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teach the communication

must be equipped with a living

And yet, we must do more to ensure

and leadership skills essential to

and learning experience that

that every chapter has the support of

lifelong success.

continuously develops them

dedicated and trained volunteers.

personally and professionally— As we strive toward being the

taking care of their health and

The state of our dear Fraternity today

From the

premier student organization, there is

wellness and intellectual growth.

is much like that of our members —

GRAND PRESIDENT

one critical area where we have fallen

bright, determined and full of

behind our peers. SigEp’s Foundation

The road ahead isn’t an easy one.

potential. We must band together

SigEp today is a bridge between

ranks 11th among fraternities. The

While more and more men have

now to pursue that potential, because

potential and success. Hundreds

dollar-per-member ratio is at a dismal

embraced our values for equality

SigEp, done right, can change our

of thousands of new students set

$4. We cannot continue to provide the

and constant improvement, some

world for the better.

foot on campus each year with the

best programming to our young men

have missed an opportunity to

potential to be a force for good in

when we aren’t even keeping up with

take advantage of this critical time

the world. For many of those

our peers in this area. It is imperative

in their lives. We’ve lost brothers

students, SigEp challenges them to

that we fund these programs that are

and chapters who didn’t have the

develop values and hone the skills

so critical to the development of our

foresight or the volunteer support

that safely guide them into successful

students today.

to abandon an archaic system

SigEp must be allowed to address

Program. As our beloved Grand

the most pressing needs of today’s

President Phil Cox once said, “Every

The experience that our chapters

college student, which are greater

chapter that we lose is like a stab

provide today is unparalleled in

than at any time in history. Tuition

to the heart of Sigma Phi Epsilon.”

SigEp history. Academic achievement

and student debt are at all-time highs

is at an all-time high, as shown by

and continuing to rise. For SigEp to

He was right, which is why more

our 3.17 national GPA. We became

fulfill its mission, we cannot depend

than ever we need to invest in our

the first fraternity to ever have our

on undergraduate dues that force us

volunteers as we have these last two

undergraduate body vote to fully

to limit the scope and effectiveness

years. The Phillip A. Cox Volunteer

adopt a continuous development

of our programs. We have to provide

Institute is the first program of its

program free of pledging. SigEp’s

programming and support that

kind to be created solely to support

leadership programs fill critical voids

properly address mental health and

volunteers. Our staff has grown to

in today’s educational system and

substance abuse. Our young brothers

make volunteer recruitment a priority.

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Richard W. Bennet III Grand President

and embrace the Balanced Man

lives as leaders of our society, and even our world.

Fraternally,

FRATERNITY Snapshot

221

Chapters

14 , 6 2 8

Undergraduates

7, 9 3 7

Leadership Program Enrollment

3.17

Grade Point Average


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42

66

BY THE NUMBERS

HOOP OF STEEL SOCIETY

LEADERSHIP

A summary of your giving

Recognizing undergraduate donors

National Board of Directors, Educational Foundation Trustees, SigEp National Housing Directors

6

46

68

YOUR IMPACT

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

WAYS TO GIVE

Leadership programs and

Recognizing annual leadership

scholarships supported by you

donors to SigEp

30

49

69

ENDOWMENTS

LEGACY SOCIETY

CONTACT US

Team Hartman, the Phillip A. Cox

Recognizing our estate donors

Volunteer Institute and Kenneth S. Maddox Summer Development Program

38

50

REPORT CARD

2015-16 DONOR LIST

Chapter performance and participation

Recognizing all of our 2015-16

in SigEp programs

donors by chapter

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2015-2016 FUNDRAISING SUMMARY

S ig Ep by t h e

$3,019,514

$94,231

$46,930

$14,957

CASH AND STOCK

PLANNED GIVING

CORPORATE MATCHING

IN-KIND GIVING

N U M B ER S

$ 3,175,63 TOTAL GIVING

2015-2016 GIFTS

DONOR SUMMARY

$12,228

SCHOLARSHIPS

ALUMNI: 2,812 DONORS | $2,252,218 TOTAL | $801 AVERAGE

$686,774

LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS

ORGANIZATIONS: 100 DONORS | $484,127 TOTAL | $4,841 AVERAGE

$747,715

RLC/CHAPTER HOMES

BOARD MEMBERS: 26 DONORS | $285,630 TOTAL | $10,986 AVERAGE

$750,755

UNRESTRICTED

FRIENDS OF SIGEP: 172 DONORS | $112,865 TOTAL | $656 AVERAGE

$978,160

OTHER

HEADQUARTERS STAFF: 62 DONORS | $22,417 TOTAL | $362 AVERAGE UNDERGRADUATES: 556 DONORS | $18,375 TOTAL | $33 AVERAGE

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2014-2015 $1,110,812

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2015-2016 $1,100,000

2014-2015 $1,000,000

LEADERSHIP GRANT 2013-2014 $680,000

$385,683 2011-2012 $400,000

2010-2011 $360,000

$1,100,000

2009-2010 $240,000

2015-2016 GRANTS $1,185,988

GRADE POINT AVERAGE

3.17 3.16 3.14 3.12 3.1 3.08 3.06 3.04 3.02 FALL 2009

SCHOLARSHIPS LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS RLC/CHAPTER HOMES

FALL 20 10 FALL 20 11 FALL 2012

FALL 2013

FALL 2014

FALL 2015

BY THE NUMBERS

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YOU DEVELOP POTENTIAL IN OUR LEADERS Each year, 15,000 talented men relentlessly pursue their potential because of the generosity and dedication of our donors. SigEp offers a place for young men to strengthen their character, build leadership and interpersonal skills, and develop healthy, lifelong relationships. With SigEp always with them, our brothers will grow into the heroes and leaders that our society needs. You can see more about your impact through these stories in SigEp’s 2016 Annual Report, and in thousands of other stories on college campuses across the country.

YOUR IMPACT

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SigEp’s Balanced Man Program (BMP) provides the structure, support and guidance required for today’s student to practice decision-making, leadership and interpersonal skills while outside of classroom walls. Based on equal rights and responsibilities for all members, the program’s progressive challenges provide brothers the opportunity to grow and fine-tune skills they can’t get in the classroom. Alumni, volunteers and university faculty and administrators serve as mentors in the program, providing accountability and support. BMP programming aims to help young brothers strengthen their character. It enables our young men to build leadership and communication skills and develop healthy, lifelong relationships.

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SIGEP’S BALANCED MAN PROGRAM HAS HELPED ME BALANCE MY ACADEMICS WITH MY EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. IT HAS PUSHED ME TO DO THINGS I WOULDN’T NORMALLY DO AND PREPARED ME TO THRIVE IN LEADERSHIP ROLES THAT I NEVER THOUGHT I COULD DO.” —Conner Trebour, Christopher Newport ’15

THE BMP APP WILL MAKE ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN THE BALANCED MAN PROGRAM SIMPLE AND INTUITIVE FOR A GENERATION OF STUDENTS OFTEN DESCRIBED AS DIGITAL NATIVES. THE BMP APP IS GOING TO RADICALLY IMPROVE SIGEP CHAPTERS’ ABILITY

The app comes in response to the sweeping

TO CONSISTENTLY DELIVER A FUN AND MEANINGFUL BALANCED MAN

support for the BMP throughout the Fraternity,

PROGRAM. I’M PERSONALLY SUPPORTING THE APP BECAUSE I KNOW THAT

and it will bring an entirely new element to

WHEN WE HAVE A GREAT BMP, BROTHERS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO

the chapter experience. Through the app,

DEVELOP INTO THE KIND OF MEN I WANT ON MY CAMPUS AND THE TYPE OF

brothers will be able to track and manage

CITIZENS THE WORLD NEEDS.”

their progress through the BMP in real time.

—Victor Wilson, Georgia Renaissance

They can share and celebrate goals and successes with the chapter. Officers will also have a streamlined platform to deliver curriculum and provide support.

756

100%

UNDERGRADUATES DONATED TO FUND THE BMP APP

OF CHAPTERS ALIGNED UNDER THE BALANCED MAN PROGRAM

The app makes the day-to-day BMP experience more fun for our brothers. It will help them connect to the BMP how and where they need it most. The app was launched during the 2017 Carlson Leadership Academies and is currently available for chapter use.

To learn more, visit sigep.org/bmp

BALANCED MAN PROGRAM

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The Residential Learning Community provides undergraduate brothers with purposeful, reallife application of their academic studies. Students receive hands-on learning beyond classroom lectures by working with faculty and staff who volunteer to partner with their chapter. They are able to discuss, contextualize and apply their academic learning through conversations with brothers and faculty. State-of-the-art facilities provide premier housing, classrooms, faculty office space and dedicated study rooms — safe and effective places to live and learn. Today, 50 chapters are RLC accredited through a rigorous process, and elements of the program are being supported by Foundation grants at chapters nationwide.

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WITHOUT HAVING A 60-MAN SUPPORT SYSTEM CONSTANTLY THERE, I DO NOT BELIEVE I WOULD BE AS PHYSICALLY FIT, HAVE AS HIGH OF GRADES OR BE AS INVOLVED ON CAMPUS AS I AM TODAY.”

3.32

159

AVERAGE RLC GRADE POINT AVERAGE COMPARED TO 3.17 FOR ALL CHAPTERS

FACULTY FELLOWS & RESIDENT SCHOLARS

—Ryan Pitzer, Washington State ’17

Dr. Scott Paja began his third academic year as a faculty fellow at Oregon Alpha RLC in fall 2016. He visits the chapter home weekly to meet with brothers who seek career and academic advice or have questions regarding academic concerns. He also presents a seminar each quarter discussing best practices for interviewing, networking and other career development topics. The programs and facilities are supported by generous gifts from alumni and friends.

THE VALUE OF THE HOLISTIC EXPERIENCE ENABLED BY RLC CANNOT BE OVERSTATED. THE GOAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION IS TO EXPAND PERSPECTIVES AND ACCELERATE AN INDIVIDUAL’S POTENTIAL TO POSITIVELY IMPACT THE COMMUNITY. BY CONNECTING THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION, WE MORE ACCURATELY MODEL REALITY (WHERE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIVES ARE INEXTRICABLY INTERCONNECTED) AND BETTER PREPARE GRADUATES TO INTERACT CONGRUENTLY THROUGHOUT THE VARIOUS CONTEXTS OF THEIR DAILY LIVES.” —Scott Paja, Ph.D., College of Engineering Director of Leadership and Professional Development, Oregon State University

To learn more, visit sigep.org/rlc

RESIDENTIAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES

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In honor of Past Grand President Phil Cox, Indiana ’84, dedicated brothers and friends have endowed the Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute to make in-person education for volunteers more effective than ever. Recognizing the crucial role our volunteers play in creating high-performing chapters, Phil’s passion for volunteers has continued with the institute and other volunteer-focused efforts. New volunteers find immediate support through the Training in 10 video series as well as onboarding programs for chapter counselors and Balanced Man Stewards. “BEHIND EVERY GREAT SIGEP CHAPTER IS A GROUP OF DEDICATED ALUMNI AND VOLUNTEERS.” —Phillip A. Cox, Indiana ’84

At the Cox Institute, Carlson Leadership Academy and Grand Chapter Conclave, volunteers are equipped to best serve our chapters. Their involvement is essential to the stability of our chapters and the success of our brothers. Our volunteers provide new perspectives, insight and consistency. They serve as role models and mentors. And they support our undergraduates as they overcome obstacles, avoid life-altering mistakes and accomplish goals that might otherwise seem out of reach.

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AMONG THE MANY THINGS THAT IMPRESS ME ABOUT THE CARLSON LEADERSHIP ACADEMIES IS HOW RESPONSIVE WE ARE TO THE EVERCHANGING NEEDS OF OUR VOLUNTEERS AND OUR UNDERGRADUATES. RATHER THAN REPLAYING THE SAME PROGRAM YEAR TO YEAR, WE SEEK TO UNDERSTAND THE CURRENT NEEDS OF OUR CHAPTERS AND THEN DEVELOP HIGH-QUALITY PROGRAMMING TO ADDRESS THOSE NEEDS. AND OUR CHAPTERS ARE BETTER BECAUSE OF IT.” —Gary Bunn, Central Arkansas ’88

NEVER HAS A GENERATION MORE DESPERATELY NEEDED ENGAGED MENTORS, ENGAGED VOLUNTEERS AND ENGAGED PARTNERS IN THEIR EDUCATION. DATA SHOWS THAT ENGAGEMENT IN STUDENTS’ LIVES IS CRITICAL TO THEIR SUCCESS. WE NEED MENTORS, VOLUNTEERS AND PARTNERS TO MODEL FOR OUR STUDENTS A LIFELONG PATH OF LEARNING, PERSONAL GROWTH, EXCELLENCE AND SERVICE. THIS IS A COMMON TENET OF FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY AND OF SIGEP. WORKING TOGETHER, WE WILL TRANSFORM YOUNG GLOBAL CITIZENS INTO EXTRAORDINARY GLOBAL LEADERS.” —Mirta M. Martin, Former President, Fort Hays State University

2,432

475

451

VOLUNTEERS NATIONWIDE

NEW VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEERS TRAINED AT 22 IN-PERSON TRAINING EVENTS

PHILLIP A. COX VOLUNTEER INSTITUTE ENDOWMENT SNAPSHOT

274 DONORS $828,008 RAISED $171,992 REMAINING

To learn more, visit sigep.org/volunteer

VOLUNTEER EDUCATION

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Brothers are empowered to lead their chapters and transform their campus communities at the Carlson Leadership Academy. They gain the confidence to set and achieve goals for their chapters and their own lives. Volunteer facilitators lend their expertise to help young attendees understand their roles and responsibilities as chapter officers and keep brothers and chapter house guests safe. A total of 2,720 undergraduates, volunteers and friends benefited from Carlson in Atlanta, Chicago, Oklahoma City, Southern California and Stamford, Conn. in 2016. The academy is named for Brother Curtis L. Carlson, Minnesota ’37, founder and chairman of the Carlson Companies. Brother Carlson’s philanthropic support and leadership helped expand this program from previously smaller leadership academies. Donor generosity enables the planning, execution and impact of this program, resulting in growth and culture change for the hundreds of chapters represented.

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I ABSOLUTELY BELIEVE THAT I AM A BETTER LEADER AND EXECUTIVE OFFICER AFTER MY CARLSON EXPERIENCE. I CAME AWAY FROM CARLSON

CARLSON’S IMPACT GETS DEEPER, REACHES FUTURE LEADERS

WITH A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT MINDSET OF WHAT LEADERSHIP IS.

More rising chapter leaders are seeking the critical education delivered at

LEADERSHIP IS NOT JUST ABOUT INSPIRING CHANGE OR GETTING A

Carlson, even before assuming an elected office. Carlson provides training

GROUP TO ACCOMPLISH A GOAL; RATHER, IT’S A CONSTANT PROCESS

and skills that will stay with brothers their entire lives.

DESIGNED TO EMPOWER THOSE AROUND YOU TO CONTINUOUSLY IMPROVE THEMSELVES AND THE ORGANIZATIONS THEY REPRESENT.” 2800

—Ryan Cecala, Drake ’18

2,837

2700 2,625

OF UNDERGRADUATES LEFT CARLSON WITH MORE CONFIDENCE IN THEIR ABILITY TO LEAD THEIR CHAPTERS

1 in 2

2,638

2,558

2500

96%

2,720

2,701

2600

2400 2300

2,295

CARLSON ENROLLMENT

2200

UNDERGRADUATES ENROLLED IN CARLSON WERE NEW LEADERS SERVING IN NONOFFICER ROLES

2100 2000 ‘09 -’10

‘10-’11

‘11-’12

‘12-’13

‘13-’14

‘14-’15

To learn more, visit sigep.org/carlson

2800 2700

‘15-’16

CARLSON

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Over five days at the University of Richmond, the Ruck Leadership Institute prepares SigEp’s most promising leaders to effectively lead with confidence and purpose. The curriculum emphasizes the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership from the world-renowned book “The Leadership Challenge,” co-authored by Brother Barry Posner, California-Santa Barbara ’70. Prominent alumni serve as faculty and mentors for this life-changing program, which embraces the objective of “teaching the few to impact the many.” By sharing leadership theory, models and examples, these volunteer facilitators equip Ruck Scholars with their own blueprint for leadership. Past Grand President John Hartman, Missouri ‘61, and Past National Director Jay Hurt, Davidson ‘88, founded Ruck in 1999. Both men received the North-American Interfraternity Conference’s Silver Medal in 2015 for their role in the institute and their dedicated involvement ever since. The program is named for Past Grand President Frank J. Ruck Jr., Michigan ’46, who was instrumental in the development of the Balanced Man Program. Ruck is funded by donors to SigEp’s Annual Fund and Team Hartman, the first of several endowments planned to ensure Ruck’s impact in perpetuity.

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RUCK TRULY IS A PROGRAM THAT HAS SHAPED THE LEADERS THAT HAVE GUIDED AND CONTINUE TO GUIDE OUR CHAPTER. OF THE 12 BROTHERS THAT HAVE ATTENDED IN THE PAST 12 YEARS, SEVEN HAVE BEEN CHAPTER PRESIDENT AND ALL 12 HAVE SERVED ON OUR EXECUTIVE BOARD. OUR PAST SCHOLARS ARE NOW ORGANIZING A PAY IT FORWARD CAMPAIGN TO FUND FUTURE SCHOLARS’ ATTENDANCE AT RUCK.” —Mike Paciero, Lawrence Tech ’15

RUCK ENABLED ME TO ASK QUESTIONS AND MAKE IN-DEPTH EVALUATIONS OF MY LEADERSHIP STYLE. THE PROGRAM CHALLENGED ME TO GROW IN SKILLS THAT I WAS LACKING AND IMPACTED ME SO I CAN CREATE LONGLASTING CHANGE.” —Christian Collado, Stevens ’18

THE LEADER’S UNIQUE LEGACY IS THE CREATION OF VALUED INSTITUTIONS THAT SURVIVE OVER TIME.” —James Kouzes and Barry Posner, California Santa-Barbara ’70, authors of “The Leadership Challenge”

99%

99%

OF RUCK SCHOLARS REPORT RETURNING TO THEIR CAMPUSES WITH GREATER SELF-CONFIDENCE AND GREATER GOALS

OF RUCK SCHOLARS FEEL THEY NOW HAVE THE LEADERSHIP ABILITIES REQUIRED TO IMPLEMENT POSITIVE CHANGE

TEAM HARTMANN ENDOWMENT SNAPSHOT

120 DONORS $305,672 RAISED $192,328 REMAINING

To learn more, visit sigep.org/ruck

RUCK LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

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Life After College gives undergraduates the knowledge they need to translate their collegiate success into the professional world. During this two-day leadership program, undergraduates connect with career coaches, sharpen interview skills and interact with potential employers while exploring the career opportunities that await them after college. Sessions on personal finance, business etiquette and personal branding and values help brothers seamlessly transition from college to the workplace. This year, more than 200 alumni, volunteers, local business leaders and human resource professionals provided one-on-one mentoring and group coaching. Each program offered a SigEp-exclusive career fair where brothers learned about specific industries and company cultures, interacting with potential employers like Nationwide, Delta Air Lines, Comcast, Under Armour, Fidelity Investments, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo Advisors, Amazon, Deloitte and many more.

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“AS A FORTUNE 100 BEST COMPANY TO WORK FOR, NATIONWIDE RECEIVES A LOT OF JOB APPLICATIONS. WE LOOK FOR CANDIDATES WITH THE RÉSUMÉ AND SELF-PRESENTATION SKILLS THAT LIFE AFTER COLLEGE PROVIDES. THE PROGRAM GIVES SIGEPS THE SKILLS TO INTERVIEW WITH CONFIDENCE, AND IT EQUIPS THEM TO DISPLAY THE CHARACTER AND DRIVE THAT WILL SET THEM APART FROM THE OTHER JOB SEEKERS.” —Tony Fala, Senior Relationship Manger, Nationwide

FINDING THE RIGHT PERSON FOR OUR COMPANY’S OPPORTUNITIES IS PERHAPS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS WE DO IN ORDER TO MAKE

ONLY 23 PERCENT OF EMPLOYERS FEEL THAT COLLEGE GRADUATES ARE PREPARED TO APPLY THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS TO THE REAL WORLD.

OUR BUSINESS SUCCEED. I KNOW OF NO OTHER ORGANIZATION BESIDES SIGEP THAT CONSISTENTLY DELIVERS THE LEVEL OF QUALITY CANDIDATES FOR EMPLOYERS.”

CENTER FOR COLLEGE AFFORDABILITY AND PRODUCTIVITY

ABOUT FIVE MILLION COLLEGE GRADUATES ARE IN JOBS THAT REQUIRE LESS THAN A HIGHSCHOOL EDUCATION.

—Kurtis Vanous, Human Resources Brand Manager, Park Place Dealerships

“BEING PRESIDENT OF MY CHAPTER GAVE ME THE SKILLS I NEEDED TO EARNINGS FOR AMERICANS BETWEEN 18 AND 34 ARE DOWN 9.3 PERCENT (AFTER ADJUSTMENT FOR INFLATION) IN JUST A DECADE—THE LOWEST SINCE 1980.

SUCCEED IN THE BUSINESS WORLD, BUT I KNEW I NEEDED TO LEARN HOW TO TRANSLATE THOSE SKILLS TO THE JOB SEARCH. THROUGH THE CONNECTIONS I MADE AT LIFE AFTER COLLEGE, I WAS ABLE TO IMPROVE MY RÉSUMÉ, LINKEDIN AND INTERVIEWING SKILLS, WHICH ALLOWED

2015 GRADUATES ARE THE MOST INDEBTED CLASS EVER AND OWE AN AVERAGE OF $35,000.

ME TO LAND MY JOB.” —Brian Q. Rosebrook, Oklahoma State ’15, Sales Associate, PennWell

81%

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45

OF UNDERGRADUATES SAID LIFE AFTER COLLEGE OFFERS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THEY CAN’T FIND ON CAMPUS

COMPANIES PARTICIPATED IN THIS YEAR’S LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

COMPANIES PARTICIPATED IN THE CAREER FAIR AT THE 2015 GRAND CHAPTER CONCLAVE

To learn more, visit sigep.org/lac

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

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Since 1903, brothers from every chapter and every corner of the world have gathered to honor the past, celebrate the present and plan for the future at our biennial Conclave. Time and again, Conclave is where SigEp shows its leadership and raises the bar for the entire Greek system. SigEp’s 54th Conclave in 2015 served as the culmination of countless undergraduate, volunteer and donor efforts to make the monumental gathering one for the history books. Chief among these efforts was a near-unanimous undergraduate vote that aligned all chapters behind the Balanced Man Program. SigEp donors also worked hard to provide funding for deserving brothers. A leader behind these efforts was the NUTS! McAuliffe Society, a group of over 100 SigEp volunteers and donors, who awarded 24 scholarships in 2015. Likewise, gifts to SigEp’s Annual Fund supported educational programs like the career preparedness, leadership and personal development education provided at Conclave.

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I KEEP TELLING MEMBERS FROM MY CHAPTER THAT IF THEY WANT TO GET THE BIG PICTURE OF WHAT SIGEP IS REALLY ABOUT, THEY NEED TO ATTEND A CONCLAVE. I LOVED MY CHAPTER BEFORE ATTENDING, BUT MY LOVE FOR THE FRATERNITY AS A WHOLE HAS GROWN EXPONENTIALLY AFTER ATTENDING CONCLAVE.” —Dexter Smith, Louisville ’16

83%

100%

1,657

OF ALUMNI WHO REGISTERED FOR CONCLAVE ARE DONORS

OF CHAPTERS ALIGNED UNDER THE BALANCED MAN PROGRAM

RECORD-BREAKING ATTENDANCE AT THE 54TH GRAND CHAPTER CONCLAVE

To learn more, visit sigep.org/conclave

GRAND CHAPTER CONCLAVE

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The Tragos Quest to Greece changes the way brothers view the world, their Fraternity and themselves. Guided by alumni mentors and university faculty, Tragos Quest to Greece Scholars study the influence that Greek philosophy, governance and the arts have and continue to have in everyday life. Brothers explore Greek culture and contemplate the origins of SigEp’s values and the Balanced Man ideal. The program includes visits to ancient historical sites such as Athens, Delphi, Nauplion, Salamis, an active archaeological dig at Olympus, and the battlefield at Marathon. Brothers explore the foundations of the fraternal world, experience SigEp’s ritual in a new light and study the philosophies of Socrates and Aristotle while walking the same streets where those great minds taught. The Quest study abroad experience is unprecedented and unmatched in the fraternity world. The program is named for and made possible by a generous gift from Past Grand President William G. Tragos, Washington in St. Louis ’56, and his wife, Lilli.

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TRAGOS QUEST TO GREECE SCHOLARS

TRAGOS QUEST TO GREECE IS A CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL ADVENTURE. IT TURNS SIGHTSEEING INTO A DEEP EXPLORATION OF IDEAS, OPINIONS AND VALUES SHARED BY OUR COUNTRIES.

Paul All Cleveland State ’17 Finance 3.30 GPA Dan Altmann Missouri State ’17 Marketing Management 3.33 GPA Taylor Barnes Oregon State ’17 Biology 3.83 GPA Ben Bowles Rensselaer ’16 Physics 3.29 GPA Brandon Burns North Carolina State ’17 Biological Sciences 3.35 GPA Levi Close Oklahoma State ’17 Geology 3.34 GPA

Nathan Cole Baldwin Wallace ’17 Political Science, International Affairs 3.90 GPA Chris Dedo Louisiana State ’17 Engineering 3.32 GPA Gavin Doll Wright State ’17 Finance & MIS 4.00 GPA Tony Gaebel Ball State ’18 Marketing 3.42 Eddie Gonnella Maine ’17 Civil and Environmental Engineering 3.89 GPA

Tate McKay Central Arkansas ’18 Psychology 3.70 GPA

Mario Squicciarini Drexel ’17 Economics 3.45 GPA

Henry Roden Arizona ’17 Finance, Management Information Systems 3.89 GPA

Michael Suponcic Miami (Ohio) ’17 Biology 3.30 GPA

Brandon Rosolowski Toledo ’17 Exercise Science, Pre-medicine 4.00 GPA

GREECE, WITH ITS LONG AND EXTREMELY RICH HERITAGE BUT ALSO WITH ITS CURRENT ECONOMIC TURMOIL, IS A UNIQUE SETTING FOR THE ADVENTURE TO BEGIN...AN ADVENTURE WHOSE LESSON WILL STAY WITH THESE SCHOLARS FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES.”

Reid Williams Wichita State ’17 Nursing 3.77 GPA

—Pavlos Yeroulanos, Former Minister for Culture and Tourism

QUEST OPENED MY EYES TO INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL IN A WAY

Makenzie Schwartz Massachusetts ’18 Computer Science 3.96 GPA

THAT I HADN’T EXPERIENCED BEFORE AND ALLOWED ME TO EXPERIENCE DIFFERENT CULTURES, CUSTOMS AND IDENTITIES.

Jacob Springmeyer Nevada-Reno ’17 Electrical Engineering 3.23 GPA

IT CHANGED MY PERSPECTIVE OF MYSELF AND THE WORLD THAT I LIVE IN, AND IN DOING SO WAS THE FOUNDATION FOR MANY FUTURE ADVENTURES.” —John Rumbelow, Arkansas ’16, 2015 Quest Scholar

To learn more, visit sigep.org/quest

TRAGOS QUEST TO GREECE

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In the 2015-16 fiscal year, the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation awarded 20 scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each to SigEp undergraduates who distinguished themselves through academic, campus, community and Fraternity accomplishments. These scholarships are made possible by Annual Fund donors whose gifts help offset the rising cost of college tuition. Recipients represent the best of SigEp’s commitment to being a valued partner in higher education.

THIS SCHOLARSHIP WILL HELP ENABLE AND EMPOWER ME TO PUT TIME INTO THE SERVICE OF OTHERS THROUGH MY EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. IT PROVIDES THE FINANCIAL SECURITY I NEED TO SPEND MY TIME BETTERING MY LOCAL CAMPUS COMMUNITY AND WORKING WITH MY BROTHERS TO BUILD BALANCED MEN.” —Eddie Gonnella, Maine ’17

2015-16 NATIONAL COMPETITION SCHOLARS

Andrew Bevins Morehead State ’17

Connor Fortier Quinnipiac ’17

Caleb Krejci Nebraska-Omaha ’17

Brian Pendergast Illinois ’17

Eric Smith Valparaiso ’17

Nicholas Boleto South Carolina ’17

Eddie Gonnella Maine ’17

Joseph Mehlhaff Marquette ’17

Henry Roden Arizona ’17

Justin Wargo Eastern Washington ’18

Paul DeAngelis Connecticut ’17

Blake Grojean Truman State ’17

Jonathan Napolitano Drexel ’18

Eric Rodriguez St. Mary’s ’17

Max Weiss American ’17

Jordan Floyd Utah State ’17

Tyler Kallman Nebraska-Lincoln ’17

Justin Ottino Indiana State ’18

Alex Shelton Cincinnati ’18

Evan Westlake Toledo ’17

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Each year, the Zollinger Senior Award is presented to an outstanding senior in each of SigEp’s 26 districts for scholastic and extracurricular excellence. In turn, each recipient’s chapter is able to award a Zollinger Scholarship to a rising leader during his junior and senior years. Recipients of Zollinger Scholarships are sophomore brothers who possess special potential for future leadership roles in their chapters and on campus. Scholars receive a $500 scholarship in their junior year and another $500 scholarship in their senior year. These awards are made possible by the generosity of Past Grand President J. Edward Zollinger, William & Mary ‘27, as well as generous gifts made by his wife, Lucile, daughter Frances and son John Zollinger, Lehigh ‘57.

I AM VERY HUMBLED, NOT ONLY BEING BLESSED TO RECEIVE THE ZOLLINGER SCHOLARSHIP AWARD, BUT ALSO TO EARN IT UNDER MY SENIOR BROTHER, JOEY NEMESI, WHO MADE THIS AWARD POSSIBLE. HIS SERVICE AND DEDICATION TO OUR CHAPTER HAVE INSPIRED ME TO BECOME A BETTER LEADER, AND FURTHER PURSUE MY GOALS. THIS AWARD WILL HELP ME CHASE MY DESIRE OF BECOMING AN ORTHODONTIST, AS I HOPE TO BE ABLE TO SERVE MY COMMUNITY AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF OTHERS THROUGH OUR PRINCIPAL VALUES OF VIRTUE, DILIGENCE AND BROTHERLY LOVE.” —Ryan Cecala, Drake ’18

2015-16 ZOLLINGER SENIORS

Kristopher N. Alvarez Stevens Tech ’16

C. John Cahill Christopher Newport ’16

Christopher Frye Maryland ’16

Kyle Mason Texas ’16

Joseph V. Nemesi Arkansas ’16

Gaetano Scuderi WPI ’16

Samuel P. Wells Creighton ’16

Paul Andersen Northern Iowa ’16

Jonathan Colyer SIU-Edwardsville ’16

Jonny Garcia Western Kentucky ’16

Brian J. Michalka Rensselaer ’16

Cole J. Owens Emory ’16

Adam Matthew Secret West Virginia ’16

Lucas D. Zastrow Toledo ’16

Nicholas Dorner Toledo ’15

Aaron C. Cromer Oklahoma State ’16

Thomas Green Nevada ’16

Benjamin C. Nahrstadt Indiana ’16

Christopher Piotrowski Washington State ’16

Connor K. Smith Western Michigan ’16

Brian Bucci Drexel ’16

Frederick Daley Wake Forest ’16

Kevin V. Madden South Florida ’16

Paul Naimo Loyola Marymount ’16

Matthew W. Riley Southeast Missouri State ’16

To learn more, visit sigep.org/scholarships

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As a sophomore in college, Thomas O. Hicks, Texas-Austin ‘68, was motivated by the Texas Alpha Chapter to get serious about his grades, which had suffered during his freshman year. He improved his GPA significantly that year and kept it up, eventually obtaining a master’s degree at Southern California. In funding this special scholarship program, Hicks recognizes and rewards brothers who get on track with their grades after a tough transition to college. These scholarships go to SigEp juniors who have significantly improved their GPA since their freshman year.

I KNEW THAT JOINING SIGEP WOULD OPEN UP A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR ME, BUT THE HICKS SCHOLARSHIP WAS SOMETHING THAT I NEVER IMAGINED. SIGEP HAS GIVEN ME A MULTITUDE OF THINGS, BUT RECEIVING NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR WORKING HARD IN THE CLASSROOM IS EASILY ONE OF MY PROUDEST.” —Kyle M. Davis, Central Arkansas ’17

2015-16 HICKS SCHOLARS

John P. Brewer Texas-Austin ’17 Economics 3.03 GPA

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Kyle Davis Central Arkansas ’17 Pre-medicine 3.47 GPA

Warder B. Page East Tennessee State ’17 Sports Management 3.10 GPA

Corey M. Shamy West Chester ’17 Criminal Justice 3.13 GPA

Zachary Wardell Lawrence Tech ’17 Mechanical Engineering 3.22 GPA


Brothers helping brothers is a fundamental part of the SigEp experience. When Jim Clayton, Tennessee ’57, fell upon hard times with his nationally acclaimed business, Clayton Homes, fellow SigEp Wallace C. Doud, Wisconsin ’48, came quickly to his aid and helped navigate the difficult juncture, getting Clayton Homes back on course. Clayton Homes became the largest producer and seller of manufactured housing in the United States and was sold to Berkshire Hathaway in 2013 for $1.7 billion. In appreciation of Doud’s service, Clayton endowed the Clayton-Doud Award, which recognizes brothers who come to one another’s aid in times of trouble. The biennial scholarship provides $10,000 in scholarships to brothers who exemplify the relationship shared by Brothers Clayton and Doud.

PART OF MY PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE IS IF YOU ARE IN A POSITION

I WANT TO THANK SIGEP AND BROTHERS CLAYTON AND

TO HELP OTHER PEOPLE, THAT’S YOUR HIGHEST CALLING. THE

DOUD FOR HONORING MAX AND ME WITH THIS AWARD. THE

CLAYTON-DOUD AWARD IS A MANIFESTATION OF WHAT IS IN OUR

SCHOLARSHIP HELPS US PAY FOR OUR CONTINUING EDUCATION

RITUAL. WHEN A BROTHER FALLS BY THE WAYSIDE, IT IS ANOTHER

AND GIVES US A CHANCE TO GIVE BACK TO OUR CHAPTER.

BROTHER WHO PICKS HIM UP AND HELPS HIM TO RECOVER.”

AS SOON AS WE RECEIVED THE AWARD, MAX AND I BOTH DECIDED TO GIVE A PORTION OF IT TO OUR CHAPTER’S BALANCED

—Wallace C. Doud, Wisconsin ’48

MAN SCHOLARSHIP. WITH THESE FUNDS, THEY CAN CONTINUE RECRUITING THE BEST MEN ON CAMPUS AND FURTHERING SIGEP’S LEGACY.” —Zach Knight, South Carolina ’15

Clayton-Doud Award recipients Max Fowler, South Carolina ’15, and Zach Knight ’14, worked together to reverse a culture of hazing in their chapter. They rebuilt South Carolina Alpha as a leading student organization on their campus and helped spearhead Conclave legislation that aligned all chapters behind the Balanced Man Program.

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Created by an anonymous donor with an appreciation for the lessons learned through studying abroad, this scholarship helps deserving brothers fund their study abroad experience. Each year, a single recipient is selected from a competitive pool of applicants based on demonstrated academic success, campus involvement and chapter leadership. The recipient receives a $1,000 scholarship to help offset the cost of tuition while studying abroad.

