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ANNUAL REPORT 2015


FROM THE GRAND PRESIDENT

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e exist to build character, to strengthen values, to be a laboratory for leadership skills development, and to hone the social skills that are so critical to success but can’t be taught in a classroom. At colleges and universities across the country, we are filling significant voids in the student experience and delivering on a commitment to serve as a valued partner in higher education. We are providing highachieving young men with the continuous development essential to leading happy and meaningful lives. Early in SigEp’s history, we set our sights on becoming the premier college fraternity. Today, it is clear that goal has been attained. However, a deteriorating Greek system requires us to think bigger. We can no longer be satisfied with being the best fraternity. SigEp must be the leader of all campus organizations. Our success as an organization is determined in large part by the donors and volunteers who invest in our undergraduate brothers and the programs that define their college years. In our 2014-2015 fiscal year, our alumni, volunteers, parents and friends gave $2.9 million in support of the SigEp experience, a 12.7 percent growth in giving relative to last year. This generosity has strengthened our brand-defining Balanced Man Program through improved education and resources, well-trained volunteers, increased staff support, and chapter facilities that foster healthy living and academic success. The transformative impact of the BMP is undeniable, and our undergraduate brothers made it the official development model for all SigEp chapters at our 2015 Conclave.

An increase in donor support also led to an expansion of programs that complement the BMP and accelerate the development of our brothers. At EDGE, Carlson Leadership Academy, Ruck Leadership Institute, Life After College and the Tragos Quest to Greece, our brothers developed the advanced leadership and social skills required to lead their peers and serve global communities. With the support of annual giving, enrollment in these programs grew by 12.5 percent this year to reach 7,551 emerging leaders. Your investment in SigEp means that more college men are seeking out our Fraternity. Today, our undergraduate membership is the largest it’s been in more than two decades and totaled 15,421 at the end of last year. The academic achievement of our brothers is also climbing, and the average chapter GPA reached a historic high of 3.15 for the 2014-2015 school year. I dream of a time when every university wants a SigEp chapter on their campus because they believe passionately in the value we provide to their educational process and campus culture. Our Balanced Man Program, Residential Learning Communities and nationally acclaimed leadership events have given us a strong start. However, a transformational and permanent expansion of these programs is constrained by funding each year. In order for SigEp to achieve its full potential, we cannot rely on undergraduate fees to support more than 80 percent of the SigEp experience. We have important work ahead of us as an organization, and over the next several years we will embark on efforts to dramatically increase the size of our grant through both annual giving and endowments. In doing so, we will expand the impact of programs

that are producing the world’s next generation of values-based leaders. Together, we will ensure that every brother receives robust educational opportunities throughout their college careers, experiences accelerated development through regional and national leadership events, and is supported by living-learning environments that rival the models established at Oxford and Cambridge. I’m proud of all that we are already doing to make this happen, and I’m honored to be able to share some of those stories in this year’s annual report. None of them would be possible without your support and the generosity of thousands of donors and volunteers who believe in what we do and in our potential to do even more. Fraternally,

Richard W. Bennet III Grand President


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BY THE NUMBERS A summary of your giving

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YOUR IMPACT Chapter programs, leadership events and scholarships supported by you

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NEW ENDOWMENTS Team Hartman and The Phillip A. Cox Volunteer Institute

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REPORT CARD Chapter participation in SigEp programs, attendance at leadership events and performance

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HOOP OF STEEL SOCIETY Recognizing undergraduate donors

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BOARD OF GOVERNORS Recognizing annual leadership donors to SigEp

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LEGACY SOCIETY Recognizing our estate donors

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2014-15 DONOR LIST Recognizing all of our 2014-15 donors by chapter

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

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WAYS TO GIVE

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CONTACT US

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BY THE NUMBERS $2,818,370 $78,926

2014-2015 FUNDRAISING SUMMARY

CASH AND STOCK

LEGACY GIFTS

$11,480 $8,980 CORPORATE MATCHING

IN-KIND GIFTS

2 917,756 TOTAL GIVING

$ , 2014-2015 GIVING BY FUNDS

DONOR SUMMARY

ALUMNI: 3,025 DONORS / $2,572,083 BOARDS AND STAFF*: 86 DONORS / $180,514

CHAPTER AND NAMED SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS $1,077,174 / 755 DONORS RESIDENTIAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES $959,931 / 258 DONORS ANNUAL FUND AND LEADERSHIP EVENT GIFTS $880,651 / 3,217 DONORS

AVCs AND PRIVATE CORPORATIONS: 29 DONORS / $91,651 FRIENDS OF SIGEP: 78 DONORS / $55,274 UNDERGRADUATES: 767 DONORS / $18,234

*Includes Fraternity, Foundation and SigEp National Housing Boards

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All figures are unofficial until our annual audit is completed by Cherry Bekaert LLP.


2014-2015 FUND ALLOCATION

*This grant is awarded to the Fraternity to fund SigEp’s nationally recognized leadership events and support the growth of chapter programs like the Balanced Man Program and Residential Learning Communities. **Residential Learning Community grants allow alumni to support housing initiatives, faculty fellow and resident scholar programs, and other academic programs.

$1,110,812

$1,340,113

LEADERSHIP GRANT*

$541,574

RESIDENTIAL LEARNING COMMUNITY GRANTS**

CHAPTER AND NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS

2013-2014 $1,000,000

2014-2015 $1,110,812

2012-2013 $680,000

LEADERSHIP GRANT

2009-2010 $240,000

2010-2011 $360,000

2011-2012 $400,000

3.15

3.15

10000

Conclave

15500

Non-Conclave

3.14 3.13

YOUR DOLLARS AT WORK

7,551

7500

3.12

15300 15200

3.11

5000

15100

3.1

15000

3.09

2500

14900

3.08 3.07

15,421

15400

14800 ‘09-’10 ‘10-’11 ‘11-’12 ‘12-’13 ‘13-’14 ‘14-’15 GRADE POINT AVERAGE

0

‘09-’10 ‘10-’11 ‘11-’12 ‘12-’13

‘13-’14 ‘14-’15

LEADERSHIP EVENT ATTENDANCE

14700

‘09-’10 ‘10-’11 ‘11-’12 ‘12-’13 ‘13-’14 ‘14-’15 UNDERGRADUATE BROTHERS

BY THE NUMBERS

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Your Impact

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VALUED PARTNER IN HIGHER EDUCATION Ninety percent of college takes place outside of classroom walls. Those who spend that 90 percent with SigEp are enjoying a better start to college, greater personal and professional growth, and a more successful transition to life after college. Because of your support, SigEp is forever changing the lives of the brothers who spend their college years with us.

The chapter programs, leadership events and scholarships made possible through your generosity are filling a critical void felt by students, administration and faculty. Your impact can be seen through the stories shared in this year’s annual report, as well as the thousands more that are written on campuses across the country every year.

YOUR IMPACT

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BALANCED MAN PROGRAM SigEp’s Balanced Man Program is helping students achieve more in college, discover their passions and plan for their futures. At the core of chapter life, the Balanced Man Program provides the structure, support and guidance required to navigate the 90 percent of college spent outside of classroom walls. With a focus on scholarship, leadership and life skills, the program teaches brothers to lead and speak in front of a crowd, to work effectively with their peers and achieve their highest academic potential.

Alumni, volunteers and university faculty serve as mentors in the program, and progressive challenges provide brothers the opportunity to develop throughout their college years. Upon graduation, our brothers are prepared to succeed and achieve balance in every aspect of their post-collegiate lives.

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I didn’t know anyone when I moved here from Costa Rica, but my brothers gave me a sense of belonging to something bigger than myself. I’ve learned to cherish the Balanced Man Program because it has completely reshaped my college experience, my way of thinking and provided me so many different opportunities. I know that no matter where I go in the world, the lessons I’ve learned from SigEp will guide me to success. — Carlos Soto, Loyola Marymount ‘16


Sigma Phi Epsilon was specifically identified as an organization we were

CONTINUING TO LEAD AS A FRATERNITY OF FIRSTS

interested in joining the university, in

The Balanced Man Program has positioned SigEp as a leader in higher education, and a 2015 Conclave vote made the program the official development model of all SigEp chapters. With the milestone legislation, SigEp became the first national fraternity to remove pledging with an undergraduate vote. SigEp is responding to undergraduate and volunteer calls for additional Balanced Man Program training and resources. Last year, brothers saw improved service from regional directors, new education at Carlson Leadership Academies and resources to help guide brothers through the program’s curriculum. Gifts to SigEp’s Annual Fund support further education for undergraduates and volunteers.

large part because of the way in which the organization expresses its values through programs like the Balanced Man Program. —Karen Whitney, Ph.D., President, Clarion University Through the Balanced Man Program, SigEp chapters are able to support the academic mission of an institution while offering a variety of experiences

15,421

67

3.15

UNDERGRADUATE BROTHERS

AVERAGE CHAPTER SIZE

GRADE POINT AVERAGE

for its members. … At Valpo, we value leadership and service, which are both core principles of the Balanced Man Program. This makes SigEp an excellent complement to the overall Valpo experience. —Mark A. Heckler, Ph.D., President, Valparaiso University

To learn more, visit sigep.org/bmp

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RESIDENTIAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES Brothers at Residential Learning Community chapters have higher grades and are more engaged on campus. The Residential Learning Community program expands upon traditional residential college models from Oxford and Cambridge to provide unparalleled access to university faculty and high-achieving peers. Faculty fellows and resident scholars teach classes, host office hours and help brothers develop life skills they need to succeed after graduation, all within the chapter’s home. These state-of-the-art facilities provide premier student housing for undergraduate SigEps and live-in graduate advisors. They include classrooms, faculty office space and dedicated study rooms. Today, 50 chapters are accredited through a rigorous RLC application process, and elements of the program are being supported by Foundation grants at chapters nationwide. Gifts from alumni and friends support the four core areas of these living-learning communities: premier Balanced Man Program experiences, university partnerships supported by faculty fellows, strong networks of volunteer support, and physical environments conducive to academic success.

From the moment a student enters our RLC, they are flooded with opportunities and resources that will help them succeed. Living in an RLC has helped me develop the habits and skills that set me apart from my peers. —Ryan Peebles, Illinois ‘17 8

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3.25 AVERAGE RLC GPA COMPARED TO 3.15 FOR ALL CHAPTERS

Dr. Deb Mullen works alongside co-faculty fellow Patrice Berger, Ph.D., Director of the University Honors Program at Nebraska-Lincoln, and resident scholar Tony Lazarowicz, Ph.D., Nebraska Renaissance, to lead two university-accredited courses inside the Nebraska Alpha RLC. The team also provides ongoing academic support and has helped facilitate unique learning experiences like an annual study abroad program in the Amazon Rainforest. The RLC’s programs and facilities are supported by generous gifts from alumni and friends. SigEp’s RLC program creates a unique synergy between the goals of higher education and the Cardinal Principles of the Fraternity. SigEp adds value to the campus community, and the academic community helps these men become engaged scholars. Scholarship, leadership, intellectual

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excellence and integrity; it all comes

UNIVERSITY COURSES PROVIDED BY SIGEP CHAPTERS*

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

together in the RLC design. —Deb Mullen, Ph.D., Associate Dean of the College of Education,

155 FACULTY FELLOWS & RESIDENT SCHOLARS

*Data compiled in biennial application for SigEp’s Buchanan Cup.

To learn more, visit sigep.org/rlc

RESIDENTIAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES

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VOLUNTEER EDUCATION SigEp volunteers provide critical mentorship and support for undergraduates. Our volunteers offer new perspectives, insight and consistency. They serve as role models. And they help undergraduates overcome obstacles, avoid life-altering mistakes and accomplish goals that might otherwise seem out of reach. Their involvement contributes to the stability of our chapters and the success of our brothers. This year, SigEp volunteers had more opportunities to develop skills needed to be highly effective mentors. Expanded volunteer training at Carlson Leadership Academies and new, regional “Drive-Ins” made in-person education more accessible than ever. New volunteers found immediate support through the Training in Ten video series and new onboarding programs for chapter counselors and balanced man stewards. Volunteer education is funded in part by gifts to our Annual Fund. Brothers and friends determined to ensure the availability and growth of these opportunities over time are building an endowment named in honor of Past Grand President Phillip Cox (see page 31 for more).

As a new chapter counselor, and as a volunteer getting back involved, I’m definitely glad I attended this training … I am better prepared to have the important—but often difficult—conversations on topics like sexual assault prevention. —Matt McKnight, Nevada-Reno ’07

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2,425 TOTAL NUMBER OF CHAPTER VOLUNTEERS


As a higher education professional, I see college men are dealing with more problems than ever before and that they need volunteers and mentors. I wouldn’t be the type of professional, man and father I am today without the support of the mentors that volunteered their time for me, and that’s why I volunteer today. It’s important for us to give back to the next generation and help young men stay on the right path. —Victor Wilson, Georgia Renaissance, Ed.M., V.P. for Student Affairs, University of Georgia, National Director, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

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3,125

IN-PERSON TRAININGS

VIRTUAL TRAININGS

To learn more, visit sigep.org/volunteer

VOLUNTEER EDUCATION

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EDGE EDGE is preparing young men to approach their college years with purpose and meaning. Students face unique challenges as they adjust to college: the pressures to “fit in,” to drink alcohol, or to use drugs, and the stresses of balancing academics, extracurriculars, on- and off-campus jobs, and a new social life. At EDGE, SigEp’s newest brothers learn how to overcome obstacles like these and create healthy habits for a lifetime of achievement. Brothers return to campus with a greater understanding of their environments, their ability to influence others and the importance of living SigEp’s values. This high-energy, overnight program is filled with teambuilding activities and small-group discussions that teach self-awareness and sound decision-making. Gifts to SigEp’s Annual Fund make EDGE possible, and recent giving resulted in the addition of eight new programs and a record high enrollment. A total of 61 EDGE programs gave 3,888 new brothers the chance to experience their first national leadership event and connect with brothers, alumni and volunteers from neighboring chapters. The program is now overseen by New Member Orientation Director Meghan Grace, M.A., who comes to SigEp from the University of Arizona, where she led a three-level leadership development program for first-year students.

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PERCENTAGE OF NEW MEMBERS REACHED BY EDGE

EDGE helped me realize my full potential and taught me how to reach it in the future. The conversations we had taught me how to set my goals, what hardships to expect along the way and how to ask for help from my brothers. —Nick Hymanson, North Carolina State ‘18

70% 60% 50%

REACHING MORE BROTHERS EACH YEAR

40%

SigEp donors have made it possible to increase the percentage of new members attending EDGE, even as membership numbers continue to climb.

30% 20% 10% 0% ‘09-’10 ‘10-’11 ‘11-’12 ‘12-’13 ‘13-’14 ‘14-’15

4000

25 20

3000 EDGE ATTENDANCE

2500

15 INSURANCE CLAIMS

2000

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1500 1000

INSURANCE CLAIMS

EDGE ATTENDANCE

3500

5

500 0 ‘00-’01

0 ‘01-’02

‘02-’03

‘03-’04

‘04-’05

‘05-’06

‘06-’07

‘07-’08

‘08-’09

‘09-’10

‘10-’11

‘11-’12

‘12-’13

‘13-’14

HELPING BROTHERS MAKE BETTER CHOICES EDGE participants are better prepared to recognize and avoid risky behaviors that could put them or their peers in harm’s way. Since the program’s launch, SigEp has seen a significant decrease in the number of insurance claims made each year. To learn more, visit sigep.org/edge

EDGE

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CARLSON LEADERSHIP ACADEMY Brothers are empowered to lead their chapters and transform their campus communities at Carlson Leadership Academies. SigEp chapters are filling a void in higher education and challenging the perceived limitations of a fraternity experience. At Carlson Leadership Academies, chapter leaders develop the skills and confidence required to support a transformative SigEp experience. They receive hands-on education in effective chapter leadership, Balanced Man Program implementation, goal setting and project management. The academies are 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. Today, the Carlson Leadership Academies are supported by gifts to SigEp’s Annual Fund, and donor generosity helped support a record-breaking enrollment of 2,837 this year.

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96%

1 in 2

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

UNDERGRADUATES ENROLLED IN CARLSON WERE NEW LEADERS SERVING IN NONOFFICER ROLES


Carlson helped our executive committee remember what matters most during our tenure —integrating SigEp’s Cardinal Principles into our leadership styles and the direction of the chapter. After Carlson, we created a plan aimed at providing academic assistance and resources to our members, and our efforts led to a .2 increase in chapter GPA this year. —Austin Dean, San Diego State ‘16

2800

CARLSON GROWS AS TRAINING GROUND FOR CURRENT AND FUTURE LEADERS

2700

A growing number of new and rising chapter leaders are seeking the education delivered at these academies, even before assuming an elected office. Chapters sending current and future officers have easier transitions and more leaders on hand to support initiatives like the Balanced Man Program.

2500

2,837 2,701

2600

2,625

2,638

2,558

2400 2300

CARLSON ENROLLMENT

2,295

2200 2100 2000 ‘09-’10

‘10-’11

‘11-’12

To learn more, visit sigep.org/carlson

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‘14-’15

CARLSON LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

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RUCK LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE During an intensive five-day program, Ruck Scholars identify their true potential and develop a framework for mastering exemplary practices of leadership. SigEp’s top-performing undergraduates overcome perceived limitations and establish the skills required to lead meaningful and lasting change in their chapters, campuses and communities. The curriculum draws from the worldrenowned book, “The Leadership Challenge,” co-authored by Brother Barry Posner, California-Santa Barbara ’70. Prominent alumni serve as faculty and mentors for this lifechanging event that teaches the few to impact the many. Donors supporting SigEp’s Annual Fund make the Ruck Leadership Institute possible, including Ruck sponsors who provide scholarships to offset fees for deserving brothers each year. 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.

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”

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Not only did Ruck allow me to collaborate with great men, we also built connections, friendships and brotherhood. I learned a great deal about my leadership skills and a great deal about myself. I can confidently say I now have the tools to be a better leader in my chapter and community because of my Ruck experience. —Josue Garcia, California-Davis ‘17

100%

OF RUCK SCHOLARS REPORT RETURNING TO THEIR CAMPUSES WITH GREATER SELF-CONFIDENCE, BIGGER GOALS AND THE LEADERSHIP ABILITIES REQUIRED TO IMPLEMENT POSITIVE CHANGE

To learn more, visit sigep.org/ruck

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LIFE AFTER COLLEGE SIGEP MAKING A DIFFERENCE SigEp is giving undergraduates the life skills and career insights they need for post-collegiate success. During this two-day leadership event, brothers connect with career coaches, sharpen interview skills and explore professional opportunities that await them after college. Sessions on personal finance, self-reliance and personal branding help brothers maintain life balance and stay true to their values while pursuing professional goals. This year, more than 250 alumni, volunteers, local business leaders and human resource professionals provided one-onone mentoring and group coaching. Each program offered a SigEp-exclusive career fair where brothers put networking skills into action, learned about specific industries and company cultures, and met with potential employers like General Motors, Lockheed Martin, EY, Edward Jones, Merrill Lynch, St. Jude Medical, Pfizer, IBM, LinkedIn, Box, Accenture, Corporate Executive Board, Domino’s Pizza, Dot Foods, GEICO, NCAA and Under Armour. They also met with government agencies like the Senate Finance Committee and the FBI, as well as recruiters from top law school like Washington University in St. Louis and University of Michigan.

My company looks for virtue and diligence when we are hiring young

82% OF UNDERGRADUATES SAID LIFE AFTER COLLEGE OFFERS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THEY CAN’T FIND ON CAMPUS

49 COMPANIES PARTICIPATED IN THIS YEAR’S LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

As a sales and consulting executive, I’ve leveraged the best corporate

professionals. SigEp develops both of these, so it only makes sense to

HR hiring programs, and the value provided by Life After College is world-

attend Life After College and other SigEp career fairs.

class. Brothers become highly equipped as a result of the networking, job

—Josh Hodnichak, Case Western ‘10, Account Executive,

search strategies and career advice. Simply put, the lessons learned at Life

Corporate Verticals, Box

After College provide the fuel for SigEp’s future professionals and leaders! —Steve Thompson, National Director, Strategic Cloud Applications, Salesforce

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Life After College can be directly attributed to me gaining employment upon graduation. The advanced interviewing seminar is what helped me the most. Knowing what questions to ask and how to follow up is, in my opinion, why I got the job. —Shane Mukherjee, Houston ’15 ONLY 23% OF EMPLOYERS FEEL THAT COLLEGE GRADUATES ARE PREPARED TO APPLY THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS TO THE REAL WORLD.

CENTER FOR COLLEGE AFFORDABILITY AND PRODUCTIVITY

ABOUT FIVE MILLION COLLEGE GRADUATES ARE IN JOBS THAT REQUIRE LESS THAN A HIGH-SCHOOL EDUCATION.

EARNINGS FOR AMERICANS BETWEEN 18 AND 34 ARE DOWN 9.3% (AFTER ADJUSTMENT FOR INFLATION) IN JUST A DECADE—THE LOWEST SINCE 1980.

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

To learn more, visit sigep.org/lac

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

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GRAND CHAPTER CONCLAVE SigEp is leading major, positive change for the Greek world. Helping kick off a new school year, SigEp’s 54th Conclave 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 an undergraduate coalition that wrote and built support for legislation aligning 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 this year. Every two years, brothers and friends gather at Conclave to celebrate the past and chart a course for SigEp’s future. Gifts to SigEp’s Annual Fund support educational programs like the career preparedness, leadership and personal development education provided at Conclave.

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Without this scholarship, I would not have been able to attend Conclave. I had the opportunities to network with other brothers, witness groundbreaking legislation and learn from the educational programming. Hearing about the accomplishments of brothers from across the country motivated me to think bigger about how I can help my chapter and the Fraternity as a whole. This will certainly be a highlight of my undergraduate career. —Adam Medick, Northern Iowa ‘16

$88,755

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WERE RAISED TO SEND UNDERGRADUATES TO SIGEP’S 54TH CONCLAVE

CONCLAVE SCHOLARSHIPS WERE AWARDED BY THE NUTS! MCAULIFFE SOCIETY

To learn more, visit sigep.org/conclave

GRAND CHAPTER CONCLAVE

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TRAGOS QUEST TO GREECE This ten-day journey 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 role that Greek philosophy, government and the arts played in the founding of western democracy and the American college fraternity. Brothers explore Greek culture and contemplate the origins of SigEp’s values and the Balanced Man Ideal. In addition to stays in Athens, Delphi and Nauplion, the 2015 program added visits to Salamis, an active archaeological dig at Olympus, the battlefield at Marathon, and a meeting with the former Minister for Culture and Tourism of Greece, Pavios Yeroulanos. 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.

There is no analogue for this experience anywhere else in the Fraternity world. Quite simply, the Tragos Quest is a singular vision and achievement — it takes young men at the top of their game and transports them, physically and mentally, to the birthplace of ideas that so many of us take for granted, to civilization’s cradle, and to the roots of the most important questions in fraternity life. —Darren J. N. Middleton, Ph.D., Texas Christian Renaissance, Honors Faculty Fellow and Professor of Religion, Texas Christian, Tragos Quest to Greece Professor

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It is truly astounding how bonds that can take months to create were formed within just a few days. We learned not only from each other, but also from the captivating country of Greece. I believe SigEp’s ideals and Cardinal Principles are universal—establishing a lifestyle that builds spirited, balanced men. —Kris Alvarez, Stevens Tech ’16

TRAGOS QUEST TO GREECE SCHOLARS

Kristopher Alvarez Stevens Tech ’16 Biomedical Engineering 3.61 GPA Joshua Antonious North Carolina-Charlotte ’16 Business Administration, Operation Supply Chain Management 3.60 GPA Ryan Bixler Ohio State ’16 Marketing 3.52 GPA Timothy Cedrone New Hampshire ’17 Sociology, International Affairs 3.00 GPA John Emery Arizona ’17 Finance, Entrepreneurship 3.66 GPA

Jason Esau Murray State ’16 Organizational Communication 3.79 GPA Thomas Godlewski Loras ’17 International Studies 3.80 GPA Benjamin Hutto South Carolina ’16 Finance, Real Estate 3.73 GPA Kevin Madden South Florida ’16 Biomedical Sciences 3.30 GPA Brian Michalka Rensselaer ’16 Materials Engineering 3.85 GPA

David Miller Western Kentucky ’16 Civil Engineering 3.04 GPA

John Rumbelow Arkansas ’16 Finance, Economics 3.31 GPA

Cole Owens Emory ’16 Biology 3.80 GPA

Riley Shearer Montana State ’17 Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry and Economics 4.00 GPA

Tarin Phillips Iowa State ’16 Kinesiology Pre-Health Professions 3.83 GPA

Matteo Valles Georgia Tech ’17 Mechanical Engineering 3.83 GPA

Ryan Pitzer Washington State ’17 Mechanical Engineering 3.90 GPA

Alexander Wisniewski Toledo ’16 Biology 3.60 GPA

Spencer Ruchti Montana ’16 English Creative Writing English Literature 3.76 GPA

To learn more, visit sigep.org/quest

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NATIONAL COMPETITION SCHOLARSHIPS Each year the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation awards 20 scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each to SigEp undergraduates who have 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 has given me the confidence and financial support I need to pursue my career and education. As a product of this program, I feel I represent SigEp’s immense dedication to helping students obtain their dreams and succeed in life. —Jason Hoop, Florida Gulf Coast ’15, MBA Candidate, Lutgert College of Business

2014-15 NATIONAL COMPETITION SCHOLARS

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Beshoy Hanna Cleveland State ‘15 Biology 3.76 GPA VP of Programming

Jack Jamison Oklahoma ‘16 Engineering 3.65 GPA President

Jordan Nation Florida Gulf Coast ‘15 Communication 3.90 GPA VP of Communications

Michael Welch Marquette ‘16 Public Relations/English 3.60 GPA President

Joseph Baker Central Arkansas ‘15 Physical Therapy 3.82 GPA President

Scott Berndt Missouri State ‘15 Economics 3.96 GPA VP of Member Development

Michael Cerjance North Dakota ‘16 Biology 3.66 GPA President

Tanner Elrod Northern Kentucky ‘16 English 3.76 GPA VP of Communications

Jason Hoop Florida Gulf Coast ‘15 Biochemistry 3.82 GPA President

Christopher John Ohio State ‘16 Finance 3.63 GPA President

Noah Remnick Yale ‘15 Journalism 3.85 GPA VP of Community Service

Ryan Woodward Fresno State ‘16 Marketing 3.82 GPA President

Jason Bennett Connecticut ‘15 Molecular Biology 3.60 GPA Varsity Crew Executive Board

CJ Cahill Christopher Newport ‘16 Neurobiology 3.93 GPA Chaplain

Aaron Cromer Oklahoma State ‘16 Finance 3.96 GPA VP of Finance

Nathan Garbig Northern Kentucky ‘16 Public Relations 4.00 GPA VP of Member Development

Cole Howie Alabama ‘16 Economics 4.00 GPA Student Government Association

Kyle McNett Drake ‘15 Pharmacy 3.62 GPA President

Colin Walmsley Dartmouth ‘15 Anthropology 3.91 GPA Rhodes Scholar

Cole Wujek Maryland-College Park ‘16 Accounting 3.90 GPA House Manager

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ZOLLINGER SCHOLARSHIPS

I am extremely honored to have won the Zollinger Scholarship award, but I believe the credit should go to the brothers that have pushed me to achieve my goals over the last two years. This award is proof that with a commitment to brotherhood, we can accomplish anything we set our minds to. It is a significant milestone on my path to becoming a better brother within my own chapter and a better leader in my community.

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, their 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 chapter 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.

—Camden Buchanan, Washington ’17

2014-15 ZOLLINGER SENIORS Evan Autry Nevada-Reno ’15

Jonathan Cole San Diego State ’15

Max Fowler South Carolina ’15

Bruce Jacobson Texas Tech ’15

Andrew Lipinski Monmouth ’15

Carlos Romero South Florida ’15

Joseph Baker Central Arkansas ’15

Kevin Connelly Delaware ’15

Michael Gandara Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ’15

Mitchell Klein Washington ’15

Steve Love West Chester ’15

Jeremy Tipton West Virginia ’15

Michael Baron Emory ’15

Nicholas Dorner Toledo ’15

Zac Gillman Austin Peay State ’15

Jeremy Lakin NYU ’15

Graham Naasz Kansas ’15

Lucas VanEgtern Wisconsin-Platteville ’15

Alexander Bernstein Massachusetts ’15

Jack Edgar William & Mary ’15

Joshua Hood Indiana State ’15

Alex Lin Rensselaer ’15

Michael Paciero Lawrence Tech ’15

Casey Zimmerman Missouri S&T ’15

To learn more, visit sigep.org/scholarships

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HICKS SCHOLARSHIPS As a sophomore in college, Thomas O. Hicks, TexasAustin ‘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 poor start. These scholarships go to SigEp juniors who have significantly improved their GPA since their freshman year. “I started the Hicks Scholars program 20 years ago to provide a small incentive for brothers to ‘turn it up’ their sophomore year, which hopefully gives them a shot at the GPAs needed to take the next step,” said Hicks. He is a Life Trustee of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation, has been the owner of the Texas Rangers and Dallas Stars, and is chairman and chief executive officer of Hicks Holdings LLC, a private investment firm based in Dallas.

The Hicks Scholarship impacted me in a way that not many people would understand. I went through a tough adjustment period my freshmen year, and my GPA suffered from that. … My experience has taught me the importance of realizing when you need help, and how to ask for it. The Hicks Scholarship showed me that no matter how low I was, I was able to rise back up and become a better person. —Dexter Emch, Toledo ’16

2014-15 HICKS SCHOLARS Israel Almeida Pepperdine ‘16 Finance, 3.53 GPA

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Dexter Emch Toledo ‘16 Criminal Justice, 3.86 GPA

John Fletcher Texas-Austin ‘16 Management, 3.3 GPA

Nathan Murphy Clarion ‘16 Business Administration, 3.75 GPA

Eric Trudrung Evansville ‘16 Criminal Justice, 3.63 GPA


I want to thank SigEp and Brothers Clayton and Doud for honoring Max and me with this award. The scholarship helps us pay for our continuing education and gives us a chance to give back to our chapter. As soon as we received the award, Max and I both decided to give a portion of it to our chapter’s Balanced 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 ’15 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.

CLAYTON-DOUD AWARD 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 to help other people, that’s your highest calling. The Clayton-Doud Award is a manifestation of what is in our Ritual. When a brother falls by the wayside, it is another brother who picks him up and helps him to recover. —Wallace C. Doud, Wisconsin ’48

To learn more, visit sigep.org/scholarships

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STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP 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.

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As a first-generation college student from a family with low incomes and big hearts, this Study Abroad Scholarship has brought my dream of pursuing an international education closer to fruition. The scholarship gave me the opportunity to shadow physicians in Cuenca, España. I am forever grateful for the generosity and the impact it will have on me when I enter the medical community. —Justin Remmell, Louisville ‘15


I am extremely honored and humbled to have received the inaugural Frank Rader Memorial Wrestling Award. I would not be in the position I am in today without the supportive environment and role models I’ve found in SigEp. The greatest benefit of the award has been the number of relationships formed with SigEps who share my passion for the Fraternity and wrestling. —Matthew Davis, Ohio State ’17

A SigEp Ruck Scholar and collegiate wrestler, Davis maintains a 3.94 GPA as a biomedical science major with a minor in economics.

FRANK RADER MEMORIAL WRESTLING AWARD 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 annual 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. “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.

To learn more, visit sigep.org/scholarships

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TEAM HARTMAN ENDOWMENT The Team Hartman Endowment honors Past Grand President John W. Hartman, Missouri ’61, for the crucial role he played in co-founding the Frank J. Ruck Leadership Institute. Since the program’s founding in 1999, Hartman has returned every summer to personally mentor a group of undergraduates, sharing the wisdom he’s gained from a lifetime of service to SigEp. Over the last 16 years, nearly 2,000 undergraduates have attended Ruck. Those assigned to the ‘Red Group,’ a team of 20 scholars, have studied under Hartman himself. The campaign raised more than $500,000 in gifts and pledges, and will support the attendance of 20 Ruck Scholars in perpetuity. Hartman’s group of 20 scholars was permanently renamed “Team Hartman.”

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To learn more, visit sigep.org/teamhartman

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


PHILLIP A. COX VOLUNTEER INSTITUTE Evan Autry Nevada-Reno ’15

Joseph Baker Central Arkansas ’15 Michael Baron Emory ’15 Alexander Bernstein

When lifetime volunteer Phillip A. Cox, Indiana ’84, Massachusetts ’15 Jonathan Cole was elected Grand President in 2013, he reminded the San Diego State ’15 Fraternity that a group of dedicated volunteers can be Kevin Connelly found behind every great chapter and SigEp success Delaware ’15 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. Despite battling cancer throughout his term as Grand President, Cox was relentless about 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.

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.

NEW ENDOWMENT

—Chris Bittman, Colorado ‘85 To learn more, visit sigep.org/cox

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SigEp donors provide our brothers with unique and invaluable opportunities to develop as leaders and balanced men. It is no coincidence that chapters taking advantage of these opportunities outperform their peers. The following report card provides a snapshot of each active chapter’s participation in SigEp programs and leadership events. Also displayed are measures of performance seen through GPA, recruitment and retention of members, and Buchanan Cup awards for chapter excellence.

