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ANNUAL REPORT 2014


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FROM THE GRAND PRESIDENT

Letter from Phillip A. Cox

BY THE NUMBERS A summary of your giving

YOUR IMPACT

Chapter programs, leadership events and scholarships supported by you

REPORT CARD

Chapter participation in SigEp programs, leadership event attendance and performance

HOOP OF STEEL SOCIETY

Recognizing undergraduate donors

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LEGACY SOCIETY

Recognizing our estate donors

2014 DONOR LIST

Recognizing all of our 2014 donors by chapter

LEADERSHIP

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

WAYS TO GIVE CONTACT US

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

Recognizing annual leadership donors to SigEp

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FROM THE GRAND PRESIDENT

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eeing my son return to the Chapel Hill campus and North Carolina Delta this fall, I couldn’t help but reflect on how different college is today than when I was in school 30 years ago. Courses are taught online, freshman dorms rival corporate housing in their amenities, and the pressures and challenges students face in a hyper-connected, global community would have been completely foreign to any of my Indiana chapter brothers in 1984. Yet, much has stayed the same. Students and their campuses still need leadership, and they still need SigEp … perhaps now more than ever. Your support ensures SigEp’s continued role as a critical and valued partner in higher education. Because of you, the 2014 fiscal year was one of significant progress and unprecedented success, and I’m excited to share with you our 2014 Annual Report. By the end of the 2013-2014 school year, SigEp was supporting the growth and development of 15,286 men—making us the largest national fraternity. Our continued success and relevance among college males is driven by our brand-defining Balanced Man Program. Undergraduates spend 90 percent of college outside of a classroom, and the Balanced Man Program helps brothers use that time to develop skills and experiences they need to succeed in college and beyond. Our brothers are Rhodes and Marshall Scholars, varsity athletes, and student body presidents. Collectively, they achieved the highest GPA in our Fraternity’s history last year with a 3.14. We have continued to invest in volunteers and university partnerships. Last year, 149 SigEp faculty fellows made academic support a central piece of the chapter experience, and a new property management service was developed to allow volunteers to shift their focus from addressing housing issues to mentoring our undergraduates. Last year also saw the accreditation of two new Residential Learning Communities, bringing our total to 48, and we expect to see further growth in the coming semesters. Our nationally acclaimed series of leadership events continued to give brothers the chance to develop the leadership and life skills they need to make a difference in their chapters, campuses and communities. Enrollment in our leadership events reached an all-time high of 7,911 in the 2013-2014 school year, giving more students access to leadership programs than any other fraternity.

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Preparing our brothers to succeed upon graduation has become a major focus for SigEp. Our newest leadership event, Life After College, has touched the lives of 658 men since it first launched in 2013, and career preparedness education was added to Carlson Leadership Academies, Conclave and EDGE last year. None of this would have been possible without your support. Undergraduate success is the product of a better SigEp experience, and we’ve been able to make these strides because you stood with us last year. In our 2014 fiscal year, brothers and friends gave 2.5 million dollars in support of SigEp. 1,011,587 of those dollars came in the form of unrestricted gifts critical to supporting the chapter programs, leadership events and scholarships that give SigEp our competitive edge—an 8 percent growth in giving since last year. We also welcomed 496 new brothers and friends to our donor family. Since Conclave, our Educational Foundation’s Board of Trustees has focused their efforts on providing outstanding fiduciary oversight of Foundation assets. Under the leadership of President Dr. Edward Hammond, Emporia State ‘66, our Trustees have worked tirelessly to ensure that Foundation practices exceed industry standards and your expectations as a donor. Hammond, President Emeritus of Fort Hays State University and the longest-serving college leader in the Kansas regents system, brings 48 years of experience to an already talented board. Under their guidance, our endowed funds grew by 15 percent in 2014 to reach 12.96 million by June 30, 2014. This year has given us so much to celebrate. It has also reminded us that we have work ahead. Undergraduate fees still provide funding for 80 percent of the SigEp experience—a dependence that limits the reach of our programs, events and scholarships each year. I am confident that with your continued support we will soon be able to give every deserving brother access to the best SigEp experience. Thank you for believing in SigEp. Your support makes our Fraternity the most empowering and transformative part of college for our brothers. Fraternally, Phillip A. Cox Grand President


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BY THE NUMBERS

2014 FUNDRAISING SUMMARY TOTAL GIVING

CASH AND STOCK

2,180,460

$

2014 GIVING BY FUNDS

ANNUAL FUND AND LEADERSHIP EVENT GIFTS $1,011,587 1,954 DONORS

ESTATE GIFTS

292,186

$

CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS

108,349

$

2,707

$

DONOR SUMMARY chapter AND NAMED SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS $466,157 655 DONORS RESIDENTIAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES $1,105,958 329 DONORS

BOARDS AND STAFF* $160,065 58 DONORS

ALUMNI $2,230,334 2,327 DONORS

FRIENDS OF SIGEP $137,899 98 DONORS

UNDERGRADUATES $12,735 282 DONORS

AVCs AND PRIVATE CORPORATIONS $42,669 26 DONORS

*Includes Fraternity, Foundation and SigEp National Housing Boards.

ENDOWMENT GROWTH

SigEp Endowment: $12,962,680** 2014 gains and dividends: $1,728,721 **As of June 30, 2014.

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IN-KIND GIFTS


2014 FUND ALLOCATION

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225,821

358,882

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LEADERSHIP Grant*

Residential Learning Community Grants**

CHAPTER AND NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS

2014

*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.

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GRADE POINT AVERAGE

LEADERSHIP EVENT ATTENDANCE

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YOUR IMPACT

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oday, 90 percent of the college experience takes place outside the walls of a classroom, and SigEp has the ability to forever change the lives of those who spend that 90 percent with us. With your support, we are able to do more each year, to innovate and to serve as a valued partner in higher education. Our brothers enjoy an experience defined by chapter programs that support their daily growth, leadership events that equip them with the skills they need to lead their chapters and communities, and scholarships that keep academic success at the forefront of their minds.

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THE BALANCED MAN PROGRAM Throughout my years in college, I know I have been made better as a result of the Balanced Man Program and Sigma Phi Epsilon. At first, I didn’t want to go Greek, but then I realized that SigEp was different, and its core values were essentially an extension of those on which I was raised. The Balanced Man Program promoted those values through its principles of equal rights and responsibilities for every member and its focus on being excellent physically and intellectually. As a result, I feel more prepared to take on life after college.” —Will Menas, Alabama ‘15

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Some of the most important lessons from college are learned outside of a classroom. Ninety percent of college takes place outside of classroom walls. It’s in this part of the college experience—the unplanned, unstructured hours—that students discover their passions and plan for their futures. For our brothers, much of this time is spent with their chapters—it’s where they learn how to communicate and work with others, to lead and speak in front of a crowd. The Balanced Man Program is the centerpiece of their SigEp chapter experience. The program is designed to provide the structure, support and guidance that is typically lacking in college. Alumni-volunteers, faculty and mentors provide personal and professional guidance through a program focused on scholarship, leadership and life skills. The refinement of these crucial skills helps our brothers succeed upon graduation and prepares them to achieve balance in every aspect of their lives.

THE BALANCED MAN PROGRAM LEADS TO CONTINUED SUCCESS FOR SIGEP

15,286 MEMBERS

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AVERAGE CHAPTER SIZE

3.14 GPA

Fraternities follow in SigEp’s footsteps (1993) Sigma Phi Epsilon officially adopts the Balanced Man Program

1990 (1998) Beta Theta Pi adopts the Men of Principle Initiative

(2007) LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ADOPTS TRUE BROTHER INITIATIVE

(2010) PHI DELTA THETA ADOPTS PHIDELT 2010

(2007) TAU KAPPA EPSILON ADOPTS THE BLUEPRINT

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(2008) DELTA TAU DELTA ADOPTS THE ROAD: THE JOURNEY TO EXCELLENCE (2008) SIGMA NU ADOPTS THE PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE PROGRAM

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(2014) SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON ADOPTS THE TRUE GENTLEMAN EXPERIENCE

2020

(2014) PI KAPPA ALPHA ADOPTS THE TRUE PIKE EXPERIENCE

To learn more, visit sigep.org/bmp

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residential learning communities SigEp’s Residential Learning Community

program expands upon traditional residential college models from Oxford and Cambridge to provide brothers with a living-learning environment where they are surrounded by high-achieving peers and university faculty. Faculty fellows and graduate students serving as resident scholars teach classes, host office hours and facilitate discussions, all within the chapter’s home. Brothers at RLC chapters have higher grades, are more engaged in campus activities, and are more likely to spend their time outside of the classroom developing life skills they need to succeed after graduation. Today, 48 chapters are accredited through a rigorous RLC application process, but the elements of this program can be found at any SigEp chapter. Gifts from alumni and friends support the four core areas of these living-learning communities: consistently productive Balanced Man Program experiences, university partnerships supported by faculty fellows, strong networks of volunteer support, and physical environments conducive to academic success.

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While the house is the heart of our RLC program, brothers have fostered an environment of living and learning that extends beyond the house. Being surrounded by positive undergraduate and alumni role models has helped me learn key lessons about time and stress management, communication, decision-making and other life skills.” —Sam Schroeder, Cincinnati ‘17


3.25 GPA*

*Average RLC GPA in fall 2013, compared to all member GPA of 3.14 for same semester

149

FACULTY FELLOWS

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RESIDENT SCHOLARS

The Residential Learning Community program truly sets SigEp apart. Over the past four years, I have been impressed time and again with how undergraduate members take advantage of the unique space to excel academically, socially and developmentally. They emerge from this program not only as accomplished students and scholars, but as future leaders and confident, balanced young men. Working with the exceptional men of SigEp has been very personally rewarding. � —Christine Probett, San Diego State Faculty Fellow

To learn more, visit sigep.org/rlc

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VOLUNTEERS I had the opportunity to meet so many highly talented and experienced volunteers from chapters in our region. Hearing them readily share both their successes and shortcomings was invaluable as a new volunteer. I left invigorated to improve my chapter’s AVC, and all of the advice I received that weekend has helped us immensely. We have since created a new LinkedIn group to connect with brothers around the country and plan on starting a mentoring program between undergraduates and alumni, an idea I got from Carlson.” —Dylan Heart, St. Mary’s ‘12

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161

VOLUNTEERS EDUCATED AT CARLSON

VOLUNTEERS EDUCATED AT CONCLAVE

Volunteers serving at the local, regional and national levels are a huge part of SigEp’s success. Many of SigEp’s volunteers are alumni who stay involved to give back. Others are members of the university’s faculty and staff as well as parents and community leaders who volunteer because they believe in SigEp’s ideals and want to make an impact on the lives of undergraduate men. Their involvement means that our brothers are supported by strong mentors and role models. Each year, volunteers have opportunities to hone their skills and connect with peers and mentors at SigEp’s leadership events. In our 2014 fiscal year, Carlson Leadership Academies and the Grand Chapter Conclave offered expanded opportunities for volunteer education.

To learn more, visit sigep.org/volunteers

VOLUNTEERS

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EDGE EDGE IS WHERE I saw the kind of family I had chosen to belong to for the rest of my life. The second I met the first brother from a different chapter, I realized I was a part of something bigger. I discovered teamwork, character building, trust and the true essence of Virtue, Diligence and Brotherly Love. More importantly, I discovered that I will always have someone to catch me if I fall.” —Parker Maddox, Virginia Commonwealth ‘17

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At EDGE, SigEp’s newest members learn how to make the most of their college years.

Gifts to SigEp’s Annual Fund make EDGE possible, and recent giving has resulted in 17 new programs this year. A total of 53 EDGE programs gave 3,822 of our new brothers the chance to attend their first leadership event – over 500 more than last year.

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During this high-energy overnight program, members participate in teambuilding activities, physical challenges and small group discussions to build greater self-awareness and establish personal goals. Participants learn how to challenge themselves and those around them, make healthy life choices, lead with values and purpose, and live SigEp’s Ritual. EDGE also teaches new members about personal branding and how to interact with alumni who can provide professional mentoring. Brothers return home with a blueprint for success in college and the skills they need to overcome obstacles along the way.

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EDGE HELPS 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

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CARLSON LEADERSHIP ACADEMY I LOVE CARLSON BECAUSE it’s not what you get in a typical classroom. It’s full of higher level questions and concepts that help us really think strategically about how to improve our chapters. Leaving Carlson, the main thing I was really looking forward to was jumping into oneon-one meetings with the rest of my executive board to get everyone as excited as I was.” —Christopher John, Ohio State ‘16

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Carlson Leadership Academies continued to offer more brothers an opportunity to develop their leadership skills in 2014. Contributing to the growing demand for this program are aspiring chapter officers who seek out the leadership education offered at these academies. Chapters that send both current officers and rising leaders have easier transitions and greater leadership ability to draw from.

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More brothers find leadership through Carlson

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Carlson Leadership Academies provided hands-on leadership training to 2,701 undergraduates and volunteers this year. New officers, volunteers and rising chapter leaders gathered in five cities across the country for training in team development, goal setting and officer roles. Recent additions to this program include tracks focused on helping chapters implement the Balanced Man Program and recruitment best practices. This year’s Carlsons also added a session on how chapter officers can develop habits and experiences that translate to the workplace. These 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.

2,701 Total 2014 Carlson enrollmenT

1,014 NUMBER OF NON EXECUTIVE OFFICERS ENROLLED IN 2014 CARLSONS

To learn more, visit sigep.org/carlson

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RUCK LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

I realize now that without Ruck I would NOT have understood so many things about who I am as a leader, what I am capable of as a leader and what my place can be in my chapter and in the world. The Ruck Leadership Institute has inspired me ... it has relit the fire within me to go back and make the changes that not only impact my local chapter, but impact the Grand Chapter and the world today.” —Carlos Romero, South Florida ‘15

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The Fraternity’s best and brightest gather each summer for an intense, five-day program on personal leadership. Brothers examine their leadership styles and are encouraged to explore their true potential. Prominent alumni serve as faculty and guide Ruck scholars through competitive challenges and lessons in leadership, based on the world-renowned book, The Leadership Challenge, co-authored by Brother Barry Posner, California Santa-Barbara ’70. Ruck teaches the few to impact the many, and brothers return home with the skills and confidence to make a difference in their chapter, campus and community.

More brothers seek out Ruck leadership institute each year.

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Competition for entry into the program is fierce, with more brothers applying each year. This year 688 applicants applied for 160 spots.

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To learn more, visit sigep.org/ruck

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LIFE AFTER COLLEGE Securing a dream job right out of college is no easy task, but SigEp is giving our brothers the power to take control of their post-collegiate lives. Life After College is a two-day leadership event designed to give SigEp undergraduates the life skills and career insights they need for post-collegiate success. Alumni, volunteers, local business leaders and human resource professionals lead group coaching and one-on-one mentoring sessions. The weekend wraps up with a SigEpexclusive career fair where brothers have the chance to put all of their networking skills into action, learn about specific industries and company cultures, and meet with potential employers.

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SigEp making a difference

UNDERGRADUATE BROTHERS HAVE PARTICIPATED IN INAUGURAL LIFE AFTER COLLEGE PROGRAMS SINCE 2013

98% OF GRADUATING SENIORS SURVEYED FEEL SIGEP HAS BEEN INFLUENTIAL IN PREPARING THEM FOR LIFE AFTER COLLEGE.*

Bentley University National Study**

CNN Money

USA TODAY

• Millennials

• Nearly

• 53.6% of bachelor’s degree holders under the age of 25 were jobless or underemployed in 2012.

are expected to make up the largest work force in the U.S. History.

• 61%

of business decisionmakers give colleges and universities a “C” or lower on preparing recent college grads for their first jobs.

half of recent grads are making less than $25,000 per year.

• Nearly

80% are facing at least $10,000 in loans.

*2014 national survey of graduating seniors. **Prepared-U-Project

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For me, Life After College was one of those moments IN COLLEGE when you know that what you’re learning NOW will be directly applicable to your future success. I found that the interview portion of the program was especially helpful when I started interviewing for jobs. Successful alumni and SigEp staff grilled participants with questions and then offered advice on how to improve. This experience proved invaluable when I was sitting across the table from potential employers. I have no doubt that the knowledge and skills gained from Life After College are the reasons I was able to secure a job as a management consultant for an energy company in Houston, Texas.” —Nathan Irby, Louisiana State ‘14

To learn more, visit sigep.org/lac

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grand chapter conclave CONCLAVE SHOWED ME JUST WHAT IT IS THAT MAKES OUR FRATERNITY SO GREAT. As I

witnessed the presentation of the Honor of Philias, and later applauded recipients of the Order of the Golden Heart, I realized that the brotherly love in this Fraternity can go so much deeper and further than I had ever imagined. Throughout those events, I felt like I had witnessed the true meaning of Sigma Phi Epsilon.”

—Christopher Baccash, Drexel ‘15

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Since 1903, brothers from every chapter and from every corner of the world have gathered to honor the past, celebrate the present and plan for the future through this biennial gathering. The 53rd Grand Chapter Conclave in Dallas, Texas was host to more than 1,400 attendees and gave undergraduates an opportunity to put their leadership skills into practice. Policy was set, national leaders were elected, and new skills were developed. Conclave also offered undergraduates an expanded educational curriculum including recruitment workshops, lessons on leadership and professional development programming.

SigEp places significant voting power in the hands of our undergraduate brothers. At our 53rd Conclave, delegates adopted several BIG changes that will make a lasting impact on the Fraternity. The following are some of the most significant and memorable pieces of legislation.

Expanding the quality and reach of programs. More undergraduates learn essential life skills from SigEp than ever before, but a lack of funding restricts access to Fraternity programs for thousands of brothers each year. To expand the quality and reach of these vital programs, delegates voted to raise undergraduate fees and called for a renewed focus on fundraising, noting the rising cost of higher education and mounting student debt. New minimum GPA set at 2.6. To help SigEp further its culture of academic excellence, a new minimum eligibility standard was adopted. Undergraduates wishing to join SigEp must now have at least a 2.6 college GPA or a 2.7 high school GPA. Once a brother, he must maintain a 2.6 GPA each term. A single philanthropic and service learning partner. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America was named as SigEp’s single national philanthropic and service learning partner. This partnership provides opportunities for undergraduates to engage with their communities while making a positive impact on the lives of young men across the country.

To learn more, visit sigep.org/conclave

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MY PEERS AND MENTORS had a profound impact on me. These men have motivated me to be a better man, brother and son. The other scholars became some of my very closest friends in just a matter of days, and showed me that SigEp and its values are a lifestyle that doesn’t end—this brotherhood is an everlasting duty and privilege.” —Matt Reitz, Northern Iowa ‘15

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tragos quest to greece

2014 Quest Scholars Michael Albert

Nick Mirra

California-Santa Barbara ‘15 Economics and Accounting, 3.59 GPA Residential Learning Community Chairman

Christopher Newport ‘15 Psychology, 3.93 GPA Phi Challenge Coordinator

Ryan Arndt

Graham Naasz

Monmouth ‘15 History & Business Administration, 3.71 GPA VP of Member Development

Kansas ‘15 Human Biology, 3.97 GPA VP of Member Development

Michael Brennan

Kody Price

North Carolina-Charlotte ‘15 Mass Media – Communications, 3.35 GPA President

Maine ‘15 Civil Engineering, 3.6 GPA President

Chance Carter

Patrick Price

Montana ‘15 Theater, 3.14 GPA President

Northern Illinois ‘15 Illustration, 3.77 GPA VP of Communication

Christian Chung

Matthew Reitz

Georgetown ‘15 Middle East Studies, 3.5 GPA VP of Member Development

Northern Iowa ‘15 Accounting, 3.96 GPA President

Sean Dwyer

Russell Rosenkranz

Western Michigan ‘15 Economics & Political Science, 3.55 GPA VP of Communication

Rochester ‘15 Applied Mathematics and Financial Economics, 3.23 GPA President

Zac Gillman

Inspired by the ancient Greek ideals of Sound Mind and Sound Body, the Tragos Quest to Greece gives sixteen scholars the chance to explore Greek culture and contemplate the origins of SigEp’s values. Each summer, brothers walk in the footsteps of such giants as Socrates, Plato and Aristotle through this life-changing experience in Greece. Guided by alumni mentors and university faculty, these scholars study the role Greek philosophy, government, and the arts played in the founding of western democracy and the American college fraternity.

Austin Peay State ‘15 Business Administration, 3.7 GPA President

Matthew Symonds California-Berkeley ‘15 Statistics & Economics, 3.77 GPA President

Philip Koenig Florida International ‘15 International Relations, 3.76 GPA VP of Recruitment

Kyle Whelton Marquette ‘15 Political Science & History, 4.0 GPA Guide

Gabriel Lee New Hampshire ‘16 Business Administration, 3.29 GPA VP of Recruitment

Gabriel Menchaca American ‘15 Political Theory & Business Administration, 3.7 GPA President

The 10-day 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.

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. National Competition Scholarship recipients represent the best of SigEp’s commitment to be a valued partner in higher education. These scholarships are made possible by Annual Fund donors and endowed gifts.

My SigEp experience, more than anything, has taught me the great importance of having a loyal group of brothers that will support you in any situation. I had the chance to learn and grow with a very close-knit group of friends that I will cherish for the rest of my life, and along the way I have seen how acting with Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love can lead to success.” —Ryan Perry, Indiana ‘16

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Evan Autry Nevada-Reno ‘15 Mechanical Engineering 3.8 GPA President

Adam Crompton Arizona ‘15 Management Information Systems 4.0 GPA VP of Member Development

Andrew Griswold Johns Hopkins ‘15 Chemistry 3.94 GPA VP of Communications

Alan Long Case Western ‘15 Chemical Engineering 4.0 GPA BMS Chairman

Graham Naasz Kansas ‘15 Human Biology 3.97 GPA VP of Member Development

Alex Bernstein Massachusetts ‘15 Finance & Economics 3.96 GPA President

Ryan Davison North Carolina-Greensboro ‘16 Business Administration 4.0 GPA VP of Recruitment

Will Hoffman Alabama ‘15 History/Pre Law 4.06 GPA Standards Board

Brian Michalka Rensselaer ‘16 Engineering 3.92 GPA President & BMS Chairman

Nathan Burns Maine ‘16 Economics 3.98 GPA VP of Finance

Jack Edgar William & Mary ‘15 Marketing & Sociology 3.98 GPA President

Matt Lipphardt Michigan State ‘16 Biochem & Molecular Biology 4.0 GPA VP of Member Development

Nick Mirra Christopher Newport ‘15 Psychology 3.92 GPA Chaplain

Ryan Perry Indiana ‘16 Business Economics & Public Policy 3.89 GPA President’s Student Advisory Council

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To learn more, visit sigep.org/scholarships

Riley Shearer Montana State ‘16 Chemical Engineering & Biochemistry 4.0 GPA Chaplain

Connor Smith Western Michigan ‘16 Spanish & International Relations 3.89 GPA IFC Public Relations Director

Ben Siegel Carnegie Mellon ‘16 Electrical & Computer Engineering 4.0 GPA Standards Board

James Toolen Clarkson ‘16 Aeronautical & Mechanical Engineering 3.97 GPA VP of Programming

Dylan Torgerson North Dakota ‘15 Biology/Pre Med 3.89 GPA IFC President Lucas Zastrow Toledo ‘16 Exercise Science 4.0 GPA OH Iota Phi Coordinator & Sound Spirit Chairman


I really tried to prevent financial burdens from getting in the way of staying active at school. During my last two years this became a challenge as tuition increased and most of my high school scholarships ended. The Zollinger Scholarship made it possible for me to maintain balance in my life and never have to consider leaving the organizations I cared about to have more time to work. I am very thankful that the incredible contributions of another brother in my chapter could help me succeed.” —Seth Koch, Michigan ‘14

ZOLLINGER SCHOLARSHIPS 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.

