GIFTS

2

GIFTS TOTAL

27

$2,037

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.63 2.64 2.62 SIZE 2014 2015

65 102 7 F O U TA E

35 42

FUNDRAISING

$3,636

NPC

2

IFC RANK

-/15

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

PER MAN

$34

ALUMNI

66

DONORS

6

NPC

0

$55

ALUMNI

DONORS

901

20

PER MAN

413

GIFTS

8

GIFTS TOTAL

33

$5,472

FALL14

SPR15

3.05 3.1 SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

-

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$5,000

NPC

3

$33

ALUMNI

DONORS

788

12

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

4/18

PER MAN

$4,308

NPC

2

$60

ALUMNI

DONORS

836

13

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

GIFTS

82%

PER MAN

0

GIFTS TOTAL

23

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$1,633

NPC

3

$15

ALUMNI

1165

DONORS

24

6 33 39

VOLUNTEER HOURS

214

GIFTS

6

RETENTION RATE

93%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$216

2

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

41 53 21

11

FUNDRAISING

$416

NPC

2

PER MAN

ALUMNI

69

32

$8 DONORS

3

PER MAN

$88

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

108%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

1428

DONORS

GIFTS

1330 42

11

GIFTS TOTAL

55

$6,244

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

GPA

3.32 3.36 3.24 7/32

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

99 101 0 28 28 26 0 26 93%

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GIFTS

%

PER MAN

353

5

GIFTS TOTAL

13

$2,479

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$6,265

NPC

0

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$62

ALUMNI

738

PER MAN

111

DONORS

GIFTS

7

1

GIFTS TOTAL

12

$2,610

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.14 3.26 SIZE 2014 2015

62 79

SPR

0

36 36

2/5

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

0 36 36

PER MAN

$111

0

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

3.1

1074

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$1

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

5

DONORS

GIFTS

17

0

GIFTS TOTAL

62

$25,261

Alpha Kappa Chapter IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

11 39 50

RETENTION RATE

94%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

709

GIFTS

7

GIFTS TOTAL

39

$73,126

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.21 3.29 3.33 SIZE 2014 2015

22 40

FUNDRAISING

$8,944

NPC

1

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

114 113 18

IFC RANK

18 21 39

PER MAN

528

98%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$87

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

438

DONORS

GIFTS

4

4

GIFTS TOTAL

15

$3,405

Alpha Xi Chapter IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

1

4

Alpha Eta Chapter IFC RANK

3.16 3.07 3.07 20/33 SIZE 2014 2015

$6,170

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

83 105 13 40 53

NPC

SIZE 2014 2015

24

2.93 2.95 2.88 16/29 SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

25 40 29 14 43

$12,014

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

1

58 64 7 30 37 0 0 0 0

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

9 42 51

2.68 2.74 2.89 18/21 SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

Alpha Delta Chapter

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

104 138 10 52 62

SPR15

150 137 15

Alpha Nu Chapter

Alpha Lambda Chapter

$3,001

VOLUNTEER HOURS

Alpha Iota Chapter IFC RANK

2.58 2.81 3.03 22/27 SIZE 2014 2015

PER MAN

Alpha Zeta Chapter IFC RANK

3.25 3.22 3.23 11/25 SIZE 2014 2015

FUNDRAISING

%

Alpha Gamma Chapter

Alpha Alpha Chapter

SIZE 2014 2015

F O U TA E

22

GIFTS TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

70 63 15 5 20 15 0 15 75

FALL14

3.14 3.02 2.85 8/41

GPA

772

GIFTS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

F O U TA E

0

DONORS

7

3

GPA

ALUMNI

714

5/41

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

F O U TA E

NPC

$27

PER MAN

GPA

$2,771

VOLUNTEER HOURS

F O U TA E

PER MAN

GPA

FUNDRAISING

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

-

IFC RANK

GPA

88 99 13 29 42 13 24 37 88

%

SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

RETENTION RATE

Omega Chapter

SPR15

17 11 28

VOLUNTEER HOURS

378

GIFTS

3

RETENTION RATE

88%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$189

7

GPA

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FALL14

3.42 3.48

GPA

SIZE 2014 2015

0

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

3.11 3.31 2.98 1/17 SIZE 2014 2015

52 56

F O U TA E

3.05 3.09 3.06 28/49

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

SPR

9

FUNDRAISING

$238

NPC

2

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

6

15

PER MAN

$5

ALUMNI

452

DONORS

16

9

6

15

VOLUNTEER HOURS

300

GIFTS

16

RETENTION RATE

100%

PER MAN

6

GIFTS TOTAL

$1,132

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GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER GIVES BACK TO THEIR COMMUNITY The brothers of Gamma Iota Chapter at Louisiana State helped send a hardworking neighbor’s son on a school trip to Europe. Through their friendships with the sisters of Chi Omega, the chapter’s next door neighbor on LSU’s Baton Rouge campus, the brothers learned Chi-O chef LaTrece Antoinette was working tirelessly to raise money to send her son, Christopher, to Europe on a class trip. With a desire to help give back to someone who has given selflessly to members of LSU’s Greek community, the brothers invited Antoinette to the Pi Kappa Phi house on the evening of Nov. 30, 2015. During their meeting, they presented her with a check for $3,000, which was more than enough to cover the cost of her son’s trip. “We jumped at the chance to rally behind Ms. LaTrece when we found out how hard she was working to make her son’s trip to Europe a dream come true,” said outgoing Archon Blaine Tatje. “The entire chapter was glad we could support someone who brings so much to our campus every day. We hope Christopher has a great time abroad.” “Gentlemen, you really have no idea what this gift means to my family,” Antoinette later wrote on the Gamma Iota Chapter Facebook page. “When I told Christopher about this gift, he dropped to his knees and thanked God for your kindness. He makes me so proud and we are so thankful for all of you.” 

THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE BENEFITS FROM OMEGA CHAPTER 'S CYCLING EVENT A 72-hour cycling campus event raised a record amount of money and even more awareness for people with disabilities recently at Purdue University. The Omega Chapter held its fifth annual 72-hour David R. Feltner Memorial Bike-A-Thon from Nov. 4-7, 2015, in the heart of campus. The chapter raised nearly $4,000 for The Ability Experience. Additionally, fraternity members solicited more than 1,500 signatures on a poster promoting "Spread the Word to End the Word." That campaign asks signers to commit to not using the "R" word to describe people with disabilities.

"While we raised more money this year than in previous years, what is most important to me is the impact that we had on our campus," said Mark Fisher, philanthropy chairman. "Interacting with students and others who passed by was easily my favorite part of bike a thon this year." Purdue football coach Darrell Hazell rode during the first hour of the event along with two chapter members. As the bell tower struck 5 p.m. on Saturday wrapping up the ride, nearly 100 chapter members and friends surrounded the three Feltner family members to celebrate the chapter's largest ever bike-a-thon. 

The bike-a-thon is named in memory of a chapter member who was committed to serving those with disabilities as an undergraduate. David Feltner died in 2011 due to a rare form of a childhood soft-tissue cancer. Feltner's parents have ridden the final five minutes of the 72-hour event each year. This year, Feltner's sister joined her parents for the final five minutes with her three young children standing alongside her. More than 100 riders, which included alumni and friends of the chapter, took part in the event. On Thursday, seven campus sororities took part in a timed 15-minute stationary bike distance race. The winning sorority rode 5.46 miles, while the runners-up rode 5.28 miles.

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Alpha Tau Chapter

50

GIFTS TOTAL

145

$681,423

Alpha Phi Chapter FALL14

SPR15

IFC RANK

5/6

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$207

NPC

0

PER MAN

GIFTS

16

3

GIFTS TOTAL

48

$3,958

Alpha Omega Chapter FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

SPR

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$3,152

NPC

6

$64

ALUMNI

DONORS

213

13

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

2.94 2.95 SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.1

F O U TA E

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

15

$1,541

NPC

0

PER MAN

$67

ALUMNI

DONORS

659

13

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.89 2.87 2.71 SIZE 2014 2015

84 65 F O U TA E

24 30

FUNDRAISING

$5,175

NPC

6

PER MAN

$76

ALUMNI

829

DONORS

21

963

PER MAN

175

DONORS

GIFTS

23

7

GIFTS TOTAL

36

$20,245

SPR15

IFC RANK

$12,000 $119

NPC

0

3

23 14 37

PER MAN

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

ALUMNI

DONORS

218

FALL14

SPR15

2.79 - SPR

42 53 13

2

RETENTION RATE

97%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

2,025

GIFTS

20

GIFTS TOTAL

2

$2,080

0

- 16

PER MAN

$44

ALUMNI

690

10/10

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

35

GIFTS

2

GIFTS TOTAL

30

$9,416

FALL14

SPR15

DONORS

29

ALL MEN'S AVG

GPA

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

12

3

15

PER MAN

NPC

0

ALUMNI

DONORS

793

13

PER MAN

GIFTS

6

GIFTS TOTAL

39

$14,768

8/10

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

0 24 24

VOLUNTEER HOURS

170

GIFTS

27

RETENTION RATE

80%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

3

$7,203

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.98 2.83 2.91 SIZE 2014 2015

31 31

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

VOLUNTEER HOURS

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

- -

GIFTS

GIFTS TOTAL

40

$5,680

FUNDRAISING

$140

NPC

4

14 23 PER MAN

ALUMNI

533

$4 DONORS

15

NPC

0

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$7

ALUMNI

DONORS

1,071

PER MAN

180

GIFTS

34

2

GIFTS TOTAL

41

$28,055

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

0

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

FUNDRAISING

$6,233

NPC

0

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$31

ALUMNI

DONORS

1518

PER MAN

1,111

GIFTS

21

6

GIFTS TOTAL

33

$25,389

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.18 3.36 SIZE 2014 2015

24 25

SPR

1

-

15

16

1

PER MAN

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

ALUMNI

485

15 16

RETENTION RATE

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$2,706 $100

1

2/7

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

IFC RANK

PER MAN

135

DONORS

GIFTS

11

5

GIFTS TOTAL

14

$8,126

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.96 3.03 2.96 6/22 SIZE 2014 2015

FUNDRAISING

$2,283

NPC

0

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

160 149 19

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

33 52

16 30 46

PER MAN

88%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$15

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

378

DONORS

GIFTS

1458 43

3

GIFTS TOTAL

97

$15,154

Beta Lambda Chapter IFC RANK

-/6

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

5

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

9

PER MAN

$617

Beta Eta Chapter IFC RANK

Beta Kappa Chapter IFC RANK

RETENTION RATE

222 205 18 43 61 18 38 56 92%

94%

282

- -

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

SIZE 2014 2015

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3.11 2.89 3.07 32/34

125 88 9 9 0 0 0%

IFC RANK

Beta Beta Chapter IFC RANK

2.94 2.85 2.95 29/36 SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

82 86 10 23 33 22 0 22 67%

$44

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALL MEN'S AVG

3

SPR15

Alpha Psi Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

Beta Epsilon Chapter* IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

6

Beta Iota Chapter

ALUMNI

115 110 24 14 38

$1,124

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

$101

3.31 3.36 3.14 4/13

SIZE 2014 2015

35 28 0 2 2 0 0 0 0%

FALL14

RETENTION RATE

Beta Delta Chapter*

1

59 61 8 13 21 14 0 14 67%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

SIZE 2014 2015

Beta Alpha Chapter IFC RANK

2.67 2.89 2.98 16/19 SIZE 2014 2015

0

GPA

GPA

NPC

SIZE 2014 2015

150

DONORS

778

PER MAN

$2,535

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$3

ALUMNI

FUNDRAISING

1

41 56 9 17 26 16 0 16 62%

%

Alpha Chi Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.02 2.78 3.07 SIZE 2014 2015

32 28 0 3 3 7 0 7 233

GPA

GPA

RETENTION RATE

FALL14

3.19 3.22 3.13 8/13

GPA

895

GIFTS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

F O U TA E

DONORS

1

2

GPA

1

ALUMNI

16

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

F O U TA E

NPC

-

PER MAN

IFC RANK

7 13 20

VOLUNTEER HOURS

57

GIFTS

29

RETENTION RATE

87%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

2

$2,235

GPA

-

VOLUNTEER HOURS

Alpha Upsilon Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.96 2.91 2.93 8/8 SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

32 38 12 14 26 12 0 12 46%

F O U TA E

PER MAN

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

%

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

SIZE 2014 2015

RETENTION RATE

25 5 19 24 6 17 23 96

SPR15

F O U TA E

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FALL14

2.93 3.01 3.14 15/30

GPA

SIZE 2014 2015

4

GPA

3.05 2.85 2.94 22/30

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

F O U TA E

Alpha Omicron Chapter

FUNDRAISING

$200

NPC

1

PER MAN

$4

ALUMNI

766

DONORS

7

VOLUNTEER HOURS

158

GIFTS

9

PER MAN

4

GIFTS TOTAL

$1,345

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$91

ALUMNI

11

65

PER MAN

273

DONORS

314

9

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GIFTS

14

10

GIFTS TOTAL

15

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

F O U TA E

11

FUNDRAISING

9

19

PER MAN

$255

NPC

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

21 25 8

$9

ALUMNI

DONORS

464

28

7

11 18

RETENTION RATE

95%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

35

GIFTS

1

56

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

3.07 3.23 SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

-

F O U TA E

PER MAN

$150

NPC

0

$3

ALUMNI

764

DONORS

18

-/31

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

RETENTION RATE

%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

810

GIFTS

14

SIZE 2014 2015

F O U TA E

17

FUNDRAISING

17

PER MAN

$5,459 $130

NPC

2

ALUMNI

987

DONORS

8

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

-/8

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

0 12 12

SPR

128 143 0

PER MAN

1

GIFTS TOTAL

13

$1,875

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

31

PER MAN

$10,050 $70

NPC

11

ALUMNI

574

DONORS

17

3

GIFTS TOTAL

14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

$720

13

PER MAN

-

NPC

0

15

-

ALUMNI

DONORS

215

4

FALL14

SPR15

$1,720

NPC

2

PER MAN

$21

767

FALL14

SPR15

SIZE 2014 2015

6

0

12 12

RETENTION RATE

80%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

108

GIFTS

4

GIFTS TOTAL

5

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

0 30 30

VOLUNTEER HOURS

1

GIFTS

20

DONORS

9

ALL MEN'S AVG

8

FUNDRAISING

NPC

$63

ALUMNI

0

23

PER MAN

$2,510

684

RETENTION RATE

97%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

0

$1,508

FALL14

SPR15

IFC RANK

76 74

SPR

6

FUNDRAISING

-

NPC

DONORS

6

ALL MEN'S AVG

4

RETENTION RATE

248

VOLUNTEER HOURS

%

PER MAN

365

GIFTS

5

GIFTS TOTAL

9

0

25 31 PER MAN

924

6

15

$1,465

NPC

21

5

PER MAN

1

76%

PER MAN

419

DONORS

487

11 16

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$39

ALUMNI

7

FALL14

28 30

GIFTS

42

11

GIFTS TOTAL

98

$4,280

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

4

5

FUNDRAISING

8

RETENTION RATE

89%

PER MAN

54

DONORS

825

4

VOLUNTEER HOURS

-

ALUMNI

1

4

PER MAN

-

NPC

9

GIFTS

8

2

GIFTS TOTAL

8

$340

-

DONORS

SIZE 2014 2015

35 42

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

7

21

10

PER MAN

1

GIFTS TOTAL

6

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

8

8

FUNDRAISING

16

11

69%

PER MAN

550

DONORS

488

7

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$18

ALUMNI

0

4

PER MAN

$800

NPC

FALL14

SIZE 2014 2015

39 51

$749

GIFTS

12

13

GIFTS TOTAL

12

$1,254

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

5

9

FUNDRAISING

554

9

14

RETENTION RATE

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$59

ALUMNI

0

5

PER MAN

$3,025

NPC

14

PER MAN

306

DONORS

GIFTS

7

6

GIFTS TOTAL

7

$257

Gamma Lambda Chapter

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

5 20 25

VOLUNTEER HOURS

68

14

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.89 3.01 2.98 6/13

91%

20

GIFTS

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GIFTS

SPR15

Gamma Theta Chapter

IFC RANK

14

FALL14

2.41 2.89 2.65 -/15

$498

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

ALUMNI

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

-/11

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

71 28 99

2.51 2.83 2.83 13/17 SIZE 2014 2015

IFC RANK

2.38 2.7 2.75 5/8

$98

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

40 45 15

ALL MEN'S AVG

Gamma Beta Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

ALUMNI

41 37

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

SPR15

Beta Tau Chapter IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

2

SIZE 2014 2015

Gamma Kappa Chapter IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

31

201

GIFTS

2.92 3.04 2.88 2/10

71%

42

GIFTS

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

2.87 2.77 2.79 13/19 SIZE 2014 2015

PER MAN

FALL14

2.78 2.56 2.85

Gamma Epsilon Chapter

IFC RANK

Gamma Iota Chapter

11

67 72 10 30 40

$9,147

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

41 42 0

217

FUNDRAISING

SIZE 2014 2015

GPA

2.54 2.62 2.71

DONORS

2.82 2.67 2.73 9/17

GIFTS TOTAL

19

F O U TA E

ALL MEN'S AVG

ALUMNI

91

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GPA

GPA

GPA

SPR15

FALL14

25 24

F O U TA E

GPA

FALL14

6

SIZE 2014 2015

Gamma Gamma Chapter

$14,668 $186

NPC

11 21 32

%

Beta Phi Chapter IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

1.95 2.27 2.72 -/16

$4,530

65 66 18 0 18 16 0 16 89

GIFTS TOTAL

Beta Upsilon Chapter

23 35

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION RATE

Beta Sigma Chapter

IFC RANK

- 2.63 2.84 5/7 SIZE 2014 2015

Beta Omicron Chapter

75 80 12

$1,187

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

GPA

7

2

2

F O U TA E

$2,456

NPC

17

PER MAN

SIZE 2014 2015

-/0

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

14

%

2.51 2.82 2.82

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

3

FUNDRAISING

RETENTION RATE

Beta Xi Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

GPA

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR15

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

4

FALL14

RETENTION RATE

81%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

1

$4,003

GPA

26 26

-/7

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.7 2.63 SIZE 2014 2015

28 21

F O U TA E

SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

2.26 2.69 2.58

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

Beta Nu Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

F O U TA E

Beta Mu Chapter

SPR

1

FUNDRAISING

$647

NPC

0

-

IFC RANK

15/18

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

8

9

PER MAN

$27

ALUMNI

320

DONORS

1

6

8

14

VOLUNTEER HOURS

413

GIFTS

1

RETENTION RATE

156%

PER MAN

17

GIFTS TOTAL

$19

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IOTA PSI CHAPTER WINS BATTLE OF THE ROSES PHILANTHROPY FOOTBALL GAME The Iota Psi Chapter at Boise State has once again hosted and won the Battle of the Roses philanthropy game. The game has be suspenseful the last three years with this year being no different. During the final seconds, Pi Kapp Zach Gappa ran the ball ten yards to the corner of the end zone for the game ending score. The Iota Psi Chapter has now defeated the Lambda Xi Chapter of Sigma Chi again for an undefeated 3-0 record. In addition to the action, the philanthropy football game raised money for both The Ability Experience and The Huntsman Cancer Research Foundation. In the end philanthropy is what this game is all about. 

BETA ETA CHAPTER HOSTS INAUGURAL SORORITY SAND VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT On Sunday, October 18, 2015, the Beta Eta Chapter had their first sorority sand volleyball tournament "Dig the Beach" benefiting The Ability Experience. The chapter had 16 sorority teams who participated in the all-day tournament held on a sand court constructed in the chapter house backyard. Multiple sponsors and vendors were also in attendance at the event. During a quick break the local Tallahassee Special Olympics made a special appearance and played an exhibition game against some brothers for everyone to enjoy. In total the Beta Eta Chapter raised $1,000 for The Ability Experience.  update us on your life: pikapp.org/submitnews

VICTOR TRAN CROWNED 2015 WESTERN MICHIGAN HOMECOMING KING Theta Rho Chapter Archon Victor Tran was crowned the 2015 Western Michigan University Homecoming King in October. Victor, the first ever nominated from Theta Rho Chapter, is a senior studying graphic design and previously held multiple positions within the chapter including historian, vice-archon and now archon. Victor is a very active student leader on campus and recently finished his term as the President of the American Institute of Graphic Arts and as an Associate Justice for the Western Student Association (student government). This is also Victor's second year as a Lead Corp Intern, where he provides team building, outreach and consultation for student organizations on campus. In addition to Victor this fall, Theta Rho brother Rob Nyhius was nominated and represented the Haworth College of Business Student Leadership Advisory Board. Rob is a junior studying marketing and management. This spring Rob was awarded the Order of Omega Greek Emerging Leader of the Year and currently serves the Western Student Association Cabinet as the Speaker Pro-Temp. 

TOP CHAPTERS BY

Alumni Donations to The Foundation Alpha Omicron Iowa State

$681,423 Xi Roanoke

$222,762 Chi Stetson

$113,071 Delta Omega Texas A&M

$94,806

Alpha Iota Auburn

$73,126

Alpha Epsilon Florida

$53,939

Gamma Upsilon Oklahoma State

$34,332

Alpha Upsilon Drexel

$28,055

Alpha Psi Indiana

$25,389

Alpha Eta Samford

$25,261

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Gamma Nu Chapter GPA

FALL14

SPR15

2.8 - SIZE 2014 2015

28 27 F O U TA E

4

7

11

PER MAN

$978

4

-

IFC RANK

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALL MEN'S AVG

$38

ALUMNI

DONORS

549

11

2

7

9

RETENTION RATE

82%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

130

GIFTS

5

GIFTS TOTAL

13

$550

Gamma Tau Chapter GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.87 2.92 2.73 SIZE 2014 2015

F O U TA E

28 40

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$2,846

NPC

6

4/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

42 59 12

IFC RANK

$42

ALUMNI

DONORS

101

11

9 24 33

RETENTION RATE

83%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

272

GIFTS

4

GIFTS TOTAL

23

$542

Gamma Upsilon Associate Chapter GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

- - SIZE 2014 2015

- - TA E

FOU

- 55 55 PER MAN

$200

0

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

-

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

FUNDRAISING

NPC

IFC RANK

- -/-

$7

ALUMNI

DONORS

440

5

-

- 0

RETENTION RATE

0%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

58

GIFTS

2

GIFTS TOTAL

7

$34,332

NOTE: FALL 2015 EXPANSION

SIZE 2014 2015

Gamma Psi Associate Chapter IFC RANK

2.77 4/8

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

RETENTION RATE

30 42 2 23 25 0 0 0 0% TA E

FOU

FUNDRAISING

-

NPC

2

PER MAN

-

ALUMNI

DONORS

499

9

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

9

$1,258

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

- - SIZE 2014 2015

- -

SPR

Delta Alpha Chapter

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

- -/-

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

- 24 24

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$609

NPC

IFC RANK

$26

ALUMNI

DONORS

-

- 0

SIZE 2014 2015

-%

PER MAN

0

0

GIFTS TOTAL

0 0 0 0

FALL14

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GIFTS

1

GPA

2.89 3

ALL MEN'S AVG

$0

SPR

119 106 15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

25 40

FUNDRAISING

1

14 24 38

PER MAN

$10,550 $94

NPC

0

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

NOTE: FALL 2015 EXPANSION

SPR15

3.13 3.05 3.06 13/26

F O U TA E

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

TA E

GPA

FOU

Gamma Phi Chapter

ALUMNI

VOLUNTEER HOURS

896

DONORS

745

GIFTS

12

RETENTION RATE

95%

PER MAN

8

GIFTS TOTAL

13

$2,262

JACKSONVILLE STATE

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.99 2.99 2.83 SIZE 2014 2015

SPR

48 58 18 F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

3

-/7

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

$1,069

NPC

Delta Delta Chapter IFC RANK

11

29

PER MAN

$17

ALUMNI

654

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DONORS

20

13

9 22

VOLUNTEER HOURS

536

GIFTS

44

RETENTION RATE

76%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

9

$1,829

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

Delta Epsilon Chapter IFC RANK

2.99 2.85 3.03 8/12 SIZE 2014 2015

SPR

73 57 10

FUNDRAISING

$550

NPC

3

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

14 24 PER MAN

ALUMNI

758

$8 DONORS

52

9 14 23

VOLUNTEER HOURS

518

GIFTS

70

RETENTION RATE

96%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

8

$11,341

GPA

SPR15

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.77 2.55 2.59 SIZE 2014 2015

42 40

F O U TA E

FALL14

GPA

GPA

F O U TA E

Delta Beta Chapter

SPR

2

FUNDRAISING

-

NPC

0

IFC RANK

7/7

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

13

15

2

PER MAN

ALUMNI

632

VOLUNTEER HOURS

-

0

DONORS

5

13 15

GIFTS

5

RETENTION RATE

100%

PER MAN

0

GIFTS TOTAL

$324

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fundraising $ / Man for The Ability Experience Eta Chi Texas Christian

$380

Iota Lambda Quinnipiac

$273

Beta Nu Houston

$185

Theta Delta Florida International

$183

Delta Upsilon Pittsburgh

$136

Delta Furman

$134

Delta Eta Morehead State

$132

Gamma Gamma Troy

$130

Theta Zeta George Washington

$123

Eta Zeta Queens

Iota Lambda Chapter (Quinnipiac)

Delta Lambda Chapter

SIZE 2014 2015

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

39 43 3 15 18 3 0 3 17% F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$6,330 $132

NPC

4

ALUMNI

504

DONORS

11

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

677

GIFTS

14

14

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

2.86 2.95 SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.11

IFC RANK

-/16

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

22 32 9 6 15 4 0 4 27 F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

$1,394

NPC

4

PER MAN

ALUMNI

422

$44 DONORS

13

ALL MEN'S AVG

Delta Rho Chapter

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

- 44 7 19 26 0 52 52 200%

FUNDRAISING

$3,480

NPC

1

PER MAN

$73

ALUMNI

DONORS

615

16

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

240

GIFTS

5

GIFTS TOTAL

17

$2,073

Delta Tau Chapter

Delta Sigma Chapter

SIZE 2014 2015

$529

SPR15

2.5 2.53 2.8 12/14

GIFTS TOTAL

FALL14

VOLUNTEER HOURS

85

GIFTS

17

%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$578

3

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

SPR

73 85 15

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

FUNDRAISING

$2,975

NPC

0

0

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

16

31

PER MAN

ALUMNI

743

$47 DONORS

2

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.07 3.19 SIZE 2014 2015

-/-

26 44

FUNDRAISING

1

2

18 25 43

PER MAN

ALUMNI

421

RETENTION RATE

98%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$5,450 $50

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

93 101 18

IFC RANK

3.11

PER MAN

0

DONORS

GIFTS

6

0

GIFTS TOTAL

6

$1,420

Delta Upsilon Chapter IFC RANK

0 2.94 2.93 10/- SIZE 2014 2015

GPA

4

F O U TA E

2.66 3.13 2.98 3/9

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

11 15 26

VOLUNTEER HOURS

189

GIFTS

3

RETENTION RATE

84%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$125

3

GPA

IFC RANK

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.16 3.22 SIZE 2014 2015

3.1

FUNDRAISING

12

29

PER MAN

$13,000 $137

NPC

0

IFC RANK

4/16

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

123 101 17 F O U TA E

ALL MEN'S AVG

GPA

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

F O U TA E

Delta Eta Chapter

$123

ALUMNI

424

DONORS

6

17

11 28

VOLUNTEER HOURS

304

GIFTS

6

RETENTION RATE

97%

PER MAN

3

GIFTS TOTAL

$279

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Delta Chi Chapter

42 43 F O U TA E

11

10

FUNDRAISING

$700

NPC

0

21

PER MAN

$16

ALUMNI

DONORS

534

1

10 10 20

24 31

95

%

PER MAN

194

GIFTS

SIZE 2014 2015

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

5

GIFTS TOTAL

1

$50

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.78 2.76 2.96 -/19 SIZE 2014 2015

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

51 72 15

15 30 15 13 28

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

4

36 40

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$649

$16

ALUMNI

3

DONORS

447

13

SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

2

FUNDRAISING

12

SIZE 2014 2015

SPR

56 52 12 F O U TA E

2.8

3

15

PER MAN

$1,235

8

IFC RANK

1/5

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

GIFTS TOTAL

$26

ALUMNI

DONORS

259

14

12

3

15

RETENTION RATE

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

24

GIFTS

1

PER MAN

NPC

FALL14

$27

ALUMNI

7

SIZE 2014 2015

7/8

2

1

11

DONORS

394

SPR15

11

ALL MEN'S AVG

SPR

RETENTION RATE

92%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

311

GIFTS

14

GIFTS TOTAL

12

$352

IFC RANK

-

NPC

0

-

ALUMNI

DONORS

378

1

-

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

7/12

4

5

16

FUNDRAISING

377

57%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$34

ALUMNI

1

2 10 12

PER MAN

$777

NPC

21

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

20

DONORS

7

GIFTS

1

GIFTS TOTAL

18

$3,673

1

VOLUNTEER HOURS

0

GIFTS

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

0

SIZE 2014 2015

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

0

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1/3

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

48 47 12 8 20 10 0 10 50%

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$65

NPC

1

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$1

ALUMNI

PER MAN

44

DONORS

401

SIZE 2014 2015

18 17

$25

FALL14

SPR15

2.62 2.77

GIFTS TOTAL

1

FALL14

GIFTS

6

1

GIFTS TOTAL

8

$1,158

Epsilon Iota Chapter

- -/-

PER MAN

ALL MEN'S AVG

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

2.96 2.65

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

56 56 0 0 0%

$354

$625

- -

GIFTS TOTAL

14

GPA

2.96 3.05

ALL MEN'S AVG

GIFTS

TA E

SPR15

DONORS

0

FOU

F O U TA E

GPA

FALL14

ALUMNI

2

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

Epsilon Theta Associate Chapter

NPC

$44

SPR15

Epsilon Epsilon Chapter

IFC RANK

Epsilon Eta Chapter

$3,264

1

$1,694

4 717 42 52 $94,807

GIFTS TOTAL

16

10

27 21

PER MAN

41

GIFTS

SIZE 2014 2015

88%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

FALL14

2.45 2.86

RETENTION RATE

6 29 35

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

23 25 10

93%

PER MAN

SPR15

2.83 2.64 2.83

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

FALL14

5

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

NPC

-/25

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

2.9

Delta Psi Chapter IFC RANK

F O U TA E

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

GPA

FALL14

ALL MEN'S AVG

Epsilon Gamma Chapter

Delta Omega Chapter

SPR15

2.48 2.63

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FALL14

F O U TA E

2.47 2.48 2.73 12/12 SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

ALL MEN'S AVG

GPA

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

F O U TA E

Delta Phi Chapter

SPR

3

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.8

15

18

2

4 13 17

PER MAN

$1,000

1

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

-/-

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

IFC RANK

PER MAN

0

DONORS

598

94%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$48

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

GIFTS

5

0

GIFTS TOTAL

5

$5,389

NOTE: FALL 2015 EXPANSION

Epsilon Mu Chapter

SIZE 2014 2015

32 33 F O U TA E

3

19

$476

0

3

22

PER MAN

$13

ALUMNI

DONORS

315

2

3

13 16

RETENTION RATE

73%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

SIZE 2014 2015

49 56

$200

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

4

12

FUNDRAISING

$5,830

NPC

3

16

PER MAN

$114

ALUMNI

474

DONORS

13

- - SIZE 2014 2015

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

- -/-

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

77 77 0 0 F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

$200

NPC

0

PER MAN

$3

ALUMNI

402

DONORS

1

NOTE: FALL 2015 EXPANSION

18 || SPR2016

VOLUNTEER HOURS

0

GIFTS

1

RETENTION RATE

0

%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$25

0

FALL14

2

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

4

7

11

SIZE 2014 2015

PER MAN

6

GIFTS TOTAL

13

$1,045

NPC

1

PER MAN

ALUMNI

250

$21 DONORS

1

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3

16

19

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

-/-

5

PER MAN

$3,361

5

IFC RANK

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

-

95%

PER MAN

0

DONORS

226

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$102

ALUMNI

13 18

GIFTS

13

0

GIFTS TOTAL

25

$3,894

Epsilon Rho Chapter IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

30 30

RETENTION RATE

50 15 20 35 0 43 43 123

SIZE 2014 2015

$16,379

FALL14

2.67 2.71

69%

310

GIFTS

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

- 2.75 2.61 10/15

F O U TA E

ALL MEN'S AVG

GPA

GPA

Epsilon Pi Chapter

SPR15

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

Epsilon Omicron Associate Chapter FALL14

Epsilon Nu Chapter IFC RANK

3.09 3.17 2.88 4/15

GIFTS TOTAL

3

GPA

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

-

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

2.49 -

ALL MEN'S AVG

VOLUNTEER HOURS

221

GIFTS

1

%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$20

5

GPA

SPR15

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.41 2.75 2.92 SIZE 2014 2015