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TRAGOS

TOTAL

1

0

0

54

3.45

123

Alaska-Fairbanks

0

1

0

0

0

1

*

4

American

10

1

0

0

0

11

3.42

53

Arizona

38

21

1

0

1

61

3.39

86

Arizona State

29

8

0

0

0

37

3.21

120

Arkansas

53

16

1

4

1

75

3.16

150

Arkansas Tech †

0

4

1

0

0

5

*

Auburn

15

11

1

0

0

27

2.77

Austin Peay State

14

9

1

0

0

24

Babson

11

9

0

0

0

20

2.98

48

3.18

45

Baker

0

6

1

0

0

7

3.23

31

9

6

0

1

0

16

3.43

32

Ball State

18

16

1

4

0

39

2.78

55

Barton

5

16

0

0

0

21

2.8

24

Baylor

17

7

0

30

0

54

2.89

59

REPORT CARD KEY

Boston C.

5

6

1

1

0

13

3.47

38

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

Boston University

21

12

0

0

0

33

3.29

75

Bowling Green State

18

20

1

0

0

39

2.91

68

Bradley

20

9

1

0

0

30

3.06

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2015 BUC CUP

LAC

5

MANPOWER

RUCK

48

Fall 2014 GPA

CARLSON

Alabama

RLC

CHAPTER

EDGE

REPORT CARD

Bucknell

17

8

0

0

0

25

3.28

83

Cal State-San Bernardino

19

12

1

0

0

32

2.99

61

Cal State-Northridge

21

11

1

0

0

33

2.85

69

California-Berkeley

33

7

0

0

0

40

3.34

64

California-Davis

0

13

2

0

0

15

2.8

12

California-Irvine

20

7

1

0

0

28

2.97

52

California-Riverside

9

8

0

0

0

17

2.92

62

California-San Diego

7

9

1

0

0

17

3.02

58 112

California-Santa Barbara

16

26

0

0

0

42

3.09

Canisius

3

7

0

0

0

10

2.89

20

Carnegie Mellon

4

8

1

0

0

13

3.16

93

Case Western

18

9

2

7

0

36

3.38

70

Central Arkansas

28

6

2

0

0

36

3.11

75

Central Missouri

24

15

0

14

0

53

2.78

58

Chicago

4

4

0

0

0

8

*

27


0

0

15

2.9

27

1

0

0

36

*

79

Fall 2014 GPA

1

13

RLC

7

22

TOTAL

7

Fresno State

TRAGOS

Fort Hays State

LAC

149

RUCK

79

3.3

CARLSON

3.29

EDGE

✓ ✓

CHAPTER

2015 BUC CUP

MANPOWER

2015 BUC CUP

Fall 2014 GPA

MANPOWER

RLC

28 81

TOTAL

0 0

TRAGOS

5 4

LAC

0 1

RUCK

8 26

CARLSON

15 50

EDGE

Christopher Newport Cincinnati

CHAPTER

Clarion

7

9

1

0

0

17

3.15

21

George Washington

21

9

0

18

0

48

3.19

99

Clarkson

5

5

0

0

0

10

2.86

44

Georgetown

0

12

1

0

0

13

3.63

91

Cleveland State

12

17

2

7

0

38

3.33

20

Georgia

0

8

0

0

0

8

3.51

134

Coastal Carolina

21

8

0

0

0

29

2.7

52

Georgia Southern

26

12

0

0

0

38

2.95

65

Colorado

33

14

1

0

0

48

Colorado School of Mines

20

5

1

0

0

26

2.76

99

Georgia Tech

0

10

2

0

1

13

2.71

37

Grand Valley State

23

7

0

12

0

42

Houston

9

13

1

12

0

35

2.71

57

Huntingdon

0

9

0

0

0

9

3.06

37

Columbia

9

9

0

0

0

18

3.5

95

Connecticut

11

10

2

6

0

29

3.28

63

3.28

84

3.1

59

Cornell

17

7

1

7

0

32

3.4

77

Illinois

12

19

1

4

0

36

3.35

185

Creighton

26

5

0

4

0

35

3.37

124

Indiana

39

8

1

0

0

48

3.52

147

Indiana State

18

32

1

25

0

76

2.61

54

Dartmouth

8

0

1

0

0

9

3.56

98

Davidson

10

13

1

0

0

24

3.22

66

Indiana Tech

6

9

0

0

0

15

2.86

23

Davis & Elkins

1

4

0

0

0

5

*

6

Iowa

18

11

2

0

0

31

2.91

47

Dayton

24

9

0

0

0

33

3.22

113

Delaware

15

8

0

16

0

39

3.04

114

DePaul

13

6

0

0

0

19

Drake

23

19

1

0

0

43

Drexel

15

14

2

7

0

38

Duke

0

7

0

0

0

7

3.04

69

3.24

111

Iowa State

23

28

1

0

1

53

3.22

86

James Madison

21

9

0

0

0

30

*

99

John Carroll

18

6

0

0

0

24

3.32

67

Johns Hopkins

0

3

0

0

0

3

*

75

3.12

110

3.2

79

3.34

91

Kansas

27

9

1

0

0

37

3.49

87

Kansas State

22

14

2

0

0

38

East Carolina

4

9

1

0

0

14

2.61

53

Kent State

12

8

0

0

0

20

3.03

28

East Tennessee State

13

12

0

0

0

25

2.82

64

Kentucky

30

8

1

0

0

39

3.07

51

Eastern Illinois

17

8

0

0

0

25

2.91

49

Kentucky Wesleyan

0

2

0

0

0

2

2.97

14

Eastern Washington

18

6

2

0

0

26

3.04

72

Lamar

2

6

0

6

0

14

*

26

Elon

4

6

0

0

0

10

Emory

12

7

0

0

1

20

3.35

97

LaSalle

0

7

1

0

0

8

2.9

34

3.38

40

Lawrence

6

7

1

0

0

14

2.99

33

Lawrence Tech

23

22

1

10

0

56

3.08

59

Emporia State

9

12

0

0

0

21

2.77

13

Evansville

28

14

1

18

0

61

3.15

63

Lehigh

13

22

0

4

0

39

Ferris State

15

8

1

0

0

24

2.71

36

Longwood

11

7

0

0

0

18

3.07

66

2.87

30

Florida Atlantic

32

8

1

0

0

41

2.72

39

Loras

8

14

1

4

1

28

3.06

36

Florida Gulf Coast

18

8

0

0

0

26

3.21

59

Louisiana State

14

22

2

0

0

38

3.08

86

Florida International

33

12

1

0

0

46

2.9

110

Louisville

30

20

1

6

0

57

Florida State

33

7

1

0

0

41

2.96

130

Loyola Marymount

15

6

1

0

0

22

3.1

98

3.37

100

REPORT CARD

33


34

1

0

10

0

0

36

0

28

0

0

35

2.82

29

3.31

66

Marquette

8

8

1

10

0

27

3.14

36

North Texas

7

8

1

4

0

20

2.82

70

Marshall

10

3

0

0

0

13

2.15

4

Northeastern

25

12

1

0

0

38

3.33

112

Maryland-College Park

20

8

1

17

0

46

3.22

91

Northern Illinois

18

11

1

19

0

49

2.91

30

Massachusetts

22

8

1

0

0

31

2.93

51

Northern Iowa

13

19

1

0

0

33

Memphis

8

7

1

0

0

16

3.19

54

Northern Kentucky

16

10

0

4

0

30

Memphis Lambuth

4

7

1

0

0

12

Miami (Florida)

4

6

0

0

0

10

Miami (Ohio)

24

6

1

0

0

31

Michigan

32

7

0

2

0

Michigan State

28

8

0

8

Michigan Tech

5

6

0

0

2.98

58

3

68

2.86

22

Northwest Missouri

34

12

0

0

0

46

2.89

83

3.21

89

Northwestern

17

20

1

0

0

38

3.64

37

3.09

83

NYU †

13

8

1

0

0

22

*

58

41

3.3

96

Ohio

13

6

0

0

0

19

2.7

46

0

44

3.05

98

Ohio Northern

1

10

1

0

0

12

0

11

2.7

39

Ohio State

49

33

1

0

1

84

2.94

40

3.45

155

Minnesota

23

40

1

0

0

64

3.24

109

Ohio Wesleyan

6

3

0

0

0

9

3.18

46

Missouri

36

0

1

1

0

38

2.94

131

Oklahoma

41

8

0

0

0

49

3.22

240

Missouri S&T

18

17

1

8

0

44

3.2

82

Oklahoma State

22

16

1

4

0

43

3.12

89

Missouri State

32

8

1

32

0

73

2.83

103

Old Dominion

7

8

0

0

0

15

2.69

23

Missouri-Kansas City

6

8

0

0

0

14

3.05

22

Oregon

16

6

2

0

0

24

MIT

2

8

0

0

0

10

3.42

38

Oregon State

36

10

1

0

0

47

Monmouth

9

13

0

0

0

22

2.94

29

Pennsylvania

20

11

1

4

0

36

3.26

26

3.42

49

Montana

16

7

0

0

1

24

Montana State

0

7

1

0

1

9

Moravian

3

6

0

4

0

13

3.1

Morehead State

13

11

0

0

0

24

3.14

Pennsylvania State

34

22

1

1

0

58

Pepperdine

16

6

0

0

0

22

30

Pittsburg State

6

8

0

0

0

47

Pittsburgh

5

7

1

5

0

2.86

90

3.33

133

3.34

73

3.08

116

2.97

84

14

3.2

49

18

2.93

12

Muhlenberg

17

7

0

0

0

24

3.23

45

Purdue

11

7

2

0

0

20

3.13

29

Murray State

25

14

1

0

1

41

3.41

70

Quinnipiac

13

8

1

0

0

22

3.29

110

Nebraska

42

15

1

0

0

58

3.44

142

Radford

4

8

2

5

0

19

3.36

26

Nebraska-Kearney

17

10

0

0

0

27

3.39

73

Randolph-Macon

4

5

0

0

0

9

2.67

26

Nebraska-Omaha

39

9

2

0

0

50

3.07

82

Rensselaer

9

10

0

0

1

20

3.27

41

Nevada-Reno

42

24

1

0

0

67

2.86

107

Rhode Island

33

12

1

6

0

52

3.04

78

New Hampshire

26

13

1

0

1

41

3.11

72

Richmond

34

5

0

1

0

40

North Carolina

17

7

0

1

0

25

3.17

52

Rider

18

7

1

9

0

35

3.31

92

3.32

45

North Carolina State

37

15

2

0

0

54

3.1

97

Rochester

12

7

1

0

0

20

*

80

North Carolina-Charlotte

32

16

0

1

1

50

2.97

71

Sacramento State

18

8

1

0

0

27

2.83

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0

0

MANPOWER

0

19

TOTAL

10

16

TRAGOS

18

North Dakota

LAC

North Carolina-Greensboro ✓

RUCK

57

CARLSON

32

3.32

EDGE

MANPOWER

2.47 ✓

Fall 2014 GPA

0 1

CHAPTER

RLC

5 16

2015 BUC CUP

4 19

Fall 2014 GPA

Lynchburg Maine

RLC

TOTAL

TRAGOS

LAC

RUCK

CARLSON

EDGE

CHAPTER


MANPOWER

7

0

0

0

41

3.19

114

27

9

1

0

0

37

3.18

89

San Diego

14

7

1

0

0

22

San Diego State

49

8

1

0

0

58

3.36

67

Utah State

13

9

1

0

0

23

2.79

124

Valparaiso

11

8

1

2

0

22

SIU-Edwardsville

5

12

1

19

0

37

2.9

48

Villanova

18

5

0

0

0

South Carolina

44

11

2

0

South Dakota State

7

8

0

0

1

58

3.39

52

Virginia Commonwealth

33

10

1

26

0

15

3.2

32

Wake Forest †

7

0

2

0

South Florida

43

11

1

0

1

56

3.11

72

Southeast Missouri State

24

9

1

11

0

45

3.04

90

Southern Methodist

26

11

0

0

0

37

3.35

65

Southern Mississippi

0

16

1

0

0

17

3.17

59

3.25

43

3.25

59

23

3.19

63

0

70

3.23

85

0

9

3.19

Washburn

5

8

1

0

0

14

Washington

29

9

1

0

0

39

Washington State

33

10

1

0

1

45

West Chester

19

13

2

13

0

47

3.21

30

3.4

136

3.23

112

3.36

57

St. Joseph's

10

5

0

0

0

15

2.85

40

West Virginia

17

12

1

0

0

30

3.1

38

St. Mary's

17

0

0

0

0

17

3.18

36

Western Kentucky

13

9

1

0

1

24

2.69

45

Stanford

2

11

0

0

0

13

3.6

62

Western Michigan

33

9

0

8

0

50

Stetson

10

10

1

0

0

21

2.9

46

Westminster

2

6

0

0

0

8

Stevens Tech

27

11

1

16

1

56

SUNY-Fredonia

0

5

0

0

0

5

3.54

93

2.78

29

3.06

73

3.05

35

Wichita State

23

11

1

6

0

41

2.99

63

William & Mary

18

7

1

3

0

29

3.19

46 100

Syracuse

11

10

1

14

0

36

3.34

107

Wisconsin

24

7

0

0

0

31

3.22

Tampa

16

7

0

0

0

23

3.09

41

Wisconsin-Platteville

0

18

0

7

0

25

3.17

43

Tennessee

48

12

1

0

0

61

2.93

121

WPI

6

5

2

0

0

13

3.34

44

Tennessee Tech

12

7

0

0

0

19

2.8

35

Wright State

19

10

1

8

0

38

2.96

30

Tennessee-Martin

10

7

1

0

0

18

2.36

32

Wyoming

11

7

1

0

0

19

2.92

40

Texas A&M

30

3

0

1

0

34

2.79

118

Yale

13

7

0

0

0

20

*

91

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

5

9

1

15

0

30

*

24

Texas Christian

34

15

1

6

0

56

Texas Tech

29

15

1

0

0

45

3.35

141

3.05

137

Texas-Arlington

12

6

0

3

0

21

2.58

25

Texas-Austin

47

13

1

2

0

63

3.31

184

Thiel

9

6

0

0

0

15

Toledo

32

15

1

40

1

89

2.72

33

3.33

108

Trine

0

8

0

0

0

8

3.05

45

Truman State

22

6

0

0

0

28

3.02

62

Tufts

0

5

0

0

0

5

3.33

64

Tulane

0

6

0

0

0

6

3.25

84

2015 BUC CUP

Fall 2014 GPA

34

Utah

RLC

UCLA

45

TOTAL

137

2.72

TRAGOS

3.37

10

LAC

47

0

RUCK

0

0

CARLSON

24

0

CHAPTER

EDGE

MANPOWER

2015 BUC CUP

Fall 2014 GPA

0

4

RLC

LAC

6

6

TOTAL

RUCK

17

TRAGOS

EDGE

Saint Louis Salisbury

CARLSON

CHAPTER

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HOOP OF STEEL SOCIETY 2014-15 Named after SigEp’s Hoop of Steel Senior Charge, the Hoop of Steel Society is the Fraternity’s annual undergraduate giving society. Each year, the campaign launches at Carlson Leadership Academies, where undergraduate brothers make a gift of $19.01 or more in honor of SigEp’s founding year. Their gifts celebrate their undergraduate experience and the bonds they’ve formed through SigEp.

Glenn L. Holmes ‘15 Maxwell J. Marcucci ‘15

ARIZONA

best leadership

Adam E. Crompton ‘15 John L. Emery ‘17 Andrew G. Good ‘17 Kevin M. Johnson ‘15 Matt E. Kranitz ‘18 Samuel Kraus ‘17 Michael D. Lorenz ‘17 Austin C. McCormick ‘17 Hossein Namazyfard ‘17 Joseph L. Neely ‘16 Joseph E. Padish ‘18 Henry J. Roden ‘17 Sai Shah ‘18 Tristen L. Watmore ‘18 Kevin Yi ‘17

experience I’ve ever

ARKANSAS

My time in SigEp has been, hands down, the

had. My university offers numerous opportunities, but the experience I’ve found through officer positions in SigEp have been unparalleled in the scope of responsibilities I’ve encountered. SigEp has developed me into the leader that I am today, and I will graduate much more confident in Chapter President Onley accepted the Excelsior Award for Housing on behalf of his chapter at Carlson.

AMERICAN

my abilities because of it. I give to the Hoop of Steel Society as a vote of confidence in SigEp’s mission and to support its continued success. —Mark Onley, William & Mary ’16

Ismael Gomez ‘18 Brooks M. Ribeiro ‘16

CAL STATE-SAN BERNARDINO Jordan Q. Alvira ‘17 Caleb Asbra ‘18 Jesse Cady ‘16 Andrew J. Lenzini ‘16 Adrian Martinez ‘16 Steven Morua ‘18 Tyler Wolfe ‘16

CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY Justin Johnson ‘16

ARKANSAS TECH Thomas S. Avery ‘17 Jordan D. Barnes ‘17 Maro A. Croff, V ‘17 Christopher T. Gathright ‘16

Rodrigo B. Crisostomo ‘16 Derreck C. Dasilva ‘18 Andrew Diaz ‘16 Deven W. Hill ‘15 Daniel T. Schiff ‘16

BAKER

CANISIUS

Jackson K. Moormeier ‘19 Chad W. Phillips ‘17

BALDWIN WALLACE Nicholas G. Traverso ‘16

BARTON Thomas Mistretta ‘15 Benjamin Rosolie ‘17 Daniel S. Strutton ‘15 Cody Warner ‘18

George Eyambe ‘17

BOWLING GREEN STATE Andrew Bennett ‘17

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CAL STATE-NORTHRIDGE

Joseph V. Nemesi ‘16 John Rumbelow ‘16 John P. Sokol ‘17

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William R. Casper ‘16 Richard G. Eber ‘17 Cody Jones ‘17 Hunter C. Marcuson ‘16 Michael Setta ‘17 Nathan A. Smith ‘15

CALIFORNIASAN DIEGO

Jonathan J. Christen ‘16 David Jamison ‘17 Edward Reyes ‘17

CASE WESTERN Brendan Bupp ‘17 Alan Burke ‘16 Matthew Randall ‘16 Grant Simonson ‘17 Jason R. Teplensky ‘17

CENTRAL ARKANSAS Michael J. Counts ‘16 Matthew P. Himstedt ‘17 Tate McKay ‘18 Austin B. Oberlag ‘16 Corey A. Parks ‘16

Kyle Peters ‘16 Richard D. Sisk ‘16 Jarod R. Wickliffe ‘16

William J. Oldach ‘16 Michael D. Rosenthal ‘16

CENTRAL MISSOURI

Alin Barsan ‘16

Nicholas A. De Jong ‘16 Jeremy E. Goss ‘16 Joel A. Jackson ‘16 Jason K. Ketz ‘16 Kendall R. Kraus ‘17 Trey J. Lawrence ‘17 Brandon M. Loredo ‘16 Brock A. McCullough ‘17 Jordan O. Snyder ‘18 Jordan C. Staggs ‘16 Douglas M. Swann ‘17 Justin C. Vann ‘17

CORNELL CREIGHTON Thomas H. Copeman, IV ‘16 Charlton F. Meyer ‘17 Nick P. Nussbaum ‘16

DAVIDSON Ross Kruse ‘17

DRAKE Justin Dwyer ‘16 Parker Foote ‘17

CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT

EAST TENNESSEE STATE

CJ B. Cahill ‘16 Maximilian S. Castelli ‘17 Ryan D’Ercole ‘16 Timothy S. Laboy-Coparropa ‘17 Eric H. Parsley ‘17

Taylor Forbes ‘16 William D. Perryman ‘16

CINCINNATI Erik C. Angus ‘17 Jeff Back ‘18 Trenton T. Pfister ‘18 Robert N. Wagner, IV ‘16

CLARION James A. Delawrence ‘16 Devin J. Forgey ‘16 Trapper Hughes ‘17 Daniel Letts ‘17 Collin Meyers ‘17 Seth R. Updegraff ‘17 Devon D. Vallies ‘17 Lance A. Whitehead ‘16

CLEVELAND STATE Nicholas Bossard ‘16 Jordan M.C. Ficyk ‘18 Matthew A. Lisak ‘15 Andres Saldana ‘18

EASTERN WASHINGTON Jesse D. Greening ‘15 Nathan Peters ‘16

EMORY Kyle T. Adams ‘17 Jonah Chang ‘17 Kang Kyuk Ko ‘16 Daivik J. Malhotra ‘17 Cole J. Owens ‘16 Amol Vadhan ‘17

EMPORIA STATE Dominic Eliot ‘16 Jesse Higginbotham ‘18 Taylor Weisman ‘17

FLORIDA STATE Marcos A. Cabello ‘17

GEORGETOWN Ashwin C. Puri ‘18

GEORGIA

Colton T. Aldridge ‘18 Evan Campbell ‘17 Nicholas Daskalakis ‘17 C. Jacob Overstreet ‘17 Nicholas Stauch ‘17

Logan J. Chappuis ‘17 Houston A. Gaines ‘17 Garrett M. Hendricks ‘16 James A. McCartney ‘16 Kurt C. Mueller ‘16 Clark C. O’Kelley, III ‘16 Hudson H. Wilson, Jr. ‘16 Jackson H. Wise ‘18

CONNECTICUT

GEORGIA SOUTHERN

Tyler D. Cappello ‘16 Daniel Carnein ‘16 Robert F. Ciolino ‘16 Zane R. Cooke ‘18 Paul M. Deangelis ‘17 Jacob A. Gardner ‘17 Samad A. Khan ‘18 Michael K. McGuigan ‘16

Tyler J. Dinges ‘17 Brennan Patrick ‘17

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES

HOUSTON Jesus M. Aguirre ‘18 Raphael J. Alba ‘16 Rocky J.S. Alberti ‘18 Arbaaz S. Ali ‘14


Stratton R. Berlin ‘17 Tyler Blease ‘18 Calen A. Boyd ‘18 Naveed K. Budhwani ‘18 Sergio G. Castillo ‘18 Ryan W. Cowell ‘18 Jordan Cruz ‘16 Manual J. Dasilva Quiroz ‘15 Philip Dial ‘18 Brett Edleman ‘16 William Fenimore ‘18 Kyle E. Ferguson ‘17 Luke C. Fontenot ‘15 Jesus G. Garcia, Jr. ‘18 Jonathan D. Garcia ‘17 Cristian A. Govea ‘17 Justin P. Gross ‘15 Robert E. Groux, III ‘17 Corey S. Haas ‘18 Blake Heslep ‘17 Christian Hollowell ‘18 Dean J. Ikonomou ‘16 Enrique D. Lamb, IV ‘16 Carlos M. Leal ‘15 Jeffrey G. Lee ‘16 James S. Marrs ‘18 Brian S. Masinag ‘17 Austin J. Moeller ‘15 Sunil K. Motwani ‘14 Shane Mukherjee ‘15 Juan Diego Munoz ‘18 Cameron W. Piske ‘18 Craig A. Putman ‘15 Adam S. Reichstein ‘17 Alejandro J. Rojas ‘15 Humberto Sanchez ‘16 Alexander J. Sheridan ‘17 Andres Socorro ‘16 Joel Tan ‘17 Kenneth Torres-Hernandez ‘18 Rolando G. M. Yabut ‘15

INDIANA STATE Andrew L. Asher ‘18 Dillon M. Hults ‘16 Luke B. Schingel ‘17 Preston Senesac ‘17 Devin W. Shafer ‘15 Irvin G. Victor ‘18

INDIANA TECH James V. Franklin ‘17 Nathan A. Kirk ‘17 Bryce A. Leming ‘16 Justin B. Neff ‘14 Christopher K. Newman ‘17 Demarkus Polk ‘17 Robert J. Reese ‘18 Mitchell J. Showman ‘16 Devin C. Stone ‘17 Trevor M. Topa ‘17

IOWA Ian Murphy ‘16

IOWA STATE Tarin Phillips ‘16

JACKSONVILLE STATE Christopher M. Fraser ‘15 Daniel Gilbert ‘15 Ryan M. Kirby ‘17 Brian Sanders ‘15 Walker Sandlin ‘17 Corey Self ‘18 Corbin T. Shaw ‘17 Joseph S. Winslett ‘15

JOHN CARROLL Sean C. Leroy ‘18 Anthony C. Volpe ‘18

KENT STATE George G. Farah ‘17 Logan K. Georskey ‘17 Alfredo C. Hildebrandt ‘14 Reid Schaffer ‘17

KENTUCKY Chad R. Eaton ‘16 Brandon J. Lee ‘15 Peter G. Ponce-Toriz ‘17 Reed T. Tabor ‘17

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN Travis Rowland ‘16 Connor Thompson ‘16

LAMAR Kyle D. McCrary ‘17 Ryan C. Webb ‘18

LAWRENCE TECH Christopher Brooks ‘17 Brendon D. Clover ‘17 Justin T. Hartsaw ‘15 Travis D. McCall ‘18 Jess W. Moon ‘16 Michael D. Paciero ‘15 Corbin Patten ‘18 Nicholas J. Sytsma‘18 Richard R. Yelda ‘16

LEHIGH William F. Sullebarger ‘17

LONGWOOD David Garvis ‘16

LORAS Nathaniel J. Kapraun ‘15 Zachery T. Lindstrom ‘17 Douglas Zabler ‘15

LOUISIANA STATE Christopher J. Dedo ‘17 Ryan P. Downey ‘18 Beau B. Navarre ‘18

LOUISVILLE John M. Dashner ‘17 Brent Garner ‘16 Parker T. Howard ‘17 Brad Proffitt ‘16 Dexter Smith ‘16 Travone Taylor ‘15

D. Alec Gates ‘16 Matthew Leal ‘16 Graden Lovelace ‘20 Max Petty ‘17 Tyler J. Rutledge ‘17 Greg Sattler ‘17

MONMOUTH

LYNCHBURG

Samuel E. Dummer ‘18

Alan O. Contreras ‘17 Jaime A. Palacios ‘17 Peyton Wright ‘17

MONTANA STATE

MARQUETTE Matthew E. Lindberg ‘17 Brian Stumph ‘17 Michael B. Welch ‘16

MARYLAND-COLLEGE PARK Justin Garcia ‘17

MASSACHUSETTS Andrew Cheung ‘18 Elan C. Radbil ‘16 Adam P. Tellier ‘17

MEMPHIS Alvis Dowty, III ‘15

MEMPHIS LAMBUTH Dustin A. Forsythe ‘18 William B. Gish ‘18 Matthew P. Glover ‘17 Robert L. Haines ‘18 Renard R. Miles, II ‘16 Jonathan P. Williams ‘15 Logan A. Wilson ‘17

MICHIGAN STATE Tyreese J. Brewington ‘17 Bailey A. Brzys ‘17 Kevin J. Kurzeja ‘17 Ryan J. Nagy ‘17 Jack O’Neill ‘16 Clay J. Prickett ‘17

MICHIGAN TECH Michael C. Dery, II ‘15

MISSOURI STATE Daniel Altmann ‘18 Josh Beezley ‘17 Bradley Kummer ‘17 Ryan McFarland ‘17 Colin J. Mueller ‘17 Joshua L. Perfect ‘17 Jacob Shockley ‘17 Jacob A. Steinberg ‘17

MISSOURIKANSAS CITY Dominick Adlich ‘19 Marcus Daniels ‘17

Dayton Cooney ‘16 Chaise R. DeVries ‘16 Connor Hoffmann ‘18 Carl L. Minifie ‘17 Ryan K. Schwab ‘17 Riley D. Shearer ‘17

MOREHEAD STATE

P. Venson Nunnaley ‘15 Connor P. Ryan ‘17 Peter Sheldon ‘16 Michael C. Wong ‘15

NORTH CAROLINA GREENSBORO Suleiman Mansaray ‘18

NORTH DAKOTA Keegan Hilmer ‘16 Luke Jirik ‘16

Jesse E. Fate ‘17 Tyler L. Ferguson ‘18 Collin Green ‘18 Zach Richardson ‘17 Brian Q. Rosebrook ‘15 Tyler J. Smith ‘18 Tj St. John ‘18 Quinnten K. Thompson ‘17 Erik G. Williams ‘20

SALISBURY

NORTH TEXAS Andrew G. Maeder ‘16 Barrett Mick ‘16

Matthew S. Alegria ‘15 Wilson S. Hull ‘15 Alexander S. Nelson ‘15 Taylor J. Stenman ‘14

PENNSYLVANIA STATE

SOUTH CAROLINA

NORTHEASTERN

Timothy R. Sonier ‘17

Eric T. Muller ‘18

William M. Fowler ‘15 Benjamin A. Hutto ‘16 Kyle S. McCoil ‘17 Camden S. Wiggins ‘16

PURDUE

SOUTH FLORIDA

Clark D. Adams ‘18 Tyler M. Anderson ‘17 Jacob G. Baird ‘17 Jacob M. Bridges ‘18 Kevin R. Brost ‘17 Chantry A. Carroll ‘17 Adam C. Culbreath ‘18 Jason P. Esau ‘16 Matthew J. Fitzer ‘16 Alexander M. Hopewell ‘16 Renn H. Lovett ‘17 John E. Ramey ‘17 Josh Spurrier ‘18 Tanner A. Ward ‘17

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

Christian Vetter ‘17

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY

Nicholas D. Shepherd ‘15

Nicholas Altman ‘16 Ethan S. Collie ‘17 Johan Coon ‘16 Forrest C. Meade ‘16 Jacob C. Ogle ‘15 Bowen Sheng ‘15 Bryan A. Tate ‘16 Todd B. Turner ‘16

NORTHWESTERN

RENSSELAER

Michael A. Mantas ‘15

Thomas W. Cronin ‘16 Jonah Duch ‘17 Andrew Groskopf ‘16 David T. Harris ‘16 Lavin D. Hiranandani ‘17 Christopher J. Markum ‘17 Brian J. Michalka ‘16 Anton Nekhai ‘15 Drake C. Perrior-Small ‘17 Kenneth J. Vetter ‘18

Jared G. Buller ‘17 Matthew C. Buresh ‘18 Benjamin Grossnicklaus ‘17 Luke Grossnicklaus ‘18 Tyson S. Lanka ‘17 Austin C. Partridge ‘18 Clark Pohlmeier ‘18 Adam Ripp ‘16 Samuel Sutherland ‘18

NEW HAMPSHIRE Timothy J. Cedrone ‘17

NORTH CAROLINA STATE Mark Hove ‘18 Alex A. Starnes ‘15 Devin Van Pelt ‘18

NORTH CAROLINACHARLOTTE Colin Abercrombie ‘16 Joshua Antonious ‘16 Michael R. Brennan ‘16 Ryan D. Fertakos ‘16 Daniel E. Geneser ‘18 Trevor Linscheid ‘17

TEXAS-ARLINGTON

SAN DIEGO STATE

PITTSBURGH

MURRAY STATE

SAN DIEGO

Mason J. Crow ‘17 Matthew T. Kim ‘16 Colton F. Surcamp ‘15

Jacob Bjoerkman ‘18 Jack Healy ‘19 Alexander Kennedy ‘18

Harrison N. Bailey ‘17

TEXAS TECH

Joseph M. Landeis ‘17

OREGON STATE

Alexander J. Andrews ‘15 Jesus O. Garcia ‘18 Michael J. Veloz ‘18

NORTHERN IOWA Cavan Finn ‘18 Michael Foley ‘16 Avery Johnson ‘18 Cody McLees ‘16 Nicholas Sailer ‘17 Barry Schintler ‘15 Cody Schulte ‘16

NORTHWEST MISSOURI

OHIO NORTHERN Bryce Gray ‘17

OHIO STATE Ryan M. Bixler ‘16 Matthew J. Davis ‘17 Connor C. Foster ‘16 Christopher H. John ‘16 Austin Stewart ‘16

OHIO WESLEYAN Peter Cook ‘16 Woody A. Jamiel ‘16 Mason C. Tomblin ‘17

OKLAHOMA STATE Connor R. Brown ‘17 Robert K. Castleberry ‘18 Levi N. Close ‘17 Aaron C. Cromer ‘16 Devin Currier ‘17 Dominic C. Eramo ‘16

QUINNIPIAC Matthew K. Blumenthal ‘17 Lewis Clarke ‘16 Gabriel Reyes ‘16

RADFORD

RHODE ISLAND Gregory R. Husta ‘18

ROCHESTER Cameron D. Cummings ‘15 Tate T. Richards ‘17

SACRAMENTO STATE Ryan J. Gazale ‘16 Jean Indaburu ‘15 Jordan Lowe ‘16

Weldon L. weber, III ‘14 Trevor H. Wulff ‘18

Brandon Leavy ‘17 Mauriccio Navarrete ‘16 Charlie Stanley ‘16 John F. Thompson ‘17

Zach J. Chapman ‘15 Steve N. Ferlita ‘16 Brandon D. Fersten ‘16 Preston K. Haytac ‘17 Francis A. Henderson ‘17 Ralph R. Herz ‘16 Kevin V. Madden ‘16 Ryan McKalvey ‘18 Edgar O. Molina ‘16 Matthew P. Moschell ‘16 Carlos M. Romero ‘15 Ryan T. Violette ‘17

SOUTHERN METHODIST Robert A. Lewis ‘18 Nicholas Trajcevski ‘18

ST. MARY’S Eric R. Rodriguez ‘17

STETSON Thomas A. Beckett ‘14 Brendan T. Beitler ‘14 Austin L. Coates ‘18 Kyle J. Fischl ‘17 Cody A. Stacy ‘17