2014 zollinger seniors Austin C. Chapman Lawrence Tech ‘14

Michael A. Hanover Loyola Marymount ‘14

Tim J. Johnston Texas-Austin ‘14

Preston C. Maus Wichita State ‘14

Derek S. Collinsworth Eastern Illinois ‘14

Sawyer J. Hicks Davidson ‘14

Kevin L. Jones NYU ‘14

Scott Morrett Drake ‘14

Benjamin J. Croll Muhlenberg ‘14

Trevor D. Hyssong Tampa ‘14

Tyler R. Kitzmiller Clarion ‘14

Dante Muniz Fresno State ‘14

Jacob T. Fechter Saint Louis ‘14

Carlos Ibarra Arkansas Tech ‘14

Caleb P. Massey Virginia Commonwealth ‘14

Andrew T. O’Donnel Toledo ‘14

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.

To learn more, visit sigep.org/scholarships

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HICKS SCHOLARShips As a sophomore in college, Thomas 0. Hicks, Texas-Austin ‘68 was motivated by the Texas Alpha Chapter to get serious about his grades, which had suffered during his freshman year. He improved his GPA significantly that year and kept it up, eventually obtaining a masters degree at Southern California. In funding this special scholarship program, Brother 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. Brother Hicks 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, Texas.

2014 HICKS scholars Chris Hughes Northern Kentucky ‘15 Art Education, 3.1 GPA Historian Joseph Choi Carnegie Mellon ‘15 Computer Science, 3.46 GPA VP of Recruitment & Balanced Man Scholarship Chairman Adrian Vinas Florida International ‘15 Finance, 2.86 GPA Chaplain Jeremy Nafus Lawrence Tech ‘15 Information Technology, 3.67 GPA VP of Finance

The Hicks Scholarship means more than just financial aid to me. As a freshman, I fell behind on my coursework and earned some pretty tough grades. Getting my act together and working toward improvement has been a personal journey, so it’s encouraging and awesome to receive this acknowledgement from my Fraternity. I’d like to thank all of my brothers who have supported me along the way and Thomas O. Hicks for encouraging our entire brotherhood to always keep striving for excellence.” —Joseph Choi, Carnegie Mellon ‘15

Kyle Mason Texas-Austin ‘15 Pre-Law, 3.67 GPA IFC VP of Judicial Affairs & Student Government External Finance Director

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To learn more, visit sigep.org/scholarships


STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS 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.

This scholarship allowed me to gain an experience that was life changing. As a biomedical engineering student pursuing the medical field within low-resource countries, the perspective I gained during my trip will stay with me for years to come. This generous scholarship has allowed me to pursue my passion and get that much closer to making a real impact on the world.” —Daniel Hageman, Case Western ‘14

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SCHOLARSHIPS

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Alabama

37

Alaska-Fairbanks

BMP: Balanced Man Program RLC: Residential Learning Community * University does not track or report on chapter GPAs.

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4

2 1

58

3.47

90

6

2.48

13

18

3.38

55

10

1

4

Arizona

12

18

1

2

33

3.27

53

Arizona State

24

8

2

2

36

3.10

145

Arkansas

32

19

1

5

57

3.16

116

Arkansas Tech

8

9

1

2

20

3.03

38

1

2

Auburn

1

13

Austin Peay State

12

12

Babson

5

2

4

4

8 10

9

16 1

2 1 1

27

2.81

97

3.07

34

3.24

44

3.19

25

13

10

20

3.13

28

3.11

62

2.77

25

Ball State

18

20

5

44

Barton

5

9

2

16

Baylor

7

2

9

2.84

48

Boston C.

5

1

6

3.33

41

3

62

3.29

69

1

35

2.92

51

Boston University

29

16

1

Bowling Green State

14

19

1

13

Bradley

24

9

5

38

2.87

66

Bucknell

15

10

2

27

3.28

80

Cal State-San Bernardino

17

10

1

2

3

33

2.86

54

Cal State-Northridge

5

12

1

11

1

30

2.89

74

California-Berkeley

5

9

3

17

3.33

47

California-Davis

21

14

2

37

3.06

74

0

40

2.73

57

2

17

3.03

71

33

3.01

52

3.14

114

3.02

19

California-Irvine

17

8

California-Riverside

6

9

California-San Diego

23

9

1

0

1

22

California-Santa Barbara

22

25

Canisius

2

6

1

14

1

1

2

70 10

2013 BUC CUP

MANPOWER

FALL 2013 GPA

RLC

BMP

TOTAL

TRAGOS

CONCLAVE

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE 2

3

Baldwin Wallace

Key

1

American

Baker

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.

18

RUCK

CARLSON

EDGE

CHAPTER

Carnegie Mellon

4

6

1

3

14

3.22

94

Case Western

24

11

1

2

38

3.39

89

Central Arkansas

27

10

1

6

44

2.97

88

Central Missouri

18

9

1

2

30

2.54

49

Chicago

8

8

1

17

3.32

28

Christopher Newport

16

12

1

2

31

3.18

82

Cincinnati

25

25

1

4

55

3.29

141

1


3.04

28

Georgia

8

2

30

3.05

47

Georgia Southern

25

15

7

1

30

2.98

105

Georgia Tech

13

9

22

3.45

12

Grand Valley State

9

11

2

38

2.71

38

Houston

2

12

2.92

83

Huntingdon

8

7

*

23

Illinois

30

30

1

Clarkson

20

Clemson

22

1

31

9

3.45 2.80

68

3.19

82

3.16

55

2.68

48

131

48

1

2

43

1

2

25

3

23

6

21

2

17

3.08

37

9

70

3.31

181

3.52

146

Cleveland State

6

14

2

18

9

1

Colorado

27

9

1

6

43

Colorado School of Mines

5

4

2

11

Columbia

18

11

2

31

3.52

93

Indiana

45

12

1

7

65

Cornell

9

9

2

21

3.45

67

Indiana State

7

22

1

5

35

2.79

42

2

6

3.30

91

Indiana Tech

9

9

1

5

24

2.84

25

8

3.54

96

Iowa

19

13

1

4

37

2.92

115

3.14

79

Iowa State

23

27

1

2

53

3.18

82

Creighton Dartmouth

1

4 6

2

Davidson

10

Davis & Elkins

1

7

3

2

5

3.44

18

Jacksonville State

5

9

2

16

2.86

30

2

29

3.19

115

James Madison

21

10

5

36

2.99

84

John Carroll

17

13

2

33

3.26

66

1

4

3.33

78

11

Delaware

10

8

1

2

21

3.23

83

DePaul

13

4

1

2

20

3.12

55

Drake

13

19

1

7

40

3.31

107

Drexel

26

17

1

3

47

3.37

102

9

11

Eastern Illinois

24

Eastern Washington

17

7

Elon

21

9

1

9

1

Emporia State

7

8

Evansville

13

14

Duke

Emory

Johns Hopkins

Kansas

5

6

Kansas State

22

9

1

7

3.57

75

Kent State

9

7

31

2.48

48

Kentucky

25

10

13

2

15

2.81

57

Kentucky Wesleyan

9

1

34

2.80

62

Lamar

1

25

3.06

58

LaSalle

8

62

3.38

93

3

13

3.19

22

Lawrence Tech

18

24

2

17

2.74

13

Lehigh

18

8

3

31

3.07

46

Longwood

9

6

9

23

1

4

1

1

19

3.06

23

2

38

3.10

34

3.02

14

2.97

25

7

4

11

2

2

Lawrence

1

1

25

2.88

34

Loras

12

19

2

2

2

33

2.79

26

Louisiana State

45

19

Florida Gulf Coast

24

12

1

6

2

45

3.09

57

Louisville

29

9

Florida International

13

11

1

30

1

56

2.80

86

Loyola Marymount

1

1

1

7

Florida State

81

10

1

2

94

3.16

145

Lynchburg

10

5

Fort Hays State

3

11

1

2

17

3.03

25

Maine

42

19

1

Fresno State

31

12

1

4

60

3.01

77

Marquette

13

8

1

George Washington

19

10

6

35

3.20

92

Marshall

9

5

19

3.60

87

Maryland-College Park

25

13

1

2.89

27

3.17

28

3

46

2.86

54

2

28

3.12

64

15

3

11

1

94

4

10

5

114

3.28

16

12

1

2

17

13

3.18

1

1

Ferris State

Georgetown

34

7

10

Florida Atlantic

12

19

3

3

1

1

3

2

6

East Tennessee State

20

16

East Carolina

1

2

Dayton

8

Coastal Carolina

8

2013 BUC CUP

MANPOWER

TOTAL

TRAGOS

CONCLAVE

FALL 2013 GPA

11

RLC

34

20

BMP

2

Clarion

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

RUCK

CARLSON

CHAPTER EDGE

2013 BUC CUP

MANPOWER

FALL 2013 GPA

RLC

BMP

TOTAL

TRAGOS

CONCLAVE

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

RUCK

CARLSON

EDGE

CHAPTER

2.82

37

4

36

3.16

29

10

74

3.04

169

2

41

3.26

75

5

12

3.30

100

2.96

27

3.25

71

1

1

17

8

12

1

82

2

1

24

3.14

28

2

16

2.41

13

15

54

3.36

104

REPORT CARD

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Massachusetts

30

1

4

46

2.84

43

Northwest Missouri

28

6

34

2.89

80

2013 BUC CUP

MANPOWER

FALL 2013 GPA

RLC

BMP

TOTAL

TRAGOS

CONCLAVE

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

RUCK

CARLSON

EDGE

2013 BUC CUP

MANPOWER

FALL 2013 GPA

RLC

BMP

TOTAL

TRAGOS

CONCLAVE

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE 2

CHAPTER

Memphis

16

8

1

3

28

2.91

48

Northwestern

10

20

1

2

33

3.53

26

Memphis Lambuth

3

8

1

2

14

2.70

12

NYU

3

8

1

6

18

3.29

65

Miami (Florida)

33

8

1

2

69

3.34

88

Ohio

12

4

16

2.59

31

Miami (Ohio)

48

10

58

3.13

120

Ohio Northern

12

2.76

43

8

1

3.49

156

23

10

1

3.08

44

3.18

255

100

Michigan Michigan State Michigan Tech

32

9

RUCK

CARLSON

EDGE

CHAPTER

25

4

7

2

2

13

3.38

120

Ohio State

43

37

2

7

89

34

2.96

76

Ohio Wesleyan

6

5

1

2

14

2.87

41

Oklahoma

19

14

2

2

37

9

Minnesota

29

15

1

9

54

3.33

103

Oklahoma State

23

13

Missouri

30

11

2

2

45

2.95

121

Old Dominion

10

8

Missouri S&T

18

14

1

2

35

3.20

77

Oregon

26

7

Missouri State

37

9

1

3

50

3.03

123

Oregon State

48

11

2

18

2.78

24

Pennsylvania

11

1

30

3.41

35

Pennsylvania State

8

3.24

33

Pepperdine

21

3.11

22

Pittsburg State

Missouri-Kansas City

8

8

MIT

10

14

Monmouth

14

17

1

6

1

38

Montana

7

8

1

3

1

19

1

5

14

2

14

1

52

✓ ✓

2

20

2

4

39

1

4

64

12

1

2

26

6

1

2

17

5

5

31

13

11

1

25

9

9

1

20

2

10

25 90

3.35

134

3.32

72

3.19

91

3.06

94

3.07

42

3.09

16

3.00

4

48

69

3.28

103

11

*

8

12

3

24

3.30

53

Pittsburgh

4

9

2

15

3.11

40

Purdue

Morehead State

9

18

2

29

3.01

44

Quinnipiac

53

Muhlenberg

9

6

2

17

3.35

44

Radford

9

Murray State

17

11

1

2

31

3.23

70

Randolph-Macon

2

5

2

9

Nebraska

33

12

1

25

71

3.44

122

Rensselaer

18

9

1

2

3

33

Rhode Island

32

15

1

8

3

59

15

23

35

10

1

1

2

Nebraska-Kearney

22

4

1

1

28

3.32

73

Nebraska-Omaha

28

7

1

4

40

3.21

74

Richmond

9

6

Nevada-Reno

18

21

1

2

42

3.05

103

Rider

11

7

1

4

New Hampshire

16

13

2

47

3.17

43

Rochester

25

7

1

2

North Carolina

16

11

35

3.31

61

Rutgers

28

9

1

2

48

3.08

88

Sacramento Sate

12

8

1

63

2.92

52

Saint Louis

9

7

1

2.89

28

Salisbury

1

3

3.17

47

San Diego

10

12

6

10

4

4

1

North Carolina State

24

13

1

6

4

North Carolina-Charlotte

15

14

1

31

2

North Carolina-Greensboro

13

8

1

4

2

28

North Dakota

14

11

1

2

28

North Texas

3

7

1

1

12

2.67

67

San Diego State

41

17

1

Northeastern

35

9

3

78

3.27

102

SIU-Edwardsville

22

11

1

31

1

1

Northern Illinois

7

10

1

4

1

22

2.54

30

South Carolina

13

9

1

Northern Iowa

12

23

1

6

1

42

3.13

49

South Dakota State

5

9

1

Northern Kentucky

15

29

1

4

49

3.18

72

South Florida

50

15

2

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21

4

1

3.07

3.02

Montana State

1

2.83

Moravian

8

*

29

3.00

44

2.83

59

3.26

78 54

3.3

83

40

3.06

70

3

24

2.91

59

2

19

3.30

129

1

5

2.82

44

2

25

3.43

62

1

20

100

3.04

172

3

37

2.85

60

3

30

3.53

13

3

18

3.12

33

2

70

3.14

47

11

3.14


25

St. Mary’s

27

Stanford

1

7 4

1

3.64

56

10

1

3

5

66

1

9

27

82

SUNY-Fredonia

9

2

2

13

Syracuse

38

19

2

Tampa

33

10

Tennessee

40

13

Tennessee Tech

5

10

8

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

10

Texas Christian

40

Texas Tech

59

Texas-Arlington

19

Tufts

3.18

53

1

7

61

2.73

127

Wyoming

1

1

17

2.88

30

Yale

2

22

2.88

39

2

22

2.99

94

2

13

2.73

22

15

72

3.24

144

1

75

2.71

*

26

1

6

53

3.21

177

2

12

*

32

3.31

98

2.97

54

14

6

58

3

12

3

32

3.19

69

5

3.27

58

9

1

6

6

3.31

83

UCLA

10

10

2

22

3.23

119

Utah

17

14

2

33

3.06

87

Utah State

11

13

3

27

Valparaiso

36

15

1

7

59

Villanova

8

4

1

2

15

Virginia Commonwealth

34

10

1

4

3.13

40

3.33

76

*

29

49

3.00

71

Wake Forest

15

7

2

26

Washburn

8

13

1

1

23

Washington

25

13

2

5

45

Washington State

28

11

2

2

43

West Chester

25

13

1

3

42

2

12

2

10

7

1

37

9

4

3.18

42

11

2.76

53

42

3.07

74

3.10

48

3.04

60

3.26

39

2

9

6

47

18

✓ ✓

3.33

146

3.08

41

34

3.14

102

27

3.07

40

2.72

41

3.69

89

2

48

1

5

27

11

2

4

10

1

2

13

9

1

2

25

16

5

1

2

24

2013 BUC CUP

MANPOWER

FALL 2013 GPA

RLC

BMP

TOTAL

TRAGOS 1

26

132

9

5

Tulane

8

38

Truman State

99

45

2

Toledo Trine

14

3.19

2

6

10

17

Wright State

1

6

WPI

59

1

36

17

44

13

4

4

*

1

Texas-Austin

Wisconsin-Platteville

17

Thiel

William & Mary Wisconsin

27

2 2

1

7

42 92

1

12

Wichita State

3.00

2

9 25

3.46

10

CONCLAVE

TOTAL 5

17

10

Westminster

32

47

12

Western Michigan

3.02

28

9

Western Kentucky

Stetson

Texas A&M

62 27

11

Stevens Tech

Tennessee-Martin

3.06 3.19

12

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

West Virginia

RUCK

56 6

CARLSON

3 1

94

CHAPTER EDGE

2.98

2013 BUC CUP

TRAGOS

MANPOWER

CONCLAVE

LIFE AFTER COLLEGE

48

9

5 4

FALL 2013 GPA

Southern Mississippi St. Joseph's

11

RLC

28

BMP

Southeast Missouri State

RUCK

CARLSON

EDGE

CHAPTER

3.01

60

3.57

27

3.35

105

3.16

126

3.30

43

REPORT CARD

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Miller serves as an ambassador for the Hoop of Steel Society along with other student directors of the Fraternity’s National Board: Erik Mikkelsen, Utah State ’14, and Sawyer Hicks, Davidson ’14.

HOOP OF STEEL SOCIETY

Maxwell J. Marcucci, American ‘15

Alexander M. Olear,

Jacob F. Bell ‘16

Christian Givens ‘17

Kevin R. Taub ‘15

Brian D. Badders,

Jackson D. McCarthy,

Anthony J. Miller, American ‘12

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Case Western ‘12

Maxwell J. Marcucci ‘15 Kent B. Hickman, Colorado ‘61

Central Florida

Arkansas John Rumbelow ‘16

Programs

Tyler Scott ‘16

like EDGE, Life After College and Ruck just aren’t possible without fundraising. The Hoop of Steel Society is a way for undergraduates to pay it forward. Myself and others have

Central Missouri

East Tennessee State ‘17 Jackson D. McCarthy, East Tennessee State ‘15

Aaron M. Babusa-Lucas,

Central Missouri ‘86

Ferris State

Indiana

Christopher Newport

Michael D. Hasler ‘16

Benjamin Nahrstadt ‘16

Ball State

C. John Cahill ‘16

Matthew Hasler

Billy D. Maddalon,

Brock Frazer ‘17

Gordon M. Phillips,

Florida State

D. Shawn Dalgleish,

Cory Greenhaw, Arkansas Tech ‘14

Christopher Newport ‘13

North Carolina State ‘90

Norbert Ming ‘15

Clarion

Kyle R. Pellerin ‘15

Devin J. Forgey ‘16

Fort Hays State

Sophie Godley

Tyler R. Kitzmiller, Clarion ‘14

Austin Tatro ‘16

Dustin M. DeFrancisis ‘14

Jillian Arensdorf

Bowling Green State

Tyler R. Kitzmiller, Clarion ‘14

Hunter Marcuson ‘16

Lance A. Whitehead ‘16

George Washington

Bruce Halle Jr.

Cody A. Rapp, Clarion ‘12

Samuel I. Golub ‘16

Nathan A. Smith ‘15

Lawrence Brestensky ‘16

John Paul Bezerra,

Dr. Charles G. Eberly,

Allison M. Latagliata

Bowling Green State ‘63

Illinois ‘81

Keane Mayer ‘13

Boston University

Andrew Kraus

Iowa State Morgan L. Hampel ‘14

George Washington ‘14

Nathanael Niver ‘15

William A. Peri ‘16

Cody A. Rapp, Clarion ‘12

Eugene C. Schurg, Jr.,

Erik Kahl

Kansas Graham Naasz ‘15 Daniel J. Sullivan, Quinnipiac ‘13

Bradley

Tucker Glover ‘16

John Sotiros ‘15

Tyler R. Kitzmiller, Clarion ‘14

Logan Wilson, Bradley ‘14

Tyler R. Kitzmiller ‘14

Georgia Southern

Cody A. Rapp, Clarion ‘12

Wesley Heinrichs ‘16

Kevin J. Quindlen ‘15

Cleveland State

Houston

William Schneider, Lamar ‘16

Charles W. North, V,

Parker Keating ‘16

Arbaaz Ali ‘14 Stratton Berlin ‘17 Ricardo B. Castillo ‘13 Jordan Cruz ‘16 Brett Edleman ‘16 Kyle E. Ferguson ‘17 Luke Fontenot ‘15 Jonathan D. Garcia ‘17 Justin P. Gross ‘15 Michael Hernandez ‘17 Simon F. Hornick ‘13 Blake Heslep ‘17 Travis G. Kelley ‘13 Carlos M. Leal ‘13 Tianheng Luo ‘16 Brian Masinag ‘17 Stephen R. Montalvo ‘13 Sunil K. Motwani ‘14 Shane Mukherjee ‘15 James A. Muncy ‘14 Christopher J. Mejia ‘13 Joshua Narabal ‘16 Mark Ngo ‘17

Derrick E. Crayton, II ‘17

Davis and Elkins ‘77

Bucknell ‘06

David J. Hale, Toledo ‘12

amazing experiences at SigEp’s

Derek L. Doss,

leadership events, and through

Jacob Weatherbie ‘15

Cornell

Logan J. Aguilar,

Jesse E. Zwerling ‘16

the Society we can make sure

Jordan P. Cavendar ‘17

Taylor Conaty ‘14 Coastal Carolina ‘07

Cal State -San Bernardino ‘17

Cal State -San Bernardino ‘13

R. Scott Dudis, Ohio State ‘09

Cesar Fortuna, Cal State -San Bernardino ‘14

Lamar Jordan Johnson ‘15

Cesar Fortuna ‘14 Jordan P. Cavendar,

Chris Pyle James J. Gray, Kansas ‘84

Bucknell

Coastal Carolina

be available.”

Nathan Teter,

Taylor Forbes ‘16

Cal State San Bernardino

these opportunities will always

East Tennessee State ‘15

Lucas Thibodeau ‘16 David B. Simons, Jr. ‘89

Arkansas Tech

Carlson,

East Tennessee State

Michael Young ‘15

Samuel J. Hihn ‘15

—Marshall Miller, Valparaiso ‘14 34

Case Western ‘13

Mark A. Natale, American ‘14

Nicholas Altman, Radford ‘16

Honorees listed in plain text

Gregory I. Keith, Evansville ‘04

Sean A. Soboloski ‘15

Arkansas Tech ‘15

Donors listed in bold

Taylor Allen ‘16

Christopher L. Pannell,

Drexel

Akash Menon ‘15

Austin C. McCourt,

Key

Evansville

Case Western

Glenn Holmes ‘15

Colten Matthews ‘16

Named after SigEp’s Hoop of Steel Senior Charge, the Hoop of Steel Society celebrates undergraduate brothers and the bonds they’ve formed through SigEp. Undergraduates make symbolic contributions to the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation, with many making their gifts in honor of mentors who have helped define their SigEp experience.