18 19

F O U TA E

FALL14

GPA

GPA

F O U TA E

Epsilon Lambda Chapter

3

$1,059

0

2/2

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

IFC RANK

6

9

PER MAN

$56

ALUMNI

464

DONORS

11

2

6

8

VOLUNTEER HOURS

105

GIFTS

12

RETENTION RATE

89%

PER MAN

6

GIFTS TOTAL

$500

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Duke University senior John “Jay” Ruckelshaus, Mu (Duke), of Indianapolis was one of 32 recipients selected for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarships for 2015. Ruckelshaus is a Harry S. Truman Scholar and Angier B. Duke Scholar who was chosen among 869 applicants at 316 colleges and universities throughout the country. He is also the 45th student at Duke to receive the scholarships. "For decades, the Rhodes Scholarship has been the highest honor awarded to undergraduates -- a recognition of extraordinary accomplishment and outstanding promise for the future," said Duke President Richard H. Brodhead. "I am delighted that two Duke students have been chosen as Rhodes Scholars this year. Laura Roberts and Jay Ruckelshaus have immersed themselves in everything Duke has to offer and have made great contributions to this university. I know they will be exemplary Rhodes Scholars.” The scholarships provide all expenses for two or three years of study at the University of Oxford in England. Ruckelshaus is a political science major with a triple minor in philosophy, history and English. A member of Pi Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa, he is a recipient of the Duke Faculty Scholars Award, and was a Lord Rothermere Fellowship recipient for study in political theory at Oxford’s New College during summer 2013. “Jay Ruckelshaus is a highly principled thought and action leader who will excel in his insatiable pursuit of scholarship and public service leadership,” said Anthony Brown, professor of the practice in Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy. “While Jay’s intellect and accomplishments

At Duke, Ruckelshaus serves as a student member of the Duke University Board of Trustees' Academic Affairs Committe, and as a senator in Duke Student Government. He is also co-founder and co-editor-in-chief of “Eruditio,” an undergraduate humanities academic journal; co-editor-in-chief of “Duke Political Science Standard,” Duke’s undergraduate political science academic journal; and associate editor of the “Duke Political Review.” Ruckelshaus, who was paralyzed in a diving accident the summer before his freshman year, is the founder and president/CEO of Ramp Less Traveled, a nonprofit organization he created to support students with spinal cord injuries in pursuit of higher education. He advises the Shepherd Center advisory board on ways the rehabilitation hospital in Atlanta can improve the experiences of patient and their families. He is also a member of the U.S. International Council on Disability. This summer Ruckelshaus worked as a Montgomery Research Fellow for the American Bar Foundation in Chicago, where he investigated the legal history of lunch counter sit-in movements during the Civil Rights era. The previous summer, as a research assistant under Herbert Kitschelt, George V. Allen Professor on International Relations at Duke, Ruckelshaus conducted research on ways of conceptualizing political party corruption around the world. He also has worked as an intern with the Indiana State Government, collaborating with senior staff in the Office of Governor Mike Pence to research policy focusing on mental health and the criminal justice system. Ruckelshaus’s public advocacy work includes organizing a conference on higher education and accessibility that was attended by more than 80 students, administrators, academics and advocates from across the nation. He also is chair and director of operations for the Accessibility Matters Campaign, encouraging students to use only accessible routes around Duke’s campus for one day each April. Ruckelshaus’s articles have been published in a number of publications, and he presented his paper, “Identity, Automony, and the Essentiality of

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Disability: Reconsidering the Medical and Social Models,” to the North Carolina Undergraduate Research Conference in November 2014. “I'm absolutely stunned to have been named a Rhodes Scholar,” Ruckelshaus said. “I channel as much credit as possible to all those who've helped me get here, which is more than I could possibly name. Thank you to everyone! I embrace, excitedly and wholeheartedly and gratefully, the mission of the Rhodes Trust to fight the world's fight, to push forward with political theory and advocacy to a more inclusive democratic future." Ruckelshaus plans to pursue a master’s of philosophy degree in political theory at Oxford. 

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ALL MEN'S AVG

2.79 2.84 2.96 SIZE 2014 2015

36 47 F O U TA E

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

5/6

28 34

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$2,813

NPC

$57

ALUMNI

6

DONORS

403

14

SIZE 2014 2015

PER MAN

346

7

GIFTS TOTAL

40 28

$1,437

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.09 3.03 2.82

85%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

28

FALL14

RETENTION RATE

5 24 29 GIFTS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

6

Epsilon Chi Associate Chapter

Epsilon Phi Chapter

IFC RANK

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4/7

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

2

12

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$1,175

NPC

$41

ALUMNI

1

14

DONORS

433

6

1

9

RETENTION RATE

10

71%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

7

GIFTS

0

SIZE 2014 2015

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

- -/-

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

65 65 18 83 0 0 0 0%

$9,058

FALL14

- -

GIFTS TOTAL

6

GPA

SPR15

GPA

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

Epsilon Upsilon Chapter

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$6,630

NPC

0

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$92

ALUMNI

DONORS

37

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

1

0

GIFTS TOTAL

1

$19

NOTE: SPRING 2015 EXPANSION

Epsilon Psi Chapter 3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

30 39 5 5 10 5 0 5 50% ALUMNI

1

DONORS

405

10

50

GIFTS

2

GIFTS TOTAL

16

2.43 2.46 2.76 21/22 SIZE 2014 2015

$6,314

Zeta Epsilon Chapter 2.41 2.87 2.86 5/15 SIZE 2014 2015

42 64 F O U TA E

7

18

FUNDRAISING

2

25

PER MAN

$833

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

$14

ALUMNI

DONORS

416

5

21

7 28

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

2.98 3.01 SIZE 2014 2015

PER MAN

480

8

GIFTS TOTAL

7

F O U TA E

17

FUNDRAISING

$5,260

NPC

-

$60

ALUMNI

0

DONORS

556

6

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

11/17

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

VOLUNTEER HOURS

326

GIFTS

RETENTION RATE

196%

PER MAN

4

8

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

$680

NPC

1

12

24

PER MAN

ALUMNI

656

$9

DONORS

5

DONORS

436

9

PER MAN

189

GIFTS

4

20 25

$1,268

FALL14

SPR15

SPR

IFC RANK

22 34 PER MAN

$10

ALUMNI

3

DONORS

178

7

FALL14

SPR15

SIZE 2014 2015

$3,372

NPC

PER MAN

$42

ALUMNI

2

DONORS

420

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

31

11 42

VOLUNTEER HOURS

0

GIFTS

8

RETENTION RATE

93

%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$837

0

FALL14

SPR15

10 21 31

24 24

9

5

ALL MEN'S AVG

$478

NPC

4

13

PER MAN

ALUMNI

PER MAN

89

GIFTS

1

GIFTS TOTAL

7

$217

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

RETENTION RATE

7 20 27

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

81

GIFTS

1

GIFTS TOTAL

12

$21 DONORS

2

9

6

PER MAN

2

0

ALUMNI

DONORS

376

8

RETENTION RATE

89%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GIFTS

11

PER MAN

0

0

GIFTS TOTAL

36

$2,819

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

27 43

FUNDRAISING

0

14 25 39

PER MAN

$1,780

NPC

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

$23

ALUMNI

91%

PER MAN

85

DONORS

229

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

2

GIFTS

1

GIFTS TOTAL

5

$5,295

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2.74 2.73 2.72 9/10 SIZE 2014 2015

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

36 27 1 0 1 1 0 1 100%

$446

FUNDRAISING

$1,123

NPC

2

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$49

ALUMNI

219

PER MAN

345

DONORS

GIFTS

8

15

GIFTS TOTAL

9

$585

Zeta Tau Chapter IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

7

72 71 16

91%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

2.82 2.92 2.76 -/22 SIZE 2014 2015

NPC

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

SIZE 2014 2015

RETENTION RATE

Zeta Sigma Chapter IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

Zeta Pi Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

20 27

FUNDRAISING

IFC RANK

3.02 2.95 3.16 19/27

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

77 84 7

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

$800

NPC

ALL MEN'S AVG

Zeta Theta Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

FUNDRAISING

SPR15

$0 $0

GIFTS TOTAL

15

SIZE 2014 2015

89%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

2.97 2.97 2.99 10/10

$6,886

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

88 101 12

GIFTS TOTAL

- 2.63 2.62 -/- SIZE 2014 2015

0

ALUMNI

75 75 12

Zeta Rho Chapter

NPC

$13

0 25 25

Zeta Nu Chapter IFC RANK

48 70 24 94

PER MAN

PER MAN

$653

SIZE 2014 2015

$525

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

65 73 31

ALL MEN'S AVG

FUNDRAISING

28

FALL14

2.2 2.57 2.96 19/20

RETENTION RATE

2.8 2.9 3.21 12/15

112%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GIFTS

RETENTION RATE

Zeta Alpha Chapter

15

Zeta Eta Chapter IFC RANK

GPA

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

56 54 13

2

GPA

NPC

-

PER MAN

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

F O U TA E

-

VOLUNTEER HOURS

IFC RANK

GPA

PER MAN

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

SPR15

5

4

9

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

58

GIFTS

0 0 0 0

69

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$0

%

3

GPA

F O U TA E

FALL14

GPA

6/7

F O U TA E

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.47 3.01 2.96 SIZE 2014 2015

SPR

IFC RANK

2/3

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

19 18 2 9 11 2 9 11 100%

F O U TA E

SIZE 2014 2015

2.9

Zeta Gamma Chapter*

Epsilon Omega Chapter IFC RANK

GPA

2.75 2.67

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

FUNDRAISING

$300

NPC

2

PER MAN

$15

ALUMNI

273

DONORS

2

VOLUNTEER HOURS

40

GIFTS

2

PER MAN

2

GIFTS TOTAL

$40

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Zeta Chi Chapter

6 25 31

$50 $0

NPC

1

ALUMNI

DONORS

552

4

89

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

191

GIFTS

2

GIFTS TOTAL

10

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

2.76 2.85 SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

-

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

$8,704

NPC

0

PER MAN

$54

ALUMNI

DONORS

802

8

$901

7/15

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

0

14 37 51

RETENTION RATE

89%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

11

SPR15

IFC RANK

2/2

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

247

7

105

GIFTS

3

GIFTS TOTAL

10

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

$711

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

5

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

47 53 13

7

FUNDRAISING

NPC

20

PER MAN

$4,233

$86

ALUMNI

0

DONORS

275

7

12

7

19

RETENTION RATE

95%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

49

GIFTS

1

GIFTS TOTAL

20

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

29 33 F O U TA E

$1,308

16

FUNDRAISING

-

NPC

1

IFC RANK

17

PER MAN

ALUMNI

241

SPR15

100

PER MAN

72

GIFTS

3

GIFTS TOTAL

15

4

-

7

24 31 PER MAN

$51

ALUMNI

DONORS

296

15

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

SPR

PER MAN

$1,887

NPC

$37

ALUMNI

1

DONORS

109

3

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

SIZE 2014 2015

30 33

9

FUNDRAISING

$2,828

NPC

6

15

PER MAN

$81

ALUMNI

179

DONORS

6

3/3

3

-

DONORS

2

0 14 14

VOLUNTEER HOURS

32

GIFTS

3

RETENTION RATE

82

%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$149

1

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

- - SIZE 2014 2015

-/-

1

5 23 28

RETENTION RATE

90%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

316

GIFTS

4

FUNDRAISING

$1,091

NPC

1

11

17

PER MAN

ALUMNI

354

$17 DONORS

4

GPA

IFC RANK

-/15

14

22

IFC RANK

32/34 6

PER MAN

$560

4

-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALL MEN'S AVG

PER MAN

1638

DONORS

204

86%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$13

ALUMNI

13 19

RETENTION RATE

GIFTS

6

39

GIFTS TOTAL

18

$411

3

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

51

GIFTS

1

GIFTS TOTAL

3

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

- - SIZE 2014 2015

- -

2

- 50 50 - 0 0 PER MAN

-

7

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

IFC RANK

- -/-

PER MAN

0

DONORS

283

0%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

-

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

GIFTS

2

0

GIFTS TOTAL

2

$271

NOTE: FALL 2015 EXPANSION

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$1,203

Eta Theta Chapter

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

- 3.12 2.59 -/2 SIZE 2014 2015

13

FUNDRAISING

0

13

0

PER MAN

-

NPC

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

39 44 0

$89

RETENTION RATE

69%

PER MAN

84

DONORS

89

9

VOLUNTEER HOURS

-

ALUMNI

9

GIFTS

3

2

GIFTS TOTAL

3

$76

Eta Lambda Chapter IFC RANK

1/9

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

6

9

15

RETENTION RATE

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

578

GIFTS

17

6

SIZE 2014 2015

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

1/1

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

50 53 12 1 13 8 0 8 62%

$120

FALL14

2.44 2.51 2.84

GIFTS TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

$2,526

NPC

4

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$48

ALUMNI

396

PER MAN

196

DONORS

GIFTS

8

4

GIFTS TOTAL

19

$1,590

Eta Pi Chapter IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

- -/- 22

SPR15

36 40 8

GIFTS TOTAL

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

67 60 11

SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

6

FALL14

2.73 2.89

Eta Epsilon Associate Chapter IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

$360

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

$4,000

NPC

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.08 3.19 2.84

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

1

8

Eta Omicron Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.48 2.65 2.92 SIZE 2014 2015

Eta Mu Chapter

2

VOLUNTEER HOURS

Eta Kappa Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.91 2.74 2.93 8/8 SIZE 2014 2015

Eta Iota Chapter

F O U TA E

DONORS

PER MAN

GPA

5

ALUMNI

VOLUNTEER HOURS

F O U TA E

PER MAN

$4,300 $123

NPC

4

6

%

54 58 16 13 29 11 0 11 38%

GPA

DONORS

303

FUNDRAISING

SIZE 2014 2015

RETENTION RATE

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

$2

ALUMNI

2.72 2.84 2.97

35 37 3 5 8 2 0 2 25%

FALL14

73 71

$1,973

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

3

8

PER MAN

RETENTION RATE

Eta Eta Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.97 2.94 3.04 SIZE 2014 2015

2

$50

NPC

SIZE 2014 2015

GPA

GPA

FALL14

6

FUNDRAISING

2.76 -

Eta Zeta Chapter

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

Eta Delta Chapter IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

183 183 17 40 57

Eta Gamma Chapter

33 29

3

F O U TA E

PER MAN

SIZE 2014 2015

3/3

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

29 35

FUNDRAISING

2.71 2.72 2.8

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

%

Eta Beta Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

GPA

110 105 6

RETENTION RATE

SPR15

F O U TA E

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FALL14

GPA

SIZE 2014 2015

1

F O U TA E

2.82 2.9 2.94 8/20

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

9 10 19

VOLUNTEER HOURS

112

GIFTS

5

RETENTION RATE

86%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$708

2

GPA

IFC RANK

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.85 2.92 2.73 SIZE 2014 2015

FUNDRAISING

$1,000

NPC

2

IFC RANK

-/5

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

63 69 10 32 42 F O U TA E

ALL MEN'S AVG

GPA

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

F O U TA E

Zeta Phi Chapter

PER MAN

$14

ALUMNI

233

DONORS

5

8

31 39

VOLUNTEER HOURS

444

GIFTS

7

RETENTION RATE

93%

PER MAN

6

GIFTS TOTAL

$438

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JIM BOB KEY INITIATES INTO PI KAPPA PHI MORE THAN 60 YEARS AFTER JOINING PREDECESSOR The newest initiate at Northwestern State has a unique connection to the chapter’s earliest members.

TWO PI KAPP BROTHERS TAKE PART IN TEXAS 4000 Two Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity brothers recently had the opportunity to take part in the Texas 4000. Isaac Reyes, Zeta Theta (Texas-Austin), was archon his senior year and took on the responsibility of Fitness and Safety Chair for the Texas 4000. Along with Isaac, alumnus Daniel Van Dongen, Epsilon Alpha (Elon), a Pi Alpha from 2006 Journey of Hope Transamerica Route, completed the journey that spanned North America from Austin, Texas, to Anchorage, Alaska. Isaac rode on the "Sierra" route and Daniel on the "Ozarks" route. In 2006, Daniel had crossed paths with the Texas 4000 "Rockies" route in Shoshoni, Wyoming while participating in Journey of Hope. He now has completed both. Both brothers had to fundraise in order to do this event, much like Journey of Hope. Daniel raised $5,475 and Isaac raised $6,876. Overall, the team broke Texas 4000's record for fundraising over $720,000 for cancer research The Texas 4000 is a 70-day cycling trek that travels three routes from Austin, Texas, to Anchorage, Alaska. The Texas 4000 summer ride is the longest annual charity bike ride in the world. Starting together in Austin on Day Zero, the team splits on Day Two into Sierra, Rockies, and Ozarks routes and later reunites in Canada to ride the last nine days together into Anchorage. Each rider logs more than 4,000 riding miles throughout the course of the ride. 

Jim Bob Key was one of the last members of Phi Kappa Nu, a local fraternity that affiliated with Pi Kappa Phi, becoming the Beta Omicron Chapter in 1956. Key joined Phi Kappa Nu in 1952 and initiated as the 575th member of the Beta Omicron Chapter more than 60 years later, on December 7, 2015. A native of Winnfield, Key graduated from Northwestern State with a Bachelor of Arts in art and interior design in 1954. While at NSU, he played percussion in the band and timpani in the symphony and was a member Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Key married Betty Sue Choate in 1955 and served in the U.S. Navy from 1955 to 1957. After returning from his station in the U.S. Navy, Key went to work with his father-in-law, L.J. Choate, at Choate’s Interiors on July 1, 1957. He purchased the business in 1960. Key was instrumental in the creation of the Natchitoches-Northwestern Symphony Orchestra and for 50 years has been a key member of the Symphony Society, which works to create scholarships for music students. Among his many endeavors, Key also served on the Council of the Metropolitan Opera, the Regional Boards of Shreveport Symphony and Shreveport Opera and the Louisiana State Arts Council which started the Louisiana Outdoor Drama Association amphitheater at Grand Ecore. A long-time supporter of Northwestern State University’s School of Creative and Performing Arts, Key was inducted into the CAPA Hall of Fame in 2015. 

TOP CHAPTERS BY

Unique Donors to the Foundation Theta Delta Florida International

72

Iota Alpha Sacred Heart

56

Delta Delta Truman State

52

Alpha Epsilon Florida

50

Alpha Omicron Iowa State

50

Xi Roanoke

50

Beta Eta Florida State

43

Beta Xi Central Michigan

42

Delta Omega Texas A&M

42

Omega Purdue

42

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$1,119

Eta Phi Chapter FALL14

SPR15

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$836

NPC

3

DONORS

317

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

5

PER MAN

63

GIFTS

1

GIFTS TOTAL

7

$5,248

ALL MEN'S AVG

24 25 F O U TA E

3

6

$200

NPC

2

9

0

PER MAN

1

2

22

GIFTS

2

%

PER MAN

25

DONORS

211

2

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$8

ALUMNI

1

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

$4,435

NPC

PER MAN

$84

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

DONORS

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

557

GIFTS

11

GIFTS TOTAL

0 44 0 0

$0

Theta Zeta Chapter GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

6.04 3.01 3.22 SIZE 2014 2015

F O U TA E

-/15

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

$12,312

NPC

1

PER MAN

$123

ALUMNI

332

GIFTS TOTAL

14

$2,038

DONORS

8

SPR15

IFC RANK

39 39 PER MAN

$56,279 $380

NPC

ALUMNI

1

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

DONORS

536

FALL14

SPR15

7

0 38 38

RETENTION RATE

97%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

471

GIFTS

3

GIFTS TOTAL

15

$2,434

ALL MEN'S AVG

SPR

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

75 70 1 23 24 16 0 16 67%

FUNDRAISING

$8,746

NPC

PER MAN

$80

ALUMNI

5

346

FALL14

SPR15

DONORS

14

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

15

$1,596

ALL MEN'S AVG

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$23,359 $184

NPC

ALUMNI

18

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

55 103 24 46 70

213

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

1954

GIFTS

8

PER MAN

20

GIFTS TOTAL

$546

FALL14

SPR15

DONORS

1

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.25 3.15 3.11 SIZE 2014 2015

22 14 36

RETENTION RATE

51%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

191

GIFTS

2

GIFTS TOTAL

12

6

FUNDRAISING

$0

NPC

0

14

PER MAN

ALUMNI

169

GPA

$0 DONORS

6

SPR

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$1,135

RETENTION RATE

NPC

7

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$12

ALUMNI

PER MAN

96

DONORS

378

FALL14

SPR15

2.97 2.9 SIZE 2014 2015

GIFTS

17

1

GIFTS TOTAL

23

$11,263

ALL MEN'S AVG

-

22 34

FUNDRAISING

6

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

5

9 20 29

PER MAN

$2,502

NPC

IFC RANK

13/18

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

52 59 12

ALUMNI

85%

PER MAN

324

DONORS

303

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$42

FALL14

SPR15

2.83 - SIZE 2014 2015

GIFTS

11

5

GIFTS TOTAL

11

$452

SPR

ALL MEN'S AVG

-

IFC RANK

-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

-

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

- - - - - - - - -%

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

- -

NPC

0

ALUMNI

DONORS

213

GIFTS

1

PER MAN

- GIFTS TOTAL

12

$120

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3.17 3.1 2.97 -/24 SIZE 2014 2015

FUNDRAISING

1

0 29 29

PER MAN

$5,774

NPC

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

81 70 0 30 30

$120

PER MAN

1216

DONORS

288

97%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$72

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

GIFTS

4

15

GIFTS TOTAL

4

$200

Theta Theta Chapter IFC RANK

9/15

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

8

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

29 30 8

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

Theta Epsilon Chapter IFC RANK

2.65 2.59 2.69 11/12 SIZE 2014 2015

IFC RANK

Theta Beta Chapter* IFC RANK

3.11 3.06 2.65 5/13 SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

Eta Psi Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

Theta Eta Chapter IFC RANK

111 95 5 23 28 4 0 4 14%

GIFTS

0

Theta Delta Chapter

IFC RANK

43 22 21 43 0 49 49 114%

FALL14

132 129 0

$60

2.95 3.08 2.97 3/10 SIZE 2014 2015

3

PER MAN

0

3.34 3.41 3.05 2/11

GIFTS TOTAL

3

Theta Gamma Chapter

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

DONORS

VOLUNTEER HOURS

Theta Alpha Chapter IFC RANK

2.8 2.68 3.12 8/11 SIZE 2014 2015

448

SIZE 2014 2015

Eta Omega Chapter

0

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$13

ALUMNI

ALUMNI

1

64 67 13 9 22 12 9 21 95%

NPC

$14

Eta Chi Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.9 2.77 2.86 4/6 SIZE 2014 2015

PER MAN

$1,530

GPA

GPA

FUNDRAISING

GPA

28

SPR15

115 110 39 0 39 35 0 35 90%

F O U TA E

10

GIFTS TOTAL

71%

GPA

GIFTS

68

14 23 37

SIZE 2014 2015

F O U TA E

DONORS

292

PER MAN

3,460

79 104 16 36 52

FALL14

3.1 3.08 2.98 5/26

GPA

4

78%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$83

ALUMNI

11 14

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

F O U TA E

PER MAN

$4,212

NPC

3

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

8

5

13

VOLUNTEER HOURS

0

GIFTS

21

RETENTION RATE

93%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

0

$2,703

GPA

FUNDRAISING

18

Eta Upsilon Chapter IFC RANK

RETENTION RATE

F O U TA E

12

ALL MEN'S AVG

SIZE 2014 2015

GPA

F O U TA E

6

RETENTION RATE

SPR15

1

F O U TA E

60 57

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

FALL14

- 3.4 3.25 4/23

GPA

SIZE 2014 2015

3

GPA

2.64 2.7 2.65 3/14

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

F O U TA E

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

Eta Sigma Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.83 2.81 2.87 11/20 SIZE 2014 2015

FUNDRAISING

$8,220

NPC

1

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

61 89 10 21 F O U TA E

Eta Rho Chapter

31

PER MAN

$91

ALUMNI

132

DONORS

7

8 17 25

VOLUNTEER HOURS

405

GIFTS

14

RETENTION RATE

81%

PER MAN

5

GIFTS TOTAL

$2,252

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2015 Journey of Hope North Route

TOP CHAPTERS BY

Volunteer Hrs / Man for The Ability Experience Iota Eta Embry-Riddle

70

Eta Rho Texas State

68

Eta Beta Indiana State

39

Omicron Alabama

20

Alpha Chi Miami

20

Theta Zeta George Washington

19

Theta Rho Western Michigan

19

Gamma Lambda Missouri S&T

17

Eta Kappa SUNY Plattsburgh

16

Theta Epsilon Kansas

15

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2.88 3.09 3.01 SIZE 2014 2015

-/25

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

SIZE 2014 2015

PER MAN

-

NPC

-

ALUMNI

DONORS

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

63

GIFTS

1

GIFTS TOTAL

0 234 0 0

$0

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.34 - SIZE 2014 2015

63 56 F O U TA E

-

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

11

16

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$400

NPC

27

$7

ALUMNI

1

DONORS

165

4

-

6/13

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

0

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

7

FUNDRAISING

22

PER MAN

$4,674

NPC

IFC RANK

$79

ALUMNI

DONORS

14

7

21

RETENTION RATE

95

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

821

GIFTS

%

14

10 15 25 207

4

GIFTS TOTAL

11

SIZE 2014 2015

93%

PER MAN

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

12

FUNDRAISING

0

22

PER MAN

$2,620

NPC

3

$33

ALUMNI

DONORS

166

1

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.99 2.86 2.92 3/21 SIZE 2014 2015

FUNDRAISING

8

2

12 40 52

PER MAN

$2,000

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

65 97 15 49 64

$0

PER MAN

766

DONORS

177

81%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$19

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

GIFTS

27

7

GIFTS TOTAL

42

$2,109

Theta Xi Chapter IFC RANK

8/18

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

69 91 10

$352

FALL14

2.91 3.06

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GIFTS

GIFTS TOTAL

Theta Nu Chapter IFC RANK

GPA

SPR15

F O U TA E

GPA

FALL14

ALL MEN'S AVG

0 221 0 0

Theta Mu Chapter

SPR15

67 62 15

%

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

FALL14

3.07 3.07

99 100 14 34 48 14 0 14 29

Theta Lambda Chapter

Theta Kappa Chapter IFC RANK

GPA

ALL MEN'S AVG

F O U TA E

SPR15

9

12 21

RETENTION RATE

95%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

494

GIFTS

6

SIZE 2014 2015

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

16

FUNDRAISING

0

38

5

22 16 38

PER MAN

$9,831

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

133 146 22

$150

FALL14

3.25 3.31 3.04 1/23

GIFTS TOTAL

1

GPA

FALL14

GPA

GPA

F O U TA E

Theta Iota Chapter

PER MAN

0

DONORS

249

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$79

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

GIFTS

3

0

GIFTS TOTAL

4

$107

University of Nevada, Reno

Theta Pi Chapter

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

RETENTION RATE

SIZE 2014 2015

83

7

0

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

7

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.79 2.99 2.96 SIZE 2014 2015

$260

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$7,376

NPC

1

$76

ALUMNI

DONORS

178

3

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

485

GIFTS

5

4

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

3.02 3.14 SIZE 2014 2015

64 62 F O U TA E

2

37 39

$1,572

1

-

PER MAN

$23

ALUMNI

113

DONORS

1

5

16

21

PER MAN

$1,380

11

2/3

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

FUNDRAISING

NPC

IFC RANK

$43

ALUMNI

DONORS

107

14

3

10 13

SIZE 2014 2015

62%

PER MAN

1

GIFTS TOTAL

16

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

SIZE 2014 2015

6

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$894

NPC

0

22

$14

ALUMNI

DONORS

141

2

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

5 30 35

VOLUNTEER HOURS

232

GIFTS

1

RETENTION RATE

90%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$20

3

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

44 52

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

15 5 20

RETENTION RATE

91%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

224

GIFTS

4

18

FUNDRAISING

-

NPC

1

PER MAN

ALUMNI

64

29

-

DONORS

1

2

5

11

FUNDRAISING

6

2/11

16

4

PER MAN

$1,708

NPC

IFC RANK

2.9

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

94%

PER MAN

1,021

DONORS

92

11 15

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$32

ALUMNI

SIZE 2014 2015

SPR15

GIFTS

7

19

GIFTS TOTAL

7

$139

ALL MEN'S AVG

31

FUNDRAISING

4

47

IFC RANK

-/13

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

13 23 36

PER MAN

$380

NPC

2.7

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

38 55 16

$519

FALL14

2.39 2.32

GIFTS TOTAL

94

77%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$6

ALUMNI

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

30

DONORS

GIFTS

5

1

GIFTS TOTAL

5

$99

Theta Psi Chapter IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

11

ALL MEN'S AVG

Theta Upsilon Chapter IFC RANK

2.62 2.64 2.82 14/15 SIZE 2014 2015

47 56

Theta Chi Chapter IFC RANK

SPR15

2.99 3.19

$314

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

71 76 16

FALL14

RETENTION RATE

23

GIFTS

1

VOLUNTEER HOURS

3.07 3.1 2.84 1/7

$258

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALL MEN'S AVG

GIFTS TOTAL

Theta Phi Chapter

Theta Rho Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

Theta Tau Chapter IFC RANK

98 92 11 34 45 44 0 44 98%

Theta Sigma Chapter

F O U TA E

DONORS

GPA

6

-

ALUMNI

PER MAN

F O U TA E

-

NPC

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GPA

PER MAN

40 29

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

SPR15

2.38 2.26 2.73

31 35 4 7 11 4 0 4 36%

FALL14

GPA

SIZE 2014 2015

2

F O U TA E

2.78 2.93 2.85 -/13

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

ALL MEN'S AVG

10 14 24

VOLUNTEER HOURS

29

GIFTS

1

RETENTION RATE

83%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$20

1

GPA

SPR15

FALL14

SPR15

3.01 2.93 SIZE 2014 2015

62 55

TA E

FALL14

GPA

GPA

FOU

Theta Omicron Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

8

7

15

PER MAN

$3,081

5

IFC RANK

8/12

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

-

$62

ALUMNI

110

DONORS

7

8

6

14

VOLUNTEER HOURS

375

GIFTS

7

RETENTION RATE

93%

PER MAN

8

GIFTS TOTAL

$311

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IOTA PHI CHAPTER BREAKS LOYOLA PHILANTHROPY FUNDRAISING RECORD For the third time in three years, the Iota Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has broken Loyola University New Orleans' record for charity fundraising by a student organization, raising over $3,660 for The Ability Experience. The chapter broke the record originally in 2013 when they were just an associate chapter with less than 15 members. Now, as Iota Phi Chapter approaches its first chartering anniversary, it has become the second largest fraternity on campus and has continued to raise the bar for philanthropy fundraising on Loyola's campus. The New Orleans brothers raised funds through their annual 24-hour stationary bike marathon, "Tour de Pi Kapp." In a very short period of time, the Iota Phi Chapter has established itself as the leading philanthropic organization on a campus of nearly 4,000 students. 