STEVENS TECH Kris N. Alvarez ‘16 Ryan P. Bardeer ‘17 Zachary S. Binger ‘18 Patrick A. Depaolo ‘18 John Griggs ‘14 Michael A. McCarthy ‘17 Jorge A. Rivera ‘15

TEXAS A & MCORPUS CHRISTI Gabriel A. Cisneros ‘14 Ernest Reed Garza ‘14 Joshua L. Meriwether ‘14

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Seth B. Linker ‘15

Derrick E. Crayton, II ‘17 Dylan Cryer ‘14 Matthew R. Fournier ‘14 Justin Hickman ‘14 Dalton W. Miles ‘14 Clint J. Ramirez ‘14

TEXAS-AUSTIN Scott A. Abbey ‘18 Daniel J. Adkins ‘18 Grant Adkins ‘15 William R. Aigner ‘18 Michael Aldridge ‘15 Tyler Alexander ‘15 Matthew T. Altman ‘14 Tom Andrews ‘15 Danny N. Arnold ‘15 John-Paul Bach ‘17 Michael Bailey ‘17 Edward A. Banner, III ‘16 Jeff Barnwell ‘16 Kyle D. Barton ‘18 Maxwell Bastian ‘14 Dylan Beason ‘16 John Henry C. Beck ‘15 Brooks Beckelman ‘16 Jordan Bernstein ‘17 Michael R. Blackburn ‘18 Chandler A. Block ‘17 Andrew Boyd ‘17 Jack Brewer ‘17 Will Brown ‘17 William Bruner ‘16 Blake Buchen ‘16 Brian Buell ‘16 Parker Burns ‘16 Connor Bush ‘16 Ryan P. Bush ‘15 Dean S. R. Butler ‘15 Josh Cannon ‘16 Miles Cantrell ‘17 Jeffrey Carlson ‘17 Samuel B. Cheatham ‘15 Nick Christensen ‘17 Ryan Clegg ‘17 Conner Cowart ‘17 Kevin A. Crabb ‘18 Keith Crawford ‘16 Kyle J. Cunningham ‘15 Brandon Daniels ‘16 Chris De Ayala ‘17 Paul De Ayala ‘16 Alex R. DeAyala ‘16 Marcus E. DeAyala ‘18 Niko Demeris ‘18 Austin Dickerson ‘16 Charles A. Dixon, III ‘18

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HOOP OF STEEL SOCIETY CONTINUED Michael Doorey ‘17 William G. Duffy ‘16 Christopher R. Dyer ‘18 Baxter G. Easley ‘15 Kyle P. Echerd ‘15 Andrew J. Einspanier ‘15 Taylor Epperson ‘16 Austin B. Ernst ‘15 Josh Euers ‘17 Matthew B. Ferguson ‘15 Nathan C. Flanigin ‘18 Jackson Fletcher ‘18 John C. Fletcher ‘16 John T. Flume ‘14 Randol L. Flume ‘15 Jimmy Fort ‘16 Corey Fruithandler ‘16 Jack Gaffney ‘18 Parker T. George ‘14 Jay A. Gerrie ‘15 Dylan G. Glosser ‘18 Luke M. Gorski ‘18 Chad Greisbach ‘16 Beau C. Grenier ‘14 Charles A. Griffin ‘18 Ryan Griffin ‘17 Guy W. Griffith ‘16 Maxwell R. Guarniere ‘15 Leo J. Gute ‘18 Scott H. Hanks ‘15 Madison Harbuck ‘16 Hunter P. Harvin ‘14 Jack Hawkins ‘18 Matthew Hays ‘16 Luke Heytens ‘17 Thomas G. Holshouser ‘15

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Benjamin C. Horton ‘18 Devin A. Huffines ‘15 Garrett J. Huffines ‘15 Robert M. B. Jelinek ‘15 John A. Jewett ‘18 Cameron Johnson ‘16 Matthew Johnson ‘18 Mitchell Johnson ‘18 Nathaniel F. Johnson ‘15 Nicholas F. Johnston ‘18 Blake Jones ‘16 Austin D. Kaiser ‘16 Chad Kaiser ‘18 Kurt Kaiser ‘17 Carter D. Kemp ‘15 Clay M. Kemp ‘18 Angus Klamer ‘15 Philip J. Koelsch ‘16 Christopher R. Koskovich ‘17 Thomas Laidlaw ‘18 Adam E. Landefeld ‘18 Jared Lapidus ‘17 Nick Lednicky ‘17 Jett Lucia ‘17 Blake Lueder ‘17 Lee Lueder ‘16 Austin Lupton ‘15 Mark A. Lupton, Jr. ‘15 Ryan Lynch ‘16 Ted Mackey ‘16 Mac Maguire ‘16 Samuel C. Malone ‘18 Canyon Manske ‘17 Maclean R. Martin ‘15 Preston Martin ‘16 John M. Marymont ‘15 Kyle A. Mason ‘15 Tanner R. Mauro ‘18 Nolan McCarthy ‘18

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Henry T. McCourt ‘14 Caleb T. McCoy ‘15 Michael N. McCrory ‘18 Sam McQuilkin ‘17 Andrew Mealey ‘17 Chuck H. Meriwether ‘18 Peter Millhorn ‘16 Kolten Morris ‘16 Bryan J. Moynihan ‘15 Jack Nelms ‘17 David A. Nelson ‘18 John R. Noble ‘15 Cole Norton ‘16 William O’Keefe ‘16 William C. Owen ‘14 Nick Pasta ‘17 Dean Patteson ‘17 Andrew Pickens ‘16 Peyton J. Poynter ‘15 Kyle Rathgeb ‘17 Cole Rauscher ‘18 Drew P. Raymond ‘15 Alex M. Reinking ‘15 Andrew R. Rexroat ‘15 Joseph Reynolds ‘16 Matthew Reynolds ‘16 Caleb H. Richter ‘14 Jeston L. Riffert ‘15 Mitchell T. Rigamonti ‘18 David C. Riley ‘14 Reed S. Roberts ‘18 Campbell K. Ross ‘18 Andrew Russell ‘16 John R. Rutherford ‘18 Kyle Santry ‘17 John Savage ‘15 Parker Schramm ‘16 Wesley Sentell ‘17 Colton Shearer ‘18

Blaine M. Simmons ‘15 McKenzie S. Smith ‘15 Walker Smith ‘17 Will Smith ‘17 Blake W. Sparks ‘18 Andrew Spivey ‘16 Peter R. Stanley ‘18 Anthony D. Stephenson ‘18 John H. Swingler ‘15 Alex Tassopoulos ‘17 Philip M. Teffeteller ‘18 Reid Thompson ‘16 Garrett Toledo ‘16 Kevin Toth ‘16 Andy Trimble ‘16 Augustine Valega ‘16 S. Cole Vehslage ‘16 Alex Wagman ‘17 Connor White ‘16 James Whitehead ‘14 Thomas B. Whitehead ‘18 Peyton Wilson ‘16 Alec J. Woodmansee ‘18 Phil Young ‘17

UTAH STATE

Trevor J. Bollinger ‘17

George L. Maciak ‘16 Connor K. Smith ‘16 Turner J. Solterman ‘17

THIEL

WASHINGTON

WESTMINSTER

Skyler L. Bradley ‘16 Jonathan M. Fennick ‘16 Alexander Green ‘17 Jordan N. Manson ‘18 Dylan K. Stevens ‘16 Yosief Woldegebriel ‘15 Dalton L. Young ‘17

TOLEDO

Chris J. Glaittli ‘18 Tylar B. Glenn ‘16 Ian J. Nemelka ‘17 Zachary E. Volin ‘16

VALPARAISO Marshall Miller ‘14

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH Joel Antolijao ‘16 Derek J. Becka ‘17 Sanjit Bhatia ‘16 Jack Broadbent ‘16 Sean Horan ‘16 Hassan Khuram ‘17 Derek A. Moyer ‘16 Tin Nguyen-Phan ‘16 Cody J. Phillips ‘15 Sina S. Rahini ‘17

WASHBURN

Ryan R. Dusenberry ‘14 Brian P. Moran ‘14 Adam L. Sebetich, Jr. ‘17

WASHINGTON STATE Kyle E. Dozier ‘18 Connor R. McCaw ‘17 Kyle W. Strachila ‘17

Alex M. Wisniewski ‘16

WEST CHESTER

TRINE

Joseph T. Bucci ‘18 Daniel E. Kaufman ‘17Steven

Brandon Lockart ‘16

G. Love ‘15 Ian Mix ‘16 Aaron Rapsinski ‘15 Reggie B. Smith, Jr. ‘17

WILLIAM & MARY

WEST VIRGINIA

WISCONSINPLATTEVILLE

Patrick J. Clarke ‘17 Nicholas S. Fazio ‘17 Channing Hall ‘17 Richard J. Licata, III ‘18 Dan Parke ‘15 Adam M. Secret ‘16 George L. Smith, II ‘17 Chad D. Thompson ‘15 Andrew R. Weers ‘18 Jaryd Wolak ‘17

WESTERN KENTUCKY David L. Miller ‘15

WESTERN MICHIGAN

Regino Flores ‘17 Austin N. Fuller ‘16 Zach Johns ‘16 Ethan Rodemayer ‘16 Shane Wilson ‘17

WICHITA STATE Jarod A. Lake ‘18 Keegan D. Myers ‘18 Paul M. Rehm ‘17 Garrett L. Taylor ‘16 A. Wyatt Vieux ‘17

Jack C. Donahue ‘17 Mark D. Onley ‘16 Jacob M. Seefeldt ‘18

Leonard A. Ballosh, IV ‘17 Jason Bednarski ‘16 Joseph K. Beisbier ‘18 Grzegorz P. Bielak ‘14 Thomas J. Bruckner ‘18 Mitchel Burkholder ‘17 Evan W. Cain ‘18 Abel Chinos ‘17 Timothy Cornelisen ‘16 Carson Doney ‘17 Jason S. Foster ‘15 David E. Frieden ‘15 Jacob E. Fullmer ‘15 Brian K. Gilbank ‘15 David M. Hernandez ‘18 Jesus Hernandez ‘17 Mark W. Holada ‘18 Taylor R. Keesler ‘15 Samuel Kimpan ‘16 Jeremy A. Lampe ‘18 Thomas R. McCormick ‘18 Joshua Meyer ‘16 William Michels ‘16 Dylan R. Miller ‘14 Aaron M. Pliska ‘18 1st Lt. Christian Sanchez-Alcantar ‘17 Ryan Schauff ‘16 Daniel Shircel ‘16 Benjamin R. Siegman ‘14 Joseph T. Sigwarth ‘16

Michael A. Sivill ‘15 Nick Skala ‘17 Darshan J. Solanki ‘18 Ryan Sollberger ‘16 Jonathon Starnitcky ‘17 Collin M. Thole ‘16 Logan Thole ‘16 Callum D. Toal ‘18 Lucas R. VanEgtern ‘14 Alexander Wynveen ‘16 Mitchell A. Yenter ‘19

WRIGHT STATE Noah Brouillard ‘17 Justin W. Bueno ‘17 Mark J. Butler ‘16 Cody Butz ‘17 Gavin Doll ‘17 Cameron T. Moon ‘18 Drew A. Ratzel ‘17 Tyler Rose ‘17 Dylan R. Steinke ‘17


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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 programs, regional and national leadership events, and academic scholarships annually.

my life in so many ways, and I give to pay it forward. From the start, I knew that our Fraternity was different. … When I attended my first Conclave in 2013, the true scale and visible impact of SigEp on a national level made me believe even more. By contributing even a small amount financially, together, we can continue to grow. —Jamieson Gray, Illinois ’12

Gray addressed a crowd of brothers and friends at SigEp’s 2015 Conclave.

Thomas G. Allardyce Lamar ‘70

Zachary P. Barilleau Louisiana State ‘10

Mark T. Bedell Lawrence Tech ‘75

Christopher L. Bittman Colorado ‘85

James M. Amen Sacramento State ‘96

Kenneth J. Barker CalPoly-Pomona ‘91

Theodore R. Behnken Toledo ‘82

Ryan P. Blanck, Western Michigan ‘02

Bruce W. Anderson Texas-Austin ‘71

Hoyt R. Barnett Florida Southern ‘65

Kent A. Belli, South Carolina ‘81

Cameron M. Blaydes Illinois ‘12

Kyle W. Arganbright Nebraska ‘04

Gregory P. Barra Texas-Austin ‘03

Harry L. Belton Louisiana State ‘81

Tyler R. Boggess Drake ‘10

Christopher L. Bagi, Esq. Dayton ‘06

Matthew Barton

Richard W. Bennet, III Central Missouri ‘74

Dennis W. Bond Missouri ‘65

James R. Bernard Western Michigan ‘60

Steven J. Bonifas IIT ‘80

David T. Bertorello Evansville ‘89

Brian A. Boron Western Michigan ‘89

Samuel J. Bicak NYU ‘11

Jacob K. Bredstrand Washington State ‘11

Dr. Ron S. Binder Toledo ‘83

Jonathan E. Brouk Tulane ‘08

Edward E. Bishop, Jr. Virginia Tech ‘74

Frederick W. Brown, Jr. NYU ‘67

Brian P. Bakala Missouri S&T ‘08 Andrew C. Baker Elon ‘06 Joshua D. Baker Wright State ‘10 Anthony C. Balestrieri George Washington ‘03 Douglas J. Band Florida ‘95

Thomas A. Barton Loras ‘89 Richard E. Batten James Madison ‘83 James Bearns Colorado ‘84 Matthew D. Beck Iowa ‘90 William E. Becker Indiana ‘72

Zachary R. Bryson Cincinnati ‘08

Michael M. Carriere Charleston (South Carolina) ‘10

B. Joe Clayton Tennessee ‘57

Daniel J. Determan Wisconsin-Platteville ‘04

Stephen J. Buce Stevens Tech ‘86

Mark A. Cassata Illinois State ‘08

Nicolaus J. Collins San Diego ‘14

D. Craig Dewey Washington State ‘72

Trevor Bullard Massachusetts ‘12

Michael R. Catalano Washington ‘10

Gregory M. Contreras Idaho ‘07

Denis H. Dieker, Jr. Wichita State ‘77

Keenan S. Buoy Washburn ‘82

Jonathan B. Catanzarita Clarion ‘11

Brian J. Corvino Moravian ‘02

Joseph DiGregorio, Esq. South Florida ‘98

Donald A. Burgio Rensselaer ‘89

Jonathan H. Cats Washington ‘08

Phillip A. Cox Indiana ‘84

Christopher S. Dillion Illinois ‘03

Sam H. Busey James Madison ‘89

Steven B. Chaneles, Esq. Connecticut ‘83

Gary M. Coyne Texas Christian ‘04

Wallace C. Doud Wisconsin ‘48

Dr. J. Grant Buttram, Jr. North Carolina State ‘93

David O. Chang Pepperdine ‘04

Ryan C. Dressler Ohio State ‘08

James E. Byrns Wisconsin ‘48

Roger C. Chapman Texas-Austin ‘49

The Honorable Mitchell G. Crane West Chester ‘77

Clark H. Byrum, Sr. Indiana ‘57

Mark A. Christensen North Dakota ‘95

Jace W. Cairns Utah State ‘13

Kenneth G. Christianson Washington State ‘74

David R. Calderon CalPoly-Pomona ‘88

W. H. Clark North Carolina State ‘56

Kevin J. Carnevali Washington ‘95

Patrick J. Clark Tennessee-Martin Renaissance

Scott H. Carr California-Santa Barbara ‘86 Scott T. Carr Bowling Green State ‘97

Edward E. Dahlkamp San Diego State ‘63 Brett R. Danko Pennsylvania ‘90 John E. Davis Western Carolina ‘87 Bradley W. Day Arkansas ‘87 Michael H. DeGrenier Loras ‘84

Raymond P. Clarke West Virginia ‘84

David B. Deniger Texas-Austin ‘68

Alexander Claud Pepperdine ‘13

Ryan T. Denny Stanford ‘06

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through a Board of Governors level gift between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

To learn more, visit sigep.org/boardofgovernors

Dr. R. Scott Dudis Ohio State ‘09 John C. Durrant Stetson ‘96 Larry D. Eastepp Lamar ‘80 John M. Eber Bradley ‘73 Robert A. Eckert Arizona ‘76 Scott K. Edinger Florida State ‘92 Michael Elliott East Tennessee State ‘81

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Glenn T. Gnirrep Rutgers ‘82

Matthew M. Hillerud North Dakota ‘04

Bryan J. Kaminski Johns Hopkins ‘06

Michael R. Lincoln Southeast Missouri State ‘84

J. Phillip McKnight Arkansas ‘81

Christopher P. Nations Central Arkansas ‘94

Gregory J. Pusinelli Indiana ‘80

Mitchell E. Goldich Lehigh ‘09

Les M. Hinmon Northwest Missouri ‘84

Edward A. Kaplan Connecticut ‘88

Paul H. Litcher Indiana Tech ‘88

David M. McLaughlin Minnesota ‘92

Michael J. Neary, CFA Northern Illinois ‘90

Wendell G. Rakosky Baldwin Wallace ‘78

Brett A. Gough Wisconsin-Platteville ‘03

Joshua D. Hodnichak Case Western ‘10

Fred E. Karlinsky Miami (Florida) ‘89

Daniel K. Liu Southern Methodist ‘08

William McLaughlin

Kent C. Nelson Ball State ‘59

Richard S. Rankin Texas-Austin ‘77

Gregg R. Gowanloch Georgia Southern ‘96

Steve I. Hofstetter Columbia ‘02

Craig S. Kaufman Washington in St. Louis ‘86

Richard G. Long, Jr. Colorado State ‘79

Brent A. Noyes Southern California ‘74

Michael D. Repasky Ohio State ‘08

Joseph H. Etter Miami (Ohio) ‘73

Jamieson D. Gray Illinois ‘12

Jonathan A. Holland George Washington ‘02

Garry C. Kief Southern California ‘70

Christopher S. Loveless Texas Tech ‘92

William T. Oliver, Jr. Texas A&M ‘91

Maurice L. Richards, Jr. Tulsa ‘51

Glenn A. Ezell North Texas ‘87

Dr. Michael A. Green California-Berkeley ‘62

Richard L. Hoover Trine ‘71

Curtis R. Kimball Duke ‘72

Christopher P. Lynch Northeastern ‘07

Davis R. Orr Alabama ‘14

Murl R. Richardson, Jr. Texas A&M ‘76

Mark R. Fabere Iowa State ‘80

Gary E. Griffith Texas-Austin ‘70

Jeffrey T. Horan North Carolina State ‘11

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

Billy D. Maddalon North Carolina State ‘90

Brent J. Osborn Ohio State ‘09

Jay J. A. Rivera Babson ‘99

Matthew E. Fay California-Berkeley ‘13

Melvin H. Haas Cincinnati ‘62

H. Lorenz Horn Florida ‘56

G. Wayne Knupp, Jr. Huntingdon ‘95

Kenneth S. Maddox Oregon State ‘75

Duffy S. Oyster North Texas ‘69

Douglas S. Roberts Pennsylvania ‘83

Marc D. Ferguson Bradley ‘84

Charles E. Haldeman Dartmouth ‘70

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

Frank T. Ko Pepperdine ‘97

Luke Madera California-Berkeley ‘09

Joshua A. Paine Cal State-San Bernardino ‘12

Teddi I. Robeson

Roger R. Festa, Ph.D., FAIC Truman State ‘72

Dr. Edward H. Hammond Emporia State ‘66

Donald W. Hudler Ohio Wesleyan ‘56

Kreth J. Koehler Central Arkansas ‘92

Kevin A. Maguire Michigan Tech ‘83

Matthew D. Finke Truman State ‘04

Troy D. Hanson Valparaiso ‘02

Andrew G. Hughes Vermont ‘11

Kevin J. Koerner Wisconsin ‘84

Chris A. Mainz Pittsburgh State ‘88

George R. Follis, Jr. East Texas State ‘81

Timothy J. Harmon Washington ‘82

Jordan Carl Hunt Utah State ‘13

David J. Kohl Miami (Florida) ‘87

Phillip N. Maisano Belmont Abbey ‘69

L. Kent Fowler Evansville ‘85

Jay K. Harness, M.D. Arizona ‘65

Michael D. Hurst Missouri S&T ‘74

William K. Komperda Monmouth ‘81

Cal C. Majure

Christopher C. Mitchell Washington State ‘09

John P. Fredrickson Washington State ‘56

Bret M. Harrell Nebraska-Omaha ‘12

Kurtis M. Hutson Kent State ‘12

George J. Koperna, Jr. West Virginia ‘91

Roy A. J. Malatesta, Jr. San Francisco State ‘93

Sean A. Mittelman Ohio State ‘09

Stanley G. Freimuth Washington ‘70

Bert J. Harris, III Florida ‘74

Seth D. Irby Louisiana State ‘11

Mark S. Krzywonos Northern Kentucky ‘84

Kelly L. Mankin Western Michigan ‘82

William L. Monroe Western Michigan ‘63

Lucas A. Freudenburg Western Michigan ‘05

Charles S. Hartig Drake ‘07

Ryan P. Jacobsen San Diego ‘00

RADM Charles R. Kubic, CEC USN, Lehigh ‘72

Michael L. Mann Southern California ‘78

Daniel E. Moore Loras ‘13

John W. Hartman Missouri ‘61

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

Jonathan J. Kucera Virginia ‘69

C. Scott Manning Charleston (South Carolina) ‘07

Salvatore A. Moschelli Lawrence Tech ‘00

Bruce H. Hasenkamp Dartmouth ‘60

Julian Jelke

Kevin M. Kwoka San Diego State ‘11

Bryan B. Marsh, III North Texas ‘81

Daniel H. Mudd Kansas ‘95

Dr. Nidal Masri Indiana ‘86

Shawn T. Mullen Rhode Island ‘13

Reginald M. Maynigo IIT ‘05

Patrick T. Murphy Northeastern ‘10

Thomas C. Mays, III Lamar ‘76

Norman E. Nabhan, CIMA Purdue ‘71

Daniel T. McCaulley Arkansas Tech ‘11

Douglas M. Nabhan Purdue ‘77

Jason J. McGill Vanderbilt ‘08

Bradley C. Nahrstadt Monmouth ‘89

Shawn McKenna Maine ‘77

Benjamin Nahrstadt Indiana ‘16

BOARD OF GOVERNORS CONTINUED Michael G. Ellis Purdue ‘84 Matthew W. Engelhardt Valparaiso ‘91 Dare Pugh Estok

Patrick J. Gallagher San Diego State ‘14 Austin T. Gardner Maryland-College Park ‘11 Johnson L. Garrett, Jr. Syracuse ‘88 Jeffrey C. Gates Wichita State ‘89

David J. Haycock Florida Atlantic ‘02

Peter P. Gencarelli Central Missouri ‘75

Carey E. Heckman Dartmouth ‘76

John M. George Auburn ‘76 Cory S. Gerdes Northwestern ‘92 C. Bryce Giesler Tennessee ‘82

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Jamar M. Hawkins Lynchburg ‘04

Conrad W. Hewitt Illinois ‘58 Kent B. Hickman Colorado ‘61 Thomas E. Hill Richmond ‘64

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Parker Jelke Todd E. Johns Minnesota ‘98 Columbus L. Johnson, Jr. Sacramento State ‘85 Brent E. Johnson Northwest Missouri ‘84 Jeffery L. Johnson Colorado ‘89 Michael C. Josephson California-Irvine ‘07

Joseph W. Langella, Jr. Connecticut ‘83 Frank E. Laughon, Jr. Randolph-Macon ‘59 John R. Lawson, II Virginia Tech ‘75 James R. Laycock, II Tennessee Tech ‘70 Andrew P. Lemens Drake ‘08 F. Whitaker Leonhardt Georgetown ‘07

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through a Board of Governors level gift between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

J. Robert McLendon Lamar ‘64 Daniel W. McVeigh Texas Wesleyan ‘90 Daniel R. McWilliams Texas Tech ‘87 William V. Medbery Georgia ‘75 Roger A. Mermelstein Miami (Florida) ‘87 Dennis W. Mesenhimer Cal State-Long Beach ‘64 Riley S. Mieth Missouri S&T ‘08 Christopher G. Miller Western Michigan ‘14 Gregory A. Miller Tulane ‘10

Derek L. Pardee SUNY-Buffalo ‘83 Andrew J. Parrish Georgia ‘13 Matthew S. Parrish Georgia ‘08 Trent A. Patterson Wichita State ‘10 Robert A. Pedersen Nebraska-Omaha ‘71 Kurt T. Phares Nebraska ‘79 Robert L. Pierce Illinois ‘81 Ryan M. Pirtle Iowa State ‘06 Brad D. Polzar Wisconsin-Platteville ‘07 John A. Porreca Philadelphia ‘71 Dr. Barry Z. Posner California-Santa Barbara ‘70 Christopher W. H. Prall Case Western ‘01 Jeffrey R. Prather Ball State ‘99 Jeffrey D. Prouty Iowa State ‘79 James E. Pruitt, Jr. Georgia Tech ‘56

Marcus P. Robinson Dayton ‘99 William M. Rochfort, Jr. San Diego ‘04 J. Darren Rodgers Georgia ‘84 Matthew C. Rodrigue Maine ‘04 The Honorable David J. Roman Cornell ‘73 Samuel D. Ruble Morehead State ‘80 Mrs. Frank E. Rutherford Christopher J. Sacra Jacksonville ‘98 Keith L. Sapp Wyoming ‘03 Jeffrey G. Schiffman Tulane ‘05 Mark A. Schmid Detroit ‘81 Scott A. Schmidt Nebraska ‘82 Stanley R. Schmidt Miami (Florida) ‘52 Scott A. Schwartz Iowa ‘93 A. J. Scribante Kansas State ‘56


Alex K. Scull Westminster ‘12

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

James P. Spellman, II Texas Tech ‘90

John D. Stumpf Evansville ‘71

J. David Teitelman American ‘07

Peter M. Varney Davidson ‘96

Dale A. Werts Baker ‘84

Clinton M. Young Arkansas State ‘84

Adam W. Seiber Murray State ‘02

Clayton R. Simons Texas Christian ‘09

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

Daniel P. Sullivan WPI ‘12

Kenneth M. Thompson Washington ‘14

John E. Vercellino Illinois ‘75

Richard A. Wiklund, Jr. Richmond ‘89

Stephen L. Young Kansas ‘80

Gerald L. Seizert Toledo ‘74

Jared G. Sisley Toledo ‘07

Ehren J. Stanhope Tulane ‘05

Steven H. Sutow, Esq. Rider ‘00

Zariel J. Toolan Columbia ‘01

Joseph F. Vidulich American ‘08

Kelly L. Williams Tennessee ‘92

Xiao Zhao Stevens Tech ‘07

Michael T. Selby Eastern Michigan ‘02

Matthew B. Sloan Florida ‘09

Paul T. Steffens, Jr. Thiel ‘70

Kyle F. Sutton Cincinnati ‘12

Joseph M. Toth Maryland-College Park ‘14

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

Michael C. Williams Memphis ‘69

John E. Zollinger, Jr. Lehigh ‘57

Bobby S. Shackouls Mississippi State ‘72

Rodney L. Smart Sacramento State ‘77

Charles A. Stegman, Colorado ‘81

Gregory C. Swain Central Missouri ‘85

William G. Tragos Washington in St. Louis ‘56

Nicholas A. Wagner Wisconsin-Platteville ‘06

Timothy W. Williams North Texas ‘91

Stephen L. Young Kansas ‘80

Jonathan H. Shanklin Valparaiso ‘08

Ronald D. Smith San Diego State ‘69

Thomas K. Stempel, M.D. Thiel ‘69

Scott S. Swedberg Elon ‘11

Robert L. Trovaten San Diego State ‘67

Sheehan Z. A. Walker Virginia Commonwealth ‘11

Michael A. Wolbert Northwest Missouri ‘94

Xiao Zhao Stevens Tech ‘07

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

Ronnie L. Smith Lamar ‘78

Joshua L. Stewart Lamar ‘03

Prof. Ric W. Sweeney Cincinnati Renaissance

Brandon Tsubaki CalPoly-Pomona ‘06

Christopher C. Walters Pepperdine ‘03

David R. Wolverton Texas-Arlington ‘85

John E. Zollinger, Jr. Lehigh ‘57

Jonathan D. Shoemaker WPI ‘09

Jason C. Somrock Minnesota ‘02

Lee W. Stewart Virginia Commonwealth ‘10

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

Todd A. Stewart Morehead State ‘87

Brian P. Tahmoush Miami (Florida) ‘90

Mary Beth Tyler

Alex Wasilewski Maine ‘78

Matthew W. Sides Wisconsin-Platteville ‘02

B. Andrew Speed Arkansas ‘81

Philip E. Stieg Wisconsin ‘74

Dr. Stephen J. Taylor Tennessee Wesleyan ‘76

The Honorable Archer L. Yeatts, III Richmond ‘64

Stephen C. Valente Middle Tennessee State ‘96

Patrick B. Welborne Texas-Arlington ‘91

Beck serves as a chapter president mentor and is president of the Minnesota Alpha AVC. He and wife Michelle attended the 2015 Conclave Board of Governors Reception in Nashville, Tenn.

As an alumni-volunteer at Minnesota Alpha over the past 12 years, I’ve seen the impact that programs like Carlson Leadership Academy and the Ruck Leadership Institute make in shaping men’s lives. These programs build real-world skills that are generally absent from the typical college education. SigEp was an important part of my college experience and remains a very important part of my life today. —Matt Beck, Iowa ’90

To learn more, visit sigep.org/boardofgovernors

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LEGACY SOCIETY 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.

Sally and I met at the SigEp house at SDSU and have been married 47 years. The brothers have been with us all the way. By continuing our financial support of SigEp, we are choosing to be part of growing tomorrow’s leaders even though we may not be present. Joining Sigma Phi Epsilon gave me a sense of belonging to something bigger than myself when I started college. My leadership growth was encouraged and supported, as was my personal growth. Today, demands on college men continue to increase. It’s important to us that we’re able to help them rise to the challenge. —Bob Trovaten, San Diego State ’67

SigEp has been a constant in the lives of Bob and Sally Trovaten. His service was honored at the 2015 Conclave with the Order of the Golden Heart.

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Rev. Raymond K. Ackerman Oklahoma ‘77

C. Bryce Giesler Tennessee ‘82

Greg A. Pestinger Kansas State ‘86

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

John W. Hartman Missouri ‘61

Charles G. Raines Sam Houston ‘64

Andrew C. Baker Elon ‘06

Kent B. Hickman Colorado ‘61

Maurice L. Richards, Jr. Tulsa ‘51

Anthony C. Balestrieri George Washington ‘03

John R. Hoehl, Jr. Duke ‘72

Marcus P. Robinson Dayton ‘99

Thomas A. Barton Loras ‘89

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

A. Jay Hurt, III Davidson ‘88

Morris W. Rowland Iowa State ‘47

Clark H. Byrum, Sr. Indiana ‘57

Thomas B. Jelke Florida International ‘90

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

Phillip A. Cox Indiana ‘84

Frank T. Ko Pepperdine ‘97

William G. Tragos Washington in St. Louis ‘56

Bryan D. Coy Wright State ‘93

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

Robert L. Trovaten San Diego State ‘67

Mark W. Davis Nebraska ‘90

Timothy P. Lambert Cal State-Long Beach ‘90

Charles N. White, Jr. Western Michigan ‘62

Wallace C. Doud Wisconsin ‘48

Andrew C. Land Clemson ‘04

Michael C. Williams Memphis ‘69

R. Scott Dudis Ohio State ‘09

Jeffrey E. Lenci Montana ‘63

John S. Witemeyer, III Rutgers ‘55

Donald D. Duryee Fort Hays State ‘71

Paul H. Litcher Indiana Tech ‘88

Dr. Charles G. Eberly Bowling Green State ‘63

J. William Love, Jr. Oklahoma State ‘49

Carl R. Ernst

Shawn McKenna Maine ‘77

Michael A. Farley, Jr. Indiana Renaissance Mrs. Lenora Galbreath

Kevin A. O’Connor Loras ‘88


Dean Duncan, Indiana State ’52, member of the Order of the Golden Heart, devoted his life to the service of SigEp and its brothers.

DEAN DUNCAN July 3, 1930 - October 11, 2012

Though Duncan’s 2012 passing left countless SigEps saddened by the loss, his impact continues to be felt today. In his estate, Duncan left his beloved Indiana Delta Chapter with a debt-free chapter home and a scholarship endowment that will award nearly $25,000 each year to deserving undergraduates. His estate also provided support for the regional and national leadership events he attended as a chapter officer and volunteer, making it possible for brothers from chapters nationwide to attend these life-changing programs. Thanks to the extreme generosity of Duncan’s legacy gift, young SigEps will feel his presence in perpetuity.

To learn more, visit sigep.org/legacysociety

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Your Support

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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, 2014 and June 30, 2015.* Lifetime giving levels and donor societies are also noted in this list. SYMBOL KEY  Board of Governors  Hoop of Steel Society  Legacy Society LIFETIME GIVING LEVELS  $3,000,000+ (Reserved for first $3MM+ donor) ♦ $2,000,000-$2,999,999 (Carter Ashton Jenkens Society)  $1,000,000-$1,999,999 (Benjamin Donald Gaw Society)

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.