THIS SCHOLARSHIP WILL HELP ENABLE AND EMPOWER ME TO GAIN A GLOBAL OUTLOOK ON THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY. BEING A STUDENT IN WEST TEXAS, THE ENERGY EPICENTER OF AMERICA, IT IS OFTEN HARD TO APPRECIATE JUST HOW GLOBAL THE ENERGY INDUSTRY IS. THIS STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP HAS ALLOWED ME TO EXPLORE AND APPRECIATE THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF GLOBAL ENERGY WITHOUT THE BURDEN OF A TIGHT BUDGET. FOR THAT, I AM TRULY GRATEFUL.” —Zach Augustine, Texas Tech ’17

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The Frank Rader Memorial Wrestling Award was created to honor the legacy of the late Frank E. Rader, Davidson ’71, a lifelong SigEp volunteer and national wrestling figure. Rader was named the 1982 USA Wrestling Man of the Year, and he was inducted into the Order of the Golden Heart in 1999. The $2,500 scholarship recognizes undergraduates who embody the ideals of Sound Mind and Sound Body by engaging in competitive wrestling during college while demonstrating strong community leadership and academic performance. The Frank Rader Memorial Wrestling Award was established by a generous gift from Jay Hurt, Davidson ‘88, at the 2015 Conclave. “Frank was the first to teach me that SigEp extended well beyond the walls of my chapter home, a lesson that changed my life, and one for which I will always be grateful,” said Hurt.

THE FRANK RADER MEMORIAL WRESTLING AWARD HAS CONTINUED TO IMPACT MY LIFE BOTH ON AND OFF THE MAT. THE AWARD HAS MADE IT POSSIBLE TO FOCUS MORE ON MY WRESTLING, SIGEP AND MY ACADEMICS. ALSO, IT HAS FACILITATED NUMEROUS CONNECTIONS WITH SIGEPS IN WRESTLING.” —Matthew Davis, Ohio State ’17

To learn more, visit sigep.org/scholarships

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When lifetime volunteer Phillip A. Cox, Indiana ’84, was elected Grand President in 2013, he reminded the Fraternity that a group of dedicated volunteers can be found behind every great chapter and SigEp success story. Cox made it a priority to grow the Fraternity’s volunteer base and provide better education and recognition to those directly serving SigEp’s chapters. WE THOUGHT OF NO BETTER WAY TO HONOR BOTH PHIL AND THE FRATERNITY THAN BY FUNDING THE PHILLIP A. COX VOLUNTEER INSTITUTE. KENDA AND I, LIKE MANY OTHERS THAT HAVE SUPPORTED THIS EFFORT, KNOW THAT THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WE HAVE TO DO. IT’S ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL TO THE HEALTH OF OUR CHAPTERS TO HAVE A STRONG VOLUNTEER GROUP, AND IN FACT, OUR VERY FUTURE AT SIGEP DEPENDS ON IT.” —Chris Bittman, Colorado ’85 Throughout his term as Grand President, Cox was relentless in supporting SigEp’s volunteers. Under his leadership, a staff was hired to provide daily support to volunteers, and 765 volunteers received in-person education. SigEp brothers and friends were determined to ensure the availability and growth of these opportunities. In recognition of Cox’s legacy, they set a $1 million campaign goal to establish the Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute. In the weeks that followed the 2015 Conclave, $850,000 was committed to the program’s endowment.

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Indiana Beta

John A. Abraham Cincinnati ’77

Charles L. V. Bills Indiana ’79

Brian T. Clarke CalPoly-Pomona ’03

Kevin J. Fleming Loyola Marymount ’00

Gary E. Griffith Texas-Austin ’70

Jeffrey W. Albers Indiana ’93

Pam Bishop Stephen E. Bishop Indiana ’76

Nicolaus J. Collins San Diego ’14

Logan M. Fletcher North Dakota ’12

Christopher A. Haid Morehead State ’77

John M. Corby Arizona State ’74

Thomas H. Forrester Tennessee ’81

Dr. Keith A. Hall Indiana State ’58

Donna B. Jarvis

Jesse W. Fortney, Ph.D. Hawaii ’92

Troy D. Hanson Valparaiso ’02

Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D. Florida International ’90

Chris D. Foster Indiana ’84

Timothy J. Harmon Washington ’82

Columbus L. Johnson, Jr. CSU-Sacramento ’85

Matthew K. Fox Clarkson ’03

Bryan A. Harmsen Colorado State ’01

Michael A. Johnson Eastern Washington ’01

John M. Frost Indiana ’86

Bret M. Harrell Nebraska-Omaha ’12

Kathy Johnston

Father William Fulco, S.J., Ph.D. Loyola Marymount Renaissance

Jenn Harter

John S. Kaczowka Maine ’83

John W. Hartman Missouri ’61

Bryan J. Kaminski Johns Hopkins ’06

Robert J. Heintzelman Texas-Austin ’88

Matthew J. Kapszukiewicz Massachusetts ’95

David R. Hereford, II Marshall ’86

John J. Kapusky Michigan ’69

Chris Hetzner

Dr. Brian D. Kassar Montana State Renaissance

Nicholas Altman Radford ’16

Edward E. Bishop, Jr. Virginia Tech ’74

David Amstutz

Christopher L. Bittman Colorado ’85

Marialice Cox Sean P. Craft North Texas ’95

Paul Andersen Northern Iowa ’16

Ryan M. Bixler Ohio State ’16

Adam E. Crompton Arizona ’15

Raymond D. Anderson, III Nebraska ’88

David F. Blau Georgia State ’79

Bruce W. Anderson Texas-Austin ’71

Cameron M. Blaydes Illinois ’12

Laura Curzi Ryan D’Ercole Christopher Newport ’16

Andrew Aubery South Florida ’06

David J. Bradfield Nevada-Reno ’05

James M. Azriel Indiana ’10

Jan Brammer Michael K. Brand Jacksonville ’84

Charles E. Amato Sam Houston State ’70

Andrew C. Baker Elon ’06 Kyle K. Baker Virginia Commonwealth Renaissance David R. Basler Kent State ’00 Clayton H. Baum Arizona ’86 Matthew D. Beck Iowa ’90 William E. Becker Indiana ’72 Richard E. Beckett Theodore R. Behnken Toledo ’82 Harry L. Belton Louisiana State ’81 Christopher L. Bender Laura Bertorello and David T. Bertorello Evansville ’89

Edward E. Dahlkamp San Diego State ’63 D. Shawn Dalgleish Illinois ’81 John E. Davis Western Carolina ’87

Jerry T. Gallagher Zollinger Renaissance Kyle R. Gallagher West Chester ’14 Jerry and Molly Garau Johnson L. Garrett, Jr. Syracuse ’88

Joseph Brejda Georgia Tech ’12

Paul DiMarino CSU-San Bernardino ’95

Stephen J. Buce Stevens ’86

Denis H. Dieker, Jr. Wichita State ’77

Trevor Bullard Massachusetts ’12

Stephen T. Diltz Arizona State ’90

William M. Bunting, Jr. Mississippi ’00

John L. Dougherty Drexel ’05

Clark H. Byrum, Sr. Indiana ’57

Tony Drake

C. Bryce Giesler Tennessee ’82

R. Scott Dudis Ohio State ’09

Zachary A. Gillman Austin Peay State ’15

Daniel A. Duncan Georgia ’85

Glenn T. Gnirrep Rutgers ’82

Eric G. Ealy Monmouth ’86

Meghan Grace Jamieson D. Gray Illinois ’12

David R. Calderon CalPoly-Pomona ’88 California Gamma AVC California Upsilon AVC Michael M. Carriere Charleston (South Carolina) ’10 Jonathan B. Catanzarita Clarion ’11 Kenneth G. Christianson Washington State ’74

Dr. Christopher J. Gassman Colorado ’04

Grant C. Eastman Northeastern ’11 Matthew B. Eisen Yale ’10

Michael D. Giacalone Rhode Island ’09

Thomas L. Gray Kansas ’77 Dr. Michael A. Green California-Berkeley ’62

Glenn A. Ezell North Texas ’87

Indiana Beta AVC Seth D. Irby Louisiana State ’11

Kent B. Hickman Colorado ’61

Michael C. Kearney, Sr. Missouri-S&T ’61

Sawyer J. Hicks Davidson ’14 Matthew M. Hillerud North Dakota ’04 Gary L. Huff Central Arkansas ’91

Garry C. Kief Southern California ’70 Kreth J. Koehler Central Arkansas ’92 Sandra Konstanzer

David L. Huiett Cleveland State ’66 Debbie H. Hunt Jordan C. Hunt Utah State ’13 Arthur J. Hurt, III Davidson ‘88 Benjamin A. Hutto South Carolina ’15 William S. Hydrick Loyola ’85

Mark S. Krzywonos Northern Kentucky ’84 Jonathan J. Kucera Virginia ’69 Peter W. Lafferty La Salle ’92 Henry M. Landis Illinois State ’82 Joseph W. Langella, Jr. Connecticut ’83

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Lauren D. Judson Patrick W. Lawler Memphis ’77 Nick Lednicky Texas-Austin ’17 Andrew P. Lemens Drake ’08 Joseph P. Leuenberger Lawrence Tech ’11 Michael R. Lincoln Southeast Missouri State ’84

Shawn McKenna Maine ’77

Davis R. Orr Alabama ’14

Marcus P. Robinson Dayton ’99

Elliot A. Silver Duke ’04

Robert L. Trovaten San Diego State ’67

David R. Worthington Indiana ’79

David M. McLaughlin Minnesota ’92

Kevin A. Otero New Mexico ’87

J. Darren Rodgers Georgia ’84

Jack and Susanne Sogard

John K. Tyler Texas-Austin ’63

Jeffrey D. Wray Georgetown ’11

Daniel W. McVeigh Texas Wesleyan ’90

Corey A. Parks Central Arkansas ’16

Gerardus H. Van Moorsel Colorado ’82

The Honorable Archer L. Yeatts, III Richmond ’64

Joseph W. Mehlhaff Marquette ’17

Claire Parrish Matthew S. Parrish Georgia ’07

Julie W. Ross John Rumbelow Arkansas ’16

Roger A. Mermelstein Miami (Florida) ’87 Archie W. Messersmith, M.S. Samford ’99

Lisa Nguyen Paul H. Litcher Indiana Tech ’88 Riley S. Little Christopher Newport ’13 Christopher S. Loveless Texas Tech ’92 Emily Lowry Christopher P. Lynch Northeastern ’07 Kevin A. Maguire Michigan Tech ’83 Karen Mahakian John Mainella

Richard W. Meyer Indiana ’76 Brian J. Michalka Rensselaer ’16 Colonel John P. Millar Colorado ’83 Marshall Miller Valparaiso ’14 Donald A. Morris Iowa State ’78 Salvatore A. Moschelli Lawrence Tech ’00 Melia H. Motley Adam J. Motycka Toledo ’10

Robert F. Marchesani, Jr. Blake A. Martens Washington State ’09 Joseph L. Martin, Jr. Indiana ’79 Kyle A. Mason Texas-Austin ’16 William H. McCausland Texas-Austin ’83 Thomas T. McDaniel Indiana ’85 Jason J. McGill Vanderbilt ’08 Kenneth R. McHone Wisconsin-Platteville ’06

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Erin D. Mullally Michigan State ’99 Lloyd A. Murphy Illinois ’78 Norman E. Nabhan, CIMA Purdue ’71 Bradley C. Nahrstadt Monmouth ’89 Dana and Max Newell Stacy D. Nicodemus Kirby J. Noel Tufts ’91 North-American Interfraternity Conference, Inc.

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Andrew J. Parrish Georgia ’13 Pennsylvania Tau AVC Marco Q. Pescara Toledo ’88 Kurt T. Phares Nebraska ’79 James W. Poole Virginia Commonwealth ’14

Steven R. Ruttner Washington ’79 John M. Scheck West Chester ’14 Micah J. Schehl Cincinnati ’00 Steven Schottenstein Indiana ’78 Eugene C. Schurg, Jr. Davis and Elkins ’77 Scott A. Schwartz Iowa ’93

Michelle Pope Dr. Barry Z. Posner California-Santa Barbara ’70 Jeffrey R. Prather Ball State ’99

Raymond D. Schwichtenberg Iowa State ’76 Alex K. Scull Westminster ’12

James P. Spellman, II Texas Tech ’90 St. Richard’s Episcopal School K. Wade Stack Memphis ’05

John Vincent Southeast Missouri State ’97

Ehren J. Stanhope Tulane ’05

Virginia Beta AVC Donald P. Walde Colorado ’87

Paul T. Steffens, Jr. Thiel ’70 Charles A. Stegman Colorado ’81 Lee W. Stewart Virginia Commonwealth ’10 Brady J. Storhaug North Dakota ’00 Zachary W. Stull Nebraska ’14 Daniel P. Sullivan WPI ’12 Kyle F. Sutton Cincinnati ’12

Sheehan Z. A. Walker Virginia Commonwealth ’11 Lyle W. Ward SIU-Edwardsville ’72 Brian C. Warren, Jr. Virginia ’04 Scott A. Weinstein Indiana ’83 W. Denton White Indiana ’15 Charles N. White, Jr. Western Michigan ’62

Michael J. Taylor Truman State ’85

Ashley Whitlatch Dr. Carolyn Whittier Susan L. Williams Roger Williams Michael C. Williams Memphis ’69

J. David Teitelman, MPA American ’07

Kelly L. Williams Tennessee ’92

Craig D. Templeton Kansas ’81

John D. Wilson New Mexico ’86

Brian A. Shawn North Dakota ’02

The GE Foundation

Alan D. Wilson Tennessee ’79

Matthew E. Shireman Indiana State ’94

Kenneth M. Thompson Washington ’14

James N. Roach Connecticut ’99

Frank N. Shope Tennessee ’81

Walter H. Thompson Auburn ’64

Trent N. Roberts Indiana State ’98

James Shore

Joseph M. Toth Maryland ’14

Eric D. Pugh West Virginia ’87 Gregory J. Pusinelli Indiana ’80 Cassandra Ratti Stuart B. Redsun Oregon ’87 Kristen Reid Mark D. Reiter Drake ’15 Julie Renshaw Michael D. Repasky Ohio State ’08

Shawn T. Sedlacek Southern California ’93 Mindi Seidel Michael T. Selby Eastern Michigan ’02 Barbara Shanahan Jonathan H. Shanklin Valparaiso ’08 Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D. Murray State ’70

Gregory C. Swain Central Missouri ’85 Timothy R. Swift Babson ’96

William E. Wivell Connecticut ’85 Kimberly Wolfert Laura Woods

Karen L. Young Clinton M. Young Arkansas State ’84 Stephen L. Young Kansas ’80


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TO ME, KEN MADDOX WAS SUMMER DEVELOPMENT. HE SET THE TONE FOR HOW THE RDS WERE GOING TO BE EDUCATED. HE SET THE TONE FOR WHAT WAS GOING TO BE EXPECTED OF YOU AS A WORKER FOR THE ORGANIZATION. THERE WAS A PROFESSIONAL ETHIC, A WORK ETHIC THAT WAS DEMANDED BY HIM. IT’S A NO-BRAINER FOR ME THAT I WOULD HELP FUND SOMETHING TO HONOR KEN THAT SURROUNDED SUMMER DEVELOPMENT FOR OUR REGIONAL DIRECTORS.” —Tom Jelke, Florida International ’90 Through years of training the

succeed during an important period

summer development programming.

development sessions and provide

Fraternity’s regional directors

in our Fraternity’s history. The

The campaign for the Kenneth S.

strong professional development

to serve chapters, Ken Maddox

regional directors that Ken trained

Maddox Summer Development

programming for each class of

impacted tens of thousands of

have had an enduring impact on

Program Endowment will fund RD

regional directors. Brothers and

undergraduate brothers. During Ken’s

SigEp brothers and chapters across

participation in the University of

friends have given well over

tenure as executive director from

the country, both during their time on

Richmond’s leadership certificate

$425,000 toward the $500,000 goal

1987 to 1996, 106 regional directors

staff and as volunteers ever since.

program throughout the summer.

to fully endow the program.

received life-changing training that

Ken’s great legacy continues today

It will enable successful past staff

equipped them to help our chapters

through the high quality of SigEp’s

members to facilitate summer

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Rev. Raymond K. Ackerman Oklahoma ’77

Dr. Darin A. Croft Iowa ’93

Alex S. Hendee Fort Hays State ’13

Eric W. Lauterbach California-Santa Barbara ’89

Benjamin K. Morrow Monmouth ’11

James W. Reeves, J.D., LL.M. Central Missouri ’80

C. Matthew Thornton Oklahoma ’91

Kyle W. Arganbright Nebraska ’04

Laura Curzi

John F. Henkel West Chester ’13

F. Whitaker Leonhardt Georgetown ’07

Melia H. Motley

James N. Roach Connecticut ’99

William G. Tragos Washington in St. Louis ’56

Frederick C. K. Herberich Johns Hopkins ’91

Todd M. Lewers Virginia Tech ’78

Ari M. Rosenbaum Pennsylvania State ’91

Lawrence K. Van Hoose Oklahoma ’76

Joshua D. Hodnichak Case Western ’10

Riley S. Little Christopher Newport ’13

James A. Ryder, Jr. Grand Valley State ’94

Roger H. VanHoozer Washburn ’72

William L. Hoke, Jr. Arizona ’73

Richard G. Long, Jr. Colorado State ’79

Charles M. Schneider Creighton ’95

Jacques L. Vauclain, III Davidson ’90

Jeffrey T. Horan North Carolina State ’11

Christopher S. Loveless Texas Tech ’92

Steven Schottenstein Indiana ’78

Sheehan Z. A. Walker Virginia Commonwealth ’11

Arthur J. Hurt, III Davidson ’88

James B. Lowery Mississippi State ’94

Brian C. Warren, Jr. Virginia ’04

Seth D. Irby Louisiana State ’11

Thomas H. Lynch Pennsylvania State ’90

Norman E. Nabhan, CIMA Purdue ’71

Mindi Seidel Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D. Murray State ’70

Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D. Florida International ’90

Billy D. Maddalon North Carolina State ’90

Kyle D. Nelson Washington State ’11

W. Bart Shaw Central Arkansas ’04

Jeffery L. Johnson Colorado ’89

Mark S. Maloney, Jr. Tennessee-Martin ’15

Matthew Ngo Texas Christian ’12

Matthew E. Shireman Indiana State ’94

Lisa Nguyen John A. Kacsur Purdue ’90

William H. McCausland Texas-Austin ’83

Arthur J. Siccardi Florida ’98

Scott G. Averill Kansas State ’77 Gregory P. Barra Texas-Austin ’03 J. Tim Biddle Colorado State ’73 Christopher L. Bittman Colorado ’85 Jan Brammer Jay J. Brunetti Maine ’92

Daniel J. Czaja, Jr. Georgia Tech ’92 Mark W. Davis Nebraska ’90 Jesse C. Diaz California-Berkeley ’97 Stephen T. Diltz Arizona State ’90 Jack N. Donohew, III Purdue ’95 Wallace C. Doud Wisconsin ’48

Timothy J. Bryant Massachusetts ’89

John C. Durrant Stetson ’96

Bryan M. Burke Oklahoma ’94

Eric G. Ealy Monmouth ’86

Clark H. Byrum, Sr. Indiana ’57

Scott K. Edinger Florida State ’92

Larry L. Campbell Lewis & Clark ’53

W. Erik Foster Indiana ’91

Michael V. Carlone North Carolina State ’92

Michael B. Fruchtman CSU-Northridge ’11

Chad H. Carlson, CFP Baylor ’95

Clayton Funk Washburn ’93

Nicholas J. Carrillo Bradley ’94

Ernest L. Gaines, Jr. Rhode Island ’86

Mark A. Christensen North Dakota ’95

Nathan E. Gamble Oregon State ’95

Kenneth G. Christianson Washington State ’74

Ryan T. Garthright Colorado State ’10

Michael B. Clark Ohio State ’91

Bayard V. Gennert Case Western ’02

Nicolaus J. Collins San Diego ’14

Gary E. Griffith Texas-Austin ’70

Dean M. Cooper Chapman ’91

Bryan C. Gunst Christopher Newport ’11

John M. Corby Arizona State ’74

Robert J. Hanrahan, III Indiana ‘77

Sean C. Cosgrove Cincinnati ’05

Timothy J. Harmon Washington ’82

Christopher M. McCaw Appalachian State ’03

David A. Kacsur Purdue ’94 Bryan J. Kaminski Johns Hopkins ’06 Matthew J. Kapszukiewicz Massachusetts ’95

Michael D. McDowell Nevada-Reno ’03 Jason J. McGill Vanderbilt ’08

Michael L. Kimmel Dartmouth College ’94

Shawn McKenna Maine ’77

Daniel J. Kraninger Villanova ’93

David M. McLaughlin Minnesota ’92

Robert J. Krapfl, D.V.M. Washington in St. Louis ’90

John F. McMillan Bucknell ‘78

Jonathan J. Kucera Virginia ’69

Roger A. Mermelstein Miami (Florida) ’87

Kevin M. Kwoka San Diego State ’11

Archie W. Messersmith, M.S. Samford ’99

Donald J. Lane Richmond ’92

Michael K. Moore Arizona State ’91

Joseph W. Langella, Jr. Connecticut ’83

Robert A. Morris New Mexico State ’94

Daniel H. Mudd Kansas ’95 Sean L. Mulhern Virginia Tech ’93 Shawn Mullen Rhode Island ‘13 Patrick T. Murphy Northeastern ’10 Douglas M. Nabhan Purdue ’77

Kirby J. Noel Tufts ’91 David J. Norris SUNY-Oswego ’90 Matthew B. Ontell UCLA ’05 Davis R. Orr Alabama ’14 Jacob A. Orville Massachusetts ’95 Matthew S. Parrish Georgia ’07 Joel D. Plys Bradley ’93 Michael J. Powers Oregon State ’07 Jeffrey R. Prather Ball State ’99 Jeffrey D. Prouty Iowa State ’79

Christopher S. Sinclair Oklahoma ’89 Rodney L. Smart Sacramento State ’77 Jerry A. Smith, Jr. Texas-Austin ’79 Jason M. St. John Maryland-College Park ’94

John D. Weir Purdue ’01 Mark D. Wenrick Oregon ’96 The Honorable Robert D. Wills, Jr. Central Arkansas ’91 Michael A. Wolbert Northwest Missouri ’94 Dean L. Woodbeck Michigan Tech ’78 Stephen L. Young Kansas ’80 Kevin M. Zimmer Kansas ’94

Zachary W. Stull Nebraska ’14 Daniel P. Sullivan WPI ’12 Kyle F. Sutton Cincinnati ’12 Mark L. Sutton Central Florida ’92 Roy J. Sye Monmouth ’13 Craig D. Templeton Kansas ’81

Cassandra Ratti

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JOHN HAS BEEN A CONSTANT IN MY LIFE SINCE I ATTENDED THE FIRST RUCK LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE OVER 15 YEARS AGO. SINCE THEN, WE HAVE SHARED COUNTLESS LIFE EXPERIENCES TOGETHER, FROM STARTING SIGEP CHAPTERS TO CLIMBING CANYONS TO INSPIRING MY TWO AMAZING KIDS. BY ESTABLISHING TEAM HARTMAN, FUTURE GENERATIONS ARE ENSURED OF EXPERIENCING WHAT I’VE SO GREATLY ENJOYED ABOUT JOHN: HIS PASSION FOR LIFE AND THE IDEALS HE ESPOUSES EVERY DAY AS ONE OF THE GREATEST SIGEPS EVER.” —Zar Toolan, Columbia ’01 The Team Hartman Endowment

1999, Hartman has returned every

undergraduates have attended Ruck.

$500,000 in gifts and pledges,

honors Past Grand President John W.

summer to personally mentor a

Those assigned to the “Red Group,”

and supports the attendance of

Hartman, Missouri ’61, for the crucial

group of undergraduates, sharing

a team of 20 scholars, have studied

20 Ruck Scholars in perpetuity.

role he played in co-founding the

the wisdom he’s gained from a

under Hartman himself.

Hartman’s group of 20 scholars

Frank J. Ruck Leadership Institute.

lifetime of service to SigEp. Over

Since the program’s founding in

the last 17 years, nearly 2,000

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was permanently renamed The campaign raised more than

“Team Hartman.”


James M. Amen Sacramento State ’96

Michael J. Duggan Missouri State ’74

John Hartman Missouri ’61

Michael D. McDowell Nevada-Reno ’03

Michael J. Pruski Lawrence Tech ’15

Daniel P. Sullivan WPI ’12

Bruce W. Anderson Texas-Austin ’71

Dr. Charles G. Eberly Bowling Green State ’63

Gregory S. Hogan James Madison ’09

Shawn McKenna Maine ’77

Michael D. Repasky Ohio State ’08

Scott S. Swedberg Elon ’11

Gregory P. Barra Texas-Austin ’03

Matthew W. Engelhardt Valparaiso ’91

Bruce E. Hopson Missouri ’88

David M. McLaughlin Minnesota ’92

Christopher S. Rhodes Washington in St. Louis ’09

Roy J. Sye Monmouth ’13

Thomas A. Barton Loras ’89

Justin Feit Columbia ’14

Jeffrey T. Horan North Carolina State ’11

Patrick E. McLaughlin Elon ’16

David F. Rielley Saint Louis ’99

Travis B. Taylor Murray State ’11

Thomas A. Beckett Stetson ’14

Matthew D. Finke Truman State ’04

Matthew Huggins Washington ’14

Daniel W. McVeigh Texas Wesleyan ’90

Caleb S. Roberts Austin Peay State ’10

E. Scott Thompson, II Southern Mississippi ‘99

Richard W. Bennet, III Central Missouri ’74

Evan L. Fossen Montana ’16

Jordan C. Hunt Utah State ’13

Christopher G. Miller Western Michigan ’14

J. William Roberts Austin Peay State ’16

Zariel J. Toolan Columbia ’01

Edward E. Bishop, Jr. Virginia Tech ’74

Brock Frazer Ball State ’17

Michael D. Hurst Missouri S&T ’74

Jake C. Miller Ohio Wesleyan ’14

Marcus P. Robinson Dayton ’99

William G. Tragos Washington in St. Louis ’56

Christopher L. Bittman Colorado ’85

Clayton Funk Washburn ’93

Arthur J. Hurt, III Davidson ’88

Thomas W. Miltenberger Missouri ’68

Terry W. Schaefer Missouri ’68

Tyler J. Troast Bucknell ’08

Tyler R. Boggess Drake ’10

Ryan T. Garthright Colorado State ’10

Seth D. Irby Louisiana State ’11

Christopher T. Minnis Truman State ’00

Steven Schottenstein Indiana ’78

Devon B. Walker Pepperdine ’12

Dennis W. Bond Missouri ’65

Bayard V. Gennert Case Western ’02

Ryan P. Jacobsen San Diego ’00

John M. Morris Missouri ’68

Dr. Corey B. Schuler Valparaiso ’02

Brian C. Warren, Jr. Virginia ’04

David W. Bradt California-Davis ’03

Michael D. Giacalone Rhode Island ’09

Douglas M. Nabhan Purdue ’77

John A. Schuyler Western Michigan ’00

John D. Weir Purdue ’01

Chad H. Carlson, CFP Baylor ’95

Mitchell E. Goldich Lehigh ’09

Donna B. Jarvis Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D. Florida International ’90

Bradley C. Nahrstadt Monmouth ’89

A. J. Scribante Kansas State ’56

J. Paul Wengler Missouri ’62

Michael M. Carriere Charleston (South Carolina) ’10

Nate M. Gossett Ball State ’15

Colin P. O’Dell Rhode Island ’10

Shawn T. Sedlacek Southern California ’93

Michael C. Williams Memphis ’69

Steven B. Chaneles, Esq. Connecticut ’83

David J. Graziano St. John’s ’03

Matthew B. Ontell UCLA ’05

Kyle T. See-Rockers North Dakota ’14

John M. Williamson Oklahoma ’10

Nicolaus J. Collins San Diego ’14

Robert K. W. Grey Cal State-San Bernardino ’11

Ethan A. Parr Wisconsin-Platteville ’12

Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D. Murray State ’70

Brady D. Wolfe Drake ’09

Matthew W. Costa Boston University ’14

Gary E. Griffith Texas-Austin ’70

Matthew S. Parrish Georgia ’07

Tyler J. Shaw Wright State ’16

Phillip A. Cox Indiana ’84

Captain Robert H. Grose, USN Missouri ’54

William M. Patten Texas Christian ’73

Kyle G. Shepard John Carroll ’11

Colin S. Dodd Louisville ’11

Bjorn D. Halvorson Washington ’14

Scott W. Phillips, Jr. Ohio State ’05

Jonathan D. Shoemaker WPI ’09

Cole H. Downey Monmouth ’17

Dr. Edward H. Hammond Emporia State ’66

Dr. Barry Z. Posner California-Santa Barbara ’70

Rodney L. Smart Sacramento State ’77

Ryan C. Dressler Ohio State ’08

Larry W. Hannah Missouri ’60

Jeffrey R. Prather Ball State ’99

Ehren J. Stanhope Tulane ’05

R. Scott Dudis Ohio State ’09

Bryan A. Harmsen Colorado State ’01

Jeffrey D. Prouty Iowa State ’79

Perrin B. Stifel Missouri ’67

Robert M. Jepson Utah State ’12 Columbus L. Johnson, Jr. Sacramento State ’85 Bryan J. Kaminski Johns Hopkins ’06 J. Gregory Keller Missouri ’86 Garry C. Kief Southern California ’70 Andrew C. Land Clemson ’04 David V. LaRusso Missouri ’76 Andrew P. Lemens Drake ’08 Billy D. Maddalon North Carolina State ’90

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American

7

1

Arizona

22

2

Arizona State

14

Arkansas

11

1

1

35

3.50

123

1

*

4

8

3.44

53

25

3.44

86

14

3.17

120

12

3.07

150

8

3.08

17

12

2.84

100

2.92

48

3.14

45

3.19

31

Arkansas Tech

8

Auburn

10

Austin Peay State

8

8

Babson

2

2

Baker

8

8

1

Baldwin Wallace

5

Ball State

12

1

Barton

10

1

Baylor

0

Boston College

5

Boston University

4

invaluable opportunities to develop as leaders and balanced

Bowling Green State

16

1

men. It is no coincidence that chapters taking advantage of

Bradley

9

1

these opportunities outperform their peers.

Bucknell

7

Cal State-Northridge

11

Cal State-San Bernardino

5

California-Berkeley

8

chapter’s participation in SigEp programs. Also displayed

California-Davis

1

5

1

11

3.21

32

5

1

19

3.16

55

11

2.90

24

2

2

*

59

4

10

3.64

38

4

3.26

75

3

20

2.87

68

4

14

3.14

63

7

3.35

83

12

2.96

69

5

3.06

61

9

3.51

64

7

7

2.99

12

are measures of performance seen through GPA, recruitment

California-Irvine

2

2

2.75

52

and retention of members, and Buchanan Cup awards for

California-Riverside

7

8

2.98

62

California-San Diego

8

8

3.02

58

California-Santa Barbara

15

15

3.15

112

Canisius

5

1

6

3.36

20

4

3.15

93

2

13

3.43

70

SigEp donors provide our brothers with unique and

The following report card provides a snapshot of each active

chapter excellence. REPORT CARD KEY RLC: Residential Learning Community LAC: Life After College *University does not track or report on chapter GPAs. †Chapter not operational during reporting term.