Central Missouri ‘14

Taylor K. Swager ‘14

Ryan Ngo ‘16 Aaron Patton ‘17 John Puente ‘16 Craig Putman ‘15 Manual Dasilva Quiroz ‘15 Rance Quisenberry ‘17 Adam Reichstein ‘17 Robert Reno ‘15 Aaron Rodriguez ‘13 Michael Rodriguez ‘14 Osman Rodriguez ‘17 Alejandro Rojas ‘15 Julius Sanchez ‘16 Ethan P. Tucker ‘14 Kirby M. White ‘14 Sean Wood ‘16 Rolando G.M. Yabut ‘15

American

Davidson Sawyer J. Hicks ‘14

California-Berkeley

Peter M. Varney, Davidson ‘96

Nolan M. McPeek-Bechtold ‘14

Tait Jensen ‘16

Luke Madera, California-Berkeley ‘09

Trygve Jensen, Drake ‘13

CaliforniaSanta Barbara

Drake

Joseph M. Kremer ‘12

Jared Simmer, Drake ‘14

Matthew J. Wall, St. Joseph’s ‘12

Jared Freese, Drake ‘14

Sam Laden ‘17

Maximilliano Molina, Lamar ‘14

Ruston C. Lewellen ‘15 Maximilliano Molina, Lamar ‘14

William Schneider ‘16 Jordan Johnson, Lamar ‘15

Lawrence Tech Justin Hartsaw ‘15 Jacob S. Montgomery, Lawrence Tech ‘14

Michael Pruski ‘15 Michael D. Newton, Lawrence Tech ‘13

Michael Szczesniak ‘16 Michael D. Newton, Lawrence Tech ‘13

Matthew W. Polhemus ‘14 Jacob S. Montgomery, Lawrence Tech ‘14

Richard R. Yelda ‘16 Michael J. Bush, Lawrence Tech ‘15


Sean M. Preston ‘17

Riley Morgan ‘17

North Carolina State

Pennsylvania

St. Mary’s

Valparaiso

Aaron Rapsinski ‘15

Honorees

Austin C. Chapman,

Matthew J. Kapszukiewicz,

Christian Dicosola ‘14

Tadas Antanavicius ‘16

Daniel Rodriguez ‘16

Ben Tiemann ‘17

Brady Colyer,

Mrs. Deborah Putnam

Charlie Gray

Brett R. Danko, Pennsylvania ‘90

Robert Gruber,

Marshall Miller,

Lawrence Tech ‘14

Massachusetts ‘95

Nathan Soley ‘16 Richard W. Douglas, Lawrence Tech ‘15

Patrick Madinsky ‘16

Memphis Adam W. Seiber, Murray State ‘02

Pierce Sadlier ‘16

Michigan Tech

Michael R. Neumann,

Jordan G. Pontoni ‘15 Jesse A. Gelbaugh, Michigan Tech ‘11

Loras Doug Zabler ‘15

Missouri

Thomas A. Barton, Loras ‘89

Jon Anderson ‘16

Jeffrey Bentley ‘17

John W. Hartman, Missouri ‘61

Pasquale Luz, Loras ‘14

John O. Conroy ‘16

MissouriKansas City

Daniel Moore, Loras ‘13

Kristopher Webb ‘15

Ian Johnson, Loras ‘14

Michael Karasch ‘15 James E. Collins, Loras ‘84

Monmouth

Nathaniel Kapraun ‘15 James E. Collins, Loras ‘84

Ryan Smith ‘17

North Carolina State ‘16

Eric Bourgeois ‘16

Andrew Tucker, Lawrence Tech ‘12

Lawrence Tech ‘12

Jackson Mathis,

North Dakota Dr. Donald L. Piper, North Dakota ‘68

Keegan Hilmer ‘16 Michael J. Little, North Dakota ‘09

Michael S. Rodriguez,

D. Shawn Dalgleish,

Trevor Cavender, Pepperdine ‘14

Stanford

Ian C. Labate ‘16 Alexander W. Ashoff,

David R. Calderon,

Lee W. Stewart ‘10 Glenn T. Gnirrep, Rutgers ‘82

Michael T. Selby,

Kyle T. See-Rockers ‘14 Morgan J. Murphy ‘15

Quinnipiac

Mark Becker, North Dakota ‘12

Daniel J. Sullivan ‘13 Edward A. Kaplan,

Northeastern

Connecticut ‘88

Jeff Paul, Northeastern ‘16

Jeffrey A. Nieslawski ‘15

Northeastern ‘15

Sina Rahini ‘17

Western Michigan

Matthew T. Daniels,

W. Scott Russell,

Bruce Weidenhammer ‘16

Texas A & M -Corpus Christi ‘14

Timothy C. Tokars, Northern Illinois ‘13

Northern Kentucky

Northern Kentucky ‘11

Jeremy N. Cox ‘13 Aaron Helms,

Texas Christian ‘73

Northern Kentucky ‘84 Robert Lee, Northern Kentucky ‘16

Justin Speroni ‘17

Zachary W. Stull ‘14

Northern Kentucky ‘16

Alexander N. Bernstein,

Kenneth M. Thompson ‘14

David Stark ‘16

Texas-Arlington

Ms. Eleanor H. Oi

Marco Campa ‘14

Thiel

Mark S. Quan-Tong,

Benjamin Leberfinger ‘15

Samuel O’Hara ‘16

James E. Patterson, Thiel ‘90

Taylor Jones,

Sacramento Sate ‘14

Jared Wilcox ‘14

James E. Patterson, Thiel ‘90

Alexander K. A. Baca ‘14

Christopher E. Sweet,

Paul Connelly ‘15

Max Stanley,

Davidson ‘88 Lyle W. Ward,

James E. Patterson, Thiel ‘90

Michael J. Powers,

Daniel G. Mikkelsen ‘16

Derek Smart ‘14

Tyler J. Aldren,

Christian T. Orr,

South Dakota State ‘13

Oregon

Sean McDavitt, Massachusetts ‘12

Christopher J. King ‘16

Casey Davis ‘16

South Florida

Trevor Bullard, Massachusetts ‘12

Michael J. Catudal,

Bradley C. Nahrstadt,

Ryan Paxton ‘16 South Florida ‘14

Elan C. Radbil ‘16

Zachary S. Fone ‘16

Oregon State

Matthew J. Kapszukiewicz,

Joel D. Wyatt,

Jacob D. Roselli ‘15

Mark J. Stevens, Jr. ‘14

New Hampshire ‘14

Thomas J. Flomer, Oregon State ‘82

Utah State ‘13 Archie W. Messersmith, Samford ‘99 Jameson A. Putnam, Utah State ‘10

Joshua Lefevre ‘15

Murray State ‘02

Southeast Missouri State

Massachusetts ‘95

Utah State ‘12

Erik D. Mikkelsen ‘14

Gustavo R. Melendez,

Washington & Lee ‘16

Utah State David R. Peterson,

New Hampshire

Western Michigan ‘14

Timothy J. Fisher ‘15

SIU-Edwardsville ‘72

Taylor Linder ‘16

New Hampshire ‘14

Christopher G. Miller,

Arthur J. Hurt, III,

South Dakota State

Joel D. Wyatt,

Western Michigan ‘14

Jeffrey Williams ‘15

Turner Solterman ‘17

Billy D. Maddalon,

Cincinnati Renaissance

Christopher G. Miller,

Washington & Lee

Kyle D. Krieger ‘15

Prof. Richard W. Sweeney,

Northern Iowa ‘15

George L. Maciak ‘16

Matthew M. Willis ‘15

Trevor D. Woodward,

Adam W. Seiber,

Western Michigan ‘16 John Gogola,

Ryan Murray ‘16

Nick White ‘16

Justin Reera ‘16

Washington ‘16

Conor J. McGrath,

James E. Patterson, Thiel ‘90

Frank E. Butterfield, Jr.,

Massachusetts ‘13

Washington ‘06

Western Michigan ‘11

Connor Smith ‘16

SIU-Edwardsville

Alexander N. Bernstein ‘15

Monmouth ‘89

Matthew Huggins ‘14

Matthew Ploeg

Oklahoma State

New Hampshire ‘09

Oregon State ‘09 Ryan J. Rastetter,

Nebraska-Kearney

Matthew J. Kapszukiewicz,

Dane J. Schulze,

Shae Davis, Texas-Arlington ‘12

Sacramento STate

Oregon State ‘07

North Carolina State ‘90

Washington ‘13

Rochester

Northern Kentucky ‘17 Mark S. Krzywonos,

Andrew Dorriere,

Tyler J. Manoukian,

Christopher G. Miller, Western Michigan ‘14

Andrew Dimino ‘15

River A. Karaba,

Max L. Rodenburg, Nebraska ‘11

Massachusetts ‘95

Virginia Commonwealth ‘15

Collin G. Huggins,

Massachusetts

Nebraska-Kearney ‘14

Virginia Commonwealth ‘14

Kamal P. Sohal ‘15

Troy Clay ‘17

Southern California ‘83

West Virginia ‘84

Justin E. Guerra ‘15 Angel Monjarraz ‘17

William M. Patten,

Jack Rodenburg ‘16

Massachusetts ‘15

Raymond P. Clarke,

James W. Poole,

Parker Levy ‘16

Cesar A. Rivera-Dominguez,

Nebraska

Rider

Patrick Clarke ‘17

Nicholas Petrihos ‘17

Glenn T. Gnirrep, Rutgers ‘82

Marco Ramirez Becerra ‘15

Adam C. Brooks ‘14

Davidson ‘88

Texas A & M Corpus Christi

West Virginia

Darryl Alfonso ‘16

Anthony J. Miller,

Montana ‘14

Virginia Commonwealth ‘14 Simon Ruchti

Dylan Zimmerman ‘15

Anthony W. Leanhart, Jr. ‘13

Cesar A. Rivera-Dominguez,

William Miller ‘16

Eastern Michigan ‘02

Northern Illinois

Christopher Morucci ‘17

Evan Fossen ‘16

Clinton T. Yeaman,

Christopher G. Miller ‘14

William P. Nocchi, Montana ‘15

Kyle Whelton, Marquette ‘15

Texas A & M

Washington

Zachary C. Geren, Marquette ‘13

Spencer Ruchti, Montana ‘16

Richard C. Jones ‘16

West Chester ‘14

Texas Christian

Alex J. Landry ‘14

Michael Welch ‘16

CalPoly -Pomona ‘88

Abdul M. Muhammad,

Nathaniel Culp, Rider ‘13

Matthew R. Hammesfahr,

Montana ‘14

Virginia Commonwealth ‘14

Brett D. Fink ‘14

Matthew Carbonelli, Loras ‘14

Stanford ‘13

Ryan Walter ‘14

Stephen Clark ‘15 Justin Sukley ‘17

Ryan M. Ulrich,

Daniel R. Wong,

Josh Bills, West Chester ‘11

James W. Poole,

Andrew C. Baker, Elon ‘06

Pittsburgh ‘14

Arthur J. Hurt, III,

Benjamin Mason ‘16

Mark Sheeran ‘16

Zariel J. Toolan, Columbia ‘01

North Dakota ‘15

Gregory Cusano ‘17

Dr. Charles G. Eberly,

Nadiv Rahman, Stanford ‘13

West Chester ‘77

Caleb P. Massey ‘14

Patrick Crawford,

Kyle Whelton ‘15

Steven G. Love ‘15

Jacob W. Sells ‘12

Nicholas Altman ‘16

Montana

Derik Jardine ‘16

Alexander W. Ashoff,

Northeastern ‘11

Aaron J. Ledesma, Marquette ‘14

West Chester ‘77

Steven Cross ‘16

Virginia Commonwealth

Pittsburgh ‘14

Berkh Tsogtbaatar ‘17

Monmouth ‘12

Illinois ‘81

Judge Mitchell G. Crane,

Pittsburgh

Radford

Joseph Huh ‘16

St. Mary’s ‘14

Michael R. Van Doren,

Cyrus E. Turner, Monmouth ‘14

Joshua H. Belknap, Marshall ‘12

Mitchell Bennett ‘15

Judge Mitchell G. Crane,

Tennessee-Martin

Thomas Godlewski ‘17

Marshall

Marshall Miller ‘14

Ryan Steffes ‘17

Julian B. Bowlan ‘16

Joel R. Meller, Marquette ‘14

Severiano Trujillo ‘16

John M. Schmersahl ‘16

Luke Jirik ‘16

Cole Downey ‘17

Bowling Green State ‘63

Pepperdine

Alex K. Woodlief,

Monmouth ‘16

Valparaiso ‘14

Jacob Ahles ‘16

Michael Doyle

Marquette

St. Mary’s ‘16

West Chester ‘08

Jonathan S. Kramer ‘06

Adam LaSalle ‘16 Michael T. Selby, Eastern Michigan ‘02

Brett Pugliese ‘16 John M. Scheck, West Chester ‘14

Eric Xavier ‘16 Michael T. Selby,

Greg Olsen

Trent M. Morrison ‘14

Matt Keller ‘16

Braden S. Allen,

Michael T. Selby,

Utah State ‘14

Westminster Jason E. Frawley, Westminster ‘14

William & Mary John J. Edgar ‘15

West Chester

Eastern Michigan ‘02

Wisconsin-Platteville ‘07 David Nevins, Wisconsin-Platteville

Blake Alley ‘16 Leonard Ballosh ‘17 Jason Bednarski ‘16 Grzegorz P. Bielak ‘14 Kody Brand ‘16 Mitchel Burkholder ‘17 Carter A. Casidy ‘13 Timothy Cornelisen ‘16 Carson Doney ‘17 Jason S. Foster ‘15 Braden Ganter ‘14 Brian K. Gilbank ‘15 Charles Gilbert ‘16 Jesus Hernandez ‘17 Taylor R. Keesler ‘15 Samuel Kimpan ‘16 Nathaniel D. J. Knautz ‘15 Jonathan R. Koll ‘14 Joshua Meyer ‘16 William Michels ‘17 Dylan R. Miller ‘14 Joshua A. Miller ‘14 Travis Ottelien ‘14 Christian Sanchez-Alcantor ‘17 Ryan Schauff ‘16 Daniel Shircel ‘16 Ryan Sollberger ‘16 Zach Spano ‘17 Jonathon Starnitcky ‘17 Benjamin R. Siegman ‘14 Michael Sivill ‘15 Nick Skala ‘17 Collin M. Thole ‘16 Logan Thole ‘16 Lucas R. VanEgtern ‘14 Nicholas Volkmann ‘17 Garret Wermager ‘15 Alexander Wynveen ‘16

Western Michigan ‘10

Austin N. Fuller ‘16

Washington in St. Louis

Brad D. Polzar,

James P. Barber, Ph.D., Grand Valley State ‘95

Marcus Onley ‘16 Richard E. Batten, James Madison ‘83

WisconsinPlatteville Timothy Cornelisen ‘16

Wright State Caleb Hemmelgarn ‘13 Sean E. Curtis, Wright State ‘12

Carl Braunschweiger ‘13 Jacob M. Nolan, Wright State ‘13

Jason E. Moorman ‘13 Brian D. Boos, Wright State ‘13

Kyle C. Kemp ‘13 Jacob M. Nolan, Wright State ‘13

Tyler Shaw ‘13 Vinicius M. Vargas, Wright State ‘13

Nathaniel D. J. Knautz, Wisconsin-Platteville ‘15

Eastern Michigan ‘02

To learn more, visit sigep.org/hoopofsteel

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Dave Calderon and wife Dina, both SigEp volunteers, with California-Riverside brothers and Chapter Counselor Kevin Fleming, Loyola Marymount ‘00.

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

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.

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SIGEP ANNUAL REPORT 2014 | SIGEP.ORG

I had a truly transformative experience as an undergraduate, and it’s that experience that I still value today … it’s the reason why I give back. Annual giving is the part of the fabric of what we should do as SigEps. Your lifelong commitment to SigEp is to give your time, talent and treasure. Carlson, Conclave, Ruck, Tragos, EDGE – those programs don’t exist without funding from alumni like myself and others.” —Dave Calderon, CalPoly-Pomona ‘88

Thomas G. Allardyce,

William E. Becker, Indiana ‘72

Lamar ‘70

Kent A. Belli, South Carolina ‘81

Jace W. Cairns, Utah State ‘13

Harry L. Belton,

David R. Calderon,

John E. Davis,

CalPoly -Pomona ‘88

Western Carolina ‘87

Scott H. Carr,

Michael L. Davis, Purdue ‘77

California-Santa Barbara ‘86

Michael H. DeGrenier, Loras ‘84

Noel P. Allen, Western Michigan ‘94

James M. Amen, Sacramento Sate ‘96

Bruce W. Anderson, Texas-Austin ‘71

Sean M. Anthony, Dartmouth ‘06

John P. Aspinwall, Wisconsin-Platteville ‘05

Christopher L. Bagi, Dayton ‘06 Joseph M. Baird, Florida Atlantic ‘07

Andrew C. Baker, Elon ‘06

Louisiana State ‘81

Richard W. Bennet, III, Central Missouri ‘74

James R. Bernard, Western Michigan ‘60

David T. Bertorello, Evansville ‘89

Dr. Ron S. Binder, Toledo ‘83 Edward E. Bishop, Jr., Virginia Tech ‘74

Christopher L. Bittman, Colorado ‘85

Ryan P. Blanck,

Joshua D. Baker, Wright State ‘10

Western Michigan ‘02

Anthony C. Balestrieri,

Cameron M. Blaydes, Illinois ‘12

George Washington ‘03

Tyler R. Boggess, Drake ‘10

Douglas J. Band, Florida ‘95

Maj. Matthew F. Boison,

Zachary P. Barilleau,

Ball State ‘77

Louisiana State ‘10

Dennis W. Bond, Missouri ‘65

Kenneth J. Barker, CalPoly -Pomona ‘91

Hoyt R. Barnett, Florida Southern ‘65

John T. Barr,

Brian A. Boron, Western Michigan ‘89

Gregory B. Bowling, Southwest Texas State ‘98

Jonathan E. Brouk, Tulane ‘08

Scott T. Carr, Bowling Green State ‘97

Michael M. Carriere, Charleston ‘10

D. Craig Casselberry, Texas-Austin ‘86

Michael R. Catalano,

Brett R. Danko, Pennsylvania ‘90

Ryan T. Denny, Stanford ‘06 Denis H. Dieker, Jr., Wichita State ‘77

Christopher S. Dillion, Illinois ‘03 Stephen T. Diltz, Arizona State ‘90

Washington ‘10

Wallace C. Doud, Wisconsin ‘48

Jonathan B. Catanzarita,

Ryan C. Dressler, Ohio State ‘08

Clarion ‘11

R. Scott Dudis, Ohio State ‘09

Eric J. Chan, Carnegie Mellon ‘98

Thomas M. Dunning,

Steven B. Chaneles,

Texas-Austin ‘65

Connecticut ‘83

John C. Durrant, Stetson ‘96

Roger C. Chapman,

Larry D. Eastepp, Lamar ‘80

Texas-Austin ‘49

Kenneth G. Christianson, Washington State ‘74

John E. Clark, Kansas State ‘50 W. H. Clark, North Carolina State ‘56

Raymond P. Clarke,

John M. Eber, Bradley ‘73 Robert A. Eckert, Arizona ‘76 Michael G. Ellis, Purdue ‘84 Matthew W. Engelhardt, Valparaiso ‘91

George Estok, Memphis ‘72

West Virginia ‘84

Mrs. Dare Pugh Estok

Zachary R. Bryson, Cincinnati ‘08

Alexander Claud, Pepperdine ‘13

Joseph H. Etter, Miami (Ohio) ‘73

Texas-Austin ‘03

Trevor Bullard, Massachusetts ‘12

B. Joe Clayton, Tennessee ‘57

Glenn A. Ezell, North Texas ‘87

The Honorable Steve Bartlett,

Keenan S. Buoy, Washburn ‘82

Dr. Jeffrey A. Cooper,

Mark R. Fabere, Iowa State ‘80

Texas-Austin ‘71

Donald A. Burgio, Rensselaer ‘89

Rensselaer ‘76

Marc D. Ferguson, Bradley ‘84

Matthew Barton

David F. Burgstahler, Kansas ‘90

Brian J. Corvino, Moravian ‘02

Roger R. Festa, Ph.D., FAIC,

Thomas A. Barton, Loras ‘89

Frank E. Butterfield, Jr.,

Phillip A. Cox, Indiana ‘84

Truman State ‘72

Richard E. Batten,

Southern California ‘83

Judge Mitchell G. Crane,

Patrick J. Fontana,

James Madison ‘83

Dr. J. Grant Buttram, Jr.,

West Chester ‘77

Truman State ‘94

Matthew D. Beck, Iowa ‘90

North Carolina State ‘93

Edward E. Dahlkamp,

L. Kent Fowler, Evansville ‘85

Clark H. Byrum, Sr., Indiana ‘57

San Diego State ‘63

Southern Mississippi ‘12

Gregory P. Barra,


Stanley G. Freimuth,

Evan C. Gremillion,

Conrad W. Hewitt, Illinois ‘58

Kenneth R. Hunt, Jr.,

Edward A. Kaplan,

Kevin M. Kwoka,

Dorothy Mackie

Riley S. Mieth, Missouri S&T ‘08

Washington ‘70

Oregon State ‘09

Kent B. Hickman, Colorado ‘61

Wake Forest ‘87

Connecticut ‘88

San Diego State ‘11

Billy D. Maddalon,

Roger A. Mermelstein,

Lucas A. Freudenburg,

Gary E. Griffith, Texas-Austin ‘70

Michael D. Hurst,

Fred E. Karlinsky,

Timothy P. Lambert,

North Carolina State ‘90

Miami (Florida) ‘87

Western Michigan ‘05

Melvin H. Haas, Cincinnati ‘62

Missouri S&T ‘74

Miami (Florida) ‘89

Cal State-Long Beach ‘90

Kenneth S. Maddox,

Gregory A. Miller, Tulane ‘10

Arthur J. Hurt, III, Davidson ‘88

Damon A. Keeble, Drake ‘08

Joseph W. Langella, Jr.,

Oregon State ‘75

Garry C. Kief,

Connecticut ‘83

Daniel Moore, Loras ‘13

Kurtis M. Hutson, Kent State ‘12

Kevin A. Maguire,

Southern California ‘70

John R. Lawson, II,

Michigan Tech ‘83

Clifford A. Kinnunen, Jr.,

Virginia Tech ‘75

Michael L. Mann,

SIU-Edwardsville ‘77

Shane T. Lay,

Southern California ‘78

G. Wayne Knupp, Jr.,

California-Santa Barbara ‘12

Paul J. Marcus,

Huntingdon ‘95

Andrew P. Lemens, Drake ‘08

Lawrence Tech ‘87

Frank T. Ko, Pepperdine ‘97

Stephen O. Leonard,

Keane Mayer, Indiana ‘13

Kreth J. Koehler,

North Carolina ‘76

Reginald M. Maynigo, IIT ‘05

Rhode Island ‘13

Central Arkansas ‘92

F. Whitaker Leonhardt,

Patrick T. Murphy,

Kevin J. Koerner, Wisconsin ‘84

Georgetown ‘07

Daniel T. McCaulley, Arkansas Tech ‘11

Northeastern ‘10

Jason J. McGill, Vanderbilt ‘08

Douglas M. Nabhan, Purdue ‘77

Shawn McKenna, Maine ‘77

Matthew D. Nabhan,

Indiana Tech ‘88

J. Phillip McKnight, Arkansas ‘81

Colorado ‘13

Daniel K. Liu,

David M. McLaughlin,

Southern Methodist ‘08

Minnesota ‘92

Richard G. Long, Jr.,

William McLaughlin

Colorado State ‘79

Daniel W. McVeigh,

Christopher P. Lynch,

Texas Wesleyan ‘90

Northeastern ‘07

Daniel R. McWilliams,

R. Clayton Funk, Washburn ‘93

Thomas E. Hill, Richmond ‘64 Joshua D. Hodnichak,

Brandan A. Haines,

Case Western ‘10

Johnson L. Garrett, Jr.,

Indiana Tech ‘99

Syracuse ‘88

Steve I. Hofstetter,

Charles E. Haldeman,

Columbia ‘02

Virgil D. Hydes, Lamar ‘73

Jeffrey C. Gates,

Dartmouth ‘70

Wichita State ‘89

Gregory S. Hogan,

Seth D. Irby, Louisiana State ‘11

Dr. Edward H. Hammond,

James Madison ‘09

Peter P. Gencarelli,

Emporia State ‘66

Ryan P. Jacobsen, San Diego ‘00

Central Missouri ‘75

Jonathan A. Holland,

Troy D. Hanson, Valparaiso ‘02

George Washington ‘02

Bret M. Harrell,

Alexander B. Holt, Monmouth ‘12

Nebraska-Omaha ‘12

Richard L. Hoover, Trine ‘71

Bayard V. Gennert, Case Western ‘02

John M. George, Auburn ‘76 Cory S. Gerdes, Northwestern ‘92

Bert J. Harris, III, Florida ‘74

C. Bryce Giesler, Tennessee ‘82

The Honorable Michael B. Harris, Cal State-San Jose ‘62

Glenn T. Gnirrep, Rutgers ‘82

Charles S. Hartig, Drake ‘07

Mitchell E. Goldich, Lehigh ‘09

John W. Hartman, Missouri ‘61

Brett A. Gough,

Bruce H. Hasenkamp,

Wisconsin-Platteville ‘03

Dartmouth ‘60

Gregg R. Gowanloch,

Jamar M. Hawkins,

Georgia Southern ‘96

Lynchburg ‘04

Jamieson D. Gray, Illinois ‘12

Carey E. Heckman,

Dr. Michael A. Green, California-Berkeley ‘62

Dartmouth ‘76

Jeffrey O. Henley, California-Santa Barbara ‘66

Daniel McCaulley and fiancée Charlotte Moore at 2013 Board of Governors Dinner, Dallas Cowboys Stadium.