 $500,000-$999,999 (William Hugh Carter Society)  $250,000-$499,999 (William Andrew Wallace Society)  $100,000-$249,999 (Thomas Temple Wright Society)  $50,000-$99,999 (William Lazell Phillips 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)

*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.

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“There's a kid sitting in a SigEp chapter meeting somewhere who, just like me 30 years ago, desperately needs the SigEp experience. We owe him that support. The Fraternity gave me leadership and management skills, confidence, high expectations and brothers. Barb and I are fortunate to be able to give to SigEp ... because of SigEp. When we give, we retire a sliver of what I call my "unpaid debt to Uncle Billy." It's what our Lifetime Responsibility of Brotherhood is all about.” – Tom, Loras ’89, and Barb Barton

ALABAMA

ARIZONA

$600-$1,199 Davis R. Orr ‘14  $250-$599 Darryl B. Britt ‘61 $1-$249 Jeffrey S. Butler ‘01 Robert F. George ‘59 J. Patrick Meyer, Jr. ‘65  Robert A. Podolski ‘88 H. Wayne Richardson ‘65 Ms. Michael S. Symms ‘69 Russell S. Terry, Jr. ‘09 William A. Thomas ‘90 R. Bret Waugh ‘89  Jonathan P. Worrell ‘70

$1,200-$1,900 Robert A. Eckert ‘76  Jay K. Harness, M.D. ‘65  $250-$599 R. Gene Dewey ‘61  $1-$249 Lt. Colonel R. Dave Barclay, Retired ‘62  Clayton H. Baum ‘86  Wayne C. Benesch ‘64  Paul A. Chuppa ‘61  Adam E. Crompton ‘15  John L. Emery ‘17  Andrew G. Good ‘17  Richard G. Guthrie ‘55  Kevin M. Johnson ‘14  Matt E. Kranitz ‘18  Samuel Kraus ‘17  Michael D. Lorenz ‘17  Austin C. McCormick ‘17  Hossein Namazyfard ‘17  Joseph L. Neely ‘16  Joseph E. Padish ‘18  Henry J. Roden ‘17  Sai Shah ‘18  Tristen L. Watmore ‘18  Kevin Yi ‘17 

ALASKA-ANCHORAGE $250-$599 Reiki A. Ward ‘03 

ALASKA-FAIRBANKS $250-$599 Joseph M. Roberts ‘08

AMERICAN $600-$1,199 J. David Teitelman ‘07  Joseph F. Vidulich ‘08  $250-$599 Joseph E. Pavel ‘08  Kevin R. Taub ‘14 $1-$249 Glenn L. Holmes ‘15  Maxwell J. Marcucci ‘15  Gabriel A. Menchaca ‘15

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ARIZONA STATE $600-$1,199 Michael K. Moore ‘91  $250-$599 Andrew J. Nelson ‘65  $1-$249 Robert J. Anderson ‘63  Scott A. Biehl ‘73

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Kyle N. Harimoto ‘96 Douglas A. Jones ‘79 Jerry A. Mitchell ‘86 Samuel J. Schulz ‘66 

ARKANSAS $2,500-$4,999 David T. Matchet ‘76  $1,200-$1,900 Bradley W. Day ‘87  J. Phillip McKnight ‘81  B. Andrew Speed ‘81  $250-$599 James O. Graham ‘64  Archie B. Ryan, D.V.M. ‘83  William M. Ryan ‘13 James T. Womble ‘65  $1-$249 Cliff C. Cordes ‘80 Ronald P. Jones ‘65  Robert E. McCarley ‘65  Joseph V. Nemesi ‘16  William M. Raffety, Jr. ‘97 H. Terry Rasco, AIA ‘71 John Rumbelow ‘16  Archie B. Ryan ‘56 Colonel David L. Scobey ‘68 Bruce M. Shapard ‘74 W. Glenn Smith ‘85 John P. Sokol ‘17  William D. Thomas ‘84

ARKANSAS STATE $1,200-$1,900 Clinton M. Young ‘84  $1-$249 John G. Pennington ‘74

ARKANSAS TECH

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$600-$1,199 Daniel T. McCaulley ‘11  $1-$249 Thomas S. Avery ‘17  Jordan D. Barnes ‘17  Maro A. Croff, V ‘17  Christopher T. Gathright ‘16  Jazz A. Johnston ‘00 Samuel J. Pasthing ‘96

$2,500-$4,999 Wendell G. Rakosky ‘78  $1-$249 Dr. Robert L. Frank ‘68  Richard B. Kiplinger ‘58  Richard R. Krisher ‘50  Dr. Richard C. Meyer ‘52  Daniel J. Orsini ‘92 John Reeks ‘53 Allan K. Rodd ‘54 Charles R. Scott ‘59 Michael J. Skordeles ‘93  Major John M. Speers, USAF ‘65 William M. Taylor ‘52  Christopher M. Towne ‘68 Nicholas G. Traverso ‘16 

AUBURN $5,000-$9,999 John M. George ‘76  $600-$1,199 Dr. John W. Cottier ‘62  $250-$599 Carl D. Edem ‘75  $1-$249 Blake W. Cole ‘10 John R. Copeland ‘66 Richard W. Dean ‘66  Robert W. Harrison, Jr. ‘55  Donald N. Holley ‘66 William G. McArdle, Jr. ‘51 John M. Monte ‘88 Jeffrey A. Mullen ‘81  Charles E. Murphrey ‘61 J. Robert Murphy, Jr. ‘80 Thurman C. Pace, Jr. ‘48  Dr. Frank R. Parsons, Jr. ‘90 Joseph Schell ‘10 James K. Smith, III ‘69  Walter H. Thompson ‘64 David G. Williams, Jr. ‘94

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

AUSTIN PEAY STATE $1,901-$2,499 Christopher S. Drew ‘10  $250-$599 Caleb S. Roberts ‘10  $1-$249 Michael Rainier ‘14

BABSON $1,200-$1,900 Jay J. A. Rivera ‘99 

BAKER $1,200-$1,900 Dale A. Werts ‘84  $1-$249 Stephen A. Dudley ‘64 Lee R. Greenstreet ‘86 Craig W. Hackett ‘76 Ronald L. Jenson ‘58  Jackson K. Moormeier ‘19  Chad W. Phillips ‘17  Kirsten A. Shuck ‘12 Wayne A. Stewart ‘76 

BALL STATE $1,200-$1,900 Kent C. Nelson ‘59  Jeffrey R. Prather ‘99  $600-$1,199 Thomas H. Cooreman ‘65  $250-$599 William R. Adams ‘80 Kirk L. Tebo ‘97 $1-$249 Jerry D. Augsburger ‘60  David E. Beer ‘59 Maj. Matthew F. Boison ‘77  John B. Briggs ‘60 Joseph N. Brower ‘68 Patrick T. Costin ‘76 Brock Frazer ‘17 F. Allen Hall ‘72 Dr. Myron S. Henry ‘63 Michael F. Keppler ‘60 Mark S. Lazart ‘77 Richard J. Otolski ‘61  Dr. Don L. Park ‘61  Christopher L. Renner ‘66 Glenn A. Stamm ‘70 Dan M. Van Treese, Sr. ‘66 Jack L. Woodworth ‘74

BARTON $250-$599 R. Harrison Ward ‘79  $1-$249 Harold H. Hill ‘85  Frederick J. Massimi, III ‘09 Thomas Mistretta ‘15  Steven M. Pisapia, Jr. ‘11 Benjamin Rosolie ‘17  Daniel S. Strutton ‘15  Cody Warner ‘18  Phillip H. Warren ‘71

BAYLOR $600-$1,199 Chad H. Carlson, CFP ‘95  $250-$599 Coburn A. Buxton, Jr. ‘84 

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through the Sigma Phi Epsilon Education Foundation between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

$1-$249 David C. Dooley ‘89  George Eyambe ‘17  Charles E. Gamble, II ‘82 Michael C. Gary ‘93 Christopher A. Monroe ‘90 Grant K. Parish, D.D.S. ‘85

BELMONT ABBEY $1,200-$1,900 Phillip N. Maisano ‘69  $1-$249 F. Joseph Feeney, Jr. ‘75 John M. Queenan ‘76 Timothy J. Russell ‘87

BENTLEY $250-$599 John W. Cox ‘81  $1-$249 Troy D. Folkins ‘90 Brian J. Shultz ‘80  Neal R. Zwicker ‘84

BOSTON C. $250-$599 Andrew J. Tort ‘18 $1-$249 Robert C. Scarminach ‘12 Eric Tiede ‘18

BOSTON UNIVERSITY $10,000-$24,999 Herbert J. Philpott ‘55  $1-$249 Matthew W. Costa ‘14 William E. Crowell, Jr. ‘56 Roger W. Dickinson ‘57 Edward W. Dooley, Jr. ‘66 William C. Kurtz, Sr. ‘60  Richard Ponte ‘57 James A. Vick ‘67

BOWLING GREEN STATE $1,200-$1,900 Scott T. Carr ‘97  $600-$1,199 Dr. Charles G. Eberly ‘63  David C. Lacey, Jr. ‘53  $1-$249 Roger E. Akins ‘70  Andrew Bennett ‘17  William R. Casper ‘16  John V. Chidley ‘64 P. Michael Curtis ‘74  George J. Dillman ‘81 Richard G. Eber ‘17  Corey M. Follick ‘98 Thomas R. Hillhouse ‘64  Cody Jones ‘17  Daryl J. Knauss ‘63 Robert S. Lyons ‘64 Hunter C. Marcuson ‘16  David L. Mayer ‘84

Doyle E. McOwen ‘50 William R. Mitchell ‘52 Ronald D. Parthemore ‘73 Dr. Robert G. Peters, Jr. ‘70  Michael Setta ‘17  Leland G. Smith ‘70 Nathan A. Smith ‘15  Larry C. Taylor ‘67 Robert J. Thorndike ‘89  Christopher A. Tjotjos ‘80 Michael J. Vank ‘69 James W. West ‘64 

CAL STATE-FULLERTON

BRADLEY

CAL STATE-NORTHRIDGE

$1,901-$2,499 John M. Eber ‘73  Marc D. Ferguson ‘84  $1-$249 Richard C. Anderson ‘57 Lt. Colonel Michael R. Armstrong ‘57 John D. Dahl ‘89 Dale E. Fredericks ‘65  Charles L. Pillsbury ‘68 John G. Plumley ‘66 Edward S. Smith ‘55 Gregg H. Young ‘65

BUCKNELL $250-$599 Robert H. Nagel ‘77  $1-$249 Paul N. Anderson ‘54 David Brearley, Jr. ‘66 John M. Claycomb ‘51 Robert J. Dretar ‘64 Otto H. Ferrari, Jr. ‘67  Richard E. Frazier, Jr. ‘74  Richard C. Gawenus ‘69 John H. Hardenstine ‘59  Philip N. Hublitz ‘62 Joseph Levi, II ‘48  William A. Matthews ‘80 Charles W. North, V ‘06  Robert G. Smith ‘62  P. Barry Straus ‘65 Tyler J. Troast ‘08 Robert J. Wallace ‘54

BUFFALO STATE $600-$1,199 Edward F. Jones ‘96 

CAL STATE-CHICO $250-$599 Douglas K. MacAdams ‘76  $1-$249 Christopher E. Cole ‘81  David H. Fusi ‘72 Dr. Mahlon M. Hile ‘68  Mark A. Tomsic ‘85 

$1,200-$1,900 John-Conrad G. Villacorte ‘01  $250-$599 Alex D. Grieve ‘12

CAL STATE-LONG BEACH $1,200-$1,900 Dennis W. Mesenhimer ‘64  $1-$249 Richard L. Conde ‘96 Gregg S. Florence ‘68

$250-$599 Brian R. Hubinger ‘01  David G. Lowham ‘92  $1-$249 Sean E. Andersen ‘97 Sal Damji ‘93 Kenneth R. Dory ‘89 Ismael Gomez ‘18  Jeremy R. Holland ‘98 Richard L. Hubinger, Renaissance James P. Kochel ‘94 Eric Y. Lee ‘93 Marc B. Levine ‘96 Ryan A. Mallick ‘08 Sean C. Parker ‘91 Brooks M. Ribeiro ‘16  Mario R. Rivas, Jr. ‘99 Jesse T. Teel ‘04 John R. Vietor ‘95

CAL STATESAN BERNARDINO $600-$1,199 Joshua A. Paine ‘12  $1-$249 Jordan Q. Alvira ‘17  Caleb Asbra ‘18  Jesse Cady ‘16  Andrew J. Lenzini ‘16  Adrian Martinez ‘16  Steven Morua ‘18  Tyler Wolfe ‘16 

CAL STATE-SAN JOSE $250-$599 Daniel L. Lewis ‘67 James H. McKee ‘68  John A. Worthington ‘66  $1-$249 Stephen W. Betts ‘67 John J. Haggerty ‘62 Donn B. Murphy ‘66  Douglas J. Pavese ‘63 

CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY $1,901-$2,499 Dr. Michael A. Green ‘62  $600-$1,199 Matthew E. Fay ‘13 


Luke Madera ‘09  Stephen L. Millich ‘63  Garold D. Raff ‘59  $250-$599 Stuart G. Gould ‘59  Roderic W. Thomas ‘57  $1-$249 Jon K. Alban ‘92 David R. Berneman ‘06 Sean D. Doyle ‘87  R. Terry Duryea ‘69  Walter E. Elkington ‘57 Frank J. Isola, Jr. ‘68 Justin Johnson ‘16  Fred C. Merriam ‘64 Howard A. Schirmer, Jr. ‘63  Spencer T. Sheaff ‘13 Gerald B. Steel ‘65 Dr. Donald E. Williams ‘64 

CALIFORNIA-DAVIS $250-$599 David W. Bradt ‘03 $1-$249 Dr. Ronald D. Cave ‘75 James P. Finch ‘89  John V. Gleason ‘84 Sean E. Halligan ‘06 Christopher J. Harmon ‘95 Craig J. Tvedt ‘02

CALIFORNIA-IRVINE $600-$1,199 Michael C. Josephson ‘07  $1-$249 Nick Z. Weston ‘13

CALIFORNIA-RIVERSIDE

David C. Diekmann ‘89 Aaron Lavine ‘05 James A. Phillips, Ph.D., C.F.P., E.A. ‘62 Glenn C. Pritchard ‘69 James A. Simpson ‘69 

CALPOLY-POMONA $1,200-$1,900 Kenneth J. Barker ‘91  David R. Calderon ‘88  Brandon Tsubaki ‘06  $600-$1,199 Renato G. Villacorte ‘91  $250-$599 Neil C. Blais ‘82  Brian P. Kleinsmith ‘96  Jeffrey W. Schultz ‘04  $1-$249 Sean C. Bennett ‘97 Brian H. Daly ‘92  Thomas P. Gathmann ‘83  Geoffrey T. Hamill ‘92 Dr. Donald F. Putnam ‘68 

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

CANISIUS $1-$249 Jonathan J. Christen ‘16  Mark G. Evans ‘83 Perry D. Figliotti ‘83 David Jamison ‘17  Edward Reyes ‘17  James P. Schnell ‘95

$250-$599 Brenton S. Bauer ‘08 $1-$249 Andrew V. Perkins ‘13

CARNEGIE MELLON

CALIFORNIA-SAN DIEGO

CARROLL

$1-$249 Rodrigo B. Crisostomo ‘16  Derreck C. Dasilva ‘18  Andrew Diaz ‘16  Deven W. Hill ‘15  Dr. Ryan R. Reeves ‘00 Daniel T. Schiff ‘16 

$1-$249 Keith E. Letsche, Esq. ‘70

CALIFORNIASANTA BARBARA $2,500-$4,999 Dr. Barry Z. Posner ‘70  $1,200-$1,900 Scott H. Carr ‘86  $250-$599 William R. Tiernay ‘52  $1-$249 Daniel N. Abellera ‘79  Louis C. Bortz ‘52  Marvin G. Bultman, II ‘70

$1-$249 Gregory B. Blank ‘99 Keith A. Eich ‘02

CASE WESTERN $1,200-$1,900 Christopher W. H. Prall ‘01  $600-$1,199 Bayard V. Gennert ‘02  Joshua D. Hodnichak ‘10  $250-$599 Lawrence P. Colucci ‘96  $1-$249 Brendan Bupp ‘17  Alan Burke ‘16  Sean Dee ‘06 Brian J. Foss ‘01 Andrew R. Pozzuto ‘09 Matthew Randall ‘16  Grant Simonson ‘17  Jason R. Teplensky ‘17 

CENTRAL ARKANSAS $5,000-$9,999 Gary L. Huff ‘91  $1,200-$1,900 Kreth J. Koehler ‘92  Christopher P. Nations ‘94  $1-$249 Michael J. Counts ‘16  Matthew P. Himstedt ‘17  Tate McKay ‘18  Austin B. Oberlag ‘16  Corey A. Parks ‘16  Kyle Peters ‘16  Warren T. Readnour ‘90  Richard D. Sisk ‘16  Jarod R. Wickliffe ‘16 

CENTRAL FLORIDA $1-$249 Gregory B. Morand ‘99 David B. Simons, Jr. ‘89

CENTRAL MICHIGAN $1-$249 James T. Bishop ‘68 Gregory D. Cocke ‘78  Charles K. Payne ‘80 Commander Oliver H. Porter, USN ‘57 Theodore W. Roscoe ‘62

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 Dr. Victor L. Clark ‘78 Nicholas A. De Jong ‘16  Jeremy E. Goss ‘16  Max D. Harper ‘71 Joel A. Jackson ‘16  Jason K. Ketz ‘16  Kendall R. Kraus ‘17  Tyler G. Laughlin ‘08 Trey J. Lawrence ‘17  Brandon M. Loredo ‘16  Brock A. McCullough ‘17  Jordan O. Snyder ‘18  Jordan C. Staggs ‘16  Douglas M. Swann ‘17  Justin C. Vann ‘17 

CHARLESTON (SOUTH CAROLINA) $600-$1,199 Michael M. Carriere ‘10  C. Scott Manning ‘07 

CHARLESTON (WEST VIRGINIA) $1-$249 Frank B. Mathews ‘68 Martin L. Valerio ‘73 

CHICAGO $1-$249 Joseph Dozier ‘11 Conor P. Healy ‘10

CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT $250-$599 Riley S. Little ‘13 $1-$249 Joshua K. Blakely ‘05 CJ B. Cahill ‘16  Maximilian S. Castelli ‘17  Ryan D’Ercole ‘16  Bryan C. Gunst ‘11 Timothy S. Laboy-Coparropa ‘17  Nicholas A. Mirra ‘15 Henry W. O’Grady, IV ‘06 Eric H. Parsley ‘17  Timothy J. Shaughnessy ‘09

CINCINNATI $25,000-$49,999 Dan P. Komnenovich ‘74  Maris Kuga ‘63  $10,000-$24,999 Melvin H. Haas ‘62  $2,500-$4,999 Phillip J. Gagen ‘02  Scott F. Partridge ‘69  Dennis R. Reigle ‘67  $1,901-$2,499 Jon L. Larue ‘79  Reineiro L. Medina, III ‘99  Franklin W. Nutter ‘69  Timothy L. Timmel ‘70  $1,200-$1,900 John A. Abraham ‘77  Jerome J. Powers ‘98  Roger A. Stateczny ‘92  Prof. Ric W. Sweeney, Renaissance  $600-$1,199 James A. Abend ‘73  David W. Beede ‘64  James G. Bokach ‘02  Rudolf Bredenbeck ‘54  Kevin R. Broch ‘95  Kelly P. Conway ‘82  Lawrence D. Damron ‘68  Robert J. Day ‘71  Robert A. Fessler ‘63  Luke M. Gromen ‘99  Ryan C. Hayes ‘05  Gregory O. Miles ‘84  Dwight L. Moody, Jr. ‘63  Lawrence S. Oelschlegel ‘72 

Kevin T. Smith ‘98  Kyle F. Sutton ‘12  Harold W. Thomas ‘53  Hiram B. Wooton ‘08  $250-$599 David L. Allen ‘63  Zachary R. Bryson ‘08  William P. Freudenberger ‘63  Kent P. Friel ‘59 Michael O. Hard ‘64  Robert C. Loesch ‘63  Daniel F. Lysaght ‘82 John E. McKibben ‘64 Gail H. Plunkett ‘74 Timothy J. Quackenbush ‘08  Christopher P. Schneider ‘83  Thomas E. Vick ‘69  $1-$249 Erik C. Angus ‘17  Jeffrey A. Back ‘18  James F. Benner ‘52 Sean C. Cosgrove ‘05  John L. Driver ‘55 Paul E. Ehrnschwender ‘51 Ronald L. Griffith ‘54 Paul R. Hart ‘08 Michael L. Heisel ‘72 Daniel A. Johnston ‘04 James A. Jones ‘63  James W. Maurer ‘67 Harold C. McGlathery ‘63  Michael S. Mills ‘04 Louis F. Moormeier ‘50 Gerald F. Ose ‘67 Trenton T. Pfister ‘18  Martin B. Popp, M.D. ‘64 Brian A. Rapien ‘10 Richard F. Roehr ‘59  Paul H. Siegel ‘52 Robert N. Wagner, IV ‘16  David J. Wenzel ‘06 

CLARION $600-$1,199 Jonathan B. Catanzarita ‘11  $250-$599 Eric T. Pascucci ‘94 $1-$249 James A. Delawrence ‘16  Devin J. Forgey ‘16  Trapper Hughes ‘17  Daniel Letts ‘17  Collin Meyers ‘17  Cody A. Rapp ‘12 Seth R. Updegraff ‘17  Devon D. Vallies ‘17  Lance A. Whitehead ‘16 

CLARKSON $1-$249 Matthew K. Fox ‘03  Michael A. St. Croix ‘09 

CLEMSON $250-$599 Carlos Quintero ‘73  $1-$249 Thomas M. Hatcher, Sr. ‘79 Rodney D. Hunt ‘83  David V. Saitta ‘72 Jose A. Tarrio ‘89 Matthew J. Watkins ‘77 

CLEVELAND STATE $1-$249 Joseph V. Barna ‘78  Nicholas Bossard ‘16  Jordan M.C. Ficyk ‘18  David L. Huiett ‘66  Matthew A. Lisak ‘15  Ralph B. McNerney ‘71 Andres Saldana ‘18  Joseph G. Spagnuolo, Renaissance  Timothy G. Yanda ‘87

COASTAL CAROLINA $1-$249 R. Norman Evans ‘82 

COLORADO $25,000-$49,999 Kent B. Hickman ‘61  $10,000-$24,999 Christopher L. Bittman ‘85  Gerardus H. Van Moorsel ‘82  $5,000-$9,999 Jack B. Whitt ‘62  $2,500-$4,999 Charles A. Stegman ‘81  $1,200-$1,900 Jeffery L. Johnson ‘89  $600-$1,199 James Bearns ‘84  $1-$249 George J. Argeris ‘54 Mark F. Brune ‘85 Charles N. Douglas ‘49 Dr. Christopher J. Gassman ‘04 Jon M. Goodman ‘84 Thomas M. Hall ‘81  Charles S. Johnson ‘07 Jay B. Lipe ‘81  Lorne D. Matheson ‘60  Colonel John P. Millar ‘83  Douglas S. Moore ‘85 Justin J. Neuenschwander ‘07 David B. Parkinson ‘57 Robert G. Shaw ‘83 

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES $1-$249 Colton T. Aldridge ‘18  Lawrence E. Barrett ‘50 Evan Campbell ‘17 

Robert R. Cederstrom ‘60  Nicholas Daskalakis ‘17  Laurence H. Gardner ‘53 C. Jacob Overstreet ‘17  Roland F. Pohler ‘57 Nicholas Stauch ‘17  Charles R. Wagner ‘81  John J. Zeman ‘56 

COLORADO STATE $25,000-$49,999 Chad M. Ellington ‘99  $10,000-$24,999 Tom M. Atkins, Jr. ‘80  James B. Benemann ‘78  J. Tim Biddle ‘73  Gary B. Halley ‘60  Richard G. Long, Jr. ‘79  Colin D. Thompson ‘79  Cory D. Thompson ‘82  $5,000-$9,999 David D. Beck ‘78  John W. Clark ‘65  Bryan A. Harmsen ‘01  Breck K. Vassios ‘87  Stefan L. Wenger ‘95  $2,500-$4,999 Anthony M. Mauro ‘99  $1,901-$2,499 Thomas C. Livingston ‘79  Robert L. Warner ‘58  $600-$1,199 Lt. Colonel Victor R. Bird ‘62  $1-$249 Ryan T. Garthright ‘10 Ross A. Hendrix ‘07 Gerry D. Turner ‘66 James E. Vetting ‘68

COLUMBIA $5,000-$9,999 Zariel J. Toolan ‘01  $1,901-$2,499 Thomas W. Russell ‘99  $1,200-$1,900 Steve I. Hofstetter ‘02  James A. Schmid, III ‘00  $250-$599 John W. Croll ‘12 Thomas E. Huth ‘03 $1-$249 Justin Feit ‘14 Dr. Daniel J. Haders ‘01 Nathan R. Levick ‘11 Brian S. Marcus ‘12 D. Perry Nickerson ‘13 John H. Peng ‘14 Zachary A. Silverzweig ‘05 Randy Subramany ‘11

CONNECTICUT $2,500-$4,999 Edward A. Kaplan ‘88 

$1,200-$1,900 Steven B. Chaneles, Esq. ‘83  Joseph W. Langella, Jr. ‘83  $250-$599 Eric D. Muschlitz ‘92  William E. Wivell ‘85  $1-$249 Tyler D. Cappello ‘16  Lawrence J. Carboni, Jr. ‘86 Daniel Carnein ‘16  Robert F. Ciolino ‘16  Zane R. Cooke ‘18  Paul M. Deangelis ‘17  Robert A. Flynn ‘82  Jacob A. Gardner ‘17  Robert J. Hennessey ‘63 Samad A. Khan ‘18  Steven M. Kiel ‘72 Michael K. McGuigan ‘16  William J. Oldach ‘16  Kenneth J. Petrella ‘10 Jonathan A. Plucker, Ph.D. ‘91 Michael D. Rosenthal ‘16  Robert H. Saunders ‘63 Alan O. Stickles ‘59 Dr. George A. Zitnay ‘60

CORNELL $1,200-$1,900 The Honorable David J. Roman ‘73  $250-$599 Peter B. Dirlam ‘56  $1-$249 Randall E. Allen ‘05 Alin Barsan ‘16  Walter R. Curtice ‘58 William J. Doody ‘68 Richard J. Evans ‘45 Robert M. Freeman ‘08 Gregory N. Mezey ‘09  Dr. Victor C. Ortloff ‘64 Albert J. Rim ‘86 James H. Schoonmaker ‘74  Mitchell E. Stern, M.D. ‘76 

CREIGHTON $1-$249 Eric J. Christensen ‘96 Thomas H. Copeman, IV ‘16  Charlton F. Meyer ‘17  Nick P. Nussbaum ‘16 

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

DARTMOUTH $50,000-$99,999 Carey E. Heckman ‘76   $25,000-$49,999 Robert O. Wetzel ‘76 

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$5,000-$9,999 David J. Clark ‘76  Samuel Reckford ‘83  Martin J. Weinstein ‘81  $2,500-$4,999 Charles E. Haldeman ‘70  James G. Kreissman ‘84  $1,901-$2,499 Michael C. Chapman ‘76  $1,200-$1,900 Glenn L. Burdick ‘74  Bruce H. Hasenkamp ‘60  Richard H. Kimball ‘78  $600-$1,199 David C. Barrow, MBA ‘94  William E. Brown ‘07  Ryan P. Donovan ‘96  Jay Miller ‘82  Herbert F. Philpott ‘85  Mark M. Weld ‘76  $250-$599 John T. Bennett ‘96  Matthew A. Brown ‘05  William L. Burke, Jr. ‘76  Jason M. DiMarino ‘97  Douglas C. Doucet ‘98 Michael J. Dovidio ‘07  Rob M. Fasani ‘98 Peter A. Furci ‘92  Leonard A. Gail ‘85  Kevin M. Garland ‘07  Stephen R. Munger ‘79  James A. Ouellette ‘88  Keith K. Schuricht ‘05 Derrick T. Smith ‘07  Allan R. Walker, M.D. ‘60  Michael Woodward ‘81  $1-$249 John A. Adams ‘83 Douglas M. Antaya ‘78 Sean M. Anthony ‘06  Paul J. Biggs ‘01 Parker W. Borg ‘61 W. Robert Brazelton, Ph.D. ‘56 Lee A. Bronsnick ‘99  Gregory V. Clow ‘81 Raymond M. DeGuzman ‘94 Andrew A. Doherty ‘86 Dodd S. Griffith ‘87  Peter A. H. Hasenkamp ‘98  Daniel S. Hassouni ‘05 Gary C. Jan ‘98  Michael A. Keller ‘90 Michael L. Kimmel ‘94  Dr. John M. Lewis ‘70 Harold D. Mallory ‘74 Chad D. Northrup ‘96 Todd P. Piro ‘00 Juan S. Restrepo ‘07 Daniel S. Richman ‘95 Andrew E. Riker ‘97  Lee A. Rosengard ‘73 Dr. Derek G. Shendell ‘96  Christopher S. Vale ‘95 

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DAVIDSON $25,000-$49,999 A. Jay Hurt, III ‘88   $1,200-$1,900 Peter M. Varney ‘96  $250-$599 Sawyer J. Hicks ‘14 Jacques L. Vauclain, III ‘90  $1-$249 Stewart M. Cates ‘90 Dr. Paul A. Horne, Jr. ‘79 Colonel James G. Humphrys, Ret. ‘50 Walter C. Joyce, Jr. ‘77  Ross Kruse ‘17  Philip A. Leonard ‘72  G. Michael Parsons, Jr. ‘08  Dr. John T. St. Clair, Jr. ‘59 Moffatt A. Ware, Jr. ‘56

Warren E. Hood ‘64 Kevin L. Howard ‘90 Rev. Jack M. McKelvey ‘63 Mark R. Mitchell ‘92 Warren J. Patterson ‘93 Timothy W. Peters ‘70  Charles P. Pinto ‘69  James H. Poole ‘72  Joshua B. Schein ‘08 Kenneth C. Schilling ‘64 Stephen E. Stockwell ‘67  Richard G. Taylor ‘71  Bryan J. Townsend ‘04 Davis H. Truax ‘55 Melville F. Warren, Jr. ‘81 

DENVER $1-$249 Donald C. Henke ‘51 

DAVIS & ELKINS

DEPAUL

$250-$599 Eugene C. Schurg, Jr. ‘77  $1-$249 Clark W. Bowman ‘87 Tharon L. Jack ‘61  Dr. George P. Morgan, Jr. ‘61  Brig. Gen. Robert M. Murdock ‘69  Donald F. Santamaria ‘62

$1-$249 Oliver W. Debe ‘13 Micheal K. Seraphin ‘04

DETROIT

DAYTON

DRAKE

$2,500-$4,999 Marcus P. Robinson ‘99  $1,200-$1,900 Christopher L. Bagi, Esq. ‘06  $250-$599 Brian C. Inyart ‘97  $1-$249 Mark J. Smalley ‘91 

DEFIANCE $1-$249 Rev. Richard A. Carse ‘69

DELAWARE $250-$599 Dr. William F. Maloney ‘68  Michael A. Silverman, M.D. ‘88  $1-$249 Andreas Aastad ‘49  Bruce S. Andrews ‘74  Perry F. Boone ‘70 Dr. Alfred B. Brown ‘59 James L. Budd ‘68 Zachery C. Carter ‘73 Kevin J. Connelly ‘15 Paul N. Costello ‘66 James S. Dick ‘59 Kenneth S. Dominy ‘90 James W. Felch, M.D. ‘69  Paul W. Forbes ‘75  I. Barry Guerke, Esq. ‘70 

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$1,200-$1,900 Mark A. Schmid ‘81  $1-$249 Sheldon H. Moore, Jr. ‘63

$600-$1,199 Tyler R. Boggess ‘10  Andrew P. Lemens ‘08  Chad S. Whipple ‘03  $250-$599 Charles S. Hartig ‘07  Damon A. Keeble ‘08  Christopher M. Trunkey ‘88  $1-$249 John R. Bauer ‘63 William C. Berry ‘58  Justin Dwyer ‘16  Peter Elliott ‘13 Parker Foote’17  Truman F. Hatfield ‘61 Harold W. Higgs ‘49  William R. Jackson ‘67  Brian R. Jenkins ‘80  Randy A. Noble ‘73 David W. Orris ‘68  Martin L. Pillers ‘51 Ryan Price ‘12 Mark D. Reiter ‘15 Brady D. Wolfe ‘09 

DREXEL $1-$249 John L. Dougherty ‘05 Brian P. Kerrigan ‘05 Thomas J. Teson ‘13

DRURY

EASTERN ILLINOIS

$1-$249 Major John J. Ley, USAF ‘50  D. James Moses ‘84 James E. Parker ‘64 Theodore C. Salveter, III ‘58

$1-$249 Keith J. Ryniak ‘96 

DUKE $1,200-$1,900 Curtis R. Kimball ‘72  $600-$1,199 Gerald R. Whitt, Esq. ‘72  $250-$599 Caleb H. Barnhardt, Jr. ‘62  $1-$249 Mark G. Barry ‘77 Dr. Keith W. Bennert ‘83 Dr. John S. Cargile ‘77  Paul C. Cronce, M.D. ‘54 Dr. John F. Few ‘51 Arthur W. Judd ‘52 Rev. B. Wayne Kinyon ‘58 John H. Orr ‘74 David B. Parsons ‘70 John F. Sacha, Esq. ‘70 