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1

1

1

1

Carnegie Mellon

4

Case Western

11

Central Arkansas

8

9

2.80

75

Central Missouri

8

8

2.96

58

Chicago

5

5

*

27

1

2015 BUC CUP

MANPOWER

18

FALL 2015 GPA

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

1

1

RLC

RUCK

16

Alaska-Fairbanks

TOTAL

CARLSON

Alabama

TRAGOS

CHAPTER


MANPOWER 79

7

Clarkson

6

1

Cleveland State

9

2

Coastal Carolina

7

1

Colorado

12

1

13

Colorado School of Mines

8

8

Columbia

6

Connecticut

13

Cornell Creighton

7

3.30

21

Georgetown

11

11

3.16

91

10

2.93

44

Georgia

7

7

3.50

134

12

2.85

20

Georgia Tech

11

1

12

3.34

84

8

2.95

52

Grand Valley State

6

1

7

3.06

59

3.02

99

Houston

10

1

3.17

37

Illinois

19

1

6

3.55

95

Indiana

9

44

3.28

63

Indiana State

23

1

7

7

3.46

77

Indiana Tech

6

7

7

3.40

124

Iowa †

5

Dartmouth

3

3

3.55

98

Iowa State

33

Davidson

11

12

3.28

66

James Madison

7

Davis & Elkins

4

4

3.36

6

John Carroll

8

Delaware

5

6

3.24

114

Johns Hopkins

8

DePaul

6

6

3.10

69

Kansas

8

1

9

1

2

29

1

1

Drake

17

1

4

Drexel

14

2

7

Duke

2

East Carolina

7

1

East Tennessee State

15

1

Eastern Illinois

8

Eastern Washington

8

2

Elon

4

1

Emory

9

7

1

2.89

57

24

3.33

185

9

4.47

147

30

2.90

54

1

7

3.00

23

1

6

3.65

0

3.27

86

28

6

2.17

51

4

*

14

7

*

34 26

2

3.59

87

Kentucky

5

8

2.83

53

Kentucky Wesleyan

4

23

3.02

64

La Salle

6

8

2.69

49

Lamar

5

5

2.95

10

3.19

9

Lawrence

8

1

5

14

3.05

33

3.33

97

Lawrence Tech

27

1

17

45

3.04

59

11

11

3.10

66

14

3.20

36

26

3.09

86

29

3.19

98

3.51

100

2.72

32

9

5

14

3.40

40

Lehigh

1

1

Loras

9

1

Louisiana State

24

1

Ferris State

6

6

2.85

36

Louisville

15

1 1

8

79

2.93

8

63

Florida State

3.22

8

15

Kent State

13

7

16

Kansas State

3.01

9

110

40

2.68

Florida International

75

3.16

111

9

Florida Gulf Coast

3.36

3.43

4

11

*

0

Loyola Marymount

7

10

2.96

39

Lynchburg

6

1

10

3.10

59

Maine

21

1

1

8

3.07

17

Marquette

3

1

8

2.93

130

Marshall

5

1

1

67

8

3.48

14

2

99

3.14

1

1

3.00

1

9

7 13

22

8

8

24

13

Florida Atlantic

6

5

Evansville

Florida

11 4

33

Emporia State

2015 BUC CUP

FALL 2015 GPA

RLC

RUCK

27

2.84

TOTAL

CARLSON

2.33

9

CHAPTER

TRAGOS

2015 BUC CUP

8

149

Clarion

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

MANPOWER

FALL 2015 GPA

1

9

RLC

7

Fresno State

3.35 3.22

19

1

Fort Hays State

13 18

3

13

Christopher Newport Cincinnati

1

79

TOTAL

TRAGOS

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

RUCK

CARLSON

CHAPTER

4 1 13

8

6 1 4

23

3.40

57

8

*

36

6

*

4

REPORT CARD

39


40

8

3

91

Northern Illinois

7

51

Northern Iowa

16

2

19

1

3.00

54

Northern Kentucky

5

2.88

22

Northwest Missouri

8

3.30

89

Northwestern

13

58

3.02

68

4

24 8

3.01

83

4

17

3.5

37 46

Miami (Ohio)

7

3.14

83

Ohio

4

4

2.74

7

7

3.23

96

Ohio Northern

3

3

2.94

40

Michigan State

5

5

2.95

98

Ohio State

42

3.47

155

Michigan Tech

9

9

3.10

39

Ohio Wesleyan

3

3.14

46

3.36

109

Oklahoma

11

1

2.90

131

Oklahoma State

19

1

Old Dominion

8

Oregon

7

1 1

Minnesota

15 14

3

15

Missouri S&T

14

1

Missouri State

11

1

Missouri-Kansas City

10

MIT

7

Monmouth Montana

17 15 1

13

3.20

82

3.16

103

1

1

44 3

8

1

3.16

240

3.07

89

8

2.51

23

8

2.96

90

3.27

133

3.49

73

10

3.01

22

Oregon State

10

8

4.16

38

Pennsylvania

10

10

15

1

16

3.15

29

Pennsylvania State

8

8

5

1

6

3.42

26

Pepperdine

5

5

1

3.09

116

3.20

84

13

3.12

49

8

2.97

12

6

3.31

65 26

Montana State

8

3.41

49

Pittsburg State

8

1

3

7

10

3.15

30

Pittsburgh

7

1

Morehead State

11

4

15

3.14

47

Quinnipiac

6

5

*

45

Radford

4

1

5

3.41

16

33

3.44

57

Randolph-Macon

2

1

3

2.89

26

31

3.06

41

3.00

78

5

Murray State

15

2

Nebraska

16

2

Nebraska-Kearney

8

Nebraska-Omaha

6

1

Nevada-Reno

15

2

New Hampshire

11

1

North Carolina

8

North Carolina State

13

North Carolina-Charlotte

11

North Carolina-Greensboro

7

North Dakota

10

1

North Texas

7

1

Northeastern

8

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2 1 9

1

1 12

4

18

3.37

142

Rensselaer

15

1

14

8

3.25

73

Rhode Island

11

1

26

38

1

9

3.11

82

Richmond

5

18

2.93

107

Rider

9

1

14

24

21

3.15

72

Rochester

8

1

1

8

3.70

52

Sacramento State

6

15

3.21

97

Saint Louis

8

23

3.05

71

Salisbury

8

7

3.19

29

San Diego

3.26

66

11 10

X

12

Moravian

Muhlenberg

9

1

12 29

1

5

3.35

92

3.34

45

10

0

80

1

7

2.94

54

1

9

3.27

137

8

2.79

45

5

5

3.50

67

San Diego State

13

13

3.50

124

18

2.66

70

SIU-Edwardsville

13

1

13

27

2.90

48

9

3.38

112

South Carolina

10

1

1

12

3.34

52

2015 BUC CUP

30

3.20

RLC

2.67

TOTAL

TRAGOS

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

7 18

Michigan

Missouri

8

RUCK

CARLSON

3.24 3.26

8

8 1

2015 BUC CUP

33

MANPOWER

1

FALL 2015 GPA

12

MANPOWER

2

Miami (Florida)

7 1

CHAPTER

FALL 2015 GPA

Memphis Lambuth

RLC

8

TOTAL

Memphis

TRAGOS

7 19

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

Maryland-College Park Massachusetts

RUCK

CARLSON

CHAPTER


Southern Mississippi

11

St. Joseph's

8

St. Mary's

5

Stanford

2

Stetson

9

1

7 1

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

1

15

3.11

21

13

2

15

3.35

30

7

2.72

90

Washington

9

1

10

3.45

136

34

3.34

65

Washington State

8

1

9

3.17

112

12

3.01

59

West Chester

15

2

7

24

3.28

57 38

8

2.93

40

West Virginia

10

1

5

16

3.12

12

3.15

36

Western Kentucky

11

2

6

19

2.94

45

3

*

62

Western Michigan

13

1

3.33

73

9

3.09

46

Westminster

6

6

3.07

35

17

3.08

63

5

3.40

46

14

Stevens

10

1

3.57

93

Wichita State

10

2

SUNY-Fredonia

0

1

1

2.77

29

William & Mary

4

1

Syracuse

8

1

9

3.12

107

Wisconsin

8

3

11

3.30

100

Tampa

6

6

2.90

41

Wisconsin-Platteville

13

8

21

3.09

43

Tennessee

9

10

3.16

17

WPI

8

1

Tennessee Tech

7

7

2.58

35

Wright State

14

1

Tennessee-Martin

7

9

3.07

32

Wyoming

Texas A&M

5

18

23

2.95

118

Yale

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

8

5

13

Texas Christian

12

12

Texas Tech

12

Texas-Arlington

7

Texas-Austin

7

1

Thiel

7

1

Toledo

19

1

Trine

7

1

Truman State

7

Tulane

3

UCLA

7

Utah Utah State

13

24

1

2

2.64

24

3.34

141

12

3.01

137

13

2.49

25

8

3.29

184

8

2.89

33

3.46

108

8

2.99

45

7

3.05

62

3

3.20

84

1

8

3.17

114

8

1

9

3.20

89

7

1

8

3.12

43

Valparaiso

12

1

3.27

59

Villanova

5

1

6

3.2

63

Virginia Commonwealth

8

1

9

3.01

85

Virginia Tech †

6

2

15

2.72

0

6

1

5

7

21

18

4

1

9

3.33

44

33

3.04

30

7

7

3.16

40

5

5

3.73

91

17

1

2015 BUC CUP

14

Washburn

MANPOWER

Wake Forest

0

TOTAL

32

3.37

CHAPTER

TRAGOS

3.32

8

2015 BUC CUP

7

TOTAL

TRAGOS

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE 24

FALL 2015 GPA

10

RLC

Southern Methodist

RUCK

7

CARLSON

Southeast Missouri State

2

MANPOWER

South Florida

6

FALL 2015 GPA

7

RLC

South Dakota State

RUCK

CARLSON

CHAPTER

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41


2015-2016

Austin M. Adams ’18

John W. Bird ’17 Geoffrey L. Root ’17

Bradley T. Elliott ’17 Jonathan A. Guill ’18 James D. Kiousis ’18 Roman Martinez ’17 Bryan Z. Morgan ’18 Philip G. Oxford ’18 Nathan A. Todtenhagen ’18

ARIZONA

CASE WESTERN

CONNECTICUT

Brant C. Davis ’18 Daniel T. Dickson ’18 John L. Emery ’17 Sean W. Harms ’18 James B. McNamara ’18 Thomas F. Valenzuela, III ’17 Aaron C. Varela ’17 Kwadjo N.O. Walker ’19

Ross T. Kaufhold ’19 Ryan M. Miller ’17 Jacob J. Morand ’19 Ryan M. Nowacoski ’16 Michel W. Yuzik ’19

Sean P. Chilson ’19 Patrick D. Conroy ’19 Samad A. Khan ’18 Matthew L.C. McClintock ’18

CENTRAL MISSOURI

Ross Kruse ’17

Steven A. Cooper ’18 Grant M. Koenig ’18 Jeffrey D. Reese ’17

DEPAUL

ALABAMA Steven A. Clements ’18

AMERICAN

HOOP OF STEEL Society

ARKANSAS Luke I. Luechtefeld ’19

ARKANSAS TECH Andre R. Brassfield ’19

BAKER Mason R. Baum ’19 Adam Downing ’18 Asaph Jewsome ’17 Jackson K. Moormeier ’18 Andrew E. Zeitlow ’18

BARTON

MY CHAPTER BROTHERS AND I PLEDGED TO DONATE

Clayton Davis ’17

BOWLING GREEN STATE

Phillip K. Rhee ’18

CARNEGIE MELLON

CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT Mackenzie Abbate ’17 Keegan Dees ’17 Nick Friedl ’17 Joseph M. Lamantia ’18 Colton Muller ’18 Benjamin J. Pavich ’18 William D. Pell, III ’17 Davis H. Reagan ’19 Eric P. Trautwein ’18 Colin P. Walsh ’17 Nicholas A. Wintersteiger ’18

CINCINNATI

OF OUR OWN PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT — AND THAT’S

Richie Groh ’18 Peter Werning ’16

Jeffrey A. Back ’18 Jacob Blizzard ’18 David P. Miller ’20 Trenton T. Pfister ’18 Kyle W. Rickett ’19 Sam Schroeder ’17 Alex Shelton ’18 Tim Waymire ’18

WHAT THE BMP APP ENABLES US TO DO.”

CAL STATE-NORTHRIDGE

CLARION

Anthony R. Points ’19

Devin J. Forgey ’16 Cody Smith ’16

TOWARD THE BMP APP BECAUSE IF WE AS A CHAPTER AND AS PEOPLE ARE GOING TO MAKE AN IMPACT ON

Marcello E. Anverse ’19 Ryan J. Davis ’16 Matheus M.S. Peraci ’19

THE WORLD, WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO TAKE CONTROL

BRADLEY

—Ty Robare, Florida ’16

CAL STATE-SAN BERNARDINO Neal M. Hannon ’17 Joseph M. Toyotome ’16

Named after SigEp’s Hoop of Steel Senior Charge, the Hoop of Steel Society is the Fraternity’s annual undergraduate giving society. Each year, brothers support SigEp with gifts that celebrate their undergraduate experience and the bonds they’ve formed through the Fraternity. Society members make gifts of $19.01 or more in honor of SigEp’s founding year.

CALIFORNIA-DAVIS Josue Garcia ’17

CALIFORNIA-RIVERSIDE Cole O. Bailey ’18 Lucas Commiso ’17 Camron Farrokhnia ’17 Brendon S. Kim ’17 Sathya S. Manoharan ’17

CALIFORNIA-SAN DIEGO

2015-16 Hoop of Steel Society contributions are making the BMP App possible.

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David J. De Jesus ’18 Jonah B. Gadasi ’18

CLEVELAND STATE Paul All, II ’17 Nicholas W. Bartlett ’18 Vincent A. Cardamone ’18 Jacob R. Doerner ’18 Calvin R. Evans ’18 Parker B. Keating ’17 Kody A. McAllister ’16 Roberto B. Valletta ’19

COASTAL CAROLINA Nicholas Pineda ’17 William Sewell ’19

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES Cameron Commerford ’17

DAVIDSON

Peter K. Audrain ’17 Daniel J. Busen ’18 Andy Duric ’19 Christopher J. Homsi ’18 Kyle P. Jung ’18

DRAKE Mitchell Klocke ’18 Ben Weinberg ’17

DREXEL Ryan Benjamin ’19 Thomas H. Chau ’19 Paul Ciaccia, III ’19 Joshua M. Gliva ’19 Ali Harb ’19 Jonathan Napolitano ’18 Ryan J. O’Hea ’18 Justin Q. San Juan ’17 Mario J. Squicciarini ’17 James M. Tyrrell, Jr. ’16

EAST TENNESSEE STATE Brennan Alexander ’16 Samuel R. Arnold ’17 Christopher K. Birchfield ’17 J. Ross Blaylock ’18 Brett Boggs ’18 Christian N. Bryant ’17 Kaleb B. Burgess ’17 Erik Cannon ’18 Connor Chappell ’17 Robert Chesser, Jr. ’17 Shane R. Chipley ’16 Treyvon M.M. Daniels ’17 Caleb L. Ellenburg ’19 Nelson C. Elliott ’18 Spencer Fine ’16 Marcus E. Fowler ’18 Michael T. Fowler ’18 Ashton Franco ’17 Miller C. Franklin ’19 Christian Givens ’17 Tanner L. Greene ’19 Jacob A. Grosser ’19 Tyler W. Hatfield ’17

Asa S. Henry ’19 Hunter K. Hess ’18 Jesse E. Hollen ’17 Cove Horner ’17 Karson T. King ’18 Mitchell Larkin ’17 Joshua B. Lee ’17 L. Harrison Levan ’19 Landon Martin ’17 Joseph C. McRae ’17 Dalton Medford ’16 Matthew Merica ’17 Jimmy Morefield, Jr. ’17 Ethan D. Murrell ’18 Warder B. Page ’17 Justin Parks ’19 Rikesh Patel ’16 Neil D. Peterson ’17 Stephen Price ’19 Austen J. Rhoades ’19 Robert I. Rouleau ’18 Dane S. Rudd ’19 Cameron I. Salyer ’19 Trent Settles ’17 S. Faisal Shah ’17 Chase J. Silvers ’19 Patrick L. Smith ’19 Dillon A. Swift ’19 Jason A. Tummins ’17 Thomas C. Valentine ’19 Max C. Vaughn ’18 Matthew C. Walker ’16 Ryan Westelaken ’16 Christopher T. Wheeler ’18 Zachary A. Wise ’19

EASTERN ILLINOIS Alex G. Crayne ’16 James Kluzek ’19 Joey M. Sutkowski ’17

EASTERN WASHINGTON Derek Scott A. Meenach ’18 Antonio I. Montez ’17 Jacob M. Radawick ’18

EMORY Kaelan M. Saley ’18

EMPORIA STATE Michael S. Chandler ’18 Diego Esparza ’17 Brett Reichert ’18 Andrew Wimp ’17

EVANSVILLE Taylor E. Allen ’16 Christian M. Germonprez ’18 Erich M. Hopf ’18 Amir Khayat Kahale ’19 Aden A. Merchant ’19

FERRIS STATE Jagger Agrusa ’18


Nicholas V. Fluent ’17 James Gornyecz, Jr. ’19 Ryan P. McGrath ’18

FLORIDA Aaron R. Blau ’19 Samuel L. Covell ’19 Patrick L. Goodrich ’18 Jonathan Katz ’19 Thomas C. King ’19 Ryan C. Moran ’19 Kennedy Saavedra ’19 Jonathan E. Sarkisian ’17 Jordan J. Schrock ’18

FLORIDA GULF COAST Maxwell Salain ’19

FORT HAYS STATE Lorenzo C. Basa, III ’17 Jack R. Duffield ’18 Jordan M. Glynn ’17 Colin G. McIver ’18 Ty W. Scott ’19 Jesse L. Weis ’18 Tanner S. Younie ’16

JOHN CARROLL Joseph L. McCarthy ’17 Andrew J. Spettel ’18

JOHNS HOPKINS Samuel Jackson ’18

KENT STATE Alec J. Paul ’17

LAMAR Jordan S. Frank ’18

LAWRENCE Savvas Sfairopoulos ’19

LAWRENCE TECH M. Maaz Anjum ’18 Ben J. Ervin ’17 Dylan C. Masko ’17 Travis D. McCall ’18 Corbin Patten ’17 Matthew W. Schafer ’19 Steven Z. Szatkowski ’19

LORAS

MAINE Kevin P. Bois ’17 Isiah J.A. Brown ’18 Edward L. Gonnella, Jr. ’17 Patrick O. Irish ’17

MASSACHUSETTS Bilal Abdul Nabi ’18 Åustin Bradley ’19 Victor P. Buonfiglio ’19 Andrew Cheung ’18 Justin Cordero ’18 Derek Crowe ’19 David C. Dwinells ’18 Geoffrey Greeley ’17 Ross D. Levithan ’18 Kevin Li ’18 Michael Melda ’19 Thomas Phillips ’19 Makenzie W. Schwartz ’18 Hector Silva ’18 Adam P. Tellier ’17 Tucker Touchette ’18 Alexander J. van Roon ’18 Jared Weiner ’19

MEMPHIS

Christopher J. Lopez ’16

Zachary Frett ’17 Collin J. Long ’17 Eric J. Wheaton ’18

HOUSTON

LOUISIANA STATE

Skyler R. Gentry ’18 Matthew P. Marrocelli ’19

Tim B. Barkley, Jr. ’18 Austin N. Bellamy ’16 Bailey L. Brunner ’18 Christopher J. Dedo ’17 Grant E. Dobard ’19 Ryan P. Downey ’18 Thomas W. Gralapp ’18 Adam J. Grashoff ’16 Jack F. Griffin ’20 Michael L. Ham ’19 Jordan A. Kozar ’19 Shane C.T. Martin ’19 Timothy A. Mixson ’19 Corey M. Moss ’19 Beau B. Navarre ’18 Liam B. Norton ’19 Teddy D. Price ’19 M. Cade Ramagos ’18 Jordan B. Riggs, Jr. ’19 Jeffrey N. Sanders ’19 Michael R. Schmidt ’19 J. Connor Scripture ’19 Richard R. Stephens, III ’18 Austin L. Terrell ’19 Colin Vavrik ’19

MINNESOTA

LOUISVILLE

NEBRASKA

GRAND VALLEY STATE

ILLINOIS Patrick Doah ’17

INDIANA William G. Holland ’16

INDIANA STATE Ronald A. Amerman ’19 Gunner T. Davis ’19 Evan A. Elmore ’19 Nicholas J. Hogan ’18 Michael T. Jindra ’19 Gabriele Leonelli ’19 Jason R. Marshall ’17 Justin G. Masri ’18 Jordan A. Miller ’19 Justin A. Nguyen ’18 Justin R. Ottino ’19 Alec J. Thatcher-Lomont ’19 Andres A.M. Velazquez ’17

INDIANA TECH Logan J. Herald ’18 K. Ross Martin ’19 Kannen Murdock ’17

IOWA Talon J. Hoefer ’19 Ian Murphy ’16

Sheldon Burks ’17 Kevin Chesser ’17 Parker T. Howard ’17 Phil Masarik ’17

Jake Farley ’19 John R. Harrison ’17 W. Trey Stafford, III ’17

Parker H. Olson ’18

MISSOURI Payton S. Sanders ’18

MISSOURI S&T Kellen C. Steagall ’18 Derek M. Steinbach ’18 Jacob C. Thebeau ’18 Logan M. Wilcox ’19

MISSOURIKANSAS CITY Andrew Bonci, Jr. ’18

MONMOUTH Samuel E. Dummer ’18 Jack G. Godlewski ’19

MONTANA Braden D. Fitzgerald ’18 Evan L. Fossen ’16 Benjamin Hickey ’19 Alex Schofield ’19

Corey J. Archer ’18 Tyler J. Kallman ’17 Chase R. Kimberling ’18 Joseph J. Zach ’18

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY Brody D. McKnight ’19

NEVADA-RENO Matthew J. Dutcher ’19

NORTH CAROLINA STATE Andrew Creech ’19

NORTH DAKOTA Ryan S. Bang ’18 Kevin C. Gabriel ’17 Brett T. Gillund ’19 Phillip R. Lyrek ’17 Michael P. McCarthy ’18 Nicholas G. Sandbulte ’18 Conner Sander ’18

Ethan J. Warner ’18

OHIO WESLEYAN Michael Blatchford ’18 Jackson Brownstein ’19 Brandon Henderson ’16 Zachary A. Katona ’17 Stephen C. McGrath ’18 Joshua Pyles ’17 Trevor Ray ’18 Brady Roesch ’19 Jacob Volbers ’18 Andrew Wigham ’17

OKLAHOMA STATE Kyle M. Anthony ’18

OREGON

NORTH TEXAS

Kyle H. Davies ’19

Cody Frye ’17 Joseph K. Poston ’18

OREGON STATE

NORTHERN ILLINOIS Michael E. Heene ’18 Samuel D. Paulson ’18

NORTHERN IOWA Logan Pierce ’19 Jared V. Riter ’18 Andrew Stensland ’19

NORTHERN KENTUCKY Gage M. Ammons ’16 Nick J. Garcia ’16 Adam M. Hambrick ’17 Justin T. McKnight ’17 Alexander C. Vest ’18

NORTHWESTERN William F. Kobin ’18 Maximilian A. Zoia ’18

OHIO NORTHERN Joshua Purtee ’17

OHIO STATE Carl H. Bloecher, IV ’17 Matthew J. Davis ’17 Connor C. Foster ’16 Austin Gewecke ’18 John R. Heinmiller ’16 Bryan King ’17 Jacob T. Kreinbrink ’19 Jacob S. Mason ’19 Sean T. McGue ’16 Tyler Moore ’16 Henry J. Moseley ’19 Kenton R. Reason ’17 Dalton B. Rowell ’18 Maxwell R. Scurlock ’17 Ryan T. Shaw ’16 Michael E. Spangler ’18 Anthony J. Tenuta ’17 Joshua N. Vargo ’19

Jamison L. Shields ’17

PITTSBURGH Sean T. Ashoff ’17 Mark Kelley ’17 Austin C. Pegg ’17 Thomas Sephakis, III ’18

RADFORD Carlton Q. Gover ’16 Devin B. Jones ’18

RENSSELAER Benjamin J. Bowles ’16 Shamus C. Cardon ’18 Matthew D. Carlson ’19 Edrick Drachenberg ’17 Jonah Duch ’16 John R. Eaton ’16 Andrew Groskopf ’16 Christopher Holler ’19 Zachary E. Kaplan ’17 Sunny Le ’19 Christopher J. Markum ’17 Justin R. Martin ’18 Brian J. Michalka ’16 Joseph T. Noel ’18 Drake C. Perrior-Small ’17 Evan Vengen ’19 Kenneth Wexler ’17 Christopher D. Zanotta ’18

RHODE ISLAND Matthew J. Bergin ’17 Samuel Giannakos ’17 Cameron E. Hebert ’17 Samuel M. McLimans, II ’18 Owen Sammarone ’18

RIDER Matthew Esposito ’18 Kevin R. Grunder, Jr. ’17 Avery Martini ’17

Brandon Scalea ’18 Khalil Witt ’18

TENNESSEE-MARTIN John T. Domanski ’16 Micheal Durham ’17 Nathan M. Kleiner ’18 Clark L. Williams ’19

SACRAMENTO STATE Eric Muller ’18 Niko Nodaros ’19

TEXAS A&M

SAINT LOUIS

Tanner P. Fangman ’17

Christopher Ernst ’18 Jacob G. Koenig ’17

TEXAS A&MCORPUS CHRISTI

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE Michael R. Geaschel ’17 Dillon G. Santoni ’16 Drake R. Sitton ’16

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Cole Block ’17 Thomas R. Cook ’17 Seth Flemmer ’18 Jacob Gubbrud ’18

Michael J. Brode, Jr. ’18 Justin M. Bustos ’19 Ty R. Cheatham ’16 Mitchell C. Odom ’19 Trevor H. Wulff ’18

TEXAS TECH Alexander J. DeRossi ’17

TEXAS-ARLINGTON Timothy R. Armbruster, Jr. ’18 Angel L. Monjarraz ’17 Cameron Rogers ’19

SOUTH FLORIDA Zachery A. Carpenter ’19 Erik R. Este ’17 Zachary B. Goodhue ’19 Ralph R.D. Herz ’16 Richard D. Leyton ’18 Cody Lyman ’18 Kevin V. Madden ’16 Samuel C. Morgan ’17 Andrew W. Prozzillo ’17

TEXAS-AUSTIN

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Nick J. Quargneti ’17

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI Philip S. Lott ’17

ST. MARY’S Jacob A. Medina ’18

STETSON Nicholas Jasmon ’17

STEVENS Zachary S. Binger ’18 Joshua Bloom ’17 Zachary M. Caldarola ’18 Cristian Collado ’18 Daniel J. Fenton ’18 James E. Flaherty ’18 William R. Harris ’18 Troy Kanaszka ’17 Cory J. Wiedmann ’17

TENNESSEE Joseph A. Chirico ’18 Cole M. Harris ’17 Robin R. Klingensmith ’18 Hovahness M. Ohanian, II ’18 Caden M. Smith ’18

Scott A. Abbey ’18 Daniel J. Adkins ’18 William R. Aigner ’18 John-Paul Bach ’17 Michael Bailey ’17 Edward A. Banner, III ’16 Jordan Barbo ’19 James W. Barksdale ’19 Jeff Barnwell ’16 Kyle D. Barton ’18 Brooks Beckelman ’16 George F. Bell ’19 Jordan Bernstein ’17 Michael R. Blackburn ’18 Chandler A. Block ’17 Henry J. Boehm, IV ’19 Andrew Boyd ’17 Will Brown ’17 William Bruner ’16 Blake Buchen ’16 Brian Buell ’16 Reed D. Burch ’19 Parker Burns ’16 Connor Bush ’16 Lynn H. Butler, Jr. ’19 Josh Cannon ’16 Miles Cantrell ’17 Jeffrey Carlson ’17 Nick Christensen ’17 Ryan Clegg ’17 Carter B. Collins ’19 Conner Cowart ’16 Kevin A. Crabb ’18 Keith Crawford ’16 Stephen R. Culin ’19 Brandon Daniels ’16 Paul De Ayala ’16 Alex R. DeAyala ’16

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Christian DeAyala ’19 Marcus E. DeAyala ’18 Niko Demeris ’18 Austin Dickerson ’16 Charles A. Dixon, III ’18 Michael Doorey ’17 William G. Duffy ’16 Christopher R. Dyer ’18 Taylor M. Epperson ’16 Josh Euers ’17 Kevin Fisher ’19 Nathan C. Flanigin ’18 Denis C. Fletcher ’19 Jackson Fletcher ’18 Jimmy Fort ’17 Corey Fruithandler ’16 Jack Gaffney ’18 Jack J. Gilbert ’19 Dylan G. Glosser ’18 Jason L. Goolsby ’19 Luke M. Gorski ’18 Chad Greisbach ’16 Charles A. Griffin ’18 Ryan Griffin ’17 Guy W. Griffith ’16 Chandler B. Groves ’19 Leo J. Gute ’18 Brian A. Hammonds ’18 Madison Harbuck ’16 Jack Hawkins ’18 Matthew Hays ’16 Clayton B. Helbing ’19 Benjamin C. Horton ’18 Bennett Huddleston ’19 Jesse Huebner ’18 Harry L. Hull ’19 William Jenkins ’19 John A. Jewett ’18 Cameron Johnson ’16 Matthew F. Johnson ’19 Matthew Johnson ’18 Mitchell Johnson ’18 Maxwell E. Johnston ’19 Nicholas F. Johnston ’18 Blake Jones ’16 Kurt Kaiser ’17 Austin D. Kaiser ’16 Chad Kaiser ’18 Clay M. Kemp ’18 Samuel T. Ketchmark ’19 Matthew P. Kimm ’18 Austin R. King ’19 Philip J. Koelsch ’16 Christopher R. Koskovich ’17 Thomas Laidlaw ’18 Adam E. Landefeld ’18 Jared Lapidus ’17 William Q. Lavercombe ’19 Nick Lednicky ’17 George A. Longoria ’19 Jett Lucia ’17 Blake Lueder ’17 Lee Lueder ’16 Ryan Lynch ’16

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Canyon Manske ’17 Preston Martin ’16 Kyle A. Mason ’16 Tanner R. Mauro ’18 Nolan McCarthy ’18 Michael N. McCrory ’18 Clipp P. McKeen ’19 Mason McNeil ’19 Sam McQuilkin ’17 Andrew Mealey ’17 Chuck H. Meriwether ’18 Blair Moore ’18 Travis J. Morland ’19 Kolten Morris ’17 Michael Nehme ’19 Jack Nelms ’17 David A. Nelson ’18 Hudson L. Nix ’19 Cole Norton ’16 William O’Keefe ’16 Thomas W. Oborny ’19 Nick Pasta ’17 Dean Patteson ’17 Hudson J. Petersen ’19 Andrew Pickens ’16 Jason M. Poindexter ’19 Kyle T. Prochazka ’19 Griffin T. Rathgeb ’19 Kyle Rathgeb ’17 Joseph Reynolds ’16 Matthew Reynolds ’16 Benton Richards ’19 Mitchell T. Rigamonti ’18 Reed S. Roberts ’18 Mathew G. Ronk ’19 Campbell K. Ross ’18 Andrew Russell ’16 John R. Rutherford ’18 Kyle Santry ’17 Scott M. Santry ’19 Wesley Sentell ’17 Colton Shearer ’18 Daniel H. Silcox, IV ’19 Walker Smith ’17 Will Smith ’17 Blake W. Sparks ’18 Andrew Spivey ’16 Daniel Spomer ’19 Peter R. Stanley ’18 Anthony D. Stephenson ’18 Henry Stroube ’19 Hayden C. Tarbett ’18 Reed Tarter ’19 Alex Tassopoulos ’17 Jack Taylor ’19 Jack C. Thomas ’19 Reid Thompson ’17 Garrett Toledo ’16 Augustine Valega ’16 Steven G. Valentine, Jr. ’18 S. Cole Vehslage ’16 Alex Wagman ’16 Michael G. Wagman ’19 Connor White ’16

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Thomas B. Whitehead ’18 David Wiggs ’19 Peyton Wilson ’16 Alec J. Woodmansee ’18 Phil Young ’17

THIEL

WEST CHESTER Joseph T. Bucci ’18 Mike Deluca ’18 Pat Githens ’18 Matthew Innocenti ’17 Corey M. Shamy ’17

Garrett M. Bittinger ’17

WEST VIRGINIA

TOLEDO

Thomas M. Coles ’17 Brandon K. Galindo ’17 Jaryd Wolak ’17

Kyle Bergen ’18 Kyle P. Boyers ’17 Nicholas J. Doseck ’19 John Fetchet ’19 Taylor C. Fickel ’19 Benjamin Huner ’18 Todd J. Klewer ’17 Christopher M. Mills ’18 Brandon L. Rosolowski ’17 Patrick Ryan ’18 Jack W. Sample ’17 Jovan Sanson ’19 Jacob J. Smith ’18 Evan M. Westlake ’17 Austin J. Wlodarz ’20 Karl K. Zacharias ’19

TRINE Michael J. Cain ’17 Zachary D. Dietl ’17 Kyle McGrew ’17 Richard D. Moore ’17 Caleb Stoffel ’18

UTAH Christian Crane ’18 Brett Cutler ’16 Colter C. Merritt ’18 Mohammad Nashashibi ’17 John T. Olk ’18 Luke Williams ’18 J. Bridger Wood ’18

UTAH STATE Logan G. Hemmert ’18 Erik B. Olson ’18

VALPARAISO Jacob C. Harrison ’19 Tyler M. Ingersoll ’17 Ryan A. McKenzie ’17 Eric D. Smith ’17

WESTERN KENTUCKY Jonathan E. Darnell ’18

WESTERN MICHIGAN Matthew F. Conlee ’19 Andrew K. Conley ’19 Gregory W. Doornbos ’19 Justin P. Jackson ’17 Nicolas Karamalegos ’19 Hayden Richardson ’18 Theodore J. Rouster ’18

WESTMINSTER Carl Carpenter ’18 Regino Flores ’17 Brandon Rossier ’18 Jacob Shodd ’17 William Trott ’17

WICHITA STATE Wyatt A. Clark ’17 Dane B. Laughlin ’18 Tyler Navarro ’19 Austin G. Tedder ’18

WILLIAM & MARY Henri Brown ’19

WISCONSIN Nicholas D. Birney ’18

WISCONSINPLATTEVILLE Jason M. Bednarski ’16

WRIGHT STATE

Karthik N. Dhanireddy ’19

Blake R. Baldwin ’17 Caelan M. Buford ’17 Mark J. Butler ’16 Gavin Doll ’17 Austin T. Fitch ’17 Tanner K. Higgins ’17 Jacob A. Huber ’18 Eric Maier ’19 Cameron T. Moon ’18 Zach Peck ’17 Drew A. Ratzel ’17 Eric C. Sweet ’19

WASHBURN

WYOMING

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH Walker Atkinson ’17 Mathew Oswald ’18

VIRGINIA TECH

Carson Crain ’17 Brenen E. Dapkiewicz ’18

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Cameron Sloan ’16

THE BMP APP CAMPAIGN HAS ATTRACTED SUPPORT FROM UNDERGRADUATES, ALUMNI AND VOLUNTEERS FROM ALL STAGES OF LIFE AND EVERY AREA OF THE COUNTRY.


Through the Hoop of Steel Society, alumni matching gifts and individual donations, the BMP App Campaign is making the app a reality. Their support has brought the app into the hands of our brothers around the country, helping them better implement the BMP. SigEp’s undergraduates asked to make the BMP App a priority and then supported the app through the Hoop of Steel Society. Thanks to their leadership, 2015-16 Hoop of Steel Society giving—designated for the BMP App—was the highest in SigEp history.