ALPHA KAPPA BROTHER NAMED ONE OF POET AND QUANTS BEST AND BRIGHTEST UNDERGRADS Jeffrey Yu, Alpha Kappa (Michigan), was recently selected as a 2016 Poet and Quants Best and Brightest Undergrad. Poets and Quants has historically only recognized MBAs from the top business schools for this nomination, but this year they have opened it up to undergraduates. Candidates are nominated by their school administration first and then must submit a form to the site for consideration. 50 students nationwide from the top undergraduate business schools this year were selected. Yu ties much of this success back to the support from the Pi Kappa Phi brotherhood at Michigan. "My brothers helped me apply to the business school as a freshman, they’re in my classes, and they even helped me secure an internship last summer,” said Yu. “As the treasurer of Alpha Kappa Chapter, I gained real-world leadership experiences and I quoted these experiences multiple times during my interview process. I’ve always told the younger guys in the house that it’s important to give back to the house internally, but that some of the best ways to give back is to represent Pi Kappa Phi outside the house on campus, in the corporate world, and beyond." 

TOP CHAPTERS BY

Number of Alumni Gifts to the Foundation

Alpha Omicron Iowa State

145

Theta Delta Florida International

116

Beta Xi Central Michigan

98

Beta Eta Florida State

97

Xi Roanoke

90

Epsilon Alpha Elon

72

Delta Delta Truman State

70

Alpha Epsilon Florida

69

Alpha Eta Samford

62

Iota Alpha Sacred Heart

60

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PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

VOLUNTEER HOURS

- -

NPC

0

ALUMNI

DONORS

59

2

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

2

$20

2.7 2.48 2.79 9/9

2

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$491

NPC

4

5

$23

ALUMNI

DONORS

40

5

0

2

2

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

6

$124

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

SIZE 2014 2015

RETENTION RATE

F O U TA E

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

3

16

FUNDRAISING

NPC

3

19

PER MAN

$759

$19

ALUMNI

DONORS

41

3

3

11 14

74%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

2,750

GIFTS

71

3

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.69 2.63 2.54 SIZE 2014 2015

57 48 10 F O U TA E

21

FUNDRAISING

NPC

5

31

PER MAN

$3,882

$81

ALUMNI

DONORS

57

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

4/8

12

9

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

13 22

RETENTION RATE

71%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

168

GIFTS

4

GIFTS TOTAL

26

$490

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

81 80 4 F O U TA E

$3,575

7

2

RETENTION RATE

22 26 28 16 44 100%

FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

PER MAN

$44

ALUMNI

54

56

7

60

SIZE 2014 2015

28 32

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$109

NPC

4

10

$4

ALUMNI

DONORS

45

5

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

4

8

2 10

PER MAN

7

GIFTS

GIFTS TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$1,350

NPC

4

$68

ALUMNI

DONORS

35

4

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.24 3.19 3.15 SIZE 2014 2015

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

DONORS

7

VOLUNTEER HOURS

0

GIFTS

7

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$139

0

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$24,868 $273

NPC

7

ALUMNI

DONORS

84

11

FALL14

SPR15

4

$80

IFC RANK

3/7

47 47

SPR

2

FUNDRAISING

892

GIFTS

NPC

GIFTS

6

11

GIFTS TOTAL

6

$117

14

16

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

4 12 16

PER MAN

RETENTION RATE

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$68

PER MAN

166

DONORS

46

FALL14

SPR15

GIFTS

2

6

GIFTS TOTAL

2

$40

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

10 29

FUNDRAISING

3

RETENTION RATE

90%

PER MAN

112

DONORS

62

9 26

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$21

ALUMNI

3

17

PER MAN

$1,200

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

59 69 19

GIFTS

3

2

GIFTS TOTAL

3

$60

Iota Mu Chapter

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.69 2.8 3.04 2/4 31 27

$567

12

ALUMNI

2

SIZE 2014 2015

10

ALL MEN'S AVG

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

NPC

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

SPR15

1

12

13

1

PER MAN

$639

6

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

26

RETENTION RATE

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$24

ALUMNI

12 13

PER MAN

383

DONORS

GIFTS

6

14

GIFTS TOTAL

6

$120

75 Years Founded 1940

23

PER MAN

ALUMNI

PER MAN

444

DONORS

55

$1,832

1

GIFTS TOTAL

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

$5,166

$71

ALUMNI

96%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

Iota Omicron Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

21

3 20 23

PER MAN

FUNDRAISING

SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HOURS

3.05 2.9 2.81 5/6 SIZE 2014 2015

20 24

- 2.44 2.88 -/7

97 83 16 12 28 16 0 16 57%

4

RETENTION RATE

Iota Iota Chapter

RETENTION RATE

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

31 24 4

$99

FALL14

SIZE 2014 2015

26 18 0 6 6 0 0 0 0%

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

-/8

2.79 2.78 2.74 4/16

100%

203

5

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

5

IFC RANK

Iota Zeta Chapter IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

8

ALL MEN'S AVG

$2,778

NPC

$1,721

SPR15

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS TOTAL

Iota Xi Chapter

3.05 3.07 2.78 3/18 SIZE 2014 2015

60

PER MAN

501

GIFTS

%

Iota Lambda Chapter IFC RANK

Iota Nu Chapter

DONORS

VOLUNTEER HOURS

2.37 2.75 2.82 6/11

$60

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

GIFTS TOTAL

Iota Kappa Chapter

RETENTION RATE

FALL14

2.82 2.71 2.95

Iota Theta Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

1

33 36

- 2.75 2.95 -/6 SPR

GIFTS TOTAL

Iota Eta Chapter

$22

ALUMNI

35

37 35

40%

GPA

3

PER MAN

$1,675

NPC

SIZE 2014 2015

RETENTION RATE

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

GPA

22 24

FUNDRAISING

- 2.89 2.92 -/11

F O U TA E

SIZE 2014 2015

1

GPA

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

TA E

IFC RANK

FOU

ALL MEN'S AVG

GPA

SPR15

F O U TA E

GPA

FALL14

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

Iota Epsilon Chapter

Iota Gamma Chapter

3

70 73 0 26 26 0 0 0 0

%

- -

GIFTS

7/7

GPA

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

PER MAN

SIZE 2014 2015

-

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN'S AVG

GPA

F O U TA E

SPR15

2.93 2.9

RETENTION RATE

- - - - - - - - -

FALL14

GPA

10

F O U TA E

SIZE 2014 2015

3.12

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

$105 DONORS

2

18 20

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

67

GIFTS

0 43 0 0

87%

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$0

1

GPA

3.05 3.19

Iota Beta Chapter

Iota Alpha Chapter

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

ALL MEN'S AVG

FALL14

SPR15

3.08 3.24 SIZE 2014 2015

24

PER MAN

$2,169

7

-

6

FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

1/3

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

68 77 18 F O U TA E

SPR15

GPA

FALL14

F O U TA E

GPA

F O U TA E

Theta Omega Chapter*

$31

ALUMNI

51

DONORS

12

18

6 24

VOLUNTEER HOURS

525

GIFTS

51

RETENTION RATE

100%

PER MAN

8

GIFTS TOTAL

$695

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Zeta Rho Chapter (Cal State - Fullerton) brothers

OUR CHAPTERS TOP CHAPTERS BY

Fundraising for The Ability Experience Eta Chi Texas Christian

$56,279

Iota Lambda Quinnipiac

$24,868

Theta Delta Florida International

$ 23,358

Beta Nu Houston

$14,667

Delta Upsilon Pittsburgh

$13,000

Theta Zeta George Washington

$12,311

Omega Purdue

$12,013

Alpha Chi Miami

$12,000

Delta Alpha Virginia Tech PHOTO: DANICA CARVER

$10,550

Gamma Iota Louisiana State

$10,050

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DONORS

50

2

GIFTS

2

GIFTS TOTAL

2

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

2.97 2.87 SIZE 2014 2015

F O U TA E

7

18

PER MAN

$2,522

NPC

-

6

FUNDRAISING

$43

ALUMNI

DONORS

29

IFC RANK

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

7

11

6

17

RETENTION RATE

94%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

620

GIFTS

11

$157

FUNDRAISING

NPC

0

25

PER MAN

$1,844

$29

ALUMNI

13

DONORS

1

8

15 23

92%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

160

GIFTS

3

GIFTS TOTAL

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

1

$19

ALL MEN'S AVG

25 32 F O U TA E

10

FUNDRAISING

18

NPC

5

2

PER MAN

33 12 45

ALUMNI

4

DONORS

6

RETENTION RATE

100

%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

6

26 33 F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

17

22

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

3

PER MAN

31 14 45

ALUMNI

DONORS

RETENTION RATE

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0

7/7

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

NPC

16 13 29

PER MAN

DONORS

16

5

94%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$16

ALUMNI

5

31

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

455

GIFTS

5

FALL14

SPR15

5

16

IFC RANK

-/-

NPC

23

7

PER MAN

$2,348

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

0

DONORS

RETENTION RATE

15 22

96

%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$43

ALUMNI

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.89 2.95 2.87 SIZE 2014 2015

47 73

PER MAN

432

GIFTS

8

9

32 41 PER MAN

ALUMNI

GIFTS

0

0 4 0 0

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$0

0

FALL14

-/-

2.73 3.02 SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

0

DONORS

RETENTION RATE

100

VOLUNTEER HOURS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

%

0

ALL MEN'S AVG

NPC

-

PER MAN

ALUMNI

GPA

1

RETENTION RATE

PER MAN

-

NPC

0

VOLUNTEER HOURS

-

ALUMNI

DONORS

28

PER MAN

81

GIFTS

1

4

GIFTS TOTAL

3

$84

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

29 41

6

14 20

7

PER MAN

$3,498

2

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

14

RETENTION RATE

90%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$85

ALUMNI

11 18

PER MAN

64

DONORS

GIFTS

3

2

GIFTS TOTAL

4

$79

DONORS

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.71 2.61 2.67 -/12 SIZE 2014 2015

SPR

31 53 7

2

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

19 26 50 18 68 100%

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

$1,180

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$21

ALUMNI

PER MAN

0

DONORS

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

$0

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.9 2.61 2.79 7/7 SIZE 2014 2015

12 17

4

2

6

17

PER MAN

ALUMNI

6

1

18

RETENTION RATE

100%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0 3

3

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

NPC

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

DONORS

0

GIFTS

4

PER MAN

0

GIFTS TOTAL

4

$79

Kappa Zeta

IFC RANK

-/-

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

RETENTION RATE

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

FUNDRAISING

SIZE 2014 2015

$0

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

-/-

3.1 3.27 2.94 1/4

GIFTS TOTAL

39 6 7 13 0 41 41 100%

IFC RANK

0 9 0 0

$0

56 38 94

1 0 0

SPR15

-

Kappa Gamma Chapter IFC RANK

$0 $0 NPC

GIFTS TOTAL

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

FUNDRAISING

$100

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

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ALL MEN'S AVG

Iota Omega Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

FUNDRAISING

GIFTS TOTAL

Kappa Epsilon Chapter IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

5

15

SPR15

36 26 0 3 3 0 0 0 0%

$0

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

0

$119

2.61 2.7 2.84 10/9 SIZE 2014 2015

GIFTS TOTAL

Kappa Delta Chapter

-

SIZE 2014 2015

GIFTS TOTAL

FALL14

2.49 2.64

Iota Phi Chapter IFC RANK

0 6 0 0

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

8

GIFTS

15

Kappa Beta Chapter IFC RANK

3.29 3.41 3.28 6/18 SIZE 2014 2015

ALL MEN'S AVG

$1,616

43 48

Kappa Alpha Chapter

SPR15

FUNDRAISING

SIZE 2014 2015

GPA

16

RETENTION RATE

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

9

FALL14

2.85 2.86 2.57

GPA

40 60

4

GPA

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

F O U TA E

IFC RANK

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

DONORS

PER MAN

540

Iota Psi Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

2.91 2.86 2.82 -/13 SIZE 2014 2015

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$72

ALUMNI

68 101 16

TA E

SPR15

NPC

SIZE 2014 2015

FOU

GPA

FALL14

PER MAN

$2,606

2.64 2.68

GIFTS TOTAL

7

Iota Chi Chapter

FUNDRAISING

%

Iota Upsilon Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

65 64 12

0 32 0 0

Iota Tau Chapter

RETENTION RATE

47 41 6 0 6 6 0 6 100

$39

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

F O U TA E

1

ALUMNI

172

1

FOU

NPC

$9

PER MAN

F O U TA E

$800

VOLUNTEER HOURS

GPA

PER MAN

4/11

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

GPA

SIZE 2014 2015

IFC RANK

F O U TA E

RETENTION RATE

F O U TA E

F O U TA E

FUNDRAISING

ALL MEN'S AVG

3.06 2.93 2.86

79 104 25 7 32 25 7 32 100%

SPR15

GPA

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

SPR

FALL14

F O U TA E

2

GPA

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

TA E

IFC RANK

3.21 3.27 3.11 2/10 SIZE 2014 2015

Iota Sigma Associate Chapter

Iota Rho Chapter

ALL MEN'S AVG

GIFTS

0

0 2 0 0

PER MAN

GIFTS TOTAL

$0

0

GPA

SPR15

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.93 2.85 2.85 7/17 SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

57 10 9 19 0 50 50 100%

TA E

FALL14

GPA

GPA

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0

FOU

Iota Pi Chapter

NPC

ALUMNI

DONORS

GIFTS

0

0 0 0 0

PER MAN

0

GIFTS TOTAL

$0

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OUR CHAPTERS

ALPHA CHI BROTHERS TAPPED INTO IRON ARROW HONOR SOCIETY Alpha Chi Chapter Archon Ken Bowden and Vice Archon Owen Berry were 'tapped' into the University of Miami Iron Arrow Honor Society on Thursday, November 5.

ETA GAMMA CHAPTER AND SIGMA NU FRATERNITY PARTNER UP TO HOST BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT In October, the brothers of Eta Gamma Chapter at CU-Boulder teamed up with the Gamma Kappa Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity to host a basketball tournament at the Sigma Nu House.

Founded in 1926, this is the highest honor that can be bestowed by the university. Based on Seminole Indian tradition, Iron Arrow recognizes those individuals in the University of Miami community who exemplify the five qualities of Iron Arrow: Love of Alma Mater, Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Humility. The members of Iron Arrow assemble twice a year to select those to be tapped for membership into the Tribe. 

CHAPTERS

Chartered in 2015

(chartering members)

14 teams participated representing multiple fraternities on campus. Sorority and fraternity community members attended and supported both The Ability Experience and The Wounded Warrior Project. After the day, just over $1,000 was raised. 

Beta Phi East Carolina (62)

Delta Lambda UNC-Charlotte (46)

Epsilon Pi VCU (47)

Zeta Alpha Clemson (70)

KAPPA ZETA CHAPTER RAISES OVER $3,000 FOR THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE

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Theta Gamma Buffalo (48)

Iota Omega

The Kappa Zeta Chapter at Maine chartered on November 21, 2015. Prior to their initiation however they raised a significant amount of money for The Ability Experience.

Nevada - Las Vegas (50)

A week before their chartering and initiation, the brothers hosted a three-onthree basketball tournament on campus. The event raised over $400 and pushed them over $3,000 for The Ability Experience. The chapter also partnered with the Best Buddies group at the university and donated $500 to their organization through the Circle of Giving grant. 

Kappa Gamma

Kappa Alpha Case Western (35)

Kappa Beta Illinois State (57)

Montana (19)

Kappa Delta

Florida Atlantic (33)

Kappa Epsilon Stony Brook (40)

Kappa Zeta Maine (46)

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ASSOCIATE CHAPTERS

Gamma Upsilon Oklahoma State (31)

Gamma Psi Augusta (24)

Epsilon Theta

GPA

Associate Chapter

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

2.99 2.63 2.97 19/19 SIZE 2014 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

28 30 2 6 8 - - - -%

TA E

(associate members)

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0

FOU

Opened in 2015

NPC

ALUMNI

DONORS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

2 0 0 0

$0

Seaton Hall (37)

Epsilon Omicron Villanova (87)

Epsilon Chi Eta Epsilon

Associate Chapter

GPA

Denver (82)

FALL14

Maryland–College Park (46)

SIZE 2014 2015

SUNY Geneseo (37)

San Diego (46)

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

- -/-

1

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

TA E

- 47 48 2 50 - - - -% FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0

FOU

Wisconsin-Madison (25)

SPR15

- -

NPC

ALUMNI

DONORS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

0 0 0 0

$0

New Mexico (30)

Associate Chapter GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

- - SIZE 2014 2015

SPR

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

- -/-

0

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

- - - 25 25 - - - -% TA E

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0

FOU

NPC

ALUMNI

DONORS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS

0

GIFTS TOTAL

0 0 0 0

$0

Associate Chapter GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

- 3.18 - SIZE 2014 2015

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

7/8

4

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

RETENTION RATE

- 43 43 3 46 - - - -% TA E

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0

FOU

NPC

ALUMNI

DONORS

0

GIFTS

PER MAN

0

GIFTS TOTAL

0 0 0 0

$0

Associate Chapter GPA

FALL14

SPR15

ALL MEN'S AVG

IFC RANK

ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

- 2.82 3.12 7/11

1

SIZE 2014 2015

RETENTION RATE

PRE-INITIATED INITIATED SPR FALL TOTAL SPR FALL TOTAL

- 26 26 12 38 - - - -% TA E

FUNDRAISING

PER MAN

VOLUNTEER HOURS

$0 $0

FOU

NPC

ALUMNI

DONORS

GIFTS

0

0 0 0 0

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0

GIFTS TOTAL

$0

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Johann Gerdts, Christian Wiggins, Durward Owen, Mike Cleckler

Leadershi eadership LLONDON This year, Pi Kappa Phi began offering another uncommon opportunity for our members. Leadership London provides sudents with the opportunity to study, intern, and explore the United Kingdom with other brothers.

Johann Gerdts, Iota Xi (Texas – Dallas), is the first student to be accepted into the Pi Kappa Phi Leadership London study abroad program. Leadership London is a partnership between Pi Kappa Phi and the Foundation for International Education (FIE) — an accredited study abroad provider — that integrates classroom learning, internship experiences, and leadership development opportunities in order to prepare our students for leadership in a global world. As a part of the program Johann is enrolled in classes, but also has the opportunity to participate in an internship with a London-based firm and travel to multiple countries in Europe. In Johann’s words, “London so far has been incredible and filled with many opportunities, amazing food and great beer.”

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So far Johann has been able to travel to neighboring countries like the Netherlands and Belgium. On spring break, Johann, his roommate and another friend from the program bought Eurail passes. They flew to Barcelona, took a train to Roma, and a ferry to Greece.

foundations of fraternities and sororities, exploration of the Masonic traditions that influenced fraternity and sorority rituals, and “reverse culture shock” training on how best to re-assimilate into the chapter after a semester abroad. “The three-day GreekConnect trip was pretty interesting. The first night we went to the British Museum, and were able to see its Ancient Greek exhibit,” said Johann. “One thing that was wild was seeing the actual pieces from the Acropolis. The amazing part is that I was able to head to Athens during spring break and actually see the Acropolis.”

“Yes, we had some 12 hour train rides, and maybe a 16 hour-long ferry through the Adriatic and Ionian Seas,” admitted Johann. “But it was well worth it.”

STUDY Since 1998, the Foundation for International Education has set a high standard for delivering academic programs abroad. The FIE Study & Internship Program is a customized program that includes course work, as well as a guaranteed internship with a small to mid-sized company in London.

“The second day we went to the Grand Masonic Lodge of London, and by far it was my favorite part of the trip. Honestly, I wouldn’t know how to explain how grand and majestic this place is. Extremely stoked I had this opportunity.”

Courses take place at Foundation House, a study center located in beautiful, historic Kensington. Our students are able to take advantage of a professional team of educators, administrators, and staff, as well as all of the extra-curricular activities available during their term abroad. Students matriculating from institutions that also partner with FIE can receive course credit directly from their college or university. All other Pi Kappa Phi members will receive a transcript from Drexel University, FIE’s U.S. school of record.

INTERN An international internship through FIE is a pre-professional, field-based experience coupled with academic analysis and reflection that helps students develop professional and cultural skills while providing personal and career awareness. “I will be interning for London Capital Credit Union,” said Johann. “I’m extremely excited. An internship abroad should definitely help back in the U.S. in regards to a competitive advantage when applying for different jobs.”

On the third day of GreekConnect, they visited Oxford. Johann found how the university works quite interesting.

Johann Gerdts in Rome for spring break at the Trevi Fountain.

According to Johann, getting the internship wasn’t hard at all. Before getting to London, the FIE staff requires you to send a resumé and provide different internship placement preferences. From there, the internship team in London does the rest. They contact hundreds of employers on your behalf, and figure out the placement for you. With an FIE internship, Pi Kappa Phi members will have the opportunity to apply classroom theory to practice and to challenge pre-conceived notions of cultures and professional world. This experience strengthens students’ marketable skills to future employers who now want people with international experience to help grow their company.

EXPLORE

“It’s comprised of a number of different colleges which specialize in certain subjects, which all fall under Oxford,” said Johann. “Each school has its own sports teams, and the best athletes from each college go and represent Oxford at different sporting events.” As Leadership London grows, members will also have the opportunity to connect with, network, and explore Europe with other Pi Kappa Phi brothers and alumni while becoming engulfed in the culture of London for a semester. On a recent trip to London, Pi Kappa Phi Chief Operating Officer Christian Wiggins, Epsilon Alpha (Elon), had the chance to take Johann to lunch and discuss his FIE experience. Joining Wiggins were Alpha Eta (Samford) alumnus Mike Cleckler and Executive Director Emeritus Durward Owen, Xi (Roanoke). Wiggins said, “The experience that Johann is receiving is so valuable to shaping a student’s global perspective and cultural competencies. We hope that many students will follow in the years to come, making this one of Pi Kappa Phi’s premier leadership and scholarship programs.” 

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HOUSE & HOME STEPHEN P. DEPALMA INFRASTRUCTURE LOAN FUND The Stephen P. Depalma Infrastructure Loan Fund (ILF) was established in 1987 by the 41st Supreme Chapter in Dallas, Texas, to build a corpus of funds to assist chapters of Pi Kappa Phi in the acquisition of housing. A portion of each member’s initiation fee funds the ILF. It is named in honor of Past National President Stephen P. DePalma, Beta Alpha (NJIT), who was instrumental in the formation of the ILF.

Theta Delta Chapter house at Florida International

The Infrastructure Loan Fund is administered by Pi Kappa Phi Properties to promote the fund, review applications, manage risk, preserve assets, grant loans within prudent business and marketplace terms and conditions. Pi Kappa Phi Properties designates a board officer position to work with staff and a board committee to support chapters through the Infrastructure Loan Fund.

FEBRUARY 4, 2015 marked the beginning of Pi Kappa Phi Properties 50th year of service to Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. As Properties celebrates a half-century of service, we are grateful for the volunteers, students and staff that have made the body of work possible over those fifty years. In 2014, Properties assisted the Delta Psi Chapter (Texas-Arlington) alumni and students acquire the chapter house and infusing capital to complete some necessary projects to continue operations. In 2015, Properties acquired the Eta Gamma Chapter (Colorado) chapter house with the assistance of Eta Gamma alumni and volunteers. Both of these projects were made possible by the Pi Kappa Phi Properties Housing Investment Fund. Since its inception in 2012, Pi Kappa Phi Properties has acquired and preserved chapter homes for five chapters. Additionally, 27 chapters benefitted from a loan from the Stephen P. DePalma Infrastructure Loan Fund. Over 50% of chapters receive some form of support from Pi Kappa Phi Properties, whether that be financial or advisory support to our local housing corporations and university owned chapter housing locations. MICHAEL S. HARTMAN Chairman, Pi Kappa Phi Properties

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HISTORICAL YEAR END ASSETS

Data used since 1998 for comparison purposes 2015 $1,618,397 2014 $1,618,055 2013 $1,552,329 2012 $1,480,982 2011 $1,402,966 2010 $1,323,937 2009 $1,257,354 2008 $1,208,597 2007 $1,143,036

ASSETS

2006 $1,096,467 2005 $1,027,967

TOTAL ASSETS AS OF 6.30.2015 ILF CASH

$674,899

NOTES RECEIVABLE TOTAL ASSETS

$1,005,498 $1,680,397

CHAPTERS BENEFITTING FROM THE STEPHEN P. DEPALMA INFRASTRUCTURE LOAN FUND Tau NC State Alpha Epsilon Florida Alpha Zeta Oregon State Alpha Lambda Mississippi Alpha Omicron Iowa State Alpha Rho West Virginia Alpha Sigma Tennessee Alpha Upsilon Drexel Beta Alpha NJIT Beta Delta Drake Beta Epsilon Missouri Beta Xi Central Michigan Gamma Tau North Texas Delta Psi Texas Arlington

Delta Upsilon Pittsburgh Delta Omega Texas A&M Epsilon Eta Winthrop Zeta Eta South Florida Zeta Theta UTAustin Zeta Sigma UC Davis Eta Gamma CU Boulder Eta Rho Texas State Eta Upsilon Miami (OH) Theta Delta Florida International Theta Iota Washington State Kappa Delta Illinois State Gamma Delta Memphis

2004 $961,963 2003 $871,227 2002 $790,282 2001 $763,957 2000 $705,875 1999 $630,733 1998 $572,492

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Eta Gamma (UC - Boulder) Boulder, Col., 2015, Occupancy: 18

Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin) Austin, Texas, 2015, Occupancy: 39

Kappa Beta (Illinois State) Normal, Ill., 2015, Occupancy: 33 2015 Pi Kappa Phi Properties Acquisitions

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 2014–2015 academic year.

ASSETS

TOTAL ASSETS AS OF 6.30.2015 Investment in Delta Psi (Texas-Arlington) Investment in Epsilon Eta (Winthrop)

$30,000

Investment in Eta Upsilon (Miami-Ohio)

$70,000

Investment in Theta Mu (Massachusetts-Amherst)

$20,000

Investment in Eta Gamma (Colorado)

200,000

Housing Investment Fund Cash

$102,959

TOTAL ASSETS

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$5,559

$428,518

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Psi (Cornell) Ithaca, N.Y., July 1991, Occupancy: 33

Alpha Theta (Michigan State), East Lansing, Mich., July 2013, Occupancy: 28

Alpha Iota (Auburn) Auburn, Ala., January 2011, Occupancy: 31

Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Ann Arbor, Mich., July 1991, Occupancy: 36

Beta Theta (Arizona) Tucson, Ariz., July 1997, Occupancy: 45

Delta Rho (Southern California) Los Angeles, July 1997, Occupancy: 34

Epsilon Eta (Winthrop) Rock Hill, S.C., May 2013, Occupancy: 9

Zeta Phi (Colorado State) Ft. Collins, Colo., October 2000, Occupancy: 39

Eta Upsilon (Miami (Oh)) Oxford, Ohio, June 2014, Occupancy: 24

Eta Rho (Texas State) San Marcos, Texas, Jan 2010, Occupancy: 10

Theta Iota (Washington State) Pullman, Wash., July 2009, Occupancy: 56

Theta Mu (Massachusetts-Amherst) Amherst, Mass., March 2014, Occupancy: 30

Iota Nu (Mississippi State) Starkville, Miss., Jan 2012, Occupancy: 38

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Sigma (South Carolina), Columbia, S.C., September 2006, Occupancy: 40


PI KAPPA PHI JOURNEY THE

educational, leadership AND

1,058 recognized with The Order of the Lamp for at least a 3.25 gpa 4,973 students from 105 chapters received ladder of risk training 2,523 students from 57 chapters attended alcohol skills training 4,419 participated in GreekLifeEdu

PI KAPP COLLEGE ATTENDANCE Includes number of students for both Emerging Leaders and Chapter Officers 2015 1,739 2014 1,562

103 new certified ritualists

2013 1,416

32 Chapters received member education visits

2011 1,257

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

2012 1,343 2010 1,134

PI KAPP COLLEGE FOR CHAPTER OFFICERS 1,646 students attended 90% said they felt prepared to meet the expectations of their role as an officer or key committee chairman

PI KAPP COLLEGE FOR EMERGING LEADERS 448 graduates since 2010 93 2015 graduates

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service programming OF Pi Kappa Phi

440 STUDENTS RECEIVED LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE IN 2015 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.

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COMMON

LOYALTY

THE TRUSTEES of the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation hope that you will be pleased with our collective accomplishments in 2015. The Foundation’s mission is to enlist our alumni investors in supporting, and expanding (with expanding chapters and undergrads), the cutting edge educational programs of the fraternity. While our Foundation has facilitated significant projects for Pi Kappa Phi in recent years, an increased educational grant was not possible until 2015. Such a grant requires a much larger percentage of unrestricted foundation assets, so that the National Council can ask for, and the Foundation can make grants that respond to the changing educational needs of our 12,000 men on 180 campuses.

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The $7M “Common Loyalty” capital campaign now underway is entirely based on our strategic intent to add unrestricted assets to the foundation’s corpus. We have had outstanding response to this new focus, on a scale never seen before – from longtime donors as well as a very large number of new men, stepping up to provide for their younger brothers. We are bound together in a common loyalty that transcends any personal selfishness. Together, we are building ideal chapters . . . and ideal men. JOHN R. ANDREWS Chairman, Pi Kappa Phi Foundation

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A

campaign TO forge UNCOMMON leaders THE ORDER OF

1904

Philanthropy: $1,000,000+

Kelley A. Bergstrom Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)

David D. Morgan Sr.

Beta Omicron (Northwestern State)

THE ORDER OF

1909

Philanthropy: $500,000 - $999,999

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

Bruce L. Rogers Chi (Stetson)

THE ORDER OF

1924

Philanthropy: $250,000 - $499,999

Jason K. Dodd

Delta Omega (Texas A&M)

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.

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.

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, 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.

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THE ORDER OF

1948

Philanthropy: $100,000 - $249,999

Thomas E. Berk

Alpha Upsilon (Drexel)

Tom & Dee Coley

Beta Eta (Florida State)

Anders & Joanna Hall

Mu (Duke)

James C. Turk

Xi (Roanoke)

Allen O. Woody III

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 G. Bradford Jr., Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Steve & Penny DePalma, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Ajay J. Desai, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) J. Terry Dewberry, Iota (Georgia Tech) 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) Frank & Marcia Parrish, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) David Shook, Alpha Psi (Indiana) Jefferson Shreve, Alpha Psi (Indiana)

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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.