Rishi K. Jain, Case Western ‘11 Christopher R. Jarvis, Rhode Island ‘92

Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D.,

Jeffrey T. Horan,

Florida International ‘90

North Carolina State ‘11

David J. Jenkins,

H. Lorenz Horn, Florida ‘56

Colorado State ‘64

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

Todd E. Johns, Minnesota ‘98 Brent E. Johnson,

Richard S. Howell, Baker ‘74

Northwest Missouri ‘84

Donald W. Hudler,

Columbus L. Johnson, Jr.,

Ohio Wesleyan ‘56

Sacramento Sate ‘85

Gary L. Huff, Central Arkansas ‘91

Michael C. Josephson,

James R. Huffines, Texas-Austin ‘73

California-Irvine ‘07

Andrew G. Hughes, Vermont ‘11 Jordan Hunt, Utah State ‘13

Bryan J. Kaminski, Johns Hopkins ‘06

David J. Kohl, Miami (Florida) ‘87 William K. Komperda, Monmouth ‘81

George J. Koperna, Jr., West Virginia ‘91

Mark S. Krzywonos, Northern Kentucky ‘84

RADM Charles R. Kubic, CEC, USN, Lehigh ‘72 Jonathan J. Kucera, Virginia ‘69

Michael R. Lincoln, Southeast Missouri State ‘84

Paul H. Litcher,

Texas Tech ‘87

Michael K. Moore, Arizona State ‘91

Billy M. Morgan, Jr., Memphis ‘71

Salvatore A. Moschelli, Lawrence Tech ‘00

Shawn T. Mullen,

Norman E. Nabhan, CIMA, Purdue ‘71

Benjamin Nahrstadt, Indiana ‘16

Bradley C. Nahrstadt, Monmouth ‘89

Christopher P. Nations, Central Arkansas ‘94

I donate to Sigma Phi Epsilon as a small token of appreciation for everything this Fraternity did for me as an undergraduate, and everything it continues to do for me to this day. SigEp provided me with once in a lifetime opportunities like Ruck and the Tragos Quest to Greece, and the experiences I’ve had, along with the knowledge I’ve gained along the way, could never be qualified with any amount of money. Even as a young professional with limited disposable income, I find a way to help give back to the Fraternity that has given me so much. With donations like mine, I hope that SigEp can continue to provide opportunities to undergraduates for many generations to come.” —Daniel McCaulley, Arkansas Tech ‘11 To learn more, visit sigep.org/boardofgovernors

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

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Michael J. Neary, CFA,

Robert L. Pierce, Illinois ‘81

Murl R. Richardson, Jr.,

Andrew D. Schneider,

D. Reid Snellenbarger,

Adam B. Stoltz,

Brandon Tsubaki,

Richard A. Wiklund, Jr.,

Northern Illinois ‘90

Ryan M. Pirtle, Iowa State ‘06

Texas A & M ‘76

Colorado ‘06

Purdue ‘98

Washington in St. Louis ‘99

CalPoly -Pomona ‘06

Richmond ‘89

Christopher R. Plaut, Duke ‘84

James F. Rippey, Oregon ‘53

John A. Schuyler,

Minyoung Sohn, Dartmouth ‘98

John D. Stumpf, Evansville ‘71

John K. Tyler, Texas-Austin ‘63

Kelly L. Williams, Tennessee ‘92

Brad D. Polzar,

Jay J. A. Rivera, Babson ‘99

Western Michigan ‘00

Jason C. Somrock,

Daniel Sullivan, WPI ‘12

Ms. Mary Beth Tyler

Michael C. Williams,

Alex K. Scull,

Minnesota ‘02

Terrence R. Sullivan, M.D.,

Stephen C. Valente,

Memphis ‘69

Westminster ‘12

Jeffrey J. Somrock,

California-Davis ‘68

Middle Tennessee State ‘96

Billy J. Wilson,

Adam W. Seiber,

Minnesota ‘05

Peter M. Varney, Davidson ‘96

Tennessee Wesleyan ‘54

Murray State ‘02

Steven H. Sutow, Esq.,

B. Andrew Speed,

Rider ‘00

Michael T. Selby,

Arkansas ‘81

John-Conrad G. Villacorte,

Eastern Michigan ‘02

Kyle F. Sutton, Cincinnati ‘12

Cal State -Fullerton ‘01

Brady D. Wolfe, Drake ‘09

James P. Spellman, II,

Jonathan H. Shanklin,

Texas Tech ‘90

Gregory C. Swain,

Renato G. Villacorte,

David R. Wolverton,

Valparaiso ‘08

Central Missouri ‘85

CalPoly -Pomona ‘91

Texas-Arlington ‘85

Jason M. St. John,

Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D.,

Maryland-College Park ‘94

Scott S. Swedberg, Elon ‘11

Devon B. Walker, Pepperdine ‘12

Murray State ‘70

Sheehan Z. A. Walker,

The Honorable Archer L. Yeatts, III, Richmond ‘64

Ehren J. Stanhope, Tulane ‘05

Timothy R. Swift, Babson ‘96 Scott R. Swisher, Purdue ‘79

Virginia Commonwealth ‘11

Clinton M. Young,

Christopher C. Walters,

Arkansas State ‘84

Pepperdine ‘03

Eric Young, Tennessee ‘95

Reiki A. Ward,

Stephen L. Young, Kansas ‘80

Alaska-Anchorage ‘03

John E. Zollinger, Jr., Lehigh ‘57

Kent C. Nelson, Ball State ‘59 Ryan R. Nimtz, Pharm.D., Drake ‘11

Brent A. Noyes, Southern California ‘74

William T. Oliver, Jr., Texas A & M ‘91

Brent J. Osborn, Ohio State ‘09 Duffy S. Oyster, North Texas ‘69 Joshua A. Paine, Cal State -San Bernardino ‘12

Derek L. Pardee, SUNY-Buffalo ‘83

Andrew J. Parrish, Georgia ‘13 Matthew S. Parrish, Georgia ‘08 Trent A. Patterson, Wichita State ‘10

Daniel G. Paulus, NYU ‘99

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Wisconsin-Platteville ‘07

Caleb S. Roberts,

John A. Porreca, Philadelphia ‘71

Austin Peay State ‘10

Joe B. Poston, Wichita State ‘73 Christopher W. H. Prall, Case Western ‘01

Jeffrey R. Prather,

Douglas S. Roberts, Pennsylvania ‘83

Mrs. Teddi I. Robeson Marcus P. Robinson, Dayton ‘99

Ball State ‘99

William M. Rochfort, Jr.,

Malcolm R. Pressgrove,

San Diego ‘04

Memphis Lambuth ‘77

Hans G. Roderich, Illinois ‘88

Jeffrey D. Prouty, Iowa State ‘79

J. Darren Rodgers, Georgia ‘84

Jonathan D. Shoemaker,

James E. Pruitt, Jr.,

Matthew C. Rodrigue, Maine ‘04

WPI ‘09

Georgia Tech ‘56

The Honorable David J. Roman, Cornell ‘73

Arthur J. Siccardi, Florida ‘98

Michael Rainier,

Kevin S. Rooker, Texas Tech ‘80

Wisconsin-Platteville ‘02

Austin Peay State ‘14

Todd A. Ruberg, Oregon ‘82

Colonel William G. Sikes, Jr.,

Gregory J. Pusinelli, Indiana ‘80

Wendell G. Rakosky,

Robert A. Pedersen,

Baldwin Wallace ‘78

Nebraska-Omaha ‘71

Michael D. Repasky,

Kurt T. Phares, Nebraska ‘79

Ohio State ‘08

Scott W. Phillips, Jr.,

Maurice L. Richards, Jr.,

Ohio State ‘05

Tulsa ‘51

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Mrs. Frank E. Rutherford Christopher J. Sacra, Jacksonville ‘98

Keith L. Sapp, Wyoming ‘03 Mark A. Schmid, Detroit ‘81

Matthew W. Sides,

East Tennessee State ‘57

Jared G. Sisley, Toledo ‘07 Rodney L. Smart, Sacramento Sate ‘77

Ronald D. Smith, San Diego State ‘69

Paul T. Steffens, Jr., Thiel ‘70 Charles A. Stegman, Colorado ‘81

Thomas K. Stempel, M.D., Thiel ‘69

Richard M. Stepanovic, Michigan ‘12

Joshua L. Stewart, Lamar ‘03 Lee W. Stewart,

Brian P. Tahmoush, Miami (Florida) ‘90

Dr. Stephen J. Taylor, Tennessee Wesleyan ‘76

Kevin W. Teets, Jr.,

Brian C. Warren, Jr., Virginia ‘04

Tennessee-Martin ‘06

Alex Wasilewski, Maine ‘78

Thomas J. Teson, Drexel ‘12

Patrick B. Welborne,

John R. Thomas, Arkansas ‘86

Texas-Arlington ‘91

Virginia Commonwealth ‘10

Zariel J. Toolan, Columbia ‘01

Dale A. Werts, Baker ‘84

Philip E. Stieg, Wisconsin ‘74

William G. Tragos,

Ryan C. Wheatley, Oregon ‘07

Washington in St. Louis ‘56

Chad S. Whipple, Drake ‘03

Victor K. Wilson, Georgia ‘82


Anthony C. Balestrieri, George Washington ‘03

W. H. and Callie Anne Clark with the brothers of North Carolina State.

Christopher L. Bittman, Colorado ‘85 Clark H. Byrum, Sr., Indiana ‘57 Chad H. Carlson, CFP, Baylor ‘95 W. H. Clark, North Carolina State ‘56 James L. Clayton, Tennessee ‘57

LEGACY SOCIETY

John M. Corby, Arizona State ‘74 Phillip A. Cox, Indiana ‘84 Bryan D. Coy, Wright State ‘93 Mark W. Davis, Nebraska ‘90 Wallace C. Doud, Wisconsin ‘48 Michael A. Farley, Jr., Indiana ‘92 Mrs. Lenora Galbreath, Illinois ‘48 John R. Grayson, Purdue ‘46 John W. Hartman, Missouri ‘61 H. Lorenz Horn, Florida ‘56

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 plan. Legacy Society donors have documented planned gifts on file with the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation.

Donald W. Hudler, Ohio Wesleyan ‘56 Arthur J. Hurt, III, Davidson ‘88 Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D., Florida International ‘90 Michael C. Kearney, Sr., Missouri S&T ‘61 Garry C. Kief, Southern California ‘70 Robert L. Klingenburg, Fairleigh Dickinson ‘74 Frank T. Ko, Pepperdine ‘97 Timothy P. Lambert, Cal State-Long Beach ‘90 Andrew C. Land, Clemson ‘04 Jeffrey E. Lenci, Montana ‘63 Paul H. Litcher, Indiana Tech ‘88 Shawn McKenna, Maine ‘77 Kevin A. O’Connor, Loras ‘88 Charles G. Raines, Sam Houston ‘64 Maurice L. Richards, Jr., Tulsa ‘51 Marcus P. Robinson, Dayton ‘99 Maurice D. Rohleder, Evansville ‘58 Joseph E. Rooney, Oregon ‘44 Morris W. Rowland, Iowa State ‘47 A. J. Scribante, Kansas State ‘56 Steven F. Stockmeyer, Michigan ‘63 Howard E. Teagarden, Kansas State ‘43

Early in my college years at NC State University, SigEp invited me to become a member. That occasion turned out to be one of the most treasured steps of my life. I say one, since the best was to pursue and capture that real love of my life, Callie Anne. Over the years we have been blessed to experience countless personal and business experiences. Along the way we have been blessed to share our fortune with various organizations such as SigEp, colleges, churches, museums and other organizations. Underlying all this, I frequently realize that SigEp and the things it taught me have been invaluable. Qualities such as honesty, integrity, ambition, loyalty, and fraternity have always been an integral part of my life.” —W. H. Clark, North Carolina State ’56

E. Scott Thompson, II, Southern Mississippi ‘99 William G. Tragos, Washington in St. Louis ‘56 Charles N. White, Jr., Western Michigan ‘62

The generosity of W. H. and Callie Anne Clark’s planned gift will allow them to pass on these values to young SigEps for generations to come.

Michael C. Williams, Memphis ‘69 John S. Witemeyer, III, Rutgers ‘55

To learn more, visit sigep.org/legacy

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YOUR SUPPORT

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, 2013 and June 30, 2014.* 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) $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)

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 2014 to create more clarity and consistency moving forward.

*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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$250-$599 Carl D. Edem ‘75  James K. Smith, III ‘68 $1-$249 Andrew M. Cryar ‘14 Richard W. Dean ‘66  Robert W. Harrison, Jr. ‘55  John M. Monte ‘88 J. Robert Murphy, Jr. ‘80 Thurman C. Pace, Jr. ‘48  Dr. Frank R. Parsons, Jr. ‘90 J. Douglas Riddle, II ‘73  Dr. Leonard L. Walls ‘67 John R. Wright ‘64

$1-$249 Jerry D. Augsburger ‘60  Brock Frazer ‘17  Larry W. McIntire ‘71  Dr. Don L. Park ‘61  Glenn A. Stamm ‘70 Dan M. Van Treese, Sr. ‘66

Nathan A. Smith ‘15  Robert J. Thorndike ‘89  Dr. Richard M. Tilimon ‘77 Todd R. Urmanic ‘88 Michael J. Vank ‘69 Ralph M. Wells ‘57 James W. West ‘64 

Barton

Bradley

Auburn-Montgomery

Baylor

$1-$249 Brian P. Aehnlich ‘83

$600-$1,199 Chad H. Carlson, CFP ‘95  $1-$249 Coburn A. Buxton, Jr. ‘84  David C. Dooley ‘89  Grant K. Parish, D.D.S. ‘85

Austin Peay State

“We’re so impressed with the caliber of men and amazing new programs SigEp has. Supporting SigEp and going to events is a family affair for us!” –Dave, Minnesota ’92,

$600-$1,199 Wynn C. Echols ‘69  $250-$599 Clayton E. Boles ‘70 Mark S. Hierbaum ‘72 Edwin M. Salmon ‘86 $1-$249 Ernest A. Fite ‘68  James C. Harvey, Jr. ‘97 Robert L. Holman ‘69 Paul T. Johnson ‘71 William A. Menas, II ‘15 J. Patrick Meyer, Jr. ‘65  Michael R. Park ‘98 Robert R. Pope ‘57  Samuel R. Sparks ‘71 Michael S. Symms ‘69 Russell S. Terry, Jr. ‘09 Christopher J. Van Steenberg ‘92

Alaska-Anchorage $1,200-$1,900 Reiki A. Ward ‘03  

American $250-$599 J. David Teitelman ‘07 $1-$249 Jacob F. Bell ‘16  Glenn Holmes ‘15  Phillip R. Lasser ‘13 

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Maxwell J. Marcucci ‘15  Joseph E. Pavel ‘08 Kevin R. Taub ‘15 

Appalachian State $1-$249 Christopher M. McCaw ‘03 

Arizona $1,200-$1,900 Robert A. Eckert ‘76  $250-$599 R. Gene Dewey ‘61  $1-$249 Wayne C. Benesch ‘64  Richard G. Guthrie ‘55 Tyler S. Patterson ‘81 Stephen W. Thomas ‘72

Arizona State $1,200-$1,900 Stephen T. Diltz ‘90  $600-$1,199 Michael K. Moore ‘91  $250-$599 Andrew J. Nelson ‘65 $1-$249 Robert J. Anderson ‘63  Logan Hartsock ‘17 Steven K. Lewis ‘82 Jerry A. Mitchell ‘86 Samuel J. Schulz ‘66 

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Babson $2,500-$4,999 Timothy R. Swift ‘96  $1,200-$1,900 Jay J. A. Rivera ‘99 

and Amber McLaughlin

Alabama

$1,200-$1,900 Christopher S. Drew ‘10  $600-$1,199 Michael Rainier ‘14  Caleb S. Roberts ‘10 

Arkansas

Baker

$2,500-$4,999 David T. Matchet ‘76  $1,200-$1,900 J. Phillip McKnight ‘81  B. Andrew Speed ‘81  John R. Thomas ‘86  $250-$599 James O. Graham ‘64  Archie B. Ryan, D.V.M. ‘83  James T. Womble ‘65  $1-$249 Cliff C. Cordes ‘80 Robert E. McCarley ‘65  John Rumbelow ‘16  Archie B. Ryan, Jr. ‘56

$1,200-$1,900 Richard S. Howell ‘74  Dale A. Werts ‘84  $1-$249 Stephen A. Dudley ‘64 Craig W. Hackett ‘76 J. Scott Loeb ‘94 Wayne A. Stewart ‘76 

Arkansas State $1,200-$1,900 Clinton M. Young ‘84 

Arkansas Tech $600-$1,199 Daniel T. McCaulley ‘11  $1-$249 Colten Matthews ‘16  Tyler Scott ‘16 

Auburn $2,500-$4,999 John M. George ‘76 

Baldwin Wallace $1,200-$1,900 Wendell G. Rakosky ‘78  $1-$249 Dr. Robert L. Frank ‘68  William E. Goette, Renaissance Richard R. Krisher ‘50  Dr. Richard C. Meyer ‘52  Richard B. Patterson ‘67  Charles R. Scott ‘59 Christopher M. Towne ‘68 Bruce R. Williams ‘71 

Ball State $1,200-$1,900 Maj. Matthew F. Boison ‘77  Kent C. Nelson ‘59  $600-$1,199 Jeffrey R. Prather ‘99  Timothy R. Wheeler ‘77 

$250-$599 R. Harrison Ward ‘79 $1-$249 Harold H. Hill ‘85  Phillip H. Warren ‘71

Belmont Abbey $1-$249 F. Joseph Feeney, Jr. ‘75 John M. Queenan ‘76

Bentley $250-$599 Thomas P. Alber ‘82  $1-$249 Allan E. Oram ‘81 Brian J. Shultz ‘80  Neal R. Zwicker ‘84

$1,901-$2,499 John M. Eber ‘73  Marc D. Ferguson ‘84  $1-$249 Dale E. Fredericks ‘65  Navid S. Kassam ‘14 Charles L. Pillsbury ‘68 John G. Plumley ‘66 John Sotiros ‘15  Jacob A. Von Holt ‘14 Martin H. Wozniak ‘78

Bucknell $1-$249 Paul N. Anderson ‘54 Joseph S. Boldry ‘54 John M. Claycomb ‘51 Otto H. Ferrari, Jr. ‘67  Richard E. Frazier, Jr. ‘74  John H. Hardenstine ‘59  Philip N. Hublitz ‘62 Joseph Levi, II ‘48  Cooper Mead ‘14 Robert H. Nagel ‘77  Charles W. North, V ‘06  Kevin J. Quindlen ‘15 Robert G. Smith ‘62 

Boston C. $1-$249 Jason A. Robinson ‘12

Buffalo State $1-$249 Edward F. Jones ‘96 

Boston University $1-$249 Edward W. Dooley, Jr. ‘66 William P. Nolan ‘52 Kyle R. Pellerin ‘15  Richard Ponte ‘57

Bowling Green State $1,200-$1,900 Scott T. Carr ‘97  $250-$599 Dr. Charles G. Eberly ‘63  Dr. Harald Vaher ‘89  $1-$249 Roger E. Akins ‘70  Brian M. Davenport ‘95 Corey M. Follick ‘98 Thomas R. Hillhouse ‘64  Hunter Marcuson ‘16  Jerry F. Milnor ‘61 Ronald D. Parthemore ‘73 William R. Peca ‘64 David J. Ruda ‘05 Leland G. Smith ‘70

Cal State-Chico $250-$599 Douglas K. MacAdams ‘76  $1-$249 David H. Fusi ‘72 Dr. Mahlon M. Hile ‘68  Mark A. Tomsic ‘85 

Cal State-Fullerton $1,200-$1,900 John-Conrad G. Villacorte‘01  $250-$599 Mashruf S. Ahmed ‘06

Cal State-Long Beach $250-$599 Timothy P. Lambert ‘90  $1-$249 Gregg S. Florence ‘68

Cal State-Northridge $250-$599 Brian R. Hubinger ‘01 

Cal StateSan Bernardino $250-$599 Joshua A. Paine ‘12  $1-$249 Jordan P. Cavendar ‘17  Cesar Fortuna ‘14  Jacob Weatherbie ‘15 

California-San Diego $1-$249 Joel K. Gutierrez ‘01

CaliforniaSanta Barbara

$1,200-$1,900 The Honorable Michael B. Harris ‘62  $250-$599 John A. Worthington ‘66  $1-$249 Stephen W. Betts ‘67 Donald R. Booher ‘62 John J. Haggerty ‘62 Daniel L. Lewis ‘67 Donn B. Murphy ‘66  Douglas J. Pavese ‘63 