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The Board of Governors celebrates the generosity of alumni, spouses, parents, volunteers, staff and friends who contribute $1,200 or more each year in unrestricted gifts. Also recognized are undergraduates and donors under 30 who contribute $600 or more through the Beacon Society. The leadership these donors demonstrate with their gifts allows SigEp to expand the quality and reach of chapter, regional and

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national leadership programs, and academic scholarships annually. AS AN UNDERGRADUATE, I USED TO TELL NEW MEMBERS THAT YOU GET OUT OF THE FRATERNITY WHAT YOU PUT INTO IT. NOW 25 YEARS LATER, I REALIZE I WAS WRONG. YOU GET OUT OF SIGEP SO MUCH MORE THAN YOU PUT INTO IT. WHETHER YOU ARE 20...30...40...OR 80, THAT STILL RINGS TRUE. RONNI AND I SUPPORT THE FRATERNITY WITH OUR TIME AS WELL AS OUR FINANCES BECAUSE WE BELIEVE SIGEP MAKES A TREMENDOUS DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF YOUNG MEN. WORKING WITH THE OUTSTANDING LEADERS IN THE FRATERNITY GIVES US GREAT CONFIDENCE AND OPTIMISM FOR THE FUTURE.” —Kelly Williams, Tennessee ’92

John A. Abraham Cincinnati ’77

Joshua S. Bach Grand Valley State ’08

Richard E. Batten James Madison ’83

Ryan P. Blanck Western Michigan ’02

Stephen J. Buce Stevens ’86

Mark A. Cassata Illinois State ’08

Nicolaus J. Collins San Diego ’14

Bradley W. Day Arkansas ’87

Dale B. Adams Utah State ’70

Andrew C. Baker Elon ’06

Matthew D. Beck Iowa ’90

Kenneth R. Blankenship Tennessee-Martin ’00

Trevor Bullard Massachusetts ’12

Michael R. Catalano Washington ’10

Thomas H. Cooreman Ball State ’65

David B. Deniger Texas-Austin ’68

T. Bryan Altheide Evansville ’85

Anthony C. Balestrieri George Washington ’03

William E. Becker Indiana ’72

Cameron M. Blaydes Illinois ’12

Keenan S. Buoy Washburn ’82

Jonathan B. Catanzarita Clarion ’11

Brian J. Corvino Moravian ’02

Ryan T. Denny Stanford ’06

Charles E. Amato Sam Houston State ’70

Robert Barile, Jr. Connecticut ’84

Thomas A. Beckett Stetson ’14

Tyler R. Boggess Drake ’10

Donald A. Burgio Rensselaer ’89

Michael J. Catudal New Hampshire ’09

Gary M. Coyne Texas Christian ’04

D. Craig Dewey Washington State ’72

James M. Amen Sacramento State ’96

Zachary P. Barilleau Louisiana State ’10

Theodore R. Behnken Toledo ’82

Gary H. Bonas, Jr. Villanova ’68

Bryan M. Burke Oklahoma ’94

Steven B. Chaneles, Esq. Connecticut ’83

Austin C. Dickson Texas Christian ’02

Bruce W. Anderson Texas-Austin ’71

Kenneth J. Barker CalPoly-Pomona ’91

Harry L. Belton Louisiana State ’81

Anthony Bond Tennessee-Martin ’13

Clark H. Byrum, Sr. Indiana ’57

David O. Chang Pepperdine ’04

The Honorable Mitchell G. Crane West Chester ’77

Joel C. Anderson Northern Iowa ’12

Hoyt R. Barnett Florida Southern ’65

Richard W. Bennet, III Central Missouri ’74

Brian A. Boron Western Michigan ’89

Jace W. Cairns Utah State ’13

Kenneth G. Christianson Washington State ’74

Arthur A. Angelo Elon ’13

Gregory P. Barra Texas-Austin ’03

Dr. Ron S. Binder Toledo ’83

Jacob K. Bredstrand Washington State ’11

David R. Calderon CalPoly-Pomona ’88

Patrick J. Clark Tennessee-Martin ’11

Kyle W. Arganbright Nebraska ’04

Matthew Barton

Edward E. Bishop, Jr. Virginia Tech ’74

Jonathan E. Brouk Tulane ’08

Kevin J. Carnevali Washington ’95

W. H. Clark North Carolina State ’56

Christopher L. Bittman Colorado ’85

Keith T. Bruce Illinois ’87

Scott H. Carr California-Santa Barbara ’86

Raymond P. Clarke West Virginia ’84

Scott G. Averill Kansas State ’77

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Thomas A. Barton Loras ’89

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Nathan B. Custodio Florida Atlantic ’05 C. Dean Davis North Texas ’52 Mark W. Davis Nebraska ’90 William F. Davis Nebraska-Omaha ’54

Denis H. Dieker, Jr. Wichita State ’77 Joseph DiGregorio, Esq. South Florida ’98 Christopher S. Dillion Illinois ’03 Jack N. Donohew, III Purdue ’95 Steven A. Dorth Dayton ’92


Michael P. Doss Western Michigan ’89

Johnson L. Garrett, Jr. Syracuse ’88

Jamar M. Hawkins Lynchburg ’04

Brent E. Johnson Northwest Missouri ’84

Jonathan J. Kucera Virginia ’69

Reginald M. Maynigo IIT ’05

Norman E. Nabhan, CIMA Purdue ’71

Jeffrey R. Prather Ball State ’99

Wallace C. Doud Wisconsin ’48

Jeffrey C. Gates Wichita State ’89

Alex S. Hendee Fort Hays State ’13

Columbus L. Johnson, Jr. Sacramento State ’85

Kevin M. Kwoka San Diego State ’11

Thomas C. Mays, III Lamar ’76

Benjamin Nahrstadt Indiana ’16

Jeffrey D. Prouty Iowa State ‘79

Ryan C. Dressler Ohio State ’08

Peter P. Gencarelli Central Missouri ’75

Frederick C. K. Herberich Johns Hopkins ’91

Jeffery L. Johnson Colorado ’89

Joseph W. Langella, Jr. Connecticut ’83

Jason J. McGill Vanderbilt ’08

Bradley C. Nahrstadt Monmouth ’89

Gregory J. Pusinelli Indiana ’80

R. Scott Dudis Ohio State ’09

John M. George Auburn ’76

Conrad W. Hewitt Illinois ’58

Michael A. Johnson Eastern Washington ’01

Frank E. Laughon, Jr. Randolph-Macon ’59

Shawn McKenna Maine ’77

Kent C. Nelson Ball State ’59

Wendell G. Rakosky Baldwin Wallace ’78

John C. Durrant Stetson ’96

Cory S. Gerdes Northwestern ’92

Kent B. Hickman Colorado ’61

David A. Kacsur Purdue ’94

Eric W. Lauterbach California-Santa Barbara ’89

David M. McLaughlin Minnesota ’92

Oscar O. Nelson, Jr. Texas-Arlington ’85

Richard S. Rankin Texas-Austin ’77

Larry D. Eastepp Lamar ’80

C. Bryce Giesler Tennessee ’82

Sawyer J. Hicks Davidson ’14

Bryan J. Kaminski Johns Hopkins ’06

John R. Lawson, II Virginia Tech ’75

Matthew Ngo Texas Christian ’12

Michael D. Repasky Ohio State ’08

John M. Eber Bradley ’73

Glenn T. Gnirrep Rutgers ’82

Matthew M. Hillerud North Dakota ’04

Fred E. Karlinsky Miami (Florida) ’89

Betty LeDoux

William McLaughlin J. Robert McLendon Lamar ’64

Kenneth E. Rhines George Washington ’89

Mitchell E. Goldich Lehigh ’09

Les M. Hinmon Northwest Missouri ’84

Kevin L. J. Kassner Mississippi State ’82

John F. McMillan Bucknell ’78

Brent A. Noyes Southern California ’74

Robert A. Eckert Arizona ’76

Joshua D. Lee Valparaiso ‘98

John B. Golson Louisiana State ’05

Joshua D. Hodnichak Case Western ’10

Craig S. Kaufman Washington in St. Louis ’86

Daniel W. McVeigh Texas Wesleyan ’90

Maurice L. Richards, Jr. Tulsa ’52

Scott K. Edinger Florida State ’92

Andrew P. Lemens Drake ’08

William T. Oliver, Jr. Texas A&M ’91

Brett A. Gough Wisconsin-Platteville ’03

Steve I. Hofstetter Columbia ’02

Ryan S. Kearns South Florida ’10

William V. Medbery Georgia ’75

Jay J. A. Rivera Babson ’99

Michael Elliott East Tennessee State ’81

Michael R. Lincoln Southeast Missouri State ’84

Davis R. Orr Alabama ’14

Caleb S. Roberts Austin Peay State ’10

Gregg R. Gowanloch Georgia Southern ’96

Jeffrey T. Horan North Carolina State ’11

J. Gregory Keller Missouri ’86

Riley S. Mieth Missouri S&T ’08

Brent J. Osborn Ohio State ’09

Michael G. Ellis Purdue ’84

Paul H. Litcher Indiana Tech ’88

Douglas S. Roberts Pennsylvania ’83

Alex W. Grashoff Louisiana State ’14

H. Lorenz Horn Florida ’56

Garry C. Kief Southern California ’70

Gregory A. Miller Tulane ’11

Duffy S. Oyster North Texas ’69

Matthew W. Engelhardt Valparaiso ’91

Daniel K. Liu Southern Methodist ’08

Jamieson D. Gray Illinois ’12

James N. Horst, D.O. Florida International ’92

Mark A. Kieslor, J.D. Tampa ’09

Christopher C. Mitchell Washington State ’09

Marcus P. Robinson Dayton ’99

Dare Pugh Estok Joseph H. Etter Miami (Ohio) ’73

Richard G. Long, Jr. Colorado State ’79

Joshua A. Paine Cal State-San Bernardino ’12

Teddi Robeson

Dr. Michael A. Green California-Berkeley ’62

Donald W. Hudler Ohio Wesleyan ’56

Curtis R. Kimball Duke ’72

Christopher S. Loveless Texas Tech ’92

Sean A. Mittelman Ohio State ’09

Derek L. Pardee SUNY-Buffalo ’83

David F. Greenberg Philadelphia ’84

Gary L. Huff Central Arkansas ’91

Clifford A. Kinnunen, Jr. SIU-Edwardsville ’77

Christopher P. Lynch Northeastern ’07

William L. Monroe Western Michigan ’63

Alex D. Grieve Cal State-Fullerton ’12

Andrew G. Hughes Vermont ’11

G. Wayne Knupp, Jr. Huntingdon ’95

Rev. Douglas S. MacDonald Rutgers ’56

Daniel E. Moore Loras ’13

Gary E. Griffith Texas-Austin ’70

Jordan C. Hunt Utah State ’13

Frank T. Ko Pepperdine ’97

Billy D. Maddalon North Carolina State ’90

Frank E. Morreale Stetson ’93

Melvin H. Haas Cincinnati ’62

Michael D. Hurst Missouri S&T ’74

Kevin J. Koerner Wisconsin ’84

Kenneth S. Maddox Oregon State ’75

Robert A. Morris New Mexico State ’94

Charles E. Haldeman Dartmouth ’70

Nathan J. Irby Louisiana State ’14

David J. Kohl Miami (Florida) ’87

Luke Madera California-Berkeley ’09

Salvatore A. Moschelli Lawrence Tech ’00

Dr. Edward H. Hammond Emporia State ’66

Seth D. Irby Louisiana State ’11

William K. Komperda Monmouth ’81

Kevin A. Maguire Michigan Tech ’83

Adam J. Motycka Toledo ’10

Troy D. Hanson Valparaiso ’02

Ryan P. Jacobsen San Diego ’00

Daniel J. Kraninger Villanova ’93

Chris A. Mainz Pittsburg State ’88

Daniel H. Mudd Kansas ’95

Jay K. Harness, M.D. Arizona ’65

Julian Jelke

Kevin C. Krupp IIT ’10

Phillip N. Maisano Belmont Abbey ’69

Richard A. Mullen Cincinnati ’65

Cal C. Majure

Shawn T. Mullen Rhode Island ’13

Glenn A. Ezell North Texas ’87 Mark R. Fabere Iowa State ’80 Marc D. Ferguson Bradley ’84 Roger R. Festa, Ph.D., FAIC Truman State ’72 Matthew D. Finke Truman State ’04 George R. Follis, Jr. East Texas State ’81 Patrick J. Fontana Truman State ’94 John P. Fredrickson Washington State ’56 Clayton Funk Washburn ’93 Ernest L. Gaines, Jr. Rhode Island ’86 Patrick J. Gallagher San Diego State ’14

Bret M. Harrell Nebraska-Omaha ’12 John W. Hartman Missouri ’61

Parker Jelke Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D. Florida International ’90 Todd E. Johns Minnesota ’98

Mark S. Krzywonos Northern Kentucky ’84 RADM Charles R. Kubic, CEC, USN Lehigh ’72

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through a Board of Governors level gift between July 1, 2015, and June 30, 2016

Roy A. J. Malatesta, Jr. San Francisco State ’93 Bryan B. Marsh, III North Texas ’81

Matthew S. Parrish Georgia ’07 Trent A. Patterson Wichita State ’10 Robert A. Pedersen Nebraska-Omaha ’71 Gregory A. Pestinger Kansas State ’86 Kurt T. Phares Nebraska ’79 Robert L. Pierce Illinois ’81 Brad D. Polzar Wisconsin-Platteville ’07 John A. Porreca Philadelphia ’71 Dr. Barry Z. Posner California-Santa Barbara ’70

Patrick T. Murphy Northeastern ’10 Douglas M. Nabhan Purdue ’77

Andrew J. Parrish Georgia ’13

Kristopher A. Powell Southern Mississippi ’01

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William M. Rochfort, Jr. San Diego ’04 J. Darren Rodgers Georgia ’84 Matthew C. Rodrigue Maine ’04 William A. Rogers Maryland-College Park ’54 The Honorable David J. Roman Cornell ’73 Kevin S. Rooker Texas Tech ’80 Ari M. Rosenbaum Pennsylvania State ’91 Kacy R. Rozelle Virginia Tech ’86 Samuel D. Ruble Morehead State ’80 James A. Ryder, Jr. Grand Valley State ’94 Christopher J. Sacra Jacksonville ’98 Keith L. Sapp Wyoming ’03

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Devon P. Scheible Toledo ’05

Colonel William G. Sikes, Jr. East Tennessee State ’57

B. Andrew Speed Arkansas ’81

Zachary W. Stull Nebraska ’14

Dr. Stephen J. Taylor Tennessee Wesleyan ’76

Stephen C. Valente Middle Tennessee State ’96

Mark D. Wenrick Oregon ’96

Jared A. Yates Cincinnati ’12

Dr. William J. Schell, IV Montana State ’97

William W. Simmons Louisville ’14

James P. Spellman, II Texas Tech ’90

John D. Stumpf Evansville ’71

Kirk L. Tebo Ball State ’97

Robert D. Van de Vuurst East Tennessee State ’83

Dale A. Werts Baker ’84

Scott A. Schmidt Nebraska ’82

Ara M. Simonetti Kent State ’00

Jason M. St. John Maryland-College Park ’94

Daniel P. Sullivan WPI ’12

J. David Teitelman, MPA American ’07

Roger H. VanHoozer Washburn ’72

Richard A. Wiklund, Jr. Richmond ’89

The Honorable Archer L. Yeatts, III Richmond ’64

Scott A. Schwartz Iowa ’93

Thomas P. Simonson Iowa State ’95

Ehren J. Stanhope Tulane ’05

Steven H. Sutow, Esq. Rider ’00

Kenneth M. Thompson Washington ’14

Peter M. Varney Davidson ’96

Kelly L. Williams Tennessee ’92

Alex K. Scull Westminster ’12

Jared G. Sisley Toledo ’07

Paul T. Steffens, Jr. Thiel ’70

Kyle F. Sutton Cincinnati ’12

Steven M. Thompson Sacramento State ’83

John E. Vercellino Illinois ’75

Michael C. Williams Memphis ’69

Michael T. Selby Eastern Michigan ’02

Matthew B. Sloan Florida ’09

Charles A. Stegman Colorado ’81

Gregory C. Swain Central Missouri ’85

Zariel J. Toolan Columbia ’01

John-Conrad G. Villacorte Cal State-Fullerton ’01

Timothy W. Williams North Texas ’91

Jonathan H. Shanklin Valparaiso ’08

Rodney L. Smart Sacramento State ’77

Joshua L. Stewart Lamar ’03

Scott S. Swedberg Elon ’11

William G. Tragos Washington in St. Louis ’56

Renato G. Villacorte CalPoly-Pomona ’91

Delbert L. Williamson Kansas ’60

Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D. Murray State ’70

Jerry A. Smith, Jr. Texas-Austin ’79

Lee W. Stewart Virginia Commonwealth ’10

Prof. Ric W. Sweeney Cincinnati Renaissance

Robert L. Trovaten San Diego State ’67

Sheehan Z.A. Walker Virginia Commonwealth ’11

Michael A. Wolbert Northwest Missouri ’94

Jonathan D. Shoemaker WPI ’09

Ronald D. Smith San Diego State ’69

Todd A. Stewart Morehead State ’87

Scott R. Swisher Purdue ’79

John K. Tyler Texas-Austin ’63

Brian C. Warren, Jr. Virginia ’04

Jeffrey D. Wray Georgetown ’11

Arthur J. Siccardi Florida ’98

Jeffrey J. Somrock Minnesota ’05

The Honorable Scott W. Stucky Wichita State ’70

Brian P. Tahmoush Miami (Florida) ’90

Mary Beth Tyler

Patrick B. Welborne Texas-Arlington ’91

James G. Wright Elon ’07

AS A YOUNG PROFESSIONAL, I’VE CHOSEN TO PRIORITIZE GIVING TO SIGEP FOR TWO REASONS. FIRST, I BELIEVE IN THE VALUES THAT BUILT THIS FRATERNITY, WHICH CONTINUE TO GUIDE MY ACTIONS TO THIS DAY. SECOND, I’VE SEEN, AND EXPERIENCED, THE POWER OF FRATERNITY DONE CORRECTLY AND WANT TO ENSURE THAT EVERYONE WHO JOINS SIGEP HAS A POSITIVE EXPERIENCE THAT THEY CAN LOOK BACK AND BE PROUD OF. KNOWING THAT MY DONATIONS MAKE A DIRECT IMPACT BY FUNDING THE LEADERSHIP EVENTS AND PROGRAMS ALONG WITH THE STAFF NECESSARY TO ENSURE THAT OUR CHAPTERS HAVE A FRATERNITY EXPERIENCE LIKE THE ONE I WAS AFFORDED MAKES GIVING BACK, IN ANY CAPACITY, AN EASY DECISION.” —Matt Ngo, Texas Christian ’12

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Clinton M. Young Arkansas State ’84 Stephen L. Young Kansas ’80 Kevin M. Zimmer Kansas ’94


LEGACY Society

Dr. Richard R. Babcock, Jr. William & Mary ’67

John R. Hoehl, Jr. Duke ’72

Marcus P. Robinson Dayton ’99

Andrew C. Baker Elon ’06

H. Lorenz Horn Florida ’56

Maurice D. Rohleder Evansville ’58

Christopher L. Bittman Colorado ’85

Donald W. Hudler Ohio Wesleyan ’56

Joseph E. Rooney Oregon ’44

Nicholas B. Boshears Oregon State ’90

The Honorable Robert Hunter North Carolina ’66

Morris W. Rowland Iowa State ’47

Clark H. Byrum, Sr. Indiana ’57

Arthur J. Hurt, III Davidson ’88

A. J. Scribante Kansas State ’56

Chad H. Carlson, CFP Baylor ’95

Michael C. Kearney, Sr. Missouri S&T ’61

Shawn T. Sedlacek Southern California ’93

W. H. Clark North Carolina State ’56

Garry C. Kief Southern California ’70

Steven F. Stockmeyer Michigan ’63

James L. Clayton Tennessee ’57

Robert L. Kirkpatrick Idaho State ’60

Howard E. Teagarden Kansas State ’43

John M. Corby Arizona State ’74

Robert L. Klingenburg Fairleigh Dickinson ’74

E. Scott Thompson, II Southern Mississippi ’99

Jane Cox

Frank T. Ko Pepperdine ’97

William G. Tragos Washington in St. Louis ’56

David C. Lacey, Jr. Bowling Green State ’53

Robert L. Trovaten San Diego State ’67

Timothy P. Lambert Cal State-Long Beach ’90

Douglas M. Voss Miami (Florida) ’69

Andrew C. Land Clemson ’04

Charles N. White, Jr. Western Michigan ’62

Jeffrey E. Lenci Montana ’63

Dr. Carolyn Whittier Michael C. Williams Memphis ’69

Bryan D. Coy Wright State ’93 Mark W. Davis Nebraska ’90

COLLEGE YEARS CAN BE SOME OF THE BEST OF ONE’S LIFE, AND SIGMA PHI EPSILON CAN ENHANCE THAT EXPERIENCE. THE BALANCED MAN PROGRAM PROVIDES A POSITIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE BROTHERS TODAY TO LEARN AND BE SUCCESSFUL IN THEIR CAREERS. FOR ALL THAT SIGEP DID FOR ME AND TO HELP PASS ON THE EXPERIENCE FOR

Wallace C. Doud Wisconsin ’48 R. Scott Dudis Ohio State ’09 Donald D. Duryee Fort Hays State ’71

OTHERS, I HAVE PLEDGED FINANCIAL SUPPORT.”

Dr. Charles G. Eberly Bowling Green State ’63

—Don Duryee, Fort Hays State ’71

Carl R. Ernst Michael A. Farley, Jr. Indiana ’92

Taking its name from the eternal impact these donors will make with their gifts, the Legacy Society honors the brothers and friends who choose to remember SigEp in their estate plans. Legacy Society donors have documented planned gifts on file with the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation.

Paul H. Litcher Indiana Tech ’88 J. William Love, Jr. Oklahoma State ’49

John S. Witemeyer, III Rutgers ’55

Shawn McKenna Maine ’77

Lenora Galbreath

Kevin A. O’Connor Loras ’88

C. Bryce Giesler Tennessee ’82

Gregory A. Pestinger Kansas State ’86

John W. Hartman Missouri ’61

Charles G. Raines Sam Houston State ’64

Kent B. Hickman Colorado ’61

Maurice L. Richards, Jr. Tulsa ’52

To learn more, visit sigep.org/legacysociety

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THE FOLLOWING LIST CELEBRATES THE BROTHERS AND FRIENDS WHO MADE GIFTS IN SUPPORT OF SIGEP THROUGH THE SIGMA PHI EPSILON EDUCATION FOUNDATION BETWEEN JULY 1, 2015, AND JUNE 30, 2016.* LIFETIME GIVING LEVELS AND DONOR SOCIETIES ARE ALSO NOTED IN THIS LIST.

SigEp’s lifetime giving levels have changed over time as brothers and friends have continued to give more in support of our youngest brothers. These new levels were established in 2015 to create more clarity and consistency moving forward. SYMBOL KEY

LIFETIME GIVING LEVELS

 Board of Governors

 $3,000,000+ (Reserved for first $3MM+ donor) ♦ $2,000,000-$2,999,999 (Carter Ashton Jenkens Society)

 Hoop of Steel Society  Legacy Society

 $1,000,000-$1,999,999 (Benjamin Donald Gaw Society)  $500,000-$999,999 (William Hugh Carter Society)  $250,000-$499,999 (William Andrew Wallace Society)  $100,000-$249,999 (Thomas Temple Wright Society)

 $25,000-$49,999 (Lucian Baum Cox Society)  $10,000-$24,999 (Richard Spurgeon Owens Society)  $5,000-$9,999 (Edgar Lee Allen Society)  $2,500-$4,999 (Robert Alfred McFarland Society)  $1,000-$2,499 (Frank Webb Kerfoot Society) $0-$999 (Thomas Vaden McCaul Society)

 $50,000-$99,999 (William Lazell Phillips Society) *The Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation is a public charity and 501(c)(3) corporation (Tax ID: 54-6053821). Non-tax-deductible gifts made directly to a chapter or Alumni Volunteer Corporation and those made through a university or other foundations are not reflected in this list. +

deceased

YOUR SUPPORT

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ALABAMA $600-$1,199 Davis R. Orr ’14  R. Bret Waugh ’89  $250-$599 Robert L. Holman ’69 Michael S. Symms ’69 $1-$249 Steven A. Clements ’18  Robert F. George ’59 William A. Menas, II ’15 J. Patrick Meyer, Jr. ’65  Jonathan P. Worrell ’70

AMERICAN $1,200-$1,900 J. David Teitelman, MPA ’07  $250-$599 Joseph E. Pavel ’08  $1-$249 Austin M. Adams ’18  Kyle R. Enochs ’13 Philip Killeen ’15 Scott Lorsch ’14 Mark A. Natale ’14 Seth M. Pfeifer ’10 Douglass W. Reale ’08 Robert G. Schwartz ’09 Philip Scranage ’14

APPALACHIAN STATE $1-$249 Barry G. Richards ’85

$250-$599 John M. Corby ’74  Andrew J. Nelson ’65  $1-$249 Robert J. Anderson ’63  Jerry A. Mitchell ’86 Todd R. Modic ’89 Ronald J. Paquin ’62  Samuel J. Schulz ’66 

J. Robert Murphy, Jr. ’80 Thurman C. Pace, Jr. ’48  Dr. Frank R. Parsons, Jr. ’90 J. Douglas Riddle, II ’73  James R. Rushing ’72 Walter H. Thompson ’64 Dr. Leonard L. Walls ’67

AUBURN-MONTGOMERY $1-$249 Brian P. Aehnlich ’83 

ARKANSAS $5,000-$9,999 David T. Matchet ’76  $1,200-$1,900 Bradley W. Day ’87  B. Andrew Speed ’81  $600-$1,199 Archie B. Ryan, D.V.M. ’83  $250-$599 James O. Graham ’64  James T. Womble ’65  $1-$249 Cliff C. Cordes ’80 Benjamin C. Gooding ’13 Michael R. Gott ’72 Ronald P. Jones ’65  Luke I. Luechtefeld ’19  Robert E. McCarley ’65  J. Phillip McKnight ’81  Alexander H. McLean ’13 H. Terry Rasco, AIA ’71 John Rumbelow ’16 Colonel David L. Scobey ’68 Bruce M. Shapard ’74

AUSTIN PEAY STATE $600-$1,199 Christopher S. Drew ’10  Caleb S. Roberts ’10  $250-$599 Michael Rainier ’14  $1-$249 Brad S. Clower ’12  Zachary A. Gillman ’15 J. William Roberts ’16

BABSON $1,200-$1,900 Jay J. A. Rivera ’99 

BAKER $1,200-$1,900 Dale A. Werts ’84  $1-$249 Mason R. Baum ’19  Adam Downing ’18  Stephen A. Dudley ’64 Richard N. Gray ’43 Christopher S. Green ’00 Lee R. Greenstreet ’86 Craig W. Hackett ’76 Ronald L. Jenson ’58  Asaph Jewsome ’17  Jackson K. Moormeier ’18  Kirsten A. Shuck ’12 James M. Spaith ’73 Wayne A. Stewart ’76  Andrew E. Zeitlow ’18  +

ARKANSAS STATE

ARIZONA $1,200-$1,900 Robert A. Eckert ’76  Jay K. Harness, M.D. ’65  $600-$1,199 Clayton H. Baum ’86  $1-$249 Lt. Colonel R. Dave Barclay, Retired ’62  Wayne C. Benesch ’64  Douglas F. Carlberg ’72 Adam E. Crompton ’15 Brant C. Davis ’18  Daniel T. Dickson ’18  John L. Emery ’17 Richard G. Guthrie ’55  Sean W. Harms ’18  James B. McNamara ’18  Stephen W. Thomas ’72 Thomas F. Valenzuela, III ’17  Aaron C. Varela ’17  Kwadjo N.O. Walker ’19  Thomas W. Wilson ’14 Randall C. Wolfe ’85

ARIZONA STATE $1,901-$2,499 Stephen T. Diltz ’90 

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$1,200-$1,900 Clinton M. Young ’84  $1-$249 Frank L. Nettles ’57  John G. Pennington ’74

ARKANSAS TECH $1-$249 Andre R. Brassfield ’19  Ben W. Ford, Renaissance Daniel T. McCaulley ’11 

AUBURN $1,200-$1,900 John M. George ’76  $250-$599 James K. Smith, III ’69  $1-$249 John G. Curtin ’62 Richard W. Dean ’66  Carl D. Edem ’75  Robert W. Harrison, Jr. ’55  Donald N. Holley ’66 Jeffery M. Long ’89 John M. Monte ’88 Jeffrey A. Mullen ’81 

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BALDWIN WALLACE $2,500-$4,999 Wendell G. Rakosky ’78  $1-$249 Dr. Robert L. Frank ’68  William E. Goette, Renaissance Eric J. Harpring ’94 Dr. Richard C. Meyer ’52  Richard B. Patterson ’67  Allan K. Rodd ’54 Charles R. Scott ’59 William M. Taylor ’52  Christopher M. Towne ’68 Bruce R. Williams ’71 

BALL STATE

BOWLING GREEN STATE

$1,901-$2,499 Jeffrey R. Prather ’99  $1,200-$1,900 Thomas H. Cooreman ’65  Kent C. Nelson ’59  Kirk L. Tebo ’97  $600-$1,199 Paul E. Ashley ’99  $1-$249 Jerry D. Augsburger ’60  John B. Briggs ’60  Nate M. Gossett ’15 F. Allen Hall ’72 Dr. Myron S. Henry ’63 Michael F. Keppler ’60 Richard J. Otolski ’61  Dr. Don L. Park ’61  Dan M. Van Treese, Sr. ’66

$600-$1,199 R. Harrison Ward ’79  $1-$249 Clayton Davis ’17  Harold H. Hill ’85  Frederick J. Massimi, III ’09 Steven M. Pisapia, Jr. ’11 Phillip H. Warren ’71

$1,200-$1,900 Dr. Charles G. Eberly ’63  $250-$599 David C. Lacey, Jr. ’53  Dr. Harald Vaher ’89  $1-$249 Marcello E. Anverse ’19  F. Charles Arens ’89 Richard J. Barbato ’55  John V. Chidley ’64 Richard A. Cochran, Renaissance P. Michael Curtis ’74  Ryan J. Davis ’16  Corey M. Follick ’98  Daryl J. Knauss ’63 D. Bradly Leis ’79 Doyle E. McOwen ’50 Jerry F. Milnor ’61 Ronald D. Parthemore ’73 Matheus M.S. Peraci ’19  Dr. Robert G. Peters, Jr. ’70  Leland G. Smith ’70 Robert J. Thorndike ’89  Dr. Richard M. Tilimon ’77 G. William Turner ’64 Michael J. Vank ’69 James W. West ’64 

BAYLOR

BRADLEY

$600-$1,199 Chad H. Carlson, CFP ’95  $1-$249 Coburn A. Buxton, Jr. ’84  Charles E. Gamble, II ’82 Michael C. Gary ’93 Christopher A. Monroe ’90 Grant K. Parish, D.D.S. ’85

$1,901-$2,499 John M. Eber ’73  $1,200-$1,900 Marc D. Ferguson ’84  $250-$599 Joel D. Plys ’93  $1-$249 Nicholas J. Carrillo ’94 Alan J. Doerr ’56 Dale E. Fredericks ’65  Richie Groh ’18  Navid S. Kassam ’14 Charles L. Pillsbury ’68 John G. Plumley ’66 Edward S. Smith ’55 Jacob A. Von Holt ’14 Alvin L. Wagner, III ’90  Peter Werning ’16  Eugene A. Willis ’50 

BARTON

BELMONT ABBEY $1,200-$1,900 Phillip N. Maisano ’69  $1-$249 F. Joseph Feeney, Jr. ’75  John M. Queenan ’76

BENTLEY $1-$249 Paul D. Clohisy ’84 John W. Cox ’81  Troy D. Folkins ’90 Brian J. Shultz ’80  Neal R. Zwicker ’84

BOSTON UNIVERSITY $1-$249 William E. Crowell, Jr. ’56 Edward W. Dooley, Jr. ’66 William C. Kurtz, Sr. ’60  Richard Ponte ’57 James A. Vick ’67

BUCKNELL $2,500-$4,999 John F. McMillan ’78  $250-$599 Otto H. Ferrari, Jr. ’67  Robert H. Nagel ’77  $1-$249 Paul N. Anderson ’54 John M. Claycomb ’51  Robert J. Dretar ’64 Richard E. Frazier, Jr. ’74  Ryan Goodman ’05

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through the Sigma Phi Epsilon Education Foundation between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016

John H. Hardenstine ’59  Philip N. Hublitz ’62 Joseph Levi, II ’48  Charles W. North, V ’06  Robert G. Smith ’62  P. Barry Straus ’65 Robert J. Wallace ’54

BUFFALO STATE $600-$1,199 Edward F. Jones ’96  $1-$249 Christopher L. Graf ’85

CAL STATE-CHICO $250-$599 Douglas K. MacAdams ’76  $1-$249 David H. Fusi ’72 Dr. Mahlon M. Hile ’68  Donald G. Rynders ’76 Mark A. Tomsic ’85 

CAL STATE-FULLERTON $1,200-$1,900 John-Conrad G. Villacorte ’01  $600-$1,199 Alex D. Grieve ’12  $250-$599 Mashruf S. Ahmed ’06

CAL STATE-LONG BEACH $1-$249 Richard L. Conde ’96 Gregg S. Florence ’68 Timothy P. Lambert ’90 

CAL STATE-NORTHRIDGE $1-$249 Michael M. Franco ’92 Anthony R. Points ’19 

CAL STATE-SAN BERNARDINO $1,200-$1,900 Joshua A. Paine ’12  $250-$599 Clemente A. MoJica, Jr. ’97 $1-$249 Paul Di Marino ’95  Robert K. W. Grey ’11 Neal M. Hannon ’17  Joseph M. Toyotome ’16 

CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY $2,500-$4,999 Dr. Michael A. Green ’62  $600-$1,199 Stuart G. Gould ’59  Luke Madera ’09  $250-$599 Roderic W. Thomas ’57  Dr. Donald E. Williams ’64 

$1-$249 Patrick M. Costanzo, Jr. ’86  R. Terry Duryea ’69  Frank J. Isola, Jr. ’68 Jerry D. Sacchi ’58 Howard A. Schirmer, Jr. ’63  Konstantin Sidelnikov ’07 Gerald B. Steel ’65

CALIFORNIA-DAVIS $250-$599 Richard K. Bevan, Jr. ’82  Sigilfredo De Jesus, Renaissance Fred De Jesus ’87 $1-$249 James P. Finch ’89  Josue Garcia ’17  Peter D. Larimer ’01

CALIFORNIA-IRVINE $250-$599 Michael C. Josephson ’07 

CALIFORNIA-RIVERSIDE $250-$599 Andrew G. Diaz ’11 Timothy D. Hissem ’12 Bryan R. Holcombe ’12 Andrew J. Markis ’11 Joseph C. Perera ’14 $1-$249 Cole O. Bailey ’18  Robert J. Bastone ’05 Brenton S. Bauer ’08 Lucas Commiso ’17  Camron Farrokhnia ’17  Agam Josan ’15 Brendon S. Kim ’17  Alex S. Klarer ’14 Corey J. Luth ’14 Sathya S. Manoharan ’17  Andrew V. Perkins ’13 David A. Santos ’14 Daniel J. Stambaugh ’13 Matthew G. Womack ’13

CALIFORNIA-SAN DIEGO $250-$599 Jamal D. Rushdy ’94 $1-$249 David J. De Jesus ’18  Jonah B. Gadasi ’18 

CALIFORNIA-SANTA BARBARA $1,901-$2,499 Scott H. Carr ’86  Eric W. Lauterbach ’89  $1,200-$1,900 Dr. Barry Z. Posner ’70  $600-$1,199 Aaron Lavine ’05 

$250-$599 William R. Tiernay ’52  $1-$249 Daniel N. Abellera ’79  Mark W. Heinze ’82 James A. Phillips, Ph.D., C.F.P., E.A. ’62  Glenn C. Pritchard ’69 Phillip K. Rhee ’18  James R. Sharer ’50  James A. Simpson ’69  Paul Tappan ’94

CALPOLY-POMONA $2,500-$4,999 David R. Calderon ’88  $1,901-$2,499 Renato G. Villacorte ’91  $1,200-$1,900 Kenneth J. Barker ’91  $600-$1,199 Neil C. Blais ’82  Jonathan D. Hayes ’93  $250-$599 Brian P. Kleinsmith ’96  Robert F. Ragland, Jr. ’83  Jeffrey W. Schultz ’04  $1-$249 Mr. & Mrs. Sean C. Bennett ’97 Brian T. Clarke ’03 Geoffrey T. Hamill ’92 Dr. Donald F. Putnam ’68  Brandon Tsubaki ’06  Thomas V. Wiggins ’84

CALPOLY-SLO $1-$249 Eric C. Turner ’97

CANISIUS $1-$249 Mark G. Evans ’83 Perry D. Figliotti ’83 Griffith Jones, III, Renaissance Milton A. Santiago ’97 James P. Schnell ’95

CARNEGIE MELLON $1-$249 John W. Bird ’17  Keith A. Eich ’02 Geoffrey L. Root ’17  Evan G. Tobac ’10

CARROLL $1-$249 Keith E. Letsche, Esq. ’70

CASE WESTERN $1,200-$1,900 Joshua D. Hodnichak ’10 


$600-$1,199 Bayard V. Gennert ’02  Christopher W. H. Prall ’01  $250-$599 Lawrence P. Colucci ’96  Alexander M. Olear ’13 $1-$249 Andreas Baltatzis ’00 Jeffrey S. Einhaus ’15 Michael Janes ’14 Ross T. Kaufhold ’19  Edward J. Kreinar ’12 2nd Lt. Steven M. Maire ’13 Ryan M. Miller ’17  Jacob J. Morand ’19  Mark R. Notargiacomo ’08 Ryan M. Nowacoski ’16  Andrew R. Pozzuto ’09  Michel W. Yuzik ’19 

CENTRAL ARKANSAS $2,500-$4,999 Gary L. Huff ’91  $600-$1,199 Kreth J. Koehler ’92  Christopher P. Nations ’94  The Honorable Robert D. Wills, Jr. ’91  $1-$249 Corey A. Parks ’16 Warren T. Readnour ’90  Anthony D. Sitz, Renaissance

CENTRAL FLORIDA $1-$249 Paul L. Christopher ’99 Gregory B. Morand ’99

CENTRAL MICHIGAN $1-$249 James T. Bishop ’68 Gregory D. Cocke ’78  Charles K. Payne ’80

CENTRAL MISSOURI $2,500-$4,999 Richard W. Bennet, III ’74  $1,200-$1,900 Peter P. Gencarelli ’75  Gregory C. Swain ’85  $250-$599 Randall M. Hinshaw ’75  $1-$249 Joseph W. Burke, Jr. ’69 Steven A. Cooper ’18  Grant M. Koenig ’18  Tyler G. Laughlin ’08 Jeffrey D. Reese ’17  James W. Reeves, J.D., LL.M. ’80

CHAPMAN $1-$249 Paul M. Carey ’83 Dean M. Cooper ’91 

CHARLESTON (SOUTH CAROLINA) $600-$1,199 C. Scott Manning ’07  $250-$599 Michael M. Carriere ’10 

CHARLESTON (WEST VIRGINIA) $1-$249 Frank B. Mathews ’68 Jeffrey S. Robertson ’76 Martin L. Valerio ’73 

CHICAGO Aaron M. TaylorMays ’14

CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT $250-$599 Bryan C. Gunst ’11 Riley S. Little ’13  $1-$249 Mackenzie Abbate ’17  Ryan D’Ercole ’16 Keegan Dees ’17  Nick Friedl ’17  Joseph M. Lamantia ’18  T. Austin McKim ’13 Colton Muller ’18  Benjamin J. Pavich ’18  William D. Pell, III ’17  Davis H. Reagan ’19  Timothy J. Shaughnessy ’09 Eric P. Trautwein ’18  Colin P. Walsh ’17  Nicholas A. Wintersteiger ’18 

CINCINNATI $5,000-$9,999 Gary P. Lessis ’83  Richard A. Mullen ’65  $2,500-$4,999 John A. Abraham ’77  Melvin H. Haas ’62  Scott F. Partridge ’69  Dr. Franklin E. Robeson ’68  $1,901-$2,499 Timothy L. Timmel ’70  $1,200-$1,900 Dwight L. Moody, Jr. ’63  Dennis R. Reigle ’67  Roger A. Stateczny ’92  Prof. Ric W. Sweeney, Renaissance  Jared A. Yates ’12  $600-$1,199 James A. Abend ’73  James G. Bokach ’02 