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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LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

GOAL $7,000,000 MAJOR GIFT FUNDS RAISED AS OF 4.5.2016 $6,593,554

COMMON

LOYALTY

A campaign to forge uncommon leaders

$3,500,000

ACADEMIC RECOGNITION

$2,800,000

SERVANT-LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES

$700,000

COMMON LOYALTY CAMPAIGN GOAL

$7,000,000

FOR MORE INFORMATION about the Common Loyalty Campaign or to make a commitment, please contact Curt Herzog, director of development at cherzog@pikapp.org or (980) 318-5366.

THE ORDER OF

1966

Philanthropy: $25,000-$49,999 Elias S. Aguirre, Eta Rho (Texas State) Eric J. Almquist, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Robert F. Berry, Sigma (South Carolina) John R. Bradford III, Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Jeff Esola, Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Tripp Hall, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Tim & Jo Hebson, Alpha Eta (Samford) Brett & Jenna Lee, Eta Rho (Texas State) Tracy & Donna Maddux, Zeta Theta (Texas-Austin) Walter Pickens Jr., Sigma (South Carolina) J. Gunnar Schalin, Upsilon (Illinois) 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) Paul Edward Parker-Thompson, Theta Gamma (Buffalo) Vince J. Thompson, Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph’s) Frank T. Wrenn III, Mu (Duke) Anonymous

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) Justin W. Angotti, Theta Eta (American) A. Glenn Aspinwall, Gamma Kappa (Georgia Southern) Thomas H. Atwood, Beta Eta (Florida State) Chuck Barnard, Delta Delta (Truman State) 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) Thomas L. Carter, Gamma Delta (Memphis) Robert A. Cione, Beta Delta (Drake) David Conn, Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) David T. Corey, Alpha Eta (Samford) Jeff Darnell, Alpha Eta (Samford) David R. DeMarco, Beta Kappa (Georgia State) Glenn Dickson, Beta Upsilon (Virginia) J. Patrick Figley, Chi (Stetson) Jeremy Galvin & Jenn Plagman-Galvin, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) 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) Tim & Kate Hoskins, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Mark Jacobs, Delta Psi (Texas-Arlington) Travis Jamison, Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee State) Bruce Kalmick, Eta Rho (Texas State) Mark & Barbara King, Epsilon Iota (UNC-Greensboro) Bob Langbein, Epsilon Nu (Cal State-Sacramento) 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) 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) 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 Stuckel, Beta Epsilon (Missouri) Ryan Swensen, Eta Upsilon (Miami-OH) Mark E. Timmes, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) 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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PI KAPPA PHI CYCLES ACROSS AMERICA FOR THE FIRST TIME

Philanthropy: $5,000-$9,999

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.

1987

Johnny & Kate Andrews, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Pat Austin, Epsilon Phi (UAB) Tom Begley, Alpha Rho (West Virginia) Ben Bush, Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Bradley Charlesworth, Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) 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 S. Dalton, Beta Nu (Houston) Todd Dipaola, Gamma (UC-Berkeley) Douglas Doughty, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Greg Elam, Beta (Presbyterian) William L. Finney, Gamma Xi (Georgia Southwestern) Matthew E. Garono, Eta Phi (UMBC) Scott & Gina Gasparini, Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Philip Lloyd Hamilton, Theta Delta (Florida International) Catherine & Pierre Harrison Tommy & Joanne Hartwell, Alpha Iota (Auburn) Curt Herzog, Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Aaron Jackson, Theta Psi (RIT) David H. Jaffee, Alpha (College of Charleston) Tyler Johansson, Chi (Stetson) Sam Martorella, Theta Tau (High Point) Andrew D. McCarthy, Beta Epsilon (Missouri) Cassidy Moore, Beta Nu (Houston) Denise Nelson Kevin Ohaver, Omega (Purdue) Matt Osorio, Zeta Chi (Albright) Drayton T. Perkins, Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Shane C. Pruitt, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Shawn Rabourn, Epsilon Lambda (South Carolina-Upstate) Ben Roman, Eta Chi (TCU) Chase Rumley, Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Chris & Bonny Shade, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Patrick Smith, Gamma Tau (North Texas)

“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.

David J. Sullivan, Beta Lambda (Tampa) Thomas G. Sullivan, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Gregory P. Swierzewski, Iota Epsilon (Susquehanna) David Vawter, Alpha Zeta (Oregon 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) Joseph B. Yount III, Beta Upsilon (Virginia)

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PI KAPPA PHI REVOLUTIONIZES MEMBER EDUCATION

Philanthropy: $2,500-$4,999

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.

1995

Nick Atzenbeck, Iota Kappa (Northern Colorado) Michael Bumbry, Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Andrew Carnes, Theta Sigma (Cal State-Long Beach) Ken Forti, Sigma (South Carolina) Tim Gutschlag, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Michael Hartman, Eta Gamma (CU-Boulder) Thomas Horton, Theta Kappa (Baylor) Ben Johns, Eta Chi (Texas Christian) James A. Krucher, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Emerson Linney, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) James Maloney, Beta Eta (Florida State) Nathan C. McDaniel, Eta Rho (Texas 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) Nick Prichodko, Omega (Purdue) Don Slesnick, Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Gregory Snyder II, Xi (Roanoke) Erich Straughn, Sigma (South Carolina) Chris Stringer, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Gabe Villanueva, Theta Delta (Florida International) Joshua Williams, Gamma Tau (North Texas) Cameron T. Woods, Iota Omicron (Iona)

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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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THE FUTURE WE LEAVE WITH YOU

Philanthropy: $1,000-$2,499

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.

2004

Vince Andel, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) John David Babb, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Mr. & Mrs. Grant Batchelor, Theta Psi (RIT) Alan Brevard, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Carrie G. Clifford Michael W. Copeland, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jeff Crane, Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Patrick J. Danehy, Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Steven A. Davis, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Michael P. Debello, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) James B. Edwards, Alpha (College of Charleston) Allison Foster Jeff Fuechec, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) David E. Guerra, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jay Guthrie, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Hans Hansen, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Spencer Haworth, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Bret Heidemann, Eta Gamma (CU-Boulder) Rodney A. Hill, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) 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) Gregory V. Linder, Omega (Purdue) Nick & Pam Linder, Psi (Cornell) Edgar Machado, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jason M. Mills, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Nick Mueller, Chi (Stetson) Bill Newell, Psi (Cornell) Jeremy R. Osborne, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Brian & Lori Pinto, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Pablo Pissanetzky, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Jerry Reed, Delta Omega (Texas A&M)

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.

Kyle Robinson, Gamma Iota (LSU) Mr. & Mrs. Santiago Rodriguez, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Todd Shelton Douglas Campbell Smith, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Scott Thomas, Eta Zeta (Queens) Jason Ukestad, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Vic Valencia, Zeta Rho (Cal State-Fullerton) Jason Weaver, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Andy Westbrook, Alpha (College of Charleston) Rachel Westra Charley Whitlow, Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Bradley T. Wright, Delta Omega (Texas A&M)

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GATEWAY SOCIETY 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 L. Lester Thomas Philip Tappy David Ernest Tidmore Xi (Roanoke) Edward Joseph Bennett Edward Lyons Corson II Reginald Whitten Gravely Jr. Durward Warren Owen Dudley Foster Woody Omicron (Alabama) George Kyser Greene R. Nathan Hightower Travis Porter Julian A.J. Lonnie Strickland III Upsilon (Illinois) Michael A Lowery J. Gunnar Schalin Phillip Stiles Whipple

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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) Albert Eben Luer Michael Leo O’Donnell Mark Edward Timmes Alpha Zeta (Oregon) David Hill Vawter Alpha Eta (Samford) Gerald W. Matthews Alpha Theta (Michigan State) George Winfield Pardee Jr. Alpha Iota (Auburn) Charles Sanford Blackledge Jr. Bogart Scott Reed

Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Mark Edward Perrin Alpha Mu (Penn State) Kevin Keith Murphy Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Kelley Arnold Bergstrom Jeremy Galvin Frank Megran Parrish III Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) Michael Dillard Mynatt Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) Richard Nevin Mensch Alpha Phi (Illinois Tech) Bryan David Schott 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) 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) Kenneth John Cribbs John Bryan Whitley Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Jeffrey Dean Brasie Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Douglas E Barnett Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Walter Hugh Brinkman Glenn Albert Dickson George Fitzhugh 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 (Virginia Tech) Jonathan Argyle Barney Delta Delta (Truman) John Richard Andrews Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Arthur John Quickenton

Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee) James Scott Davidson Cal Chapman Majure Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte) Matthew Steven Brown Michael Jason Grass William Clarence Jackson Jr. Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Craig Lee Anderson John Patrick Babel Kenneth N Kaiser Delta Tau (James Madison) Earle Morse Copp III Delta Chi ( Kansas State) J. Timothy Lindemuth Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington) Mark Franklin Jacobs Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) Steven Talmadge Kirkman Epsilon Kappa (Southern Polytechnic) James Alexander Ransom Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) Matthew Philip Stuart Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) Timothy Edward Haen Benjamin Scott Shae Zeta Alpha (Clemson) Jacob Lawton Carter III Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Alan Patrick Duesterhaus James Halleck Perkins Jr. 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 Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Marcus Mathew Kain Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) John Edward Bezou Jr. John William Langley Theta Delta (Florida International) Christopher Brett Chong Alain David Sanchez Theta Eta (American) Carlos Santiago Ramirez Theta Nu (Delaware) Paul Edward Parker-Thompson Theta Xi (Arizona State) Wayne Royce Unger

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LEADERSHIP FUND Listed here are members and friends who contributed to the Foundation Common Loyalty Leadership Fund in 2015. Donors are listed by chapter with lifetime giving level denoted using the key below.

Lifetime Giving Clubs 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

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Alpha (College of Charleston) Matthew Paul Brown (CHV) Gary Alan Catterton (FC) Adam Scott Cooper (CHV) Andrew Robert Cracker (CHV) Bryn Sean D’Andrea (CSC) Philip S Duwel (EDC) Harry Wyman Freeman Jr. (EDC) William S. Gaud (EDC) Charles Rush Hamrick IV (CHV) George Cleveland Hancock (CSC) Eric Charles Helfers (LC) James Faber Hightower (CSC) David Harold Jaffee (CC) Andrew Carroll Jaffee (EDC) Carl Ragnar Johnson (EDC) Basil Louis Lempesis (EDC) Thomas Lucht (CSC) William Parker Luhn Jr. (GSC) Robert William Marlowe (FC) Brian Joseph Mathias (GSC) Samuel Winfield McConnell Jr. (CC) Terence Neal Moore (FC) Gregory Duncan Padgett (FC) Pete M. Paulatos (EDC) Richard Patrick Pierce (LC) Richard James Raycroft (CSC) Michael Remy Renault (GSC) Gregory Keith Rothman (CSC) William Lee Runyon Jr. (EDC) Robert Edward Sheppard (GSC) Sam Stafford III (FC) Henry Willis Strobel Jr. (EDC) Michael Thomas Tecosky (CSC) Stephen Langton Thomas (LC) Mark Stephen Toliver (GSC) L. Andrew Westbrook III (EDC) Beta (Presbyterian) Walter Eugene Brooker (CSC) David Kelly Dixon (EDC) Andrew Gregory Elam II (FC) Jacob Patrick Foster (CSC) Clifton Carson Goodwin III (LC) Tyler Lee Henson (CHV) Jordan Calhoun Huffstetler (CSC) Clinton Edward Massey (CC) Arthur George Maxwell Jr. (LC) John Frederick Oliver (CSC) John R. Ritter Jr. (GSC) Richard Bacot Stall (CHV) Thomas Harry Stearns (EDC) Thomas Vance Walker (CHV) Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Corey Alan Babarovich (GSC) Todd James Dipaola (CC) David Wayne Halligan (GSC) James Pelton Kinlock (EDC) Clayton Edward Mitchell Jr. (EDC) Lawrence Julian Olson (EDC) Robert David O’Malley (GSC) Paul Herman Pause (GSC) Steven Scott Ryder (FC) Christian Thomas Santiago (CSC) Juan Manuel Serrano (GSC) Frank Allen Winton Jr. (EDC) Mark Augustus Wolfsheimer (CSC) Delta (Furman) Eric Julian Ahlstrand (CSC) Scott Alan Davis (CSC)

Christopher Robert Hardt (GSC) Peter John Manning (FC) James G. Mattos (CHV) Matthew Thomas Powell (CSC) Sigma (South Carolina) Mark Adamson (GSC) Albert John Appleby III (EDC) Jerry Thomas Brewer (OB) Paul Daniel Carter Jr. (CC) Earl Edwin Cashon Jr. (GSC) Patrick Aulton Chisum (GSC) Harvey Todd Davis (CSC) David Lamont Jones (CSC) Richard Calvin Mims (EDC) Peter J. Moffatt (CSC) Robert Andrew Montgomery (EDC) Ryan Gregory Padgett (GSC) Wright Tomberlin Paulk Jr. (GSC) Danny John Petri (CSC) Walter Hays Pickens III (GSC) Walter Hays Pickens Jr. (CC) William Sheldon Reynolds III (GSC) Danny Wayne Reynolds (CC) Stephen Mayes Rhodes (CHV) Erich Garland Straughn (CHV) Epsilon (Davidson) Wilson Seibert Hendry (GSC) Harold Barker Kernodle Jr. (EDC) John Cale Lennon Jr. (CSC) Louis Michael Palles Jr. (GSC) Joseph Henry Johnson Vernon (CHV) Philip Connor Winstead (EDC) Zeta (Wofford) James Hampton Belcher (LC) Mark O’Neill Bundy (FC) Ayrton Mauricio Menjivar (CSC) Stephen Christopher Moore (CSC) Thomas Pamor Palmer (EDC) Clarence Chrisman Riner III (CHV) Austin Reid Scircle (CSC) Edmund Jackson Scott (CHV) Ian David Telford (CSC) Eta (Emory) Kenneth Calvert Kiehl (EDC) Charles Battle Lewis Jr. (CSC) John Charles Nix Jr. (FC) Theta (Cincinnati) Bradley Taylor Armstrong (CSC) Alexander David Bosse (CSC) Joseph Scott Brueggemeyer (CSC) Zachary Paul Deutscher (CSC) Aren DeVante Johnson (CSC) Benjamin Douglas Molony (CSC) Ryan Michael Stroup (CSC) Iota (Georgia Tech) Larry Lamar Baxley (CSC) Ronald Anthony Bergeron (CHV) Mark Alan Boxer (GSC) Brian Matthew Brady (CHV) David Avery Cargle (CSC) Michael Vincent Cowan (FC) Robert Allen DeFurio (EDC) James Benjamin Dewberry (CSC) Terry and Sharon Dewsberry (OB) Shawn Daniel Doughtie (GSC) Christopher Edward Doyle (EDC) John Darrel Englehardt (GSC) Donald N Fischer (CHV) Tyler Samuel Gee (CSC)

Stephen George Hatzikoutelis (CSC) Zachary Cheshire Hussin (CSC) Alan A. Imm (FC) Russell Read Johnson (GSC) Thomas Lowndes Jr. (LC) Robert Thomas Lowrance (GSC) Frederick A. Massey Sr. (GSC) Robert Terry McCrory (CSC) Jason Jeremy Menko (CSC) Robert Craig Murray Jr. (LC) Monteiro Harris Nelson III (CHV) Charles Phillips Nichols (CHV) Michael Ross Niehoff (CSC) Robert Alan Parrish (FC) Parker Holmes Petit (S&L) James Garrison Pritchett Jr. (FC) Fen Rhodes (GSC) Gregory Alan Riley (CSC) George Vernon Rouse (GSC) Robert Brian Rowe (LC) Dean Wall Russell (GSC) Samuel James Shepherd (CSC) Kevin Wayne Sparger Jr. (CSC) Bruce Crane Vanderhoof (EDC) Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) Benjamin Franklin Ball Jr. (GSC) Peter Edmund Berg (GSC) George Williams Braun (EDC) James Michael Collins (EDC) Frederick Vernon Coville (EDC) Jimmy Darrell Gambill (CSC) Nicholas Michael Gregor (CSC) Woodrow Wilson Gunter II (EDC) Marvin Spencer Hackney (FC) Bradley Stephen Hanover (GSC) William Stuart Hicks (OB) Elijah John Hile (CSC) Richard K. Holzworth (EDC) Clifton McRae Hux Jr. (EDC) James Bryan Little Jr. (EDC) Harry Howard Montgomery Jr. (CSC) Timothy Edward Newman (GSC) Mark Eric Prillaman (CSC) William Jasper Ramsey (CSC) John Agrippa Redhead (GSC) Benjamin Joel Roberts (GSC) William Keith Rollins (CC) Wayne Nelson Scott (LC) Edgar Franklin Seagle (CHV) Phillip Anthony Sparrow (CSC) Benjamin Maxwell Thompson (CSC) Alexander Spyros Vallianos (CSC) James Michael Wilmott (EDC) Charles Baxter Winn III (GSC) Mark Howell Winston (EDC) Blake Ashland Zanardi (CSC) Lambda (Georgia) Philip Robert Allison (GSC) Thomas Julian Campbell (GSC) William Thomas Cantrell (GSC) Edward Burton Claxton (CHV) Wallace Stephen Drage (CSC) Ernest Eugene Guilliams III (CHV) McHenry Hamilton III (LC) Mark Andrew Harp (GSC) William James Harp Jr. (EDC) Thomas Hanson Howell III (CSC) Leroy Langston (EDC) Matt Mechling (CSC) Jason Lewis O’Rouke (CSC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Henry Thomas Rogers Jr. (CHV) Cecil Randolph Spooner Jr. (GSC) Phil Tappy (CC) George Michael Thompson (CHV) John Franklin Tolson Jr. (CHV) Charles Killian Wagner Jr. (EDC) Mu (Duke) Sid Eugene Atkinson (GSC) Matthew B. Crist (CSC) Anders William Hall (CC) Joseph Braun Kloecker Jr. (CSC) Heath Lance Marcus (EDC) T. Benjamin Massey (EDC) Christopher Philip Moore (GSC) Charles Terry Munson (GSC) Stephen Julius Schnurr Jr. (GSC) James Gordon Smith (EDC) Brian Edward Swab (EDC) Frank Thomas Wrenn III (CC) Frank Thomas Wrenn Jr. (CHV) Nu (Nebraska) Edward Joseph Bierl (GSC) James Stanton Christol (LC) Warren Ray Hill (EDC) Von Allendale Innes (CSC) Tyson Scott Johnson (CSC) Joshua Scott Kenney (CSC) Thomas Campbell Miller (EDC) Dennis Emmett O’Brien (CSC) John Clare Stohlmann (CHV) Robert M. Werner (LC) William John Wesslund (EDC) Xi (Roanoke) Robert S. Barber (EDC) Edward Joseph Bennett (FC) Christopher James Besse (CSC) Robert Sidney Bonney Jr. (LC) Paul Breen (GSC) Matthew Ronald Bryant (CSC) Paul Charles Caldwell (LC) Eugene Hildreth Cassell Jr. (CSC) John Robert Churchill (EDC) John Richard Cochran (CSC) Tracey Christopher Cooper (CSC) Edward Lyons Corson II (OB) Joseph Patrick Donohue (LC) David James Doyle (GSC) Mark Douglas Edgell (EDC) Stephen A. Esworthy (FC) Raphael Ellis Ferris (FC) Richard Chambers Flora (CHV) Charles Augustus Freeman (GSC) Robert George Gray (LC) Justin Vance Griggs (CSC) Harry Isaac Johnson Jr. (EDC) Robert William Kavash (CSC) Frederick Michael Klopp (CSC) Albert Ernest Lietzau, V (CHV) Daniel John Ludwig (CSC) Michael Clark McGough (CHV) Richard Joseph Milan Jr. (EDC) Spencer Chase Munro (CSC) Allen Theodore Nelson Jr. (CHV) Cameron Rob Ogilvie (LC) Randall Hall Overby (GSC) Clark Owen Jr. (CSC) Durward Warren Owen (OB) James William Pickens (CSC) James Peter Piedrafite Jr. (GSC)

Matthew Wayne Plasket (GSC) Donald Joseph Potter Jr. (FC) Andrew Joseph Puckett (CSC) Thomas Joseph Rutherford (EDC) Tod Nelson Senne (LC) Carl Beverly Sherertz (EDC) James Sylvester Stump Jr. (FC) Kevin Robert Sullivan (CHV) Ry Harrison Taylor (CSC) James Clinton Turk (FOU) E. Joseph VonCulin (LC) Joshua J. Wolinski (CSC) Allen Oat Woody III (SUP) Dudley Foster Woody (OR) Omicron (Alabama) David Rush Adams (LC) William Thomas Bishop Jr. (LC) Jack Michael Blasius (EDC) Edwin Valdivia Caldwell II (EDC) Joseph Van Carmichael (CSC) Ronald William Case (CSC) John Alban Greaves Jr. (LC) Thomas Brooks Henderson (LC) R. Nathan Hightower (OR) Robert Fredrick Inman (LC) Daniel Clay Lemley (CHV) Mack Ollie Matthews (LC) Bross Kimbrough McDonald Jr. (CSC) William Milton Schroeder (EDC) William Calvin Taylor (LC) Richard S. Taylor (LC) David Christopher Wells (GSC) Rho (Washington & Lee) Richard Gardiner Anderson (CC) Robert Dennis Ballantine (GSC) George Ziadeh Bateh (GSC) Ronald James Brown (CSC) Page deRonde Cranford (CHV) Brian Crowley (CHV) Michael Paul Fitzgerald (CSC) Edwin Porter Garretson Jr. (GSC) Robert Eastwood Glenn (LC) Terrence Lenier McCartin (CHV) John Harold Moore (EDC) Robert Kirk Park II (CSC) James Edwin Roane (GSC) Glenn Allen Scott (GSC) Edwin Webster Shearburn III (CHV) Elias Naudain Simons III (CSC) Malcolm Hart Squires Jr. (EDC) Dade Whitney Thornton II (CSC) Robert Otto Waldbauer Jr. (CHV) John Davol Wallace (EDC) Dederick Conrad Ward III (CHV) Tau (NC State) Donald Bruce Barker (EDC) Jeffrey Harold Davison (CHV) Anthony Lawrence Evans (EDC) Tyler Blake Hull (CSC) Francis Leonidas Joyner Jr. (EDC) Randall Edmon King (LC) Steven Michael Leamon (EDC) Christopher Middleton Myers (EDC) Andrew Dowd Page Jr. (GSC) Jeffrey Michael Roberts (GSC) Edward Russell Thomas II (GSC) W. Scott Troutman (GSC) Upsilon (Illinois) Jack Joseph Bakker (EDC)

James Manuel Bayne (FC) Gary Michael Behrens (CHV) David Bein (GSC) Robert John Bogdanoff (EDC) Terry Richard Burke (CSC) David William Devinger (CSC) Daniel Gregory French (EDC) James Thomas Johnson (CHV) James Ken Kutill (EDC) Eric J. Langenfeld (CSC) Chris Alan Masin (CSC) Joseph Francis Peabody (CSC) Daniel Mack Perlin (CSC) John Gerard Pesavento (CHV) Anthony R. Saccomano (CHV) J. Gunnar Schalin (OB) John Wilson Shustitzky (EDC) John Robert Stroehlein (LC) Stephen D. Trahey (EDC) Walter Timothy Wahlfeldt (FC) Sean B.T. Williams (CSC) Chi (Stetson) Anthony Amadeo Biancarosa II (EDC) Edwin Haupt Culver (LC) J. Patrick Figley (OB) Gabriel L. Gehret (EDC) Peter William Hogue (CHV) Tyler Stefan Johansson (GSC) Edgar Charles Jones Jr. (EDC) John-Michael Edmond Lenahan (GSC) Angelito Inocencio Nepomuceno (CSC) Bruce Layton Rogers (S&L) Matt Gordon Smith (GSC) John King Snellings (LC) Michael Joseph Sweeney Jr. (CC) Don Earl Walden (GSC) Thomas Manliff Wrenn (GSC) Psi (Cornell) Samuel Charles Alessi Jr. (EDC) John Henry Angus (FC) John K. Beresny (GSC) Michael Patrick Carpenter Jr. (GSC) Gregory J. Della Rocca (FC) James Edward Emig (FC) Gary Robert Fisher (EDC) George Franklin Heinrich (CC) John S. & Peggy L. Kirk (FOU) Robert Ernest Kochli (CSC) William Fay Newell (CC) Paul Anthony Pietropaolo (CSC) Michael John Piscitelli (LC) Stanley Henry Pogroszewski (CHV) David Dorr Prescott (LC) Frank Alexei Sherer (LC) Bruce Douglas Spear (GSC) Harold Eugene Sweeney Jr. (GSC) Lawrence George Thayer (EDC) Erwin Arnold Tschanz (GSC) Omega (Purdue) Thomas Clinton Barclay (CSC) James Robert Berlien (EDC) Jack K. Berlien (FC) Scott Andrew Carder (CHV) David Ray Davis (GSC) David R. Davis (GSC) Mark Vincent DeFabis (CSC) Charles Dulic (CSC) Hugh Michael Flanagan (LC) Brent Allan Grunig (CSC)

John Frederick Gumpper (CSC) Robert Craig Hall (CSC) Bruce Robert Halley (GSC) Thomas William Harzula Jr. (EDC) Hilton Bruce Henry (GSC) Stephen Michael Holtsclaw (EDC) Zachary Arthur Isbell (EDC) James Dwight Jackson (EDC) David Lee Johnson (CSC) Kevin Eugene Johnson (GSC) Patrick John Kuhnle (FC) David Girdon Lane (OR) Mark Douglas Laurent (CSC) Ronald Lee Lema (CSC) Gregory Vincent Linder (CC) Glenn Richard Manich (CSC) Eldon Dean Marks (GSC) John Edwin McDonald (FC) Mark Randall Megraw (CHV) Jack Wesley Powers (FC) Alexander Michael Prichodko (CSC) Nicholas Peter Prichodko (CHV) Robert Allen Rust (EDC) Halbert Calvin Smith Jr. (GSC) Todd Brian Spaulding (CHV) David A. Sterenfeld (CSC) Robert Dale Theobald (CSC) Dennis A. Trescott (EDC) Edward Merle Vana (GSC) Michael A. Vasil (CSC) Marc Alain Zubeck (CSC) Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Benjamin Barkley Bush (LC) Douglas B. Clendaniel (EDC) Lee Wendell Folsom (CSC) Alfred Joel Greene (CHV) Jeffrey Maynard Leetun (CSC) Hollis Clinton Lewis Jr. (CHV) Thomas Lowndes III (LC) Charles Robert Melton (EDC) Drayton Thomas Perkins (EDC) Andrew Dona Roy (CSC) Stephen Elliott Tillman (CSC) Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Taylor Wade Cochran (CSC) Michael Tommey Dean (GSC) Dalton Hayes Guthery (CSC) Tripp Hall (FC) Jay Kevin Morris (FC) Shane Colby Pruitt (CSC) J. Dylan Romo (EDC) Francis William Scichowski Jr. (GSC) Stephen Drew Sloan (CSC) Miles Frederick Symonds (CSC) Kyle Michael Thomas (CSC) Alpha Delta (Washington) Ross Alan Benthien (CHV) Anonymous (EDC) Manuel Dominic Esteban (CHV) Matthew Anthony Fidgeon (CSC) Stanley Joseph Gratis (EDC) John Richard Pedersen (GSC) Brian Peter Walker (LC) Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Peter Clairmonte Barr (FOU) Bernard Alan Barton Jr. (EDC) John Lavin Broe (GSC) Robert Norris Brooks (CSC) Russell Albert Burgess (CHV)

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James Franklin House (OB) Jack Raymond McDonald (CC) 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) Cody Allen Bascom (CSC) Charles W. Bovay (GSC) Colin Thomas Brannagan (CSC) Frank William Brutt (CHV) Cody Lee Budzyn (CSC) William Michael Cleary (LC) Brian Robert Connelly (EDC) Wallace M. DeMaagd (EDC) Adam Francis Doody (CSC) Robert Alwood Ellis (EDC) Curtis Ward Estes Jr. (GSC) Eric B. Knutson (CSC) Eivind Jacob Kolemainen (EDC) Steven D. Lambouris (CSC) Paul Allen Long (LC) Thomas Harold Marra (CHV) Zachary K. Maskin (CSC) Roger Wayne Nelson (GSC) Brian Thaddeus Prylon (CSC) Ian Michael Rowan (CSC) Matthew John Shaheen (LC) Vincent William Tancredi (CSC) Donald Earl Viecelli (EDC) Gerald Frank Wajda (GSC) Alpha Iota (Auburn) Guy Houston Alley (CSC) Charles Sanford Blackledge Jr. (GSC) Frank Wilkins Carrol (GSC) John Oswald Christiansen Jr. (GSC) William Scott Finney (LC) Joe Wallace Forehand Jr. (OR) Ralph Shell Foster Jr. (FC) Charles Earley Gavin III (OB) Tommy K. Hartwell (FC) Zachary Steven Jarrett (CSC) J. Ernest Johnson (FOU) William Burns Lollar Jr. (GSC) Fontaine Alexander Maddox Jr. (FC) Brian Patrick Matisak (CHV) William Christopher Parsons (CSC) Gary Murray Patterson (GSC) Lawrence Corbell Pharo Jr. (EDC) Alan Scott Reams (GSC) Bogart Scott Reed (EDC) Louis Allan Reynolds Jr. (LC) John Robert Richey (EDC) David Gill Scott (GSC) Brian Winfield Thompson (CSC) Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Mark Edward Perrin (LC) Jason Robert Prickett (EDC) Patrick Michael Walsh (FC) Alpha Lambda (Ole Miss) Austin McKay Dean (CSC) Terrius Damonte Harris (CSC) Bradley James Pfranger (CSC) John Michael Schmidt (CSC) Justin Kyle Tanner (CSC) Owen Knox Williamson (CSC)

Alpha Mu (Penn State) Robert William Boyd (CHV) Richard W. Brown Jr. (EDC) Kyle J. Heffner (CSC) Richard Clyde Heim (LC) Nelson Edward Mattern (CHV) Richard Francis McKnight (EDC) Scott DeYoung Myers (EDC) Ray Earl Plymyer (CSC) Maurice Paul Ranc Jr. (EDC) Alpha Nu (Ohio State) James Robert O’Neill (CSC) Kenneth Neil Triplett (CSC) Alpha Xi (St. John’s) Albert Aiello Jr. (EDC) Paul Walker Dillon (GSC) Lee B. Fatell (CHV) Richard F. Groller (EDC) Daniel P. Gross (CHV) Thomas Andrew Healy (CSC) Gerald Carl Holst (CSC) Denis George Klisz (CHV) Andrew Lazzaro (CHV) Michael Jay Levinton (CHV) John Joseph Molinelli (LC) Richard G. Ramge (EDC) Harry Francis Roener (EDC) Siegfried A. Rotter (EDC) Roy Douglas Sarcona (CSC) Daniel Jonathan Wall (CSC) Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Eric James Almquist (OB) John & Kate Andrews (GSC) Brian D. Barringer (EDC) John Robert Bateman (LC) Steven Charles Beaumont (CSC) Kelley & Joan Bergstrom (S&L) John Charles Brockmann (CC) Delmar Eugene Burkett (EDC) Joshua James Carper (CSC) James Robert Carson (LC) William Willis Chmelar (EDC) Dale Melvin Cochran (EDC) Edward E. Cowger (CHV) Barry Lee Croucher (GSC) Jeremy Duane Dickinson (LC) Ryan Arthur Foerstel (CSC) Jeremy Galvin (CC) Karl Wendell Griffith (CHV) David Lyle Hancock (EDC) Terry Eugene Henricksen (GSC) Trae Michael Hestness (CSC) Kenneth Ray Hook (LC) Benjamin Robert Jones (EDC) Jeremy David Katt (EDC) Claire Reed Kelley (CSC) David J. Knavel (LC) Robert Anderson Lane (FOU) Hubert Mortimer Lattan (FC) Mitchell Edward Leestma (GSC) Jay Douglas Lettow (CSC) Emerson Dawson Linney (FC) David Kevin Little (GSC) Gerald Dean Love (LC) Warren Ross Madden (CC) James Burton Moon (FC) Richard Carl Ohrt (LC) Frank Megran Parrish III (FOU) Daryl Allen Pleggenkuhle (CSC)