$2,500-$4,999 Jeffrey O. Henley ‘66  $1,200-$1,900 Scott H. Carr ‘86  $600-$1,199 Shane T. Lay ‘12  $250-$599 Louis C. Bortz ‘52  $1-$249 David C. Diekmann ‘89 Mark W. Heinze ‘82 Joseph M. Kremer ‘12  Aaron Lavine ‘05 Glenn C. Pritchard ‘69 Paul Tappan ‘94 William R. Tiernay ‘52 

California-Berkeley

CalPoly-Pomona

$1,200-$1,900 Dr. Michael A. Green ‘62  $600-$1,199 Stephen L. Millich ‘63  $250-$599 Stuart G. Gould ‘59  Roderic W. Thomas ‘57  Dr. Donald E. Williams ‘64  $1-$249 David R. Berneman ‘06 Dr. Jerry T. Dowell ‘59 Sean D. Doyle ‘87  R. Terry Duryea ‘69  Jeffrey D. Forman ‘87 Frank J. Isola, Jr. ‘68 Dr. James A. Litsinger ‘64 Nolan M. McPeek-Bechtold ‘14  Fred C. Merriam ‘64 Trevor C. Nelson ‘04 Howard A. Schirmer, Jr. ‘63  Robert H. Zeller ‘48 

$1,200-$1,900 Brandon Tsubaki ‘06  Renato G. Villacorte ‘91  David R. Calderon ‘88  $250-$599 Kenneth J. Barker ‘91  Nate A. Khalil ‘92 Brian P. Kleinsmith ‘96  Jeffrey W. Schultz ‘04  $1-$249 Brian H. Daly ‘92  Geoffrey T. Hamill ‘92 Donald F. Putnam ‘68  Robert F. Ragland, Jr. ‘83 

Cal State-San Jose

California-Davis $1,200-$1,900 Terrence R. Sullivan, M.D. ‘68  $1-$249 James P. Finch ‘89  Sean E. Halligan ‘06 Lars C. Nelson ‘10

CalPoly-SLO $1-$249 Adam T. Icardo ‘96

Canisius $1-$249 Perry D. Figliotti ‘83 James P. Schnell ‘95

Carnegie Mellon $1,901-$2,499 Eric J. Chan ‘98  $1-$249 Gregory B. Blank ‘99 Keith A. Eich ‘02

California-Irvine $250-$599 Michael C. Josephson ‘07 

California-Riverside $250-$599 David A. Santos ‘14 $1-$249 Bryan R. Holcombe ‘12 Andrew V. Perkins ‘13

Carroll $1-$249 William G. Cross ‘49  Keith E. Letsche, Esq. ‘70 John Caroll

Case Western $1,200-$1,900 Christopher W. H. Prall ‘01 


$600-$1,199 Bayard V. Gennert ‘02  Joshua D. Hodnichak ‘10  Rishi K. Jain ‘11  $250-$599 Lawrence P. Colucci ‘96 Andrew R. Pozzuto ‘09 $1-$249 Brian J. Foss ‘01 Akash Menon ‘15  Michael Young ‘15 

Chicago

Central Arkansas

Cincinnati

$2,500-$4,999 Gary L. Huff ‘91  $1,200-$1,900 Kreth J. Koehler ‘92  $600-$1,199 Christopher P. Nations ‘94  $1-$249 Warren T. Readnour ‘90 

$25,000-$49,999 Melvin H. Haas ‘62  Maris Kuga ‘63  Paul L. Morris ‘64  $10,000-$24,999 Allen W. Harmann ‘62  $5,000-$9,999 Dr. Samir R. Patel ‘91  $2,500-$4,999 James C. Atkins ‘99  Michael A. Del Favero ‘03  Richard A. Durham, Jr. ‘65  $1,901-$2,499 Jon L. Larue ‘79  Robert C. Stewart ‘59  Timothy L. Timmel ‘70  $1,200-$1,900 Gary P. Lessis ‘83  $600-$1,199 David L. Allen ‘63  James G. Bokach ‘02  Robert E. Buerger ‘67  Kelly P. Conway ‘82  Lawrence D. Damron ‘68  Robert J. Day ‘71  Luke M. Gromen ‘99  Robert W. Meredith, Jr. ‘67  Gregory O. Miles ‘84  Kevin T. Smith ‘98  Roger A. Stateczny ‘92  David T. Stevenson ‘77  Kyle F. Sutton ‘12  Harold W. Thomas ‘53  Thomas E. Vick ‘69  Dr. R. Eric Weise ‘54  Hiram B. Wooton ‘08  $250-$599 John A. Abraham ‘77  Zachary R. Bryson ‘08  David J. Chris ‘94  Joel E. Eppley ‘98 William P. Freudenberger ‘63  Matthew R. Kingan ‘02 Daniel F. Lysaght ‘82 Michael S. Mills ‘04 Timothy J. Quackenbush ‘08 Christopher P. Schneider ‘83  $1-$249 James F. Benner ‘52 James S. Bowman ‘52 Rudolf Bredenbeck ‘54 

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  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 Max D. Harper ‘71 Samuel J. Hihn ‘15  Tyler G. Laughlin ‘08 Taylor K. Swager ‘14 

Charleston (South Carolina) $250-$599 Michael M. Carriere ‘10  $1-$249 C. Scott Manning ‘07 

Charleston (west VirginiA) $1-$249 Timothy P. Gallagher ‘83 Frank B. Mathews ‘68 Martin L. Valerio ‘73 

$1-$249 Joseph Dozier ‘11

Christopher Newport $1-$249 C. John Cahill ‘16  Bryan C. Gunst ‘11 Riley S. Little ‘13 T. Austin McKim ‘13 Henry W. O’Grady, IV ‘06

Gregory J. Cook ‘06 Sean C. Cosgrove ‘05  John L. Driver ‘55 Lee R. Duncan ‘83  Kent P. Friel ‘59 Ryan C. Hayes ‘05  Joshua C. Henderson ‘09 Sean C. Huff ‘09 Douglas G. Hughes ‘62 Robert C. Loesch ‘63  Gerald F. Ose ‘67 Robert G. Ruehl ‘63  Thomas R. Scheckelhoff ‘67 Paul H. Siegel ‘52 Michael T. Wolff ‘06 

Clarion $1-$249 Lawrence Brestensky ‘16  Gerald Bryan ‘12 Dustin M. DeFrancisis ‘14  Devin J. Forgey ‘16  Tucker Glover ‘16  Tyler R. Kitzmiller ‘14  Nathanael Niver ‘15  Lance A. Whitehead ‘16 

Clarkson $1,200-$1,900 Zachary A. Lessard ‘06  $600-$1,199 Matthew K. Fox ‘03 $250-$599 Brian R. Brostko ‘07 Michael A. St. Croix ‘09 

Clemson $1-$249 J. Calvin Aycock, Jr. ‘85 Thomas M. Hatcher ‘79 Rodney D. Hunt ‘83  R. Michael Lindler ‘72 Carlos Quintero ‘73  David V. Saitta ‘72 Jose A. Tarrio ‘89 Matthew J. Watkins ‘77 

Cleveland State $1-$249 Joseph V. Barna ‘78  David L. Huiett ‘66  Parker Keating ‘16  Charles B. Kovach ‘69 Ralph B. McNerney ‘71 William R. Schutte ‘71 Joseph G. Spagnuolo, Renaissance 

Coastal Carolina $1-$249 Taylor Conaty ‘14  R. Norman Evans ‘82  Michael B. Rogers ‘81

Colorado $25,000-$49,999 Kent B. Hickman ‘61   $5,000-$9,999 Fred M. Smoot ‘63  Jack B. Whitt ‘62  $1,200-$1,900 Christopher L. Bittman ‘85   Kevin M. Schmeits ‘85  Charles A. Stegman ‘81  $600-$1,199 James Bearns ‘84  Matthew D. Nabhan ‘13  Andrew D. Schneider ‘06  $1-$249 Charles N. Douglas ‘49 Dr. Christopher J. Gassman ‘04 Thomas M. Hall ‘81  Douglas S. Moore ‘85 Robert G. Shaw ‘83  Gary Vicari ‘76 George C. Young, Jr. ‘52

Colorado School of Mines $1-$249 Lawrence E. Barrett ‘50 Robert R. Cederstrom ‘60  Richard M. Diaz ‘07  Harold T. Hoak ‘53 Grant W. Kaster ‘00 Wallace McGregor, Jr. ‘52 Roland F. Pohler ‘57 John J. Zeman ‘56 

Colorado State $10,000-$24,999 John W. Clark ‘65  Gary B. Halley ‘60  $5,000-$9,999 David J. Jenkins ‘64  Breck K. Vassios ‘87  $1,901-$2,499 Richard G. Long, Jr. ‘79  Anthony M. Mauro ‘99  $1-$249 J. Tim Biddle ‘73  Ryan T. Garthright ‘10  Ross A. Hendrix ‘07 Michael F. Oettinger ‘08 Charles L. Simon ‘54 Sidney E. Simonson ‘93 John R. Sprengle, Jr. ‘57  Robert L. Warner ‘58  Frederic A. Woll ‘56

Columbia $5,000-$9,999 Zariel J. Toolan ‘01  $1,901-$2,499 Andrew M. Gonzalez ‘14  Thomas W. Russell ‘99  $1,200-$1,900 Steve I. Hofstetter ‘02 

Gregory T. Lembrich ‘00  $1-$249 Dr. Daniel J. Haders ‘01 Randy Subramany ‘11

Philip S. Inglee ‘59 Tharon L. Jack ‘61  Dr. George P. Morgan, Jr. ‘61 Donald F. Santamaria ‘62

$2,500-$4,999 The Honorable David J. Roman ‘73  $250-$599 Peter B. Dirlam ‘56  $1-$249 Randall E. Allen ‘05 Robert A. Cowie ‘55  Richard J. Evans ‘45 Robert M. Freeman ‘08 Gregory N. Mezey ‘09 Albert J. Rim ‘86 James H. Schoonmaker ‘74  Mitchell E. Stern, M.D. ‘76  Jesse E. Zwerling ‘16 

Herbert F. Philpott ‘85  $600-$1,199 Sean M. Anthony ‘06  David C. Barrow ‘94  William E. Brown ‘07 Ryan P. Donovan ‘96  Bruce H. Hasenkamp ‘60  Jay Miller ‘82  $250-$599 Kazi Kased Ahmed ‘07 Glenn L. Burdick ‘74  Jason M. DiMarino ‘97  Kevin M. Garland ‘07 Charles S. Mills, Jr. ‘57  James A. Ouellette ‘88  Juan S. Restrepo ‘07 Daniel S. Richman ‘95 Keith K. Schuricht ‘05 Derrick T. Smith ‘07 Michael Woodward ‘81 $1-$249 Douglas M. Antaya ‘78 W. Robert Brazelton, Ph.D. ‘56 Matthew A. Brown ‘05  William L. Burke, Jr. ‘76 Lawrence R. Dunn ‘81  Rob M. Fasani ‘98 John F. Felter ‘54 Stephen E. Geis ‘73 Alexander A. Hall ‘10 Michael F. Hansen ‘73 George C. Harrington ‘61  Peter A. H. Hasenkamp ‘98  Daniel S. Hassouni ‘05 Kyle M. Krater ‘07 Alexander C. Ou ‘07 Todd P. Piro ‘00 Dr. Derek G. Shendell ‘96 

Creighton

Davidson

Denver

$1-$249 Eric J. Christensen ‘96

$5,000-$9,999 Peter M. Varney ‘96  $600-$1,199 Arthur J. Hurt, III ‘88   $1-$249 Sawyer J. Hicks ‘14  Dr. Paul A. Horne, Jr. ‘79 Tait Jensen ‘16  Walter C. Joyce, Jr. ‘77  Philip A. Leonard ‘72  Michael K. Lorentsen ‘14 G. Michael Parsons, Jr. ‘08  Thomas M. Roth, III ‘83 Jacques L. Vauclain, III ‘90  Moffatt A. Ware, Jr. ‘56

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

Connecticut $2,500-$4,999 Edward A. Kaplan ‘88  $1,200-$1,900 Steven B. Chaneles ‘83  Joseph W. Langella, Jr. ‘83  $250-$599 Eric D. Muschlitz ‘92  Jonathan A. Plucker, Ph.D. ‘91 $1-$249 Robert A. Flynn ‘82  Robert J. Hennessey ‘63 Steven M. Kiel ‘72 Robert H. Saunders ‘63 William E. Wivell ‘85  Colonel Lynden E. Wordell ‘62 

Cornell

Culver Stockton $1-$249 Ronald W. Leftwich ‘64 

Dartmouth $5,000-$9,999 Carey E. Heckman, ‘76  David G. Pierce ‘77  Minyoung Sohn ‘98  Christopher S. Vale ‘95  Martin J. Weinstein ‘81  Mark M. Weld ‘76  $2,500-$4,999 John T. Bennett ‘96  Charles E. Haldeman ‘70  Samuel Reckford ‘83  $1,901-$2,499 Michael C. Chapman ‘76  Michael L. Kimmel ‘94  $1,200-$1,900 Joseph H. Hoffman ‘77 

Dayton $1,200-$1,900 Marcus P. Robinson ‘99  $600-$1,199 Christopher L. Bagi ‘06  $250-$599 Brian C. Inyart ‘9  $1-$249 Mr. Mark J. Smalley ‘91 

Delaware $250-$599 Paul W. Forbes ‘75  Michael A. Silverman, M.D. ‘88  $1-$249 Bruce S. Andrews ‘74  Perry F. Boone ‘70 Dr. Alfred B. Brown ‘59 Zachery C. Carter ‘73 James S. Dick ‘59 James W. Felch, M.D. ‘69  I. Barry Guerke, Esq. ‘70  Kevin L. Howard ‘90 Dr. William F. Maloney ‘68 Rev. Jack M. McKelvey ‘63 Timothy W. Peters ‘70 James H. Poole ‘72  Robert D. Schroeder ‘71 Melville F. Warren, Jr. ‘81 

Denison $1-$249 Dr. Thomas C. Masters, II ‘04

DePaul $1-$249 Oliver W. Debe ‘12

$5,000-$9,999 Eugene C. Schurg, Jr. ‘77  $250-$599 Brig. Gen. Robert M. Murdock ‘69  $1-$249 Peter H. Dougherty ‘75

Drexel $250-$599 Petros D. Pantelis ‘04 Thomas J. Teson ‘12  $1-$249 John L. Dougherty ‘05 Brian P. Kerrigan ‘05 Matthew S. Naab ‘07 Sean A. Soboloski ‘15 

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

Duke $5,000-$9,999 Christopher R. Plaut ‘84  $600-$1,199 Gerald R. Whitt, Esq. ‘72  $250-$599 Caleb H. Barnhardt, Jr. ‘62  Curtis R. Kimball ‘72  $1-$249 Paul C. Cronce, M.D. ‘54 Dr. John F. Few ‘51 Edwin J. Humphrey ‘80 Arthur W. Judd ‘52 Rev. B. Wayne Kinyon ‘58 Adam L. Nelson ‘09 John H. Orr ‘74 John F. Sacha, Esq. ‘70  Jesse W. St. Clair, III ‘75

Detroit $1,200-$1,900 Mark A. Schmid ‘81  $1-$249 Sheldon H. Moore, Jr. ‘63 Christopher M. Ortleib ‘00

Drake Davis & Elkins

E. Dean Swartzwelter ‘61  Brady D. Wolfe ‘09  $1-$249 William C. Berry ‘58  Jordan M. Bruns ‘10  Peter Elliott ‘13 Robert J. Goranson ‘69 Drew M. Gulley ‘05 Charles S. Hartig ‘07  Harold W. Higgs ‘49  Sam Laden ‘17  David W. Orris ‘68 

$600-$1,199 Tyler R. Boggess ‘10  Damon A. Keeble ‘08  Ryan R. Nimtz, Pharm.D. ‘11  Ronald L. Wheeler ‘63 Chad S. Whipple ‘03  $250-$599 Brian R. Jenkins ‘80 

East Carolina $1-$249 Wesse C. Ranes, III ‘67 

East Tennessee State $1,901-$2,499 Colonel William G. Sikes, Jr. ‘57  $1-$249 Denny H. Brewer, Jr. ‘54 Taylor Forbes ‘16  Christian Givens ‘17  Lt. Colonel L. Earl Holloman,‘59 George F. Legg ‘66

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Charles F. Peake ‘56 Mark W. Peterson ‘88 Earl W. Rogers, Jr. ‘71 Lucas Thibodeau ‘16  Robert E. Worthington ‘67 

East Texas State $1,200-$1,900 George R. Follis, Jr. ‘81  $600-$1,199 Howard L. Nycum ‘69  $1-$249 Paul R. Shaw ‘70

Eastern Illinois $1-$249 Keith J. Ryniak ‘96 

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

Eastern Washington $1-$249 Michael A. Evans ‘14

Elon $600-$1,199 Andrew C. Baker ‘06  Scott S. Swedberg ‘11  $1-$249 Emory E. Bolton, Jr. ‘76 David M. Dickerson ‘77

Rev. Mitchell C. Gieselman ‘78 Robert A. Graper ‘73 Scott J. Greene ‘99 Jerry L. Hochstetler ‘62  Robert W. Kuhlman ‘75  Clinton R. Meeks ‘06 Kurt G. Shepherd ‘98 Donald J. Thompson, II ‘87 

Fairleigh Dickinson $1-$249 Robert L. Klingenburg ‘74

Francis Marion

Ferris State

$1-$249 Luther T. McMillan ‘75

$1-$249 Richard S. Bugajski ‘62 Robert C. Felton ‘65  Michael D. Hasler ‘16  George H. Montgomery ‘75 

$1-$249 Paul R. Addison ‘66  William V. Medbery ‘75  Burke P. Robinson ‘86

Georgia Southern Fort Hays State $1-$249 Aaron M. Alexander ‘98 Austin Tatro ‘16 

$600-$1,199 Gregg R. Gowanloch ‘96  $250-$599 J. Bryan Birdsong ‘00 $1-$249 Dr. David A. Denmark ‘80  J. Ryan Gartin ‘10 Wesley Heinrichs‘16  Adam R. Weaver ‘96

Fresno State $1-$249 Anthony A. Mindt ‘15 

Georgia State $1-$249 David F. Blau ‘79 

George Mason Florida $5,000-$9,999 Bert J. Harris, III ‘74  $1,200-$1,900 Douglas J. Band ‘95  H. Lorenz Horn ‘56  Arthur J. Siccardi ‘98  $250-$599 V. John Brook, Jr., P.A. ‘68  $1-$249 Patrick C. Comiskey ‘88 Michael B. Eisen ‘11 Frank A. Gagliardi ‘48 Paul H. Grigsby ‘63  Robert E. Knapp ‘54 Matthew B. Sloan ‘09  James W. Williamson, M.D. ‘50

Emporia State

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Dennis E. Nickle ‘61  Paul W. Norton, Jr., USAF, Ret. ‘64  Randall N. Vitale ‘99 Leslie J. Williams ‘51 

$1,200-$1,900 Dr. Edward H. Hammond ‘66  $1-$249 Thomas C. Bell ‘66 Michael H. Burnett ‘61 M. Wayne Davidson ‘54 David L. Larrick ‘63 Raymond L. Rentfro ‘61 Philip W. Rogers ‘57 Jon K. Tolson ‘69 Leon A. Torkelson ‘65 

Florida Atlantic

Evansville

Florida Southern

$1,200-$1,900 David T. Bertorello ‘89  L. Kent Fowler ‘85  $250-$599 Major Frederick E. Barton ‘66  John D. Stumpf ‘71  $1-$249 Gary Ahrens ‘59 Taylor Allen ‘16  T. Bryan Altheide ‘85 Timothy B. Breeding ‘86 David A. Buckman ‘58 Paul S. Ensign ‘76

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

$250-$599 Joseph M. Baird ‘07  $1-$249 Richard I. Litsky ‘98

Florida International $5,000-$9,999 Thomas B. Jelke, Ph.D. ‘90  $1,200-$1,900 James N. Horst, D.O. ‘92 

Florida State $1-$249 Peter M. Goldman ‘67 J. Michael Hipps ‘70 Michael S. Horowitz ‘92 Douglas J. McCrea ‘68 Norbert Ming ‘15 

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$600-$1,199 Major Mark W. Hamilton ‘86  $250-$599 Jeffrey T. Hunter ‘88  P. Sean Leahey ‘96  James E. McConville ‘85 

George Washington $1,200-$1,900 Anthony C. Balestrieri ‘03  $600-$1,199 Jonathan A. Holland ‘02  $1-$249 Kevin T. Barnett ‘04  Jonathan D. Fraade ‘80  Frederick J. Gauvreau ‘62 Samuel I. Golub ‘16  William A. Peri ‘16  Benjamin A. Snyder ‘09 Hans W. Zassenhaus ‘63

Georgetown $600-$1,199 Taylor L. Barnett ‘08 F. Whitaker Leonhardt ‘07  $1-$249 Alexander J. Audino ‘11 Yaw Ayim-Aboagye ‘10 Matthew D. Breen ‘10 Matthew W. Hamblin ‘15 Gary Li ‘12 Michael S. Manuccia ‘07 Jeffrey D. Wray ‘11

Georgia $10,000-$24,999 J. Darren Rodgers ‘84  $600-$1,199 Andrew J. Parrish ‘13  Matthew S. Parrish ‘08  Jonathan G. Poole, Jr. ‘13  $250-$599 Kevin E. Shumaker ‘84 

Georgia Tech $2,500-$4,999 James E. Pruitt, Jr. ‘56  $1-$249 Kerry A. Baker ‘71 Victor M. Farinas ‘84 Harold B. Hildenbrand, Jr. ‘81  Jonathan B. MacDonald ‘98 Douglas K. Tucker ‘84  Albert J. Turner, Jr. ‘60 

Grand Valley State $250-$599 Christopher C. Longstreet, Renaissance  $1-$249 John P. Fitzgerald ‘85

Henderson State $1-$249 John L. Davis ‘70  Gabe P. Moorman ‘72 William T. Newberry ‘71 John W. Smith, Jr. ‘68 

Simon F. Hornick ‘13  Travis G. Kelley ‘13  Robert C. Lazar ‘69 Carlos M. Leal ‘13  Tianheng Luo ‘16  Brian Masinag ‘17  Joe E. McManus ‘67 Christopher J. Mejia ‘13  Stephen R. Montalvo ‘13  Sunil K. Motwani ‘14  Shane Mukherjee ‘15  James A. Muncy ‘14  Joshua Narabal ‘16  Mark Ngo‘17  Ryan Ngo ‘16  Aaron Patton ‘17  Manual Dasilva Quiroz ‘15  John Puente ‘16  Craig Putman ‘15  Rance Quisenberry ‘17  Darren H. Randle ‘12  Adam Reichstein ‘17  Robert Reno ‘15  Aaron Rodriguez ‘13  Michael Rodriguez ‘17  Osman Rodriguez ‘17  Alejandro Rojas ‘15  Julius Sanchez ‘16  Ethan P. Tucker ‘14  Kirby M. White ‘14  Sean Wood ‘16  Rolando Gabriel Yabut ‘15 