Kelly P. Conway ’82  Lawrence D. Damron ’68  Ryan C. Hayes ’03  Gregory O. Miles ’84  Michael S. Mills ’04  Russell G. Overgard ’58  W. Philip Shepardson, Jr. ’68  Kevin T. Smith ’98  Kyle F. Sutton ’12  Thomas E. Vick ’69  Hiram B. Wooton ’08  $250-$599 Jeffrey A. Back ’18  Kevin R. Broch ’95  David J. Chris ’94  Kenneth D. Cleeter ’72 Sean C. Cosgrove ’05  Robert C. Loesch ’63  Daniel F. Lysaght ’82  James W. Maurer ’67 Reineiro L. Medina, III ’99  Timothy J. Quackenbush ’08  Christopher P. Schneider ’83  David J. Wenzel ’06  $1-$249 Matthew P. Blecke ’95 Jacob Blizzard ’18  Joseph C. Blizzard ’14 James S. Bowman ’52 John L. Driver ’55 Lee R. Duncan ’83  William P. Freudenberger ’63  Ronald L. Griffith ’54 Donald E. Kindle ’55  Harold C. McGlathery ’63  Robert W. Meredith, Jr. ’67  David P. Miller ’20  Trenton T. Pfister ’18  Martin B. Popp, M.D. ’64 Kyle W. Rickett ’19  Richard F. Roehr ’59  Micah J. Schehl ’00 Sam Schroeder ’17  Alex Shelton ’18  Charles H. Tadge ’54 Tim Waymire ’18  Dr. R. Eric Weise ’54  +

CLARION $600-$1,199 Jonathan B. Catanzarita ’11  $250-$599 Eric T. Pascucci ’94  $1-$249 James M. Daugherty ’91 Devin J. Forgey ’16  Cody Smith ’16 

CLARKSON $250-$599 Matthew K. Fox ’03  $1-$249 Kenneth J. Rushing ’03

CLEMSON $250-$599 Carlos Quintero ’73  $1-$249 Rodney D. Hunt ’83  David V. Saitta ’72

CLEVELAND STATE $250-$599 David L. Huiett ’66  William R. Schutte ’71 $1-$249 Paul All, II ’17  Nicholas W. Bartlett ’18  Vincent A. Cardamone ’18  Jacob R. Doerner ’18  Calvin R. Evans ’18  Parker B. Keating ’17  Charles B. Kovach ’69 Kody A. McAllister ’16  Joseph G. Spagnuolo, Renaissance  Roberto B. Valletta ’19 

COASTAL CAROLINA $1-$249 Gregory R. Chierchie ’13 R. Norman Evans ’82  Nicholas Pineda ’17  William Sewell ’19  Scott A. Starnes ’91

COLORADO $50,000-$99,999 Christopher L. Bittman ’85  $10,000-$24,999 Kent B. Hickman ’61  Jeffery L. Johnson ’89  $2,500-$4,999 Fred M. Smoot ’63  $1,200-$1,900 Charles A. Stegman ’81  $600-$1,199 Dr. Christopher J. Gassman ’04  Colonel John P. Millar ’83  Gerardus H. Van Moorsel ’82  $250-$599 James Bearns ’84  Robert G. Shaw ’83  Donald P. Walde ’87  $1-$249 Robert A. Barba ’88 Mark A. Bellows ’87 Lorne D. Matheson ’60  Douglas S. Moore ’85 David B. Parkinson ’57 Gary Vicari ’76

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES $1-$249 Cameron Commerford ’17  Bradley T. Elliott ’17 

Jonathan A. Guill ’18  Grant W. Kaster ’00 James D. Kiousis ’18  Roman Martinez ’17  Wallace McGregor, Jr. ’52 Bryan Z. Morgan ’18  Philip G. Oxford ’18  Richard P. Soares, Jr. ’85 Nathan A. Todtenhagen ’18  John J. Zeman ’56 

COLORADO STATE $10,000-$24,999 Gary B. Halley ’60  Michael L. Jensen ’96  $5,000-$9,999 Trevor Armstrong ’98  J. Tim Biddle ’73  John W. Clark ’65  Breck K. Vassios ’87  Stefan L. Wenger ’95  $1,901-$2,499 James B. Benemann ’78  Thomas C. Livingston ’79  Richard G. Long, Jr. ’79  Anthony M. Mauro ’99  $1,200-$1,900 Thomas J. Gordon, Jr. ’87  $250-$599 Bryan A. Harmsen ’01  Robert L. Warner ’58  $1-$249 Ryan T. Garthright ’10 Daniel S. Reagan ’82 Charles L. Simon ’54 John R. Sprengle, Jr. ’57 

COLUMBIA $5,000-$9,999 Zariel J. Toolan ’01  $2,500-$4,999 Steve I. Hofstetter ’02  $1,901-$2,499 Thomas W. Russell ’99  $1,200-$1,900 Gregory T. Lembrich ’00  $1-$249 Alexander S. Ciucci ’12 John W. Croll ’12 Justin Feit ’14 Thomas E. Huth ’03 Nathan R. Levick ’12 Scott G. Linthorst ’04 Daniel A. Nassar ’10 Nicholas Sharma ’08 Nicholas P. Sinchak ’13 Randy Subramany ’11 Davis R. Thompson ’02 Frank Y. Yin ’11

CONNECTICUT $10,000-$24,999 Joseph W. Langella, Jr. ’83 

$2,500-$4,999 Steven B. Chaneles, Esq. ’83  $1,200-$1,900 Robert Barile, Jr. ’84  Eric D. Muschlitz ’92  $600-$1,199 James N. Roach ’99  $250-$599 Robert A. Flynn ’82  Lt. Colonel Verndell H. Gildhouse, Renaissance  Jonathan A. Plucker, Ph.D. ’91  $1-$249 Lawrence J. Carboni, Jr. ’86 Sean P. Chilson ’19  Patrick D. Conroy ’19  Robert J. Hennessey ’63 Samad A. Khan ’18  Steven M. Kiel ’72 Matthew L.C. McClintock ’18  Michael K. McGuigan ’16  Robert H. Saunders ’63 Lawrence D. Schuffman ’81 Alan O. Stickles ’59 Thomas Zalewski ’06 Dr. George A. Zitnay ’60

CORNELL $1,200-$1,900 The Honorable David J. Roman ’73  $1-$249 Randall E. Allen ’05 Robert A. Cowie ’55  William J. Doody ’68 Richard J. Evans ’45 James H. Schoonmaker ’74  James W. Spindler ’61 Mitchell E. Stern, M.D. ’76 

CREIGHTON $1-$249 Michael V. Bongers ’90 Eric J. Christensen ’96 Charles M. Schneider ’95

CULVER STOCKTON $1-$249 Ronald W. Leftwich ’64  Dr. Thomas M. Spoerner ’60 

DARTMOUTH $100,000-$249,999 Robert O. Wetzel ’76  $5,000-$9,999 Mark M. Weld ’76  $2,500-$4,999 Michael C. Chapman ’76  David J. Clark ’76  Richard H. Kimball ’78  Herbert F. Philpott ’85  $1,901-$2,499 David J. Hoftiezer ’04 

James G. Kreissman ’84  $1,200-$1,900 Charles E. Haldeman ’70  Michael L. Kimmel ’94  $600-$1,199 William E. Brown ’07  Jay Miller ’82  Russell M. Stidolph ’97  $250-$599 Douglas M. Antaya ’78 Michael G. Bongiorno ’88 Michael J. Dovidio ’07  Dr. Eric M. Frank ’74 Robert A. Fuller ’61  George C. Harrington ’61  Gary C. Jan ’98  Samuel Reckford ’83  William D. Sinclair ’76  Derrick T. Smith ’07  $1-$249 Eric D. Andersen ’00 Paul J. Biggs ’01 David E. Bond ’60  Parker W. Borg ’61 Matthew A. Brown ’05  Thomas F. Bush, Jr. ’76 William D. Comings, Jr. ’60 Vincent DiMarco, II ’97 Jason M. DiMarino ’97  Andrew A. Doherty ’86 Rob M. Fasani ’98 Mark A. Felder ’78 Kevin M. Garland ’07  Peter A. H. Hasenkamp ’98  Keith A. Jacobsen ’97  Allan Klinge ’02 Donald J. Landzettel ’60  Dr. John M. Lewis ’70 Chad D. Northrup ’96 Juan S. Restrepo ’07  Vincent W. Rudzinski, IV ’98 Dr. Derek G. Shendell ’96  Lincoln D. Willis ’98

DAVIDSON $5,000-$9,999 A. Jay Hurt, III ’88  $1,200-$1,900 Peter M. Varney ’96  $600-$1,199 Sawyer J. Hicks ’14  Jacques L. Vauclain, III ’90  $1-$249 Stewart M. Cates ’90 Dr. Paul A. Horne, Jr. ’79 Ross Kruse ’17  Philip A. Leonard ’72  Thomas M. Roth, III ’83 Moffatt A. Ware, Jr. ’56 Luke E. Wulsin ’14

DAVIS & ELKINS $600-$1,199 Eugene C. Schurg, Jr. ’77  $1-$249 Clark W. Bowman ’87 Philip S. Inglee ’59 Dr. George P. Morgan, Jr. ’61  Donald F. Santamaria ’62

DAYTON $2,500-$4,999 Steven A. Dorth ’92  Marcus P. Robinson ’99  $600-$1,199 Christopher L. Bagi, Esq. ’06  $250-$599 Brian C. Inyart ’97  $1-$249 Daniel F. Hoelting ’10 Mark J. Smalley ’91 

DEFIANCE $1-$249 Rev. Richard A. Carse ’69 Mark A. Pohto ’71

DELAWARE $250-$599 I. Barry Guerke, Esq. ’70  $1-$249 Ronald C. Anderson, Jr. ’89 Bruce S. Andrews ’74  Perry F. Boone ’70 Dr. Alfred B. Brown ’59 James L. Budd ’68 Zachery C. Carter ’73 Paul N. Costello ’66 James S. Dick ’59 Kenneth S. Dominy ’90 James W. Felch, M.D. ’69  Allan R. Ferguson ’65  Kevin L. Howard ’90 Mark R. Mitchell ’92 Warren J. Patterson ’93 James H. Poole ’72  Kenneth C. Schilling ’64 Stephen E. Stockwell ’67  Davis H. Truax ’55 Melville F. Warren, Jr. ’81 

DENISON $1-$249 Dr. Thomas C. Masters, II ’04

DENVER $1-$249 Donald C. Henke ’51  Dr. Harold B. McConnell, Jr. ’56

DEPAUL $250-$599 Oliver W. Debe ’13

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$1-$249 Peter K. Audrain ’17  Daniel J. Busen ’18  Andy Duric ’19  Christopher J. Homsi ’18  Kyle P. Jung ’18 

DETROIT $250-$599 James W. Reb ’67 $1-$249 Sheldon H. Moore, Jr. ’63 Ronald W. Rakecky, D.D.S. ’60 John E. Trainor ’65

DRAKE $1,200-$1,900 Andrew P. Lemens ’08  $600-$1,199 Tyler R. Boggess ’10  Charles S. Hartig ’07  $250-$599 Christopher M. Trunkey ’88  $1-$249 William C. Berry ’58  Truman F. Hatfield ’61 Harold W. Higgs ’49  Brian R. Jenkins ’80  Mitchell Klocke ’18  Robert C. Lahey ’65 Randy A. Noble ’73 David W. Orris ’68  Mark D. Reiter ’15 Robert J. Sobkoviak ’90 Ben Weinberg ’17  Brady D. Wolfe ’09 

DREXEL $1-$249 Ryan Benjamin ’19  Thomas H. Chau ’19  Paul Ciaccia, III ’19  John L. Dougherty ’05 Joshua M. Gliva ’19  Ali Harb ’19  Brian P. Kerrigan ’05 Jonathan Napolitano ’18  Ryan J. O’Hea ’18  Justin Q. San Juan ’17  Mario J. Squicciarini ’17  James M. Tyrrell, Jr. ’16 

DRURY $1-$249 D. James Moses ’84 Theodore C. Salveter, III ’58

DUKE $1,200-$1,900 Curtis R. Kimball ’72  $600-$1,199 Gerald R. Whitt, Esq. ’72 

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$250-$599 Caleb H. Barnhardt, Jr. ’62  $1-$249 Joel S. Burrill ’09 Rev. B. Wayne Kinyon ’58 John T. Mishler ’09 John H. Orr ’74 David B. Parsons ’70 John F. Sacha, Esq. ’70  Elliot A. Silver ’04

EAST CAROLINA $1-$249 J.L. Skip Browder ’67 Wesse C. Ranes, III ’67 

EAST TENNESSEE STATE $2,500-$4,999 Colonel William G. Sikes, Jr. ’57  $1,200-$1,900 Michael Elliott ’81  Mark W. Peterson ’87  Robert D. Van de Vuurst ’83  $250-$599 Richard G. Clarke ’71 Charles F. Peake ’56 $1-$249 Brennan Alexander ’16  Samuel R. Arnold ’17  Christopher K. Birchfield ’17  J. Ross Blaylock ’18  Brett Boggs ’18  Mitchell B. Broyles ’13 Christian N. Bryant ’17  Kaleb B. Burgess ’17  Erik Cannon ’18  Connor Chappell ’17  Robert Chesser, Jr. ’17  Shane R. Chipley ’16  Gayle S. Cox, Jr., Renaissance Brian M. Creger ’80 Michael T. Daley ’82 Treyvon M.M. Daniels ’17  Drew W. Day ’83 Herbert C. Donaldson ’74  William G. Donaldson, Jr. ’71 Clyde R. Duty ’74 Caleb L. Ellenburg ’19  Nelson C. Elliott ’18  Spencer Fine ’16  Marcus E. Fowler ’18  Michael T. Fowler ’18  Ashton Franco ’17  Miller C. Franklin ’19  Deane Gionta ’80 Christian Givens ’17  Tanner L. Greene ’19  Jacob A. Grosser ’19  Tyler W. Hatfield ’17  Asa S. Henry ’19  Hunter K. Hess ’18 

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Jesse E. Hollen ’17  Cove Horner ’17  Amin A. Kadah ’13 S. Christopher Kimel ’92 Karson T. King ’18  Mitchell Larkin ’17  Joshua B. Lee ’17 L. Harrison Levan ’19  Seth M. Lovell ’14 Kenneth M. Lyons ’93 Rusty L. Mabe ’09 Landon Martin ’17  Joseph C. McRae ’17  Dalton Medford ’16  Matthew Merica ’17  Jimmy Morefield, Jr. ’17  Ethan D. Murrell ’18 John S. Newland, Ed.D., Renaissance Tyler P. Nicely ’11 Warder B. Page ’17  Justin Parks ’19  Rikesh Patel ’16  Neil D. Peterson ’17  Stephen Price ’19  G. Preston Ralston ’07 Austen J. Rhoades ’19  Earl W. Rogers, Jr. ’71 Robert I. Rouleau ’18  Dane S. Rudd ’19  Cameron I. Salyer ’19  Trent Settles ’17  S. Faisal Shah ’17  Chase J. Silvers ’19  Patrick L. Smith ’19  Ronald E. Smith ’82 Byron P. Sturgill ’91 Dillon A. Swift ’19  William T. Terrell ’85 Lucas Thibodeau ’16 August M. Trupiano ’82 Jason A. Tummins ’17  Thomas C. Valentine ’19  Max C. Vaughn ’18  Matthew C. Walker ’16  Ryan Westelaken ’16 Roger N. Wexler ’74 Christopher T. Wheeler ’18  Zachary A. Wise ’19

James Kluzek ’19  Joey M. Sutkowski ’17 

EASTERN MICHIGAN $1,200-$1,900 Michael T. Selby ’02  $1-$249 William F. Eardley, IV, Renaissance Todd R. Thomasson ’96

EASTERN WASHINGTON $1,200-$1,900 Michael A. Johnson ’01  $1-$249 Eli A. Ker ’00 Derek Scott A. Meenach ’18  Antonio I. Montez ’17  Jacob M. Radawick ’18 

ELON $2,500-$4,999 Andrew C. Baker ’06  $600-$1,199 Arthur A. Angelo ’13  Scott S. Swedberg ’11  James G. Wright ’07  $250-$599 Matthew R. D. Gillette ’11 $1-$249 Dylan S. Ketcham ’11 Zachary T. Pope ’07

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON $250-$599 Michael T. Fogarty ’77  $1-$249 Robert L. Klingenburg ’74  Jeffrey W. Mirk ’76 

FERRIS STATE $10,000-$24,999 Dr. Richard E. Veazey ’64  $1-$249 Jagger Agrusa ’18  Tim Benjamin ’19  Richard S. Bugajski ’62 Robert C. Felton ’65  Nicholas V. Fluent ’17  James Gornyecz, Jr. ’19  Ryan P. McGrath ’18  George H. Montgomery ’75  Dale E. Starnes ’65 Van D. Waugh ’71 +

EMORY $1-$249 Kaelan M. Saley ’18 

EMPORIA STATE

$2,500-$4,999 George R. Follis, Jr. ’81  $600-$1,199 Howard L. Nycum ’69  $1-$249 Gordon R. Cox ’61  Morris G. Cox ’68 

$1,901-$2,499 Dr. Edward H. Hammond ’66  $250-$599 Thomas C. Bell ’66  Larry K. McGinnis ’68  $1-$249 Michael H. Burnett ’61 Larry J. Burns ’71  Michael S. Chandler ’16  M. Wayne Davidson ’54 Diego Esparza ’16  William R. Laughridge ’69 Jeffrey Poort ’14 Brett Reichert ’16  Raymond L. Rentfro ’61 Philip W. Rogers ’57 Jon K. Tolson ’69 Leon A. Torkelson ’65  Andrew Wimp ’16 

EASTERN ILLINOIS

EVANSVILLE

$1-$249 Levi M. Bulgar ’09 Alex G. Crayne ’16 

$50,000-$99,999 David T. Bertorello ’89  $1,200-$1,900

EAST TEXAS STATE

T. Bryan Altheide ’85  John D. Stumpf ’71  $250-$599 Major Frederick E. Barton ’66  Stephan R. Hammers ’71  Maurice D. Rohleder ’58  Donald J. Thompson, II ’87  $1-$249 Gary Ahrens ’59  Taylor E. Allen ’16  Timothy B. Breeding ’86 Paul S. Ensign ’76 Christian M. Germonprez ’18  Todd R. Giganti ’00 Jerry L. Hochstetler ’62  Erich M. Hopf ’18  Amir Khayat Kahale ’19  Robert W. Kuhlman ’75  Aden A. Merchant ’19  David A. Schaefer ’62 Kurt G. Shepherd ’98

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FLORIDA $1,200-$1,900 H. Lorenz Horn ’56  Arthur J. Siccardi ’98  $600-$1,199 Matthew B. Sloan ’09  $1-$249 Aaron R. Blau ’19  Henry O. Cleare ’61 Patrick C. Comiskey ’88 Samuel L. Covell ’19  Dr. Bart J. Edmiston ’95 Edward S. Furber ’52 Jim L. Gibbons ’52 Patrick L. Goodrich ’18  Jonathan Katz ’19  Thomas R. L. Kindred ’59 Thomas C. King ’19 

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Ryan C. Moran ’19  Kennedy Saavedra ’19  Jonathan E. Sarkisian ’17  Jordan J. Schrock ’18 

FLORIDA ATLANTIC $1,200-$1,900 Nathan B. Custodio ’05  $600-$1,199 Joseph M. Baird ’07  $1-$249 Guy F. Davis, IV ’05 David J. Haycock ’02  Jose F. Herrera ’05 Stephen Orchard ’98

FLORIDA GULF COAST $600-$1,199 Zachary B. Edington ’11  $1-$249 Nickolai A. Cherevko ’13 Nicholas J. Cid ’13 Andrew S. Johnson ’15 Luis A. Leon Cedano ’11 Maxwell Salain ’19 

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL $10,000-$24,999 Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D. ’90  $2,500-$4,999 James N. Horst, D.O. ’92  $1-$249 Dustin A. Elliott ’10

FLORIDA SOUTHERN $2,500-$4,999 Hoyt R. Barnett ’65  $1-$249 Robert M. Dienst ’74 Paul J. Findling ’88 Anthony J. Palumbo ’71 Eric W. Thomas ’74 

FLORIDA STATE $1,901-$2,499 Scott K. Edinger ’92  $250-$599 Craig S. Perry ’85  $1-$249 Geoffry E. Cotter ’95 Marvin R. Cutson ’63  Christopher B. Daughtry ’86 John E. Doughney, IV ’02 J. Michael Hipps ’70 Douglas J. McCrea ’68 Paul W. Norton, Jr., USAF, Ret. ’64  Simeon C. Sparkman, Jr. ’64  Randall N. Vitale ’99

FORT HAYS STATE $600-$1,199 Alexander S. Hendee ’13 

$1-$249 Aaron M. Alexander ’98 Lorenzo C. Basa, III ’17  Jack R. Duffield ’18  Jordan M. Glynn ’17  Colin G. McIver ’18  Loren J. Pepperd ’68  Ty W. Scott ’19  Kevin G. Struckhoff ’82 Jesse L. Weis ’18  Jason J. Williby ’96 Tanner S. Younie ’16 

FRANCIS MARION $1-$249 Rev. Msgr. Anthony J. Marcaccio ’85

GEORGE MASON $1,200-$1,900 John J. Lee ’86  $600-$1,199 Col. Aaron L. Geduldig, Renaissance  Brandt T. Heatherington ’86  P. Sean Leahey ’96  $250-$599 Col. Mark W. Hamilton, Retired ’86  James E. McConville ’85  $1-$249 Babak Amani ’90 David J. Audi ’94 David A. Basinger ’84 Vineet K. Bhatia ’94 Alberto Carbo ’00 Travis W. Castleman ’01 Hector A. Cevallos ’00 Dr. John S. Connor ’93 Christopher M. Cruse ’00 James B. Davis ’81 Robert A. Diaz ’95 Jerod F. Duenas ’08 Jeffrey M. Dunn ’88 James M. Eglin, Jr. ’85 Ricky S. Greenberg ’93 Steven V. Hall ’85 Jose A. Hernandez, Jr. ’93 Jeffrey T. Hunter ’88  Randall L. Jones ’93 Glenn J. Laskin ’93 Marc H. Lenzen ’85 Michael J. Lupichuk ’94 Jason A. Maleski ’94 Carlos R. Matos ’08 Gregory K. McDonough ’95 Patrick M. Moffitt ’95 Stephen E. Moroz, Renaissance David N. Muir, Jr. ’94 Scot W. Mullin ’93 Kevin J. Mulroe ’94 Dorian N. Paidas ’93

D. Brent Perdue ’02 Brian B. Plombon ’84  Allan R. Plumley, III ’86 Jesse L. Price ’93 Javier Rodriguez ’84 Todd L. Roti ’91 Robert J. Schmid ’93 Jamil R. Scott ’85 Vernon L. Strang, Jr. ’81 F. E. Thornton ’97 Christopher J. Veillette ’84

GEORGE WASHINGTON $2,500-$4,999 Anthony C. Balestrieri ’03  $1,200-$1,900 Kenneth E. Rhines ’89  $600-$1,199 Kevin T. Barnett ’04  Jonathan A. Holland ’02  $250-$599 John N. Dano ’59  $1-$249 Raymond R. Baumann ’79 Jonathan D. Fraade ’80  Frederick J. Gauvreau ’62  Allan I. Nappen, Esq. ’91  Michael S. Rosenberg, Esq. ’91 Benjamin A. Snyder ’09 Hans W. Zassenhaus ’63

GEORGETOWN $1,200-$1,900 Jeffrey D. Wray ’11  $600-$1,199 F. Whitaker Leonhardt ’07 

GEORGIA $10,000-$24,999 J. Darren Rodgers ’84  $5,000-$9,999 Victor K. Wilson, Renaissance  $1,200-$1,900 William V. Medbery ’75  Matthew S. Parrish ’07  $600-$1,199 Andrew J. Parrish ’13  Kevin E. Shumaker ’84  $250-$599 Jonathan G. Poole, Jr. ’14  $1-$249 Paul R. Addison ’66  Louis E. Mech ’11 John N. Meisten, III ’64 J. Russell Stephens ’00 

GEORGIA SOUTHERN $1,200-$1,900 Gregg R. Gowanloch ’96  $250-$599 Gary D. Baker ’71  J. Ryan Gartin ’10 


$1-$249 Dr. David A. Denmark ’80  Brandon Ellis ’06 Adam R. Weaver ’96

GEORGIA STATE $1-$249 David F. Blau ’79  Daniel M. Kozarich ’96 Ian N. Matthes, Esq. ’94

GEORGIA TECH $600-$1,199 James E. Pruitt, Jr. ’56  $250-$599 Daniel J. Czaja, Jr. ’92  $1-$249 Kerry A. Baker ’71  Joseph Brejda ’12 Victor M. Farinas ’84 Harold B. Hildenbrand, Jr. ’81  Dr. Nicholas W. Hollingshad ’78  Benjamin P. Johnston, Jr. ’63  M. Stephen Karlovic ’82  Sebastien P. Kidd ’95 E. Preston Rahe, Jr. ’64  Donnie R. Sloan, Jr. ’68  Douglas K. Tucker ’84  Albert J. Turner, Jr. ’60 

GRAND VALLEY STATE $1,200-$1,900 James A. Ryder, Jr. ’94  $600-$1,199 Joshua S. Bach ’08  $250-$599 Landry K. Hourtienne ’09 $1-$249 James P. Barber, Ph.D. ’95 Jason C. Black ’98 John P. Fitzgerald ’85 Christopher J. Lopez ’16 

HAWAII $250-$599 Jesse W. Fortney, Ph.D. ’92 

HENDERSON STATE $1-$249 John L. Davis ’70  Gabe P. Moorman ’72 William T. Newberry ’71 John W. Smith, Jr. ’68 

HIGH POINT $1-$249 Robert O. Dockery ’57 Robert L. Foster ’58 Barry H. Newsome ’54

HOUSTON $250-$599 Donald E. Heard ’93  $1-$249 William F. Boeker, III ’96 Jorge E. Castaneda ’08 Skyler R. Gentry ’18  J. S. Hayden, Jr. ’56 William M. Kelly ’02 Dan Manuppelli, III ’72 Matthew P. Marrocelli ’19  Joe E. McManus ’67 Hackley Morrison, III ’57 Darren H. Randle ’12

HUNTINGDON $1,901-$2,499 G. Wayne Knupp, Jr. ’95  $1-$249 Joe D. Read ’88 Richard H. Sforzini, III ’04

IDAHO $1-$249 Sgt. Virgil J. Jordan ’09  Joshua G. Studor ’04

IDAHO STATE $1-$249 William R. Drake ’66 Robert L. Kirkpatrick ’60 

Thomas E. Pearl ’90 $1-$249 Lloyd A. Atwell ’59 William C. Boudreau ’40 Patrick Doah ’17  Lyman “AL” Goss ’56  Fred Gottheil, Ph.D., Renaissance Truman G. Hix ’62 Edward D. Jenkins ’62 Darrell G. Kahl ’58 David M. Mangian ’06 Joseph V. Norvell ’91 George J. Novy ’62 George P. Pappas ’78 Zachary A. Pastko ’04 Michael J. Samonds ’93  David R. Tupek ’08 Peter M. Wallner ’71

ILLINOIS STATE $1,901-$2,499 Henry M. Landis ’82  $1-$249 William D. Sponsler ’95

INDIANA $25,000-$49,999 Thomas T. McDaniel ’85  $10,000-$24,999 Mark R. Cotter ’83  Phillip A. Cox ’84  Scott P. Hawley ’01  John M. Ruth ’91  $5,000-$9,999 Charles L. V. Bills ’79  Joseph E. Buser, Jr. ’11  Chris D. Foster ’84  Gregory J. Pusinelli ’80  Richard T. Wood ’86  $2,500-$4,999 William E. Becker ’72  Lance K. Carlson ’86  Bernard R. Funck ’82  Andrew W. Hartman ’92  John P. Oakes ’86  Robert D. Rogers ’91  Adam D. Smith ’91  Gregory W. Welch ’85  $1,901-$2,499 Edward C. Ellsasser ’90  Douglas L. Gray ’87  Dr. Nidal Masri ’86  Michael L. Moeller ’92  David J. Penna ’97  Louis R. Rothhaas ’84  Adam J. Stater ’14  $1,200-$1,900 Clark H. Byrum, Sr. ’57  $600-$1,199 Stephen E. Bishop ’76  Chad L. Burch ’83  Richard M. Carrabine ’53  +

IIT $1,200-$1,900 Reginald M. Maynigo ’05  $600-$1,199 Kevin C. Krupp ’10  Jefferson H. West ’14 $250-$599 David E. Lourie, P.E., D.GE ’79  $1-$249 James E. Grimm ’60 Melvyn A. Skvarla ’64 

ILLINOIS $2,500-$4,999 Conrad W. Hewitt ’58  $1,901-$2,499 Christopher S. Dillion ’03  John E. Vercellino ’75  $1,200-$1,900 Keith T. Bruce ’87  Robert L. Pierce ’81  $600-$1,199 Cameron M. Blaydes ’12  D. Shawn Dalgleish ’81  Jamieson D. Gray ’12  $250-$599 Anthony R. Ebbole ’91  Vance L. Fraley ’56  James R. McGreevy ’69  Lloyd A. Murphy ’78 Richard H. O’Connell ’71 

W. Erik Foster ’91  John M. Frost ’86 Joseph L. Martin, Jr. ’79  Jeffrey H. Mason ’77 Richard W. Meyer ’76  Benjamin Nahrstadt ’16  Mark A. Sutor ’83  $250-$599 Jeffrey W. Albers ’93 John R. Fiala ’57  Nicholas R. Keneipp ’08 John C. Miller ’10 Michael J. Schanna ’01 Steven Schottenstein ’78  David R. Worthington ’79 $1-$249 John W. Applegate, M.D. ’54 James M. Azriel ’10 Matthew J. Bradford ’93 Sean J. Cantwell ’82 Matthew Cornacchione, II ’67  William G. Holland ’16  Herbert J. Hoppe, Jr. ’50  Joseph J. Hunter-Lattak ’70 Nicholas L. Johnson ’14 Kevin G. Johnson ’84 Alexander E. Kopytko ’10 Thomas M. Malone ’61 John R. McKay ’81 Wallace G. McOuat ’69 John G. Strack ’95 Jeffrey R. Tewksbury ’77 Scott A. Weinstein ’83 W. Denton White ’15

INDIANA OF PENNSYLVANIA $1-$249 Jonathan H. Benedict ’00 David L. Einsel ’58

INDIANA STATE $1,200-$1,900 Eric T. Lantz ’95  Trent N. Roberts ’98  Matthew E. Shireman ’94  $600-$1,199 Dean Duncan ’52  Thomas M. Jackson ’83  $250-$599 Robert C. Brown ’78  Michael J. Goodin, Jr. ’89 Dr. Keith A. Hall ’58  Tom L. Lawson, Jr. ’94  Justin D. Sheets ’00  James W. Tolin ’71 Craig A. Williams, AAE ’93  Norman J. Young ’64  $1-$249 Mark L. Allen ’84 Ronald A. Amerman ’19  Colonel John E. Clark ’62 Kenneth A. Cofield ’77 +

Gunner T. Davis ’19  Brian A. Delaney ’90  Evan A. Elmore ’19  Mark D. Fleeman ’82 Wayne C. Hasselbrinck ’64  Nicholas J. Hogan ’18  Brent R. Holl ’04 John A. Hutchens ’71 Michael T. Jindra ’19  Richard A. Jones ’68  Max R. Kendall ’68 Gabriele Leonelli ’19  Brian A. Llewellyn ’01 Jason R. Marshall ’17  Justin G. Masri ’18  Dr. Dale F. McKee ’57 Jordan A. Miller ’19  Justin A. Nguyen ’18  Andrew R. Orman ’03 Justin R. Ottino ’19  Robert W. Puma ’98 Nicholas W. Rohan ’63 Dr. William A. Schroeder, Renaissance Alec J. Thatcher-Lomont ’19  Andres A.M. Velazquez ’17  Michael A. Williamson ’66  Dr. James L. Wittenauer ’59  Robert L. Zimmerman ’69 

INDIANA TECH $2,500-$4,999 Paul H. Litcher ’88  $1-$249 Lewis J. Bornmann, Ph.D. ’64  Lawrence E. Bott ’67  Brandan A. Haines ’99  Matthew D. Hart ’13 Logan J. Herald ’18  K. Ross Martin ’19  Kannen Murdock ’17  Richard N. Nott ’67 Ankit Sahay ’12 John A. Sims ’94 Brandon A. Stolte ’14 Adam J. Wood ’11

INDIANA-PURDUE -FT. WAYNE $1-$249 Donald F. Gorney ’86

IOWA $5,000-$9,999 Matthew D. Beck ’90  $2,500-$4,999 Scott A. Schwartz ’93  $600-$1,199 Adam C. Biskner ’02  Eric N. Brush ’91 David R. Persa ’03  $250-$599 Dr. Darin A. Croft ’93 

$1-$249 Robert L. Bauer ’63  Matthew C. Biskner ’97 Ryan C. Braun ’00 Talon J. Hoefer ’19  Jack J. Holmes ’64  Stephen P. Jingst ’78 William R. Jorgensen ’71 Ian Murphy ’16  Obert B. Nelson ’75 

IOWA STATE $50,000-$99,999 Donald D. Drobny ’65  John V. Hanson ’65  $5,000-$9,999 Mark R. Fabere ’80  Jeffrey D. Prouty ’79  $2,500-$4,999 Thomas H. Huston ’51  $1,200-$1,900 Thomas P. Simonson ’95  $600-$1,199 Lt. Anthony P. Callanan, Retired ’63  William R. Grenawalt ’64  $250-$599 Alex T. Kelly ’12 Richard A. Liddy ’57  Donald A. Morris ’78  Commander Robert E. Palmer, USN ’62  Paul L. Peterson ’77  Robert C. Rodert ’60  Bruce A. Thalacker ’64  Todd A. Tierney ’90  $1-$249 Thomas J. Augustine ’11 Clifford R. Boldt ’77  Peter H. Gerdom ’75 Richard S. Grant ’43 Haynes R. Lagerquist ’42  Troy W. Landers ’96 Gary A. Lundgren ’78 Jack F. McGuire ’63  Ryan M. Pirtle ’06  Warren T. Reedy ’61 Artemas R. Roberts ’62 Raymond D. Schwichtenberg ’76  Roger F. Sellew ’59  Harold L. Shellabarger ’56  Eric J. Stroud ’06 Buel A. Williamson, Jr. ’47  Shawn M. Yockey ’06

IOWA WESLEYAN $1-$249 Donald P. Kellar ’51

JACKSONVILLE $1,901-$2,499 Michael K. Brand ’84 

$1,200-$1,900 Christopher J. Sacra ’98  $250-$599 LCDR Omar J. Sanchez ’01  $1-$249 Dan R. Alexander ’83 

JACKSONVILLE STATE $1,200-$1,900 Lt. Col. John D. Hopson ’90  Richard M. Reynolds, II ’06

JAMES MADISON $1,901-$2,499 Richard E. Batten ’83  $250-$599 William W. Polen, Jr. ’78  $1-$249 Clyde E. Findley, Esq. ’77 John G. Gerndt ’82 C. Steven Smith ’71

Captain Ralph L. Chappell, USN ’60 John C. Cross ’84 Joseph R. Gilman, Jr. ’50 James J. Gray ’84  John J. Jones ’63 Wilbur D. Larkin ’55  Dr. Michael J. Meredith ’72 Bill M. Perry ’54 Philip C. Peterson, Sr. ’52  Col. Richard L. Quinn, USA (Ret.) ’65 David M. Simpson ’79  Paul L. Skolaut ’51  Ben D. Smith ’81 Rodd D. Staker ’66  Craig D. Templeton ’81  S. Thomas Wertz ’71 