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David Oscar Charland (FC) James Michael Dallas (EDC) Eric Brian Dana (EDC) Allan E Doyle (CSC) Paul Stewart Enrico (LC) Thomas Michael Fitzgerald (LC) Hugh Arthur Gower (FC) Ira Timothy Hancock (CC) David William Henn (CC) Christopher Graham Hill (CSC) Michael P. Hill (CC) Timothy Evan Horvath (CSC) David Jay Isaacs (CSC) Thomas Elliott Johnson (GSC) Barry Charles Junnier (CHV) William Peter Keyes (LC) John Pyram King Jr. (CSC) Elio J. Loi (EDC) Lucas Lorenzo Lopez (CSC) Daniel Anthony Martinez (FC) Carlos Martinez (FC) William Randall McCall Jr. (GSC) Robert Scott McKinney (CHV) Robert Wallace McMullen II (CC) Robert Bruce Newman (OB) Michael Leo O’Donnell (CC) James Patrick O’Donnell (CC) Roy Traville Olsen (EDC) Salvatore Christen Palermo (CSC) Robert John Paterno (OB) Kenneth Arthur Perkins (GSC) Robert James Perry Jr. (CSC) Charles Robert Rigl (LC) Robert Norman Scott (EDC) William Henry Seaver (GSC) Glenn Allen Shapiro (GSC) Arthur Bryon Stackpole Sr. (GSC) Charles Alden Stewart (LC) Stuart Churchwell Stockton (EDC) Michael Lawrence Sullivan (CC) Mark Hans Thurn (CC) Robert Barclay Timberlake (CC) Mark Edward Timmes (CC) Jeff & Kris Wahlen (OB) Gordon Bryant Zellers III (CHV) Alpha Zeta (Oregon State) Robert Edwin Calkins (CHV) See Ming Chen (CSC) Stuart Richard Didtel (CSC) Robert John Elfers (FC) Jacob Daniel Hall (CSC) William Charles Holste (CSC) Gary Stephen Munn (LC) Gregory Leon Nesbitt (LC) Robert Warren Reeves (CSC) Raymond Carey Terhune (LC) Roger Allen Turner (EDC) Edward Franklin VanZandt (GSC) David Hill Vawter (FC) Alpha Eta (Samford) Michael Larry Anthony (CSC) David Torrence Corey (LC) Jeffrey Steven Darnell (GSC) William Warren Dixon Jr. (EDC) Harold Edwin Dowda Jr (CSC) Terry Levi Dunagan (CSC) William McDonald Ford (LC) Robert Ethridge Greene (GSC) Timothy Scott Hebson (CC) Warren Wesley Hilson Sr. (CC)

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Ralph Herman Ruedy (EDC) Thomas Joseph Ruzicka (FC) Schuyler Jay Sampson (CSC) Matthew Michael Schlicksup (CSC) Lawrence Mark Stella (LC) Christopher Blake Thomson (CSC) Matthew Dennis Thornburg (GSC) Brett Jon Toresdahl (FC) Jose L. Torres (EDC) John Jolly Veak (EDC) Corey Christian Weeklund (CSC) Alpha Rho (West Virginia) Thomas Joseph Begley (EDC) Victor A. Folio (FC) Jason Richard Hyett (CSC) Richard C LaGala (CSC) Robert Jesse Laughner (EDC) Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) George Albert Anderson (CSC) Thomas Henry Banks (LC) James Neal Campbell Jr. (CHV) James Taylor Cogdill (LC) Claude S. Harvey III (GSC) Frank Martin Pugh (EDC) Alfred Sim Sewell Jr. (FC) William T. Sigmon (OR) David Brent Spalding (GSC) James Riley VanFrank Jr. (EDC) Alpha Tau (RPI) Jose Guillermo Castro (CHV) David B. Dobson (LC) David Dropkin (GSC) Cedric Herbert Dustin III (LC) Robert Edson Hawkins (LC) George Wesley Kirkland Jr. (LC) John Baptist Margenot Jr. (GSC) John William McMahon (LC) George Gordon Morgan Jr. (GSC) Erik Bjornson Nagel (GSC) David Mark Peter (EDC) Larry Jay Powell (FC) Gary Roger Rapp (CHV) James Frederick Rappolt Jr. (GSC) Edward Rebula (EDC) David Philip Rubenstein (CHV) Robert Anthony Simeone (CSC) Stephen S. Strunck (LC) Paul R Turgeon (EDC) Kevin Jon Walter (CSC) Gordon Barnes Wright (OB) Harry J. Zimmer (EDC) Ronald Joseph Zlatoper (CC) Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) Robert Douglas Austin (EDC) Thomas E. Berk (OR) Barry George Campbell (FC) William Peter Carey (CSC) Frederic Tomlinson Clarke Jr. (CHV) Samuel John Costa Jr. (LC) Wyn Vaughn Davies (CHV) Joseph Russell Deluca (EDC) Peter A. Dey (CSC) Leonard John Di Carlo (FC) Walter Lloyd Fawcett Jr. (CHV) Daniel J. Ginsberg (EDC) Paul and Marge Gross (EDC) Bill Joseph Grubert Jr. (CSC) Richard Irving Hart Jr. (CSC) Duane Joseph Hartline (CSC)

Alan David Henderson (EDC) Michael Thomas Imms (CSC) Andrew John Kegel Jr. (CHV) John Daniel Knoll Jr. (LC) Michael Francis Lorenzo (CSC) John N. Marshall (EDC) Edwin C. Neuman (GSC) Anthony Mario Noce (FC) Samuel Ralph Parris (GSC) John R. Pritts (CSC) John Kelso Richter (CSC) Donald Lester Schey (GSC) Robert Joseph Schoenberger (GSC) Ludwig K. Seith Jr. (CSC) Walter Keith Sheppard (CC) William Karl Stees (EDC) Darren James Tapp (EDC) Frederic Stanton Woerth (GSC) Alpha Phi (Illinois Inst. Of Tech.) Edward Warden Bisone (GSC) Christopher John Blanchette (GSC) Ronald George Douglas (GSC) Allen John Friedrich (CSC) Nathanael Paul Gombis (FC) Richard William Hughes (EDC) Matthew Eric Hunt (LC) James Martin Kelly (LC) Edward William King (GSC) Gregory James Kolb (CHV) Martin Thomas Kotsch (FC) Roger Lyman Peterson (EDC) Kenneth James Peterson (FC) Jack Richard Piper (GSC) Charles Harvey Small (CHV) Richard Dale Thompson II (GSC) Alpha Chi (Miami) Michael Conrad Jacobs (CSC) Brandon Mitchell (CSC) Alpha Psi (Indiana) Brent Douglas Anderson (CSC) Brett Edward Baltz (CHV) David Anson Bibler (CC) James Robert Crews Jr. (LC) William Durbin Day Jr. (EDC) Max Allen Fawley (LC) Rodney Len Gunning (FC) James Patrick Halsey (GSC) Gary Scott Louderback Jr. (EDC) Brian Coleman McDonald (CSC) Kevin Lee McDonald (EDC) Scott A. Miller (CSC) Heath Michael Osburn (EDC) William Thomas Richardson (CSC) Dennis Eric Rose (GSC) James Roderick Ruckriegle (GSC) Jefferson Scott Shreve (OB) T.J. Sullivan (CC) Kenneth James Szymanski (EDC) Fred Falconer Thursfield (EDC) Todd Andrew Waldman (GSC) Alpha Omega (Oregon) William Mark Desmond (CSC) Andrew Taylor Holmes (CSC) Sherman Willis Holmes (GSC) Christopher Tobey Jones (CSC) Donald Dale Lasselle (EDC) Gilbert Bruce Lissy (GSC) Stanley Clark Lynch (LC) Robert Donald Potts (GSC)

Frederick L Streimer (EDC) Ryan Lee Stueber (CSC) Chase Lee Stueber (CSC) Justin Amin Tavaf (CSC) Tyson Beau Wooters (CHV) Beta Alpha (NJIT) Frederick Becker Jr. (LC) Edward Leonard Benz Jr. (CSC) Anthony Castillo (CHV) Russell Andrew Chomiak (CHV) Richard Victor Comiso (EDC) Louis William Crompton Jr. (GSC) Stephen P. DePalma (OR) Patrick Guerra (LC) George Robert Hospodar (CHV) Scott Andrew Jolliffe (CHV) Henry P. Karnas Jr. (CHV) 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) John Francis Lee Jr. (CC) Donald Charles Linske (EDC) Anthony Vincent Mangone (CHV) Louis Robert Miceli (EDC) Richard Nass (CHV) Richard Pedersen (FC) John E. Pugliesi (FC) Richard John Rodrick (EDC) Richard Henry Stephan (GSC) John Stanley Urban (CSC) Francis Joseph Wood (GSC) Beta Beta (Florida Southern) Tyler Cain Benthal (CSC) Donald Perry Brown (EDC) Larry Walter Carter (FC) Nicholas Michael Fineo (CSC) Stephen Robert Hemman (CHV) Carl Michael Koch (FC) Douglas Warren MacGregor (GSC) Michael Roy McKinley (CSC) David Leon Robertson (FC) Robert Maxwell Weitzner (EDC) Beta Gamma (Louisville) Edward M. Barrall II (CSC) James Bryce Grissom (EDC) Spencer Earl Harper Jr. (CC) James Alfred Koshewa (GSC) Beta Delta (Drake) Robert Albert Cione (CC) Paul Howard Gilman (EDC) Mr. & Mrs. James D. Hornbrook (CC) James Labiak (CHV) Robert Morgan Moody (FC) Richard S. Paul (CSC) Kenneth Joseph Piller (EDC) Martin Rudolph Radtke (CHV) Ronald Neil Raskin (EDC) Norris Dean Rowland (EDC) James Lee Rutherford (EDC) Bruce Norman Swanson (CHV) Seejo Kora Valacheril (CSC) Beta Epsilon (Missouri) Bradley Allen Barondeau (EDC) George Leo Deutschmann (CHV) David Michael Epperson (GSC)

Albert Joseph Friedhoff (CSC) Gregory Scott Gunn (GSC) Richard Michael Hinds (GSC) John D. Landwehr (CHV) Andrew Dennis McCarthy (LC) Willitt S. Pierce (CHV) Walter Taylor Richards (EDC) Jay Joseph Stuckel (CC) Laurence Gregory Trudell (EDC) Michael Scott Wallace (EDC) Beta Eta (Florida State) Christopher Michael Anderson (CHV) Marshall Lanier Atkinson (CSC) Thomas Hayes Atwood (CC) Kenneth Lamar Beauchamp (GSC) Geoffrey Griffith Bowles (CSC) Charles Robert Cutajar (LC) Hugo H. De Beaubien (GSC) Maurice Phillip Deyoung (CSC) A. Reginald Dickey Jr. (EDC) Fred DiUlus Jr. (GSC) Christian J. Downs (EDC) Gilbert Gerald Fernandez (LC) Adam John Fox (CHV) Leo Tyrus Gregory (CSC) Johnny Walker Guy (CSC) Jeffrey M. Holler (EDC) Guy William Hollingsworth (EDC) Frank Nathaniel Kaney (LC) Charles Allen Krblich (LC) Curtis Long (CSC) Steven Jay Louchheim (GSC) Michael Scott Loy (LC) Richard Conrad Lukas (CHV) James Philip Maloney (CHV) Wallace Winfred Malphrus (CSC) Howard Earl McCall Jr. (FC) Harry K. McIntosh Jr. (GSC) Charles Bradley Middleton (CHV) Christopher David New (EDC) James Boykin Newman (EDC) Paul Leroy Nichols III (LC) William Jeffrey Niedenthal (CC) Michael George O’dair (CHV) David Victor Pavesic (CSC) Walter Joseph Rothenbach Jr. (CHV) Frank Maynard Ryll Jr. (EDC) James Y. Scarboro (GSC) Norman David Stoddard (GSC) John-Frazier Strickland (CSC) Durwood Lawrence Thompson Jr. (CHV) William A. Tillman (CSC) Derby Leonel Ulloa (CHV) Eric Sinclair Wahlen (FC) Beta Theta (Arizona) Charles Edmund DeLeuw Jr. (GSC) Jake Craig Henderson (LC) Beta Iota (Toledo) Edward Bachmeyer Jr. (CHV) Christopher Edward Barton (EDC) Lucas Mark Blazejewski (CSC) Robert D. Conley (EDC) Casey Joseph Cornelius (CHV) Joseph Thomas Donovan (CSC) Jacob Steven Drees (CSC) Gerald Kelvin Dunaway (EDC) Robert Charles Friess (CC) George Howard Hershman (GSC) Andrew Hayden Oberle (CSC)

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Nicholas Gretka (CSC) Cullen Michael Hale (CSC) Spencer Kyle Haworth (CHV) Brian Richard Hodare (CSC) Nicholas Alan Kechkaylo (CSC) Kevin Patrick Kelly (GSC) Eric Joseph Kierszkowski (CSC) Wayne Alan Lacy (CSC) Basil John Lyberg (LC) Ryan Andrew Maurer (CSC) David W. McCatty (CSC) Shawne Matthew McCoy (CHV) Ryan Frank Millington (CSC) Joseph Johnathon Moore (CSC) Bradley Jason Mumford (CSC) Richard Allen Osborne (CSC) Jeremy Richard Osborne (CSC) Alex Joseph Pipitone (CSC) Andrew T. Priestap (CSC) Kevin James Primeau (CSC) Erick Shane Ray (EDC) Isaac Aaron Rowls (CSC) Michael Richard Spagnoli (CSC) Derick James Steinard (CSC) Thomas John Sullivan (CSC) Timothy David Szczesniak (CSC) Nicholas Allan Trausch (CSC) Jason David Uppleger (CSC) Trevor James Waslawski (CSC) Brandon B. Wehner (CSC) Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) William Middleton Adams (CSC) Michael J. Allain (CSC) Steven John Austin (CSC) Sean Mikeal Austin (CSC) Cody William Bourque (CSC) Nicholas Steven Breaux (CSC) Wesley Long Breeden (LC) Stanley Martin Brouillette (CSC) Manton Wayne Capers (CSC) Rodney Lee Clements (CSC) Zackery Maxwell Cockerham (CSC) Shayne Earl Creppel (CHV) Michael Rowland Dailey (CSC) William Michael Devall (CSC) Lloyd George Etheredge Jr. (CSC) David Nathan Johnson (CSC) Mark Johnson (CSC) Joseph Anthony Kliebert (CSC) Daniel Joseph Klucznik (CSC) William Lane Luckie (EDC) Thomas Alexander Marlbrough (CSC) Jack Parnell McCain Jr. (EDC) David Dwight Morgan Sr. (S&L) John Gilbert Oden (CHV) Alan Charles Pasch (CSC) Christopher Michael Rajewski (CSC) Dalton Anthony Randolph (CSC) Monte Wayne Robinson (CHV) Jason Paul Stelly (CSC) Beta Pi (Eastern Michigan) Robert O. Schreer (CSC) Beta Rho (Clarkson) John Francis Kruse (CHV) Beta Sigma (Northern Illinois) Robert Edwin Berry (CHV) Ronald Lewis Giles (CHV) Brian Nicholas Kempf (CSC) Daniel Joseph Melchin (CSC)

Beta Tau (Valdosta State) Cub Sloan Berrian (CSC) William Frank Coston (CSC) James Michael Dowd (GSC) Dana Thomas Ingram III (CHV) James Allen Leech (CSC) Ted Edward Nelson (EDC) Walker Vincent Settle III (GSC) Charles Carson Waggoner (CSC) Beta Upsilon (Virginia) John Grant Clifford (LC) Leroy Reynolds Hamlett Jr. (EDC) Thomas G. Haudricourt (GSC) John Osborne Hunnicutt III (CSC) Daniel Blaine Kimball Jr. (CC) Pearon G. Lang Jr. (CSC) Peter Philip Martin (EDC) John Daniel McLaughlin Jr. (CHV) Thomas James Minneman (CSC) Stuart Shepherd Moore (EDC) Charles Lovette Nesbit Jr. (LC) George Fitzhugh Shipp (LC) Donald David Slesnick II (LC) Blair Allen Thompson (CHV) Douglas William Varney (CHV) William John Watson III (EDC) Frederick Arthur Williams (CSC) Joseph Byron Yount III (CC) Beta Phi (East Carolina) Dennis Riley Barbour (EDC) James Alexander Britt (CSC) James Preston Carter II (GSC) Hector Emmanuel Gomez (CSC) Robert Monroe Hood (CSC) Blake Alexander Lanier (CSC) Daniel Cole Ray II (CSC) Thomas Charles Sayetta (GSC) Charles Theodore Wohlnick (CSC) Beta Chi (Texas A&M - Commerce) Kenneth Lee Park (LC) Beta Psi (Tennessee Wesleyan) Joseph Thomas Eldridge (CSC) Hugh Minton Queener (EDC) Barry Alan Saunders (EDC) Beta Omega (East Tennessee) John Nicholas Boronkay Jr. (EDC) David Clifford Evans (FC) William Rhodes Mayes Jr. (EDC) Eugene Willard Smith (GSC) Robert George Yackanin (GSC) Ronald Keith Younger (EDC) Gamma Alpha (West Alabama) Joseph L. Alexander (CC) Daniel Lamar Chattom (CSC) Jack Sterling Garnett Jr. (GSC) Jason Payne Jackson (GSC) Seth Campbell Jackson (LC) Brian Jesse Jenrette (CSC) John Douglas Lundeen (CSC) Gamma Beta (Old Dominion) Joel Allen (GSC) Samuel Francis Bryant (CHV) Philip Clarence Davenport Jr. (EDC) Richard George Howard (GSC) William Grady Jenkins (EDC) Ernest Harriman Joy II (CHV) James B. Majka (CSC) Donald Morgan Midgett (EDC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Daryl Duane O’Hair (CSC) Gene Edward Peterman (EDC) Eric Alan Ramlow (CSC) Ethan Mitchell Schwartz (CSC) Matthew Thomas Sutter (CSC) Lance Allen Talmage (CC) Terrance M. Teagarden (CSC) Mark A. Urrutia (EDC) Beta Kappa (Georgia State) Alexander Reece Baker (CSC) John Wiley Barber (EDC) Donald Williams Clark (GSC) David Richard DeMarco (FC) Adam F. DiGiovanni (CSC) Sawyer Philip Drummond (CSC) Walter Larry Harris (CSC) Glenn Jackson Johnson (CHV) Howard Alan Kite (CSC) Gregory Charles Moreland (CSC) Donald Elbert Perkins (EDC) Sachin Sanjay (CSC) 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) Carmelo LoMonaco (CSC) David John Sullivan (LC) Joseph J Wessel (GSC) Beta Mu (McNeese State) C. Mitchell Adrian (FC) Brandon Joshua Bateman (CSC) Justin Michael Breaux (CSC) Christopher Drew Claudel (CHV) Paul Eric Cox (CHV) Douglas Aaron Davis (CSC) Joseph Patrick DeBartola III (CSC) Anthony Joseph Duhon (CSC) Austin Paul Dupre (CSC) Blake Austin Frye (CSC) Philip Wayne Luckie (CSC) Edwin Martin Potratz II (EDC) Morgan Dakota Smith (CSC) Richard Bruce Smith (FC) Beta Nu (Houston) Michael James Brooks (CSC) Gabriel Chapa (CSC) David Scott Dalton (CHV) Joseph Hykle (CSC) Jacob Mitchell Levy (CSC) Cassidy Steven Moore (CSC) Johnny Moreno Jr. (CSC) Elias Muniz (CSC) Timothy Huy Nguyen (CSC) Kenneth Anh-Quang Nguyen (CSC) Jarrod Collin Portelance (EDC) Beta Xi (Central Michigan) David Ryan Barberi (CSC) Ryan Thomas Barr (CSC) Derek John Berger (EDC) David A. Bernhardt (CSC) Jared Virgil Burkhart (CSC) Christopher Richard Cole (CSC) Dale Robert DeWaard (EDC) Matthew Thomas Eilers (CHV) Kyle Philip Field (CSC)


David Osborn Posey (CHV) David Simas (LC) Joseph Collins Van Cleve III (EDC) G. Thomas White (EDC) Gamma Gamma (Troy) Michael Thomas Bunn (CHV) John F Butler (CHV) James Norwood Clayton (EDC) Benjamin David Fincher (CSC) Jason Freeman Jones (CSC) Steven Karl Shamburger (CHV) Laurence Scott Turrin (LC) William Carlton Waters (CSC) Gamma Delta (Memphis) Herbert Winfield Blow (EDC) Thomas Lee Carter (OB) Howard Kim Hunter (CHV) Mathew Wilson Lipscomb III (FC) Thomas Francis Lynch (GSC) Shawn Emerson Massey (CSC) James David Siebert (CHV) Gamma Epsilon (Western Carolina) Phillip Keith Cates (GSC) Marvin Davis Cope (LC) Robert Wilson Gibson (CSC) Larry Young Ramsey (CHV) Stephen Lee Stafford (CHV) William Franklin Willis (LC) Gamma Zeta (West Virginia Tech) Irvin Wilson Butt Jr (CSC) Clifton Albert Smith (EDC) Gamma Eta (Athens) Lee Andrew Lemsky (CHV) Gamma Theta (UNC - Wilmington) James Hopkins Farlow (EDC) Leonard Haywood Harris (GSC) Gary Wesley Huggins (CSC) Jon Randell Hughes (CSC) William Denny McCaughan Jr. (GSC) Henry Cicero Merritt Jr. (GSC) Richard Holland Powell Jr. (CHV) Gamma Iota (LSU) Daniel Mark Abraham Jr. (CSC) Geoffrey Raymond Beatty (EDC) Samuel Louis Bonnie (CSC) Paul Andre Chenevert (EDC) Nicholas James Geisler (CSC) James Gray Goudeau (CSC) Edward Brennen Hamilton (CSC) Walter Johannes Johnson III (CSC) Blake O’Brien Lundin (CSC) Merlin Jacob Ohler Jr. (CSC) Jaques Anton Petit (CSC) Justin Joseph Poole (CSC) Michael Glenn Porche (EDC) Kyle Tanner Robinson (LC) Blaine Henry Tatje (CSC) Patrick Henry Yancey Jr. (CSC) Christian Thomas Zuvich (CSC) Gamma Kappa (Georgia Southern) Andrew Glenn Aspinwall (OB) Roland Martin Berry (EDC) Thomas Edward Camp IV (LC) Lee William Davis (EDC) Douglas Harold Lambert (CHV) Kelly C. Penn (CHV) Jeffrey Bryan Thomason (CSC) Christopher Arthur Wagner (EDC)

Fred Bradford Wilson Jr. (CSC) Gamma Lambda (Missouri S&T) Jacob Patrick Morris (CSC) Gamma Mu (Belmont Abbey) Bolivar D. Green (CHV) Guy Anthony Piche (GSC) Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Timothy Henry Barnes (CSC) Garrett Alan Bennett (CSC) Nelson Eddie Caviness (CSC) Joel Thomas Conway (CSC) Ronald James deValinger (FC) Jeffrey Lawrence Esola (FC) Ronald Lewis Farr (EDC) Chandler Evan Joyner (CSC) Kirby Lane Knowles (CSC) James H. Motos (GSC) James Russell Wirshing (CSC) Gamma Xi (Georgia Southwestern) Brian Christopher Czerw (CHV) William Lee Finney (OB) Boyce Etheridge Miller III (EDC) Gamma Omicron (Bethel) Richard Terry Kinnaman (CSC) Gamma Rho (Lander) James Ronald Banks (CSC) Robert Forest Bennett (CSC) Brandon G. Crick (CSC) Jeremy Wyman Inabinet (CHV) James Thomas Lusk (EDC) James Marvin Manley Jr. (GSC) Louis John Parducci Jr. (CSC) Jeremy Vann Sanders (CSC) Eric Andrew Smith (CHV) Marion Edwin Thomas (GSC) Thomas Edgerton Williams Jr. (CSC) Barry Carroll Young (EDC) Gamma Sigma (Armstrong) Paul A. Kaluzne Jr. (CHV) Gamma Tau (North Texas) Adam Ali Alattry (CSC) Brendan Michael Espinosa (CSC) Eric Christopher Good (CSC) Gary Lynn Harbin (CHV) Eugene Gordon LeClaire (CSC) Parker James McNally (CSC) William Fielding Mosley (CSC) Joshua Joseph Perkins (CSC) Patrick Smith (CHV) Earl Jordan Stancil (CSC) Matthew Paul Varnell (CSC) Gamma Upsilon (Oklahoma State) Barry Lynn Howell (FOU) Mark Lovone Neftzger (GSC) Allen Lloyd Peterson (CSC) Charles J. Smades Jr. (CSC) Brian David Stanley (GSC) Gamma Phi (South Alabama) Jacob Thomas Bartz-Broussard (CSC) William Deering Breeden Jr. (CHV) Isaac Keith Burge (CSC) Thomas Scott Childs (CSC) Kenneth Paul Hendrix (GSC) Sean Michael Johnson (CSC) Ross Chandler McDonald (CSC) Thomas Burt Peterson (EDC) E. Curtis Weems (LC)

Gamma Chi (Jacksonville) Paul Langston Stynchcomb (FC) Gamma Omega (Montevallo) Robert E. Howard Jr. (CHV) Royce Lamar Lader (EDC) David Elliott Wigginton (LC) David Lindsey Williams (EDC) Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Wilmarth Everett Alexander III (CSC) Glenn Nolan Byrd (EDC) John Nelson Crist (LC) Kelly James Hobbie (LC) Dale Steven Lewis (LC) Randall Nelson Morgan (CSC) Gilbert Guy Morrison Jr. (CHV) Edward Robert Olsen (CSC) Kyle Margolis Pacque (CSC) Robert Brooke Ritchie Jr. (EDC) Matthew James Ruth (CSC) Robert Hall Squire (EDC) Delta Beta (North Georgia) Richard Francis Baker Jr. (FC) Drew Morgan Brock (CSC) Thomas Lamar Childers (CHV) Victor Cary Eilenfield (EDC) Joseph Edward Goletz (CHV) Todd Lee Granger (GSC)

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Carl Benjamin Hall (CHV) Jon Garrick Hill (CHV) Victor Delano Irvin (EDC) Donald George Kessler (CSC) Charles Andrew May (LC) Charles Edward Mitchell (CHV) Donald George Morris (GSC) Richard Pearce Moultrie (GSC) Alan Michael Pesti (CHV) Bill Wayne Pope (LC) Steven Bishop Rhoades (CSC) P.J. Rodgers (EDC) Jeffrey Randolph Teplis (CSC) Donald Garrett White (CSC) Delta Gamma (Nebraska - Omaha) Richard Arlin Buschelman (CHV) Delta Delta (Truman State) Philip Thomas Abernathy (CSC) Jabari Alvin Allen (CSC) John Richard Andrews (OR) Charles Jay Barnard (CC) Douglas Bryon Barth (CSC) Darryl Clifford Beach (EDC) Zachary Adam Brune (CSC) Alfred John Caniglia III (CSC) John M. Challis (CSC) Joseph Gerard Clemmer (CSC)

KR O EG S O C I E T 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.