Huntingdon $1,200-$1,900 G. Wayne Knupp, Jr. ‘95  $250-$599 Gene M. Pope ‘88 $1-$249 Joe D. Read ‘88 James N. Robinson ‘04

Idaho $1-$249 Gregory M. Contreras ‘07 

High Point

Hans G. Roderich ‘88  $250-$599 Cameron M. Blaydes ‘12  Anthony R. Ebbole ‘91  $1-$249 William C. Boudreau ‘40 Vance L. Fraley ‘56  Lyman E. Goss ‘56 Paul W. Hart ‘80 Edward D. Jenkins ‘62 Darrell G. Kahl ‘58 Michael J. Klein ‘91 Larry U. Larson ‘56 James R. McGreevy ‘69  Joseph V. Norvell ‘91 Michael J. Samonds ‘93 Marshall R. Seese, Sr. ‘65 Ivan P. Sue ‘73 Peter M. Wallner ‘71

Illinois State $250-$599 Mark A. Cassata ‘08 

$2,500-$4,999 William E. Becker ‘72  Gregory J. Pusinelli ‘80  $1,200-$1,900 Clark H. Byrum, Sr. ‘57  Phillip A. Cox ‘84  $600-$1,199 Keane Mayer ‘13  Benjamin Nahrstadt ‘16  $250-$599 Gregory E. Bliss ‘84  $1-$249 John W. Applegate, M.D. ‘54 Stephen E. Bishop ‘76 Matthew J. Bradford ‘93 Matthew Cornacchione, II ‘67  John R. Fiala ‘57  Robert J. Hanrahan, III ‘77  Herbert J. Hoppe, Jr. ‘50  Thomas M. Malone ‘61 Roger H. Yule ‘66 

Idaho State $1-$249 Robert L. Kirkpatrick ‘60 

Indiana-Purdue-Ft. Wayne

Houston

IIT

$1-$249 Keith A. Bentz ‘85

$1-$249 Arbaaz Ali ‘14  Stratton Berlin‘17  Ricardo B. Castillo ‘13  Jordan Cruz ‘16  Brett Edleman ‘16  Kyle E. Ferguson‘17  Luke Fontenot ‘15  Jonathan D. Garcia ‘17  Justin P. Gross ‘15  Donald E. Heard ‘93  Michael Hernandez ‘17  Blake Heslep ‘17 

$1,200-$1,900 Steven J. Bonifas ‘80  Reginald M. Maynigo ‘05  $1-$249 David E. Lourie, P.E., R.B.P. ‘79 

$1,901-$2,499 Christopher S. Dillion ‘03  $1,200-$1,900 Robert L. Pierce ‘81  $600-$1,199 Jamieson D. Gray ‘12 

$1,200-$1,900 Brandan A. Haines ‘99  Paul H. Litcher ‘88  $1-$249 Lawrence E. Bott ‘67  Thomas J. Hays ‘78 John A. Sims ‘94

David A. Fulghum ‘68  Robert S. Hanser ‘78  Ryan M. Pirtle ‘06  Thomas P. Simonson ‘95  Robert K. Wilhelm ‘64  $250-$599 William P. Bancroft ‘60  Bruce R. Barta ‘62  Lt. Anthony P. Callanan, Retired ‘63  Bryce D. Carlson ‘95  Edward H. Hawks ‘76  Alan L. Jenkins ‘75  Robert B. Jones ‘61  Mark W. Leonard ‘79  Paul L. Peterson ‘77  Daniel R. Salmon ‘58  $1-$249 Clifford R. Boldt ‘77  Morgan L. Hampel ‘14  Galen D. Jackson ‘46 Marcus B. Johnson ‘11 Haynes R. Lagerquist ‘42  Gary A. Lundgren ‘78 John A. Newton, III ‘65 Artemas R. Roberts ‘62 John K. Scott ‘52 Roger F. Sellew ‘59  Jerold D. Smart ‘61 Eric J. Stroud ‘06 Todd A. Tierney ‘90

Iowa

Iowa Wesleyan

$1,901-$2,499 Matthew D. Beck ‘90  $250-$599 David R. Persa ‘03  $1-$249 Scott E. Alford ‘97  Robert L. Bauer ‘63  Ryan C. Braun ‘00 Jack J. Holmes ‘64  Richard C. Park ‘47

$1-$249 Donald P. Kellar ‘51

Indiana Tech Indiana

$1-$249 Robert O. Dockery ‘57 Robert L. Foster ‘58

Illinois

Mark D. Fleeman ‘82 Wayne C. Hasselbrinck ‘64  Joshua Hood ‘12 Richard H. Ice ‘86 Richard A. Jones ‘68  William B. Kemper ‘59 Eric T. Lantz ‘95 Jason Marshall Kevin J. McClure ‘12 Dr. Dale F. McKee ‘57 Andrew R. Orman ‘03 Robert W. Puma ‘98 Luke Schingel ‘17 Dr. William A. Schroeder, Renaissance John J. Selbe, II ‘16 Justin D. Shireman ‘06 Patrick Steller ‘10 Michael R. Ventura ‘67 John C. Walker ‘58 Michael A. Williamson ‘66  Dr. James L. Wittenauer ‘59 

Indiana State $5,000-$9,999 Norman J. Young ‘64  $1,200-$1,900 Dr. Keith A. Hall ‘58  $250-$599 Michael J. Goodin, Jr. ‘89 Trent N. Roberts ‘98  Craig A. Williams, AAE ‘93  $1-$249 Robert C. Brown ‘78 Brian A. Delaney ‘90 

Iowa State $25,000-$49,999 Mark R. Fabere ‘80  $10,000-$24,999 Gary E. Sutton ‘64  $5,000-$9,999 Robert E. Jester ‘62  Jeffrey D. Prouty ‘79  $2,500-$4,999 Eric T. Crowell ‘80  Thomas H. Huston ‘51  Commander Robert E. Palmer, USN ‘62  $1,901-$2,499 Jack F. McGuire ‘63  $1,200-$1,900 Theodore T. Yungclas ‘80  $600-$1,199 William G. Bathe ‘79  Scott P. Fabere ‘77 

Ithaca $1-$249 Simy M. Solomon ‘96

Jacksonville $1,200-$1,900 Michael K. Brand ‘84  $600-$1,199 Christopher J. Sacra ‘98  Omar J. Sanchez ‘01 $1-$249 Dan R. Alexander ‘83 

Jacksonville State $600-$1,199 Lt. Colonel John D. Hopson ‘91 

James Madison $1,901-$2,499 Richard E. Batten ‘83  $250-$599 Michael L. Boylan ‘78 William W. Polen, Jr. ‘78  $1-$249 Clyde E. Findley, Esq. ‘78 Gregory S. Hogan ‘09  Barry M. Koski ‘86 Charles S. Smith ‘71


Ronald L. Snyder, Jr. ‘80 Jason Tayloe ‘12 A. Robert Weatherwax ‘84

Johns Hopkins $2,500-$4,999 Bryan J. Kaminski ‘06  $250-$599 Douglas C. Fullerton ‘04  $1-$249 John C. Catlin, Jr. ‘69  Dr. John J. Firpo, Jr. ‘64 David P. Fitzgerald ‘79  Dr. James J. Jaeger ‘69 Robert K. Johnston ‘68  C. Norman Krueger ‘63  Charles P. Lamm ‘44  Louis N. Pederson ‘53  John C. Smulian, M.D. ‘81 John G. Strauch ‘43

Kansas $1,200-$1,900 Stephen L. Young ‘80  $250-$599 Charles M. Adams ‘81 Benjamin D. Craig, Jr. ‘50  Thomas L. Gray ‘77  Harold J. Lamb ‘79 Brian B. Waletich ‘96 Delbert L. Williamson ‘60  $1-$249 William C. Bleish ‘78 John C. Cross ‘84 Samuel A. Gill ‘68 James J. Gray ‘84 William G. Hawes ‘53 Cameron Henry ‘15 John P. Killeen ‘88 Graham Naasz ‘15  Bill M. Perry ‘54 Philip C. Peterson, Sr. ‘52  Chris Pyle  Col. Richard L. Quinn, USA (Ret.) ‘65 Edward A. Samuelson ‘67 David M. Simpson ‘79  Ben D. Smith ‘81 Rodd D. Staker ‘66  Daniel H. Thompson ‘96 S. Thomas Wertz ‘71 

Kansas State $10,000-$24,999 John E. Clark ‘50  Rex E. Garrelts ‘68  $5,000-$9,999 Richard D. Shiney ‘52  $2,500-$4,999 Greg A. Pestinger ‘86  $250-$599 James H. Brass ‘57  $1-$249 Kevin Ahrens ‘12

Michael J. Doerfler ‘97  John A. Engelmann ‘61 John W. Everett ‘79  Phil D. Gilliland ‘59  Robert L. Main ‘59 Staley B. McDermet ‘66  Steven B. Pendergast ‘81  Dr. Patrick H. Pesci, Renaissance Ronald L. Pfister ‘62  Dr. David R. Reynolds ‘65  Paul S. Smith ‘52 Craig L. Stansberry ‘75 Travis J. Swanson ‘06  Howard E. Teagarden ‘43  Stanley N. Woodworth ‘75 

Kent State $600-$1,199 Kurtis M. Hutson ‘12  $250-$599 H. Wayne Anderson ‘61  Bruce E. Fusillo ‘70  $1-$249 James R. Miller ‘64 Graham A. Peters ‘64  Jon G. Pounds ‘57  Timothy J. Whitman ‘66 

Kentucky $1-$249 Onis V. Amos, Jr. ‘63  James R. Deye ‘75 Jack A. Kain ‘51 James C. McGary ‘60 William M. Samuels, Jr. ‘51  Roy E. Stone ‘50

Kentucky Wesleyan $1-$249 Joe S. Britton ‘91 Steven H. Mack ‘79 Rev. Jack C. Robinson, OFM ‘75

Lamar $2,500-$4,999 Thomas G. Allardyce ‘70  $1,200-$1,900 Larry D. Eastepp ‘80  Virgil D. Hydes ‘73  Joshua L. Stewart ‘03  $250-$599 James G. Crump ‘62  $1-$249 James T. Brumfield ‘65 Derrick E. Crayton, II ‘17  Jordan Johnson ‘15  Ruston C. Lewellen ‘15  William Schneider ‘16 

LaSalle $1-$249 Michael J. DeFlavia ‘96

Lawrence $1-$249 Bradford P. Aspgren ‘84 Dr. Herbert S. Ormsbee ‘70 

Lawrence Tech $2,500-$4,999 Paul J. Marcus ‘87  Salvatore A. Moschelli ‘00  $250-$599 John B. Anderson, Renaissance Ryan F. Gilmore ‘11  Daniel E. McNulty ‘92 $1-$249 Daniel D. Baker ‘09 Brian D. Campbell ‘90 Daniel J. Carney ‘86 Michael D. Ceccacci ‘95 Gary L. Christoson ‘88  Jeffrey B. Coates ‘10 Brian P. Cullen ‘87 Bradley D. Damron ‘95 Pascal J. De Hesselle ‘95 Brian J. Eady ‘07 Rodney W. Frank, Renaissance Jamiil M. Gaston ‘12 Justin Hartsaw ‘15  John A. Husisian ‘77 Joseph R. Leblanc ‘07 Brant C. Lyall ‘88 Michael J. Mackens ‘86 Patrick Madinsky ‘16  Matthew B. Medwid ‘87 Michael D. Newton ‘13 Matthew J. Orlando ‘88 Donald W. Phillips ‘89 Matthew W. Polhemus ‘14  Sean M. Preston ‘17  Michael Pruski ‘15  Pierce Sadlier ‘16  Nathan Soley ‘16  Michael Szczesniak ‘16  P. James Taggart, Jr. ‘94 Ian A. Williams ‘11 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  $1-$249 Samuel E. Banks ‘63  Andrej Branc ‘04 William C. Cooke ‘65  Richard C. Davis ‘55  Dennis M. Dowse ‘73 John G. Fleck ‘51 

Donald G. Keller ‘60  Richard J. MacAdams ‘46 John W. Powell ‘74  David A. Thompson, Jr. ‘06  Leonard G. West ‘58  Theodore G. Widmayer ‘58 

Lenoir Rhyne $1-$249 Larry C. Hollar ‘66 

Lewis & Clark $1-$249 Larry L. Campbell ‘53  Samuel W. Pratt ‘89

Lincoln Memorial $1-$249 C. Roger Stapleton ‘82

Longwood $1-$249 Joseph C. Harper ‘92

Loras $10,000-$24,999 Thomas A. Barton ‘89  $2,500-$4,999 Daniel Moore ‘13  $1,200-$1,900 Michael H. DeGrenier ‘84  $1-$249 Jeffrey Bentley ‘17  John O. Conroy ‘16  Michael E. Currans ‘95 Thomas Godlewski ‘17  Nathaniel Kapraun ‘15  Michael Karasch ‘15  Ryan Smith ‘17  Doug Zabler ‘15 

$1-$249 John E. Allen ‘65 Matthew J. Arrighi ‘12 Alex E. Asseff ‘13 Colonel Anthony M. Augello, Jr. ‘63 Hayden Bigby ‘13 Clinton L. Crowson ‘13 Patrick L. Downs ‘04 James K. Dunn, Jr. ‘64 Jerry L. Exner ‘74 Michael S. Federico ‘03 George A. Gentry, Jr. ‘67 Andrew M. Heacock ‘07 Christopher H. Hester ‘05 Larry G. Hodge ‘63 Steven B. Jenny ‘06 Patrick J. A. Laborde ‘09 Christopher A. Lebeuf ‘07 John M. Machovec ‘69  William C. MacNaughton ‘69 Cameron S. Miller ‘13 E. Hunter Patin ‘12 Russell L. Payne ‘63 Blake S. Roussel ‘02 John H. Sibley ‘02 Kevin E. Stuart ‘00 Rev. David J. Tilley ‘64 John P. Walker, III ‘00 Guy H. Watkins, V ‘10

(center) Archie Messersmith, Samford ‘99 (right) Renato Villacorte, CalPoly-Pomona ‘91

Louisville $1-$249 Commander Donald L. Sodrel, USN ‘57

Jeffrey T. Preston ‘95 Simon D. Rossetter ‘06 James A. Wiley ‘96

Loyola

Maine

$1-$249 William S. Hydrick ‘85  Louis C. Kievit ‘91 

$1,200-$1,900 Matthew C. Rodrigue ‘04  Alex Wasilewski ‘78  Shawn McKenna ‘77  $1-$249 Stephen P. Cary, D.M.D. ‘72 George N. Cemodanovs ‘68 Commander Robert J. Degon, Retired ‘66 George B. Estes ‘63 Paul S. Ferguson ‘60 Robert G. Greenblatt ‘76 Lt. Colonel Richard S. Hawkins, MBA ‘56 John S. Kaczowka ‘83 George L. Kimball ‘65 Richard D. Lemieux ‘78 Robert A. Richter ‘50 Gene D. Sawin ‘52 Erlon S. Varney ‘55  Alec J. Young ‘14

Louisiana-Monroe

Loyola Marymount

$1-$249 Jeremy W. Slaughter ‘99

$1-$249 Raymond A. Crosby ‘06  Kevin J. Fleming ‘00 

Louisiana State $1,200-$1,900 Harry L. Belton ‘81  Robert T. Radtke ‘96  $600-$1,199 Zachary P. Barilleau ‘10  Bradley C. Black, M.D. ‘69  Bryan L. Jordan ‘69 Tommy A. Lambert ‘94  Wendel J. Lechtenberg, Jr. ‘69  Grant Messer ‘13  Patrick C. Morrow ‘69  $250-$599 Roland H. Acosta ‘65 Keith A. Bange ‘12 Seth D. Irby ‘11   Jacob L. Johnson ‘08 W. Brian Mercer ‘99 R. Benjamin Ross ‘03

NUTS! McAuliffe Society’s Brigadier General, John Stumpf, Evansville ’71, (left) and fellow society members make Conclave possible for brothers through scholarships.

Lynchburg $1,200-$1,900 Jamar M. Hawkins ‘04  $1-$249 James E. Beadle ‘93 Paul A. Bucklen ‘12 Adam C. Burger ‘97 Peter H. Davies ‘08 Jeffrey E. Fedorko ‘94 Alexei R. Fisken ‘95 2nd Lt. Andrew W. Frazzano ‘05 Chadd Gable ‘08 Michael H. Harris ‘96 Christopher J. S. Hinchcliff ‘10 Matthew M. Huber ‘94 Sean L. Mackie ‘00 Morgan B. Miller ‘04 Mark E. Nichols ‘00

Marquette $1-$249 Joeseph Huh ‘16  Alex J. Landry ‘14  Aaron J. Ledesma ‘14

Marco Ramirez Becerra ‘15  Gregg F. Stewart ‘83 Michael Welch ‘16  Kyle Whelton ‘15 

Martin F. McAlwee ‘65 Paul Nisenson ‘11 Mark N. Rabinowitz ‘05 Dr. R. Gary Roop ‘51 John A. Umberger ‘71 

Marshall Massachusetts

$1-$249 John S. Anderson ‘63 Adam C. Brooks ‘14  Ezra H. Cochran, Jr. ‘51  Timothy L. Haymaker ‘69  Noah R. Henson ‘04 David R. Hereford, II ‘86 Donald E. Rockhold ‘68  Sheldon F. Roush ‘66

Maryland-College Park $600-$1,199 Austin T. Gardner ‘11  Mr. Joseph Wyrwas ‘11  $250-$599 Brian V. Bacon ‘04 J. Stanton Boteler ‘59  William A. Rogers ‘54  $1-$249 James G. Batson, Jr. ‘56 Edward T. Dodd ‘66  Larry W. Faulkner ‘71  Carroll E. France, Jr. ‘53 Ken Grossman ‘13 John B. Kincaid ‘65 Michael J. Kovach, II ‘69

$600-$1,199 Trevor Bullard ‘12  Joseph O. Lavoie, Jr. ‘08  $250-$599 Matthew J. Kapszukiewicz ‘95  $1-$249 Alexander N. Bernstein ‘15  George B. Estrella ‘56 Matthew D. Fox ‘07 Victor J. Gangi ‘91 Riley Morgan ‘17  Elan C. Radbil ‘16  Nicholson S. Reed ‘03  Herbert H. Sievers ‘52  Justin Speroni ‘17  Joseph A. Sylvia ‘57 Keith A. Tandler ‘93

Memphis $1,901-$2,499 Michael C. Williams ‘69  $1,200-$1,900 George Estok, Renaissance  + $1-$249 Gregory D. Allen ‘08 + Brother George Estok passed on 12/17/2013

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$250-$599 Dillon T. Berg ‘08  Reynolds H. Campbell ‘63 Scott A. Cohen ‘06  Samuel A. Garfinkel ‘08  Kim D. Glaspie, Renaissance  Richard M. Stepanovic ‘12  Joseph D. Wagner ‘03  $1-$249 John F. Bednarski ‘84 Harold B. Coleman ‘44  Todd R. Eis ‘78 Gene J. Gilmore ‘52  Gerald S. V. Mangona ‘01 Captain Robert E. Oldani, USN (Ret.) ‘80  Christopher S. Plumb ‘03 Thomas G. Tepas ‘68  Ted J. Zukowski ‘83

Michigan State

“People are not unsure that SigEp changed their lives. They see it in the classroom, on the field … in every aspect of their life. That’s the exciting part, and that’s why I give back.” –Brandon Tsubaki, CalPoly-Pomona ’06

$1-$249 Michael A. Gebo ‘95 Jon-David Gryzlo ‘97 Kevin M. Hole ‘90  Erin D. Mullally ‘99  Lonn W. Myers ‘68 Michael G. Pease ‘89  John M. Spencer ‘68

Michigan Tech John M. Blose ‘75 Eric Bourgeois ‘16  W. Frederick Dodson ‘56  Ralph Hayes, Jr. ‘59 David B. Hightower ‘73 Cameron R. Hoffmeyer ‘10 Frank C. Holloman, III ‘93 Walter H. Robbins, Jr. ‘56 K. Wade Stack ‘05  Stephen W. Vescovo ‘77

Memphis Lambuth $600-$1,199 Malcolm R. Pressgrove ‘77  $250-$599 Steven D. Daniels ‘78  $1-$249 Eric A. Bradshaw ‘04 Matthew Hammonds ‘16

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  $600-$1,199 Brian P. Tahmoush ‘90  $1-$249 Villamor S. Asuncion, Jr. ‘04  John P. Dorow ‘64

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Miami (Ohio) $1,200-$1,900 Joseph H. Etter ‘73  $1-$249 Leonard P. Bailey, Jr. ‘60 Emerson L. Brown ‘53  Stephen R. Downes ‘64  William W. Greer ‘81  Edmund J. Lis ‘51  A. Neal McCaskey ‘52  Peter O. McKown ‘80  Richard A. Puzzitiello, Sr. ‘61  James R. Shenk ‘71  Andrew D. Thomas ‘64

Miami-Dade Community $1-$249 David W. Schreiner ‘85

Michigan $25,000-$49,999 David G. Allen ‘06  Robert C. Emde ‘60  David J. Stinson, M.D. ‘54  $10,000-$24,999 Robert G. Nichols ‘53  James C. Park ‘59  Donald A. Tennyson ‘48 

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Gary L. Verplank ‘63  $5,000-$9,999 Kenneth J. Bush ‘48  Hugh W. Gouldthorpe ‘55  Larry L. Graves ‘66  $2,500-$4,999 Morton S. Cox, Jr. ‘56  John D. Sills ‘56  $1,901-$2,499 Lawrence R. Donaldson ‘61  William S. Hobbs ‘59  Timothy Hodes ‘07  Douglas H. Ilgenfritz ‘83  John B. Monaghan ‘65  $1,200-$1,900 Thomas N. Ogar ‘82  $600-$1,199 Thomas D. Cramer ‘49  Dr. Theodore G. Dodenhoff ‘57  Peter A. Doerr ‘84  William L. Gebo ‘66  Jacob W. Haas ‘71  Christopher M. Hankinson ‘07  Edward C. Hathaway ‘64  John J. Kapusky ‘69  William J. Marcoux ‘49  John A. Secrist, III, Ph.D. ‘68  Arik A. Sherk ‘81  Benjamin F. Sloat ‘49  Steven F. Stockmeyer ‘63  Robert J. Vizas ‘68  Byron L. West ‘56 

$1,901-$2,499 Kevin A. Maguire ‘83  $1-$249 Richard H. Hammar ‘65 Richard G. Kovach ‘66  Mark D. Mays ‘87  Matthew W. Nowak ‘88  Craig A. Pollock ‘80 Jordan G. Pontoni ‘15  Dr. David A. Redman ‘85

Mark E. Nagel ‘09  $1-$249 Linley A. Barnes ‘58  Daniel P. Hogan ‘02 Judd T. Nystrom ‘95  Daniel C. Swendsen ‘12  Erik D. Tropple

Mississippi $1-$249 William M. Bunting, Jr. ‘99 William H. Caulfield, II ‘76  Wallace E. Davenport ‘55 

Mississippi State $600-$1,199 William P. Kirkpatrick ‘92  $250-$599 Dr. William J. Harris, III, M.D. ‘88 Kevin L. J. Kassner ‘82  $1-$249 Timothy L. Boyd ‘79  Keith A. Buck ‘90 William J. Rogers ‘97 Donald B. Stormo ‘70