EAST CAROLINA $250-$599 Oakley W. Hogg, III ‘91 Wesse C. Ranes, III ‘67  $1-$249 J.L. Skip Browder ‘67 William H. Carr, Jr. ‘75 Wayne R. Nixon ‘73 John T. Richardson ‘03

EAST TENNESSEE STATE $2,500-$4,999 Colonel William G. Sikes, Jr. ‘57  $1,200-$1,900 Michael Elliott ‘81  $250-$599 Richard G. Clarke ‘71 Mark W. Peterson ‘88 Robert D. Van de Vuurst ‘83  $1-$249 Joe C. Collins ‘55  Drew W. Day ‘83 Taylor Forbes ‘16  Lt. Colonel L. Earl Holloman, Ret. ‘59 William D. Perryman’16  Earl W. Rogers, Jr. ‘71 William T. Terrell ‘85 Robert E. Worthington ‘67 

EAST TEXAS STATE $1,901-$2,499 George R. Follis, Jr. ‘81  $600-$1,199 Howard L. Nycum ‘69  $1-$249 Morris G. Cox ‘68 

EASTERN MICHIGAN $1,200-$1,900 Michael T. Selby ‘02  $1-$249 William F. Eardley, IV, Renaissance

EASTERN WASHINGTON $600-$1,199 Michael A. Johnson ‘01  $1-$249 Jesse D. Greening ‘15  Nathan Peters ‘16 

ELON $600-$1,199 Andrew C. Baker ‘06  Scott S. Swedberg ‘11  $1-$249 Emory E. Bolton, Jr. ‘76 David M. Dickerson ‘77 Patrick E. McLaughlin ‘16 Zachary T. Pope ‘07 James G. Wright ‘07 

EMORY $1-$249 Kyle T. Adams ‘17  Jonah Chang ‘17  Kang Kyuk Ko ‘16  Daivik J. Malhotra ‘17  Cole J. Owens ‘16  Amol Vadhan ‘17 

EMPORIA STATE $2,500-$4,999 Dr. Edward H. Hammond ‘66  $1-$249 Thomas C. Bell ‘66  Larry J. Burns ‘71  M. Wayne Davidson ‘54 Dominic Eliot ‘16  John R. Gaston ‘55 Vincent P. Hamilton ‘13 Jesse Higginbotham ‘18  Michael D. Hoefer ‘69 Daniel G. Hoelter ‘05 Dr. Kenneth A. Martinez ‘57  Larry K. McGinnis ‘68 Raymond L. Rentfro ‘61 Leon A. Torkelson ‘65  Taylor Weisman ‘17 

EVANSVILLE $1,200-$1,900 David T. Bertorello ‘89  L. Kent Fowler ‘85  John D. Stumpf ‘71 

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through the Sigma Phi Epsilon Education Foundation between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

$250-$599 Major Frederick E. Barton ‘66  Timothy B. Breeding ‘86 $1-$249 Gary Ahrens ‘59  Eugene W. Bricker ‘62 David A. Buckman ‘58 Paul S. Ensign ‘76 Rev. Mitchell C. Gieselman ‘78 Todd R. Giganti ‘00 Stephan R. Hammers ‘71  Jerry L. Hochstetler ‘62  David A. Klein ‘07 Robert W. Kuhlman ‘75  David A. Schaefer ‘62 Kurt G. Shepherd ‘98 Donald J. Thompson, II ‘87  Spencer K. Vinson ‘05

$1-$249 Nickolai A. Cherevko ‘13 Luis A. Leon Cedano ‘11

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON

FLORIDA STATE

$600-$1,199 Michael T. Fogarty ‘77  $1-$249 Robert L. Klingenburg ‘74  Jeffrey W. Mirk ‘76 

$1,200-$1,900 Scott K. Edinger ‘92  $600-$1,199 Craig S. Perry ‘85  $250-$599 Jeffrey D. Gargiulo ‘74  Simeon C. Sparkman, Jr. ‘64  $1-$249 Terry C. Bibleheimer ‘67 Marcos A. Cabello ‘17  Steven R. Carter ‘91 David K. Gibson ‘87  Captain William J. McCarron, Jr. ‘65 Douglas J. McCrea ‘68 Dennis E. Nickle ‘61  Paul W. Norton, Jr., USAF, Ret. ‘64  Randall N. Vitale ‘99 John F. Williams ‘68 

FERRIS STATE $1-$249 Richard S. Bugajski ‘62 Robert C. Felton ‘65  George H. Montgomery ‘75  Dale E. Starnes ‘65 Van D. Waugh ‘71

FLORIDA $2,500-$4,999 Douglas J. Band ‘95  $1,200-$1,900 Bert J. Harris, III ‘74  H. Lorenz Horn ‘56  Arthur J. Siccardi ‘98  $600-$1,199 Matthew B. Sloan ‘09  $1-$249 V. John Brook, Jr., P.A. ‘68  Patrick C. Comiskey ‘88  Jim L. Gibbons ‘52 Paul H. Grigsby ‘63  Thomas F. Slater ‘83  Jeffrey P. Wilson, P.A. ‘76 

FLORIDA ATLANTIC $1,901-$2,499 David J. Haycock ‘02  $1-$249 Joseph M. Baird ‘07  Nathan B. Custodio ‘05  Jose F. Herrera ‘05 Shane C. Shannon ‘08

FLORIDA GULF COAST $250-$599 Zachary B. Edington ‘11

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL $10,000-$24,999 Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D. ‘90  $2,500-$4,999 James N. Horst, D.O. ‘92  $250-$599 Benjamin A. Sardinas ‘01

FLORIDA SOUTHERN $2,500-$4,999 Hoyt R. Barnett ‘65  $1-$249 William E. Hoyer ‘67 Eric W. Thomas ‘74 

FORT HAYS STATE $1-$249 Aaron M. Alexander ‘98 Loren J. Pepperd ‘68  Wade A. Ruckle ‘85 Kevin G. Struckhoff ‘82

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

FRESNO STATE $1-$249 Robert L. Clegg ‘95

GEORGE MASON $1,200-$1,900 Major Mark W. Hamilton ‘86  $600-$1,199 Brandt T. Heatherington ‘86  Jeffrey T. Hunter ‘88  P. Sean Leahey ‘96 

James E. McConville ‘85  $1-$249 Remy Ajaoudi ‘06 David J. Audi ‘94 David A. Basinger ‘84 Vineet K. Bhatia ‘94 Michael A. Blair ‘93 Joseph C. Brown ‘95 Alberto Carbo ‘00 Travis W. Castleman ‘01 Michael A. Connell ‘07 Dr. John S. Connor ‘93 Christopher M. Cruse ‘00 Robert A. Diaz ‘95 Anthony T. Edwards ‘96 James M. Eglin, Jr. ‘85 Stephen F. Francis ‘92 Col. Aaron L. Geduldig, Renaissance Tyler Gray ‘06 Ricky S. Greenberg ‘93 Steven V. Hall ‘85 Jose A. Hernandez, Jr. ‘93 Randall L. Jones ‘93 Glenn J. Laskin ‘93 John J. Lee ‘86 Marc H. Lenzen ‘85 David S. Linthicum ‘85 Michael J. Lupichuk ‘94 Carlos R. Matos ‘08 Gregory K. McDonough ‘95 Patrick M. Moffitt ‘95 Thomas J. Moffitt ‘93 Stephen E. Moroz, Renaissance David N. Muir, Jr. ‘94 Kevin J. Mulroe ‘94 Dorian N. Paidas ‘93 Spyro A. Papademetriou ‘89 Kevin M. Piotter ‘92 Brian B. Plombon ‘84  Christopher W. Plumley ‘88 Michael J. Powderly ‘91 Jesse L. Price ‘93 Robert J. Schmid ‘93 Vernon L. Strang, Jr. ‘81 Donald Utley ‘06 Christopher J. Veillette ‘84 Jason R. Wade ‘91

GEORGE WASHINGTON $2,500-$4,999 Anthony C. Balestrieri ‘03  $1,200-$1,900 Jonathan A. Holland ‘02  $600-$1,199 Kenneth E. Rhines ‘89  $250-$599 Kevin T. Barnett ‘04  $1-$249 Raymond R. Baumann ‘79 John N. Dano ‘59  Jonathan D. Fraade ‘80  Frederick J. Gauvreau ‘62 Allan I. Nappen, Esq. ‘91 


Michael S. Rosenberg, Esq. ‘91 Benjamin A. Snyder ‘09 Richard N. Wardell ‘52 Hans W. Zassenhaus ‘63

GEORGETOWN $600-$1,199 F. Whitaker Leonhardt ‘07  Jeffrey D. Wray ‘11  $1-$249 Christian A. Chung ‘15 Ashwin C. Puri ‘18 

GEORGIA $10,000-$24,999 J. Darren Rodgers ‘84  $1,200-$1,900 William V. Medbery ‘75  Matthew S. Parrish ‘08  $600-$1,199 Andrew J. Parrish ‘13  Jonathan G. Poole, Jr. ‘14  Kevin E. Shumaker ‘84  $1-$249 Paul R. Addison ‘66  Rev. R. Proctor Chambless, Jr. ‘71 Logan J. Chappuis ‘17  Daniel A. Duncan ‘85 Houston A. Gaines ‘17  Garrett M. Hendricks ‘16  James A. McCartney ‘16  John N. Meisten, III ‘64 Kurt C. Mueller ‘16  Clark C. O’Kelley, III ‘16  Hudson H. Wilson, Jr. ‘16  Jackson H. Wise ‘18 

GEORGIA SOUTHERN $600-$1,199 Jeffrey B. Birdsong ‘00  Gregg R. Gowanloch ‘96  $250-$599 Gary D. Baker ‘71  Dr. David A. Denmark ‘80  J. Ryan Gartin ‘10 $1-$249 David E. Beck ‘71 Tyler J. Dinges ‘17  Brandon Ellis ‘06 Brennan Patrick ’17 

GEORGIA STATE $1-$249 David F. Blau ‘79 

GEORGIA TECH $2,500-$4,999 James E. Pruitt, Jr. ‘56  $1-$249 Kerry A. Baker ‘71  Joseph Brejda ‘12 Alan D. Davis ‘76 Victor M. Farinas ‘84

Harold B. Hildenbrand, Jr. ‘81  Nicholas W. Hollingshad ‘78  Sebastien P. Kidd ‘95 Jonathan B. MacDonald ‘98 Nicholas Picon ‘14 E. Preston Rahe, Jr. ‘64  Keith A. Schamis ‘91 Donnie R. Sloan, Jr. ‘68  Douglas K. Tucker ‘84  Albert J. Turner, Jr. ‘60  Eric A. VanCourt ‘71

GRAND VALLEY STATE $250-$599 Joshua S. Bach ‘08 Christopher C. Longstreet, Renaissance  $1-$249 Carlos A. Alfonso ‘17  Jason C. Black ‘98 John P. Fitzgerald ‘85 Landry K. Hourtienne ‘09

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

HENDERSON STATE $1-$249 John L. Davis ‘70  William T. Newberry ‘71

HIGH POINT $1-$249 Robert L. Foster ‘58

HOUSTON $250-$599 David F. Cumming ‘12 $1-$249 Jesus M. Aguirre ‘18  Raphael J. Alba ‘16  Rocky J.S. Alberti ‘18  Arbaaz S. Ali ‘14  Stratton R. Berlin ‘17  Tyler Blease ‘18  Calen A. Boyd ‘18  Naveed K. Budhwani ‘18  Nyerere C. Burgess ‘18 Sergio G. Castillo ‘18  Ryan W. Cowell ‘18  Jordan Cruz ‘16  Manual J. Dasilva Quiroz ‘15  Philip Dial ’18  Brett Edleman ‘16  William Fenimore ‘18  Kyle E. Ferguson ‘17  Luke C. Fontenot ‘15  Jesus G. Garcia, Jr. ‘18  Jonathan D. Garcia ‘17  Cristian A. Govea ‘17  Justin P. Gross ‘15  Robert E. Groux, III ‘17  Corey S. Haas ‘18 

J. S. Hayden, Jr. ‘56 Donald E. Heard ‘93  Blake Heslep ‘17  Christian Hollowell ’18  Dean J. Ikonomou ‘16  Alexander A. Keller ‘17 William M. Kelly ‘02 Enrique D. Lamb, IV ‘16  Robert C. Lazar ‘69 Carlos M. Leal ‘13  Jeffrey G. Lee ‘16  Alejandro Loera ‘13 Dan Manuppelli ‘72 James S. Marrs ‘18  Brian S. Masinag ‘17  Austin J. Moeller ‘10  Sunil K. Motwani ‘14  Shane Mukherjee ‘15  Juan Diego Munoz ‘18  Russel A. O’Donnell ‘18 Cameron W. Piske ‘18  Craig A. Putman ‘15  Darren H. Randle ‘12 Adam S. Reichstein ‘17  Alejandro J. Rojas ‘15  Humberto Sanchez ‘16  Alexander J. Sheridan ’18  Andres Socorro ‘16  Andrew M. Stephens ‘15 Joel Tan ‘17  Kenneth Torres-Hernandez ‘18  Rolando G.M.Yabut ‘15 

Kevin C. Krupp ‘10 David E. Lourie, P.E., D.GE ‘79  Melvyn A. Skvarla ‘64  $1-$249 James E. Grimm ‘60

ILLINOIS

$1,200-$1,900 G. Wayne Knupp, Jr. ‘95  $1-$249 David H. Allred ‘92 Gene M. Pope ‘88 Joe D. Read ‘88 James N. Robinson ‘04 Richard H. Sforzini, III ‘04

$1,901-$2,499 Conrad W. Hewitt ‘58  $1,200-$1,900 Christopher S. Dillion ‘03  Robert L. Pierce ‘81  $600-$1,199 Cameron M. Blaydes ‘12  Jamieson D. Gray ‘12  John E. Vercellino ‘75  $250-$599 Anthony R. Ebbole ‘91  Vance L. Fraley ‘56  Richard H. O’Connell ‘71  $1-$249 Dr. Charles D. Anderson ‘89 Lloyd A. Atwell ‘59 Lyman “Al” Goss ‘56  Paul W. Hart ‘80  Truman G. Hix ‘62 Edward D. Jenkins ‘62 Darrell G. Kahl ‘58 Michael J. Klein ‘91 Larry U. Larson ‘56 Alex Lopez ‘18 Sean R. Lyman ‘12 David M. Mangian ‘06 James R. McGreevy ‘69  Lloyd A. Murphy ‘78 Arthur W. Murray ‘58 Joseph V. Norvell ‘91 George J. Novy ‘62 Zachary A. Pastko ‘04 Marshall R. Seese, Sr. ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Ivan P. Sue ‘73 Peter M. Wallner ‘71

IDAHO

ILLINOIS STATE

$600-$1,199 Gregory M. Contreras ‘07  $1-$249 Sgt. Virgil J. Jordan ‘09 Joshua G. Studor ‘04

$600-$1,199 Mark A. Cassata ‘08  $1-$249 William D. Sponsler ‘95

IDAHO STATE

$10,000-$24,999 Phillip A. Cox ‘84  $2,500-$4,999 Gregory J. Pusinelli ‘80  $1,901-$2,499 William E. Becker ‘72  $1,200-$1,900 Clark H. Byrum, Sr. ‘57  Dr. Nidal Masri ‘86  $600-$1,199 Richard M. Carrabine ‘53  Benjamin Nahrstadt ‘16  $250-$599 John R. Fiala ‘57 

HUNTINGDON

$1-$249 Keith B. Berry ‘63 William R. Drake ‘66 Robert L. Kirkpatrick ‘60  James F. Liday ‘63 James T. Link ‘61 Pat P. McGahan ‘63

IIT $1,200-$1,900 Steven J. Bonifas ‘80  Reginald M. Maynigo ‘05  $250-$599

INDIANA

Thomas T. McDaniel ‘85 Steven Schottenstein ‘78  $1-$249 John W. Applegate, M.D. ‘54 Stephen E. Bishop ‘76 Matthew J. Bradford ‘93 Sean J. Cantwell ‘82 Matthew Cornacchione, II ‘67  Joseph W. Eikenberry ‘52 Marc A. Goodman ‘79 Robert J. Hanrahan, III ‘77  Herbert J. Hoppe, Jr. ‘50  James R. Lisher, J.D. ‘69 Thomas M. Malone ‘61 John R. McKay ‘81 Wallace G. McOuat ‘69 Gregory A. Said ‘81 Michael J. Schanna ‘01 James R. Schrum ‘59 Fred S. Vorsanger ‘51  Charles P. Welter ‘70

Luke B. Schingel ‘17  Dr. William A. Schroeder, Renaissance Preston Senesac ‘16  Devin W. Shafer ‘15  Justin D. Shireman ‘06 Michael R. Ventura ‘67 Irvin G. Victor ‘18  Dr. James L. Wittenauer ‘59  Robert L. Zimmerman ‘69 

INDIANA TECH $1,200-$1,900 Paul H. Litcher ‘88  $250-$599 Brandan A. Haines ‘99  $1-$249

INDIANA-PURDUE-FT. WAYNE $250-$599 Keith A. Bentz ‘85 $1-$249 Donald F. Gorney ‘86

IOWA $2,500-$4,999 Scott A. Schwartz ‘93  $1,901-$2,499 Matthew D. Beck ‘90  $600-$1,199 David R. Persa ‘03  $1-$249 Robert L. Bauer ‘63  Adam C. Biskner ‘02 Matthew C. Biskner ‘97

Thomas P. Simonson ‘95  $250-$599 Lt. Anthony P. Callanan, Ret. ‘63  Commander Robert E. Palmer, USN ‘62  Paul L. Peterson ‘77  Daniel R. Salmon ‘58  Todd A. Tierney ‘90 $1-$249 Thomas J. Augustine ‘11 Clifford R. Boldt ‘77  Galen D. Jackson ‘46 Haynes R. Lagerquist ‘42  Robert H. Lamb ‘49 Troy W. Landers ‘96 Gary A. Lundgren ‘78 Tarin Phillips ‘16 

INDIANA OF PENNSYLVANIA $1-$249 Jonathan H. Benedict ‘00 James A. Carroll ‘93 David L. Einsel ‘58

INDIANA STATE $600-$1,199 Ronald G. Zuk ‘60  $250-$599 Cody F. Craigin ‘08 Robert L. Delaby ‘94 Michael J. Goodin, Jr. ‘89 Dr. Keith A. Hall ‘58  Richard A. Jones ‘68  Tom L. Lawson, Jr. ‘94 Trent N. Roberts ‘98  Justin D. Sheets ‘00 Craig A. Williams, AAE ‘93  Michael A. Williamson ‘66  Norman J. Young ‘64  $1-$249 Andrew L. Asher ‘18  Joseph B. Bartholomew ‘93 Robert C. Brown ‘78 Colonel John E. Clark ‘62 Brian A. Delaney ‘90  Wayne C. Hasselbrinck ‘64  Brent R. Holl ‘04 Dillon M. Hults ‘16  Richard H. Ice ‘86 Wade S. Ison ‘93 Thomas M. Jackson ‘83  Eric T. Lantz ‘95 Darrell D. Mazura ‘60 Dr. Dale F. McKee ‘57 Andrew R. Orman ‘03 Robert W. Puma ‘98 Roscoe E. Reeve ‘62 Nicholas W. Rohan ‘63

“We support SigEp because of what it has meant to our family. The man I have become is because of SigEp, which make us want to help others experience this too. We believe in Sigma Phi Epsilon.” – Greg, Indiana ’80, and Marie Pusinelli (Pictured with sons, left to right, Grant, Indiana ’16, Michael, Indiana ’19, Alexander, Southern Methodist ’14, and Adam, Texas Christian, ’13.)

Lewis J. Bornmann, Ph.D. ‘64  Lawrence E. Bott ‘67  James V. Franklin ‘17  Nathan A. Kirk ‘17  Bryce A. Leming ‘16  Donald J. Lomont ‘64 Justin B. Neff ‘14  Christopher K. Newman ‘17  Demarkus Polk ‘17  Robert J. Reese ‘18  Mitchell J. Showman ‘16  John A. Sims ‘94 Devin C. Stone ‘17  Trevor M. Topa ‘17 

Ryan C. Braun ‘00 Jack J. Holmes ‘64  Ian Murphy ’16  Richard C. Park ‘47 Michael P. Svec ‘90

IOWA STATE $5,000-$9,999 Jeffrey D. Prouty ‘79  $2,500-$4,999 Mark R. Fabere ‘80  Harold L. Shellabarger ‘56  $1,901-$2,499 James W. Tait ‘66  $600-$1,199 Robert S. Hanser ‘78  Ryan M. Pirtle ‘06 

Warren T. Reedy ‘61 Artemas R. Roberts ‘62 John K. Scott ‘52 Roger F. Sellew ‘59  Eric J. Stroud ‘06 Buel A. Williamson, Jr. ‘47 

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

JACKSONVILLE $600-$1,199 Christopher J. Sacra ‘98  LCDR Omar J. Sanchez ‘01  $250-$599 Michael K. Brand ‘84 

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JACKSONVILLE STATE $600-$1,199 Lt. Col. John D. Hopson ‘91  $1-$249 Christopher M. Fraser ‘15  Daniel Gilbert ‘15  Ryan M. Kirby ‘17  Richard M. Reynolds, II ‘06 Brian Sanders ‘15  Walker Sandlin ’18  Corey Self ‘18  Corbin T. Shaw ‘13  Joseph S. Winslett ‘15 

JAMES MADISON $1,901-$2,499 Richard E. Batten ‘83  $1,200-$1,900 Sam H. Busey ‘89  $250-$599 Michael L. Boylan ‘76  Gregory S. Hogan ‘09  William W. Polen, Jr. ‘78  $1-$249 John G. Gerndt ‘82 C. Steven Smith ‘71 Ronald L. Snyder, Jr. ‘80

JOHN CARROLL $1-$249 Sean C. Leroy ‘18  Kyle G. Shepard ‘11 Anthony C. Volpe ‘18 

JOHNS HOPKINS $2,500-$4,999 Bryan J. Kaminski ‘06  $250-$599 Douglas C. Fullerton ‘04  $1-$249 John C. Catlin, Jr. ‘69  Dr. Sterling M. Doubrava, Jr. ‘55 William M. Dunbar ‘53 Dr. Gerald M. Haase ‘68 Richard S. Holland ‘54 Dr. James J. Jaeger ‘69 Robert K. Johnston ‘68  C. Norman Krueger ‘63  Charles P. Lamm ‘44  Daniel N. Masica ‘68 Dr. Mark L. Miller ‘77 Louis N. Pederson ‘53  Russell L. Seelig ‘52  John C. Smulian, M.D. ‘81  Dr. Robert J. Vergnani ‘65 

KANSAS $1,901-$2,499 Stephen L. Young ‘80  $1,200-$1,900 Thomas L. Gray ‘77  $600-$1,199 Daniel H. Mudd ‘95  $250-$599 John P. Adams ‘99  Benjamin D. Craig, Jr. ‘50  Samuel A. Gill ‘68 Delbert L. Williamson ‘60  $1-$249 Richard F. Bucher ‘53  Captain Ralph L. Chappell, USN ‘60

Nicholas W. Classen ‘59 John C. Cross ‘84 James J. Gray ‘84  John J. Jones ‘63 John P. Killeen ‘88 Wilbur D. Larkin ‘55  Dallas D. Mildfelt ‘11 Mason D. Ormsby ‘62  Bill M. Perry ‘54 Philip C. Peterson, Sr. ‘52  Col. Richard L. Quinn, USA, Ret. ‘65 Edward A. Samuelson ‘67 David M. Simpson ‘79  Paul L. Skolaut ‘51  Rodd D. Staker ‘66  S. Thomas Wertz ‘71 

KANSAS STATE $10,000-$24,999 Rex E. Garrelts ‘68  A. J. Scribante ‘56  $5,000-$9,999 Greg A. Pestinger ‘86  $250-$599 Scott G. Averill ‘77 Max A. Krey ‘49  $1-$249 Brett K. Bartholomew ‘08 Donald L. Brookover ‘50  Bruce C. Champlin ‘61 Gary E. Ervin ‘67 John W. Everett ‘79  Phil D. Gilliland ‘59  John R. Jury ‘53  Thayne L. Kraus ‘56 

“We donate to SigEp to give back, and in memory of a great friend and brother, Jeremy Orn, North Dakota ’05, who passed away recently at a young age. The personal and professional development I gained as an undergraduate has been priceless. Our wish is that our donations provide amazing leadership training for other brothers, and that they honor and recognize a SigEp who touched the lives of so many.” –Matt Hillerud, North Dakota ’04 (Pictured with wife Kelli and their two daughters.)

Wayne L. Krehbiel ‘56  Robert L. Main ‘59 Staley B. McDermet ‘66  Glen D. Owen ‘71 Steven B. Pendergast ‘81  Dr. Patrick H. Pesci, Renaissance Ronald L. Pfister ‘62  Dennis Schmidt, Renaissance Craig L. Stansberry ‘75 Travis J. Swanson ‘06  Howard E. Teagarden ‘43  Stanley N. Woodworth ‘75 

J. Robert McLendon ‘64  Ronnie L. Smith ‘78  Joshua L. Stewart ‘03  $600-$1,199 Thomas C. Mays, III ‘76  $250-$599 James G. Crump ‘62  Robert E. Reaves, Jr. ‘64  M. Scott Whitman ‘06 $1-$249 Lance A. Broussard ‘97  Kyle D. McCrary ‘17  Walter I. Tacquard, III ‘72  Ryan C. Webb ‘18 

KENT STATE

LASALLE

$600-$1,199 Bruce E. Fusillo ‘70  Kurtis M. Hutson ‘12  Ara M. Simonetti ‘00  $250-$599 H. Wayne Anderson ‘61  $1-$249 Lowell B. Davis ‘61  George G. Farah ‘17  Logan K. Georskey ‘17  Alfredo C. Hildebrandt ‘14  Larry E. Holdren ‘69 Glenn D. Miller ‘59  Jon G. Pounds ‘57  Bernard Reiner ‘58 Reid Schaffer ‘17  Frank E. Tejan, Jr. ‘60  Timothy J. Whitman ‘66 

$1-$249 Michael J. DeFlavia ‘96 Col. Douglas A. LeVien ‘94 Jeffrey T. Ziernicki ‘96

KENTUCKY $1-$249 James E. Clarkson ‘52 James R. Deye ‘75 Dr. Jack J. Early, Renaissance Chad R. Eaton ‘16  Jack A. Kain ‘51  Brandon J. Lee ‘15  Peter G. Ponce-Toriz ‘17  William M. Samuels, Jr. ‘51  Roy E. Stone ‘50 Reed T. Tabor ‘17  Clyde R. Tipton, Jr. ‘46 

KENTUCKY WESLEYAN $1-$249 Joe S. Britton ‘91 William N. Foree, Jr. ‘69 Samuel Y. Hann ‘11 William E. Hill, Renaissance Steven H. Mack ‘79 Rev. Jack C. Robinson, OFM ‘75 Travis Rowland ‘16  Connor Thompson ‘16 

LAMAR $1,200-$1,900 Thomas G. Allardyce ‘70  Larry D. Eastepp ‘80 

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LAWRENCE $1-$249 Bradford P. Aspgren ‘84 Mason A. Cannon ‘13 Dr. Herbert S. Ormsbee ‘70 

LAWRENCE TECH $1,200-$1,900 Mark T. Bedell ‘75  Salvatore A. Moschelli ‘00  $250-$599 Austin C. Chapman ‘14 Bradley D. Damron ‘95 Ryan F. Gilmore ‘11  Matthew B. Medwid ‘87 Matthew J. Orlando ‘88 $1-$249 Daniel D. Baker ‘09 David A. Berletich ‘85 Christopher Brooks ‘17  Gary L. Christoson ‘88  Brendon D. Clover ‘17  Jeffrey B. Coates ‘10 Paul R. Corby ‘83 Pascal J. De Hesselle ‘95 Charles T. Doyle ‘83 Brian J. Eady ‘07 Rodney W. Frank, Renaissance Jamiil M. Gaston ‘12 Justin T. Hartsaw ‘15  Mathew L. Heidmous ‘90 John A. Husisian ‘77 Joseph P. Leuenberger ‘11 Scott D. Lieberman ‘95 Brant C. Lyall ‘88 Travis D. McCall ‘18  Robert E. Miller ‘96 Jess W. Moon ‘16  Michael D. Newton ‘13 Michael D. Paciero ‘15  Corbin Patten ‘18  Donald W. Phillips ‘89

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through the Sigma Phi Epsilon Education Foundation between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

Michael J. Pruski ‘15 Kevin E. Rem ‘97 Jimmy Ristic ‘94 Mitchell H. Schreiber ‘89 Howard D. Schwager ‘83 Bruce M. Serafin ‘89 Nicholas J. Sytsma ’18  P. James Taggart, Jr. ‘94 Ian A. Williams ‘12 Richard R. Yelda ‘16 

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  Richard C. Davis ‘55  David A. Thompson, Jr. ‘06  $1-$249 Robert E. Anderson, Jr. ‘75 Samuel E. Banks ‘63  Jeffrey A. Brooks ‘80  David L. Carpenter, Ph.D. ‘62 A. Bruce Conlin, Jr. ‘49 William C. Cooke ‘65  Dennis M. Dowse ‘73 John G. Fleck ‘51  Dr. Edward J. Harrison ‘60 Harry P. Hawkes, Jr. ‘84 Donald G. Keller ‘60  Richard J. MacAdams ‘46 John W. Powell ‘74  William F. Sullebarger ‘17  Leonard G. West ‘58  Theodore G. Widmayer ‘58  Wesley L. Winterbottom ‘72

LENOIR RHYNE $1-$249 Milton R. Brown ‘75

LEWIS $1-$249 George A. Carrasco ‘79

LEWIS & CLARK $1-$249 William P. Bessolo ‘85  Philip S. Bradley ‘59 Larry L. Campbell ‘53  Captain Gerald A. Hall, USN, Ret. ‘58  Samuel W. Pratt ‘89 Dr. Reginald S. Saddoris ‘68 

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

LONGWOOD $250-$599 Joseph W. Bartholomew ‘96 Charles S. Ebbets, Jr. ‘86 David W. Liverman ‘89 Jeffrey D. Martin ‘88 Brian F. Whetzel ‘82  $1-$249 Ryan L. Downey ‘14 David Garvis ‘16  Joseph C. Harper ‘92

LORAS $5,000-$9,999 Thomas A. Barton ‘89  $1,200-$1,900 Michael H. DeGrenier ‘84  $600-$1,199 Daniel E. Moore ‘13  $1-$249 Michael E. Currans ‘95 Nathaniel J. Kapraun ‘15  Zachery T. Lindstrom ‘17  Lincoln E. Steffens ‘91 Robert L. Stenander, III ‘97 Douglas Zabler ‘15 

LOUISIANA STATE $1,901-$2,499 Harry L. Belton ‘81  $600-$1,199 Zachary P. Barilleau ‘10  John B. Golson ‘05  Seth D. Irby ‘11  $250-$599 Nathan J. Irby ‘14 $1-$249 Christopher J. Dedo ‘17  Ryan P. Downey ‘18  Jerry L. Exner ‘74 George A. Gentry, Jr. ‘67 P. Carl Gerhardt, III ‘15 Alex W. Grashoff ‘14 D. Hunter Hartwig ‘08 Christopher H. Hester ‘05 Andrew S. Leonpacher ‘12 John M. Machovec ‘69  William C. MacNaughton ‘69 Robert L. Morrow, Jr., M.D. ‘65 Beau B. Navarre ‘18  Russell L. Payne ‘63 Brian W. Tenclinger, Renaissance Rev. David J. Tilley ‘64

LOUISIANA-MONROE $1-$249 Jeremy W. Slaughter ‘99

LOUISVILLE $1-$249 Michael S. Berger ‘86 John M. Dashner ‘17  Colin S. Dodd ‘11

Brent Garner ’16  Parker T. Howard ‘17  Brad Proffitt ‘16  Dexter Smith’16  Commander Donald L. Sodrel, USN ‘57 Travone Taylor ’15 

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

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT $1-$249 Matthew A. Blackmore ‘04 Ryan S. Bushore ‘01 Raymond A. Crosby ‘06  Kevin J. Fleming ‘00 

LYNCHBURG $1,200-$1,900 Jamar M. Hawkins ‘04  $1-$249 Alan O. Contreras ‘17  Jaime A. Palacios ‘17  Peyton Wright ‘17 

MAINE $2,500-$4,999 Alex Wasilewski ‘78  $1,200-$1,900 Matthew C. Rodrigue ‘04  $600-$1,199 Shawn McKenna ‘77  $250-$599 Douglas R. Johnson ‘48  $1-$249 Charles J. Carter, Jr. ‘72 Stephen P. Cary, D.M.D. ‘72 George N. Cemodanovs ‘68 Commander Robert J. Degon, Retired ‘66  Paul S. Ferguson ‘60 Robert G. Greenblatt ‘76 John S. Kaczowka ‘83 George L. Kimball ‘65 Richard J. Marcel ‘69  Rodney N. Mondor, Renaissance  Kody A. Price ‘15 Robert A. Richter ‘50 Gene D. Sawin ‘52 James V. Tammaro ‘73 Erlon S. Varney ‘55 