Lance Knowlton Burnside, Zeta Psi (IUPUI) Glenn Nolan Byrd, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Barry George Campbell, Alpha Upsilon (Drexel) James Norwood Clayton, Gamma Gamma (Troy) Shayne Earl Creppel, Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Jay Randall Davis, Zeta Xi (Averett) Noel Jesus Guillama, Theta Delta (Florida International) Mark Anthony Hobson, Zeta Gamma (North Dakota) Zachary Arthur Isbell, Omega (Purdue) Dale Steven Lewis, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Thomas Lowndes III, Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Peter John Manning, Delta (Furman) John Charles Nix Jr., Eta (Emory) Larry Jay Powell, Alpha Tau (Tennessee) Ronald Neil Raskin, Beta Delta (Drake) Todd Jeffrey Rehfuss, Epsilon Nu (Cal State - Sacramento) James Duffield Sapp, Epsilon Mu (Bradley) Michael Lawrence Sullivan, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) E. Curtis Weems, Gamma Phi (South Alabama) G. Thomas White, Gamma Beta (Old Dominion) Frank Yarborough, Zeta Alpha (Clemson)

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Delta Iota (Middle Tennessee) Tyler J. Amrine (CSC) Jonathan Edward Campbell (EDC) Stephen Lynn Crass (EDC) James Scott Davidson (EDC) Mitchell Lane Denning (CSC) Travis Javar Jamison (CHV) Bao Q. Nguyen (CSC) John Cruse Peden (LC) Daniel James Stiles (CSC) Delta Kappa (UNC - Pembroke) James William Canaday Jr (CSC) Bruce Earl Tanner (CSC) Timothy Lance Trull (CSC) Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte) Mark Andrew Allen (CSC) Michael David Amick (CSC) Christopher Lawrence Amick (CSC) Bobby Lee Bollinger Jr. (GSC) Joey David Byrd (CHV) ) Horace Jenkins Harkey II (EDC) Michael Alan Haynes (CHV) David Scott Higgins (GSC) William Carroll Jackson Jr. (FC) Justin Robert Martinovich (CSC) William S. Mumford (GSC) Richard Dean Nolley (EDC) Richard Glenn Pope (EDC) Francis Bo Clyde Proctor Jr. (FC) Terry Alan Reed (EDC) Delta Mu (Methodist) Roy Marvin Batton Jr. (CHV) Jeffery Steven Deitz (CSC) Delta Nu (Western Kentucky) Carlos D. Tatum (GSC) Delta Xi (North Alabama) Gregory Fred Gray (GSC) Lawrence Paul Guess (LC) Jeffrey Ray Suggs (CHV) Edgar Ray Woodis Jr. (CHV) Delta Omicron (Nicholls State) Jacques David Frere (GSC) Delta Pi (Wright State) Bruce Kevin Rockwell (FC) Delta Rho (USC) Niraj Ramesh Bhatia (CSC) Michael Woodward Coen (LC) Richard Koebel Dukes (EDC) Austin Robert Horton (CSC) Edward Anthony Lang III (LC) Alan Dean Wapner (EDC) Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Alexander Joseph Dudek (CSC) William James Fedele (CSC) Austin James Hall (CSC) Andrew Richard Hall (CSC) Brian Scott Jackman (CSC) James Thomas Karlovec (CSC) Dustin Micheal McCullough (CHV) Dylan C. McFarland (CSC) Stephen Michael Miller (CSC) Joseph Mark Saponaro (CSC) Christopher Allan Shade (EDC) Nicholas Wayne Taylor (CSC) Craig Michael Ward (CSC) Delta Tau (James Madison) Jerry Philip Keilsohn (EDC) Kenneth Richard Rand III (GSC)

Delta Upsilon (Pittsburgh) Joseph Michael Lanzetta (CSC) James Alan Maochi (CHV) Michael G. Matthias (CHV) Kyle C. Miller (CSC) Eric Scott Scerbo (CSC) Paul Woelkers Jr. (CSC) Delta Phi (Radford) John Roy Spannuth III (EDC) Delta Chi (Kansas State) Dale Wayne Bushyhead (CSC) Jacob Chance Dannen (CSC) G. Lawrence Keller III (LC) Matthew Keller (FC) Andrew Gerald Lammers (GSC) Christopher Alan Lewis (CSC) J. Timothy Lindemuth (LC) Mark Joseph Mitchell (CSC) Neil Loran Neaderhiser (CSC) Brady Martin Poppelreiter (CSC) Carey Lee Sudduth (CSC) Jacob Christopher Wright (CSC) Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington) Jeffery Steven Alexander (LC) Bill Wayne Alexander (LC) William Russell Faulkner (CSC) Billy L. Jacobs (FC) Steven M. Kosta (EDC) Ryan Joseph Longwell (CSC) Anthony Robledo IV (CHV) Bryan Heath Taylor (GSC) Delta Omega (Texas A&M) John David Babb (CSC) Brooks Gayle Bradford Jr. (FC) Joshua Timothy Brooks (CSC) Abe Alfred Bush III (EDC) Neil Oliver Cooper (CSC) Michael Wayne Copeland (CHV) Robert Edward Daugird (CSC) Micheal Paul Debello (CSC) Jason Kirk Dodd (SUP) Reese Patrick Grassel (CSC) Keith Patrick Gray (CHV) David Edward Guerra (CHV) Timothy Jay Guthrie II (CHV) Timothy Paul Gutschlag (GSC) Mason McNeil Hall (CSC) Hans William Hansen (EDC) John Zane Hasouris (CSC) Michael Anthony Herrera (CSC) James S. Hess (CSC) Rodney Aaron Hill (EDC) Michael Scott Kearney (CSC) Blake Alton Kercheval (CSC) Michael Javier Leal (CHV) Edgar Machado (CHV) Clinton Edward Morgan (CSC) Mark Freeman Munsell (EDC) Zachary Sherman Osburn (CSC) Brian Keith Pinto (CHV) Pablo Pissanetzky (CSC) Jerry Douglas Reed (CSC) Brian Kelly Robertson (CSC) Santiago M. Rodriguez (CSC) Christopher Robert Stringer (GSC) Thomas Brandon Sullivan (OB) Kenneth Stewart Townsend (CSC) Jason Edward Ukestad (CHV) Frank Velasco III (CSC)

Steven James Wawak (CSC) Charles William Whitlow (CHV) Kent Allen Wittmann (CSC) Bradley Thomas Wright (CSC) Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Lawrence James D’Angelo (LC) Keegan Chilton DeSilva (CSC) Michael Steve Dolianitis (CSC) Joshua Alan Donde (GSC) Patrick Christopher Gallagher (EDC) Trent Royal Gilbert (EDC) Christopher Michael Kaas (CSC) Jason Robert Kahn (CHV) James Brett Leslie (GSC) Brian Charles O’Shea (EDC) Joshua Jennings Phoebus (LC) Gregory Chase Rumley (LC) Christian Adam Wiggins (FC) Epsilon Beta (Michigan) Robert David Budlong (CSC) Epsilon Gamma (Longwood) Lewis Eugene Ashworth (CSC) Justin Gregory Hale (CSC) Hunter Howard Haywood (CSC) Kenneth Gene Howard (CSC) Harry Ashton Jones (CSC) Timothy Ronald Owen Jr. (CSC) Dale William Rankin (EDC) Donald Chauncey Sisco II (LC) Robert Riley Varela (CSC) Stephen Gray Whitten (CSC) Epsilon Delta (Auburn - Montgomery) Ronald Joseph Creel Jr. (CSC) Timothy Neal Hatch (GSC) Garland Jackson Jr. (LC) Tony Randall Mullis (CSC) David Maxwell Smith Jr. (LC) Epsilon Epsilon (UVA - Wise) Joseph Bryant Bodenheimer (CSC) David Michael Donathan (FC) Keenan Marquis France (CSC) Zachary Edward Franchi (CSC) Chad M. Horvat (EDC) James William Trullender (GSC) Epsilon Eta (Winthrop) Philippe A. Cote (CSC) Matthew Charles Diegel (CSC) Aaron Michael Howell (CSC) Justin Scott Hutchinson (CSC) Taylor Wayne Jernigan (CSC) William Fredrick Lewis (CSC) William Clyde Moore Jr. (EDC) Robert Michael O’Hara (CSC) Jesse Howard Perl (CSC) Ryan Swistak (CSC) William Arthur Timmerman (CSC) Khoi Anh Tran (CSC) Brett Alton Wilson (CSC) Epsilon Theta (Seton Hall) Steven Joseph Veit (CHV) Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) Mark King (CC) Kevin Wayne Perillo (CSC) Roger Eric Searls (EDC) James Lawrence Shaw (LC) John Dixon Staples (CSC) Epsilon Kappa (Southern Poly) Carlos O’Brian Abernathy (CSC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Joshua R. Davenport (CSC) David Paul Edsen (CSC) Aaron M. Emerson (CSC) David Lee Ewigman (EDC) John Oliver Fry (CSC) Michael Dean Giesmann (CSC) Kyle B. Gifford (CSC) Donald Bradley Gill (CSC) Matthew Jason Goyer (CSC) Daniel Patrick Gunn (CSC) Garrick Robert Hamilton (CSC) Nicholas Roger Hart (CSC) David Del Hennings II (GSC) Jamie Shriver Horner (CSC) Irvin Phillip Howard III (FC) Dennis Edward Kettler (CSC) Brian Edward Link (CSC) Jason Taylor Lott (CSC) Tyler Gerald Menz (CSC) Anthony Mikus (CSC) Patrick Michael Miller (CSC) Virgil Ray Moore (CSC) Joseph William Morgan (CSC) Andrae Paul Naraine (CSC) James Cecil Palmer (EDC) Scott Robert Richmond (CSC) Daniel Robert Ritter (CSC) Mark Eugene Schell (CHV) Stephen Robert Schneider (EDC) Timothy Michael Sedovic (CSC) James M. Shumake (CHV) Scott Cunningham Swafford (CSC) David William Sweeney (CSC) Timothy Neal Taylor (CSC) Eric Wehde Vehige (CSC) Jamie Lawrence Wansing (CSC) Josh Allan Wansing (LC) Thomas Lewis Wehmeyer (CSC) Michael Richard Zolezzi (EDC) Delta Epsilon (Jacksonville State) Horace Dean Buttram Jr. (GSC) Robert Jackson Coley (GSC) Jeffrey Dent Richards Jr. (CSC) Ted Clark Sexton (CSC) Nicholas Alexander Weir (CSC) Delta Zeta (Appalachian State) Aaron Howard Bachenheimer (CHV) Patrick John Danehy (LC) Marc Edward Gmuca (CSC) Bruce Edward Greenland (CHV) David Wayne Huss (EDC) William Earl Maycock (GSC) Edwin Ward Norris (EDC) Arthur John Quickenton (CC) Gary Ridge Sugg (CSC) Gary Russell Sugg (CHV) Delta Eta (Morehead State) Danny Lee Collins (CSC) Garrett Andrew Creech (CSC) Glen Alan Greene (CSC) David Scott Jobe (CSC) Lawrence Nelson Kindred (CHV) Gregory Lane Kring (EDC) Tyler Anderson Marks (CSC) Tyler Scott Martin (CSC) Ethan Neil Martin (LC) Christopher Franklin McCoy (EDC) Ronnie Allen Reynolds II (GSC)


Jay Revis Barrow (EDC) Michael Lloyd Hubsky (CC) David Lloyd Nelson (LC) James Alexander Ransom (EDC) Epsilon Lambda (South Carolina - Upstate) John Walker Brewer (GSC) Rondal Clay Johnson (EDC) Epsilon Mu (Bradley) James John Bann (CSC) Vincent Edward Dellaria (CSC) Gregry Thomas Evans (GSC) William Furling III (OB) Thomas Martin Kopera (CSC) Glenn Cary Losinski (CSC) Hector Manuel Martinez (CHV) Steven James Peters (CSC) Michael Edward Rudofski (CSC) James Duffield Sapp (EDC) John Patrick Sinnaeve (CSC) Daniel Paul Uhlmann (CSC) Epsilon Nu (Cal State - Sacramento) Sean Chris Cardoza (CSC) Benjamin Steven Cox (CSC) Stephen Louis Curtis (LC) Robert Eugene Langbein (CC) Alexander Scott Reginato (CSC) Todd Jeffrey Rehfuss (LC) Robbie W. Robbins (CSC) Michael Shawn Rogers (GSC) Brian Joseph Souza (CSC) Gilbert R. Villarreal (CSC) Michael John Wise (GSC) Epsilon Xi (LaSalle) William Carreras Jr. (CSC) Epsilon Omicron (Villanova) Peter Jerry Anninos (CSC) Epsilon Pi (Virginia Commonwealth) John James Cuddehe (CSC) Epsilon Rho (Lenoir-Rhyne) Phillip Michael Barnes (CSC) Kenneth Carson Brown (LC) Randy Dean Goins Jr. (CSC) Nicholas John Jenkins (CSC) Kristopher Lee Litman-Koon (CHV) Andrew Charles Matznick (GSC) Joseph J. Mullane (GSC) Jason Mark Parker (CSC) William Rudisill Rhyne Jr. (GSC) Joshua Browning Ricci (CSC) Craig Steven Thornburg (EDC) Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph’s) Stephen Michael Mularski (CHV) Vincent Joseph Thompson III MD (FC) Thomas Patrick Wilson (EDC) Epsilon Upsilon (Georgia College & State) Justin Cody Armstrong (CSC) Scott David Biscan (CSC) Brandon R. Bush (CSC) Johnny Ted Cleveland (CSC) Joshua Adam Colley (CSC) Donald Merton Crume (GSC) Joseph Alexander Garland (CSC) Drew M. Hawkins (CSC) David Lee Hohnadel (LC) Gerald Paul Miles (CSC) Paul Frank Sedor II (EDC) Nicholas Michael Stinson (CSC) Robert Joseph Winner II (CSC)

Todd Ray Worley (GSC) Epsilon Phi (UAB) Joseph Patrick Austin (FC) Payam Amin Azizkhani (CSC) Arthur Boyd Ennis Jr. (FC) Mark Spencer Fogas (LC) Brian Micheal Hall (CSC) Alfred Emanuel Smith (CSC) Epsilon Chi (Denver) Adam Bryan Andrews (GSC) Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) Ralph W. Asplen (CSC) Joshua Dale Castelveter (CSC) Kenneth A. Clare (CHV) David James Conn (FC) Andrew Hunter Hartwell (EDC) Andrew Edward Hlavsa (CSC) Gregory Eric Moffett (FC) Jerritt Michael Park (EDC) Daniel C. Reynolds (CSC) Keith Robert Rineer (CHV) Epsilon Omega (Texas Tech) Eric Zeigler Gnann (GSC) Arthur Paul Gutierrez (CSC) Kristopher Allen Hanberry (CSC) John Mark Oyerbides (GSC) Karl Joseph Reiter (CSC) Drew A. Roberson (CSC) Jeffrey Vance Ross (CSC) Gregory Bryan Turner (LC) Robert Emmett Welsh (LC) Zeta Alpha (Clemson) John Ray Bradford III (CC) Scott Christopher Gasparini (FC) Frank Lynn Hutchinson (CSC) Eric Lee Peterson (CSC) Matthew P. Winter (CSC) Frank Yarborough (EDC) Zeta Beta (UC - San Diego) Andrew Jens Chapman (GSC) Zeta Gamma (North Dakota) Connor Michael Coughlin (GSC) Nicholas Fitzgerald Cuskey (CHV) Erik David Granstrom (EDC) Mark Anthony Hobson (LC) Christopher Thomas Johnson (FC) David William Kirkland (GSC) Tripp Louis Novak (CSC) Joshua Scott Nygaard (CSC) Brian O’Connor (CSC) Steward Edward Sandstrom (LC) Zeta Delta (Shippensburg) Steven Troy Merkel (EDC) Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Shawn Michael Daniels (CSC) Alan Patrick Duesterhaus (LC) Steven G. Gangitano (CSC) Jeffrey Paul Kopko (CSC) Matthew Scott Ripley (CSC) Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Brett Pharr Abner II (EDC) Matthew Griffin Brooks (CSC) Sean Patrick Cokeley (CHV) James Edward Leano (EDC) Robert Charles Raesemann Jr. (EDC) Zeta Eta (South Florida) Keith Thomas Acquino (CSC)

Austin M. Arias (CSC) Gabriel Alejandro Delgado (CSC) Justin Alex Lengyel (CSC) Davin M. Miret (CSC) Christopher James Mullan (CSC) Peter Reed Pavan (CSC) Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin) Timothy Andrew Barton (CSC) Tracy David Maddux (OB) Zeta Kappa (Richard Stockton) Michael P. Bowblis (CSC) Anthony Francis Cicali III (CSC) Zeta Lambda (Chico State) Daniel Lee Hitzke (LC) Zeta Mu (Cal State - Northridge) Joshua Alann Rouse (CSC) Zeta Nu (West Chester) Ryan Brown (CSC) John P. Farley Jr. (CSC) Joseph Vincent Rizzuto (GSC) Richard Edward Yoegel (CHV) Zeta Xi (Averett) Jay Randall Davis (LC) David Joseph Thomas (EDC) Zeta Pi (Marshall) Nicholas Thomas Bedway III (CSC) Christopher Lee Conley (EDC) Thomas Andrew Dearing (CSC) Daniel Robert Holderby (CSC) Larry Brent Kirk (CSC) Chandler Michael Milam (CSC) Brandon M. Wear (CSC) Matthew Edward Wear (CHV) Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) Preston Craig (CSC) Ross Calvin McCollum (GSC) Marc Ernest Pecson (CSC) Robert Stuart Rosenzweig (CSC) Victor Charles Valencia Jr. (FC) Zeta Tau (Barton) Corby Smith Bunch (CSC) Shamik Jarrett (CSC) Zeta Phi (Colorado State) Henry Franklin Dougan (CSC) Steven Todd Gaiser (LC) Shawn Wesley Rabourn (LC) Zeta Chi (Albright) Sean Joseph Bates (CSC) David Jacob Faller (CSC) Matthew John Osorio (GSC) Bryan Salazar (CSC) Zeta Psi (IUPUI) Lance Knowlton Burnside (LC) Zeta Omega (Towson State) Michael Richard Bertocchi (CSC) Eta Alpha (Concord) David Christopher Kittinger (CSC) Christopher Lee McGown (LC) Michael Sahlen Spain (GSC) Eta Beta (Indiana State) Eric John Fisher (CSC) Wesley Robert Frye (CSC) William Garrett Hamblen (CHV) Torin Shea Kellett (CSC) Daniel Straka (CSC) Cory Noah Young (CSC)

Eta Gamma (Colorado) Eron Ashley (CSC) Robert Rutledge Gould IV (EDC) Kevin Dantice Graff (GSC) Michael Scott Hartman (LC) Bret Heidemann (FC) Erik Christopher Isernhagen (GSC) John Nicholas Like (CHV) Stephen Paul Seidel (CSC) Eta Delta (Kennesaw State) Brian Joseph Barnett (LC) Kamalsinh F. Chavda (CSC) Robert Donald Evans (EDC) Alton Daniel Fortney (GSC) Terry Andrew Green (CSC) Robert Kevin Henson (CHV) Michael P. Hill (CSC) Nicholas Richard Koontz (CSC) Richard C Korson Sr. (CSC) Kevin Thomas Mason (CSC) Charles McManus Selman (CSC) Edwin Grant Sinclair (CSC) Justin Thomas Tysinger (GSC) Jose Carlos Viera Jr. (CHV) Christopher Paul Yarber (CSC) Eta Epsilon (Maryland) Ross Wesley Knoblauch (EDC) Ian Allan Rubin (GSC) Eta Zeta (Queens) Joshua Jonathan Doughty (CSC) Jesse Ryan Evans (CSC) Theodore Elliot Hartsook (CSC) Joseph T McBride Jr. (EDC) Jose Montes (CSC) DeVin Shamar Taylor (CSC) Eta Eta (UC - Irvine) Sven Fabien Blaser (CSC) Arthur Sevak Charchian (GSC) Jimmy Hua (CSC) Eta Theta (San Francisco) Robert Hok-Leung Chan (CSC) Robert Benjamin Pahilanga (CSC) Lawrence Wong (CSC) Eta Iota (Christopher Newport) Andrew Thomas Bell (CHV) William Robert Boulden (EDC) Timothy David Campbell (LC) Christopher Thomas Conner (GSC) Juan Manuel Garcia (CHV) Eric Wayne Olsen (CSC) Eric Pernell Scott (CSC) Eta Kappa (SUNY Plattsburgh) Thomas Paul Cozzi (CSC) Hayden James Fahrenkopf (CSC) Charles Paul Jackson (CSC) Kenneth William Kolman (CSC) Nathaniel Thomas Nieva (CSC) Steven Andrew Vecerina (CSC) Eta Lambda (Brockport) Justin J. Angermeier (CSC) J. Scott Atkinson (FC) Matthew M. Cady (CSC) Nicholas Daniel Feligno (CSC) Ryan John Giglia (CHV) Ramel Joe Holliday (CSC) Scott James Meyers (CSC) Jeffrey Michael White (FC)

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Benjamin Wade Johns (EDC) Matthew James Kiesel (CSC) Kenneth Joseph Oubre (LC) Benjamin Roman (GSC) Eta Psi (Central Florida) Brandon Michael Brassard (CSC) Brandon Paul Burdick (CSC) Mikael Alain Duckworth (CSC) Bryan Scott Elliott (CSC) Ivan Alejandro Gutierrez (CSC) Christopher Travers Morelli (CSC) Joseph Michael Sarrubbo Jr. (CHV) Anthony Michael Todaro (CSC) Michael Dean Weaver (CHV) Joseph Douglas Wiggins (CSC) Robert Michael Woods (CHV) Eta Omega (New Mexico State) Angus Aron (CSC) Garrett Hendren (CSC) Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) Preston Lewis Bell (CSC) Brandon James Belote (EDC) Matthew Tyler Binion (CSC) Gerald Graves Buffington (CSC) Erik Michael Caves (CSC) John Oliver Cooper (CSC) Keenan Lee Dollar (CSC) Jacob Warren Garrett (CSC) Mark Eugene Garrett (CSC) Brett Parker Haro (CSC) Gary Franklin Kimble (LC) John William Langley (CC) Bradley James Morrison (CSC) Richard Allen Peterson (CHV) Theta Beta (West Georgia) David Warren Condon (CSC) Theta Delta (Florida International) Wolfgang Alexis Acevedo (CSC) Astar Akbar Ali (CSC) Kristopher Alvarez (CSC) Dustin Bernard (CSC) Gian Boria (CSC) Andrew Joseph Calienes (CSC) Rigoberto Jose Campos (CSC) Diego Alejandro Cardenas (CSC) Alejandro Angel Castaneda (CSC) Esteban Castro (CSC) Jewil Clerger (CSC) Carlos Coello (CSC) Alfonso A. De Leon (CSC) Andres Eduardo Diaz (CSC) Cody Dierickx (CSC) Mario Fernandez (CSC) David Giraldo (CSC) Mariano Gonzalez (CSC) Andres Felipe Gonzalez (CSC) Christopher Rafael Granja (CSC) Noel Jesus Guillama (GSC) Daniel Alberto Gutierrez (CSC) Christian Gutierrez (CSC) Phillip Lloyd Hamilton (EDC) Kevin Jessurum (CSC) Edwin V. Jiron (CSC) Daniel Leyte-Vidal (CSC) Daniel Eduardo Llosent (CSC) Alexander Macaisa (CSC) Matthew W.J. Mpogiatzis (CSC) Austin Patrick Nowak (CSC) Andres E. Penalver (CSC)

Jephren Hiram Perez (CSC) Christopher Donovan Perry (CSC) Andres Pinto (CSC) Christopher Ray Ponce (CSC) Ernesto Porto (CSC) Jeon Michael Querol (CSC) Erick Ramirez (CSC) Alexander F. Ravelo (CHV) Jonathan Regalado (CSC) Robert Frost Riley III (LC) Jose Orlando Rodriguez (CSC) Justin Alexander Ruiz (CSC) Kristopher Sanchez (CSC) Alain David Sanchez (CSC) Bryan Santos (CSC) Alex Seely (CSC) Javier Sevilla (CSC) Erwin Ulisses Tejos Jr. (CSC) Zachary Anthony Thompson (CSC) Osvaldo Toca (CSC) Jorge Ignacio Triay Sr. (CSC) Robert Michael Valls (CSC) Gabriel Armando Villanueva (GSC) Daniel Villegas (CSC) Michael Allen Woods (CSC) Luis Zamorano (CSC) Theta Epsilon (Kansas) Zachary Austin Gilchrist (CSC) Brian C. Relph (CSC) Brian Allan Rock (EDC) Jared Wade Thurston (GSC) Theta Zeta (George Washington) Mahmood Jamal Abu-Rubieh (CSC) Michael R. Bodnarik (CSC) Michael Lawrence DiSabatino (EDC) Scott Goldfond (CSC) Sean Vincent Hallisey (CSC) Daryl Andrew Muller (CHV) Caleb David Raymond (CSC) Brian Joseph Taylor (CHV) Theta Eta (American) Justin William Angotti (FC) Eric W. Lynch (CSC) John Michael Pasko (CSC) Carlos Santiago Ramirez (EDC) Bryan William Riley (CHV) Loren Janes Schmidt (CSC) Theta Theta (Iowa) Gregory Joseph Buehner (FC) James Francis Buehner (LC) Markus Daniels Goodrich (GSC) Brian Joseph Hefel (CSC) Nicholas A. Hoeger (CSC) Kyle Laurence Johnson (CSC) Michael Anthony Lee Jr. (CHV) Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Francis Fred Ahrens (CSC) Hogan Joseph Brecount (CSC) Daniel Alan Bunch (CSC) Adam Jeffery Coffman (CSC) Aaron Blake Conway (CSC) Andrew McLean Crain (CSC) Levi Augustine Crooke (CSC) Brian Andrew Edler (CSC) Curt Andrew Herzog (EDC) Jared Michael Horman (CSC) Brandon Marshall Jones (CSC) John Michael Maddux (CSC) Robert Joseph McCormack III (CSC) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Eta Mu (Wingate) Zachary Lee Broadaway (CSC) Robert Brent Erb (GSC) Eta Nu (Pennsylvania) Christopher Joseph Godoy (CSC) Daniel Schlaff (CSC) Eta Xi (SUNY - Albany) Damon Jeremy Boyar (CSC) Eta Omicron (San Francisco State) Bryan Alberto Contreras (CSC) James Gomez (CSC) John Jefferson Lowry, IV (LC) Gary Lee Ulmer-Goodrich (CSC) Eta Pi (Coastal Carolina) James Daniel Dukes Jr. (EDC) Stephen Joseph Markee (CSC) Michael Charles Mirabelli (CSC) Patrick Lawrence Sullivan (CSC) Matthew Richard Zellars (CSC) Eta Rho (Texas State) Elias Stephen Aguirre (GSC) Jason Bradley Biggs (CSC) Evan Matthew Brisco (CSC) Chad Christopher Bryan (GSC) Sheldon Ray Galipp (CSC) Andrew Gonzalez (CSC) Brett Joseph Lee (LC) Nathan Craig McDaniel (CSC) Ashton James Quincey (CSC) Andrae Lamont Turner (EDC) Eta Sigma (UCLA) Benjamin Janda Hofilena Jr. (EDC) Todd Arthur Sargent (LC) Eric Stanley Yang (EDC) Eta Tau (Kentucky) Christopher Israel Duncan (CSC) AbdulRahim Khan Jadoon (CSC) Nicholas Mosley (CSC) Jerry Shane Ratliff (CSC) Patrick Alexander Reid (CSC) Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH) Daniel Ray Brunner (CSC) Ryan Robert Dlugosz (CSC) Erik David Garrett (GSC) John T. Healy (LC) Michael E. Kudravetz (GSC) Ryan Michael Lugabihl (CHV) Joshua David Lundell (CC) Brian R. Manney (CSC) Joseph Timothy Nagle (CSC) Alexander Robert Owens (CSC) Bryan Patrick Roberson (CSC) Beau Robert Samples (CSC) Alexander Scott Thomas (CSC) Brandon James Tudor (EDC) Patrick Andrew Wentz (CSC) Michael Ferris Woeste (CSC) Matthew Edwin Wray (EDC) Eta Phi (UMBC) Brandon Yoseph Dietrich (CSC) Matthew Edward Garono (FC) William LaFon Jones II (CSC) Dwight A. Polk (CSC) David Jared Udwin (CSC) Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Jeffrey David Crane Jr. (CHV) John-Mark Day (CSC) Jacob Alessandro Hartley (CSC)


The top two chapters in aquiring donors for the Founders' Day of Giving were Iota Alpha Chapter at Sacred Heart University and Theta Delta Chapter at Florida International University

A day of giving

THE INAUGURAL Pi Kappa Phi Founders’ Day of Giving was held December 10, the 111th anniversary of our founding in 1904. The goal was to engage members and friends of the fraternity to make a donation of $19.04 on or before December 10th to the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation Leadership Fund. With 915 gifts from 874 donors (including 646 first time donors), the success of this social media driven event was based on members sharing across their social media accounts and asking friends and family to join them in supporting Pi Kappa Phi. 

Richard Lee Monroe (CSC) Nathan Jeremiah Moyers (CHV) Brennan Chance Myers (CSC) Yohan Ng (CSC) Vishal R. Patel (CSC) Jaquis Tavell Smith (CSC) Henry William Franklin Smith (CSC) Weston Hunter Thomas (CSC) Matthew Thomas Valenti (CSC) Corey Case Wain (CSC) Joseph William Walker (CSC) Theta Mu (UMass - Amherst) Jordan M. Brown (CSC) Minghan Chang (CSC) Nicholas Tyler Julian (CSC) Joseph James Piedrafite (LC)

Theta Nu (Delaware) Paul Edward Parker-Thompson (LC) Theta Xi (Arizona State) Michael Angelo Caputo (CSC) Kevin Christopher Melroy (CHV) Aaron Joseph Stockwell (CSC) Theta Omicron (Nevada - Reno) Mike Joseph Garr (CSC) Scott Wilhelm Jividen (CSC) Austin Mathias (CSC) Troy Tyler Melin (CHV) William Coryell Stark (CSC) Caleb Sterner (CSC) Adam Markus Zuro (CSC) Theta Pi (Texas - Tyler) James Austin Castleberry (CSC) George Y. Chen (CSC)

Denny Diep (CSC) Austin Joseph Doyle (CSC) Adam Michael Hering (CSC) Austin David McGillen (CSC) Martin Hayes McKown III (CSC) Chase Thomas Miller (CSC) John Patrick Acosta Pinon (CSC) Matthew Tyler Sickles (CSC) Joshua Allen White (CSC) Theta Rho (Western Michigan) Matthew James Cain (CSC) Christopher Paul DeRosia (CSC) Tyler Blaze Hulet (CSC) Ryan Mazur-Baker (CSC) Jalen Jerrell Onorati (CSC) Christopher Charles Rettich (CSC) Victor Thien Tran (CSC) Theta Sigma (Cal State - Long Beach) Andrew Ryan Carnes (CSC) Jaime A. Varela, Jr. (CSC) Theta Tau (High Point) Adam Louis Hoffman (CSC) Samuel Hobbs Martorella (EDC) Theta Upsilon (Northern Arizona) Jonathan Samuel Becker (CSC) David Adam Capossela Jr. (CSC) Jonathan Aaron Pena (CSC) Daniel Paul Stephani (CSC) Chase Dwayne Woolery (CSC) Theta Phi (Louisiana Tech) Trevor Michael Williams (CSC) Theta Chi (Ohio) Robert Scott Hoyt (CSC) Theta Psi (RIT) Christopher Edward Contreras (CSC) Kurt Ingerick (CSC) Benjamin Thomas Marus (CSC) Nathan Alexander Mayhugh (CSC) Michael Jude McCall (CSC) Robert Joseph Newell (CSC) Joseph Anthony Sciandra Jr. (CSC) Theta Omega (Binghamton) Daniel Joseph Elfassy (CSC) Matthew Joseph Gold (CSC) Iota Alpha (Sacred Heart) Anthony Peter Altomaro (CSC) Micky Amphonedara (CSC) John N. Attardi (CSC) Sean P. Barrett (CSC) Joseph Peter Bilynsky (CSC) Stephen Thomas Bruno (CSC) Andrew Scott Cohen (CSC) Kyle P. Czarnecki (CSC) Michael Victor Dias (CSC) Andrew Allan Dill (CSC) Nicholas Joseph Ferrante (CSC) Dominick Anthony Ferro (CSC) Michael John Fiume (CSC) David L. Haverly (CSC) Westley Taylor Lynskey (CSC) Ryan William Machovsky (CSC) William Philip McNeil (CSC) Ray Mencio (CSC) Erik Angelo Preuss (CSC) Juan Ramon Reyes (CSC) Andrew S. Richards (CSC) Christian Andrew Spies (CSC) Maurice A. Vallejo Jr. (CSC)

Michael Thomas Villante (CSC) Iota Beta (Texas - San Antonio) Igal Avshman (CSC) Kort Everett Jackson (CSC) Jordan Christian Phillips (CSC) Alec Matthew Trevino (CSC) Iota Gamma (Wyoming) John Stephen Cherry (CSC) Ryan Eugene Davis (CSC) Sean Richard Miller (CSC) Micheal Ray O’Bryant (CSC) Theodore Lyman Schueler (CSC) Iota Delta (New Hampshire) David Scott Zamansky (CHV) Iota Epsilon (Susquehanna) Matthew James Bruer (CSC) Jesse James Larch (CSC) Matthew Dennis Reed (CSC) Robert Gordon Stoudt (CSC) Gregory Philip Swierzewski (CSC) Iota Zeta (Stephen F. Austin) Brennan Daniel Morrell (CSC) Davis Reid Shea (CSC) Iota Eta (Embry-Riddle) John Edward Moore (CSC) Andrew Cristian Romero (CSC) Thomas Wade Smotherman (CSC) Iota Theta (Tennessee Tech) Daniel Shane Adams (CSC) Chadwick Augustine (CSC) Joseph Dean Gilliam (CSC) Austin Vincent (CSC) Iota Iota (Cal Poly Pomona) Micah Mann (CSC) Ryan Jonathan Smith (CSC) Jason Wong (CSC) Iota Kappa (Northern Colorado) Nicholas Andrew Atzenbeck (CHV) Charles Adelore Charbonneau (CSC) Mark Amadi-Sanez Drum (CSC) Jack Dempsey Fuqua (CSC) Mario J. Hernandez (CSC) Andrew Vincent John Paul Holtzmann (CSC) Anthony Jon Mueller (CSC) Kyle Carter Norman (CSC) Nicholas James Qualley (CSC) George Daniel Alberto Sanchez (CSC) William Casper Schiffelbein (CHV) Matthew Jacob Scott (CSC) Iota Lambda (Quinnipiac) Christopher Michael Aldarelli Jr. (CSC) Erik D. Cote (GSC) Samuel Justin Cotto (CSC) Tyler G. Droste (CSC) Brandon M. Green (CSC) John Paul Leo Noordsy (CSC) Jose Ignacio Perez (CSC) Joseph Rodriguez (CSC) Andrew M. Stengel (CSC) Luigi Tancredi (CSC) Jack F. Walters (CSC) Iota Mu (Arkansas - Fort Smith) Dax Alexander Boyd (CSC) Joshua Brown (CSC) David Curran (CSC) Zachary Tabor Lawrence (CSC)