Missouri $1,200-$1,900 Dennis W. Bond ‘65  John W. Hartman ‘61  $250-$599 Karl L. Perrey ‘85  $1-$249 Tim L. May ‘80 Jon Anderson ‘16  John W. Barton ‘63  Thomas P. Canty, Renaissance Captain Robert H. Grose, USN ‘54  Thomas W. Heithaus ‘67 John M. Morris ‘68 Lee B. Woodward ‘68

Middle Tennessee State $600-$1,199 Stephen C. Valente ‘96  $1-$249 Michael A. Bass ‘79

Missouri-Kansas City $1-$249 Sergeant Major Joel E. Fix, Sr. ‘01 Dennis R. Painter ‘78 Kristopher Webb ‘15 

Middlebury $1-$249 G.L. Cabot Henderson ‘73 

Minnesota $5,000-$9,999 David M. McLaughlin ‘92  $2,500-$4,999 Todd E. Johns ‘98  $1,901-$2,499 Jason C. Somrock ‘02  Anthony D. Wagner ‘95  $1,200-$1,900 Jeffrey J. Somrock ‘05  $250-$599 Travis A. Lien ‘97

Missouri S&T $2,500-$4,999 Father Thomas R. Halbrook ‘60  Michael D. Hurst ‘74  $1,901-$2,499 William R. Logel, Jr. ‘66  David J. Naeger ‘80  $1,200-$1,900 Riley S. Mieth ‘08  Jerry L. Thomure ‘74  $600-$1,199 James W. Hoolehan ‘80  Anthony G. Kertz ‘92  Thomas F. Mengel ‘76 

Kenneth A. Robb ‘65  David W. Sandusky ‘68  David M. Schaeffer ‘64  Richard D. Skinner ‘64  Curt J. Williams ‘04  Vincel W. Williams ‘80  $250-$599 James L. Bextermueller ‘77  David G. Braun ‘79  Ronald E. Eilers ‘70  William L. Frangel ‘57  Norman J. Frossard, Jr. ‘60 Philip J. Halliday ‘89  Mark D. Howard ‘85  Kent P. Koenemann ‘79  Lee P. Landers ‘60  Mark B. Lynch ‘81 Donald A. Ostmann ‘61  Edward D. Prost ‘79  Michael J. Reiner ‘85  Donald A. Richards, Jr. ‘96 Gary A. Rust, Renaissance  Michael D. Smith ‘65  Dr. LeRoy E. Thompson ‘56  $1-$249 Scott D. Avis ‘86 Brian P. Bakala ‘08  Timothy A. Brown ‘79 William C. Connors ‘66 Michael J. Cullen ‘57 David K. Denner ‘76  Paul D. Griffin ‘65  Myron J. Grubaugh ‘78  Stephen D. Hagen ‘89  Matthew R. Hendren ‘04  Michael C. Kearney, Sr. ‘61  Eric M. Kozak ‘89 Andrew P. Laegeler ‘01  H. Richard Miller ‘63  Vincent J. Murphy ‘79 Melvin N. Pohlman, Jr. ‘74 Robert C. Putz ‘64  Brett A. Renken ‘89  Dale J. Schillinger ‘56 William W. Schramm ‘56 Stephen M. Thies ‘72  Brent L. Thompson ‘75 Mark C. Tuttle ‘82  Steven W. Wiechens ‘72 Joshua A. Wilmes ‘11 David E. Wolfersberger ‘67  Raymond R. Zesch ‘70 

Missouri State $1-$249 Michael B. Barnett ‘07 Dr. C. David Billings ‘65 David E. Hart ‘69 Charles R. Heineman ‘73 Kevin G. Maring ‘74 Andrew L. Veatch ‘05

MIT $250-$599 T. Wayne Dodgen ‘79  $1-$249 Christian C. Bolta ‘51  Philip Bugnacki ‘78 James M. Carr ‘78  Dr. Andrew S. Clare ‘08 Norman T. R. Heathorn ‘57  Richard P. Kuntz ‘79 Daniel W. Pugh ‘89  Commander Timothy A. Salter ‘92 Joshua Santos-Heard ‘14  Nicholas A. Strakhov ‘59

Monmouth $10,000-$24,999 Bradley C. Nahrstadt ‘89  $1,200-$1,900 William K. Komperda ‘81  $1-$249 Cole Downey ‘17  Eric G. Ealy ‘86  Dr. John W. Gibson ‘59 Major Leon A. Kraut, USAF, Retired ‘67 Jeffrey A. Nieslawski ‘15  Gerald A. Parsons ‘61 Daniel Reid ‘12 Berkh Tsogtbaatar ‘17  William A. Turner ‘93 James L. Ulrich ‘94

Montana $250-$599 David J. Fetzner ‘75  $1-$249 Evan Fossen ‘16  Colonel John G. Griffith, Jr. ‘62 Gary W. Hall ‘64 Wayne C. Hovey ‘61 Benjamin Mason ‘16  Christopher Morucci ‘17  Dr. Stanley J. Underdal ‘60  Brinton P. Wahlberg ‘02 Dr. Donald A. Watne ‘61 

Montana State $1-$249 Kevin A. Christofanelli ‘10  Dr. William J. Schell, IV ‘97 Michael T. True ‘13

Moravian $600-$1,199 Brian J. Corvino ‘02 

Morehead State $250-$599 James C. Foster, Renaissance William L. Phelps, Renaissance 

$1-$249 Harrison Bailey ‘17 Christopher A. Haid ‘77 Todd A. Stewart ‘87 

Muhlenberg $250-$599 Glenn A. Deibert ‘68  W. Russell Koerwer ‘68  $1-$249 Harold L. Baty ‘69 Leonard D. Boclair ‘57  Dr. Brian L. Dunfee ‘98 James W. Freeman, M.D. ‘86 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  Mark P. Werrell ‘76 Allen B. Zdroik ‘87 

Murray State $1,200-$1,900 Adam W. Seiber ‘02  Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D. ‘70  $600-$1,199 Matthew R. Kasten ‘11  $250-$599 Michael B. McGrievy ‘05 $1-$249 Lt. Colonel Steven C. Darnall ‘76  Sean P. Espinal ‘11 Robert S. Green ‘81 Ray E. Henderson ‘70 William G. McDonald ‘70 Michael R. Quinn ‘88  Travis B. Taylor ‘11 

Nebraska $1,200-$1,900 Kurt T. Phares ‘79  $250-$599 Charles E. Schuster ‘75  Stephen T. Steiner ‘81  $1-$249 Kyle W. Arganbright ‘05  Thomas J. Dinges, CFA ‘93  Jeffrey D. Dowling, M.D. ‘81 Peter C. Finger ‘84 Kenneth E. Fowler ‘48  Lee R. Johnson ‘77 Harold R. Mack ‘76 Jack Rodenburg ‘16  Thomas C. Smith ‘68  Zachary W. Stull ‘14  William F. Wenzlaff ‘55

Nebraska-Kearney $1-$249 Peter G. Kotsiopulos ‘70 Nick White ‘16 


Nebraska-Omaha $1,200-$1,900 Robert A. Pedersen ‘71  $600-$1,199 Bret M. Harrell ‘12  $1-$249 Donald E. Henkel ‘65 Dan E. Jackman ‘60 Rodney J. Matukewicz ‘88 Terrence W. Olsen ‘62 Thomas A. Sackett ‘84

Nevada-Reno $1-$249 David J. Bradfield ‘05  Paul D. Herget ‘11 Matthew C. McKnight ‘07

New Hampshire $250-$599 Richard Chamberland ‘16 $1-$249 Zachary S. Fone ‘16  Christopher J. King ‘16  Justin Reera ‘16 

New Mexico $600-$1,199 Kevin A. Otero ‘86  $250-$599 Dennis R. Burt ‘67  $1-$249 John F. Dalby ‘72  David M. Fiedler ‘71  Captain David R. Georgius, USN, Retired ‘63  Michael A. Harris ‘64 Paul H. Tufts ‘65  John D. Wilson ‘86 

North Carolina $1,200-$1,900 Stephen O. Leonard ‘76  $600-$1,199 D. Elwood Clinard, Jr. ‘51  $250-$599 Joseph M. Gordon ‘79  $1-$249 Henry G. Absher ‘62  Llewellyn G. Brown ‘68 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  Ronald W. Woodard ‘72 

North CarolinaCharlotte $1-$249 William R. Hutaff ‘78 

North Carolina State $50,000-$99,999 Brian M. Buroker ‘92  Charles E. Siewert ‘60  $10,000-$24,999 W. H. Clark ‘56   Lyn B. Conger ‘82  Christopher P. Meyer ‘93  Kevin M. Robinson ‘85  Dr. Milton G. Williams, Jr. ‘61  $5,000-$9,999 William James Black, Jr. ‘79  Douglas K. Bratton ‘81  Dr. J. Grant Buttram, Jr. ‘93  James L. Davis ‘81  Jeffrey R. Garwood ‘84  Ronald L. Terry ‘76  Carlos R. Williams, Jr. ‘65  $2,500-$4,999 John J. DuPlessis ‘58  Ronald T. Lindsay ‘72  Jeffrey W. Pratt ‘87  $1,901-$2,499 Kevin D. McCraw ‘92  Dexter W. Morgan, III ‘92  $1,200-$1,900 Carlton T. Lack ‘88  Billy D. Maddalon ‘90  $600-$1,199 Jeffrey T. Horan ‘11  George E. Setzer ‘60 William A. Thorn ‘63  Kerrick R. Wilson ‘92  $250-$599 Richard L. Gray ‘70 $1-$249 Raymond A. Bryan, III ‘79  Douglas W. Curtis ‘69  Christian Dicosola ‘14  Charlie Gray  Dr. Gary A. Ludi ‘74  George A. Moretz ‘64  Ralston M. Pound, Jr. ‘42 Robert G. Reeder ‘72  Coleman R. Rich ‘76  Jeffrey R. Setser ‘84 Andrew W. Smith ‘83  Charles C. Thompson ‘68 

North Dakota $600-$1,199 Dr. Donald L. Piper, Renaissance  $250-$599 Logan M. Fletcher ‘12  $1-$249 Jacob Ahles ‘16  Mark A. Christensen ‘95  Justin R. Curtis ‘99

Matthew M. Hillerud ‘04 Keegan Hilmer ‘16  Luke Jirik ‘16  Michael J. Little ‘09 Morgan J. Murphy ‘15  Kyle T. See-Rockers ‘14  Andrew D. Solsvig ‘00

North Texas $2,500-$4,999 C. Dean Davis ‘52  $1,200-$1,900 Duffy S. Oyster ‘69  $600-$1,199 Robert C. Connor ‘64  Glenn A. Ezell ‘87  $250-$599 Sean P. Craft ‘95  Gary M. Shultz ‘65  Timothy W. Williams ‘91  $1-$249 Neil J. Adams ‘71 Sam V. Akins ‘54  William T. Anderson ‘70  G. Thomas Boswell, Jr. ‘68  Ronald G. Brown ‘67 Charles R. Harris ‘51 Tommy J. Hodges ‘57 Howard G. Moore ‘69 Kelly K. Pigg ‘60 Dr. Aubrey H. Polser, Jr. ‘65  Scott R. Steenson ‘69 Guy W. Willis ‘71

Northeastern $600-$1,199 Christopher P. Lynch ‘07  $250-$599 Patrick T. Murphy ‘10  Alex K. Woodlief ‘11  $1-$249 Jeremy P. Becker ‘98 Julian B. Bowlan ‘16  Gregory Cusano ‘17  Brett D. Fink ‘14 

Osborne J. Johnson, Jr. ‘88 Frank E. Woodin ‘03 Dylan Zimmerman ‘15 

Northern Iowa $1,901-$2,499 Chad J. Ellsworth ‘95  $1,200-$1,900 Christopher V. Anderson ‘94  $600-$1,199 Carson M. Hattel ‘03 Michael T. Prahl, Renaissance  Joseph D. Zeitler ‘09 $250-$599 Dr. Jonathan S. Burns ‘00 Mark A. McConnell ‘03 Seth R. Nieuwenhuis ‘00 $1-$249 Andrew L. Bunch ‘03 Justin D. Davie ‘02 Jason M. Ebensberger ‘05 Adam J. Haselhuhn ‘11 Jason P. Hutcheson ‘04 Joseph M. Mooney ‘02 Robert C. Streich ‘99

Northern Kentucky $1,200-$1,900 Mark S. Krzywonos ‘84  $1-$249 Troy Clay ‘17  Jeremy N. Cox ‘13  Mark T. Gallondorn ‘09 Anthony W. Leanhart, Jr. ‘13  David A. Stetter ‘08

Northwest Missouri $2,500-$4,999 Brent E. Johnson ‘84  $250-$599 Brett T. Graves ‘02  $1-$249 Les M. Hinmon ‘84  Michael A. Wolbert ‘94 

Northern Arizona

Northwestern

$600-$1,199 Herbert H. Bullock ‘78  $1-$249 Neal R. Bailey ‘91 

$1,200-$1,900 Cory S. Gerdes ‘92  $1-$249 Bobby S. Brenman ‘02 Phillip G. Gartner ‘96 Jeffrey W. Mason ‘98  Michael A. Wasylik ‘92 

Northern Colorado $1-$249 Tilman M. Bishop ‘56 William W. Bolitho ‘55 Colonel Loyal L. Kelsey ‘55 William L. Ott ‘59 

Northern Illinois $2,500-$4,999 Michael J. Neary, CFA ‘90  $1-$249 Steven G. Garner ‘83 

Northwood $250-$599 William E. Mulvihill, Jr. ‘79  $1-$249 Dominic Caradonna ‘87

NYU $2,500-$4,999 Ronald A. Bevacqua ‘67 

$1,901-$2,499 Daniel G. Paulus ‘99  $250-$599 Justin D. Levine ‘09  $1-$249 Richard E. Batho ‘66 Samuel J. Bicak ‘11 James R. Dimond, Jr. ‘51  Steven E. Eppinger ‘91 Charles W. Hage, M.D. ‘81 

Ohio $250-$599 Gregory D. Pearson ‘94  $1-$249 Grant V. Hesser ‘69  Sean T. Skender ‘93

Ohio Northern $1-$249 John E. Bayliff ‘58  Robert W. Lambert, M.D. ‘82  J. Scott Miller ‘72 

Ronald K. Snider ‘67  Commander Michael H. Spencer ‘73 R. Gary Stansbury ‘62 Reich L. Watterson, Jr., M.D. ‘48 Waldon R. Weber ‘56

Oklahoma $250-$599 Christopher J. F. Crotts ‘99 Gregory W. Curry ‘83  Michael J. Transue ‘66  $1-$249 Robert G. Denison ‘58  Mark H. Ephraim ‘85 Frank E. Heaston ‘49  Eric D. Janzen ‘86 John E. Lacy, Jr. ‘60 Daniel E. Lee ‘79 Brig. Gen. Kenneth M. Taylor, Jr. ‘66  M. Richard Wager ‘73 

Oklahoma City Ohio State $600-$1,199 Lawrence E. Bechler ‘72  Ryan C. Dressler ‘08  R. Scott Dudis ‘09  Brent J. Osborn ‘09  Scott W. Phillips, Jr. ‘05  $250-$599 Dr. James V. Griesen ‘63  Patrick R. Heasley ‘12 Robert D. Jennings ‘85  Michael D. Repasky ‘08  Alexander F. Schwall ‘12 $1-$249 Bradley J. Brinzo ‘88 Anthony M. Del Col ‘70 Ronald E. Dulaney ‘06 David W. Gross ‘65 Colonel James L. Hendrickson ‘65 C. DeVere Johnson, Renaissance Daniel E. Ries ‘75 Donald A. Stenta, Ph.D. ‘01 Donald G. Swales ‘56  Michael A. Tranovich ‘71  Christopher L. Wald ‘12 Douglas A. Wemmer, M.D. ‘71 

Ohio Wesleyan $1,901-$2,499 Donald W. Hudler ‘56   $1-$249 Robert M. Dickson ‘57 John G. Geiger ‘55 Robert B. Gibson ‘65 George W. Mitchell, Jr. ‘49 Normand W. Noblet ‘53 Daryl D. Ruehle ‘62  Paul R. Simmons, Renaissance 

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

Oklahoma State $25,000-$49,999 Edward J. Holland ‘59  Thomas W. Tatum ‘61  $10,000-$24,999 Gary K. Bridwell ‘74  Michael G. Daniel ‘84  Jack W. Dickey ‘60  Steven M. Dickey ‘69  Si Fentress ‘72  Jeffery C. Linihan ‘85  Thomas A. Morley, Jr. ‘87  Terry L. Stewart ‘71  $5,000-$9,999 Michael D. Bolick ‘69  James D. McKellar, Jr. ‘67  J. Michael Reddout ‘85  Neal T. Seidle ‘62  James T. Winslow ‘57  H. S. Wycoff ‘61  $2,500-$4,999 William R. Lindsey ‘55  $600-$1,199 Wight W. Jones ‘53  $250-$599 Robert A. Eskridge ‘78 Donald L. Ledbetter ‘57 Brad D. Leverett ‘82 Joseph R. Williams ‘51 $1-$249 Matt B. Burckhalter ‘06 Kyle D. Krieger ‘15  Wilford W. Moore ‘38 Phillip H. Myles ‘65 Ivan S. Perkins, III ‘60 A. Sterett Robertson ‘72  Willis E. Speece ‘50 

Old Dominion $1-$249 Christopher Coykendall ‘13

Oregon $1,901-$2,499 James F. Rippey ‘53  Todd A. Ruberg ‘82  $600-$1,199 Ryan C. Wheatley ‘07  $1-$249 Richard Allen, M.D. ‘58  Casey Davis ‘16  Allen L. Gummer ‘58  Christopher K. Makuakane ‘02 Dr. Darrell M. Miller ‘64 A. Russell Taggard ‘66 Marcus C. Wulf ‘64 

Oregon State $1,200-$1,900 Kenneth S. Maddox ‘75  $600-$1,199 Thane R. Brown ‘61  Felix D. Wilson ‘69  $250-$599 Benjamin E. Brodie ‘64  James B. Harbolt ‘84  Andrew D. Moen ‘99  $1-$249 James H. Colburn ‘55 Dr. Robert H. Ewalt ‘56  Charles L. Fritz ‘58  John C. Gartland ‘74 Jeffrey A. Malkasian ‘91  Gene M. Milbrath ‘63  Jacob D. Roselli ‘15  Howard Saucy ‘52 Robert H. Schierman ‘50  Jeffrey T. Schott ‘93  Michael A. Sisk ‘66  John A. Talbott ‘49  Eric H. Warninghoff ‘96  Benjamin R. Whiteley ‘51  Robert R. Wicks ‘49 

Parsons $1-$249 William A. MacFarlane, C.M.C. ‘66  David A. Neff ‘69  Terry R. Weiss ‘64

Pennsylvania $1,901-$2,499 Brett R. Danko ‘90  $1,200-$1,900 Conrad J. Eberstein ‘65  Douglas S. Roberts ‘83  $1-$249 Tadas Antanavicius ‘16  Kyle R. Bahr ‘02 Andrew B. Brody ‘88 David E. Callahan ‘60 

Earl C. Conway ‘54  David L. S. Ffrench ‘51 Timothy E. Games ‘84  Timothy A. Garvey, M.D. ‘80  P. Clarke Glennon ‘55 Andrew S. Hua ‘92 Harold G. Jacklin, Jr. ‘56 Terry N. Rahmeier ‘64 William A. Schilling ‘03 Charles R. Shubert ‘49 Dallas L. Smith ‘67  Raymond T. Stahl, Jr. ‘77 Richard B. Thompson, M.D. ‘94 Daniel H. Van Winkle ‘62 Rogers W. Vaughn ‘53 

Pennsylvania State $10,000-$24,999 Lawrence J. Biacchi ‘89  James C. Edwards, M.D., Ph.D. ‘78  $1,901-$2,499 Joseph R. Palmieri ‘92  $600-$1,199 Craig P. McGuinn ‘89  James F. Nealon ‘81  $250-$599 Eric E. Risser ‘95 $1-$249 Scott B. Clark ‘87 William P. Douglas, Jr. ‘47  Steven A. Espe ‘78 Captain James W. Fryer, USAF Ret. ‘85 David H. Harth ‘01 Terry L. Katz ‘81  Erik F. Knettel ‘92 Raymond Leahey ‘61  Allan P. LeChard ‘55  Warden B. Muller ‘59 Thomas J. Owens ‘65  Harry L. Oyler ‘41  Edward A. Trdina, Jr. ‘76

Pepperdine $1,200-$1,900 Frank T. Ko ‘97  Christopher C. Walters ‘03  $600-$1,199 Alexander Claud ‘13  Jeremy J. Stolee ‘05  Devon B. Walker ‘12  $1-$249 Mitchell Bennett ‘15  Richard H. Wallace, Renaissance

Philadelphia $1,200-$1,900 John A. Porreca ‘71  $1-$249 Paul R. Buckwalter ‘66 David A. Gingras ‘69 

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Pittsburg State

Randolph-Macon

$250-$599 Chris A. Mainz ‘88  $1-$249 Michael K. Kohler ‘75  Michael A. Torgler ‘00

$600-$1,199 Frank E. Laughon, Jr. ‘59  $1-$249 H. B. Ashton ‘78 Lawrence S. Driever, Jr. ‘67 Charles A. Taylor, III ‘65

Pittsburgh $1-$249 Richard J. Hill ‘12 Ian C. Labate ‘16  Kevin J. Muir ‘12 James P. Spahn ‘12 Ryan Steffes ‘17 

Purdue $1,901-$2,499 Norman E. Nabhan, CIMA ‘71  $1,200-$1,900 Michael L. Davis ‘77  Michael G. Ellis ‘84  Douglas M. Nabhan ‘77  D. Reid Snellenbarger ‘98  Scott R. Swisher ‘79  $250-$599 Walter L. Brant ‘71 Andrew G. Forrest ‘52  Matthew R. Foster ‘94 Stephen C. Ham ‘74 Richard A. Royce ‘86 Dr. Carl R. Willis ‘61  $1-$249 Patrick K. Crawford ‘03 David B. Evans ‘61  Thomas E. Everly ‘75 Andrew J. Feustel ‘89 Kenneth E. Field ‘59 John Fox ‘71 Patrick K. Gantert ‘72 Lee E. Gase ‘50 Richard M. Hardin ‘66 James S. Keller ‘69 John L. Knochel ‘65  Scott M. McCain ‘82 James H. Muehlbauer ‘63  CPT Jarod N. Overton, USMC ‘00 William T. Rice ‘70 Stephen P. Skillman ‘75 Raymond S. Stephens ‘49 Thomas R. Sutter ‘48 Richard F. Trowbridge ‘59  Byron H. White ‘64 Kristopher D. Zambo ‘97 Stephen J. Zimmerly ‘69