MARIST $1-$249 Craig T. Gloede ‘91

MARQUETTE $1-$249 Steven C. Karson, Jr. ‘81


Aaron J. Ledesma ‘14  Matthew E. Lindberg ‘17  Gregg F. Stewart ‘83 Brian Stumph ‘17  Michael B. Welch ‘16  Kyle G. Whelton ‘15

MARSHALL $1-$249 John S. Anderson ‘63 W. Garner Callaway ‘56 Mark R. Cerrie ‘90 Ezra H. Cochran, Jr. ‘51  Thomas M. Hensley, Jr. ‘70  Noah R. Henson ‘04 David R. Hereford, II ‘86 Robert J. Luby ‘65 Kirby B. Martin, Jr. ‘66 Donald E. Rockhold ‘68  Sheldon F. Roush ‘66 Jack L. Selby ‘63 

MARYLANDCOLLEGE PARK $1,200-$1,900 Jason M. St. John ‘94  $600-$1,199 Austin T. Gardner ‘11  William A. Rogers ‘54  Joseph M. Toth ‘14  $1-$249 John G. Anagnos ‘86 James G. Batson, Jr. ‘56 J. Stanton Boteler ‘59  Matthew S. Bowen ‘09 Andrew W. Buder ‘10 Edward T. Dodd ‘66  Larry W. Faulkner ‘71  Patrick J. Flynn ‘08 Carroll E. France, Jr. ‘53 Justin Garcia ‘17  Ken Grossman ‘13 Myles P. Hungerford ‘06 John B. Kincaid ‘65 Kevin J. Lynch ‘08 Martin F. McAlwee ‘65 Paul Nisenson ‘11 Stephen E. Rohrbaugh ‘66  Dr. R. Gary Roop ‘51 Zachary Rubin ‘12 John A. Umberger ‘71 

MASSACHUSETTS $600-$1,199 Trevor Bullard ‘12  $250-$599 Joshua S. Endler ‘96  Michael S. Harris ‘09  Matthew J. Kapszukiewicz ‘95  Joseph O. Lavoie, Jr. ‘08  Dennis C. Stackhouse ‘65  $1-$249 Timothy J. Bryant ‘89  Donald J. Buss ‘51

Andrew Cheung ‘18  George B. Estrella ‘56 Matthew D. Fox ‘07 Victor J. Gangi ‘91 Dr. Ronald L. Gordon ‘92 Timothy B. Hopper ‘91 David N. Levine ‘97 Sean McDavitt ‘12 Elan C. Radbil ‘16  Nicholson S. Reed ‘03  Herbert H. Sievers ‘52  Joseph A. Sylvia ‘57 Adam P. Tellier ‘17  Dimitriy Zolotykh ‘09

MEMPHIS $1,200-$1,900 Michael C. Williams ‘69  $1-$249 John M. Blose ‘75 W. Frederick Dodson ‘56  Alvis Dowty, III ‘15  Ralph Hayes, Jr. ‘59 David B. Hightower ‘73 Herbert L. Hilbun ‘57 Frank C. Holloman, III ‘93 Andrew L. Lilley ‘54 Senator James R. McNally ‘66 Charles D. Neal ‘97 Colonel James T. Reeves ‘71 Jason D. Richards, III ‘97  Walter H. Robbins, Jr. ‘56 K. Wade Stack ‘05  Derik J. VanVleet ‘99 Theodore C. Watts ‘64 Douglas B. Wimberly ‘90

MEMPHIS LAMBUTH $250-$599 Steven D. Daniels ‘78  $1-$249 Jared M. Canada ‘07 Dustin A. Forsythe ‘18  William B. Gish ‘18  Matthew P. Glover ‘17  Michael E. Godwin ‘70 Robert L. Haines ‘18  Renard R. Miles, II ‘16  Richard A. Muller ‘74 Daniel B. Overheim ‘13 Jonathan P. Williams ‘15  Logan A. Wilson ‘17 

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  Stanley R. Schmidt ‘52  Brian P. Tahmoush ‘90  $250-$599 Jorge A. Gonzalez, Jr. ‘91

Barry T. Kates ‘87 $1-$249 J. Randall Bard ‘71  Richard G. Daul ‘64 John P. Dorow ‘64 Robert W. Dowling ‘70  Dr. Lawrence F. Elgarresta ‘89 Edward F. Elgarresta ‘91 William T. Freitas ‘89  Dr. Stuart P. Howell, Jr. ‘50  Ronald J. Pelletier ‘90 Dino Perone ‘90 Steven M. Plotkin ‘71  Dennis J. Scott ‘72 Francisco A. Torres ‘90 Douglas M. Voss ‘69

MIAMI (OHIO) $1,200-$1,900 Joseph H. Etter ‘73  $600-$1,199 Richard A. Puzzitiello, Sr. ‘61  $250-$599 Stephen R. Downes ‘64  $1-$249 Leonard P. Bailey, Jr. ‘60 Colonel John H. Barnhart ‘64  Emerson L. Brown ‘53  Mark J. Durket ‘76 George J. J. Gayda ‘83 William W. Greer ‘81  R. Daniel Hannon, III ‘03 Edmund Lis ‘51  A. Neal McCaskey ‘52  Ryan H. McKenna ‘05 Peter O. McKown ‘80  Donald W. Ousley ‘62 Charles G. Sedgwick ‘56 James R. Shenk ‘71  Andrew D. Thomas ‘64 Jack W. Wert ‘65

MICHIGAN $25,000-$49,999 James C. Park ‘59  $10,000-$24,999 Stuart D. Porter ‘87  Gary L. Verplank ‘63  $5,000-$9,999 Gene J. Gilmore ‘52  Hugh W. Gouldthorpe ‘55  John D. Sills ‘56  $2,500-$4,999 William S. Hobbs ‘59  Robert J. Vizas ‘68  $1,901-$2,499 Eric A. Delzer ‘64  Dr. Theodore G. Dodenhoff ‘57  Timothy Hodes ‘07  Ronald R. Kefgen ‘69  $600-$1,199 Peter A. Doerr ‘84 

Lawrence R. Donaldson ‘61  Jacob W. Haas ‘71  Edward C. Hathaway ‘64  Douglas H. Ilgenfritz ‘83  John J. Kapusky ‘69  Thomas N. Ogar ‘82  John A. Secrist, III, Ph.D. ‘68  Arik A. Sherk ‘81  Byron L. West ‘56  $250-$599 Dillon T. Berg ‘08  Scott A. Cohen ‘06  Stephen C. DeBrock ‘58  Barry N. Finkelstein ‘86  Samuel A. Garfinkel ‘08  Kim D. Glaspie, Renaissance  Christopher M. Hankinson ‘07  William J. Marcoux ‘49  Robert L. Roty, Jr. ‘85 Thomas G. Tepas ‘68  Joseph D. Wagner ‘03  $1-$249 John F. Bednarski ‘84 Harold B. Coleman ‘44  Edward W. Cowling ‘65 Thomas S. Fraim ‘66 Allen B. Hardenbrook ‘47  Ross W. Herron ‘50 Gerald S. V. Mangona ‘01 Captain Robert E. Oldani, USN, Ret. ‘80  Christopher S. Plumb ‘03 Lyle J. Schrum ‘46 Stephen B. Shawaker ‘55 Donald A. Tennyson ‘48  Ian C. Wild ‘84 

MICHIGAN STATE $1-$249 Tyreese J. Brewington ‘17  Bailey A. Brzys ‘17  Kevin M. Hole ‘90  Kevin J. Kurzeja ‘17  Erin D. Mullally ‘99  Lonn W. Myers ‘68 Ryan J. Nagy ‘17  Jack O’Neill ‘16  Michael G. Pease ‘89  Clay J. Prickett ‘17  John M. Spencer ‘68 Robert L. Vogelsang ‘60 Rex A. Voorheis ‘83 

MICHIGAN TECH $2,500-$4,999 Kevin A. Maguire ‘83  $1-$249 Mark J. Addy ‘04 Michael C. Dery, II ‘15  Mark D. Mays ‘87  Robert G. McEachen ‘68  Matthew W. Nowak ‘88  Craig A. Pollock ‘80

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  David M. Spink ‘63

MINNESOTA $2,500-$4,999 Todd E. Johns ‘98  David M. McLaughlin ‘92  $1,901-$2,499 Jason C. Somrock ‘02  $1,200-$1,900 Jeffrey J. Somrock ‘05  Anthony D. Wagner ‘95  $1-$249 Linley A. Barnes ‘58  Matthew P. Ducharme ‘95 Lucas B. Hagness ‘14 Daniel P. Hogan ‘02 Zachary H. Krause ‘10 Michael A. McCaskey ‘00 Judd T. Nystrom ‘95  Nicholas D. Stremer ‘07 Daniel C. Swendsen ‘12 Michael J. Weisbrod ‘03 Steven P. Wilson ‘93

MISSISSIPPI $1-$249 William M. Bunting, Jr. ‘00 William H. Caulfield, II ‘76  Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Davenport ‘55 

MISSISSIPPI STATE $5,000-$9,999 Bobby S. Shackouls ‘72  $600-$1,199 Kevin L. J. Kassner ‘82  $1-$249 Dr. William J. Harris, III, M.D. ‘88 William L. Leake, Jr. ‘50

MISSOURI $10,000-$24,999 J. Gregory Keller ‘86  $1,200-$1,900 Dennis W. Bond ‘65  Larry W. Hannah ‘60  John W. Hartman ‘61  $600-$1,199 Thomas W. Miltenberger ‘68  $250-$599 Karl L. Perrey ‘85  Terry W. Schaefer ‘68

$1-$249 John W. Barton ‘63  Joseph E. Brandel ‘91 Colonel John K. Greene, II, Ret. ‘68 Captain Robert H. Grose ‘54  Thomas W. Heithaus ‘67 Bruce E. Hopson ‘88 David V. Larusso ‘76 Timothy L. May ‘90 Mark L. Merlotti ‘78  John M. Morris ‘68  J. Paul Wengler ‘62 William J. Williamson ‘72 Lee B. Woodward ‘68

MISSOURI S&T $5,000-$9,999 Michael D. Hurst ‘74  $1,200-$1,900 Lee P. Landers ‘60  Riley S. Mieth ‘08  $600-$1,199 Brian P. Bakala ‘08  Curt J. Williams ‘04  $250-$599 Edwin C. Bailey, Jr., Renaissance Brandon J. Basler ‘07 William C. Connors ‘66  W. David Evans ‘84  Arthur C. Fink, Jr. ‘55 James W. Hoolehan ‘80  Mark D. Howard ‘85  James D. Hunicke ‘79  Kent P. Koenemann ‘79  Mark B. Lynch ‘81  Edward D. Prost ‘79  Cory L. Smith ‘70  Michael D. Smith ‘65  $1-$249 Donald C. Bisesi ‘81 David K. Denner ‘76  Norman J. Frossard, Jr. ‘60 Paul D. Griffin ‘65  Myron J. Grubaugh ‘78  Michael C. Kearney, Sr. ‘61  Anthony G. Kertz ‘92  Dewey E. Kibler ‘52 George H. Krieger ‘62  Melvin N. Pohlman, Jr. ‘74 Joel T. Rickman ‘95  Kenneth A. Robb ‘65  Dale J. Schillinger ‘56 Steven E. Schlueter ‘73  Stephen M. Thies ‘72  Brent L. Thompson ‘75 Dr. LeRoy E. Thompson ‘56  Mark C. Tuttle ‘82  Joshua A. Wilmes ‘11 Raymond R. Zesch ‘70  Casey J. Zimmerman ‘15

MISSOURI STATE $5,000-$9,999 Michael J. Duggan ‘74  $250-$599 Matthew E. Gieseking ‘83 $1-$249 Daniel Altmann ’18  Josh Beezley ‘13  Dr. C. David Billings ‘65 Fred W. Fulton ‘71 Jerry M. Gahr ‘67 Charles R. Heineman ‘73  Terry F. Hilton ‘70 Bradley Kummer ‘17  Ryan McFarland ’17  Colin J. Mueller ‘17  Joshua L. Perfect’17  Jacob Shockley ‘17  Jacob A. Steinberg ‘17  Jesse L. Stuart ‘09 Michael L. Thiel ‘66

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY $1-$249 Dominick Adlich ‘19  Marcus Daniels ‘17  David A. DeCecco ‘04  D. Alec Gates ‘16  Matthew Leal ‘16  Graden Lovelace ‘20  Dennis R. Painter ‘78 Max Petty ‘17  Tyler J. Rutledge ‘17  Greg Sattler ‘17 

MIT $250-$599 Dr. Andrew S. Clare ‘08 T. Wayne Dodgen ‘79  Joshua Santos-Heard ‘14 $1-$249 George C. Allen, Jr. ‘70 Christian C. Bolta ‘51  Philip Bugnacki ‘78 James M. Carr ‘78  Daniel B. Hardie ‘51 Norman T. R. Heathorn ‘57  Anthony L. Jordan ‘86 Richard P. Kuntz ‘79 Richard G. McGrath, Jr. ‘90 Clifford E. McLain ‘53 Daniel W. Pugh ‘89  Robert R. Robinson ‘85 Nicholas A. Strakhov ‘59

MONMOUTH $2,500-$4,999 Bradley C. Nahrstadt ‘89  $1,200-$1,900 William K. Komperda ‘81  $250-$599 Dr. James W. Davis ‘74 Eric G. Ealy ‘86 

Major Leon A. Kraut, USAF, Ret. ‘67  $1-$249 Dr. Gary E. Anderson ‘70 Cole H. Downey ‘17 Samuel E. Dummer ‘18  Dr. John W. Gibson ‘59 Gavin N. Halpin ‘12 Richard A. Johnson ‘70 Kenneth H. Knox ‘62 Jeffrey G. Long ‘05 Gerald A. Parsons ‘61 Major Ricky L. Simmons ‘88 Roy J. Sye ‘13 William A. Turner ‘93 Harold G. Turvey ‘78 James L. Ulrich ‘94 Edward R. Wildermuth, CPA ‘02

MONTANA $250-$599 Mitchell S. Gagos ‘78  $1-$249 Evan Fossen ‘16 Colonel John G. Griffith, Jr. ‘62 Wayne C. Hovey ‘61 Robert W. Petersen, Jr. ‘67  George C. Swanson ‘59 Dr. Stanley J. Underdal ‘60  Monte A. White ‘63

MONTANA STATE $250-$599 Gerald S. Siegmyer ‘70  $1-$249 George D. Arnett ‘66 Dayton Cooney ‘16  Chaise R. DeVries ‘16  Connor Hoffmann ‘18  Dr. Brian D. Kassar, Renaissance Carl L. Minifie ‘17  Ronald M. Murphy ‘84 Lt. Colonel Donald A. Peterson, Ret. ‘66  Ryan K. Schwab ‘17  Riley D. Shearer ‘17 

MORAVIAN $1,200-$1,900 Brian J. Corvino ‘02  $1-$249 Phillip A. Torres ‘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  William L. Phelps, Renaissance 

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$1-$249 Harrison N. Bailey ‘17  Joe F. Dye ‘75 Christopher A. Haid ‘77 Dr. Jason W. Marion ‘04

MUHLENBERG $600-$1,199 Donald R. Klenk ‘51  $250-$599 Glenn A. Deibert ‘68  W. Russell Koerwer ‘68  $1-$249 Harold L. Baty ‘69  Donald R. Blair ‘65  Leonard D. Boclair ‘57  Mark A. Carberry ‘74 Rev. James R. Corgee, Jr. ‘55 David A. Detwiler ‘72 Dr. Brian L. Dunfee ‘98 David C. Fry ‘64  Richard R. Grimm ‘60  Roy H. Kehm ‘50  David O. Krantz ‘83  Donald L. Kuhnsman ‘48  Dr. Paul G. Preuss ‘63  Colonel David W. Shoemaker, Jr. ‘69  Mark P. Werrell ‘76

MURRAY STATE $2,500-$4,999 Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D. ‘70  $600-$1,199 Adam W. Seiber ‘02  Travis B. Taylor ‘11  $1-$249 Clark D. Adams ‘18  Tyler M. Anderson ‘17  Jacob G. Baird ‘17  Jacob M. Bridges ‘18  Kevin R. Brost ‘17  Chantry A. Carroll ‘17  Adam C. Culbreath ‘18  Lt. Colonel Steven C. Darnall ‘76  Jason P. Esau ‘16  Matthew J. Fitzer ‘16  Robert S. Green ‘81 Ray E. Henderson ‘70 Alexander M. Hopewell ‘16  Renn H. Lovett ‘17  Michael R. Quinn ‘88  John E. Ramey ‘17  Josh Spurrier ‘18  Tanner A. Ward ‘17 

NEBRASKA $1,200-$1,900 Kurt T. Phares ‘79  Scott A. Schmidt ‘82  $600-$1,199 Kyle W. Arganbright ‘04  $250-$599 Michael J. Choutka ‘90 

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Charles E. Schuster ‘75  Stephen T. Steiner ‘81  Zachary W. Stull ‘14 $1-$249 Todd S. Adams ‘78  Howard J. Brown ‘45 Jeffrey D. Dowling, M.D. ‘81 Kenneth E. Fowler ‘48  William R. Hansen ‘68 Colonel Samuel F. Hatfield, Jr. ‘67 Jean Henrichs, Jr. ‘61 William A. Johnston ‘59 Colonel Charles F. Long, USA, Ret. ‘37 Harold R. Mack ‘76 William P. Pfeiff ‘64  Robert C. Phares ‘76 Max L. Rodenburg ‘11 Thomas C. Smith ‘68  William F. Wenzlaff ‘55

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY $1-$249 Jared G. Buller ‘17  Matthew C. Buresh ‘18  Benjamin Grossnicklaus ‘17  Luke Grossnicklaus ‘18  Peter G. Kotsiopulos ‘70 Tyson S. Lanka ‘17  Ronald W. Larsen ‘65 Austin C. Partridge ‘18  Clark Pohlmeier ‘18  Adam Ripp ‘16  Samuel Sutherland ‘18  Glenn E. Vieselmeyer ‘68  Mick D. Wise ‘72

NEBRASKA-OMAHA $1,200-$1,900 Robert A. Pedersen ‘71  $600-$1,199 Bret M. Harrell ‘12  $1-$249 Kevin J. Foral ‘01 Jason R. Jenkins ‘94 Thomas A. Jensen ‘80 Terrence W. Olsen ‘62

NEVADA-RENO $1-$249 David J. Bradfield ‘05 J. Douglas Buchanan, Esq. ‘63 William R. Hull ‘03 Jordan R. Slotnick ‘06 Henry M. Soledad, Esq. ‘01

NEW HAMPSHIRE $250-$599 Michael J. Catudal ‘09 $1-$249 Timothy J. Cedrone ‘17  Zachary S. Fone ‘16 Gabriel J. Lee ‘16

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Alex Legore ‘15 Ewen I. MacKinnon, III ‘15 Benjamin Randall ‘15

NEW MEXICO $1-$249 John F. Dalby ‘72  David M. Fiedler ‘71  Michael A. Harris ‘64 Paul H. Tufts ‘65  John D. Wilson ‘86 

NEW MEXICO STATE $1-$249 Bobby A. Quintana ‘95

NORTH CAROLINA $600-$1,199 D. Elwood Clinard, Jr. ‘51  Stephen O. Leonard ‘76  $1-$249 Henry G. Absher ‘62  David A. Cohen ‘99 Ralph B. D’Iorio, Jr. ‘78  Walter A. Holt, Jr., RPA, FMA ‘77 Robert C. Hunter ‘66  Richard R. Newell ‘72 Thomas L. Norris, Jr. ‘55  Earl L. Owens ‘71 W. Daniel Pate ‘71  John W. Ramsey ‘00 William J. Rendleman, Jr. ‘73 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE $10,000-$24,999 W. H. Clark ‘56  $5,000-$9,999 James L. Davis ‘81  Jeffrey R. Garwood ‘84  Ronald L. Terry ‘76  $2,500-$4,999 Carlos R. Williams, Jr. ‘65  $1,901-$2,499 Dexter W. Morgan, III ‘92  $1,200-$1,900 Matthew J. Baker ‘97  Dr. J. Grant Buttram, Jr. ‘93  Jeffrey T. Horan ‘11  Billy D. Maddalon ‘90  Kerrick R. Wilson ‘92  $600-$1,199 William James Black, Jr. ‘79  Jeffrey W. Pratt ‘87  Gerald D. Washburn ‘52  $250-$599 Douglas K. Bratton ‘81  Raymond A. Bryan, III ‘79  Richard L. Gray ‘70  George E. Setzer ‘60  Hamilton E. Withers, III ‘75  $1-$249 Dr. George L. Adams, III ‘74 Jonathan W. Alley ‘03

Lawrence W. Clayton ‘86 Lyn B. Conger ‘82  J. Neal Creech, Jr. ‘93 Douglas W. Curtis ‘69  John T. Duncan, Jr. ‘71  Mark Hove ‘18  Dr. Gary A. Ludi ‘74  George A. Moretz ‘64  Ralston M. Pound, Jr. ‘42 Robert G. Reeder ‘72  Coleman R. Rich ‘76  Robert A. San Miguel ‘12 Jeffrey R. Setser ‘84 Alan Sheridan ‘12 Andrew W. Smith ‘83  L. Robert Stallings ‘65 Alex A. Starnes ‘15  Devin Van Pelt ‘18  Richard K. Worsley ‘48 

NORTH CAROLINACHARLOTTE $250-$599 Walter H. Neely, III ‘97 $1-$249 Colin Abercrombie ‘16  Joshua Antonious ‘16  Michael R. Brennan ‘16  Ryan D. Fertakos ‘16  James E. Fortner ‘85 Daniel E. Geneser ‘18  William R. Hutaff ‘78  Trevor Linscheid ‘17  Alex H. Mills, Jr. ‘83 Nicholas G. Mirisis ‘00 P. Venson Nunnaley ‘15  Connor P. Ryan ‘17  Peter Sheldon ‘16  Scott E. Van Vooren ‘94 Michael C. Wong ‘15 

NORTH CAROLINAGREENSBORO $1-$249 Terrill L. Drake ‘01 Suleiman Mansaray ‘18  Rikki L. O’Neil ‘13

NORTH DAKOTA $2,500-$4,999 Matthew M. Hillerud ‘04  $1,200-$1,900 Mark A. Christensen ‘95  Dr. Donald L. Piper, Renaissance  $250-$599 Christian Stromsness ‘18 Kellen R. Utecht ‘05 $1-$249 Christopher M. Ahrens ‘06 Corey O. Atkins ‘04 Jeffrey D. Baumgartner ‘09 Mark Becker ‘12 Justin R. Curtis ‘99

Logan M. Fletcher ‘12 Keegan Hilmer ‘16  Ben R. Hochgraber ‘05 Luke Jirik ‘16  Michael J. Little ‘09 Daniel S. Macintosh ‘06 Erik M. Miller ‘04 Morgan J. Murphy ‘15 Kyle T. See-Rockers ‘14 Brian A. Shawn ‘02 Mark J. Steiner ‘05 Ryan A. Tranby ‘06 Jonathan L. Voigt ‘08 Jeffrey J. Wieser ‘10

NORTH TEXAS $5,000-$9,999 Glenn A. Ezell ‘87  $1,200-$1,900 Bryan B. Marsh, III ‘81  Duffy S. Oyster ‘69  Timothy W. Williams ‘91  W. Russell Williams ‘91  $600-$1,199 Ross W. Christian ‘55 $250-$599 Sean P. Craft ‘95  Dr. Aubrey H. Polser, Jr. ‘65  Guy W. Willis ‘71 $1-$249 Neil J. Adams ‘71 Sam V. Akins ‘54  William T. Anderson ‘70  Charles T. Baldwin ‘68 Graham L. Barnett ‘68 William R. Blakemore ‘66 G. Thomas Boswell, Jr. ‘68  Ronald G. Brown, Sr. ‘67  Joseph L. Busick ‘69 James D. Canon, III ‘84 Abel Casanova ‘06 L. Douglas Cook ‘70 Paul H. Davis ‘66 Bruce Q. Hand ‘67 Eric W. Heil ‘86  Tommy J. Hodges ‘57 Kenneth A. Holloway ‘64 Edward L. Littleton ‘90  Andrew G. Maeder ‘16  Barrett Mick ‘16  James G. Morris ‘70 Bill M. Ohland ‘72  W. Clifford Price, III ‘88  J. Douglas Ragsdale ‘73 Clifford D. Shaffer ‘68 Durrell P. Smith ‘91  Scott R. Steenson ‘69 Dale J. Woods ‘69 Harvey L. Zimmermann ‘70

NORTHEASTERN $600-$1,199 Christopher P. Lynch ‘07  Patrick T. Murphy ‘10 

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$1-$249 Jacob Bjoerkman ‘18  Jack Healy ‘19  Alexander Kennedy ‘18 

NORTHERN ARIZONA $1,901-$2,499 Herbert H. Bullock ‘78  $1-$249 Neal R. Bailey ‘91 

NORTHERN COLORADO $1-$249 Tilman M. Bishop ‘56 William W. Bolitho ‘55 William L. Chadima ‘77 William L. Ott ‘59 

NORTHERN ILLINOIS $2,500-$4,999 Michael J. Neary, CFA ‘90  $600-$1,199 Steven G. Garner ‘83  $1-$249 Alexander J. Andrews ‘15  Jesus O. Garcia ‘18  Osborne J. Johnson, Jr. ‘88 Michael J. Veloz ‘18  Frank E. Woodin ‘03

NORTHERN IOWA $1,901-$2,499 Chad J. Ellsworth ‘95  $1,200-$1,900 Christopher V. Anderson ‘94  $600-$1,199 Joel C. Anderson ‘12  Jeremy J. Butts ‘95  Carson M. Hattel ‘03  $250-$599 Chad R. McCarty ‘98 Seth R. Nieuwenhuis ‘00  Michael T. Prahl Renaissance  Nicholas G. Sibenaller ‘10 Brian R. Ward ‘98 $1-$249 Adam R. Baggett ‘07 Thomas R. Boothby ‘00 Dr. Jonathan S. Burns ‘00 Justin D. Davie ‘02 Cavan Finn ‘18  Michael Foley ‘16  Adam J. Haselhuhn ‘11 Jason P. Hutcheson ‘04 Avery Johnson ‘18  Cody McLees ‘16  Joseph M. Mooney ‘02 Chad D. Primmer ‘99 Matthew Reitz ‘15 Nicholas Sailer ‘17  Kofi K. Sam, Renaissance Barry Schintler ‘15  Cody Schulte ‘16 

Robert C. Streich ‘99 David J. Weber ‘07

NORTHERN KENTUCKY $1,901-$2,499 Mark S. Krzywonos ‘84  $1-$249 Joseph P. McGinnis ‘11 Dustin R. Robinson ‘12 David A. Stetter ‘08 Alex E. Von Saucken ‘07

NORTHWEST MISSOURI $2,500-$4,999 Brent E. Johnson ‘84  $1,200-$1,900 Les M. Hinmon ‘84  Michael A. Wolbert ‘94  $250-$599 Brett T. Graves ‘02  $1-$249 Anthony M. Belcher ‘09 Dr. John N. Murray ‘94 Nicholas D. Shepherd ‘15  James R. West ‘94 Douglas L. Winters ‘87

NORTHWESTERN $1,200-$1,900 Cory S. Gerdes ‘92  $1-$249 Bobby S. Brenman ‘02 Jeffrey A. Buchbinder ‘93  Richard H. Kaung ‘91 Michael A. Mantas ‘15  Jeffrey W. Mason ‘98  Alan Topelson ‘95

NORTHWOOD $1-$249 Dominic Caradonna ‘87

NYU $50,000-$99,999 Constantine K. Nickou ‘47  $10,000-$24,999 Ronald A. Bevacqua ‘67  $5,000-$9,999 Frederick W. Brown, Jr. ‘67  $1,200-$1,900 Samuel J. Bicak ‘11  $600-$1,199 Daniel G. Paulus ‘99  $1-$249 Carman P. Bambace ‘62  Richard E. Batho ‘66 Robert K. Gansel ‘58  Charles W. Hage, M.D. ‘81  Justin D. Levine ‘09 

OHIO $250-$599 Gregory D. Pearson ‘94 

$1-$249 Grant V. Hesser ‘69  Jeffrey M. Sergi ‘95 Sean T. Skender ‘93

OHIO NORTHERN $1-$249 John E. Bayliff ‘58  William H. Brinkmeyer ‘50 Donald A. Cope ‘52 Bryce Gray ‘17  Richard T. Hoback, M.D. ‘62 William R. Hughes ‘54 Quintin A. Jessee ‘95 Terry D. Keiser ‘64 Robert W. Lambert, M.D. ‘82  J. Scott Miller ‘72  Stanley D. Scheetz ‘68 Lloyd A. Schick ‘66 Robert B. Storts ‘60 Dominic E. Violante ‘06

OHIO STATE $1,901-$2,499 Ryan C. Dressler ‘08  $600-$1,199 R. Scott Dudis ‘09  Sean A. Mittelman ‘09  Brent J. Osborn ‘09  Michael D. Repasky ‘08  $250-$599 Robert D. Jennings ‘85  Derek A. McClellan ‘92 Scott W. Phillips, Jr. ‘05  $1-$249 Ryan M. Bixler ‘16  Matthew J. Davis ‘17  Michael E. Deegan ‘66 Connor C. Foster ‘16  Anthony J. Frisby ‘86 Dr. James V. Griesen ‘63  Christopher H. John ‘16  Marvin L. Leedom ‘64 Joseph E. Lennon ‘07 Raymond M. Roop ‘65 Robin A. Schmidt ‘56 Jeffrey J. Smith ‘86  Rodger P. Soeldner ‘70 Donald A. Stenta, Ph.D. ‘01 Austin Stewart ‘16  Donald G. Swales ‘56  Michael A. Tranovich ‘71  Christopher L. Wald ‘12 Richard M. Walters ‘57  Douglas A. Wemmer, M.D. ‘71 

OHIO WESLEYAN $2,500-$4,999 Donald W. Hudler ‘56  $250-$599 C. Dean McGowan ‘83  $1-$249 Peter Cook ’16  Robert M. Dickson ‘57


Robert B. Gibson ‘65 George R. Gunn ‘78 Woody A. Jamiel ‘16  David A. Kapeluck ‘67 Phillip S. Kick ‘97 James K. Meinershagen ‘64 John E. Moats, M.D. ‘57  Normand W. Noblet ‘53 Daryl D. Ruehle ‘62  Richard D. Schaeffer, Sr. ‘51  Ronald K. Snider ‘67  Commander Michael H. Spencer ‘73 R. Gary Stansbury ‘62 Mason C. Tomblin ‘17  Reich L. Watterson, Jr., M.D. ‘48 Waldon R. Weber ‘56

OKLAHOMA $25,000-$49,999 Larry T. Wilson ‘85  $10,000-$24,999 Chip E. Long, Jr. ‘82  $5,000-$9,999 Marc A. Ganz ‘83  Timothy E. Kinnear ‘87  David M. Poarch ‘83  J. Bryan Schulhoff ‘08  Douglas G. Summers ‘78  $2,500-$4,999 Bradley J. Watson ‘83  $1,901-$2,499 Bradley A. Schick ‘87  $1,200-$1,900 F. Andy Fugitt ‘80  $600-$1,199 A. Wayne Robertson, Renaissance  Michael J. Transue ‘66  $250-$599 Christopher J. F. Crotts ‘99 G. Douglas Fox ‘55  Jamon D. Herndon ‘99 Brig. Gen. Kenneth M. Taylor, Jr. ‘66  M. Rich Wager ‘73  $1-$249 Richard W. Ashford ‘73  Gregory W. Curry ‘83  Robert G. Denison ‘58  Andrew W. Fieker ‘03 Frank E. Heaston ‘49  Chad B. Ingram ‘02 F. Lovell McMillin ‘58 Donald M. Smith, D.D.S. ‘56 R. Donald Thoes ‘53 Daryle D. Voss ‘90 John M. Williamson ‘10

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

OKLAHOMA STATE

OREGON STATE

$10,000-$24,999 Gary K. Bridwell ‘74  Jeffery C. Linihan ‘85  J. Michael Reddout ‘85  Neal T. Seidle ‘62  Terry L. Stewart ‘71  Clinton M. Ward ‘83  $5,000-$9,999 Michael G. Daniel ‘85  James D. McKellar, Jr. ‘67  H. S. Wycoff ‘61  $250-$599 Tim H. Cleverdon ‘73 $1-$249 Jack E. Bobek ‘49 Connor R. Brown ‘17  Matt B. Burckhalter ‘06 Robert K. Castleberry ‘18  Levi N. Close ‘17  Aaron C. Cromer ‘16  Devin Currier ‘17  Dominic C. Eramo ‘16  Jesse E. Fate ‘17  Tyler L. Ferguson ‘18  Timothy T. Forman ‘08 Collin Green ‘18  Brad D. Leverett ‘82 J. William Love, Jr. ‘49  James W. Morris ‘75 Phillip H. Myles ‘65 Zach Richardson ‘17  Charles O. Riddle ‘73 Brian Q. Rosebrook ‘15  Tyler J. Smith ‘18  Tj St. John ‘18  Quinnten K. Thompson ’17  Erik G. Williams ‘20 