KANSAS STATE

$2,500-$4,999 Bryan J. Kaminski ’06  $1,901-$2,499 Frederick C. K. Herberich ’91  $1-$249 Dr. John H. Burdakin, Jr. ’74 John C. Catlin, Jr. ’69  Dr. Sterling M. Doubrava, Jr. ’55  William M. Dunbar ’53 David P. Fitzgerald ’79  Dr. Gerald M. Haase ’68 Samuel Jackson ’18  Robert K. Johnston ’68  Dr. Mark A. Klebanoff ’76 Charles P. Lamm ’44  Dr. Mark L. Miller ’77 Russell L. Seelig ’52  John C. Smulian, M.D. ’81  Dr. Robert J. Vergnani ’65 

$5,000-$9,999 Scott G. Averill ’77  Rex E. Garrelts ’68  Gregory A. Pestinger ’86  $2,500-$4,999 Richard D. Shiney ’52  $1,200-$1,900 A. J. Scribante ’56  $250-$599 Dr. Charles E. Wilson, Jr. ’62  $1-$249 Donald L. Brookover ’50  Bruce C. Champlin ’61 Calvin L. Emig ’69  John W. Everett ’79  Milton A. Galyardt, Renaissance Wesley D. Gaston ’91 Phil D. Gilliland ’59  Staley B. McDermet ’66  Glen D. Owen ’71 Wes A. Owens ’85 Steven B. Pendergast ’81  Ronald L. Pfister ’62  Dr. David R. Reynolds ’65  Craig L. Stansberry ’75 Howard E. Teagarden ’43  Stanley N. Woodworth ’75 

KANSAS

KENT STATE

$2,500-$4,999 Stephen L. Young ’80  $1,901-$2,499 Kevin M. Zimmer ’94  $1,200-$1,900 Daniel H. Mudd ’95  Delbert L. Williamson ’60  $600-$1,199 Thomas L. Gray ’77  $250-$599 Benjamin D. Craig, Jr. ’50  $1-$249 Terry F. Caven ’60

$1,200-$1,900 Ara M. Simonetti ’00  $600-$1,199 Bruce E. Fusillo ’70  $250-$599 H. Wayne Anderson ’61  $1-$249 David R. Basler ’00 Lowell B. Davis ’61  Larry E. Holdren ’69 John G. McGreevey ’67 Glenn D. Miller ’59  James R. Miller ’64

JOHN CARROLL $1-$249 Joseph L. McCarthy ’17  Andrew J. Spettel ’18 

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KENTUCKY $1-$249 James R. Deye ’75 Jack A. Kain ’51  Dr. Brad G. Loar ’73 William M. Samuels, Jr. ’51  Roy E. Stone ’50 Lt. Colonel William E. Wilbert ’68  +

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN $1-$249 Joe S. Britton ’91 Steven H. Mack ’79 Rev. Jack C. Robinson, OFM ’75

LA SALLE $1-$249 Michael J. DeFlavia ’96 Peter W. Lafferty ’92

LAMAR $2,500-$4,999 Larry D. Eastepp ’80  $1,200-$1,900 Thomas C. Mays, III ’76  J. Robert McLendon ’64  Joshua L. Stewart ’03  $250-$599 Lance A. Broussard ’97  James G. Crump ’62  Ronald N. Whitehead ’72 $1-$249 Jordan S. Frank ’18  Walter I. Tacquard, III ’72  M. Scott Whitman ’06

LAWRENCE $1-$249 Bradford P. Aspgren ’84 Dr. Herbert S. Ormsbee ’70  Savvas Sfairopoulos ’19 

LAWRENCE TECH $1,901-$2,499 Salvatore A. Moschelli ’00  $250-$599 Austin C. Chapman ’14  Bradley D. Damron ’95 Richard W. Douglas ’15 Brant C. Lyall ’88  Matthew J. Orlando ’88 $1-$249 M. Maaz Anjum ’18  Daniel D. Baker ’09 Jeffrey B. Coates ’10 Vincent J. Daniele ’09

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Pascal J. De Hesselle ’95 Brian J. Eady ’07 Ben J. Ervin ’17  Rodney W. Frank, Renaissance  Mario J. Gagnon ’11 Jamiil M. Gaston ’12 Ryan F. Gilmore ’11  Justin T. Hartsaw ’15 Steven D. Iaquinto ’88 Justin Lee ’14 Joseph P. Leuenberger ’11 Scott D. Lieberman ’95 Dylan C. Masko ’17  Travis D. McCall ’18  Joseph G. Moore ’97 Corbin Patten ’17 Dean A. Perkins, Jr. ’15 Michael J. Pruski ’15 Jimmy Ristic ’94 Matthew W. Schafer ’19  Howard D. Schwager ’83 Steven Z. Szatkowski ’19  P. James Taggart, Jr. ’94  Andrew L. Tucker ’11 Steven J. Vondra, II ’15 Ian A. Williams ’12

LEWIS & CLARK $250-$599 William P. Bessolo ’85  Larry L. Campbell ’53  $1-$249 Richard F. Emery ’66 Captain Gerald A. Hall, USN, Retired ’58  Samuel W. Pratt ’89 

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LEHIGH $1,200-$1,900 RADM Charles R. Kubic, CEC, USN ’72  $600-$1,199 Mitchell E. Goldich ’09  John E. Zollinger, Jr. ’57  $250-$599 Ricardo R. Cohen ’88  $1-$249 Samuel E. Banks ’63  Andrej Branc ’04 Jeffrey A. Brooks ’80  A. Bruce Conlin, Jr. ’49 William C. Cooke ’65  Timothy D. DeVaney ’10 Dr. Edward J. Harrison ’60 Harry P. Hawkes, Jr. ’84  Donald G. Keller ’60  Edwin C. Kercher ’68 Richard J. MacAdams ’46 Joseph W. Powers, Jr. ’67 David A. Thompson, Jr. ’06  Leonard G. West ’58  Theodore G. Widmayer ’58  Wesley L. Winterbottom ’72

LENOIR RHYNE $1-$249 Milton R. Brown ’75 Larry C. Hollar ’66 

LEWIS $1-$249 George A. Carrasco ’79

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LINCOLN MEMORIAL $1-$249 C. Roger Stapleton ’82

LORAS $5,000-$9,999 Thomas A. Barton ’89  $600-$1,199 Daniel E. Moore ’13  $1-$249 Zachary Frett ’17  Thomas R. Godlewski ’16 Patrick J. Higgins ’76 Thomas A. Kaiser ’87 David Lewis ’16  Collin J. Long ’17  Brandon L. Motter ’17 Lincoln E. Steffens ’91 Eric J. Wheaton ’18 

LOUISIANA STATE $2,500-$4,999 Harry L. Belton ’81  $1,200-$1,900 John B. Golson ’05  Seth D. Irby ’11  $600-$1,199 Zachary P. Barilleau ’10  Bradley C. Black, M.D. ’69  Alex W. Grashoff ’14  Nathan J. Irby ’14  Bryan L. Jordan ’69  Tommy A. Lambert ’94  Patrick C. Morrow ’69  R. Benjamin Ross ’03  $250-$599 Paul B. Hanna ’67 Jason J. Light ’98 Charles A. Terrebonne, II ’11 Rev. David J. Tilley ’64 $1-$249 John E. Allen ’65  Dillon P. Angelle ’15 Matthew J. Arrighi ’12 Keith A. Bange ’12  Tim B. Barkley, Jr. ’18  Austin N. Bellamy ’16  Hayden Bigby ’16 Stephen B. Bouanchaud ’13 Bailey L. Brunner ’18  Alexander M. Cagnola ’14 Cortland R. Cicardo ’15 Joseph M. Curry ’11

Troy F. Davis ’09 Christopher J. Dedo ’17  Grant E. Dobard ’19  Ryan P. Downey ’18  Patrick L. Downs ’04 John B. Draper ’08 Jerry L. Exner ’74 George A. Gentry, Jr. ’67 P. Carl Gerhardt, III ’15  W. Chase Gore ’14 Thomas W. Gralapp ’18  Adam J. Grashoff ’16  Jack F. Griffin ’20  Michael L. Ham ’19  Christopher H. Hester ’05 Matthew R. Hindelang ’15 Larry G. Hodge ’63 Taylor D. Holley ’13 Jacob L. Johnson ’08 Daniel P. Kiggans ’15 Kyle J. Knobloch ’14 Jordan A. Kozar ’19  Christopher A. Kuna ’08  Patrick J. A. Laborde ’09 Christopher A. Lebeuf ’07 Wendel J. Lechtenberg, Jr. ’69  Andrew S. Leonpacher ’12 John M. Machovec ’69  William C. MacNaughton ’69 Raoul J. Manalac ’07 Jeremy T. Mannino ’13 Justin T. Mannino ’10 Randy J. Marse, Jr. ’08 Shane C.T. Martin ’19  Michael C. Melerine ’10 Cameron S. Miller ’13 Timothy A. Mixson ’19  Corey M. Moss ’19  Patrick Murchison ’13 Robert W. Nance ’63 Beau B. Navarre ’18  Liam B. Norton ’19  E. Hunter Patin ’12 Russell L. Payne ’63 Teddy D. Price ’19  P. Andrew Rabalais ’14 M. Cade Ramagos ’18  Christopher D. Richardson ’13 Jordan B. Riggs, Jr. ’19  Carey R. Roberts ’19 Jeffrey N. Sanders ’19  Michael R. Schmidt ’19  J. Connor Scripture ’19  Richard R. Stephens, III ’18  Scott L. Sternberg ’06 Austin L. Terrell ’19  Nicholas K. Tolson ’05 Colin Vavrik ’19  Guy H. Watkins, V ’10 Briggs M. Welch ’15 Gerard J. Zimmerman, III ’13

LOUISVILLE $1,200-$1,900 William W. Simmons ’14  $1-$249 Michael S. Berger ’86 Sheldon Burks ’17  Kevin Chesser ’17  Colin S. Dodd ’11 Parker T. Howard ’17  Phil Masarik ’17  Zachariah P. Pfeifer ’11

LOYOLA $250-$599 Louis C. Kievit ’91  $1-$249 William S. Hydrick ’85 

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT $2,500-$4,999 Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D., MBA ’00  $1-$249 Raymond A. Crosby ’06  Father William Fulco, S.J., Ph.D., Renaissance

LYNCHBURG $1,200-$1,900 Jamar M. Hawkins ’04  $1-$249 Peter H. Davies ’08

MAINE $2,500-$4,999 Shawn McKenna ’77  $1,901-$2,499 Matthew C. Rodrigue ’04  $600-$1,199 Jay J. Brunetti ’92  $250-$599 Douglas R. Johnson ’48  Richard J. Marcel ’69  $1-$249 Kevin P. Bois ’17  Henry H. Brodersen ’56  Isiah J.A. Brown ’18  Jordan T. Carr ’15  Charles J. Carter, Jr. ’72 Stephen P. Cary, D.M.D. ’72 George N. Cemodanovs ’68 Commander Robert J. Degon, Retired ’66  Jonathan C. Deschaine ’15  Paul S. Ferguson ’60 Edward L. Gonnella, Jr. ’17  Lt. Colonel Richard S. Hawkins, MBA ’56 David L. Hersom ’15  Patrick O. Irish ’17  John S. Kaczowka ’83  George L. Kimball ’65 Walter F. Lazarz ’10

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Joseph M. Lupsha ’50 Kody A. Price ’15  Robert A. Richter ’50 Cody J. Rubner ’15  Gene D. Sawin ’52  James V. Tammaro ’73 Erlon S. Varney ’55 

MASSACHUSETTS

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MARIST $1-$249 Craig T. Gloede ’91

MARQUETTE $250-$599 Kyle G. Whelton ’15 $1-$249 Aaron J. Ledesma ’14 Joseph W. Mehlhaff ’17 Alexander J. St. Peter ’13 Gregg F. Stewart ’83

MARSHALL $250-$599 David R. Hereford, II ’86 $1-$249 John S. Anderson ’63 W. Garner Callaway ’56 Ezra H. Cochran, Jr. ’51  Thomas M. Hensley, Jr. ’70  Noah R. Henson ’04 Kirby B. Martin, Jr. ’66 Daun A. Pace ’55 Donald E. Rockhold ’68  Sheldon F. Roush ’66 Jack L. Selby ’63  Clark D. Todd, Jr. ’63

MARYLANDCOLLEGE PARK $1,901-$2,499 William A. Rogers ’54  $1,200-$1,900 Jason M. St. John ’94  $600-$1,199 Joseph M. Toth ’14  $250-$599 Andrew W. Buder ’10 $1-$249 James G. Batson, Jr. ’56 J. Stanton Boteler ’59  Edward T. Dodd ’66  Ken Grossman ’13 William R. Hahn, Jr. ’69 Myles P. Hungerford ’06 John B. Kincaid ’65 Michael J. Kovach, II ’69 Martin F. McAlwee ’65 Paul Nisenson ’11 Mark N. Rabinowitz ’05 Stephen E. Rohrbaugh ’66  Dr. R. Gary Roop ’51 Zachary Rubin ’12 Daniel Rudolf ’06 +

$600-$1,199 Trevor Bullard ’12  Matthew J. Kapszukiewicz ’95  Joseph O. Lavoie, Jr. ’08  Hernan Picalomino ’01 $250-$599 Sean P. McDavitt ’12 $1-$249 Bilal Abdul Nabi ’18  Austin Bradley ’19  Victor P. Buonfiglio ’19  Donald J. Buss ’51 Andrew Cheung ’18  Scott L. S. K. Chun ’92 Justin Cordero ’18  Derek Crowe ’19  David C. Dwinells ’18  George B. Estrella ’56 Matthew D. Fox ’07 Victor J. Gangi ’92 Geoffrey M. Greeley ’17  David N. Levine ’97 Ross D. Levithan ’18  Kevin Li ’18  Alfred W. McKinstry ’51 Michael L. Melda ’19  Thomas Phillips ’19  Nicholson S. Reed ’03  Makenzie W. Schwartz ’18  Herbert H. Sievers ’52  Hector Silva ’18  Adam P. Tellier ’17  Tucker Touchette ’18  Alexander J. van Roon ’18  Jared Weiner ’19 

MEMPHIS $10,000-$24,999 Patrick W. Lawler ’77  $1,200-$1,900 Michael C. Williams ’69  $600-$1,199 John M. Blose ’75  $250-$599 Gregory D. Allen ’08 Jason D. Richards, III ’97  K. Wade Stack ’05  Sam P. Strantz ’08 $1-$249 William Fred Dodson ’56  Ted B. Donaldson ’77  Jake Farley ’19  Michael C. Graves ’78 John R. Harrison ’17  Ralph Hayes, Jr. ’59  David B. Hightower ’73 Frank C. Holloman, III ’93 Andrew L. Lilley ’54 Senator James R. McNally ’66

Charles D. Neal ’97 Colonel James T. Reeves ’71 James E. Rudolph ’01 W. Trey Stafford, III ’17  Randy W. Tingle ’74 Theodore C. Watts ’64

MEMPHIS LAMBUTH $250-$599 Steve D. Daniels ’78  Daniel B. Overheim ’13 $1-$249 Michael E. Godwin ’70 Richard A. Muller ’74 Malcolm R. Pressgrove ’77  Robert K. Stewart ’08

MIAMI (FLORIDA) $2,500-$4,999 Fred E. Karlinsky ’89  $1,901-$2,499 Roger A. Mermelstein ’87  $1,200-$1,900 David J. Kohl ’87  Brian P. Tahmoush ’90  $600-$1,199 Marc N. Weissbach ’90  $250-$599 Jose F. Diaz ’02 Jorge A. Gonzalez, Jr. ’91 Douglas M. Voss ’69  $1-$249 Eric H. Beck ’92 Richard G. Daul ’64 John P. Dorow ’64 Robert W. Dowling ’70  Thomas H. English ’73 Dr. Stuart P. Howell, Jr. ’50  Philip H. Josephson ’91 Steven M. Plotkin ’71  George K. Salt ’50 Dennis J. Scott ’72 Francisco A. Torres ’90

MIAMI (OHIO) $10,000-$24,999 Richard A. Puzzitiello, Sr. ’61  $1,200-$1,900 Joseph H. Etter ’73  $1-$249 Timothy J. Atkinson ’78 Leonard P. Bailey, Jr. ’60 Colonel John H. Barnhart ’64  Emerson L. Brown ’53  Mark J. Durket ’76 William W. Greer ’81  R. Daniel Hannon, III ’03 Mark S. Hayward ’86 Joseph M. Hornsby ’06 Thomas H. Lameier ’54 Edmund Lis ’51  A. Neal McCaskey ’52 


MICHIGAN STATE

Peter O. McKown ’80  Donald W. Ousley ’62 James R. Shenk ’71  Andrew D. Thomas ’64 Jack W. Wert ’65

MICHIGAN $25,000-$49,999 James C. Park ’59  Donald A. Tennyson ’48  $10,000-$24,999 Stuart D. Porter ’87  Gary L. Verplank ’63  $5,000-$9,999 Gene J. Gilmore ’52  John D. Sills ’56  $2,500-$4,999 Frederick J. Auch ’51  John J. Kapusky ’69  Robert J. Vizas ’68  $1,901-$2,499 Timothy Hodes ’07  John B. Monaghan ’65  $600-$1,199 David U. Cookson, M.D. ’53 Peter A. Doerr ’84  Lawrence R. Donaldson ’61  Jacob W. Haas ’71  Edward C. Hathaway ’64  William J. Marcoux ’49  John A. Secrist, III, Ph.D. ’68  Arik A. Sherk ’81  Benjamin F. Sloat ’49  $250-$599 Dillon T. Berg ’08  Ethan J. Cohen ’11 Scott A. Cohen ’06  Samuel A. Garfinkel ’08  Kim D. Glaspie, Renaissance  Christopher M. Hankinson ’07  Christopher S. Plumb ’03  Alexander M. Ras ’02 Joseph D. Wagner ’03  Byron L. West ’56  $1-$249 John F. Bednarski ’84 Bruce D. Davis, Jr. ’79 Stephen C. DeBrock ’58  Jeffrey J. Dulzo ’81 William L. Gebo ’66  Allen B. Hardenbrook ’47  Roger E. Maugh ’54  Rev. Joseph C. Neiman ’60 Robert G. Nichols ’53  Captain Robert E. Oldani, USN (Ret.) ’80  David A. Pampu ’62 F. Jay Schoettley ’56 Thomas G. Tepas ’68  Ian C. Wild ’84  +

$250-$599 Rex A. Voorheis ’83  $1-$249 Steven J. Frisbie ’63  Michael A. Gebo ’95 Jon-David Gryzlo ’97 Kevin M. Hole ’90  William N. Jones ’65 Erin D. Mullally ’99  Lonn W. Myers ’68 Michael G. Pease ’89  John M. Spencer ’68 Robert L. Vogelsang ’60

MICHIGAN TECH $5,000-$9,999 Kevin A. Maguire ’83  $250-$599 John M. Kennedy, Jr. ’83  John E. Streich ’80 $1-$249 Jeffrey C. Decker ’09 Richard H. Hammar ’65 Michael D. Hoffman ’93 Richard G. Kovach ’66  James D. Maltese ’12 Mark D. Mays ’87  Matthew W. Nowak ’88  Craig A. Pollock ’80  William M. Price ’81 Bruce L. Rossman ’79 Philip J. Schmitigal ’85  Steven T. Sylvester ’80 Paul S. Toth ’00 Peter J. van der Hagen ’09 Dean L. Woodbeck ’78  James K. Wrobleski ’83

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE $1,200-$1,900 Stephen C. Valente ’96  $1-$249 Corbyn B. Payne ’12

MIDDLEBURY $1-$249 G.L. Cabot Henderson ’73 

MINNESOTA $5,000-$9,999 David M. McLaughlin ’92  $2,500-$4,999 Todd E. Johns ’98  $1,200-$1,900 Jeffrey J. Somrock ’05  $600-$1,199 Anthony D. Wagner ’95  $1-$249 Linley A. Barnes ’58  Daniel P. Hogan ’02 Judd T. Nystrom ’95 

Parker H. Olson ’18  Jason C. Somrock ’02  Daniel C. Swendsen ’12 Ross D. Thomas ’09

MISSISSIPPI $600-$1,199 Kenneth B. Rector ’74  $1-$249 William M. Bunting, Jr. ’00 William H. Caulfield, II ’76  Mr. & Mrs. Wallace E. Davenport ’55 

MISSISSIPPI STATE $1,200-$1,900 Kevin L. J. Kassner ’82  $600-$1,199 William P. Kirkpatrick ’92  $250-$599 Dr. Robert L. Qualls ’54  $1-$249 Donald B. Stormo ’70

MISSOURI $5,000-$9,999 J. Gregory Keller ’86  $1,200-$1,900 John W. Hartman ’61  $600-$1,199 Richard R. Aubuchon ’68  John F. Hefele ’70 $250-$599 Edward C. Clausen ’84  Michael J. Delaney ’71 Steven K. Million ’70 Karl L. Perrey ’85  Mark A. Schordock ’84  $1-$249 John W. Barton ’63  Lt. Col. Gerald H. Buchanan, Retired ’54  Captain Robert H. Grose, USN ’54  Thomas W. Heithaus ’67 David V. LaRusso ’76 John M. Morris ’68  Major H. Sloan Oliver, Retired ’78  Payton S. Sanders ’18  Perrin B. Stifel ’67 Howard R. Woosley, D.D.S. ’51 +

MISSOURI S&T $25,000-$49,999 Michael D. Hurst ’74  $10,000-$24,999 Richard A. Hallahan, Jr. ’62  $600-$1,199 Riley S. Mieth ’08  $250-$599 Edwin C. Bailey, Jr., Renaissance

Brett P. Goodman ’93  Donald A. Richards, Jr. ’96  Michael D. Smith ’65  Stephen M. Thies ’72  Joshua A. Wilmes ’11 $1-$249 Roland T. Albrecht ’70  Brian P. Bakala ’08 Major Steven M. Beattie, II, USAF ’95 David K. Denner ’76  Paul D. Griffin ’65  Joseph E. Grimm ’70 Myron J. Grubaugh ’78  Stephen D. Hagen ’89  Michael C. Kearney, Sr. ’61  Michael R. Lyons ’88  Ronald E. Marschel ’56 Vincent J. Murphy ’79 Larry J. Oliver ’69 Melvin N. Pohlman, Jr. ’74 Robert C. Putz ’64  Kenneth A. Robb ’65  Dale J. Schillinger ’56 Steven E. Schlueter ’73  Cory L. Smith ’70  Kellen C. Steagall ’18  Derek M. Steinbach ’18  Jacob C. Thebeau ’18  Brent L. Thompson ’75 John L. Welte ’72 Paul J. Wesling ’91 Logan M. Wilcox ’19  Raymond R. Zesch ’70 

MISSOURI STATE $600-$1,199 William B. Moskoff ’65  $250-$599 Matthew E. Gieseking ’83 Charles R. Heineman ’73  $1-$249 Michael B. Barnett ’07 Dr. C. David Billings ’65 Dennis J. Fitzgerald ’75  Dr. Larry E. Fletcher ’65 Fred W. Fulton ’71 Terry F. Hilton ’70

Philip Bugnacki ’78 James M. Carr ’78  Scott S. Chilton ’08 Andrew D. Fately ’80  Norman T. R. Heathorn ’57  Richard P. Kuntz ’79 Richard G. McGrath, Jr. ’90 Clifford E. McLain ’53 Jerry H. Morrison ’77 Daniel W. Pugh ’89  Nicholas A. Strakhov ’59

MONMOUTH $5,000-$9,999 Bradley C. Nahrstadt ’89  $1,200-$1,900 William K. Komperda ’81  $600-$1,199 Eric G. Ealy ’86  William J. Goldsborough ’65  $250-$599 Roy J. Sye ’13 $1-$249 Patrick B. Crawford ’15  Samuel E. Dummer ’18  Jack G. Godlewski ’19  Gavin N. Halpin ’12 Neal R. Hosper ’15  Richard A. Johnson ’70 Kenneth H. Knox ’62 Major Leon A. Kraut, USAF, Retired ’67  Jeffrey G. Long ’05 Gerald A. Parsons ’61 Thomas A. Sargent, Ph.D. ’85 Major Ricky L. Simmons ’88 James L. Ulrich ’94

MONTANA $250-$599 Mitchell S. Gagos ’78  $1-$249 Braden D. Fitzgerald ’18  Evan L. Fossen ’16  Colonel John G. Griffith, Jr. ’62 Benjamin Hickey ’19  Wayne C. Hovey ’61 Alex Schofield ’19 

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY

MONTANA STATE

$1-$249 Andrew Bonci, Jr. ’18  Daniel S. Jarrett ’14 Dennis R. Painter ’78

$1,200-$1,900 Dr. William J. Schell, IV ’97  $250-$599 Riley D. Shearer ’16 $1-$249 George D. Arnett ’66  Dr. Brian D. Kassar, Renaissance Ronald M. Murphy ’84 Lt. Colonel Donald A. Peterson, Retired ’66  Corey S. Schmidt ’14

MIT $250-$599 Dr. Andrew S. Clare ’08 T. Wayne Dodgen ’79  Dr. John P. Kotter ’68  $1-$249 George C. Allen, Jr. ’70 Gregory S. Bettinger ’91

MORAVIAN

NEBRASKA

NEVADA-RENO

$1,200-$1,900 Brian J. Corvino ’02 

$10,000-$24,999 Mark W. Davis ’90  $1,901-$2,499 Kyle W. Arganbright ’04  $1,200-$1,900 Kurt T. Phares ’79  Scott A. Schmidt ’82  $600-$1,199 Stephen T. Steiner ’81  Zachary W. Stull ’14  $250-$599 Michael J. Choutka ’91  Timothy A. Hoshor ’81 Charles E. Schuster ’75  $1-$249 Todd S. Adams ’78  Richard L. Anders ’63 Raymond D. Anderson, III ’88 Corey J. Archer ’18  Donald L. Byrnes ’64 Jeffrey D. Dowling, M.D. ’81  Dr. James N. Farris ’53 Kenneth E. Fowler ’48  Colonel Samuel F. Hatfield, Jr. ’67 Tyler J. Kallman ’17  Chase R. Kimberling ’18  Kevin J. Knudson ’15 Harold R. Mack ’76 Matthew D. Pederson ’10 Robert C. Phares ’76 Dr. George H. Schlothauer ’66 Thomas C. Smith ’68  Dr. Duane E. Wade ’92 Joseph J. Zach ’18 

$250-$599 Michael D. McDowell ’03 $1-$249 David J. Bradfield ’05 J. Douglas Buchanan, Esq. ’63 Matthew J. Dutcher ’19  Thomas J. Green ’16  Matthew C. McKnight ’07 Jakob M. Thomas ’13

MOREHEAD STATE $2,500-$4,999 Todd A. Stewart ’87  $1,200-$1,900 Samuel D. Ruble ’80  $250-$599 James C. Foster, Renaissance  Christopher A. Haid ’77 William L. Phelps, Renaissance  $1-$249 Andrew Gillette ’15  Norman L. Loos, Renaissance Dr. Jason W. Marion ’04 Randy K. Roberts ’72 E. Gerome Stephens ’01

MORNINGSIDE $1-$249 Larry Hassebroek ’65 John J. Prast ’65 

MUHLENBERG $250-$599 Glenn A. Deibert ’68  W. Russell Koerwer ’68  Dr. Paul G. Preuss ’63  $1-$249 Harold L. Baty ’69  David A. Detwiler ’72 David C. Fry ’64  Richard R. Grimm ’60  Roy H. Kehm ’50  David O. Krantz ’83  Donald L. Kuhnsman ’48  Charles W. Morgan, Jr. ’50 Colonel David W. Shoemaker, Jr. ’69  John K. Snow ’87 Mark P. Werrell ’76

MURRAY STATE $5,000-$9,999 Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D. ’70  $1,200-$1,900 Travis B. Taylor ’11  $1-$249 Brent E. Babb ’88 Kevin R. Brost ’13 Lt. Colonel Steven C. Darnall ’76  Ray E. Henderson ’70 Michael R. Quinn ’88  Adam W. Seiber ’02 

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY +

$1-$249 Peter G. Kotsiopulos ’70  Brody D. McKnight ’19  Mick D. Wise ’72

NEBRASKA-OMAHA $1,200-$1,900 William F. Davis ’54  Robert A. Pedersen ’71  $600-$1,199 Bret M. Harrell ’12  $1-$249 Kevin J. Foral ’01 Phillip Foster ’13 Scott T. Hinkel ’11 Jonathan M. Ingram ’16  Zachary J. Maxwell ’04 Terrence W. Olsen ’62 Robert H. Rasgorshek, Jr. ’58 Thomas A. Sackett ’84 Scott M. Sandstrom ’08 Thomas R. Thomsen ’58

NEW HAMPSHIRE $600-$1,199 Michael J. Catudal ’09  $250-$599 Philip B. Doherty ’86 $1-$249 Adam E. Kornfeld ’86

NEW MEXICO $1,200-$1,900 John D. Wilson ’86  $250-$599 Kevin A. Otero ’87  $1-$249 John F. Dalby ’72  Michael A. Harris ’64

NEW MEXICO STATE $1,200-$1,900 Robert A. Morris ’94  C. Bobby A. Quintana ’92

NORTH CAROLINA $600-$1,199 D. Elwood Clinard, Jr. ’51  $250-$599 Michael D. Gooden, M.D. ’69  Stephen O. Leonard ’76  $1-$249 Henry G. Absher ’62  Walter A. Holt, Jr., RPA, FMA ’77 The Honorable Robert C. Hunter ’66  Thomas L. Norris, Jr. ’55  Earl L. Owens ’71 W. Daniel Pate ’71  William J. Rendleman, Jr. ’73  H. Duane Tolan ’74 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE $10,000-$24,999 W. H. Clark ’56  $5,000-$9,999 Jeffrey R. Garwood ’84  $2,500-$4,999 Joseph C. Hines ’91  Carlos R. Williams, Jr. ’65  Kerrick R. Wilson ’92  $1,901-$2,499 Dexter W. Morgan, III ’92 

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$1,200-$1,900 Billy D. Maddalon ’90  $600-$1,199 Jeffrey T. Horan ’11  $250-$599 Douglas K. Bratton ’81  Christopher H. Collins ’14 Richard L. Gray ’70  $1-$249 Jonathan W. Alley ’03 Raymond A. Bryan, III ’79  Gregory P. Burnett ’00 Lyn B. Conger ’82  Andrew Creech ’19  J. Neal Creech, Jr. ’93 Douglas W. Curtis ’69  John T. Duncan, Jr. ’71  Charlie D. Gray ’17 Dr. Gary A. Ludi ’74  George A. Moretz ’64  Ralston M. Pound, Jr. ’42 Coleman R. Rich ’76  Jeffrey R. Setser ’84 Andrew W. Smith ’83  Charles C. Thompson ’68  Richard K. Worsley ’48 

NORTH CAROLINACHARLOTTE $1-$249 Benjamin M. Coy ’15  William R. Hutaff ’78  W. Travis Mangum ’76 Alex H. Mills, Jr. ’82 B. Alan Readling, Jr. ’05 Scott E. Van Vooren ’94

NORTH DAKOTA $1,901-$2,499 Jeremy A. Orn ’05  Dave J. Tobac ’96  $1,200-$1,900 Matthew M. Hillerud ’04  $600-$1,199 Dr. Donald L. Piper, Renaissance  $250-$599 Mark A. Christensen ’95  Ryan D. Fegley ’05 Andrew B. Taylor ’98  Kellen R. Utecht ’05 $1-$249 Christopher M. Ahrens ’06 Ryan S. Bang ’18  Jeffrey D. Baumgartner ’09 Mark Becker ’12 Justin R. Curtis ’99 Logan M. Fletcher ’12 Kevin C. Gabriel ’17  Brett T. Gillund ’19  Michael J. Little ’09 Phillip R. Lyrek ’17  Andrew R. Mau ’07

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Michael P. McCarthy ’18  Nicholas G. Sandbulte ’18  Conner Sander ’18  Brian A. Shawn ’02 Brady J. Storhaug ’00  Nicholas P. Wangler ’04

$1-$249 Michael E. Heene ’18  Timothy M. Hogan ’75  Osborne J. Johnson, Jr. ’88 Samuel D. Paulson ’18  Tim C. Tokars ’13

$1-$249 William F. Kobin ’18  Jeffrey W. Mason ’98  Michael A. Wasylik ’92  Maximilian A. Zoia ’18 

NORTH TEXAS

NORTHERN IOWA

$2,500-$4,999 C. Dean Davis ’52  Glenn A. Ezell ’87   $1,200-$1,900 Bryan B. Marsh, III ’81  Duffy S. Oyster ’69  Timothy W. Williams ’91  $600-$1,199 Robert C. Connor ’64  $250-$599 Sean P. Craft ’95  Jay F. Lombardo ’86  Dr. Aubrey H. Polser, Jr. ’65  Gary M. Shultz ’65  $1-$249 Sam V. Akins ’54  William T. Anderson ’70  William R. Blakemore ’66 Cody Frye ’17  Tommy J. Hodges ’57  Alex W. Lorenz ’86 Howard G. Moore ’69 James G. Morris ’70 Joseph K. Poston ’18  Guy W. Willis ’71 

$1,901-$2,499 Christopher V. Anderson ’94  Chad J. Ellsworth ’95  $1,200-$1,900 Joel C. Anderson ’12  David J. Weber ’07  $250-$599 Dr. Jonathan S. Burns ’00 Adam J. Haselhuhn ’11 Carson M. Hattel ’03  Michael T. Prahl, Renaissance  Kofi K. Sam, Renaissance Nicholas G. Sibenaller ’10 $1-$249 Paul Andersen ’16 Justin D. Davie ’02 David W. Friederichs ’00  James C. Gulley ’10 Steven Hodges ’19  Jason P. Hutcheson ’04 Cody McLees ’15  Joseph M. Mooney ’02 Seth R. Nieuwenhuis ’00  Logan Pierce ’19  Jared V. Riter ’18  Andrew Stensland ’19  Alex Stepanek ’16  Robert C. Streich ’99

$1-$249 Dominic Caradonna ’87

NORTHEASTERN $1,200-$1,900 Christopher P. Lynch ’07  $600-$1,199 Patrick T. Murphy ’10  $250-$599 Grant C. Eastman ’11 $1-$249 Max Greb ’15 Andrew S. Lattimer ’94

NORTHERN ARIZONA $1,200-$1,900 Herbert H. Bullock ’78  $1-$249 Neal R. Bailey ’91  Clayton L. Barnes ’08

$250-$599 John E. Bayliff ’58  $1-$249 Donald A. Cope ’52 Robert W. Lambert, M.D. ’82  J. Scott Miller ’72  Joshua Purtee ’17  Robert B. Storts ’60

$5,000-$9,999 Donald W. Hudler ’56  $250-$599 Vincent A. Donofrio ’14 C. Dean McGowan ’83  Ronald K. Snider ’67  $1-$249 Kevin Alkins ’18  Michael Blatchford ’18  Jackson Brownstein ’19  Robert B. Gibson ’65 George R. Gunn ’78 Brandon Henderson ’16  Roger B. Ingles ’14 Zachary A. Katona ’17  Stephen C. McGrath ’18  James K. Meinershagen ’64 Jake C. Miller ’14 John E. Moats, M.D. ’57  Normand W. Noblet ’53 Joshua Pyles ’17  Trevor Ray ’18  Brady Roesch ’19  Daryl D. Ruehle ’62  Richard D. Schaeffer, Sr. ’51  Paul R. Simmons, Renaissance  Commander Michael H. Spencer ’73 Jacob Volbers ’18  Reich L. Watterson, Jr., M.D. ’48 Waldon R. Weber ’56 Andrew Wigham ’17 

$1,901-$2,499 Max Gorden ’20  Gabriel Hirsh ’15  $1-$249 Robert K. Gansel ’58  Daniel G. Paulus ’99 