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Friends of the Fraternity Victoria Aprano (CSC) Debra Attardi (CSC) Kathy Baker (CSC) Robert J. Beall (GSC) Richard Belz (CSC) Ronny Benkin (CSC) Donna B. Benzel (CSC) Kristen Berman (CSC) Matthew Bernhardt (CSC) Kurt Blair (CSC) Bernadette Boffice (CSC) Gina Bonura (CSC) Therese A. Bordeleau (CSC) Annette G. Braddy (CSC) Andrew Bremer (CSC) John Brower (CSC) Kathleen Brown (CSC) Michael Camastro (CSC) Charles Cannon (CSC) Karen Caravella (CSC) Allison Carpenter (CSC) Nelson Centanaro (CSC) Byron Chandler (CSC) Katelyn Christopherson (CSC) Linda Cinelli (CSC) Eric Clemente (CSC) Carli Clementi (CSC) Elery L. Clements Jr. (CSC) Carrie G. Clifford (GSC) Carolyn J. Cline (EDC) Iris H. Colletta (CSC) Nicholas and Alison Conte (CSC) Douglas Cornwell (CSC) Certa Cote Inc (CSC) Betty M. Cox (CSC) Diana Coyle (CSC) Cynthia Czarnecki (CSC) Jalen A. Dagher (CSC) Justin Daleo (CSC) Francis De Venecia (CSC) Linda H. Deftos (GSC) Lindsey DeSanto (CSC) Alexis Kollay D’Ettorre (CSC) Erin Devlin Healy (CSC) Lisa Difilippi (CSC) Christine Dill (CSC) Louis DiProfio (CSC) Karen DiProfio (CSC) Carolyn Dixon (CSC) Julie & Mark Douglass (CSC) John Doyle (CSC) Colleen Drazen (CSC) Kelly Ehrich (CSC) Elizabeth A. Fehr (EDC) Salvatore Ferro (CSC) Christopher Fiandor (CSC) Greg Fink (CSC) Andrew Jordan Fischette (CSC) Michael Flanagan (CSC) D. A. Forrest Jr (CSC) Allison J. Foster (GSC) Marcus Frias (CSC) Stephan Friedrich (CSC) Cotelia Fulcher (CHV) Chastity Gerhardt (CSC) Michael Gervasi (CSC) Meghan Elise Gibson (CSC) Michele Gillen (CSC) Patricia Goetz (CHV)

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Julie Golicz (CSC) Jacqueline Golicz (CSC) Jonathan Golicz (CSC) Alyssa Goodsier (CSC) Bailey Hamm (CSC) Catherine Harrison (EDC) Lori Hart (LC) Cora Woody Harvey (CSC) Hara Henshell (CSC) Bryson Higgins (CSC) Byron Hughes (CSC) Chelsea Ilg (CSC) John V. Golicz (CSC) Michelle Juarez (CSC) Ashley Kerbel (CSC) Julie M. Kibler (CSC) Melissa Kish (CSC) Josh Kohnert (CSC) Michael Kuplicki (CSC) Kevin Langan (CSC) Steven Latour (CSC) First Clearing LLC (EDC) Jillian Lopez (CSC) M. Felicia Lotito (CSC) Janet L. Luisa (CSC) Ankita Mangal (EDC) Raffaela Markey (CSC) Kaleen Martinez (CSC) Megan McEntee (CSC) Laura Catherine McFall (CSC) Joslyn Michelle Logan McGriff (CSC) Maggie Mchale (CSC) Michael McPhee (CSC) Gabriela Andrea Millan (CSC) Joanne Minkoff (CSC) Sergio Molina (CSC) Maija Mueller (CSC) Jeanine Musacchio (CSC) Roberto Navarro (CSC) Jorgini Navarro (CSC) Owen Nelson (CSC) Denise Nelson (EDC) Kimberly J. Novak (CHV) Debra Ollom (EDC) Timothy O’Malley (CSC) Deborah O’Malley (CSC) Mary Osborne (CSC) Benjamin Pendry (CSC) Eileen Philbin (CSC) Jason Phillips (CSC) Kathryn Planow (CSC) Jason Prigg (CSC) Jennifer A. Purdue (CSC) Alina Quintana (CSC) Trish Robinson (CSC) Letrishia Robinson (CSC) Charles Robinson (CSC) Diane Rogener (CSC) Scott Rogener (CSC) Jonathan Sanders (CSC) Maryjane Santaite (CSC) Jessica Schauble (CSC) Seth Selesnow (CSC) Jo Woody Shaw (CSC) Todd Shelton (GSC) Terrie Smith (CSC) Cameron Smith (CSC) Jennifer Sparkes (CSC) John Spooner (CSC) Frank Stehlik (CSC)

Brianna Sullivan (CSC) Molly Ann Swonger (CSC) Daniella Tarquinio (CSC) Michelle Ulacia (CSC) Samuel Utley (CSC) Donna Villante (CSC) Sal Vines (CSC) Sarah Wagner (CHV) Audrey Walker (CSC) David Wallace (LC) Cameron Blair Warner (CSC) Amanda Welch (CSC) Jacqueline C. Westra (CSC) Rachel Westra (GSC) Larry Stanton Wiese (CSC) Shane Windmeyer (CSC) A. B. Woody (CSC) Christina Zarich (CSC) H. Zotos (CSC) Alpha Chi Chapter (Miami) (GSC) AmazonSmile (CSC) Atlas Physical Therapy (CHV) Bank of America Fnd (LC) Benevity Community Impact Fund (CSC) Boys and Girls Clubs (CSC) Dell Employee Engagement Fund (CSC) Delta Zeta Sorority (CSC) Equifax, Inc. (CSC) Fluor Foundation (LC) The Foot Institute (CHV) Franklin County High (Class of '65) (CSC) Fraternity & Sorority PAC (CHV) Golf for Kyle (CSC) Greater Twin Cities United Way (CHV) Holmes Murphy & Associates LLC (CSC) Home Depot Charity Program Trust (CSC) Honeywell Intl. (CSC) Just Give (CSC) Kappa Alpha Order (CSC) Kappa Delta Private Foundation (CHV) Keystone Steel (CHV) Lenovo (CHV) Microsoft (CC) Pfizer United Way (CSC) Renaissance Charitable Foundation (CC) Roanoke College (CSC) The Rodgers Family Charitable Fund (GSC) Silicon Valley Community Foundation (CSC) Stabenau Group, Inc. (CSC) Summit County United Way (EDC) UnitedHealth Group (EDC) Woods Rogers PLC (CSC) YourCause (GSC)

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Daniel Romo (CSC) Ronald Williamson (CSC) Iota Nu (Mississippi State) James Matthew Boyd (CSC) Patrick O’Sullivan Ladd (CSC) William Banks Scarbrough (CSC) Nathaniel Luke Soignier (CSC) Eric Chandler Surrett (CSC) Nathan Pierce Williams (CSC) Iota Omicron (Iona) Kevin Edward Bartnett (CSC) Brandon Alexander Brito (CSC) Ryan T. Collins (CSC) Samuel Joseph Garcia (CSC) Christopher Matthew Gillen (CSC) Andrew Roy Hastings (CSC) John Peter Keane (CSC) Timothy Kenneth Morgado (CSC) Robb Alexander Olivieri (CHV) Jonathan Ayers Petteruti (CSC) John P. Rocco (CSC) Cameron Thomas Woods (CHV) Iota Pi (Dayton) Christian Anthony Angotti (CSC) Antonio Noe Ortiz (CSC) Iota Sigma (San Jose State) Terry Akiru Mincey (CSC) Iota Tau (Rutgers) Brandon Chang (CSC) Christopher George Mazzola (CSC) Mark Isaac Rousseau (CSC) Paul Santiago (CSC) Kevin Todd Yang (CSC) Iota Upsilon (Florida Gulf Coast) Michael Carmine Anolfo (CSC) Ty Page Carr (CSC) Michael Thomas Coy (CSC) Edward James DeNorio (CSC) Timothy Michael Murphy (CSC) Iota Phi (Loyola New Orleans) Connor Joseph Burke (CSC) Kieron Layne Leckbee Oliver (CSC) Christopher Scott Saucier (CSC) Iota Chi (Ball State) Colton Tanner Robbins (CSC) Kappa Alpha (Case Western) Christopher BaoKhang Nguyen (CSC) Brian Michael Parro (CSC) Jason Ronald Schutte (CSC) Jonathan Alexander Sender (CSC) Grant Robert Whitmer (CSC) Kappa Gamma (Montana) Ethan Douglas Hoffman (CSC) Jeffrey Robert Markette (CSC) Ryan Thomas Murphy (CSC) Cash Michael Nesper (CSC) Kappa Zeta (Maine) Justin David Libby (CSC) Idaho (Idaho) Ryker Mead Belnap (CSC) Jacob Dominique Hruska (CSC) Wichita State (Wichita State) Ted William Angleton (CSC) Aaron Thomas Hoffman (CSC) Esben Langberg Kjaer (CSC) Avery Colter Yoos (CSC)


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 Sam Stafford III Beta (Presbyterian) Andrew Gregory Elam II Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Daniel James Bosshart Steven Scott Ryder Sigma (South Carolina) Mark Adamson Robert F. Berry Jerry Thomas Brewer Kenneth Joseph Forti Walter Hays Pickens III Walter Hays Pickens Jr. Zeta (Wofford) Mark O’Neill Bundy Iota (Georgia Tech) Michael Vincent Cowan Parker Holmes Petit Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) Marvin Spencer Hackney William Stuart Hicks J. Councill Leak Thomas Hart Sayre 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) R. Nathan Hightower A.J. Lonnie Strickland III Paul Charles Wesch Tau (NC State) Richard Francis Baker III

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Upsilon (Illinois) J. Gunnar Schalin Walter Timothy Wahlfeldt Chi (Stetson) J. Patrick Figley Gabriel L. Gehret Bruce Layton Rogers Psi (Cornell) John Stuart Kirk Nicholas John Linder William Fay Newell Omega (Purdue) Thomas William Harzula Jr. Patrick John Kuhnle David Girdon Lane Gregory Vincent Linder Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Benjamin Barkley Bush Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Michael Tommey Dean John T. Owen Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Ira Timothy Hancock Albert Eben Luer Robert John Paterno Mark Edward Timmes John Jeffry Wahlen Alpha Zeta (Winthrop) David Hill Vawter Alpha Eta (Samford) David Torrence Corey James Michael Smith Dwayne Kevin Todd Alpha Theta (Michigan State) Matthew John Shaheen Alpha Iota (Auburn) William Scott Finney Ralph Shell Foster Jr. Tommy K. Hartwell J. Ernest Johnson

Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Christopher John Kozak Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Eric James Almquist John Alexander Andrews Kelley Arnold Bergstrom Jeremy Galvin Robert Anderson Lane Emerson Dawson Linney Warren Ross Madden Frank Megran Parrish III Brett Jon Toresdahl 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 Beta Alpha (NJIT) Stephen P. DePalma Patrick Guerra James A. Krucher John Francis Lee Jr. John E Pugliesi Kenneth James Scheck Jr. Brandon Thomas Sorensen David M. White Beta Beta (Florida Southern) Theodore A. Scharfenstein Beta Delta (Drake) Robert Albert Cione

Beta Epsilon (Missouri) 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 John Frederick Pierce Jeffrey Pujals Beta Theta (Arizona) Jake Craig Henderson Beta Iota (Toledo) J. Robert Shindell Mark A. Urrutia Beta Kappa (Georgia State) David Richard DeMarco

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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 Upsilon (Virginia) Glenn Albert Dickson Gamma Alpha (West Alabama) Joseph L. Alexander Richard Bryan Bonner Jason Payne Jackson Seth Campbell Jackson Gamma Beta (Old Dominion) David Simas Gamma Gamma (Troy) Laurence Scott Turrin Gamma Delta (Memphis) Thomas Lee Carter Gamma Iota (LSU) Kyle Tanner Robinson Gamma Kappa (Georgia Southern) Andrew Glenn Aspinwall Matthew Lee Woodcock Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Ronald James deValinger Jeffrey Lawrence Esola Gamma Xi (Georgia Southwestern) William Lee Finney Delta Beta (North Georgia) Richard Francis Baker Jr. Todd Lee Granger Jon Garrick Hill

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) James Scott Davidson John Cruse Peden Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte) William Carroll Jackson Jr. Richard Glenn Pope Francis Bo Clyde Proctor Jr. Delta Chi (Kansas State) G. Lawrence Keller III J. Timothy Lindemuth Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington) Billy L. Jacobs Mark Franklin Jacobs Delta Omega (Texas A&M) Thomas Brandon Sullivan Epsilon Alpha (Elon) Trent Royal Gilbert James Brett Leslie Christian Adam Wiggins Epsilon Epsilon (UVA - Wise) David Wiley Belcher Jr. David Michael Donathan James Michael Glovier Chad M. Horvat Dale Travis Kennedy Jr. Neal Lane James William Trullender Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) Chad Allen Coltrane

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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 Epsilon Phi (UAB) Scott Lane McLeod Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) David James Conn Andrew Hunter Hartwell Gregory Eric Moffett Jerritt Michael Park 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 Iota (Indiana - PA) Stephen Edward Whitby Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) Victor Charles Valencia Jr. Eta Gamma (Colorado) Michael Scott Hartman Bret Heidemann

Eta Delta (Kennesaw State) Brian Joseph Barnett Robert Donald Evans Richard Thomas Hollis Kenneth Samford Smith Justin Thomas Tysinger Eta Zeta (Queens) Scott McCants Thomas Eta Pi (Coastal Carolina) James Daniel Dukes Jr. Eta Rho (Texas State) Brett Joseph Lee Andrae Lamont Turner Eta Phi (UMBC) Matthew Edward Garono Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Benjamin Wade Johns Kenneth Joseph Oubre Benjamin Roman Eta Omega (New Mexico State) Ruben J. Talavera Theta Gamma (Buffalo) Paul Edward Parker-Thompson Theta Delta (Florida International) Alexander F. Ravelo Theta Epsilon (Kansas) Jared Wade Thurston Theta Eta (American) Justin William Angotti Theta Xi (Arizona State) Jedrick Bertram Mazion

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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 2015.

HONORARY GIFTS

In honor of John Richard Andrews Dudley Foster Woody In honor of Justin William Angotti Rachel Westra In honor of John N. Attardi Debra Attardi In honor of Scott Atkinson Matthew M Cady In honor of Thomas Hayes Atwood Spencer Earl Harper Jr. Dudley Foster Woody In honor of Richard Francis Baker, III Richard Francis Baker Jr. In honor of Wade G. Birch Mark Freeman Munsell In honor of William Robert Boulden Delta Zeta Sorority In honor of Mark Allen Brammer Michael Steve Dolianitis In honor of Jerry Thomas Brewer John Walker Brewer In honor of Robert Gene Bromley Basil John Lyberg In honor of Connor Joseph Burke Therese A. Bordeleau In honor of Bradley Scott Charlesworth Andrew S. Richards In honor of Rodney Lee Clements Elery L. Clements Jr. In honor of John Grant Clifford Carrie G. Clifford In honor of Chad Allen Coltrane Dudley Foster Woody In honor of Patrick Francis Cote Philippe A. Cote In honor of Emmett Orin Dendy John Alban Greaves Jr. Robert Fredrick Inman In honor of Ronald James deValinger Joel Thomas Conway In honor of Jeffrey J. Dill Andrew Allan Dill In honor of Christopher Ryan DiProfio Karen DiProfio Louis DiProfio In honor of Matthew David Estersohn William Fay Newell In honor of Kyle T. Feehan Golf for Kyle In honor of Dominick Anthony Ferro Richard Belz Ronny Benkin Kristen Berman Gina Bonura John Brower Michael Camastro Byron Chandler Linda Cinelli Eric Clemente

Carli Clementi Douglas Cornwell Salvatore Ferro Raffaela Markey Seth Selesnow Frank Stehlik Brianna Sullivan Sal Vines In honor of J. Patrick Figley John-Frazier Strickland In honor of Dennis David Fink Daniel Mark Abraham Jr. In honor of Thomas Joseph Fournier Thomas Joseph Fournier In honor of Connor Timothy Gillen Michele Gillen Christina Zarich In honor of Marc Edward Gmuca Jessica Schauble In honor of James Harris Golicz Julie Golicz John Spooner In honor of David Lee Gordon David Lee Ewigman In honor of Franklin Jeffrey Gronde Edwin Ward Norris In honor of Brent Allan Grunig Andrew Jordan Fischette In honor of Benito Hernandez Johnny Moreno Jr. In honor of Mark Franklin Jacobs Timothy Scott Hebson Durward Warren Owen Dudley Foster Woody In honor of Carl Ragnar Johnson Thomas Lucht In honor of Nicholas Tyler Julian Minghan Chang In honor of Chad Douglas Kibler Julie M. Kibler In honor of Patrick John Kuhnle William Fay Newell In honor of Conor Liam Langan Kevin Langan Joseph P. Conway In honor of Chad F. Langley John William Langley In honor of Nicholas John Linder Gregory Vincent Linder In honor of Michael Joseph Lotito M. Felicia Lotito In honor of Tracy David Maddux David Simas In honor of James Philip Maloney Bailey Hamm In honor of Michael Andrew Mazzella Certa Cote Inc In honor of James David McGhee, Jr. Allison Carpenter

In honor of Jason Aaron Merchey Arthur Sevak Charchian In honor of Robb Alexander Olivieri Phillip Keith Cates Andrew Roy Hastings In honor of Durward Warren Owen James Thomas Karlovec William Fay Newell In honor of Parker Holmes Petit Michael Vincent Cowan In honor of Gerald Patrick Philbin Eileen Philbin In honor of Arthur John Quickenton Ronald James deValinger In honor of Dean Joseph Rogener Diane Rogener Scott Rogener In honor of William Joseph Sanchez Andrew Scott Cohen In honor of Fred Nicholas Santaite Maryjane Santaite In honor of Benjamin Charles Schuler Debra Ollom Microsoft In honor of Christopher Allan Shade Matthew Paul Brown In honor of Todd Shelton Matthew Charles Diegel Gary Ridge Sugg In honor of Chester Rodney Smallwood Roland Martin Berry In honor of Brandon Thomas Sorensen William Fay Newell In honor of Gary Ridge Sugg Gregory Philip Swierzewski In honor of Thomas Brandon Sullivan Robert Edward Daugird In honor of Nicholas Shea Stapleton Joseph Bryant Bodenheimer In honor of Logan Daniel Stugart Maija Mueller In honor of Mark Edward Timmes Elizabeth A. Fehr Dudley Foster Woody In honor of William Henry Turner Chandler L. Smith In honor of Louis Paul Venturello Matthew Griffin Brooks In honor of Michael Thomas Villante Karen Caravella Jeanine Musacchio Donna Villante In honor of John Jeffry Wahlen Dudley Foster Woody In honor of Rachel Westra Wesley Long Breeden Jacqueline C. Westra In honor of Christian Adam Wiggins Dudley Foster Woody

In honor of Matthew Lee Woodcock Andrew Bremer In honor of Dudley Foster Woody James Sylvester Stump Jr. In honor of Alpha Kappa Chapter Robert David Budlong Ankita Mangal In honor of Alpha Iota Chapter William Christopher Parsons In honor of Beta Xi Chapter Mary Osborne In honor of Gamma Nu Chapter James Russell Wirshing In honor of Epsilon Beta Chapter Robert David Budlong In honor of Zeta Eta Chapter Austin M. Arias

MEMORIAL GIFTS

In memory of Harold Lowell Ashman Nicholas John Jenkins In memory of Ralph W Asplen, III Ralph W Asplen In memory of John Stephen Baker Philip Wayne Luckie In memory of Danny Gerard Barth Douglas Bryon Barth In memory of Stephen Michael Bastean Alfred John Caniglia III Joshua R. Davenport Aaron M. Emerson Joseph William Morgan In memory of Chad Michael Beaty Stephen Joseph Markee In memory of Steven John Borowiec Dwayne Kevin Todd In memory of Raymond Calvin Braddy Annette G. Braddy In memory of Albert Paul Brown William Fay Newell In memory of David Lee Burdick Ronald Neil Raskin In memory of Peter Haskell Burks James S. Hess In memory of Thomas E. Camp, III Thomas E. Camp IV In memory of Joseph Martin Canero Louis John Parducci Jr. In memory of Brian William Cari Patrick Christopher Gallagher In memory of Landon Richard Daniel Casillas Benjamin Wade Johns In memory of Kevin Ellis Cathey James Ronald Banks In memory of Robert Clyde Cline Carolyn J. Cline In memory of Charles Edward Colletta Iris H. Colletta

Italics indicates deceased

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In memory of Ray Douglas Hartwell Andrew Hunter Hartwell Thomas Burt Peterson In memory of Frank DuBois Havard Alan Patrick Duesterhaus Arthur John Quickenton In memory of Frank Howard Hawthorne Sr. J. Ernest Johnson In memory of Charles Wesly Huffmyer Daniel C Reynolds In memory of Michael Matsurra Benjamin Janda Hofilena Jr. In memory of Charles Obina Moka Jr. Daniel Mack Perlin In memory of Walter Gostin Jarrell Jr. Maurice Phillip Deyoung In memory of Ragnar Edward Johnson Carl Ragnar Johnson In memory of Wallie Bernard Jones, Jr. Richard Gardiner Anderson In memory of Kyle Jay Kolligian Julie and Mark Douglass In memory of Frank Lewis Lane Walter Hays Pickens, III In memory of Timothy Clarence Lee Andrae Lamont Turner In memory of Cameron Martin Lindsay Steven James Wawak Zachary Sherman Osburn In memory of Phillip Myers Lomax Daniel Cole Ray II In memory of Donald James Lynn James Thomas Johnson In memory of Griffin McCarthy John Charles Brockmann In memory of Otis Roberts McCollum Richard Gardiner Anderson In memory of Roy Franklin McDonald, III Joseph Gerard Clemmer Matthew Jason Goyer Jamie Shriver Horner Virgil Ray Moore David William Sweeney Eric Wehde Vehige Michael Richard Zolezzi In memory of Jason Danby McDowell Thomas Martin Kopera In memory of David K Michael Dennis Edward Kettler David Victor Pavesic In memory of Kurt Allan Moll Michael Dean Giesmann In memory of Armando Vincent Monge Henry Franklin Dougan In memory of Jason Eric Neeman Andrew T. Priestap Brandon B. Wehner In memory of James Edward Nettles James Boykin Newman In memory of George Wilshire Penington Jr. David Harold Jaffee In memory of Anthony Jason Perez Christian R. Camarena Mario Fernandez

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Kevin Jessurum Roberto Navarro Jeon Michael Querol Erick Ramirez Alain David Sanchez In memory of Douglas E Pressler Scott Cunningham Swafford In memory of James Andrew Quinn, II David Harold Jaffee Frederick Michael Klopp Walter Hays Pickens III Danny John Petri Frank Thomas Wrenn III Gordon Barnes Wright In memory of Robert Allen Rankin Dana Thomas Ingram III In memory of John Joseph Ribar, Jr. Andrew Joseph Calienes John Cruse Peden Christopher Ray Ponce Jay Joseph Stuckel In memory of Lance Wellmon Rutter Yohan Ng In memory of Matthew Gavin Rzyski Jaime A. Varela Jr. In memory of John Glen Shiley Charles Allen Krblich In memory of Matthew Castro Shlonsky Eric W. Lynch In memory of Joshua Eric Steele Jacob Patrick Morris In memory of Frank Salvatore Tamburrino Brent Allan Grunig In memory of John Manalcus Templeton Jerry Thomas Brewer In memory of Jason Ramon Tirado Shawn Michael Daniels Matthew Scott Ripley In memory of James Clinton Turk Edward Lyons Corson II Chad M. Horvat Durward Warren Owen In memory of Brian Scotty Ulbrich Larry Brent Kirk In memory of Barbara Scharfenstein Durward Warren Owen In memory of Vernon Albert Sodawasser Robert Morgan Moody In memory of Phillip Max Summers Wesley Long Breeden John Walker Brewer Max Allen Fawley Thomas William Harzula Jr. Patrick John Kuhnle J. Timothy Lindemuth Michael Scott Loy Tracy David Maddux Andrew Dennis McCarthy Brian Coleman McDonald David Dwight Morgan Sr. William Fay Newell Heath Michael Osburn Durward Warren Owen Todd Andrew Waldman

In memory of Robert John Wilcox Robert Albert Cione John Francis Lee Jr. William Fay Newell Walter Keith Sheppard In memory of Allen Oat Woody, III Richard Gardiner Anderson Thomas Hayes Atwood Edward Joseph Bennett Christopher James Besse Jerry Thomas Brewer Kathleen Brown Thomas Lee Carter Eugene Hildreth Cassell Jr. Carrie G. Clifford Nicholas and Alison Conte Joseph Patrick Donohue Stephen A. Esworthy Elizabeth A. Fehr J. Patrick Figley Robert Eastwood Glenn Robert George Gray Justin Vance Griggs Phillip Lloyd Hamilton Matthew Eric Hunt David Harold Jaffee J. Ernest Johnson James A. Krucher Albert Ernest Lietzau V Michael Scott Loy Daniel John Ludwig Christopher Lee McGown David Dwight Morgan Sr. Spencer Chase Munro William Fay Newell Kenneth Joseph Oubre Clark Owen Jr. Durward Warren Owen Robert John Paterno Benjamin Pendry James William Pickens Donald Joseph Potter Jr. Jennifer A. Purdue Robert Frost Riley III Tod Nelson Senne Jo Woody Shaw Carl Beverly Sherertz James Sylvester Stump Jr. Mark Edward Timmes Kenneth Neil Triplett Larry Stanton Wiese Christian Adam Wiggins Joshua J. Wolinski A. B. Woody Alpha Chi Chapter (Miami ) Boys and Girls Clubs Franklin County High School (Class of '65) Fraternity & Sorority PAC Kappa Alpha Order Roanoke College Woods Rogers PLC In memory of Stephen Earle Wrenn James Alexander Ransom In memory of Christopher Emile Yanni Jephren Hiram Perez

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HONORARY & MEMORIAL GIFTS

In memory of Walter Warren Cox Betty M. Cox In memory of Connor Cunningham Daniel Patrick Gunn In memory of Thomas Watson Dalton Jr. Richard Francis Baker Jr. In memory of Alton Walker Davis Lee William Davis In memory of Mikel Davis Bruce Earl Tanner In memory of Charles Ray Deaton Robert Morgan Moody In memory of Stephen Minot Deftos Linda H. Deftos In memory of Lumir Emil Dostal Jr. Karl Wendell Griffith In memory of Tom Duckett James H Motos In memory of James Burrows Edwards David Harold Jaffee Durward Warren Owen In memory of Jonathon Craig Ellinger William Garrett Hamblen In memory of Leroy Harold Esworthy, II Stephen A. Esworthy In memory of Joseph Michael Faley Mark A. Urrutia In memory of Joseph Patrick Fitzmorris Steven John Austin In memory of Karl Malcolm Gibbon J. Gunnar Schalin In memory of Ryan P. Ginther David Ryan Barberi Ryan Thomas Barr Derek John Berger David A. Bernhardt Matthew Bernhardt Jared Virgil Burkhart Christopher Richard Cole Kyle Philip Field Nicholas Gretka Cora Woody Harvey Brian Richard Hodare Nicholas Alan Kechkaylo Wayne Alan Lacy Michael C. McLaughlin James O’Donnell Jeremy Richard Osborne Alex Joseph Pipitone Kevin James Primeau Isaac Aaron Rowls Thomas John Sullivan Timothy David Szczesniak Nicholas Allan Trausch Jason David Uppleger In memory of Richard Lee Goetz Patricia Goetz In memory of James Harry Gritton Robert Morgan Moody In memory of Jabe Vernon Hardee, II William Earl Maycock In memory of Eldred John Harman Warren Ross Madden Frank Megran Parrish III


WE CONTINUE TO SEE first-hand the positive the impact of The Ability Experience. Our Pi Kappa Phi chapters continue to increase their engagement and fundraising. In 2015, we did a wonderful job putting our mission into action during each of our summer events. Simply put, more young men are having meaningful experiences serving people with disabilities. The numbers tell the story—we are having an impact in communities across the country in a meaningful way. 152 chapters volunteered more than 46,787 hours with locally partnered organizations. Over 83% of chapters held a revenue generating event with 13 chapters raising an average of more than $100 per man. 104 chapters raised over $1,000 and 25 chapters raised over $5,000. Almost 50% of all chapters had at least one member participate in a national Ability Experience events. As we look forward, The Ability Experience will continue to focus on developing more service opportunities at the local chapter level to impact more students and people of all abilities. MARK ADAMSON Chairman, The Ability Experience

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THE ABILITY EXPERIENCE GIVING Donors are listed by giving level for the 2015 fiscal year. This does not include gifts to team events or chapter fundraising. Icon Key  Pi Alpha

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$100,000 or more Bruce & Sally Rogers Pi Kappa Phi Foundation

$50,000 — $99,999 $25,000 — $49,999 $10,000 — $24,999

Corey Dillon, Zeta Phi (Colorado State) Bob Lane, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) Carla McMullan Delta Gamma Foundation The Walton Group

$5,000 — $9,999

Durran Coley Michael Davis, Psi (Cornell) John Powers, Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Bill Powers Stanley Tatum Bank of America EZE Foundation

$2,500 — ­ $4,999

Rett Abner, Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Amy Belnap George Blank Jenkins Chan, Alpha Delta (Washington) Julie Crawford Harold Deal Joe Graham, Zeta Phi (Colorado State) Jesse Hare, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Donald Hendricks Larry Keller, Delta Chi (Kansas State) Jeff Korb, Beta Eta (Florida State) Ian McSalley, Delta Delta (Truman State) Lisa Meredith Ronald Offutt Kurt Schulenburg, Omega (Purdue) Kelly & Sue Stacy The Community Foundation For The National Capital Grainger Matching Gifts Program Greystone Servicing Corporation Inc. West Coast Transport Services Inc.