$1,200-$1,900 Kenneth S. Maddox ‘75  $600-$1,199 Thane R. Brown ‘61  Lonny R. Kelley ‘61  $250-$599 John A. Goesling ‘67  James B. Harbolt ‘84  Andrew D. Moen ‘99  $1-$249 Nicholas B. Boshears ‘90  Benjamin E. Brodie ‘64  James H. Colburn ‘55 Lynn R. Crews ‘92 Mason J. Crow ‘17  Daniel T. Cushing ‘13 Wayne R. Ericksen ‘58  Dr. Robert H. Ewalt ‘56  Michael R. Fraser, Jr. ‘96 Charles L. Fritz ‘58  John C. Gartland ‘74 Joseph J. Ittes, Jr. ‘66 Matthew T. Kim ‘16  Jeffrey A. Malkasian ‘91  Gene M. Milbrath ‘63  Lt. Colonel Dana K. Murton ‘56  Michael S. Newgard ‘07 Dow P. Poling ‘56 Colton F. Surcamp ‘15  John A. Talbott ‘49  Jack E. Taylor ‘69 Eric H. Warninghoff ‘96  Benjamin R. Whiteley ‘51  Donald L. Wimer ‘53 The Honorable Frank J. Yraguen ‘62

OLD DOMINION

PARSONS

$1-$249 Christopher Coykendall ‘13 Brandon M. Miller ‘07

$1-$249 Kenneth B. Cooke ‘68 Scott A. Keener ‘74  David A. Neff ‘69 

OREGON $250-$599 Donald A. Boyd ‘59 Sigmund F. Lindley ‘85  $1-$249 Richard D. Allen, M.D. ‘58  Dr. Juris Cilnis ‘57  Allen L. Gummer ‘58  Gordon B. MacPherson ‘54  Charles F. Makinney ‘66 Merton L. Meeker, Jr. ‘51 Dr. Darrell M. Miller ‘64 Peter W. Powell ‘78 Robert J. Swank ‘70 A. Russell Taggard ‘66 Timothy A. Tofte ‘80 Ryan C. Wheatley ‘07  Marcus C. Wulf ‘64 

PENNSYLVANIA $1,901-$2,499 Brett R. Danko ‘90  $1,200-$1,900 Douglas S. Roberts ‘83  $250-$599 Anthony N. Mishik, M.D. ‘79 $1-$249 Andrew B. Brody ‘88  Earl C. Conway ‘54  Michael A. Fernando ‘13 David L. S. Ffrench ‘51 Joel T. Frauenheim ‘92 Timothy E. Games ‘84  Timothy A. Garvey, M.D. ‘80  P. Clarke Glennon ‘55  Andrew S. Hua ‘92 Jose Ibietatorremendia ‘90 Robert M. Johnson ‘55

Jeffrey R. Lehman ‘72  Henry A. Pope, Jr. ‘43 Terry N. Rahmeier ‘64 William A. Schilling ‘03 Charles R. Shubert ‘49 Dallas L. Smith ‘67  Andrew M. Steedle ‘06 Richard B. Thompson, M.D. ‘94 Jason M. Ursaner ‘07 Daniel H. Van Winkle ‘62

PENNSYLVANIA STATE $1,901-$2,499 Joseph R. Palmieri ‘92  $600-$1,199 Raymond Leahey ‘61  Craig P. McGuinn ‘89  James F. Nealon ‘81  $250-$599 Howard I. J. Collier ‘54  John A. Ward ‘92 $1-$249 Christopher H. Cabell ‘90 Scott B. Clark ‘87 Abraham N. Doe ‘10 David H. Harth ‘01 C. Gibson Hertler ‘57 Terry L. Katz ‘81  Colonel Jed H. Klingensmith‘57 Erik F. Knettel ‘92 Allan P. LeChard ‘55  Richard S. Piper ‘51 Louis A. Polaneczky ‘86 Timothy R. Sonier ‘17 

PEPPERDINE $1,200-$1,900 David O. Chang ‘04  Frank T. Ko ‘97  Christopher C. Walters ‘03  $600-$1,199 Alexander Claud ‘13  $250-$599 Matthew D. Hubbell ‘07 Jeremy J. Stolee ‘05  $1-$249 Giuseppe Nespoli, II ‘04 Michael D. Sprague ‘04 Devon B. Walker ‘12 Richard H. Wallace, Renaissance

PHILADELPHIA $1,200-$1,900 John A. Porreca ‘71  $1-$249 Paul R. Buckwalter ‘66  Gordon C. Miller ‘67

PITTSBURG STATE $1,200-$1,900 Chris A. Mainz ‘88 

$250-$599 Michael K. Kohler ‘75  $1-$249 Daniel L. Mildfelt ‘79 Michael A. Torgler ‘99

PITTSBURGH $1-$249 Richard J. Hill ‘12 Kevin J. Muir ‘12 Eric T. Muller ‘18  Anthony Palombizio ‘96 Dr. Chad E. Richmond ‘93 Robert M. Tibi, II ‘91

PLYMOUTH STATE $1-$249 Joseph M. Costa ‘04

Richard F. Trowbridge ‘59  Christian Vetter ‘17  Stephen J. Zimmerly ‘69

QUINNIPIAC $1-$249 Matthew K. Blumenthal ‘17  Brian T. Byrne ‘12 Lewis Clarke ‘16  Gabriel Reyes ‘16 

RADFORD $1-$249 Nicholas Altman ‘16  Ethan S. Collie ‘17  Johan Coon ‘16  Forrest C. Meade ‘16  Jacob C. Ogle ‘15 

$2,500-$4,999 Donald A. Burgio ‘89  $250-$599 James L. Johndrow ‘68 James R. Murphy ‘80 Christian T. Patterson ‘95  Robert H. Sandow ‘87  Dennis T. Scurletis ‘79  Peter A. Vanderminden ‘78 Bruce M. Wexler ‘89  $1-$249 Kenneth W. Bosworth ‘77 Matthew J. Carlen ‘06  Brian D. Chase ‘07 Eddie Chin ‘94  Thomas W. Cronin ‘16  Philip J. Decker ‘71

Drake C. Perrior-Small ‘17  Peter B. Perry ‘57  Edward J. Rockwood, M.D. ‘76 William M. Turner ‘61 Herb L. Van Benthuysen ‘56 Kenneth J. Vetter ‘18 

RHODE ISLAND $250-$599 Shawn T. Mullen ‘13  $1-$249 Jordan M. Albernaz ‘11 John W. Barrett ‘73 David S. Bennett ‘93  John Collins ‘12 Frank P. Gallo ‘63 E. Robert Galloway ‘70

PURDUE $2,500-$4,999 Douglas M. Nabhan ‘77  $1,200-$1,900 Michael G. Ellis ‘84  Scott R. Swisher ‘79  $600-$1,199 Nick D. Harris ‘79  D. Reid Snellenbarger ‘98  $250-$599 Norman E. Nabhan, CIMA ‘71  Dale B. Roberts ‘72 Robert H. Sheridan ‘62  John D. Weir ‘01  Dr. Carl R. Willis ‘61  $1-$249 Larry M. Champion Renaissance Robert G. Coleman ‘50 Patrick K. Crawford ‘03 Roger H. Day ‘69 Dr. John F. Derr, R.Ph. ‘58  Ronald L. Downing ‘68 Gary L. Evans ‘67 James D. Farley ‘86  Wayne R. Frazier ‘71 Lee E. Gase ‘50 Ross E. Goluba ‘95 Richard M. Hardin ‘66  Dale C. Hiler, Jr. ‘59 Donald G. Hoffman ‘62 Larry R. Horton ‘62 George J. Kottemann, D.D.S. ‘53  Robert F. Kroeger ‘58 Grant R. Lohse ‘02 Dustin R. Longest ‘04 Dr. Richard R. Mitchell ‘60  James H. Muehlbauer ‘63  Brian R. Rodell ‘98 David D. Schoeff ‘64 James R. Schopmeyer ‘14 Stephen P. Skillman ‘75 Dale M. Smith ‘76 E. Dana Smith, Jr. ‘66  Raymond S. Stephens ‘49

“Our Fraternity kept me in college during difficult personal times, developed my leadership abilities and taught me social skills in spite of my introversion and rural poor background. I am privileged to be able to support SigEp’s efforts to provide similar opportunities for young men today.” – Denis Dieker, Wichita State ’77

Bowen Sheng ‘15  Bryan A. Tate ‘16  Todd B. Turner ‘16 

RANDOLPH-MACON $5,000-$9,999 Frank E. Laughon, Jr. ‘59  $1-$249 R. Jeffrey Chasen ‘77  Lawrence S. Driever, Jr. ‘67 J. Burke Morton ‘81  Mathew W. Spurrier ‘11 Charles A. Taylor, III ‘65

RENSSELAER $5,000-$9,999 Frederick M. Fink ‘68 

Richard L. Dooley ‘68  Jonah Duch ’17  Stephen J. Fallick ‘68 Joseph P. Frizado ‘74 Andrew Groskopf ‘16  Franklin C. Guildner ‘67 D. Carl Hamill, Jr. ‘54 David T. Harris ‘16  Lavin D. Hiranandani ‘17  Robert E. Kuver ‘59  David M. Lange ‘58 Charles L. Lee, Jr. ‘53 Stephen S. Litchfield ‘68 Christopher J. Markum ‘17  Sean P. McGuigan ‘95 Brian J. Michalka ‘16  Anton Nekhai ‘15 

Paul W. Gehr ‘87 Michael D. Giacalone ‘09 Gregory R. Husta ‘18  Matthew LoRusso ‘12 Stephen N. Messineo ‘10 Richard Nolan ‘72 Colin P. O’Dell ‘10 Paul R. Picard ‘71  Stephen J. Shea ‘87 John T. Whitford ‘68

RICHMOND $10,000-$24,999 Thomas E. Hill ‘64  $2,500-$4,999 Richard A. Wiklund, Jr. ‘89 

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“I became a professor of higher education largely because doing so was a means of furthering the interests of the Fraternity. Most of my professional writing has focused on the American college fraternity and the value-added benefits that fraternity membership provides to enhance the formal education the college curriculum offers. My giving is an act of love for the ideals of the Fraternity, and what an appreciation of those ideals can do for men in all their life endeavors.” – Dr. Charles “Chuck” Eberly, Bowling Green State ’63 (Pictured with wife Sharon.)

Brad O. Robinson ‘97 W. Martin Roche ‘64  Donald E. Russell, Jr. ‘85 Jeffrey A. Schnoebelen ‘05 Andrew P. Singletary ‘04 Rodney B. Swanson, Jr. ‘63  Tom Talone ‘84 Cornelius H. Tiebout ‘94 William J. Umiker, Renaissance Garrick S. Waller ‘00  Creston Whiting-Casey ‘11 Phillip B. Winberry ‘66  Teddy E. Young, Jr. ‘03

SAINT LOUIS $600-$1,199 Christopher M. Avery ‘02  $1-$249 Scott K. MacArthur ‘09 David F. Rielley ‘99

SALISBURY

$1,200-$1,900 The Honorable Archer L. Yeatts, III ‘64  $250-$599 Wallace S. Edwards, M.D. ‘61  Van Buren Knick ‘88  John R. Maney, Jr. ‘65  John C. Tuttle, Sr. ‘77  $1-$249 Joseph J. Aronica ‘65 P. Gray Bigler, III ‘08 Dr. Walker H. Campbell ‘59  Ernoe Csaky ‘60 Robert L. Garian ‘55 David H. Gimbert ‘78  Don B. Henderson ‘68 H. Larrick Hockman, Jr. ‘65 Steven W. Kraus ‘82 Charles G. McDaniel ‘60 Richard D. Moore ‘54  Kingsley H. Nelson, Jr., PhD ‘91 N. Andre Nielsen ‘53  Larry W. Riddick ‘69 Fletcher Stiers, Jr. ‘48  William J. Welstead, Jr. ‘60 Donald B. Williams ‘53  John M. Woleben, Jr. ‘69

RIDER $1,200-$1,900 Steven H. Sutow, Esq. ‘00  $1-$249 Christian A. Kramar ‘11

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ROCHESTER $1-$249 Cameron D. Cummings ‘15  Anthony W. Osinski ‘13 Tate T. Richards ‘17  Russell Rosenkranz ‘15 Marc J. Scheiner ‘00

ROLLINS $1-$249 Austin R. Taylor ‘76

RUTGERS $2,500-$4,999 Glenn T. Gnirrep ‘82  $1-$249 Robert E. Berenguer ‘79  Harry J. Brunner ‘63 Eugene R. Cheval ‘10  Daniel P. Ducore ‘72  Edward P. Eardley ‘60 C. Ernest Hall, Jr. ‘60 Louis L. Louizides ‘70  Howard Mcilvaine ‘93 Philip J. Patrick ‘88 Dr. Joseph W. Rebovich ‘56  Atlee Robinson ‘72  Randall K. Stitt ‘91 Patrick W. Thaller ‘66 Louis B. Weiner ‘81 

SACRAMENTO STATE $1,901-$2,499 Columbus L. Johnson, Jr. ‘85  $1,200-$1,900 James M. Amen ‘96 

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$600-$1,199 Timothy J. McCormick ‘84  Rodney L. Smart ‘77  Steven M Thompson ‘83 $250-$599 Fernando C. Azevedo ‘83 Michael D. Forsch ‘83 Richard M. M. Lukasiewicz ‘84  Francis J. Mona, III ‘84 Reed G. Morris ‘84 Richard J. Woelffer ‘83 $1-$249 Glenn A. Abersold ‘94 John E. Barakett ‘93 Paul A. Bollard ‘87 Gary R. Chaix ‘65  Jeffrey P. Cox ‘86 Gary D. Darrow ‘65 Ritch K. Eich ‘66 Steven A. Flinn ‘71 Mark A. Fulwider ‘91 Ryan J. Gazale ‘16  Anthony P. Giancoli ‘93 Jeffrey R. Grenz ‘81 David E. Hammond ‘65 Michael Helmick ‘09 Jean Indaburu ‘15  William M. Loftus, Jr. ‘83 Jordan Lowe ‘16  Wayne C. Mattson ‘82  Adam N. Miller ‘11 J. Pitt Miller ‘86 Charles L. Nance ‘91 Scott R. Osborne ‘89 Daniel I. Paulson ‘00 Dallas J. Phillips ‘87 Martin W. Powers ‘87

$1-$249 Brandon Leavy ‘17  Mauriccio Navarrete ‘16  Gregg A. Presbury, Jr. ‘96 Charlie Stanley ‘16  John F. Thompson ‘17 

SAM HOUSTON $250-$599 Bill J. Mehrens ‘68  $1-$249 Charles E. Amato ‘70  James D. Ashmore ‘59 Kevin W. Johnson ‘05 Charles G. King ‘73 James D. Mullins ‘62 David L. Myers ‘70 Barry C. Smyth ‘68

SAMFORD $600-$1,199 Archie W. Messersmith ‘99 

SAN DIEGO $1,200-$1,900 Ryan P. Jacobsen ‘00  William M. Rochfort, Jr. ‘04  $600-$1,199 Nicolaus J. Collins ‘14  $1-$249 Brian T. Furlow ‘06 Joseph M. Landeis ‘17 

SAN DIEGO STATE $5,000-$9,999 Dr. Howard W. Baumann ‘64  $1,901-$2,499 Edward E. Dahlkamp ‘63  Jeff T. Kamholz ‘88  Dennis H. Pennell ‘60  Robert L. Trovaten ‘67 

$1,200-$1,900 Ronald D. Smith ‘69  $600-$1,199 Patrick J. Gallagher ‘14  Kevin M. Kwoka ‘11  Alexander M. Power ‘11  $250-$599 William J. Elliott ‘62  Kevin P. Kinsey ‘88  Trevor V. Solomonson ‘06  Capt. Peter B. Welch ‘72  $1-$249 Matthew S. Alegria ‘15  Robert W. Callaghan ‘59  Robert G. Hasse ‘69 Wilson S. Hull ‘15  Jerry L. Hutter ‘65  Dustin G. McClellan ‘96 Alexander S. Nelson ‘15  Taylor J. Stenman ‘14  Joseph E. Sullivan ‘66  Dennis S. Tilton ‘66  Christopher R. Werner ‘88

SAN FRANCISCO STATE $1,200-$1,900 Roy A. J. Malatesta, Jr. ‘93  $1-$249 Joe J. Jaber ‘90  Stuart N. Takahashi ‘82

SANTA CLARA $1-$249 P. Gregory Frey, Esq. ‘83  Benjamin P. Gleichner ‘77  Louis J. Lombardo, III ‘80

SETON HALL $1-$249 Charles M. Mansfield ‘81 Dr. Nicholas V. Motto ‘98 John R. Swiontkowski ‘74 

SIU-CARBONDALE $1-$249 Scott E. Burack ‘90 Michael A. Burgess ‘81  Andrew K. Nolan ‘00

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE $5,000-$9,999 Clifford A. Kinnunen, Jr. ‘77  $250-$599 Theodore F. Hoef, Ph.D. ‘79  $1-$249 Steven L. Harms ‘82 Dr. Grahaeme A. Hesp ‘97  John R. Perry, CFP, M.S. ‘89  George M. Ward ‘75 Robert A. Ward ‘82

SOUTH ALABAMA $1-$249 David L. Morton ‘93

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through the Sigma Phi Epsilon Education Foundation between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

SOUTH CAROLINA $1,200-$1,900 Kent A. Belli ‘81  $250-$599 Michael A. Windus, Jr. ‘58  $1-$249 William M. Fowler ‘15  Benjamin A. Hutto ‘16  C. Gordon McBride ‘57 Kyle S. McCoil ‘17  Craig M. McDaniel ‘76  Bruce B. Ritchie ‘83  Eugene M. Varn ‘81 Camden S. Wiggins ‘16  Zachary L. Young ‘11

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE $1-$249 Jason E. Chase ‘00 Derek J. Kramer ‘12 Dr. Jeffrey C. Nolz ‘03

SOUTH FLORIDA $1,200-$1,900 Joseph DiGregorio, Esq. ‘98  $250-$599 James M. Kean ‘01  $1-$249 Andrew Aubery ‘06 Zach J. Chapman ‘15  Steve N. Ferlita ‘16  Brandon D. Fersten ‘16  Preston K. Haytac ‘17  Francis A. Henderson ‘17  Ralph R. Herz ‘16  Kevin V. Madden ‘16  Ryan McKalvey ‘18  Edgar O. Molina ‘16  Matthew P. Moschell ‘16  Alan C. Norris ‘70 Sean J. O’Brien, Jr. ‘09 M. Romero ‘15  Ryan T. Violette ‘17 

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE $1,200-$1,900 Michael R. Lincoln ‘84  $1-$249 Lewis E. Bock ‘63  Robert L. Cearnal ‘62 Thomas L. Kinder, Jr. ‘60 Peter H. Lemakis ‘81 William J. Perry, CPA ‘84 Robert J. Uthoff ‘78 John Vincent ‘97

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA $25,000-$49,999 Garry C. Kief ‘70  $2,500-$4,999 Shawn T. Sedlacek ‘93 

$1,200-$1,900 Michael L. Mann ‘78  Brent A. Noyes ‘74  $600-$1,199 Frank E. Butterfield, Jr. ‘83  $250-$599 Dr. Michael M. King ‘61  William J. McDowell ‘52  $1-$249 Alan S. Duncan ‘53 Royal E. Foster, Jr. ‘57 Glenn W. Grade ‘51 Carl D. Gutermann ‘61  Jason E. Hollander ‘94 Gregory A. Jorgensen ‘79  Jason Lubin ‘09 Peter J. Mittelstadt ‘56 Sam C. Rowland ‘51

SOUTHERN METHODIST $600-$1,199 Daniel K. Liu ‘08  Todd E. McElhatton ‘89  $250-$599 Garrett N. Farwell ‘06  Andrew-John Fox ‘88 Christopher Gerard ‘03  Joe D. Hill, Jr. ‘89 Brandon L. Morgan ‘94  Brooks L. Powell ‘08 Kurtis L. Vanous ‘87 $1-$249 William A. Badarak ‘13 Robert J. Barry ‘92 T. Hunter Brown ‘12 Jason S. Dowdy ‘96 Blake A. Gebhauer-White ‘89 Ethan G. Gill ‘12 Ryan M. Gummer ‘03 Brad Guske ‘94  Robert A. Lewis ‘18  Mark W. Norris ‘08 Robert W. Quach ‘04 Michael J. Shef, Jr., C.S. ‘93  Richard J. Townsend ‘12 Nicholas Trajcevski ‘18  Ramon V. Trespalacios ‘14

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI $600-$1,199 E. Scott Thompson, II ‘99  $1-$249 Johnnie L. Campbell ‘73 George L. Carr, Jr. ‘61  Matthew F. Carter ‘02 Charles F. Childress ‘06 D. Britton Dunaway, Jr. ‘97  Major Wilbert A. Ensenat ‘62 Allen C. Gordy ‘68 Lawrence J. Harrison, Jr. ‘72 Terrence M. Lechner ‘68 Frank A. Misurelly ‘67 Edward N. Stephens ‘58

SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE $1-$249 Scott K. Anderson ‘94  Thomas L. Stuart, Sr. ‘90

ST. JOHN’S $1-$249 Xavier E. Flores ‘92  David J. Graziano ‘03  Brent D. Nepogoda ‘01

ST. JOSEPH’S $1-$249 Edward J. Mancinelli, Jr. ‘90

ST. MARY’S $1-$249 Dylan L. Heart ‘12 Richard C. Jaworski ‘78  John E. Murphy ‘70 Eric R. Rodriguez ‘17 

STANFORD $600-$1,199 Ryan T. Denny ‘06  $1-$249 Dr. Julius S. Brecht ‘93  William S. Hartwell ‘01 Bobby Liao ‘88  A. Todd Ortega ‘91

STETSON $2,500-$4,999 John C. Durrant ‘96  $600-$1,199 Frank E. Morreale ‘93  $250-$599 Laurence A. Deets ‘62  $1-$249 Thomas A. Beckett ‘14  Brendan T. Beitler ‘14  Paul C. Bremer ‘65  Austin L. Coates ‘18  Kyle J. Fischl ‘17  Arthur E. Marshall, Jr. ‘83 Cody A. Stacy ‘17 

STEVENS TECH $1,200-$1,900 Stephen J. Buce ‘86  Xiao Zhao ‘07  $600-$1,199 Christopher Lantz ‘07  Steven T. Oscovitch ‘14 $1-$249 Kris N. Alvarez ‘16  Ryan P. Bardeer ‘17  Zachary S. Binger ‘18  Andrew W. Boyle ‘11 James J. Brickley ‘65  Patrick A. Depaolo ‘18 


Ronald S. Ferguson, Renaissance Russell J. Grant ‘68  John Griggs ‘14  Michael A. McCarthy ‘17  Austin D. Montecuollo ‘65 Ryan T. Price ‘08 Thomas J. Ritter ‘73  Jorge A. Rivera ‘15  Samuel A. Robinson, Jr. ‘74 John C. Spaziani ‘67

SUNY-ALBANY $1-$249 Frank J. Spadafino ‘90

SUNY-BINGHAMTON $1-$249 Richard E. Noll ‘90  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  Nicholas J. Geraci ‘84  Dr. Alan B. Holman ‘66  Anthony P. Huskisson ‘04 Joseph Szuba ‘63

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

SUSQUEHANNA $1-$249 Frank J. Dumbreski Renaissance  Jeffrey A. Elwell ‘90

SYRACUSE

$1,200-$1,900 Johnson L. Garrett, Jr. ‘88  $1-$249 Conrad T. Brickman ‘55 Thomas E. Feeney ‘75 Frank F. Gordnier ‘49  Thomas W. Hillman ‘85 Arthur W. Lewis ‘63

TAMPA $1-$249 Lt. Colonel Andrew C. Cooper ‘90 Harvey R. Reilich ‘53 Robert D. Taaffe ‘57

TEMPLE $250-$599 Dr. Ronald F. Asper ‘68  $1-$249 Vernon G. Altemose, Jr. ‘54

Wayne J. Franks ‘71 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 C. Bryce Giesler ‘82  Alan D. Wilson ‘79  $1,200-$1,900 B. Joe Clayton ‘57  Kelly L. Williams ‘92  $600-$1,199 Wade S. Hutchens ‘89  Robert K. Leonard ‘90  $250-$599 Harry O. Ford ‘65  Don C. Irwin ‘83  Joseph D. Luna ‘67  $1-$249 Karl W. Berling ‘93 Jonathan H. Burlison ‘08 John F. Chirico ‘12 Dan L. Culver ‘81  James D. Edwards, III ‘59 Allen R. Elkins ‘57  Lewis M. Epperson, Jr. ‘71 James E. Fox ‘59 Michael H. Hickey ‘76 James H. Hornsby, Jr. ‘49 Thomas S. Jackson ‘61 Donald H. MacLeod ‘49  William H. Martin Renaissance Myron K. Peck, IV ‘57  Howard T. Prince, Jr. ‘51  J. Earl Rainwater ‘60  Christopher R. Reeves ‘96 Robert W. Shafer ‘47  Andrew H. Stallings ‘66  Herbert D. Sullivan ‘50

TENNESSEE TECH $2,500-$4,999 Bryan L. Webb ‘81  $1,200-$1,900 James R. Laycock, II ‘70  $1-$249 R. D. Canata ‘72 James E. Johnson ‘71 John T. Pelham, IV ‘10 Dennis E. Roberts ‘75

TENNESSEE WESLEYAN $1,200-$1,900 Dr. Stephen J. Taylor ‘76  $1-$249 Dr. F. Joseph Burger ‘63

TENNESSEE-MARTIN $1,200-$1,900 Patrick J. Clark ‘11  James W. Truett, Jr. ‘02  $250-$599 Anthony L. Beal, Jr. ‘05 Raymond K. Buie ‘01 J. Trey Halterman ‘96  W. Alan Prince ‘12 $1-$249 Dr. Christopher T. Collie ‘96  Scott B. Haddock ‘98 Kevin W. Teets, Jr. ‘06 

TEXAS A&M $2,500-$4,999 William T. Oliver, Jr. ‘91  $1,200-$1,900 Murl R. Richardson, Jr. ‘76  $250-$599 Gregory J. Schonefeld ‘07

TEXAS A&MCORPUS CHRISTI $1-$249 Gabriel A. Cisneros ‘14  Ronald B. Crabtree ‘13 Ernest Reed Garza ‘14  Joshua L. Meriwether ‘14  Weldon L. Weber, III ‘14  Trevor H. Wulff ‘18 

TEXAS CHRISTIAN $1,200-$1,900 Gary M. Coyne ‘04  William M. Patten ‘73  $600-$1,199 Clayton R. Simons ‘09  $1-$249 Charles N. Chenault ‘69 Austin C. Dickson ‘02 R. Wayne Dunn, Jr. ‘68 Mike E. McIntyre ‘68 Aaron M. Mullenix ‘10 Matthew Ngo ‘12 Eric C. Norrington, II ‘72  Russell A. Pease ‘67 David R. Radcliffe ‘05  Austin D. Street ‘01 Winyu Vongstapanalert ‘98

TEXAS TECH $1,200-$1,900 Christopher S. Loveless ‘92  Daniel R. McWilliams ‘87  James P. Spellman, II ‘90  $600-$1,199 Kevin S. Rooker ‘80  $1-$249 James K. De Vries ‘91 Seth B. Linker ‘15  Robert C. O’Neal ‘92 Kurt Schaal ‘73 Dr. Jack V. Waters, D.C. ‘83 

James L. Whatley ‘71  Micah L. Wolfe ‘08

TEXAS WESLEYAN $2,500-$4,999 Daniel W. McVeigh ‘90 

TEXAS-ARLINGTON $1,200-$1,900 Patrick B. Welborne ‘91  David R. Wolverton ‘85  $600-$1,199 Oscar O. Nelson, Jr. ‘85  $1-$249 Derrick E. Crayton, II ‘17  Dylan Cryer ‘14  Harald D. Cussnick ‘92  Matthew R. Fournier ‘14  Justin Hickman ‘14  Dalton W. Miles ‘14  Clint J. Ramirez ‘14  Robert W. Schmidt, P.E. ‘84 

TEXAS-AUSTIN $5,000-$9,999 Gary E. Griffith ‘70  $2,500-$4,999 Bruce W. Anderson ‘71  Roger C. Chapman ‘49  John K. Tyler ‘63  $1,901-$2,499 Gregory P. Barra ‘03  $1,200-$1,900 David B. Deniger ‘68  Richard S. Rankin ‘77  $250-$599 Bryan C. Birkeland ‘73  Mark A. Kiester ‘71  Colonel Donald P. Mafrige, USAR ‘59  $1-$249 Scott A. Abbey ‘18  Daniel J. Adkins ‘18  Grant Adkins ‘15  William R. Aigner ‘18  Albert M. Albright, Jr. ‘57  Michael Aldridge ‘15  Tyler Alexander ‘15  Matthew T. Altman ‘14  Tom Andrews ‘15  Danny N. Arnold ‘15  John-Paul Bach ‘17  Michael Bailey ‘17  Edward A. Banner, III ‘16  Jeff Barnwell ‘16  Kyle D. Barton ‘18  Maxwell Bastian ‘14  Dylan Beason ‘16  John Henry C. Beck ‘15  Brooks Beckelman ‘16  Jordan Bernstein ‘17  Michael R. Blackburn ‘18  Chandler A. Block ‘17  James H. Bond, Jr. ‘73

Andrew Boyd ‘17  Jack Brewer ‘17  Will Brown ‘17  William Bruner ‘16  Blake Buchen ‘16  Brian Buell ‘16  Parker Burns ‘16  Connor Bush ‘16  Ryan P. Bush ‘15  Dean S. R. Butler ‘15  Josh Cannon ‘16  Miles Cantrell ‘17  Jeffrey Carlson ‘17  Samuel B. Cheatham ‘15  Nick Christensen ‘17  Ryan Clegg ‘17  Conner Cowart ‘16  Kevin A. Crabb ‘18  Keith Crawford ‘16  Kyle J. Cunningham ‘15  Brandon Daniels ‘16  Chris De Ayala ‘17  Paul De Ayala ‘16  Alex R. DeAyala ‘16  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  Baxter G. Easley ‘15  Kyle P. Echerd ‘15  Andrew J. Einspanier ‘15  Taylor Epperson ‘16  Austin B. Ernst ‘15  Josh Euers ‘17  Matthew B. Ferguson ‘15  Nathan C. Flanigin ‘18  Jackson Fletcher ‘18  John C. Fletcher ‘16  John T. Flume ‘14  Randol L. Flume ‘15  Jimmy Fort ‘16  Corey Fruithandler ‘16  Jack Gaffney ‘18  Parker T. George ‘14  Jay A. Gerrie ‘15  Dylan G. Glosser ‘18  Luke M. Gorski ‘18  Chad Greisbach ‘16  Beau C. Grenier ‘14  Charles A. Griffin ‘18  Ryan Griffin ‘17  Guy W. Griffith ‘16  Stephen D. Grinnan, III ‘13 Maxwell R. Guarniere ‘15  Leo J. Gute ‘18  Scott H. Hanks ‘15  Madison Harbuck ‘16  Hunter P. Harvin ‘14  Jack Hawkins ‘18  Matthew Hays ‘16  Luke Heytens ‘17 

Thomas G. Holshouser ‘15  Benjamin C. Horton ‘18  Devin A. Huffines ‘15  Garrett J. Huffines ‘15  Robert M. B. Jelinek ‘15  John A. Jewett ‘18  Cameron Johnson ‘16  Matthew Johnson ‘18  Mitchell Johnson ‘18  Nathaniel F. Johnson ‘15  Nicholas F. Johnston ‘18  Blake Jones ‘16  Austin D. Kaiser ‘16  Chad Kaiser ‘18  Kurt Kaiser ‘17  Carter D. Kemp ‘15  Clay M. Kemp ‘18  Angus Klamer ‘15  Philip J. Koelsch ‘16  Christopher R. Koskovich ‘17  Thomas Laidlaw ‘18  Adam E. Landefeld ‘18  Jared Lapidus ‘17  Nick Lednicky ‘17  Jett Lucia ‘17  Blake Lueder ‘17  Lee Lueder ‘16  Austin Lupton ‘15  Mark A. Lupton, Jr. ‘15  Ryan Lynch ‘16  Ted Mackey ‘16  Mac Maguire ‘16  Samuel C. Malone ‘18  Canyon Manske ‘17  Maclean R. Martin ‘15  Preston Martin ‘16  John M. Marymont ‘15  Kyle A. Mason ‘15  Tanner R. Mauro ‘18  Nolan McCarthy ‘18  William H. McCausland ‘83  Henry T. McCourt ‘14  Steven R. McCown ‘72 Caleb T. McCoy ‘15  Michael N. McCrory ‘18  Sam McQuilkin ‘17  Andrew Mealey ‘17  Chuck H. Meriwether ‘18  Peter Millhorn ‘16  Kolten Morris ‘16  Bryan J. Moynihan ‘15  Jack Nelms ‘17  David A. Nelson ‘18  John R. Noble ‘15  Cole Norton ‘16  William O’Keefe ‘16  William C. Owen ‘14  Nick Pasta ‘17  Dean Patteson ‘17  Andrew Pickens ‘16  Peyton J. Poynter ‘15  Kyle Rathgeb ‘17  Cole Rauscher ‘18  Drew P. Raymond ‘15 