OHIO

OHIO STATE $1,901-$2,499 R. Scott Dudis ’09  $1,200-$1,900 Brent J. Osborn ’09  $600-$1,199 Michael B. Clark ’91  Ryan C. Dressler ’08  Sean A. Mittelman ’09  Scott W. Phillips, Jr. ’05  Michael D. Repasky ’08  $250-$599 Robert D. Jennings ’85  $1-$249 Lawrence E. Bechler ’72  Ryan M. Bixler ’16 Carl H. Bloecher, IV ’17  Brian D. Buchholz ’92 David A. Corrigan ’11 Matthew J. Davis ’17  Michael E. Deegan ’66 Connor C. Foster ’16  Anthony J. Frisby ’86 Austin Gewecke ’18  Dr. James V. Griesen ’63 

NORTHWEST MISSOURI

$600-$1,199 Steven G. Garner ’83  $250-$599 Frank E. Woodin ’03

$1,200-$1,900 Cory S. Gerdes ’92 

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OHIO WESLEYAN

NYU

$2,500-$4,999 Mark S. Krzywonos ’84  $600-$1,199 David A. Stetter ’08  $1-$249 Gage M. Ammons ’16  Nick J. Garcia ’16  Adam M. Hambrick ’17  Justin T. McKnight ’17  Alexander C. Vest ’18 

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

$1-$249 Tilman M. Bishop ’56 William L. Chadima ’77 William L. Ott ’59 

OHIO NORTHERN

NORTHWOOD

NORTHERN KENTUCKY

$1,200-$1,900 Les M. Hinmon ’84  Brent E. Johnson ’84  Michael A. Wolbert ’94  $250-$599 Brett T. Graves ’02  $1-$249 Dr. John N. Murray ’94

NORTHERN COLORADO

$250-$599 Gregory D. Pearson ’94  $1-$249 Grant V. Hesser ’69  Dr. Paul E. Kulik ’71 M. Casey McLaughlin ’02 Jeffrey M. Sergi ’95 John C. Torrence ’72

John R. Heinmiller ’16  C. DeVere Johnson, Renaissance Bryan King ’17  Jacob T. Kreinbrink ’19  Jacob S. Mason ’19  Sean T. McGue ’16  Daniel L. Miller ’72 Tyler Moore ’16  Henry J. Moseley ’19  Kenton R. Reason ’17  Mark M. Reilley ’87 Raymond M. Roop ’65 Dalton B. Rowell ’18  Robin A. Schmidt ’56 Maxwell R. Scurlock ’17  Ryan T. Shaw ’16  Rodger P. Soeldner ’70 Michael E. Spangler ’18  Anthony J. Tenuta ’17  Michael A. Tranovich ’71  Joshua N. Vargo ’19  Christopher L. Wald ’12 Richard M. Walters ’57  Ethan J. Warner ’18  Douglas A. Wemmer, M.D. ’71 

NORTHWESTERN

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through the Sigma Phi Epsilon Education Foundation between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016

Mark R. Zunkiewicz ’00

Willis E. Speece ’50 

OKLAHOMA

OLD DOMINION

$100,000-$249,999 Michael S. McConnell ’82  $25,000-$49,999 Russell L. Bates ’87  Jeffrey B. Farris ’90  Mark R. McConnell ’86  Richard W. Scheer ’89  Christopher S. Sinclair ’89  $10,000-$24,999 Charles C. Carmichael ’79  Wade B. Huckabay ’87  M. Rich Wager ’73  $5,000-$9,999 Marc A. Ganz ’83  David M. Poarch ’83  Douglas G. Summers ’78  $1,901-$2,499 Bryan M. Burke ’94  Todd A. Estes ’86  $1,200-$1,900 F. Andy Fugitt ’80  $600-$1,199 Rev. Raymond K. Ackerman ’77  C. Matthew Thornton ’91  $250-$599 Christopher J. F. Crotts ’99  Gregory W. Curry ’83  John E. Lacy, Jr. ’60 Michael J. Transue ’66  $1-$249 Robert D. Allen ’53 Robert G. Denison ’58  Frank E. Heaston ’49  F. Lovell McMillin ’58 R. Donald Thoes ’53 Lawrence K. Van Hoose ’76

$250-$599 Shawn D. Esterson ’05

W. Patrick Kurz ’70  William A. MacFarlane, C.M.C. ’66  David A. Neff ’69  Terry R. Weiss ’64

OREGON

PENNSYLVANIA

$1,200-$1,900 Mark D. Wenrick ’96  $600-$1,199 Robert A. Gray ’54  Todd A. Ruberg ’82  $250-$599 Donald A. Boyd ’59 Sigmund F. Lindley ’85  Stuart B. Redsun ’87 $1-$249 Richard Allen, M.D. ’58  Dr. Juris Cilnis ’57  Brian K. Clifford ’12 Thomas J. Cowling ’60 Kyle H. Davies ’19  Allen L. Gummer ’58  Merton L. Meeker, Jr. ’51 Dr. Darrell M. Miller ’64 Marcus C. Wulf ’64 

$1,901-$2,499 Douglas S. Roberts ’83  $250-$599 David E. Callahan ’60  Brett R. Danko ’90  David L. Lloyd, Jr. ’74  Anthony N. Mishik, M.D. ’79 Richard B. Thompson, M.D. ’94  $1-$249 Andrew B. Brody ’88  Earl C. Conway ’54  Conrad J. Eberstein ’65  Michael A. Fernando ’13 David L. S. Ffrench ’51 Timothy E. Games ’84  Timothy A. Garvey, M.D. ’80  P. Clarke Glennon ’55  Henry F. Guckes ’61 Andrew S. Hua ’92  Jeffrey R. Lehman ’72  Terry N. Rahmeier ’64 William A. Schilling ’03 Daniel H. Van Winkle ’62 Steven M. Widerman ’74 Timothy R. Wilson ’87

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OKLAHOMA CITY $1-$249 Captain A. Howard Allnutt ’54 

OKLAHOMA STATE $10,000-$24,999 Jeffery C. Linihan ’85  $5,000-$9,999 Michael D. Bolick ’69  James D. McKellar, Jr. ’67  James T. Winslow ’57  H. Smith Wycoff ’61  $2,500-$4,999 Neal T. Seidle ’62  $1,200-$1,900 Kyle M. Anthony ’18   $600-$1,199 Frank W. Lewis, III ’08 $1-$249 Ronald A. Johnson ’54 J. William Love, Jr. ’49  Charles O. Riddle ’73

OREGON STATE $10,000-$24,999 Wayne R. Ericksen ’58  Sean P. Walker ’05  $1,200-$1,900 Kenneth S. Maddox ’75  $600-$1,199 Thane R. Brown ’61  $250-$599 Michael R. Fraser, Jr. ’96 John A. Goesling ’67  Michael J. Powers ’07  $1-$249 James H. Colburn ’55 Michael G. Cowgill ’75  Daniel T. Cushing ’13 Dr. Ronald H. Engebrecht ’56 Charles L. Fritz ’58  James B. Harbolt ’84  Jeffrey A. Malkasian ’91  Gene M. Milbrath ’63  Andrew D. Moen ’99  Lt. Colonel Dana K. Murton ’56  Michael S. Newgard ’07 Jamison L. Shields ’17  John A. Talbott ’49  Eric H. Warninghoff ’96  Benjamin R. Whiteley ’51  Donald L. Wimer ’53 The Honorable Frank J. Yraguen ’62

PARSONS $1-$249 Scott A. Keener ’74 

PENNSYLVANIA STATE $5,000-$9,999 Seth B. Surnamer ’88  $1,901-$2,499 Ari M. Rosenbaum ’91  $600-$1,199 Lawrence J. Biacchi ’89  Joseph R. Palmieri ’92  $1-$249 Scott B. Clark ’87 Matthew G. Donner ’91 David H. Harth ’01 C. Gibson Hertler ’57 Terry L. Katz ’81  Raymond Leahey ’61  Allan P. LeChard ’55  Harry L. Oyler ’41  Richard S. Piper ’51 Robert D. Rose ’80 Ronal Roth ’61 Dean A. Yaukey ’86

PEPPERDINE $2,500-$4,999 Frank T. Ko ’97  $1,200-$1,900 David O. Chang ’04  $250-$599 Matthew D. Hubbell ’07


$1,901-$2,499 John A. Porreca ’71  $1,200-$1,900 David F. Greenberg ’84  $1-$249 Paul R. Buckwalter ’66  Gordon C. Miller ’67 Fredrick E. Wynne ’65

Dr. Richard R. Mitchell ’60  James H. Muehlbauer ’63  Major Jarod N. Overton, USMC ’00 William L. Reel ’52 W. Dennis Schultz ’68 Stephen P. Skillman ’75 Dale M. Smith ’76 E. Dana Smith, Jr. ’66  Raymond S. Stephens ’49 Richard F. Trowbridge ’59  Lawrence K. Volland ’63  Frank L. Wellwerts ’61 Byron H. White ’64

Stephen S. Litchfield ’68 Christopher J. Markum ’17  Justin R. Martin ’18  Sean P. McGuigan ’95 Joseph T. Noel ’18  Richard W. Page ’58 Drake C. Perrior-Small ’17  Peter B. Perry ’57  Edward J. Rockwood, M.D. ’76 Richard B. Stevens ’80 Peter A. Vanderminden ’78 Evan J. Vengen ’19  Kenneth Wexler ’17  Christopher D. Zanotta ’18 

PITTSBURG STATE

QUINNIPIAC

RHODE ISLAND

$1,200-$1,900 Chris A. Mainz ’88  $250-$599 Michael K. Kohler ’75  $1-$249 Jerol A. Casidy ’85 Michael A. Torgler ’00

$1-$249 Matthew T. Howes ’10 Daniel J. Sullivan ’13

$1,901-$2,499 Ernest L. Gaines, Jr. ’86  $600-$1,199 Shawn T. Mullen ’13  $250-$599 Michael D. Giacalone ’09 $1-$249 Jordan M. Albernaz ’11 Richard J. Arkins ’72 Matthew J. Bergin ’17  Frank P. Gallo ’63 E. Robert Galloway ’70 Paul W. Gehr ’87 Samuel Giannakos ’17  Cameron E. Hebert ’17  Samuel M. McLimans, II ’18  Paul R. Picard ’71  Owen Sammarone ’18  Stephen J. Shea ’87 John T. Whitford ’68

$1-$249 Jeremy J. Stolee ’05  Richard H. Wallace, Renaissance 

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PHILADELPHIA

PITTSBURGH $1-$249 John R. Altland ’06 Sean T. Ashoff ’17  Richard J. Hill ’12 Mark Kelley ’17  Kevin J. Muir ’12 Anthony Palombizio ’96 Austin C. Pegg ’17  Dr. Chad E. Richmond ’93 Thomas Sephakis, III ’18  Robert M. Tibi, II ’91

PURDUE $5,000-$9,999 Norman E. Nabhan, CIMA ’71  $1,901-$2,499 Douglas M. Nabhan ’77  $1,200-$1,900 Jack N. Donohew, III ’95  Michael G. Ellis ’84  David A. Kacsur ’94  Scott R. Swisher ’79  $600-$1,199 Nick D. Harris ’79  $250-$599 Grant R. Lohse ’02 Robert H. Sheridan ’62  $1-$249 Roger G. Blocks, P.E. ’62 Patrick K. Crawford ’03 Dr. John F. Derr, R.Ph. ’58  James D. Farley ’86  Lee E. Gase ’50 Richard M. Hardin ’66  Fred C. Lash ’66 Dustin R. Longest ’04 Scott M. McCain ’82

RADFORD $1-$249 Nicholas Altman ’16 Mohamed Gaily ’15  Carlton Q. Gover ’16  Devin B. Jones ’18 

RANDOLPH-MACON $1-$249 Lawrence S. Driever, Jr. ’67 J. Burke Morton ’81  Charles A. Taylor, III ’65

RENSSELAER $5,000-$9,999 Frederick M. Fink ’68  $2,500-$4,999 Donald A. Burgio ’89  $1,200-$1,900 Eddie Chin ’94  $250-$599 Brian J. Michalka ’16 Robert H. Sandow ’87  Dennis T. Scurletis ’79  $1-$249 James E. Bellinger, Jr. ’48 Kenneth W. Bosworth ’77 Benjamin J. Bowles ’16  Shamus C. Cardon ’18  Matthew D. Carlson ’19  Richard L. Dooley ’68  Edrick Drachenberg ’15  Jonah Duch ’16  Bernie E. Durfee ’97 John R. Eaton ’16  Stephen J. Fallick ’68 Joseph P. Frizado ’74 Andrew Groskopf ’16  Franklin C. Guildner ’67 Christopher Holler ’19  Zachary E. Kaplan ’15  Robert E. Kuver ’59  Sunny Le ’19 

W. Thomas Pearson, Jr. ’72 Justin J. Royce ’03 Fletcher Stiers, Jr. ’48  John C. Tuttle, Sr. ’77  Kennard S. Vandergrift ’56 William J. Welstead, Jr. ’60 John M. Woleben, Jr. ’69

RIDER $10,000-$24,999 Steven H. Sutow, Esq. ’00  $1-$249 Micheal T. Cope ’03 Matthew Esposito ’18  Kevin R. Grunder, Jr. ’17  Avery Martini ’17  Brandon Scalea ’18  Robert N. Schulte ’04 Khalil Witt ’18  Eric B. Wright ’04

ROCHESTER $250-$599 Russell Rosenkranz ’15 $1-$249 Anthony W. Osinski ’11 Marc J. Scheiner ’00

ROLLINS $1-$249 Lawrence P. Goode ’72 

ROWAN $1-$249 Bruce A. Hallman ’91

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RICHMOND $2,500-$4,999 Richard A. Wiklund, Jr. ’89  The Honorable Archer L. Yeatts, III ’64  $600-$1,199 Thomas E. Hill ’64  $250-$599 Joseph J. Aronica ’65 Wallace S. Edwards, M.D. ’61  $1-$249 Charles T. Caldroney ’01 William A. Clark ’62 Ernoe Csaky ’60 Robert L. Davies ’65 Robert L. Garian ’55 Don B. Henderson ’68 H. Larrick Hockman, Jr. ’65 Steven W. Kraus ’82 Donald J. Lane ’92  Christopher A. Lawler ’89 C. Ralph Martin ’52  Charles G. McDaniel ’60 John S. McMichael ’65 Richard D. Moore ’54  N. Andre Nielsen ’53  +

RUTGERS $10,000-$24,999 Rev. Douglas S. MacDonald ’56  $2,500-$4,999 Glenn T. Gnirrep ’82  $250-$599 William J. Hoyer ’67 $1-$249 Robert E. Berenguer ’79  Daniel P. Ducore ’72  Edward P. Eardley ’60 C. Ernest Hall, Jr. ’60  Louis L. Louizides ’70  Dr. Joseph W. Rebovich ’56  Atlee Robinson ’72  Patrick W. Thaller ’66 Louis B. Weiner ’81 

$1-$249 Glenn A. Abersold ’94 Gary R. Chaix ’65  Gary D. Darrow ’65 Ritch K. Eich ’66 David E. Hammond ’65 Timothy J. McCormick ’84  Eric Muller ’18  Kevin F. Nishita ’91  Niko Nodaros ’19  Joaquin Razo ’09 W. Martin Roche ’64  Rodney B. Swanson, Jr. ’63  Garrick S. Waller ’00  Creston Whiting-Casey ’11 
Phillip B. Winberry ’66 

SAINT LOUIS $1-$249 Christopher Ernst ’18  Jacob G. Koenig ’17  Scott K. MacArthur ’09

SALISBURY $250-$599 Gregg A. Presbury, Jr. ’96 

SAM HOUSTON STATE $10,000-$24,999 Charles E. Amato ’70  $1,200-$1,900 Joseph A. Amato ’73  $1-$249 James D. Ashmore ’59 Thomas E. Hunter ’74 Kevin W. Johnson ’05 Samuel R. Kennedy, Jr. ’83  Charles G. King ’73 David L. Myers ’70

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SACRAMENTO STATE $2,500-$4,999 James M. Amen ’96  Columbus L. Johnson, Jr. ’85  $1,200-$1,900 Steven M Thompson ’83  $600-$1,199 Rodney L. Smart ’77 

SAMFORD $600-$1,199 Archie W. Messersmith, M.S. ’99 

SAN DIEGO $1,200-$1,900 Ryan P. Jacobsen ’00  $600-$1,199 Nicolaus J. Collins ’14  John D. Curtin ’00 William M. Rochfort, Jr. ’04  $1-$249 Jake Moser ’16 

$1,200-$1,900 Joseph E. Sullivan ’66  $600-$1,199 Vincent F. Biondo, Jr. ’64  Patrick J. Gallagher ’14  Kevin M. Kwoka ’11  Frederick R. Morey ’66  Dale A. Walters ’69  $250-$599 Robert A. Gibbs ’63  John V. Kaiser, Jr. ’66  Jeffrey T. Kamholz ’88  Alfred P. Knoll ’63  Anthony C. Lanzone ’93 Dennis H. Pennell ’60  John C. Super ’66 $1-$249 Dr. Howard W. Baumann ’64  Charles R. Devereux ’64 Thomas A. Devereux ’66 Jerry L. Hutter ’65  Joseph T. Kiefer ’63 Dustin G. McClellan ’96 Matthew A. Sarnie ’93 Theodore R. Servello ’55 Walter C. Steffen, Jr. ’65 Captain Benjamin A. Trovaten, USN, Retired ’65  Ronald N. Voss ’73 Rummy R. Yoder ’93

SAN FRANCISCO STATE $1,200-$1,900 Roy A. J. Malatesta, Jr. ’93  $1-$249 Stuart N. Takahashi ’82

SAN JOSE STATE $250-$599 Arthur L. Farley ’66 The Honorable Michael B. Harris ’62  Daniel L. Lewis ’67  Douglas J. Pavese ’63  $1-$249 Stephen W. Betts ’67 John J. Haggerty ’62 James H. McKee ’68  Jim L. Olson, Ph.D. ’63 Steven A. Sullivan ’66 +

SANTA CLARA $1-$249 Benjamin P. Gleichner ’77  Louis J. Lombardo, III ’80

SAN DIEGO STATE

SETON HALL

$5,000-$9,999 Dennis S. Tilton ’66  $2,500-$4,999 Edward E. Dahlkamp ’63  Ronald D. Smith ’69  Robert L. Trovaten ’67 

$1-$249 Charles M. Mansfield ’81 Dr. Nicholas V. Motto ’98 Keith J. Rosenblatt ’93 John R. Swiontkowski ’74 

SIU-CARBONDALE $1-$249 Michael A. Burgess ’81  Andrew K. Nolan ’00

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE $10,000-$24,999 William M. Shedd ’75  $2,500-$4,999 Clifford A. Kinnunen, Jr. ’81  $600-$1,199 Dr. Grahaeme A. Hesp ’97  $250-$599 Theodore F. Hoef, Ph.D. ’79  Lyle W. Ward, Renaissance $1-$249 Michael R. Geaschel ’17  Steven L. Harms ’82 Michael A. Maschhoff ’09 Dillon G. Santoni ’16  Drake R. Sitton ’16  George M. Ward ’75 Robert A. Ward ’79

SOUTH CAROLINA $600-$1,199 Kent A. Belli ’81  $250-$599 Benjamin A. Hutto ’15 Michael A. Windus, Jr. ’58  $1-$249 Nicholas P. Castellano ’15  Daniel W. Dilworth ’75 Zachary J. Knight ’14 C. Gordon McBride ’57 Robert J. Panaccione ’81 Nick J. Schiltz ’13 Eugene M. Varn ’81 Bruce T. Willey ’57

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE $1-$249 Cole Block ’17  Jason E. Chase ’00 Thomas R. Cook ’17  Seth Flemmer ’18  Jacob Gubbrud ’18  Dr. Jeffrey C. Nolz ’03

SOUTH FLORIDA $1,200-$1,900 Joseph DiGregorio, Esq. ’98  $600-$1,199 Ryan S. Kearns ’10  $1-$249 Andrew Aubery ’06 Zachery A. Carpenter ’19  Erik R. Este ’17  Zachary B. Goodhue ’19  Ralph R.D. Herz ’16  Richard D. Leyton ’18  Cody Lyman ’18 

Kevin V. Madden ’16  Samuel C. Morgan ’17  Alan C. Norris ’70 Andrew W. Prozzillo ’17 

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE $1,200-$1,900 Michael R. Lincoln ’84  $1-$249 Lewis E. Bock ’63  Capt. Gregory P. Dowd, USN, Retired ’55 Peter H. Lemakis ’81 William J. Perry, CPA ’84  Nick J. Quargneti ’17  John Vincent ’97

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA $100,000-$249,999 Garry C. Kief ’70  $1,200-$1,900 Brent A. Noyes ’74  $600-$1,199 Frank E. Butterfield, Jr. ’83  Michael L. Mann ’78  $250-$599 William J. McDowell ’52  $1-$249 Royal E. Foster, Jr. ’57 Carl D. Gutermann ’61  Jason E. Hollander ’94 Gregory A. Jorgensen ’79  Dr. Michael M. King ’61  Jason Lubin ’09 Peter J. Mittelstadt ’56

SOUTHERN METHODIST $600-$1,199 Daniel K. Liu ’08  $250-$599 Brandon L. Morgan ’94  $1-$249 T. Hunter Brown ’12 Sean P. Dougherty ’87 Jason S. Dowdy ’96 Garrett N. Farwell ’06  Andrew-John Fox ’88 Brad Guske ’94  Andrew Hill ’09 Brooks L. Powell ’08 Robert W. Quach ’04 Michael J. Shef, Jr., C.S. ’93  Chase Stuart ’11 Michael J. Thomas ’06

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI $1,200-$1,900 Kristopher A. Powell ’01  $600-$1,199 E. Scott Thompson, II ’99  $1-$249 J. Kyle Brown ’08

YOUR SUPPORT

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Johnnie L. Campbell ’73 George L. Carr, Jr. ’61  Mark C. Carter ’08 Charles F. Childress ’06 C. Hunter Easterling ’15 Major Wilbert A. Ensenat ’62 Paul E. Fischer ’01 Lawrence J. Harrison, Jr. ’72 Terrence M. Lechner ’68 Philip S. Lott ’17  Edward N. Stephens ’58 Josh Sullivan ’18 

SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE $250-$599 Ian P. Cloud ’88 $1-$249 Scott K. Anderson ’94  Thomas L. Stuart, Sr. ’90

ST JOSEPH’S $1-$249 Edward J. Mancinelli, Jr. ’90 Paul M. Marrandino ’04

ST MARY’S $250-$599 Norman J. Acker ’80  $1-$249 Michael V. Fitzpatrick ’99 Dylan L. Heart ’12 Richard C. Jaworski ’78  Jacob A. Medina ’18  Luke Willis ’18 

ST. JOHN’S $250-$599 David J. Graziano ’03  $1-$249 Serge Caceres ’93

ST. LEO $1-$249 Allan J. Luihn ’83

STANFORD $1,200-$1,900 Ryan T. Denny ’06  $1-$249 Dr. Julius S. Brecht ’93  Scott A. Hartung ’88 Bobby Liao ’88 

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN $1-$249 R. Blake Hailey ’94 Stephen W. Smith ’84

STETSON $5,000-$9,999 John C. Durrant ’96  $1,200-$1,900 Frank E. Morreale ’93 

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$1,901-$2,499 Johnson L. Garrett, Jr. ’88  $1-$249 Ronald H. Ajemian ’63 John C. Brinnon ’87 Keith B. Coleman ’65 Thomas E. Feeney ’75 Matthew A. Noel ’11 Sucre H. Perez ’61

Wade S. Hutchens ’89  Joseph D. Luna ’67  Andrew H. Stallings ’66  $1-$249 Jonathan H. Burlison ’08 Joseph A. Chirico ’18  John F. Chirico ’12 Terrence E. Condon ’80 James E. Fox ’59 Cole M. Harris ’17  Mark D. Herndon ’86 Michael H. Hickey ’76 Jerome J. Hoynacki ’92 Thomas S. Jackson ’61  Howard J. Kaplan ’71  Robin R. Klingensmith ’18  Donald H. MacLeod ’49  William H. Martin, D.V.M., Renaissance Hovahness M. Ohanian, II ’18  Howard T. Prince, Jr. ’51  J. Earl Rainwater ’60  Robert W. Shafer ’47  Caden M. Smith ’18  Dr. R. Eugene Stephens, Jr. ’61

TAMPA

TENNESSEE TECH

$600-$1,199 Mark A. Kieslor, J.D. ’09  $1-$249 William H. DeCelle ’63 Harvey R. Reilich ’53

$2,500-$4,999 Bryan L. Webb ’81  $1-$249 R. D. Canata ’72 James E. Johnson ’71  Dennis E. Roberts ’75

$600-$1,199 Thomas A. Beckett ’14  $1-$249 Paul C. Bremer ’65  Nicholas Jasmon ’17  Arthur E. Marshall, Jr. ’83 Elliott A. Perny ’70  Roland A. Valdivieso ’96

Robert W. Mead-Colegrove ’91

STEVENS

SUSQUEHANNA

$2,500-$4,999 Stephen J. Buce ’86  $600-$1,199 Christopher Lantz ’07  Xiao Zhao ’07  $250-$599 Gary W. Blauth ’66  Wesley Elford ’16 Bryan Gardner ’17 Troy Kanaszka ’17 Michael L. Kressaty ’16 $1-$249 Brian W. Allen ’77 Zachary S. Binger ’18  Joshua Bloom ’17  James J. Brickley ’65  Zachary M. Caldarola ’18  Cristian Collado ’18  Daniel J. Fenton ’18  James E. Flaherty ’18  Russell J. Grant ’68  William R. Harris ’18  Patrick J. Meyer ’13 Peter R. Movilla ’10 Ryan T. Price ’08 Thomas J. Ritter ’73  Jorge A. Rivera ’15 Samuel A. Robinson, Jr. ’74 Cory J. Wiedmann ’17 

$1-$249 Frank J. Dumbreski, Renaissance  Jeffrey A. Elwell ’90

SUNY-BINGHAMTON $250-$599 Richard E. Noll ’90  $1-$249 Dr. John J. Vaccaro ’88

SUNY-BUFFALO $5,000-$9,999 Derek L. Pardee ’83  $1-$249 Robert A. Evans ’63  James J. Ferrara ’85  Christian Garcia ’94 Nicholas J. Geraci ’84  Dr. Alan B. Holman ’66  Anthony P. Huskisson ’04 Steven H. Otterman ’01 William R. Rittman ’56

SUNY-FREDONIA $1-$249 Jim A. Buell ’80 Patrick E. Farrell ’86 

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SUNY-OSWEGO $600-$1,199 David J. Norris ’90  $1-$249 Todd M. Ponticello ’92

SYRACUSE

TEMPLE $250-$599 Dr. Ronald F. Asper ’68  $1-$249 Vernon G. Altemose, Jr. ’54 William H. Fifield ’50 Wayne J. Franks ’71 Michael J. Goffigan ’99 Walter E. Goodman, III ’68  James H. Haslett ’56 Dr. David E. Kuhl ’51  Robert T. Rambo ’67 The Honorable William H. Stafford, Jr. ’53 

TENNESSEE $5,000-$9,999 Alan D. Wilson ’79  $1,901-$2,499 C. Bryce Giesler ’82  Kelly L. Williams ’92  $1,200-$1,900 Thomas H. Forrester ’81  Frank N. Shope ’81  $600-$1,199 Robert K. Leonard ’90  $250-$599 Jimmy A. Barker ’89 Allen R. Elkins ’57  Harry O. Ford, PE ’65 

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN $1,200-$1,900 Dr. Stephen J. Taylor ’76 

TENNESSEE-MARTIN $1,200-$1,900 Kenneth R. Blankenship ’00  Anthony Bond ’13  $600-$1,199 Patrick J. Clark ’11  Dr. Christopher T. Collie ’96  $250-$599 John T. Domanski ’16 J. Trey Halterman ’96  James W. Truett, Jr. ’02  $1-$249 Micheal Durham ’17  Nathan M. Kleiner ’18  Mark S. Maloney, Jr. ’15 Kevin W. Teets, Jr. ’06  Clark L. Williams ’19 

TEXAS A&M $5,000-$9,999 William T. Oliver, Jr. ’91  $600-$1,199 Murl R. Richardson, Jr. ’76  $1-$249 Kyle R. Allen ’85

Richard A. Coleman ’77 Tanner P. Fangman ’17 

TEXAS A&MCORPUS CHRISTI $250-$599 Michael A. Gandara ’15  $1-$249 Michael J. Brode, Jr. ’18  Justin M. Bustos ’19  Ty R. Cheatham ’15  Gabriel A. Cisneros ’15 Wesley A. Forrest ’15 Justin E. Guerra ’15 Christopher L. Merritt ’20 Mitchell C. Odom ’19  Weldon L. Weber, III ’15 Trevor H. Wulff ’18 

TEXAS CHRISTIAN $2,500-$4,999 Matthew Ngo ’12  $1,200-$1,900 Gary M. Coyne ’04  Austin C. Dickson ’02  $250-$599 Sean P. Scogin ’04 $1-$249 Charles N. Chenault ’69 Connor J. Close ’16 Robert D. Coffee ’69 Charles L. Faust ’70 Cody H. Miller ’15 Aaron M. Mullenix ’10 Matthew L. Owens ’07 Russell A. Pease ’67 David R. Radcliffe ’05  Dr. Jeremy A. Ross ’08 Burton W. Schwartz, M.D., Renaissance  Clayton R. Simons ’09  Mr. & Mrs. Austin D. Street ’01 Carl A. Swinyer ’78

TEXAS TECH $2,500-$4,999 Christopher S. Loveless ’92  $1,901-$2,499 James P. Spellman, II ’90  $1,200-$1,900 Kevin S. Rooker ’80  $250-$599 Daniel R. McWilliams ’87  $1-$249 Alexander J. DeRossi ’17  James K. De Vries ’91 James L. Whatley ’71  Micah L. Wolfe ’08

TEXAS WESLEYAN $5,000-$9,999 Daniel W. McVeigh ’90 

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TEXAS-ARLINGTON $1,200-$1,900 Oscar O. Nelson, Jr. ’85  Patrick B. Welborne ’91  David R. Wolverton ’85  $250-$599 Stephen L. Hanebutt ’90  Rick H. LeBlanc ’86 Jeffrey J. Sanders ’86 $1-$249 Timothy R. Armbruster, Jr. ’18  Angel L. Monjarraz ’17  Cameron Rogers ’19  Robert W. Schmidt, P.E. ’84 

TEXAS-AUSTIN $10,000-$24,999 David B. Deniger ’68  J. Randy Staff ’69  $2,500-$4,999 Bruce W. Anderson ’71  Gary E. Griffith ’70  $1,901-$2,499 Gregory P. Barra ’03  Jerry A. Smith, Jr. ’79  $1,200-$1,900 Richard S. Rankin ’77  John K. Tyler ’63  $600-$1,199 D. Craig Casselberry ’86  Robert J. Heintzelman ’88  $250-$599 Gregory E. Brown ’95 Mark A. Kiester ’71  Colonel Donald P. Mafrige, USAR ’59  William H. McCausland ’83  C. Richard Vermillion ’67  $1-$249 Scott A. Abbey ’18  Daniel J. Adkins ’18  Grant Adkins ’15  William R. Aigner ’18  Albert M. Albright, Jr. ’57  Tyler Alexander ’15  Tom Andrews ’15  John-Paul Bach ’17  Michael Bailey ’17  Edward A. Banner, III ’16  Jordan Barbo ’19  James W. Barksdale ’19  Jeff Barnwell ’16  Kyle D. Barton ’18  Maxwell Bastian ’14  Brooks Beckelman ’16  George F. Bell ’19  Jordan Bernstein ’17  Michael R. Blackburn ’18  Chandler A. Block ’17  Henry J. Boehm, IV ’19  Andrew Boyd ’17  Will Brown ’17  William Bruner ’16 

Blake Buchen ’16  Brian Buell ’16  Reed D. Burch ’19  Parker Burns ’16  Connor Bush ’16  Lynn H. Butler, Jr. ’19  Josh Cannon ’16  Miles Cantrell ’17  Jeffrey Carlson ’17  Nick Christensen ’17  Ryan Clegg ’17  Carter B. Collins ’19  Conner Cowart ’16  Kevin A. Crabb ’18  Keith Crawford ’16  Stephen R. Culin ’19  Brandon Daniels ’16  Paul De Ayala ’16  Alex R. DeAyala ’16  Christian DeAyala ’19  Marcus E. DeAyala ’18  Niko Demeris ’18  Austin Dickerson ’16  Charles A. Dixon, III ’18  Michael Doorey ’17  William G. Duffy ’16  Douglas A. Duke ’83 Christopher R. Dyer ’18  Taylor M. Epperson ’16  Josh Euers ’17  Kevin Fisher ’19  Nathan C. Flanigin ’18  Denis C. Fletcher ’19  Jackson Fletcher ’18  Jimmy Fort ’17  Corey Fruithandler ’16  Jack Gaffney ’18  Jack J. Gilbert ’19  Dylan G. Glosser ’18  Jason L. Goolsby ’19  Luke M. Gorski ’18  Chad Greisbach ’16  Charles A. Griffin ’18  Ryan Griffin ’17  Guy W. Griffith ’16  Chandler B. Groves ’19  Leo J. Gute ’18  Brian A. Hammonds ’18  Madison Harbuck ’16  Jack Hawkins ’18  Matthew Hays ’16  Clayton B. Helbing ’19  Benjamin C. Horton ’18  Bennett Huddleston ’19  Jesse Huebner ’18  Harry L. Hull ’19  William Jenkins ’19  John A. Jewett ’18  Cameron Johnson ’16  Matthew F. Johnson ’19  Matthew Johnson ’18  Mitchell Johnson ’18  Maxwell E. Johnston ’19 

Nicholas F. Johnston ’18  Blake Jones ’16  Austin D. Kaiser ’16  Chad Kaiser ’18  Kurt Kaiser ’17  Clay M. Kemp ’18  Samuel T. Ketchmark ’19  Matthew P. Kimm ’18  Austin R. King ’19  Philip J. Koelsch ’16  Christopher R. Koskovich ’17  Thomas Laidlaw ’18  Adam E. Landefeld ’18  Jared Lapidus ’17  William Q. Lavercombe ’19  Nick Lednicky ’17 G. Austin Longoria ’19  Jett Lucia ’17  Blake Lueder ’17  Lee Lueder ’16  Austin Lupton ’15  Ryan Lynch ’16  Paul M. MacDowell ’19  Ted Mackey ’16  Samuel C. Malone ’18  Canyon Manske ’17  Preston Martin ’16  Kyle A. Mason ’16 Tanner R. Mauro ’18  Nolan McCarthy ’18  Michael N. McCrory ’18  Clipp P. McKeen ’19  Mason McNeil ’19  Sam McQuilkin ’17  Andrew Mealey ’17  Chuck H. Meriwether ’18  Blair Moore ’18  Travis J. Morland ’19  David W. Morledge ’81 Kolten Morris ’17  Michael Nehme ’19  Jack Nelms ’17  David A. Nelson ’18  Hudson L. Nix ’19  Cole Norton ’16  William O’Keefe ’16  Thomas W. Oborny ’19  Nick Pasta ’17  Dean Patteson ’17  Hudson J. Petersen ’19  Andrew Pickens ’16  Jason M. Poindexter ’19  Kyle T. Prochazka ’19  Griffin T. Rathgeb ’19  Kyle Rathgeb ’17  Joseph Reynolds ’16  Matthew Reynolds ’16  Benton Richards ’19  Mitchell T. Rigamonti ’18  Reed S. Roberts ’18  Mathew G. Ronk ’19  Campbell K. Ross ’18  Andrew Russell ’16 