$1,000 — $2,499

Mark Adamson, Sigma (South Carolina) Josefina Aguinaldo Miguel Aguinaldo Francis Ahrens, Theta Lambda (Missouri State)

Nelson Colt Allen, Gamma Gamma (Troy) Tanner Bacon, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Adam & Amanda Bacon, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Steven Bandy Hank Barnes, Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Mike Barnes, Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Timothy Barnes, Gamma Nu (LaGrange) Michael Batres, Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) Daniel Beeks Erik Berg David Beshears Charles Bishop, Gamma Phi (South Alabama) Joel Blankenship, Delta Chi (Kansas State) Steve Bohner Theresa Bossu Wes Breeden, Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Serjio Brereda, Beta Nu (Houston) Tom Brophey Ray Brown Christine Brown Andrew Bublitz, Iota Rho (Western Illinois) Bob Bux, Alpha Delta (Washington) Shana Callahan Mary Carpenter Austin Carr, Omega (Purdue) Marolous Cebulka Lois Clough Jeff Colburn, Epsilon Phi (UAB) Kevin Collins Billy Cooke, Omega (Purdue) Jeffrey Cooke Susan Crawford Susan Cring Steven Dibble, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Cheryl Donaldson Carolyn Donaldson Mike Dunn Tim Eberle Rebecca Foster Robert Foster Patricia Gheen Paul Gilbert Noah Ginsburg, Zeta (Wofford) Linda Gloyeske Joann Goff Terry Graham, Gamma Upsilon (Oklahoma State) Michael Haislet Kelly Hall Glen & Jeanine Halva-Neubauer Dianna Hansbury Catherine Harrison Todd Hawkins Sandy Hecht Johnny Heisler, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Michael Hook Andrew Hopping Joe Horning Carl Hruska John Hunter Santiago Hyslop, Iota Beta (Texas - San Antonio) Brad Jensen, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Matthew Keller, Delta Chi (Kansas State) Robert Knowling Susan Larimer Henry LaRosa, Eta Pi (Coastal Carolina) Thomas Layman

Bud Lehner Tony Lizarraga Alan Loke Kim Looney Sergio Lopez Sergio Lopez, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Rebecca Luke Basil Lyberg, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Mike Mamic David Marks Sharon Martin Douglas & Lori Matthews Stephanie Maxwell John & Patricia Mazzone Denise Miles Chase Miller Regina Moody Lawrence Morton Michael Muse, Theta (Cincinnati) Anne Myers Brian Nemoy, Iota Omega (Nevada - Las Vegas) Bob & Jane Newblom Marilyn Noonan Rudy Ochs Christi Offutt Bharat Patel Chad & Crista Perce, Zeta Zeta (North Florida) Susan Prock Stephen Ramey, Delta (Furman) Everett Randle, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Fabrin Randolph Carolyn Robinson Ricardo Rodriguez Jeremy Roy, Alpha Lambda (Ole Miss) Zack Schuler, Zeta Mu (Cal State - Northridge) John Schumacher, Beta Delta (Drake) Leo Seal Eric Searls, Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) William Sigmon, Alpha Sigma (Tennessee) Phillip Sipiora, Beta Eta (Florida State) Sigrid Snider Carl & Christine Stamp Charlie Stanton, Alpha Delta (Washington) Blake & Carole Stapper Tammie Steinard Derick Steinard, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Duane Stone Timothy Stookey Phil Tappy, Lambda (Georgia) David Thomas Cole Thompson Harold Tool Edzard Van Santen Jeff & Kris Wahlen, Alpha Epsilon (Florida State) Haden Walker Will Welch, Epsilon Pi (Virginia Commonwealth) Jacqualynn Whiting William Wilby Rachel Wilday Jonathan Wilson Michael Wright, Epsilon Iota (UNC - Greensboro) Jennifer Wright Christian Ybarbo, Beta Nu (Houston) AmazonSmile Association Member Benefits Advisors Avon Wesleyan Church CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Bank of America Matching Gifts Chipotle Mexican Grill Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Combined Federal Fund #990 The Dallas Foundation Dave White Chevrolet East Bay Community Foundation Epsilon Theta Alumni Chapter Give With Liberty Golden Rule Insurance Company Macedonia Methodist Church Murray Foundation NC Alpha Delta Kappa Ohio State Eagles Olympus Company Phi Sigma Sigma / Kappa Chapter Sandridge Partners SEIU Florida Public Services Union Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Co. St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis LLP Welch Entertainment LLC Zeta Zeta Housing Corporation

$500 — $999

Eli Aguirre, Eta Rho (Texas State) Margie Alexander Jerrod Allen, Beta Nu (Houston) Mark Allers, Iota (Georgia Tech) Kristopher Alvarez, Theta Delta (Florida International) Linda Appleby Sheila Austin Mansour Azizkhani Randall Babin, Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) George Balhoff Christopher Bandy Mark Bartkoski John Bartolozzi, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Andrew Batista, Beta Eta (Florida State) Charles Batt Terri Bell Michael Bell Beth Beshears Gregory Billick Eric Bissonette Jim Blasco Sandra Boles Terrence Bond Frank Bossu Colin Brannagan, Alpha Theta (Michigan State) Thomas Brooks Joshua Brothers, Alpha Delta (Washington) Gary Brown Daire Browne Cody Budzyn, Alpha Theta (Michigan State) Pews Bulvinas, Beta Nu (Houston) Kendra Buscho Matt & Martine Cady, Eta Lambda (Brockport) Chris Cain, Zeta Eta (South Florida) Robert Calderon, Theta Delta (Florida International) Brian Caliendo Paul Caliendo Matt Campbell Charles Cannon Barbara Caplan Catherine Cappel Tommy Carrato, Upsilon (Illinois) Cynthia Chandler

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Peter Chapman Lesly Charanza Mick Charles, Kappa (UNC - Chapel Hill) Rodney Clough Jean Cooke Richard Coppin Blake Corley Russell Corrigan Troy Davis Barry Davison James DeGreif, Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Alan M. Pesti, Delta Beta (North Georgia) Gregory DeLorenzo JoJo DeVita, Alpha Kappa (Michigan) Ishani Dhillon Sloan Dickey, Theta Zeta (George Washington) Todd Dipaola, Gamma (UC - Berkeley) Greg Doudnikoff Frank Drowota, Beta Upsilon (Virginia) Alan Duesterhaus, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) Logan Duncan, Delta Delta (Truman State) Echevarria, Alpha Chi (Miami) Andrea Edenfield Linda Ekdahl Alex Emeigh, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Dale Engan Silpa Everton Tyler Falk Robert Fielding Jeff Finn, Theta Kappa (Baylor) Clifford Fischer Gary Fisher Robert Flora Barney Fortunato, Theta Nu (Delaware) Collin Foster, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Parker Foster, Zeta Theta (Texas - Austin) Nelson Christopher Frech, Iota Xi (Texas - Dallas) Richard Gacke Blake Gershowitz, Beta Beta (Florida Southern) Madhuchanda Ghose Marco Gibson Jacob Gilbert Nathan Glassell, Beta Nu (Houston) Bryan Gold, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Sam Goldenberg Howie Goldsmith, Psi (Cornell) Nat Gombis, Alpha Phi (Illinois Inst. of Tech.) Tesi Gonzalez Donna Green Karyn Gregorius Jeffrey W Griffiths Kris Grosshans Deshe’ Gully, Theta Sigma (Cal State - Long Beach) Susan Haas Bobbi Hageman Sean Hallisey, Theta Zeta (George Washington) Phillip Hamilton, Theta Delta (Florida International) Richard Hamilton Frank Hand Nicholas Hart, Delta Delta (Truman State) Robb Harvey Tim Hebson, Alpha Eta (Samford) Steven Heinekamp Aaron Herrington, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Elizabeth Higbie Jon Highum Jay Holley, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Crystal Houston Ryan Hruska David Hunt

Erik Isernhagen Thomas Jackson Tina James Kyle James, Omega (Purdue) Herb Jarrett Elissa Johnson Ulrich Jonen Linda Jordan Patrick Joseph Alane Kadel Carrie Kantor Jim Karlovec, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Michael Keim Kenneth Kilgore Kenneth Kilgore Dean Kim Colton King W. Clay King Tom Kopydlowski, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Paul Krieger Pat Kuhnle, Omega (Purdue) Scott & Janice Lampert Huong Le Tim Lindemuth, Delta Chi (Kansas State) Alan Liu, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Dave Lizak, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH) Carolyn Locke Miguel Lopez, Theta Xi (Arizona State) David Lundberg Roy Mace John Magary John Manfredonia Molly Mansch Alex Marquez Viola Martell Terrence Martell Kevin Maybury Cynthia McBride Jay McBride, Eta Zeta (Queens) Carolyn McDonald Debbie McKee Matt McKee, Omega (Purdue) Chris McVey, Beta Iota (Toledo) Jack Milford, Delta Delta (Truman State) Sue Miller Christopher Miller Ellen Milner Sandra Mobley Matthew Montgomery, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Jon Moore, Theta Epsilon (Kansas) Kelly Moran J P Morgan David Morgan, Beta Omicron (Northwestern State) Robert Morgan-Beesley, Alpha Zeta (Oregon State) Mahnoor Mukarram Saytha Muse Rita Newell Paul Noah Tim & Tina Norman Michael O’Connell, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Van Oleson Jay Onorati, Theta Rho (Western Michigan) Andrew Parker, Omega (Purdue) Susie Pecoraro Jeff Perlman, Gamma Delta (Memphis) Margret Powell Billy Price Linda Prock Lance Pyle Michael Redditt

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Andrew Brow, Eta Phi (UMBC) Stephen Brown Kim Brunner William Bryant Joseph Buckley Donald Budzyn Brad Bujnowski John Bumpus Noah Burke, Kappa Alpha (Case Western) Daniel Burke Michael Burke Richard Bythewood Jane Callahan Lucile Callahan Gloria Callais Evan Camejo, Kappa Delta (Florida Atlantic) Tracey Campbell Dorothy Cardullo Chris Carr, Alpha Psi (Indiana) Robert Carr Courtney Carr Emily Carroll Tom Carter, Gamma Delta (Memphis) Tyler Cauble Mary Choe Mary Christian Dan Clark, Theta Psi (RIT) William Collins, Zeta Epsilon (George Mason) John Conner David Conrad Nancy Conravey Joseph Conway Mark Corbo David Corey, Alpha Eta (Samford) Okaloosa County United Way Jeffrey Creighton, Alpha Delta (Washington) Drew Cring, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Karen Crow Timmy Curran, Epsilon Tau (St. Joseph’s) Jodi Dacar Alex Daily, Alpha Eta (Samford) Deborah Dart W. Clay Davenport Linda Davis Kimberly Davis Fred Davis Cynthia Davis

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Derik De Bruin Austin Dean, Alpha Lambda (Ole Miss) Cathleen Deary Don DeFord Shawn Douglas Deines, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Larry Quinn Kurt Ingerick Rick Bohner Joanne DeMenna Luke DeMenna, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Andrew DeNucci, Beta Iota (Toledo) Steve DePalma, Beta Alpha (NJIT) Eli DeQuiroz, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Rakesh Desai David DeSutter Phil Deyoung, Beta Eta (Florida State) Doug Dibble Chad DiGregorio, Iota Omega (Nevada - Las Vegas) Brenda DiMarco Roya Dinbali Gordie Dolven, Alpha Psi (Indiana) Annette Donahey Tina Donahoe Art Dooley Laurie Dotter Bety Doudniof Chris Dourov, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Alex Dourov Alexander Drtil Kevin Dubbins Matrice Dudley Bill Easley Grace Eberle John Edmond, Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Norah Egner Kurt Elste Mary Emeigh John Englehardt, Iota (Georgia Tech) Keith Esca Mark Ettenhofer Greg Evans, Epsilon Mu (Bradley) Debbie Fallon Trish Farrell Ryan Fasano, Epsilon Mu (Bradley) Russ Faulkner, Delta Psi (Texas - Arlington) Ruth Ferguson Craig Filar, Beta Eta (Florida State)

Karen Finlayson Mark Fisher, Omega (Purdue) Tish Flavin Matthew Flemer, Alpha Nu (Ohio State) Janel Foerstel Todd Foje Cynthia Formas Barney Fortunato, Theta Nu (Stony Brook) Ben Fox, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Joseph Fox, Theta Mu (UMass - Amherst) James Franz Shane Freeman, Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) David Friedler Richard Fritz Mark Fritz Brett Fry, Beta Iota (Toledo) Johnna Fullen Dexter Fuller Freda Gaskins Nick Gaskins Buzzy Geduld Gerald George Austin Gibson, Theta Theta (Iowa) Shane Gillespie Joseph Gimpel Richard Gold Jason Goldenberg, Alpha Chi (Miami) Manuel Gonzalez Lawrence Gordon Gary Green David Greene, Gamma Iota (LSU) Julia Groark Kathryn Grunig Sylvia Guajardo Jill Tracy Guerin John Guthrie Yvonne Gutsell Susan Haas Lawrence Haass Terry Hackett Katherine Hamann Lee Ann Hamblen Elizabeth Hamlin Daniel Hansbury, Gamma Tau (North Texas) Jay Harmon Rick Harrington Ellen Harrison

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Kevin McGee, Delta Tau (James Madison) Timothy McGinnis Maria McGuire Mark McKee Clark McKeever Elizabeth McKenna Parker McNally, Gamma Tau (North Texas) Dan Meindl, Xi (Roanoke) Matt Menard, Zeta (Wofford) Peter Mensinger John Mentzer Cole Miller, Theta Sigma (Cal State - Long Beach) Alex Miller Theresa Milone Leonidas Miranda Antonio Miranda Vanessa Miranda Cory Montague Cassidy Steven Moore, Beta Nu (Houston) Victoria Moreno Mina Motamedi Mark Motley John Muckel Joseph Mulvehill Melpo Murdakes Ryan Murphy, Kappa Gamma (Montana) Tanner Musser, Omega (Purdue) Timothy Nahley Douglas Nelson Kim Nerone Samuel Newblom, Omega (Purdue) Rob Newell, Theta Psi (RIT) Devon Nguyen, Theta Sigma (Cal State - Long Beach) Cynthia Nolet Jeremy Norris, Theta Alpha (Southern Mississippi) Wayne Odom John O’Donnell Monica O’Keefe Robb Olivieri, Iota Omicron (Iona) Dennis O’Neill James Robert O’Neill, Alpha Nu (Ohio State) Rich Osborne, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) John Owen, Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma) Julia Paas Jessica Paciello Robert Palatella Rosemary Palmer Austin Palmer Gregory Parella Thomas Pechin, Omega (Purdue) Nick Pellegrini, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Drayton Perkins, Alpha Alpha (Mercer) Brian Perkins, Alpha Delta (Washington) Sean Perme Kevin Perrin Todd Peterson, Gamma Delta (Memphis) S. Arthur Peterson Virginia Politz Cynthia Porterfield Allen Powers Ashley Pritchett Nancy Putnam Ron Pyron Carol Raimo Anthony Rambow Erick Ramirez, Theta Delta (Florida International) Matt Ratliff, Delta Delta (Truman State) Priti Ravani Erick Ray, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Patrick Reber, Iota Eta (Embry-Riddle) CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Andrew Hartwell, Epsilon Psi (Slippery Rock) Justin Harvey, Eta Upsilon (Miami - OH) Aaron Hasson, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Mark Hawkins Spencer Haworth, Beta Xi (Central Michigan) Joe Hayden Jeffrey Heath Kim Hees Laird Heikens Terry Hemmings Jane Hemmings Edgar Hernandez Peter Herrick, Iota Phi (Loyola New Orleans) Gary Hershberger Curt Herzog, Theta Lambda (Missouri State) Alan Heuberger Daniel Hexter Shepard Hicks Mike Hill, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Marvin Hill Mike Hilt Petronella Hilt Alexander Hinesley Susan Hoagburg Kelly Hobbie, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Patrick Hobbins, Omega (Purdue) Denis Hobbins William Hobbs Robert Hogan Robert Hollis Wistar Holt, Delta Delta (Truman State) Steve Holton Owen Hook Jason Horn David Hoyt Pamela Hoyt Morgan Hruska Nicole Hruska Nathan Hughes Jolynn Humphrey Lynn Hunsaker Marianne Hutchison Sigrist Cheek Huyser B.K. Im Sarah Ingerick Ben Ingram, Zeta (Wofford) Jean Inman Edwin Isabella Trudy Jacobson Steven James Steve James Carmen Jandacek Matthew Jaquez Bryan Jividen Scott Jobe, Delta Eta (Morehead State) Linda Johnson Todd Jones Thomas Joynt Nicholas Julian, Theta Mu (UMass - Amherst) Linda Kahler Michael Kane Dan Kane, Alpha Chi (Miami) Cindy Kapp Andrew Katz William Keepers Kevin Keizer Tiffany Kellner Brandon Kelly, Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) Lisa Kelly Lynn Key


Elizabeth Rhind Tim Rhinehartt Harley Rhodes, Gamma Upsilon (Oklahoma State) Reed Richards, Eta Chi (Texas Christian) Susan Rimmel Jason Rini, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Robert Ripley Brian Rivenburgh Syed Rizvi, Theta Zeta (George Washington) Jeff Roach Matt Robbins, Eta Mu (Wingate) James Roberson Sally Robertson Allen Rosker Ryan Prock Monica Ryan Nima Sadeghi, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Adam Samazin, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Rhonda Samples Linda Schlachter Donna Schmidt Mark Schmidt Luke Schmiegel, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Rebecca Schroeder Paul Schultz Jason Schutte, Kappa Alpha (Case Western) Jonathan Seligson David Senior Lidia Serrano The Sesek Family Chris Shade, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) David & Lindsay Shanklin, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Susan Shay Marilyn Shea-Stonum Megan Sheetz Steven Sheibley, Epsilon Phi (UAB) Toni Sholty Hussien Shousehr Alex Shrum, Omega (Purdue) Anna Shumway Arturo Silveira, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Bruce Sipiora Cary Sipiora Devin Slater, Kappa Gamma (Montana) James Slusher Robin Smith Tracey Smith Mischelle Snider Branden Snodgrass, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Teryl Snodgrass Scott Sohr James Sohr Dianna Solis Barry Sossamon Sue Spaulding Lynn Spradlin Logan Stang, Delta Sigma (Bowling Green) Nancy Stapper Tom Steele Michael Stevens Carole Stevens AJ Stockwell, Theta Xi (Arizona State) Thomas Stoddard Mitchell Stone, Theta Iota (Washington State) Ziggy Stubelek Elisa Sullivan Myles Sullivan, Delta Alpha (Virginia Tech) Spenser Suski, Omega (Purdue) Anne Sutherland Ken Sutter, Beta Iota (Toledo)

Rosanne Sutter Dino Taylor, Delta Lambda (UNC - Charlotte) Tracy Taylor Todd Temples Scott Terry Robert Thagard Ken Thomas Gordon Thomen Lisa Thompson Matt Thompson Andrew Thorson, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Janet Timm Laurie Tirums Steve Toney, Zeta Rho (Cal State - Fullerton) Harrison Tool, Alpha Epsilon (Florida) Barbara Trease Tiffany Tubbs David Tyndall Carlton Uselman Mike Valentine, Epsilon Pi (Virginia Commonwealth) Allan Valiente, Theta Delta (Florida International) Frank Van Buren Jodi Van Oss Neal Vespe, Delta Tau (James Madison) John Visconi, Theta Nu (Delaware) Natasha Vogel Paul Votaw Charlene Wadsworth Jeffrey Wagner Robert Waldele Bruce Wallace Daphne Wallace Bubba Wallace, Beta Iota (Toledo) Pamela Walsh Julie Waltz Carter Wampler Barbara Ware Carolann Weishar Charles Weishar Eric Weiss, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Conor Welsch, Beta Iota (Toledo) Eric Westfall Zachary White, Alpha Phi (Illinois Inst. of Tech.) Thomas White Jeremy White, Alpha Zeta (Oregon State) Tom & Carolee Whitehill Deborah Whittle Michael Wilbourn, Zeta Phi (Colorado State) Rick Wilhelm, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Linda Williams Gloria Wilson Dana Wingate E Winslow Paul Witkop Chris Wittenborn, Eta Gamma (Colorado) Dudley Woody, Xi (Roanoke) Allen Woody, Xi (Roanoke) Barbara Worrell Maureen Wright Dan Wrona, Zeta Chi (Albright) Keith Yarak Sahand Yazdanyar, Eta Phi (UMBC) Kathy Young William Zajac, Alpha Theta (Michigan State) Aetna Foundation Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Beta Chapter Alpha Delta Pi Sorority / Gamma Rho Chapter Alpha Phi / Beta Pi Chapter Back Home In Lahaina BCD Travel USA

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gourmet FRATERNITY

BY TODD SHELTON PHOTOS BY JOHNNY ANDREWS

AFTER MONTHS OF SEEING PHOTOS of some

pretty amazing dishes scroll through my Facebook News Feed, I finally decided to get the scoop on a man named Wallace Crosby, Sigma (South Carolina). And I was amazed to learn that this incredible food was being served up each and every day at the Sigma Chapter house at the University of South Carolina. I knew dining on campuses today was generally a much better experience than when I was a student, but I had no idea fraternity house dining could be virtually gourmet.

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In early January 2009, the philosophy of dining began to change for the better at Sigma Chapter when Wallace Crosby was hired as the temporary house director. With a hospitality background that began in a Boy Scout Camp kitchen in 1973 and continued through his career with Marriott Hotels and Marriott Management Services, Crosby is not new to food and dining. As he worked his way through Marriott’s management training program, he learned about every job within a hotel and ultimately landed in the catering department. “Being a sales manager is where my knowledge of food blossomed,” explains Crosby. “I learned all about food costs and balancing a menu, including color, shape and texture.” The most important part, Crosby says, is eating with all of your senses.

Above: Grilled salmon with lemon dill butter served with roasted tricolor fingerling potatoes and grilled asparagus

In March 2016, Wallace was named Fraternity House Director of the Year at the University of South Carolina

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Chicken Piccata with Chef T's wild mushroom parmesan risotto and grilled asparagus

Student Favs? Some of their favorite lunches are barbecue or buffalo chicken flat breads and Peruvian shrimp tacos. A new addition they like are steak burrito bowls and Chef T does particularly great from scratch chicken tenders. London broil, salmon and chicken piccata are some of the favorite dinners but they also love tri-color cheese tortellini in roasted red pepper cream, spaghetti bolognese and lasagna. We also make a pretty good gumbo and chicken bog. And of course, who doesn’t love some good southern fried chicken with macaroni and cheese?

Yes, we really do eat like this! –Wallace Crosby

“One night when I was building a plate, one of the guys asked me why I go to so much trouble,” Crosby recalls. “My answer was simple: You eat with all of your senses. If a plate looks good and smells good, then it’s most likely going to taste good.”

A New Approach at Sigma “I don’t remember at what point the light actually came on and I figured out that managing this house would be just like managing a small hotel,” says Crosby. Hired as the temporary house director in January 2009, Crosby remembers his early days at the Sigma Chapter. He wasn’t going to make changes to the food service; he was only going to be there for a few months. Later that spring semester, however, Crosby realized it was time for a change. “I had been in the kitchen making macaroni and cheese,” Crosby recalls. “I got what I wanted out of the pan and offered the rest to whoever was there.

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One of the guys told me, ‘This macaroni is better than my grandmother’s.’” Crosby was honored by the compliment. “Not only be compared to, but better than someone’s grandmother’s cooking. It told me that I was not the only one who didn’t like cook’s food. That is when I decided that if I was to going to remain things had to change.” The dining experience at the Sigma Chapter has come a long way since that first semester. Many cooks and assistants have come and gone, but Crosby has continued to raise the bar. He’s also continued to hone his own culinary skills. Crosby remembers meeting alumnus Jim Quinn, Sigma (South Carolina), early in his tenure at 4 Fraternity Circle. It was Quinn who taught many members of the Sigma Chapter, including Crosby, about the southern art of barbecue. “Jim was a great help to me with the chapter, and we often talked about how to improve the kitchen,” says Crosby.

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Grilled London broil with garlic mashed redskin potatoes and grilled asparagus

And as the chapter grew, so too did the culinary staff in Columbia. Sam Young joined #TeamWallace, as the Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders participants affectionately refer to it each summer, a few years ago. Young’s tenure as the head cook at the Sigma Chapter was transformational. Wallace Crosby

“That is when our dining program started to take off,” says Crosby, who speaks fondly of his former colleague. Young also hired Tavaras “T” Mattison to assist with the dining operation part-time. Last spring, Young decided to finish his college degree, and Mattison took the helm of the Sigma Chapter kitchen operations. “I don’t know where Sam found T, but he is the best thing to ever happen to Sigma’s kitchen,” beams Crosby. “Sam was really good, but T is even better!”

Chef Tavaras "T" Mattison

Over the past seven years, the Sigma Chapter has grown from 66 men to 145. A larger chapter also requires a larger dining operation. Pi Kappa Phi Properties renovated the kitchen and the service area in the house about three years ago to accommodate the growth. “We added more refrigeration, a new gas chargrill, and best of all, we cut a hole in the wall and built a new service line into the kitchen,” Crosby recalls. “Jim and I always agreed that we needed a better service area.”

A graduate of Le Cordon Blue College of Culinary Arts in Atlanta, Mattison has brought a new energy to the chapter’s dining operations. “He started soaking up everything he could about his new job,” Crosby remembers. “T has vast experience in fine dining and has gotten really excited about running the kitchen. This is how far we have come — from the barely edible to casual to now somewhere around casual fine dining quality food.” As a sign of the chapter’s deep appreciation for Mattison, he was alumni initiated in fall 2015. “I was very happy to be a part of his Ritual of Initiation,” says Crosby.

Wallace’s southern hospitality helps makes everyone feel welcome and comfortable throughout their time at the Sigma house.

What’s next Crosby is never satisfied with the status quo; he believes there’s always room for improvement. This year, it was the addition of a cooked-to-order breakfast for the chapter’s live-in members. Crosby is also working to offer entrée choices at dinner. His next dream: Cooked-to-order lunch with a limited rotating menu. Additionally, Crosby would like to complete the Carolina Culinary Institutes program one day and get his Certified Executive Chef designation. For now, I am grateful that I had the opportunity to travel down the road to Columbia and finally sample the amazing cuisine I follow on Facebook. Pi Kappa Phi is thankful to have Wallace, T and their team putting out some of the best food — food that wows all of your senses — for the men of the Sigma Chapter and for our Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders participants and faculty each summer. 

Banana pudding

–Rachel Westra

Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders

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FINANCIALS 2015

YEAR END

EXPENSES

EXPENSES

Numbers

Events & Leadership Development

Active Chapters

Placements & Grants

$271,038

$82,757

Chapter Services

$156,424

$799,020

Interfraternity Relations Communications (including branding)

$157,637

Journey of Hope

$779,072

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Chapter Development & Expansion

$371,972

Gear Up Florida

$148,119

Associate Chapters

Alumni Engagement

Build America

$143,761

TAE Challenge

$64,389

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$77,716

Administrative (including officials)

Undergraduate members in 2015

11,492

Initiates since 1904

128,081

$806,067

Staff $1,458,682 Risk Management

$1,919,312

Merchandise $93,316

Administrative $285,502 Financial Development

$153,435

TOTAL $2,001,740

TOTAL $5,766,481

Living Alumni

95,608

EXPENSES

Initiates in 2015

6,556

EXPENSES

REVENUES

REVENUES

REVENUES Member Revenues

$4,112,248

Affiliates & Other Revenues

$624,431

Educational Grants

$105,000

Event / Education Reg. Fees

$778,690

Royalties $82,066 Merchandise $135,224 TOTAL $5,847,659

REVENUES Build America

$81,730

Chapter Fundraising

$405,523

Journey of Hope

$668,525

Gear Up Florida

$72,849

Pi Alpha Ride Along TAE Challenge

$102,721

Corporate Sponsors

$144,499

Individual Gifts

$532,994

Memorial Gifts

$640

Registration Fees

$22,443

Sales / Other

$19,312

TOTAL

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$4,848

$2,056,054

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Pi Kappa Phi Educational Grant Pi Kappa Phi Educational Grant (Pi Kapp College) The Ability Experience

$105,000

Administrative $442,777

$300

Depreciation & Closing Costs $670,650

$100,000

Insurance $113,005

Pi Kapp Scholars

$8,962

Interest & Property Tax

$503,279

International Scholars

$17,750

Utilities & Maintenance

$964,522

Morgan Scholars

$49,916

Leasing $108,749

McCollum Scholars

$2,000

TOTAL $2,802,982

CIF Scholarships—Local Scholarships

$34,851

CIF Scholarships—Supreme Chapter

$4,296

HISTORICAL YEAR END ASSETS

Data used since 1998 for comparison 2015 $14,363,627 2014 $11,111,562 2013 $8,649,918

CIF Scholarships—Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers $17,549

2012 $9,149,085

TOTAL $381,023 EXPENSES

2011 $8,779,647 2010 $8,541,624

EDUCATIONAL GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS

2009 $5,503,767

REVENUES REVENUES

2008 $5,745,524 2007 $5,918,222

REVENUES Restricted Gifts

$58,106

Chapter Investment Funds

$43,663

Annual Appeal Unrestricted Gifts (includes campaign gifts)

$202,165 $1,177,263

Officials Giving (includes Board of Governors)

$19,500

Nu Phi

$40,810

President's Circle

$9,627

TOTAL $1,567,640 HISTORICAL ASSETS 2015 $11,377,959 2014 $11,379,130 2013 $6,560,331 2012 $5,548,854 2011 $5,318,081

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2006 $5,266,802

REVENUES Rental Revenue

$2,847,752

Other Revenue

$222,720

2005 $4,056,310

TOTAL $3,070,472

2004 $4,025,398

NET INCOME $267,490

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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EDUCATIONAL GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS


MEMORIAL GRANTS

TODD J. PORTERFIELD (1977–2000) Todd Porterfield, member of the Alpha Delta Chapter at the University of 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: Ability First (Long Beach, Calif.)

Jack Milford (JOH–South) about Ability First: "Our team was very excited to arrive at our first friendship visit of the summer at Ability First. We were welcomed by April Stover, the Associate Director of Ability First. While we had an awesome spaghetti dinner, she explained the purpose of Ability First, and who they serve. Afterwards, we had the opportunity to meet with their clients, and had a blast with games, a bounce house and dancing! Before we knew it, we were being called together to get a picture as a group before departing. We all wished it could have lasted longer and were sad to say goodbye to our new friends at Ability First."

JASON R. TIRADO (1976–2000) Jason Tirado, member of the Zeta Epsilon Chapter at George Mason University, 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: Southside Arts Center (Sacramento, Calif.)

Zachary Corbo (JOH–North) about the South Side Arts Center: "It was memorable in every way. After a long and oppressively hot day on the road, the team arrived at the California State Capitol building where a group from the Center was there to greet us. On a hot day, the team really appreciated the waters and sports drinks they brought. When we arrived at their facility we were given a tour and saw their many programs. Their art program was especially impressive to me, the artistic skill and creativity was amazing and I had to buy something to remember our visit. After pizza, the group began an epic dance party. The South Side Arts Center filled me with so much hometown pride that carried me through the summer."

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.” 76 || SPR2016

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PHINAL THOUGHT

Brotherhood

Don't let your Pi Kappa Phi experience end at graduation. There are so many opportunities to enjoy our uncommon brotherhood. This summer is the perfect example. Supreme Chapter is an opportunity to re-ignite the fire of brotherhood. If you can't make it to Austin, take a look at the Journey of Hope and Build America routes and join us for one of the many celebrations to welcome our brothers into cities as they travel across America. The joy and emotion in each city and particularly the D.C. arrival celebration are something you will never forget. If you have limited opportunities in your schedule, find an alumni event or happy hour in your area. The important thing is that you reach out and continue your Pi Kappa Phi experience of lifelong brotherhood. ď‚Ť

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Star & Lamp - Spring 2016 - Annual Report  

The national publication of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.

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