Alex M. Reinking ‘15  Andrew R. Rexroat ‘15  Joseph Reynolds ‘16  Matthew Reynolds ‘16  Caleb H. Richter ‘14  Jeston L. Riffert ‘15  Mitchell T. Rigamonti ‘18  David C. Riley ‘14  Reed S. Roberts ‘18  Campbell K. Ross ‘18  Andrew Russell ‘16  John R. Rutherford ‘18  Kyle Santry ‘17  John Savage ‘15  Parker Schramm ‘16  Wesley Sentell ‘17  Colton Shearer ‘18  Blaine M. Simmons ‘15  McKenzie S. Smith ‘15  Walker Smith ‘17  Will Smith ‘17  Blake W. Sparks ‘18  Andrew Spivey ‘16  Peter R. Stanley ‘18  Anthony D. Stephenson ‘18  John H. Swingler ‘15  Alex Tassopoulos ‘17  Philip M. Teffeteller ‘18  Reid Thompson ‘17  Garrett Toledo ‘16  Kevin Toth ‘16  Andy Trimble ‘17  Augustine Valega ‘16  Christopher P. Van Slyke ‘90 S. Cole Vehslage ‘16  Alex Wagman ‘16  Connor White ‘16  James Whitehead ‘14  Thomas B. Whitehead ‘18  Peyton Wilson ‘16  Alec J. Woodmansee ‘18  Phil Young ‘17 

THIEL $1,200-$1,900 Paul T. Steffens, Jr. ‘70  $600-$1,199 James R. Locke ‘76  Thomas K. Stempel, M.D. ‘69  $250-$599 Richard D. Huether, Sr. ‘74  $1-$249 Skyler L. Bradley ‘16  Jonathan M. Fennick ‘16  Charles A. Gefrorer, Jr. ‘64  Alexander Green ‘17  Ralph F. Kusserow ‘58 Jordan N. Manson ‘18  Donald F. Munro ‘70 James P. Patterson ‘87 Paul A. Runge ‘70  Dylan K. Stevens ‘16  George A. Summerhill, Jr. ‘59

Yosief Woldegebriel ‘15  Dalton L. Young ‘17  John E. Zawacki ‘71 

TOLEDO $5,000-$9,999 Mark S. Mandula ‘79  $1,200-$1,900 Theodore R. Behnken ‘82  Dr. Ron S. Binder ‘83  $600-$1,199 Dennis G. Herrold ‘63  Randy N. McCullough ‘80 Gerald L. Seizert ‘74  Jared G. Sisley ‘07  $250-$599 William H. Cooper ‘68 Matthew J. Kirlough, D.D.S. ‘92 Leslie P. Lipski ‘73  David W. Mandula ‘86 Harry J. McGovern ‘74  Adam J. Motycka ‘10  $1-$249 Walter G. Barrett ‘64  Robert D. Beat ‘71  Larry B. Beer ‘76 Richard W. Bensman ‘52  Charles W. Harste ‘65 Stephen E. House ‘92 Devon P. Scheible ‘05 Thomas R. Schnell ‘53 Charles H. Seawater ‘53 Dr. Richard A. St. John ‘63  Jerry A. Walz ‘59 James H. Williams ‘64 Alex M. Wisniewski ‘16  Raymond D. Young ‘73

TRINE $1,200-$1,900 Richard L. Hoover ‘71  $1-$249 Ronald L. Flitter ‘70 David A. Gross ‘81  Peter A. Kempf ‘73  Brandon Lockart ‘16  Stephen R. Lund ‘80  Eric M. Pynn ‘99

TRUMAN STATE $1,200-$1,900 Roger R. Festa, Ph.D., Renaissance  Matthew D. Finke ‘04  $600-$1,199 Patrick J. Fontana ‘94  Michael J. Taylor ‘85  $250-$599 Christopher T. Minnis ‘00  $1-$249 Matthew C. Franker ‘01 Matthew A. Strohschein ‘98

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TULANE $1,200-$1,900 Jeffrey G. Schiffman ‘05  Ehren J. Stanhope ‘05  $600-$1,199 Jonathan E. Brouk ‘08  $250-$599 Gregory A. Miller ‘10  $1-$249 John E. Arnoult ‘40 Andrew J. Bisconte ‘02 Brockton B. Bosson ‘03 Matthew I. Seltzer ‘05 Anthony J. Turley, Jr. ‘93

TULSA $1,200-$1,900 Maurice L. Richards, Jr. ‘51  $1-$249 J. Robert Lukeman ‘52 

TYLER JUNIOR $1-$249 Dean A. Dresser ‘87

UCLA $250-$599 James P. Allison ‘91 Christopher A. Rimer ‘90  Robert E. Sheffield, D.D.S. ‘91  $1-$249 Laurence F. Dunn ‘90  Matthew B. Ontell ‘05  Mark D. Weber ‘86

UNC-WILMINGTON $1-$249 Lt. Col. Darren S. Boyd, USMC ‘93 Thomas P. Cooney ‘97

UTAH $250-$599 Jordan H. Crouse ‘98 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  Robert R. Cole, Esq. ‘73 Santiago Coronado ‘75  J. William Gordon ‘67  Elwood I. Lentz, Jr. ‘60 Ralph H. Rhudy ‘62 Sherman M. Steed ‘60 Michael B. Zuhl ‘73 

UTAH STATE $600-$1,199 Dale B. Adams ‘70  Jace W. Cairns ‘13 

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Jordan Carl Hunt ‘13  David A. Osmond ‘06 $250-$599 Gary R. Black ‘63  Richard J. Drake ‘52  Garrett M. Erickson ‘13 Steven G. Jordan ‘80 Trent M. Morrison ‘14 $1-$249 C. Bennett Ainsworth, Jr. ‘49 Joshua B. Cook ‘05 Gary E. Craner ‘65 James D. Davidson ‘82 Lynn R. Davis ‘62 Brian K. Freckleton ‘78 Gerald R. Gibson ‘50 Chris J. Glaittli ‘18  Tylar B. Glenn ‘16  John J. Harvey ‘57 Robert M. Jepson ‘12 Derek A. Kent ‘12 Dr. Robert G. Knudsen ‘61 Bill T. Munns ‘10 Trevor L. Nelson, Renaissance Ian J. Nemelka ‘17  Dustin S. Petersen ‘16 Nickolas K. Robbins ‘05 Zachary E. Volin ‘16  William A. Wilkin ‘63 Benjamin D. Wilson ‘13

VALDOSTA STATE $1-$249 Ronald R. Chitty ‘73

VALPARAISO $1,200-$1,900 Matthew W. Engelhardt ‘91  Troy D. Hanson ‘02  $600-$1,199 Jonathan H. Shanklin ‘08  $250-$599 Dr. Corey B. Schuler ‘02  $1-$249 Bradford J. Brown ‘04 Thomas N. Brunner ‘72 Donald R. Cuming ‘68 Jeffrey R. Dippold ‘79 Daniel P. Eschbach ‘77 William C. Kolzow ‘59  Marshall Miller ‘14  Mark A. Nielsen ‘75 Richard A. Simpson ‘74 Dr. Michael E. Stachniak ‘07 Jason C. Strybis ‘08 Eric E. Swing ‘73 Brian F. White ‘61  Winfield S. Winter ‘75  Geoffrey A. Yates ‘10

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VANDERBILT $600-$1,199 Jason J. McGill ‘08 

VERMONT $600-$1,199 Andrew G. Hughes ‘11  Russell A. Straub ‘86 

VILLANOVA $600-$1,199 Gary H. Bonas, Jr. ‘68  $250-$599 J. Brian Carden ‘82  $1-$249 David A. DePetris ‘87 David L. Gottshall ‘81  Dr. James J. Kelly, Jr. ‘81  Neal D. Muroff ‘87 Sean P. Smith ‘10 John P. Townsend ‘77

VINCENNES $1-$249 Kaineen K. Robinson ‘85 Matt T. Sigsbee ‘90

VIRGINIA $1,200-$1,900 Jonathan J. Kucera ‘69  Brian C. Warren, Jr. ‘04  $1-$249 Warren F. Chauncey ‘56 Richard F. Sterba ‘71 

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH $600-$1,199 Lee W. Stewart ‘10  Sheehan Z. A. Walker ‘11  $250-$599 Richard A. Boe, Jr. ‘10 Michael A. Day ‘79 Jeffrey Hoye ‘86 William F. Via, Jr. ‘74  $1-$249 Joel Antolijao ‘16  Kyle K. Baker, Renaissance Derek J. Becka ‘17  Sanjit Bhatia ‘16  Jack Broadbent ‘16  John E. Budzinski ‘76  Michael D. Cote, II ‘09 Bradley L. Demerick ‘13 Colin L. Dinterman ‘14 Sean Horan ‘16  Hassan Khuram ‘17  John C. Kowalski, Jr. ‘12 Derek A. Moyer ‘16  Paul V. Nanny ‘10 Tin Nguyen-Phan ‘16  Devin A. Pearson ‘12 Cody J. Phillips ‘15 

James W. Poole ‘14 Sina S. Rahini ‘17  Charles A. Schwabe ‘09 Clint T. Yeaman ‘14

Alan M. Zillinger, Renaissance David N. Zimmerman ‘76  Angelo J. Zuniga ‘95

VIRGINIA TECH

$1,200-$1,900 Kevin J. Carnevali ‘95  Stanley G. Freimuth ‘70  Timothy J. Harmon ‘82  $600-$1,199 Jonathan H. Cats ‘08  Richard V. Jackson ‘87  $250-$599 Michael R. Catalano ‘10  Kenneth M. Thompson ‘14  $1-$249 Roy (Skip) Caviezel ‘60  Ryan R. Dusenberry ‘14  Bjorn D. Halvorson ‘14 David M. Handa ‘84  Matthew Huggins ‘14 Jack S. Hupp ‘54  Richard H. Lukens, Jr. ‘54 Drew Meyers ‘05 Brian P. Moran ‘14  Steven R. Ruttner ‘79  Adam L. Sebetich, Jr. ‘17 

$2,500-$4,999 Edward E. Bishop, Jr. ‘74  $600-$1,199 John R. Lawson, II ‘75  $250-$599 E. Wayne Williams, Jr. ‘72  $1-$249 Richard L. Charter, II ‘71 Todd M. Lewers ‘78  David R. Malcolm ‘76

WAKE FOREST $250-$599 David R. Parsons, Jr. ‘71 $1-$249 Charles B. Lassiter ‘70

WASHBURN $1,901-$2,499 Keenan S. Buoy ‘82  $1,200-$1,900 Clayton Funk ‘93  $600-$1,199 Roger H. VanHoozer ‘72  $250-$599 Brian M. Clarke ‘03  Jonathan B. Klima ‘03  Brett A. Misse ‘93  A. Robert Tatera ‘81  Gregory L. Woertz ‘81  $1-$249 Ryan R. Biladeau ‘03 Eric R. Blevins ‘01 Trevor J. Bollinger ‘17  Travis J. Brown ‘08 Brad W. Clark ‘74 Todd D. Elgin ‘83  Gregory L. Franken ‘81  G. Charles Gragg ‘86  Mark L. Guthrie ‘78  William A. Hachmeister, Renaissance  Charles M. Hart ‘77 Christopher D. Howe ‘86  Frank J. Jaksa, III ‘03  Michael L. Johnson ‘78 Thomas G. Lemon ‘90  Richard O. Parrish ‘78  Robert H. Reeder ‘52 Luke F. Schulte ‘04 Scott E. Seitter ‘81 Ronald D. Stauffer ‘78 Bradley C. Taylor ‘92 Chris J. Urban ‘81 Steven C. Vosseller ‘94  Gary J. Warmington ‘81 Mark T. Yager ‘80  John M. Ybarra ‘97

WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON & LEE $1-$249 M. Daniel Becque, Ph.D. ‘76 Samuel D. Gilleran ‘11

WASHINGTON IN ST. LOUIS $1,200-$1,900 Craig S. Kaufman ‘86  $600-$1,199 William G. Tragos ‘56  $1-$249 Stephen K. Burch ‘67  Robert J. Krapfl, D.V.M. ‘90  Richard R. Meckfessel ‘61  Donald W. Paule ‘64  Lawrence B. Plawsky ‘89  Christopher S. Rhodes ‘09

WASHINGTON STATE $5,000-$9,999 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  John A. Sciuchetti ‘87  $250-$599 John E. Jacobs ‘81  Andrew A. Klages ‘78 Clifford A. Webster ‘74  $1-$249 William O. Bayne ‘65

Brothers and friends supporting SigEp through the Sigma Phi Epsilon Education Foundation between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.

Kyle E. Dozier ‘18  Michael T. Harbour ‘07 Blake A. Martens ‘09 Connor R. McCaw ‘17  Shane P. McKee, M.Ed., MA, Renaissance Hallie J. Newton ‘70 Richard P. Small ‘52 Kyle W. Strachila ‘17  Thorne L. Tibbitts ‘59 Donald W. Tomlinson ‘63  Wayne F. Walther ‘67

WEST CHESTER $1,200-$1,900 The Honorable Mitchell G. Crane ‘77  $1-$249 Joseph T. Bucci ‘18  Brady E. Colyer, Renaissance Todd B. Hunt ‘92 Daniel E. Kaufman ‘17  Douglas W. Lauver ‘93  Steven G. Love ‘15  Daniel Marzano ‘88 Ian Mix ‘16  Aaron Rapsinski ‘15  Reggie B. Smith, Jr. ‘17  Casey B. Wernick ‘09

WEST VIRGINIA $1,200-$1,900 Raymond P. Clarke ‘84  George J. Koperna, Jr. ‘91  $1-$249 Patrick J. Clarke ‘17  Nicholas S. Fazio ‘17  Daniel P. Flynn ‘01  Dr. Avery F. Gaskins ‘53  Ralph P. Glover, Jr. ‘62 Channing Hall ‘17  Richard J. Licata, III ‘18  William F. Lichte ‘53  Dan Parke ‘15  P. Michael Schreiber ‘83 Adam M. Secret ‘16  William R. Seymour ‘53  David A. Silverstein ‘89 George L. Smith, II ‘17  Chad D. Thompson ‘15  Andrew R. Weers ‘18  Jaryd Wolak ‘17 

WEST VIRGINIA TECH $250-$599 Cary J. Hancock ‘83  Edward J. Walsh ‘69  $1-$249 Diego F.F. Gutierrez ‘83 William F. Haight ‘69 Kerry A. Tompkins ‘70

WESTERN CAROLINA $1,901-$2,499 John E. Davis ‘87  $600-$1,199 Robert L. Buchanan ‘96  H. Justin Pace ‘04  Christopher G. Wilson ‘94  $250-$599 Bobby W. High ‘96 $1-$249 Joseph W. Adcock ‘88 Steven J. Almasy ‘88 William P. Anderson ‘86 David T. Boykin ‘88 Garrett M. Bush ‘03 Matthew E. Carpenter ‘08 Allen M. Davis, Jr. ‘94 David L. Hill ‘91 Jonathan B. Kehler ‘08 Mark S. Meeks ‘92

George L. Maciak ‘16  John R. McKinley ‘69 Craig S. Mengel ‘73 Robert L. Ogur ‘61  Steven R. Oliver ‘08 Richard A. Pressley ‘59 Edward L. Rogers ‘60 Bruce J. Ruttenberg ‘89 Daniel J. Schrock ‘63  James Scigliano ‘89  John H. Shaw ‘88  Connor K. Smith ‘16  Turner J. Solterman ‘17  Timothy E. Teagan ‘63 Michael T. Tomlanovich ‘94  Charles N. White, Jr. ‘62  Thomas A. Wilson ‘64  Charles G. Yoder, Jr. ‘56

WESTMINSTER

$250-$599 T. Ryan James ‘93  $1-$249 James A. Braden ‘70 Huie C. Brizendine, III ‘74 David L. Miller ‘15  Craig M. Sutter ‘96 D. Alan Vaughan ‘81 

$600-$1,199 Alex K. Scull ‘12  $250-$599 Douglas D. Nosik ‘69  $1-$249 Regino Flores ‘17  Austin N. Fuller ‘16  Zach Johns ‘16  Ethan Rodemayer ‘16  Shane Wilson ‘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  Lucas A. Freudenburg ‘05  Kelly L. Mankin ‘82  $600-$1,199 James R. Bernard ‘60  Christopher G. Miller ‘14  John A. Schuyler ‘00  $250-$599 Steven W. Minor ‘71  Joseph W. Tomlinson ‘66  $1-$249 Colonel Robert C. Barrett, Ret. ‘57 Charles E. Beauchamp, Jr. ‘66 David L. Beiser ‘59  Norman H. Brunner ‘58 James M. Eger ‘59  Richard B. Forde ‘58 Matthew P. Gessler ‘92 Donald R. Goffinet ‘60 Zachary D. Gordon ‘98  John R. Gray ‘63 Robert L. Harner ‘54 Robert L. Kent ‘65 Jerry W. Kerr ‘66  Dr. John R. Lanesky, Jr. ‘66 David J. Lyon ‘57

$5,000-$9,999 Denis H. Dieker, Jr. ‘77  $1,200-$1,900 Jeffrey C. Gates ‘89  $600-$1,199 Andrew D. King ‘01  Trent A. Patterson ‘10  $250-$599 Daniel A. Greef ‘72  Michael E. Groat ‘02  Jason L. Rose ‘01  Bryan R. Spies ‘78 $1-$249 Alan J. Bontrager ‘75 Donald R. Brinkman ‘80  James R. Collier ‘62  Matthew J. Geyer ‘06  Nels W. Hoadley ‘79  Cale J. Janner ‘09 Robert J. Kerr ‘75  Jarod A. Lake ‘18  Andrew E. Maul ‘92 Edward R. Miller ‘68  William H. Miller, Jr. ‘68  Dr. John R. Morton ‘66  Keegan D. Myers ‘18  Charles P. Northcutt ‘81 Joshua W. Oeding ‘99  Joe B. Poston ‘73  Christopher S. Purdum ‘07  Paul M. Rehm ‘17 


C. Thomas Snyder ‘62  The Honorable Scott W. Stucky ‘70  Garrett L. Taylor ‘16  Robert W. Thurman ‘75  James M. Ubert ‘92 A. Wyatt Vieux ‘17  Dale D. Wagner ‘71  Bruce W. Walton ‘62  Bruce A. Ward ‘72  Clyde D. Zernickow ‘68

WILLIAM & MARY $1-$249 Dr. Richard R. Babcock, Jr. ‘67  Henry K. Benson, III ‘62  Charles A. Bish ‘74 David M. Braun ‘87 Thornton G. Burnette ‘85 David Y. Cooke ‘68 Jack C. Donahue ‘17  Thomas M. Ford, Jr. ‘66 Mark D. Onley ‘16  Jacob M. Seefeldt ‘18  Dr. Samuel C. Smart ‘67 David H. Tikkala ‘80 

WISCONSIN $10,000-$24,999 Jere D. Fluno ‘63  $2,500-$4,999 Kevin J. Koerner ‘84  $1,200-$1,900 James E. Byrns ‘48  Wallace C. Doud ‘48  Troy E. Vosseller ‘06  $600-$1,199 Lucas K. Behnke ‘04  Rohit Burju ‘05  Kendall R. Garrison ‘06  Nathan A. Lampi ‘03  Dr. Philip E. Stieg ‘74  $250-$599 Robert N. Beyer ‘03 Gary L. Bezella ‘59  Michael D. Boyer ‘94  Brian J. Burke ‘07 Brian P. Bye ‘04  Richard B. Epstein ‘93 Ted R. Habermann ‘80  Nicholas M. Isabella ‘03  Christopher Larus ‘88  Peter M. Rago ‘08  Ryan J. Relich ‘04  Brett J. Schleis ‘98  Ryan M. Sugden ‘06 Micah J. Vegter ‘04  $1-$249 Craig M. Belisle ‘12 Trent J. Benishek ‘07  Jason R. Boatman ‘08 David G. Borkowski ‘98 Samuel D. Dechtman ‘14 Eric R. Dueholm ‘94

Austin W. Frahm ‘14 Paul C. Gard ‘64 Gregory S. Gossard ‘01 Matthew J. Groth ‘09  Marlen J. Hoesly ‘59  James L. Hopp ‘61  Thomas R. Hughes ‘66 Kevin D. Hurth ‘08 Kurt H. Krahn ‘52  J. Michael Martyn ‘62 Jeffrey S. Mayer ‘07  Thomas N. Neuberger ‘66  J. Burton Pierce ‘50 David S. Poniewaz ‘98 Gordon R. Putz ‘66 Justin J. Rezac ‘99 Paul D. Scharping ‘83  Robert M. Thomas ‘66 Walker D. Van Dixhorn ‘14 Robert E. Wangard ‘63 Charles A. Zahn ‘54

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

WISCONSIN-PLATTEVILLE $1,901-$2,499 Nicholas A. Wagner ‘06  $1,200-$1,900 Daniel J. Determan ‘04  Brett A. Gough ‘03  Brad D. Polzar ‘07  Matthew W. Sides ‘02  $1-$249 John P. Aspinwall ‘05  Leonard A. Ballosh, IV ‘17  Jonathan Bechler ‘12 Jason Bednarski ‘16  Joseph K. Beisbier ‘18  Grzegorz P. Bielak ‘14  Thomas J. Bruckner ‘18  Mitchel Burkholder ‘17  Evan W. Cain ‘18  Abel Chinos ‘17  Timothy Cornelisen ‘16  Derek J. Dachelet ‘98 Carson Doney ‘17  Jason S. Foster ‘15  David E. Frieden ‘15  Jacob E. Fullmer ‘13  Brian K. Gilbank ‘15  Jason T. Goetsch ‘11 David M. Hernandez ‘18  Jesus Hernandez ‘17  Mark W. Holada ‘18  Taylor R. Keesler ‘15  Samuel Kimpan ‘16  Bryan W. Kirschbaum ‘11 Jeremy A. Lampe ‘18  Thomas R. McCormick ‘18  Kenneth R. McHone ‘06 

Joshua Meyer ‘16  William Michels ‘16  Dylan R. Miller ‘14  Ethan A. Parr ‘12 Joseph B. Peterson ‘13 Aaron M. Pliska ‘18  1st. Lt. Christian SanchezAlcantar ‘16  Ryan Schauff ‘16  Daniel Shircel ‘16  Benjamin R. Siegman ‘14  Joseph T. Sigwarth ‘16  Michael A. Sivill ‘15  Nick Skala ‘17  Darshan J. Solanki ‘18  Ryan Sollberger ‘16  Jonathon Starnitcky ‘17  Collin M. Thole ‘16  Logan Thole ‘16  Callum D. Toal ‘18  Lucas R. VanEgtern ‘15  Alexander Wynveen ‘16  Mitchell A. Yenter ‘19 

Cody Butz ‘17  Gavin Doll ‘17  Cameron T. Moon ‘18  Drew A. Ratzel ‘17  Tyler Rose ‘17  Tyler Shaw ‘16 Steven M. Spohn ‘80  Dylan R. Steinke ‘17  Vinicius M. Vargas ‘13

WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT

$600-$1,199 Dr. Gary E. Jones ‘62  $1-$249 Robert E. Berquist ‘70 James A. Colantino ‘74  Bruce A. Goff ‘71 John A. Hawkins ‘60 Gary G. Homan ‘62 James M. McGinn, III ‘68 Robert A. Pavalko, II ‘02 Paul R. Sevenich ‘60  David J. Taylor ‘77  Dr. Eugene F. Trell ‘58 Dr. John F. Uslick ‘61 Donald J. Yavorsky ‘86

$600-$1,199 Barry A. Norem ‘68  $1-$249 Gerald E. Finch ‘66 Gene R. Splinter ‘67

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

WPI $1,200-$1,900 Jonathan D. Shoemaker ‘09  $600-$1,199 Daniel P. Sullivan ‘12  $1-$249 Earl M. Bloom, Jr. ‘55 Robert M. Buck ‘45 David L. Nickerson ‘54 Thomas M. Pantages ‘61 Richard G. Perreault ‘68  Cornelius W. Spellman, Renaissance Alden F. Tucker ‘52  George P. Vittas, PE ‘63 Gregory P. Yekhtikian ‘80

WRIGHT STATE $600-$1,199 Joshua D. Baker ‘10  $250-$599 Dr. Jeffrey C. Bauer ‘88  $1-$249 Noah Brouillard ‘17  Justin W. Bueno ‘17  Granger H. Butler ‘78 Mark J. Butler ‘16 

WYOMING $1,901-$2,499 Keith L. Sapp ‘03  $1-$249 George Q. Bower ‘52 Andrew P. Hauser ‘12

YALE $1-$249 Dr. Douglas A. Berv, Renaissance Matthew B. Eisen ‘10 Jacob V. O. Mullins ‘05

YOUNGSTOWN STATE

FRIENDS OF SIGEP $10,000-$24,999 Larry E. Soice  $5,000-$9,999 Cal C. Majure ‘08  $2,500-$4,999 Gayda M. Patterson  $1,901-$2,499 Frank E. Rutherford  $1,200-$1,900 Lawrence L. Biacchi  Dare Pugh Estok  $600-$1,199 Matthew Barton ‘21  Michael Levin  Dorothy Mackie  Teddi I. Robeson  Mary Beth Tyler  Dr. Carolyn Whittier  Gay Williams $250-$599 Nora Astafan Ursula Carbone Laura M. Clark

Matthew Deeg Andrew Derrow Armando Hinojos  Edward E. Kirklin  Andrea & George Miller Nicholas Ottenwess Robert & Ligia Strauss $1-$249 Allison Ackerman Peter Aquinde Edward Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Sean C. Bennett ‘97 Diane Bollard Jan Brammer Leah Brennan Bobby D. Butler Lauren Campbell Laura Emily Cotter Alyson Coutts Debbie Cox Laura Curzi Haylee Donovan William C. Folk Robert Frahm Jerry T. Gallagher Meghan Grace Scott Greb Jenn Harter David Heinlein Eustolio Huerta Debbie H. Hunt Chuck Jarrett Donna B. Jarvis Rob Jech Julian Jelke  Parker Jelke  Deann Jenkins Kathy Johnston Evan Jurovcik Nancy C. Kellogg Timothy Kennelly Meredith Klepper Dodge Lauren Betty LeDoux Thomas & Candy Link Otto Lopez Emily Lowry Jill Martin John & Rachel Mason Logan Massey Michael Matuch William McLaughlin  Todd Mc Padden Julie Mona Denise Holmes & Michael Moore Eddie & Susan Moss Melia H. Motley Rebecca Musarra Kathleen Nastri Stacy D. Nicodemus Gregory Obrien Brent Perdue Joel & Cindy Peskin Edward Ramsey

Cassandra Ratti Kristen Reid Amy P. Richer Julie W. Ross Jonathan Sandvik Mindi Seidel Barbara Shanahan  Tom & Carol Slager Manfred Smith Julia Spackman Ronald Spiegel Mr. and Mrs. Austin D. Street Richard & Karin Van Doren Alyssa Walker William Wendling Susan L. Williams Chris Wright Kathleen J. Young 

$1,901-$2,499 Moravian College  $1,200-$1,900 Andrews McMeel Universal  $600-$1,199 Hamilton Construction  Massachusetts Gamma AVC  $250-$599 Blackbaud Inc Digital Pix Composites Indiana Gamma AVC Kansas Eta AVC  Moore, O’Brien, Yelenak & Foti Virginia Alpha AVC $1-$249 Acupedics Acupuncture Group AmazonSmile Foundation Association Reserves

“SigEp easily provides the finest leadership training for young men on college campuses today. I find this a worthy endeavor because it is greatly needed in our world today. Programs like EDGE, Carlson Leadership Academy and Life After College expand the worldview and grow important qualities in college men that they may not have otherwise received.” – Alex Scull, Westminster ’12

AVCS AND CORPORATIONS $25,000-$49,999 Washington Alpha AVC  $10,000-$24,999 Oregon Alpha AVC  $5,000-$9,999 Florida Omicron AVC  Wingate Management Limited, IV, LLC  SS Sportservice  Texas Delta AVC  $2,500-$4,999 California Delta AVC  Oklahoma Beta  Pennsylvania Nu AVC  Virginia Iota AVC 

Orange County, LLC Connecticut Epsilon AVC Hewlett Packard Law Office of Barry J Sinoway, LLC Michigan Theta AVC North Dakota Alpha AVC Pat’s Pool Service, Inc. Pools By You, Inc. PPI Industrial Corp. Texas Eta AVC

YOUR SUPPORT

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LEADERSHIP

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, business and finance.

Grand President Richard W. Bennet III

Grand Treasurer Christopher L. Bittman

Grand Secretary Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D.

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

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

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

Garry C. Kief

Billy D. Maddalon

Daniel W. McVeigh

Bradley C. Nahrstadt

Southern California ‘70 President and CEO, Stiletto Entertainment

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

Georgia Renaissance Vice President for Student Affairs, University of Georgia

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


EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES

SIGEP NATIONAL HOUSING BOARD

Trustees are appointed by the National Board to provide financial and legal oversight of our Educational Foundation’s assets. Representing the fields of higher education, 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.

As industry experts, SENH Directors administer the Fraternity’s housing loan program and support 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.

President Edward H. Hammond, Ph.D.

Treasurer Norman E. Nabhan

Secretary Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D.

President Kenneth S. Maddox

Vice President Arthur J. (AJ) Siccardi Jr.

Secretary/Treasurer Brian C. Warren Jr.

Emporia State ‘66 President Emeritus and Professor of Education, Fort Hays State University

Purdue ‘71 Managing Director, Graystone Consulting

Murray State ‘70 First Chair of Excellence Professor in Accountancy, Tennessee State University, Nashville

Oregon State ‘75 Business Manager, Hamilton Construction Company

Florida ‘98 Vice President of Supply & Distribution, RaceTrac Petroleum

Virginia ‘04 CEO, Sigma Phi Epsilon

Indiana ‘57 President, The Key Corporation

Gary E. Griffith

Michael C. Williams

Kenneth G. Christianson

Timothy J. Harmon

Christopher M. McCaw

Patrick T. Murphy

Texas-Austin ‘70 President, Today Foundation

Memphis ‘69 Retired Attorney, Evans Petree PC

Washington State ‘74 President/Owner, Chrishaven Trees

Washington ‘82 President, Harmon Construction Company

Appalachian State ‘03 Director, Supply Chain Services, Premier, Inc

Northeastern ‘10 Regional Supply Manager, RaceTrac Petroleum

Jerry A. Smith

John D. Weir

Stephen L. Young

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

Clark H. Byrum

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WAYS TO GIVE

ONLINE

HONOR AND MEMORIAL GIFTS

sigep.org/give.

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 your life. Our

You can make online gifts quickly and securely with a credit or debit card at

RECURRING GIFTS

You can ensure that your record of generous giving continues uninterrupted by establishing a recurring gift. Many of SigEp’s most loyal donors set up monthly,

ENDOWMENTS AND NAMED GIFTS

You can mail a check, cash or credit card gift to the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation at 310 South Boulevard, Richmond, Va. 23220.

Named gifts allow donors to make a leadership level impact on the lives of our brothers, while endowed funds ensure that impact continues in perpetuity. Donors can establish endowments and named gifts for specific use such as chapter programs, leadership events, scholarships, faculty fellows or study abroad. The Foundation works with each donor to prepare guidelines for the administration of endowed and named funds.

STOCKS

PLANNED GIFTS

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

CASH OR CHECK

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

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Headquarters staff will inform honorees (or living relatives) of your generosity.

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Planned gifts allow you to leave a legacy by making a gift for the future that costs you nothing today. You can make a bequest or gift through your estate by including a provision in your will or living trust, or by naming the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy. Donors with documented planned gifts on file with our Educational Foundation are honored through the Legacy Society.

BY PHONE

For more information or help making your gift, please contact our Headquarters staff at 804.353.1901.


CONTACT US

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. 310 South Boulevard, Richmond, Va. 23220

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

brian.warren@sigep.net | 804.823.9341

FRATERNITY OPERATIONS Seth D. Irby Louisiana State ‘11 Managing Director

seth.irby@sigep.net | 804.286.0415

FINANCE Julie W. Ross, CPA Finance Director

julie.ross@sigep.net | 804.823.9354

Jenn Harter Foundation Accountant

jenn.harter@sigep.net | 804.548.4531

PROGRAMS AND EVENTS Stacy Nicodemus, CMP Programs and Events Director

Lee Stewart Virginia Commonwealth ‘10 Associate Director of Advancement

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

Nicolaus J. Collins San Diego ‘14 Advancement Officer

stacy.nicodemus@sigep.net | 804.510.0014

archie.messersmith@sigep.net | 804.286.2853

FUNDRAISING AND ADVANCEMENT Matthew S. Parrish Georgia ‘08 Director of Advancement matt.parrish@sigep.net | 804.510.0032

Jacob K. Bredstrand Washington State ‘11 Associate Director of Advancement

jake.bredstrand@sigep.net | 804.823.9520

lee.stewart@sigep.net | 804.823.9476

nick.collins@sigep.net | 804.823.9493

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.

Emily Lowry Donor Relations Manager

emily.lowry@sigep.net | 804.286.2787

HOUSING Daniel P. Sullivan WPI ‘12 SENH Managing Director

daniel.sullivan@sigep.net | 804.823.9479

For a full list of HQ staff members, visit sigep.org/staff

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