John R. Rutherford ’18  Kyle Santry ’17  Scott M. Santry ’19  Wesley Sentell ’17  Colton Shearer ’18  Daniel H. Silcox, IV ’19  Walker Smith ’17  Will Smith ’17  Blake W. Sparks ’18  Andrew Spivey ’16  Daniel Spomer ’19  Peter R. Stanley ’18  Anthony D. Stephenson ’18  Rodney H. Stevenson ’62 Henry Stroube ’19  Hayden C. Tarbett ’18  Reed Tarter ’19  Alex Tassopoulos ’17  Jack Taylor ’19  Jack C. Thomas ’19  Reid Thompson ’17  Garrett Toledo ’16  Augustine Valega ’16  Steven G. Valentine, Jr. ’18  S. Cole Vehslage ’16  Alex Wagman ’16  Michael G. Wagman ’19  Connor White ’16  James Whitehead ’14  Thomas B. Whitehead ’18  David Wiggs ’19  Peyton Wilson ’16  Alec J. Woodmansee ’18  Phil Young ’17 

TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO $250-$599 Lt. Colonel Robert Kelso, Renaissance 

THIEL $1,901-$2,499 Paul T. Steffens, Jr. ’70  $250-$599 Richard D. Huether, Sr. ’74  James R. Locke ’76  James P. Patterson ’87 Thomas K. Stempel, M.D. ’69  $1-$249 Garrett M. Bittinger ’16  Frank Jackson ’18  Bruce E. Johnson ’93 Ralph F. Kusserow ’58 Jordan Lilley ’18  Keegan M. Moss ’18  Donald F. Munro ’70 Dugan Paxton ’18  Paul A. Runge ’70  Jacob S. Stimson ’15  George A. Summerhill, Jr. ’59 Sean M. Willins ’98  Hunter Young ’18 

TOLEDO $1,901-$2,499 Theodore R. Behnken ’82  $1,200-$1,900 Dr. Ron S. Binder ’83  Devon P. Scheible ’05  $600-$1,199 Adam J. Motycka ’10  Marco Q. Pescara ’88  Jared G. Sisley ’07  $1-$249 Todd J. Altenburger ’04 Walter G. Barrett ’64  Dr. Larry B. Beer ’76 Kyle Bergen ’18  Kyle P. Boyers ’17  Emanuel J. DeLucia ’13 Nicholas J. Doseck ’19  John Fetchet ’19  Taylor C. Fickel ’19  Dr. Kenneth E. Grugel ’72 James C. Herl ’68 Stephen E. House ’92 Benjamin Huner ’18  Todd J. Klewer ’17  Leslie P. Lipski ’73  Christopher M. Mills ’18  Brandon L. Rosolowski ’17  Patrick Ryan ’18  Jack W. Sample ’17  Jovan Sanson ’19  Charles H. Seawater ’53 Jacob J. Smith ’18  Dr. Richard A. St. John ’63  Evan M. Westlake ’17  James H. Williams ’64 Alex M. Wisniewski ’12  Austin J. Wlodarz ’20  Karl K. Zacharias ’19  Lucas Zastrow ’12

TRINE $600-$1,199 Richard L. Hoover ’71  $250-$599 David A. Gross ’81  $1-$249 Michael J. Cain ’17  Zachary D. Dietl ’17  Jeremy M. Howard ’11 Peter A. Kempf ’73  Kyle McGrew ’17  Richard D. Moore ’17  Eric M. Pynn ’99 Caleb Stoffel ’18  Joseph M. Tiseo ’12

TRUMAN STATE $10,000-$24,999 Patrick J. Fontana ’94  $2,500-$4,999 Christopher T. Minnis ’00 

$1,200-$1,900 Roger R. Festa, Ph.D., FAIC, Renaissance  Matthew D. Finke ’04  $1-$249 Blake C. Grojean ’15 

TUFTS $600-$1,199 Kirby J. Noel ’91 

TULANE $2,500-$4,999 Ehren J. Stanhope ’05  $600-$1,199 Jonathan E. Brouk ’08  Gregory A. Miller ’11  $250-$599 Jeffrey G. Schiffman ’05  $1-$249 Michael N. Sandler ’09 Charles J. Soprano, Jr. ’96 Andrew H. Travers ’03 Anthony J. Turley, Jr. ’93  Wiley P. Turnipseed ’03

J. William Gordon ’67  Elwood I. Lentz, Jr. ’60 Steven H. Lybbert ’72 Colter C. Merritt ’18  Mohammad Nashashibi ’17  John T. Olk ’18  Ralph H. Rhudy ’62 W. Blake Smith ’12 Luke Williams ’18  J. Bridger Wood ’18  Michael B. Zuhl ’73 

UTAH STATE

Eric D. Smith ’17  Eric E. Swing ’73 Kit Trapasso ’72 Winfield S. Winter ’75  Geoffrey A. Yates ’10

VANDERBILT $2,500-$4,999 Jason J. McGill ’08  

VERMONT $600-$1,199 Andrew G. Hughes ’11  Russell A. Straub ’86  $1-$249 Jeffrey S. Graham ’64

$1-$249 Dean A. Dresser ’87

$1,200-$1,900 Dale B. Adams ’70  $600-$1,199 Jace W. Cairns ’13  Jordan C. Hunt ’13  $250-$599 Gary R. Black ’63  Trent M. Morrison ’14 $1-$249 Lael J. Abbott ’52 C. Bennett Ainsworth, Jr. ’49 John B. Angotti ’53 Gary E. Craner ’65 Richard J. Drake ’52  Brian K. Freckleton ’78 Gerald R. Gibson ’50 Logan G. Hemmert ’18  Steven G. Jordan ’80 Dr. Robert G. Knudsen ’61 Erik B. Olson ’18  Christian T. Orr ’13 William A. Wilkin ’63

UCLA

VALPARAISO

VIRGINIA

$250-$599 Christopher A. Rimer ’90  $1-$249 Laurence F. Dunn ’90  Robert E. Sheffield, D.D.S. ’91 

$5,000-$9,999 Joshua D. Lee ’98  $2,500-$4,999 Troy D. Hanson ’02  $1,901-$2,499 Jonathan H. Shanklin ’08  $1,200-$1,900 Matthew W. Engelhardt ’91  $600-$1,199 Raymond W. Hall ’58  William C. Kolzow ’59  $250-$599 Marshall Miller ’14 $1-$249 Bradford J. Brown ’04 Thomas N. Brunner ’72 Ryan Bye, Renaissance Donald R. Cuming ’68  Jeffrey R. Dippold ’79 Daniel P. Eschbach ’77 Jacob C. Harrison ’19  Tyler M. Ingersoll ’17  Ryan A. McKenzie ’17  Mark A. Nielsen ’75 Dr. Donald E. Pell ’74 Richard A. Simpson ’74

$2,500-$4,999 Jonathan J. Kucera ’69  $1,901-$2,499 Brian C. Warren, Jr. ’04  $1-$249 Warren F. Chauncey ’56 Nickolas R. Kirby ’12 Robert V. Robertson ’54  Richard F. Sterba ’71 

TULSA $1,200-$1,900 Maurice L. Richards, Jr. ’52  $1-$249 J. Robert Lukeman ’52 

TYLER JUNIOR

UNC-WILMINGTON $600-$1,199 Lt. Commander Christopher K. Mercer ’91 $1-$249 Thomas P. Cooney ’97

UTAH $250-$599 David E. Nielson ’76  John P. Skalak ’77  Stephen R. Sussdorff ’79  $1-$249 Alvin C. Baer ’61 Craig A. Bean ’70  Brent W. Bogden ’73  Barry E. Brockman ’68  Santiago Coronado ’75  Christian Crane ’18  Brett Cutler ’16 

VILLANOVA $10,000-$24,999 Daniel J. Kraninger ’93  $1,200-$1,900 Gary H. Bonas, Jr. ’68  $250-$599 J. Brian Carden ’82  $1-$249 Dr. Paul D. Banick ’83 David A. DePetris ’87 David L. Gottshall ’81  Dr. James J. Kelly, Jr. ’81  Neal D. Muroff ’87 John P. Townsend ’77

VINCENNES $1-$249 Rudolph A. Mahara ’75

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH $600-$1,199 Lee W. Stewart ’10  Sheehan Z.A. Walker ’11  $250-$599 John E. Budzinski ’76  Michael A. Day ’79  Charles A. Schwabe ’09 William F. Via, Jr. ’74  $1-$249 Walker Atkinson ’17  Kyle K. Baker, Renaissance Caleb P. Massey ’14 Mathew Oswald ’18  James W. Poole ’14

VIRGINIA TECH $2,500-$4,999 Edward E. Bishop, Jr. ’74  $1,901-$2,499 John R. Lawson, II ’75  $1,200-$1,900 Kacy R. Rozelle ’86  $250-$599 Todd M. Lewers ’78  Sean L. Mulhern ’93  Christopher L. Swan ’86 William A. Thomas, Jr. ’72  E. Wayne Williams, Jr. ’72  $1-$249 Joseph P. Catalano ’84 Richard L. Charter, II ’71 Karthik N. Dhanireddy ’19  Thomas F. Eubank ’74 Jeffrey L. LeHew ’82 David R. Malcolm ’76 Paul J. K. Ostrye ’77 C. Wally Sale, III ’72

Robert H. Reeder ’52 Scott R. Rogers ’94 David C. Seitter ’76 Chris J. Urban ’81 Mark T. Yager ’80  John M. Ybarra ’97 David N. Zimmerman ’76 

WASHINGTON

$1-$249 Dwight T. Bridges, Jr. ’60 Bradley G. Bute, M.D. ’78 Philip P. Godwin, Jr. ’74 Charles B. Lassiter ’70

$1,200-$1,900 Kevin J. Carnevali ’95  $600-$1,199 Michael R. Catalano ’10  Jonathan H. Cats ’08  Kenneth M. Thompson ’14  $250-$599 David M. Handa ’84  Timothy J. Harmon ’82  Richard V. Jackson ’87  Richard H. Lukens, Jr. ’54 Mark A. Perkins ’78  Steven R. Ruttner ’79  $1-$249 Roy (Skip) Caviezel ’60  Carl J. Chamberlin ’81 Delmar M. Fadden ’63 Matthew Huggins ’14 Jack S. Hupp ’54  Alan R. Slavich ’62

WASHBURN

WASHINGTON & LEE

WAKE FOREST

$5,000-$9,999 Clayton Funk ’93  $1,901-$2,499 Keenan S. Buoy ’82  $600-$1,199 Roger H. VanHoozer ’72  $250-$599 Brian M. Clarke ’03  Jonathan B. Klima ’03  Arthur R.Tatera ’81  Gregory L. Woertz ’81  $1-$249 James R. Azeltine ’86  Craig L. Beougher ’06 Ryan R. Biladeau ’03 Eric R. Blevins ’01 Trevor J. Bollinger ’17  Brad W. Clark ’74 Jon R. Craig ’79 Carson Crain ’17  Brenen E. Dapkiewicz ’18  Todd D. Elgin ’83  Gregory L. Franken ’81  Mark L. Guthrie ’78  Jay R. Hall ’04 Mark V. Heitz ’74  Thomas C. Henderson ’70 Frank J. Jaksa, III ’03  Michael L. Johnson ’78 Roscoe J. Mutz ’05 Paul E. Oehm ’83  Richard O. Parrish ’78 

$1-$249 M. Daniel Becque, Ph.D. ’76 Steven R. Saunders ’68

Clifford A. Webster ’74  $250-$599 John E. Jacobs ’81  Ryan M. Pitzer ’17 $1-$249 William O. Bayne ’65 Michael T. Harbour ’07 Andrew A. Klages ’78 Blake A. Martens ’09 Kyle D. Nelson ’11  Donald W. Tomlinson ’63  Wayne F. Walther ’67 Tyler J. Weinbrecht ’12

WEST CHESTER $1,200-$1,900 The Honorable Mitchell G. Crane, Renaissance  $1-$249 Joseph T. Bucci ’18  Mike Deluca ’18  Kyle R. Gallagher ’13 Pat Githens ’18  Andrew P. Hausman ’90 John F. Henkel ’13 Matthew Innocenti ’17  Douglas W. Lauver ’93  Christopher L. Martin ’87 Daniel Marzano ’88 John M. Scheck ’14 Corey M. Shamy ’17 

WEST VIRGINIA

$5,000-$9,999 William G. Tragos ’56  $1,200-$1,900 Craig S. Kaufman ’86  $600-$1,199 Robert J. Krapfl, D.V.M. ’90  $250-$599 Charles K. Gillespie ’57  Robert G. Scheibe ’60  $1-$249 Stephen K. Burch ’67  Michael D. Martz ’60  Richard R. Meckfessel ’61  Lawrence B. Plawsky ’89 

$1,200-$1,900 Raymond P. Clarke ’84  $600-$1,199 George J. Koperna, Jr. ’91  $250-$599 Daniel P. Flynn ’01  $1-$249 Dr. J. Michael Burke ’75 Thomas M. Coles ’17  Brandon K. Galindo ’17  Dr. Avery F. Gaskins ’53  William F. Lichte ’53  Bernie P. Opatick ’86 Eric D. Pugh ’87  William R. Seymour ’53  David A. Silverstein ’89  Jaryd Wolak ’17 

WASHINGTON STATE

WEST VIRGINIA TECH

$50,000-$99,999 John G. W. Underwood ’58  $25,000-$49,999 Kenneth G. Christianson ’74  $1,901-$2,499 D. Craig Dewey ’72  $1,200-$1,900 John P. Fredrickson ’56  $600-$1,199 Jacob K. Bredstrand ’11  Christopher C. Mitchell ’09 

$600-$1,199 Cary J. Hancock ’83  $250-$599 Edward J. Walsh ’69  $1-$249 Lt. Colonel Jeffrey A. Garten ’80 Diego F.F. Gutierrez ’83 William F. Haight ’69 Richard J. Moran ’69  James H. Scott ’93 Kerry A. Tompkins ’70

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WESTERN CAROLINA $50,000-$99,999 John E. Davis ’87  $600-$1,199 H. Justin Pace ’04  $250-$599 Michael P. Delvecchio ’85 $1-$249 Steven J. Almasy ’88

Michael T. Tomlanovich ’94  Charles N. White, Jr. ’62  Thomas A. Wilson ’64 

WESTMINSTER

$250-$599 T. Ryan James ’93  $1-$249 James A. Braden ’70 Huie C. Brizendine, III ’74 Jonathan E. Darnell ’18  Craig M. Sutter ’96 D. Alan Vaughan ’81 

$1,200-$1,900 Alex K. Scull ’12  $250-$599 Douglas D. Nosik ’69  $1-$249 Carl Carpenter ’18  Major Leland G. Collins, Retired ’48 Guido Cubellis ’86 Paul F. Decker ’51 Regino Flores ’17  Brandon Rossier ’18  Jacob Shodd ’17  William Trott ’17 

WESTERN MICHIGAN

WICHITA STATE

WESTERN KENTUCKY

$2,500-$4,999 William L. Monroe ’63  $1,901-$2,499 Brian A. Boron ’89  $1,200-$1,900 Ryan P. Blanck ’02  Michael P. Doss ’89  $600-$1,199 Lucas A. Freudenburg ’05  $250-$599 River A. Karaba ’11 Kelly L. Mankin ’82  Steven W. Minor ’71  Joseph W. Tomlinson ’66  $1-$249 Colonel Robert C. Barrett, Retired ’57 Charles E. Beauchamp, Jr. ’66 David L. Beiser ’59  Robert J. Brown ’57  Matthew F. Conlee ’19  Andrew K. Conley ’19  Gregory W. Doornbos ’19  Richard B. Forde ’58 John R. Gray ’63 Robert L. Harner ’54 Justin P. Jackson ’17  Nicolas Karamalegos ’19  Douglas W. Krane ’70  David J. Lyon ’57 John H. Marshall ’62 Robert L. Ogur ’61  Steven R. Oliver ’08 Hayden Richardson ’18  Theodore J. Rouster ’18  James A. Ruckstaetter ’70 Bruce J. Ruttenberg ’89 James Scigliano ’89  John H. Shaw ’88  Connor K. Smith ’16  Brett M. Straley ’98 Timothy E. Teagan ’63

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$10,000-$24,999 Denis H. Dieker, Jr. ’77  Larry E. Soice, Renaissance  $1,901-$2,499 Jeffrey C. Gates ’89  $1,200-$1,900 The Honorable Scott W. Stucky ’70  $600-$1,199 Andrew D. King ’01  Trent A. Patterson ’10  $250-$599 Michael E. Groat ’02  Jason L. Rose ’01  Nicholas A. Stone ’02  $1-$249 Alan J. Bontrager ’75 Donald R. Brinkman ’80  Wyatt A. Clark ’17  James R. Collier ’62  Daniel A. Greef ’72  Lynn A. Harrington ’62  Nels W. Hoadley ’79  Robert J. Kerr ’75  Dane B. Laughlin ’18  Luke D. Luttrell ’02 Andrew E. Maul ’92 William H. Miller, Jr. ’68  Edward R. Miller ’68  Dr. John R. Morton ’66  Tyler Navarro ’19  D. Cary Peaden ’76  C. Thomas Snyder ’62  Austin G. Tedder ’18  Rev. Edward J. Thompson ’59  Kiel W. Tracy ’09 James M. Ubert ’92 Dale D. Wagner ’71  Leo W. Wehkamp ’72 

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WILLIAM & MARY $1-$249 Dr. Richard R. Babcock, Jr. ’67  Henry K. Benson, III ’62  David M. Braun ’87 Henri Brown ’19  Thomas M. Ford, Jr. ’66 Col. Scott B. McEvoy, Ret. ’71 Dr. Samuel C. Smart ’67 David H. Tikkala ’80 

WISCONSIN $5,000-$9,999 Jere D. Fluno ’63  $2,500-$4,999 Kevin J. Koerner ’84  $1,901-$2,499 Wallace C. Doud ’48  $600-$1,199 Mark C. Santi ’04  $250-$599 Robert N. Beyer ’03  Richard M. Collins ’79  Richard B. Epstein ’93 Christopher Larus ’88  Philip E. Stieg ’74  $1-$249 Gary L. Bezella ’59  Nicholas D. Birney ’18  Jason R. Boatman ’08  William G. Boehm ’64 Keith A. Campbell ’59 Paul C. Gard ’64 Gregory S. Gossard ’01 Matthew J. Groth ’09  David N. Haug ’99 Marlen J. Hoesly ’59  Thomas R. Hughes ’66  Kurt H. Krahn ’52  William E. Martens, M.D. ’59  J. Michael Martyn ’62 Christopher S. Mehring ’93 Thomas N. Neuberger ’66  J. Burton Pierce ’50 David S. Poniewaz ’98 Gordon R. Putz ’66  Paul D. Scharping ’83  Charles A. Zahn ’54

WISCONSIN-OSHKOSH $1-$249 William S. Flaherty ’71  Patrick M. Higgins ’71 Daniel L. Mueller ’70 

WISCONSIN-PLATTEVILLE $1,200-$1,900 Brett A. Gough ’03  Brad D. Polzar ’07  $600-$1,199 Matthew W. Sides ’02 

$250-$599 Bryan W. Kirschbaum ’11 $1-$249 John P. Aspinwall ’05  Jason M. Bednarski ’16  Carter A. Casidy ’16  Steven J. Kittel ’10 Kenneth R. McHone ’06  Mitchel R. Wenzel ’12 Eugene C. Woehrle ’09 Christopher P. Yerges ’09

WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT $250-$599 Barry A. Norem ’68  $1-$249 Warren J. Hillmer ’70 Thomas E. Jensen ’61 Gene R. Splinter ’67

WISCONSIN-STOUT $1-$249 Charles L. Willihnganz, Renaissance

WPI $600-$1,199 Jonathan D. Shoemaker ’09  Daniel P. Sullivan ’12  $250-$599 Charles A. Morse, Jr. ’45  $1-$249 Earl M. Bloom, Jr. ’55 Robert M. Buck ’45 Matthew E. Dei ’96 Conor J. Hoey ’15  Edward M. Mason ’70 David L. Nickerson ’54 Richard G. Perreault ’68  Cornelius W. Spellman, Renaissance Alden F. Tucker ’52  Spiro L. Vrusho ’57  Gregory P. Yekhtikian ’80

WRIGHT STATE $250-$599 Joshua D. Baker ’10  $1-$249 Blake R. Baldwin ’17  Caelan M. Buford ’17  Granger H. Butler ’78 Mark J. Butler ’16  Gavin Doll ’17  Aaron T. Figley ’14 Austin T. Fitch ’17  Tanner K. Higgins ’17  Jacob A. Huber ’18  Eric Maier ’19  Cameron T. Moon ’18  Zach Peck ’17 

Drew A. Ratzel ’17  Steven M. Spohn ’80  Eric C. Sweet ’19 

WYOMING $1,901-$2,499 Keith L. Sapp ’03  $1-$249 Cameron Sloan ’16 

YALE $1-$249 Dr. Douglas A. Berv, Renaissance Matthew B. Eisen ’10

YOUNGSTOWN STATE $1-$249 Robert E. Berquist ’70 Bryce E. Calvin ’97 James A. Colantino ’76  Daniel E. Donatelli ’65 Bruce A. Goff ’71 James M. McGinn, III ’68 David J. Taylor ’77  Dr. Eugene F. Trell ’58 Donald J. Yavorsky ’68

FRIENDS $10,000-$24,999 Marialice Cox  Cal C. Majure  Dr. Ginger Rutherford  Nancy Sutton  $2,500-$4,999 Sara E. Sinclair  Dr. Carolyn Whittier  $1,901-$2,499 Carrie Orn  $1,200-$1,900 Barbara Elliott  Dare Pugh Estok  Betty LeDoux  Terry Turner  $600-$1,199 Matthew Barton  Julian Jelke  Parker Jelke  Michael Levin  William McLaughlin  Dana And Max Newell  Teddi I. Robeson  Mary Beth Tyler  $250-$599 Lawrence L. Biacchi  Pam Bishop Melvin Britton Lauren Campbell Ursula Carbone Mary Suzanne Cox Kevin E. Gartner Mna Geller Judith & William Hardardt +

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through the Sigma Phi Epsilon Education Foundation between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016

Denise Holmes J. A Badeaux, III, MD Sandra Konstanzer Dr. Stephen Maran Robert F. Marchesani, Jr. Andrea & George Miller Stacy D. Nicodemus  Dr. Jennifer Normoyle Michelle Pope Leslie Rutan Robert & Ligia Strauss Kevin Webb Amit & Alana Weinberg Nelson Weller Karen L. Young $1-$249 Philip & Susan Accardi Allison Ackerman James Alexander David Amstutz Mary Angotti Edward Armstrong Robert E. Ball Dr. John Barnett Barbara L. Barton Rebecca Beasley Richard E. Beckett Christopher L. Bender Mary Ellen Benninger Laura Bertorello J. Dennis Bonney Linda Boulay Jan Brammer Ross Braun Meghan M. Buchert Kelli Burrill Patricia Byington Rob & Debra Cheshier Annmarie Chiarini Ronna G. Chrisman Shawn Christianson Charles Chupein James Clarke Kendra Cohen-Cook Lisa Collins Suzanne Conlin Alyson Coutts Marianne Cox Mary Craig Deirdre Cryar Cathy Vellucci Cundiff Hugh A. Curry Laura Curzi Margaret Danley Tony Drake David Dufour Shane & Jean Dunn Darlene E. Edwards Donnell Efferson James Elsman Barbara Ervin Kristal Evans Miss Meriah Fermin

Jill Flewitt Jerry T. Gallagher, Renaissance Jerry And Molly Garau Ricky Gentile Elaine Gillespie Drew Gillespie Betty Goodman Meghan Grace Scott Greb Jenn Harter Dr. Victoria Hawkins Brent Hays David Heinlein Chris Hetzner Jesse Hitt Connie Hoogendoorn Alan Huff Debbie H. Hunt Chuck Jarrett Donna B. Jarvis Jennifer Johnson Kathy Johnston Lauren D. Judson Evan Jurovcik Ted Karnak John Kavanagh Kassie Kissinger Cosgrove Linda Klopfenstein Richard & Marjorie Koenig Quentin Kopp Jeffrey & Christine Krolik Garrett Lacour Bernard Levin Lawrence Lifson Jeffrey R. Liles William S. Lopez Otto Lopez Emily Lowry Andris Macs Karen Mahakian John Mainella Arthur McLean Leslie McPadden Kate M. Mikel William & Teresa Miller Steven Mindt Eddie & Susan Moss Melia H. Motley Foster Murphy Rebecca Musarra Moon Nam Lisa Nguyen John & Darlene Oblak Gregory Obrien Claire Parrish Margaret Pelton Edward Ramsey Dave Rastorfer Cassandra Ratti Melissa Reaves D. Paul Regan Kristen Reid +

Julie Renshaw Kay Robinson Betty Ann Rogers Miss Lauren Roman Julie W. Ross Maria Santopietro Nikki Scalia Bryan Schlake Mindi Seidel Herb Senig Barbara Shanahan  William & Linda Shaw James Shore C. Dennis Simpson Manfred Smith Peter Smithhisler Jack & Susanne Sogard Phyllis Spiegel John & Christine Stout Wayne & Jane Tobac John J. Trill, Jr. Richard Tummons Tyya Turner Lisa Vanderminden Joseph Vasquez Callie Verderosa Jack Vincent Ellen Weiner David & Kathleen Weisenberg Michael & Fran Wells William Wendling Ashley Whitlatch Roger Williams Susan L. Williams Mary Wise Kimberly Wolfert George Wolff Laura Woods Thea Zunick

AVCS AND CORPORATIONS $50,000-$99,999 Indiana Beta AVC  $25,000-$49,999 Hallbrooke Development Group HP, LLC  Michigan Alpha AVC  Oregon Alpha AVC  Red River Tea Company  $10,000-$24,999 EQT Foundation  Sutton Family Foundation  Michigan Theta  Rental Property Trust Account, LLC  SS Sportservice  $5,000-$9,999 ARM Investments LLC  Bank of America  Bolic Enterprises, LLC  CA Century LTD Partnership  California Gamma AVC 


Florida Nu AVC  Health Care Service Corporation  Indiana Alpha AVC  The Williams Companies  Thomas B. Jelke Foundation  Winslow Investments, L.C.  $2,500-$4,999 Capital One Services, LLC  Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Co.  Pennsylvania Nu AVC  Texas Alpha  Texas Alpha AVC  The Carol and Barney Barnett Fund within the GiveWell Community Foundation  Virginia Beta AVC  $1,901-$2,499 Bowen Family Foundation  Verizon Foundation  $1,200-$1,900 Medtronic  MetLife Charity Trust  The GE Foundation  $600-$1,199 Andrews McMeel Universal  Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Gartner Matching Gift Center Indiana Beta  InHome Care, Inc.  MasterCard Matching Gifts Program  Missouri Eta Pennsylvania Tau AVC  Tennessee Beta AVC  Texas Delta AVC  The Coca-Cola Foundation Thrivent Financial Services for Lutherans Wonderful Giving $250-$599 Alabama Beta AVC Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Bank of America Charitable Foundation Bemis Bison Steel Lori Ann Blesch Nelson Booster U.S. Bratton Family Foundation California Psi AVC California Upsilon AVC Crotts Lohrey & Associates, PLLC De Jesus Family Charitable Fund Holmes Murphy & Associates LLC Indiana Delta AVC Iowa Theta AVC Liddy Family Foundation Mastercard PAC Program

Michigan Beta Michigan Theta AVC Moore, O’Brien, Yelenak & Foti Oregon Beta AVC Panera, LLC PepsiCo Ryan Companies, US, Inc. The Curtis L. Carlson Family Foundation University of Rochester Utah Alpha Your Cause/ Electronic Arts Outreach $1-$249 AmazonSmile Foundation American Refining Group, Inc. AON Foundation AXA Foundation BD Associate Matching Gift Program Bristol-Myers Squibb California Beta Alpha  Charity Giving Card Fund Wells Fargo H3 Group, LLC Hewlett Packard Kiwanis Club of Rancho San Diego Law Office of Barry J Sinoway, LLC Louisiana Beta AVC Merck Foundation Morgan Stanley North-American Interfraternity Conference, Inc. Digital Pix Composites Prudential Financial Inc. Pulte Group Robert Half International Inc. Shell Oil Company Foundation Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Food Service South Carolina Alpha  St. Richard’s Episcopal School The Dodd Law Firm The Duke Energy Foundation Matching Gifts Program Ushus Therapy Services, LLC YourCause, LLC Trustee for MasterCard

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Grand President Richard W. Bennet III

LEADERSHIP

Central Missouri ‘74 Co-Chief Executive Officer, CCA Global Partners

Grand Treasurer Christopher L. Bittman

Grand Secretary Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D.

Colorado ‘85 Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Perella Weinberg Partners

Florida International ‘90 President and CEO, t.jelke solutions

David R. Calderon CalPoly-Pomona ‘88 Attorney at Law and Partner, BarthCalderon, LLP

Garry C. Kief

Dr. Cindi Love

Billy D. Maddalon

Daniel W. McVeigh

Bradley C. Nahrstadt

Southern California ‘70 President and CEO, Stiletto Entertainment

Executive Director, ACPA — College Student Educators International

North Carolina State ‘90 Managing Owner, Unique Southern Estates

Texas Wesleyan, ‘90 Senior Vice President, Investments and Wealth Management Advisor, Merrill Lynch

Monmouth, ‘89 President and Managing Partner, Lipe Lyons Murphy Nahrstadt & Pontikis Ltd.

Victor K. Wilson

Student Director Jeffrey A. Back

Student Director John (Jack) L. Emery

Student Director Riley D. Shearer

Cincinnati ‘18

Arizona ‘17

Montana State ‘17

NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS SigEp’s highest governing board helps the Fraternity set and achieve strategic goals related to organizational growth, member development, housing, volunteers, university partnerships and fundraising. National Directors are volunteers elected by the Grand Chapter and are distinguished professionals from the fields of higher education, law, business and finance.

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Georgia Renaissance Vice President for Student Affairs, University of Georgia


EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES Trustees are appointed by the National Board to provide financial and legal oversight of our Educational Foundation’s President Edward H. Hammond, Ph.D. Emporia State ‘66 President Emeritus and Professor of Education, Fort Hays State University

Treasurer Norman E. Nabhan Purdue ‘71 Managing Director, Graystone Consulting

Secretary Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D. Murray State ‘70 First Chair of Excellence Professor in Accountancy, Tennessee State University, Nashville

Gary E. Griffith

Michael C. Williams

assets. Representing the fields of higher education,

Texas-Austin ‘70 President, Today Foundation

Memphis ‘69 Retired Attorney, Evans Petree PC

nonprofit, finance and law, Trustees volunteer their time to ensure that gifts made in support of SigEp’s mission have the greatest possible impact on the lives of our members.

SIGEP NATIONAL HOUSING BOARD As industry experts, SENH Directors administer the Fraternity’s housing loan program and support President Kenneth S. Maddox Oregon State ‘75 Business Manager, Hamilton Construction Company

Timothy J. Harmon Washington ‘82 President, Harmon Construction Company

Vice President Arthur J. (AJ) Siccardi Jr. Florida ‘98 Vice President of Supply & Distribution, RaceTrac Petroleum

Christopher M. McCaw Appalachian State ‘03 Director, Supply Chain Services, Premier, Inc

Secretary/Treasurer Brian C. Warren Jr. Virginia ‘04 CEO, Sigma Phi Epsilon

Kenneth G. Christianson

Clark H. Byrum Indiana ‘57 President, The Key Corporation

Washington State ‘74 President/Owner, Chrishaven Trees

construction, operation and management of SigEp’s housing initiatives. The guidance of these highly engaged volunteers is essential to the success of chapter-level capital campaigns and the growth of our Residential Learning Community program.

Patrick T. Murphy

Jerry A. Smith

John D. Weir

Stephen L. Young

Northeastern ‘10 Regional Supply Manager, RaceTrac Petroleum

Texas-Austin ‘79 President, Treble Enterprises, Inc.

Purdue ‘01 Project Manager, Kelso-Burnett Company

Kansas ‘80 Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of California

To learn more, visit sigep.org/leadership

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WAYS TO GIVE

STOCKS Gifts of stocks or mutual funds are great ways to support SigEp and often provide significant tax benefits for donors. Our Headquarters staff can help you or your financial advisor make these gifts, or you can read more online at sigep.org/givestock.

CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS Many companies will match their employees’ contributions to nonprofits like the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation. Some even match

ONLINE

gifts made by retirees and spouses. Visit sigep.org/match to learn more and see if your company will match your gift.

You can make online gifts quickly and securely with a credit or debit card at sigep.org/give.

BY PHONE

Making a gift in honor or in memory of a brother, family member or friend is a great way to pay tribute to those who have made an impact in

For more information or help making your gift, please contact our

your life. Our Headquarters staff will inform honorees (or living relatives)

Headquarters staff at 804.353.1901.

of your generosity.

RECURRING GIFTS

ENDOWMENTS AND NAMED GIFTS

You can ensure that your record of generous giving continues uninterrupted by

Planned gifts allow you to leave a legacy by making a gift for the future

establishing a recurring gift. Many of SigEp’s most loyal donors set up monthly,

that costs you nothing today. You can make a bequest or gift through

quarterly or annual gifts online at sigep.org/give or by phone at 804.353.1901.

your estate by including a provision in your will or living trust, or by

CASH OR CHECK

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HONOR AND MEMORIAL GIFTS

naming the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy. Donors with documented

You can mail a check, cash or credit card gift to the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational

planned gifts on file with our Educational Foundation are honored

Foundation at 310 South Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23220.

through the Legacy Society.

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE

FINANCE

Brian C. Warren Jr. Virginia ‘04 Chief Executive Officer

Gary Levine Finance Director

brian.warren@sigep.net 804.823.9341

FRATERNITY OPERATIONS

CONTACT US

Kyle Sutton Cincinnati ‘12 Chief Operating Officer kyle.sutton@sigep.net 804.823.9334

FRATERNITY SERVICES Joseph Toth Maryland-College Park ‘14 Fraternity Services Director

FUNDRAISING AND ADVANCEMENT

gary.levine@sigep.net 804.432.6598

Matthew Parrish Georgia ‘08 Director of Advancement

PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

matt.parrish@sigep.net 804.510.0032

Stacy Nicodemus, CMP Programs and Events Director stacy.nicodemus@sigep.net 804.510.0014

VOLUNTEERS

Emily Lowry, M.S. Donor Services and Stewardship Manager emily.lowry@sigep.net 804.286.2787

Archie Messersmith, M.S. Samford ‘99 Volunteer Services Director

Nicolaus J. Collins San Diego ‘14 Director of Annual Giving

archie.messersmith@sigep.net 804.286.2853

nick.collins@sigep.net 804.823.9493

Lee Stewart, M.B.A. Virginia Commonwealth ‘10 Associate Director of Advancement lee.stewart@sigep.net 804.823.9476

HOUSING Daniel P. Sullivan WPI ‘12 SENH Managing Director daniel.sullivan@sigep.net 804.823.9479

Jacob K. Bredstrand Washington State ‘11 Associate Director of Advancement jake.bredstrand@sigep.net 804.205.2096 Kevin Knudson Nebraska ‘15 Advancement Officer kevin.knudson@sigep.net 804.297.4927

joe.toth@sigep.net 804.823.9485

SigEp’s Headquarters staff is responsible for the daily operations of the Fraternity, SigEp National Housing and Educational Foundation. Our team is passionate about Building Balanced Men and approaches everything we do with a desire to improve the SigEp experience. We are committed to operating transparently and working collaboratively with volunteers and campus partners to reach these goals. Want to achieve more through your giving? We’d love to help.

FOR A FULL LIST OF HQ STAFF MEMBERS, VISIT SIGEP.ORG/STAFF We have worked diligently to include accurate and complete donor information in this report. If you notice a mistake or omission, please let us know so we can correct our records. Contact Emily Lowry at 804.286.2787 or emily.lowry@sigep.net.

To learn more, visit sigep.org/staff

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2016 Annual Report  
2016 Annual Report