Quinnipiac $1-$249 Steven Patria ‘15 Daniel J. Sullivan ‘13 

Radford $1-$249 Nicholas Altman ‘16 

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Rensselaer $5,000-$9,999 Frederick M. Fink ‘68  $2,500-$4,999 Donald A. Burgio ‘89  $1,200-$1,900 Dr. Jeffrey A. Cooper ‘76  $600-$1,199 Eddie Chin ‘94  $250-$599 Matthew J. Carlen ‘06 Robert H. Sandow ‘87  $1-$249 Kenneth W. Bosworth ‘77 Brian D. Chase ‘07 Philip J. Decker ‘71 Richard L. Dooley ‘68  Joseph P. Frizado ‘74 Franklin C. Guildner ‘67 D. Carl Hamill, Jr. ‘54 Thomas E. Hirsh, III ‘96 Charles A. Johnson ‘59 John A. Kaestle ‘54 Robert E. Kuver ‘59  Stephen S. Litchfield ‘68 Sean P. McGuigan ‘95 Peter B. Perry ‘57  Edward J. Rockwood, M.D. ‘76

Rhode Island $600-$1,199 Shawn T. Mullen ‘13  $1-$249 Robert H. Baumann ‘73 Paul W. Gehr ‘87 Michael D. Giacalone ‘08 Richard Nolan ‘72 Colin P. O’Dell ‘10 Paul R. Picard ‘71  John T. Whitford ‘68

Richmond $1,200-$1,900 Richard A. Wiklund, Jr. ‘89  The Honorable Archer L. Yeatts, III ‘64  $600-$1,199 Thomas E. Hill ‘64  $1-$249 Joseph J. Aronica ‘65 Richard E. Brewer ‘61 Ernoe Csaky ‘60 Wallace S. Edwards, M.D. ‘61  Don B. Henderson ‘68 Steven W. Kraus ‘82 John R. Maney, Jr. ‘65 

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C. Ralph Martin ‘52  Charles G. McDaniel ‘60 Fletcher Stiers, Jr. ‘48  John C. Tuttle, Sr. ‘77  John M. Woleben, Jr. ‘69

Rider $1,200-$1,900 Steven H. Sutow, Esq. ‘00  $1-$249 Darryl Alfonso ‘16  Andrew Dimino ‘15 

Rochester $1-$249 Marc J. Scheiner ‘00 David Stark ‘16 

Rollins $1-$249 Austin R. Taylor ‘76 Dr. Robert R. Taylor ‘70

Rowan $1-$249 Bruce A. Hallman ‘91

Keith Bordsen ‘09 Gary R. Chaix ‘65  Tavis S. Craigie ‘89 Gary D. Darrow ‘65 Ritch K. Eich ‘66 David E. Hammond ‘65 Richard M. M. Lukasiewicz ‘84 Adam Miller ‘11 Kevin F. Nishita ‘91  Joseph L. Patterson ‘05 Matthew Ploeg  W. Martin Roche ‘64  Brian A. Silva ‘93 Rodney B. Swanson, Jr. ‘63  Steven M. K. Thompson ‘83 William J. Umiker, Renaissance Creston Whiting-Casey ‘11 Phillip B. Winberry ‘66  Teddy E. Young, Jr. ‘03

Saint Louis $250-$599 Jason A. Cherish ‘03  $1-$249 Scott K. MacArthur ‘09

Rutgers

Sam Houston

$2,500-$4,999 Glenn T. Gnirrep ‘82  Rev. Douglas S. MacDonald ‘56  $600-$1,199 Ralph A. Petti ‘78  $1-$249 Robert E. Berenguer ‘79  Harry J. Brunner ‘63 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  Louis B. Weiner ‘81 

$600-$1,199 Joseph A. Amato ‘73  Justin M. Burnett ‘02  $250-$599 Jeffrey L. Cantwell ‘87 Bill J. Mehrens ‘68 $1-$249 Stephen P. Hill ‘77 Frederick R. Jester ‘84 Kevin W. Johnson ‘05 Gary D. Webb ‘67

Sacramento STate $1,901-$2,499 Columbus L. Johnson, Jr. ‘85  $1,200-$1,900 James M. Amen ‘96  $600-$1,199 John H. Brooks ‘69  Rodney L. Smart ‘77  $250-$599 Clayton M. Holcomb ‘86  John P. Jaquish ‘00 Timothy J. McCormick ‘84  Charles L. Nance ‘91 Garrick S. Waller ‘00  Scott E. White ‘06 $1-$249

Samford $250-$599 Archie W. Messersmith ‘99 

Robert L. Trovaten ‘67  $600-$1,199 John J. Kiefer ‘67  Kevin M. Kwoka ‘11  Raj Y. Mathai ‘93  Thomas A. Standish, IV ‘08  $250-$599 William J. Elliott ‘62  Dennis H. Pennell ‘60  Capt. Peter B. Welch ‘72 $1-$249 Robert W. Callaghan ‘59  Patrick J. Gallagher ‘14  Craig E. Isaac ‘91 Theodore R. Servello ‘55 James M. Stuart ‘66 Dennis S. Tilton ‘66 

San Francisco State $250-$599 Joe J. Jaber ‘90  $1-$249 Roy A. J. Malatesta, Jr. ‘93 Stuart N. Takahashi ‘82

San Diego State $5,000-$9,999 Dr. Howard W. Baumann ‘64  Dann M. Whalen ‘69  $2,500-$4,999 Joseph E. Sullivan ‘66  $1,901-$2,499 Victor S. Mitchell ‘88  Gary M. Romoff ‘90  $1,200-$1,900 Edward E. Dahlkamp ‘63  Ronald D. Smith ‘69 

Southwest Texas State

$1-$249 Jason E. Chase ‘00 Taylor Linder ‘16  Dr. Jeffrey C. Nolz ‘03

$1,200-$1,900 Gregory B. Bowling ‘98  $1-$249 Thomas L. Stuart, Sr. ‘90

South Florida

St. John’s

$250-$599 Joseph DiGregorio ‘98  James M. Kean ‘01  $1-$249 Andrew Aubery ‘06 Ryan Paxton ‘16 

$1-$249 Xavier E. Flores ‘92 Brent D. Nepogoda ‘01

Southeast Missouri State $1,200-$1,900 Michael R. Lincoln ‘84  $1-$249 Robert L. Cearnal ‘62 James A. Frisella ‘58 Peter H. Lemakis ‘81 William J. Perry, CPA ‘84 Mark J. Stevens, Jr. ‘14 

Santa Clara

Southern California

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

$50,000-$99,999 Garry C. Kief ‘70   $1,200-$1,900 Frank E. Butterfield, Jr. ‘83  Michael L. Mann ‘78  Brent A. Noyes ‘74  $250-$599 William J. McDowell ‘52  $1-$249 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

Seton Hall $1-$249 Charles M. Mansfield ‘81 Gregory G. Romer ‘84 Keith J. Rosenblatt ‘93 John R. Swiontkowski ‘74 

SIU-Carbondale $1-$249 Scott E. Burack ‘90 Michael A. Burgess ‘81  Kevin J. Downs ‘79 Andrew K. Nolan ‘00 John S. Thorson ‘91

San Diego $1,200-$1,900 Ryan P. Jacobsen ‘00  $600-$1,199 William M. Rochfort, Jr. ‘04  $1-$249 Nicolaus J. Collins ‘14 

South Dakota State

SIU-Edwardsville $1,200-$1,900 Clifford A. Kinnunen, Jr. ‘77  $250-$599 Theodore F. Hoef, Ph.D. ‘79  $1-$249 Ryan Murray ‘16  Robert A. Ward ‘79

South Carolina $600-$1,199 Kent A. Belli ‘81  $1-$249 J. Warren Hilton, Jr. ‘64  C. Gordon McBride ‘57 Robert B. Wallace ‘57 Bruce T. Willey ‘57

Southern Methodist $600-$1,199 Daniel K. Liu ‘08  $1-$249 Dr. Brad Guske ‘94 Ryan R. Lamb ‘05 Michael J. Shef, Jr., C.S. ‘93  Michael J. Thomas ‘06

Southern Mississippi $600-$1,199 John T. Barr ‘12  $250-$599 E. Scott Thompson, II ‘99  $1-$249 George L. Carr, Jr. ‘61  Lawrence J. Harrison, Jr. ‘72 Terrence M. Lechner ‘68 Edward N. Stephens ‘58

St. Joseph’s $1-$249 Shawn C. Huber, Esq. ‘93 Edward J. Mancinelli, Jr. ‘90

St. Mary’s $1-$249 Michael V. Fitzpatrick ‘99 Dylan L. Heart ‘12 Daniel Rodriguez ‘16  Severiano Trujillo ‘16 

Stanford $250-$599 Ryan T. Denny ‘06  $1-$249 Derik Jardine ‘16  Bobby Liao ‘88  Jeffrey M. Ota ‘94

Stephen F. Austin $1-$249 R. Blake Hailey ‘94

Stetson $1,200-$1,900 John C. Durrant ‘96  $250-$599 Laurence A. Deets ‘62  $1-$249 Paul C. Bremer ‘65  Wesley W. Brumback ‘80  James R. Ingersoll ‘65 R. Kevin Korey ‘99 Arthur E. Marshall, Jr. ‘83 Frank E. Morreale ‘93 Elliott A. Perny ‘70 

Stevens Tech $600-$1,199 Stephen J. Buce ‘86  Jordan Musoff ‘15  $250-$599 Robert J. Legemaat ‘09 Xiao Zhao ‘07  $1-$249 Brian W. Allen ‘77 Gary W. Blauth ‘66  James J. Brickley ‘65  Christopher Lantz ‘07 Austin D. Montecuollo ‘65 William K. Neumeister ‘81 Ryan T. Price ‘08

Thomas J. Ritter ‘73  Robert Truppner ‘13 

SUNY-Buffalo $5,000-$9,999 Derek L. Pardee ‘83  $1-$249 John Bos ‘60 Robert A. Evans ‘63  James J. Ferrara ‘85  Nicholas J. Geraci ‘84  Steven H. Otterman ‘01 Joseph Szuba ‘63

SUNY-Geneseo $1-$249 Brian S. Kinel ‘80

SUNY-Oswego $1-$249 Thomas H. Mazur ‘89

Susquehanna $1-$249 Frank J. Dumbreski, Renaissance

Syracuse $600-$1,199 Johnson L. Garrett, Jr. ‘88  $1-$249 John W. Grillo ‘70 Scott R. Hartshorn ‘85 Thomas W. Hillman ‘85 David Rosenthal ‘15 Brian A. Sandler ‘04

Tampa $1-$249 William H. DeCelle ‘63 Charles C. Smith ‘72

Temple $1-$249 Vernon G. Altemose, Jr. ‘54 William H. Fifield ‘50 Walter E. Goodman, III ‘68  C. Frank Gruwell ‘63 Dr. David E. Kuhl ‘51  The Honorable William H. Stafford, Jr. ‘53 

Tennessee $1,901-$2,499 Eric Young ‘95  $1,200-$1,900 B. Joe Clayton ‘57  C. Bryce Giesler ‘82  Kelly L. Williams ‘92  $250-$599 Harry O. Ford ‘65  Joseph D. Luna ‘67  Myron K. Peck, IV ‘57  $1-$249


James D. Edwards, III ‘59 Allen R. Elkins ‘57  Lewis M. Epperson, Jr. ‘71 Mark D. Herndon ‘86 Michael H. Hickey ‘76 James H. Hornsby, Jr. ‘49 Thomas S. Jackson ‘61 Donald H. MacLeod ‘49  C. Lockwood Marine ‘58  Richard G. Preservati ‘89 Howard T. Prince, Jr. ‘51  J. Earl Rainwater ‘60  Robert W. Shafer ‘47  Andrew H. Stallings ‘66 

Tennessee-Martin $600-$1,199 Kevin W. Teets, Jr. ‘06  $250-$599 J. Trey Halterman ‘96  $1-$249 Kenneth R. Blankenship ‘00 Patrick J. Clark ‘11 Dr. Christopher T. Collie ‘96  Jeffrey S. Davis ‘05 Michael D. Dodd ‘98 John D. Lankford ‘04 Samuel H. McDaniel ‘08 Jacob W. Sells ‘12  Zachary T. Waddell ‘04

Tennessee Tech $2,500-$4,999 Bryan L. Webb ‘81  $1-$249 James E. Johnson ‘71 John T. Pelham, IV ‘10

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

Texas A&M $1,200-$1,900 Murl R. Richardson, Jr. ‘76  $600-$1,199 William T. Oliver, Jr. ‘91  $1-$249 Kyle R. Allen ‘85

Texas A&M -Corpus Christi $1-$249 Justin E. Guerra ‘15  Angel Monjarraz ‘17 

Texas-Arlington $1,200-$1,900 Patrick B. Welborne ‘91  David R. Wolverton ‘85  $600-$1,199 Oscar O. Nelson, Jr. ‘85 

$1-$249 Marco Campa ‘14  Stephen L. Hanebutt ‘90  Robert W. Schmidt, P.E. ‘84 

Texas-Austin $5,000-$9,999 James R. Huffines ‘73  $1,901-$2,499 Gary E. Griffith ‘70  $1,200-$1,900 Bruce W. Anderson ‘71  Gregory P. Barra ‘03  The Honorable Steve Bartlett, Renaissance  Roger C. Chapman ‘49  John K. Tyler ‘63  $250-$599 Mark A. Kiester ‘71  $1-$249 Albert M. Albright, Jr. ‘57  Gregory E. Brown ‘95 Sid Duderstadt ‘70 Austin B. Ernst ‘15 Colonel Donald P. Mafrige, USAR ‘59  William H. McCausland ‘83 

Texas Christian $1,901-$2,499 Jace A. Thompson ‘08  $600-$1,199 David W. Tauber ‘71  $250-$599 David R. Hardin ‘73  William M. Patten ‘73  D. Michael Wallach ‘75  $1-$249 David C. Allen ‘73 Blake D. Asjes ‘12 Christopher E. Carter ‘71  Thomas C. Cochran ‘10 John L. Comparin ‘74 Gary M. Coyne ‘04 R. Wayne Dunn, Jr. ‘68 Richard C. Fitzer ‘01  Christopher A. Katri ‘04  Thomas R. Laster ‘72  Parker Levy ‘16  Mike E. McIntyre ‘68 Charles B. Mitchell, Jr. ‘76 Jeffrey M. Parent, Jr. ‘12 Russell A. Pease ‘67 David R. Radcliffe ‘05  William N. Radcliffe ‘02  Jacob A. Rehtmeyer ‘11 Russell J. Roeger ‘09 Burton W. Schwartz, M.D., Renaissance  Sean P. Scogin ‘04 Patrick J. Sheehan ‘69  Clayton R. Simons ‘09  Kirk B. Whitehouse ‘73  Tanner A. Wilson ‘07

Dr. John D. Wrench ‘60 

Texas Tech $1,200-$1,900 Daniel R. McWilliams ‘87  James P. Spellman, II ‘90  $250-$599 Kevin S. Rooker ‘80  $1-$249 James K. De Vries ‘91 James L. Whatley ‘71 

Texas Wesleyan $2,500-$4,999 Daniel W. McVeigh ‘90  $600-$1,199 Derek Hopkins ‘91 

Thiel $1,200-$1,900 Paul T. Steffens, Jr. ‘70  Thomas K. Stempel, M.D. ‘69  $250-$599 Thomas R. Faessel ‘89 Richard D. Huether, Sr. ‘74  William C. Murray ‘69 Barry D. Stamm, M.D. ‘70 $1-$249 Paul Connelly ‘15  James E. Frits ‘71 Gregory A. Gainer ‘87 Lewis D. Guarnieri ‘93 Bruce E. Johnson ‘93 Ralph F. Kusserow ‘58 Cary A. Lambert ‘70 Benjamin Leberfinger ‘15  Donald F. Munro ‘70 George A. Summerhill, Jr. ‘59 Jared Wilcox ‘14  Matthew M. Willis ‘15 

Toledo $1,200-$1,900 Dr. Ron S. Binder ‘83  $600-$1,199 Jared G. Sisley ‘07  $1-$249 Robert D. Beat ‘71  William H. Cooper ‘68 James C. Herl ‘68 Stephen E. House ‘92 Eugene C. Novak ‘58  Thomas R. Schnell ‘53 Charles H. Seawater ‘53 Dr. Richard A. St. John ‘63 

Trine $1,200-$1,900 Richard L. Hoover ‘71  $1-$249 David A. Gross ‘81  Peter A. Kempf ‘73  Stephen R. Lund ‘80 

Truman State $1,901-$2,499 Patrick J. Fontana ‘94  $1,200-$1,900 Roger R. Festa, Ph.D., FAIC, Renaissance  $250-$599 Matthew D. Finke ‘04  $1-$249 John C. Ayres ‘01 Brent T. Bordenkircher ‘95 Scott L. Dresser ‘06 Matthew C. Franker ‘01 Matthew A. Strohschein ‘98

Tulane $1,200-$1,900 Ehren J. Stanhope ‘05  $600-$1,199 Jonathan E. Brouk ‘08  $250-$599 Gregory A. Miller ‘10  $1-$249 Andrew Cooper, IV ‘04  Anthony J. Turley, Jr. ‘93

Tulsa $1,901-$2,499 Maurice L. Richards, Jr. ‘51  $1-$249 John Lukeman ‘52 

UCLA

Jason T. Jarvis ‘10 Jerrold H. Jensen ‘64 Robert M. Jepson ‘12 Steven G. Jordan Dr. Robert G. Knudsen ‘61 Joshua Lefevre ‘15  Daniel G. Mikkelsen ‘16  Erik D. Mikkelsen ‘14  Trent M. Morrison ‘14  Derek Smart ‘14 

Valparaiso $1,200-$1,900 Jonathan H. Shanklin ‘08  $600-$1,199 Matthew W. Engelhardt ‘91  Dr. Corey B. Schuler ‘02  $250-$599 Troy D. Hanson ‘02  William C. Kolzow ‘59  $1-$249 Rev. Charles R. Aufdenkampe ‘67 Bradford J. Brown ‘04 Donald R. Cuming ‘68 Jeffrey R. Dippold ‘79 Daniel P. Eschbach ‘77 Marshall Miller ‘14  Eric E. Swing ‘73 Ben Tiemann ‘17  Brian F. White ‘61  Winfield S. Winter ‘75  Geoffrey A. Yates ‘10

$1-$249 Laurence F. Dunn ‘90  Robert E. Sheffield, D.D.S. ‘91 

Vanderbilt

UNC-Wilmington

Vermont

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

$2,500-$4,999 Russell A. Straub ‘86  $600-$1,199 Andrew G. Hughes ‘11 

Utah

Villanova

$250-$599 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  J. William Gordon ‘67 Paul S. Kirby, Ph.D. ‘88 Ralph H. Rhudy ‘62 Michael B. Zuhl ‘73 

$5,000-$9,999 Daniel J. Kraninger ‘93  $250-$599 J. Brian Carden ‘82  $1-$249 Gary H. Bonas, Jr. ‘68  David A. DePetris ‘87 Dr. James J. Kelly, Jr. ‘81  Neal D. Muroff ‘87

Utah State $250-$599 Jace W. Cairns ‘13  Jordan Hunt ‘13  $1-$249 Gary R. Black ‘63  Carl L. Dieda ‘59

$1,200-$1,900 Jason J. McGill ‘08 

Vincennes $1-$249 Matt T. Sigsbee ‘90

Virginia $1,901-$2,499 Jonathan J. Kucera ‘69  Brian C. Warren, Jr. ‘04  $1-$249 Wilbur W. Albertson, Jr. ‘69

“Not having children of our own, our involvement with SigEp has allowed us to have a different sort of family, and a planned gift is one way we can help ensure that family’s future.” –Mike, Memphis ’69, and Gay Williams

Warren F. Chauncey ‘56 Richard F. Sterba ‘71 

Virginia Commonwealth $600-$1,199 John E. Budzinski ‘76  Lee W. Stewart ‘10  $250-$599 Sheehan Z. A. Walker ‘11  $1-$249 Kyle K. Baker, Renaissance Ryan O. Bryant ‘11 Michael A. Day ‘79 Dr. Stephen J. Glawson, Sr. ‘82 Brian C. Jarrett ‘12 Richard C. Jones ‘16  Caleb P. Massey ‘14  Nicholas Petrihos ‘17  James W. Poole ‘14 Sina Rahini ‘17  Mark Sheeran ‘16  William F. Via, Jr. ‘74  Thomas T. Vu ‘13

Virginia Tech $600-$1,199 Edward E. Bishop, Jr. ‘74  John R. Lawson, II ‘75  E. Wayne Williams, Jr. ‘72 

$250-$599 Todd M. Lewers ‘78  $1-$249 Wayne M. Regensburg ‘77

Wake Forest $600-$1,199 Kenneth R. Hunt, Jr. ‘87  $1-$249 Dwight T. Bridges, Jr. ‘60 Charles B. Lassiter ‘70 Donald C. O’Shea ‘93

Washburn $2,500-$4,999 R. Clayton Funk ‘93  $1,901-$2,499 Keenan S. Buoy ‘82  $600-$1,199 Brian M. Clarke ‘03  Brett A. Misse ‘93  $250-$599 Terry D. Boepple ‘86  David J. Callanan ‘98  Jonathan B. Klima ‘03  Thomas M. Martin ‘84 Gregory W. Messersmith ‘82  William W. Sneed ‘77  A. Robert Tatera ‘81  Gregory L. Woertz ‘81  $1-$249 Ryan R. Biladeau ‘03

Eric R. Blevins ‘01 Roy R. Christy, Jr. ‘81 Brad W. Clark ‘74 Todd D. Elgin ‘83  Gregory L. Franken ‘81 Lawrence H. Ganong ‘72  Matthew S. Goddard ‘95  Mark L. Guthrie ‘78  William A. Hachmeister, Renaissance  Charles M. Hart ‘77 Frank J. Jaksa, III ‘03  Thomas G. Lemon ‘90  James A. Martin ‘79  Daniel S. Minton ‘15 Paul E. Oehm ‘83 Richard O. Parrish ‘78  Robert K. Russell ‘78 Scott E. Seitter ‘81 James F. Snyder ‘57 Laurence E. Spurgeon ‘88 Bradley C. Taylor ‘92 Roger H. VanHoozer ‘72  Steven C. Vosseller ‘94  Gary J. Warmington ‘81 Mark T. Yager ‘80  Alan M. Zillinger, Renaissance

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Thomas Paknik ‘59 Jeffrey A. Ray, Esq. ‘89 William R. Seymour ‘53 

$1-$249 Austin N. Fuller ‘16  Jens F. Jorgensen, D.M.D. ‘67 

West Virginia Tech

Wichita State

$250-$599 Cary J. Hancock ‘83  Edward J. Walsh ‘69  $1-$249 William K. Cox ‘74 Diego F.F. Gutierrez ‘83 Anthony M. Janeshek ‘74 Richard J. Moran ‘69  Clement R. Pizzo ‘63

$5,000-$9,999 Denis H. Dieker, Jr. ‘77  $2,500-$4,999 D. Cary Peaden ‘76  $1,901-$2,499 Christopher T. Hett ‘96  $1,200-$1,900 Jeffrey C. Gates ‘89  Joe B. Poston ‘73  Christopher S. Purdum ‘07  Dale D. Wagner ‘71  $600-$1,199 Andrew D. King ‘01  Trent A. Patterson ‘10  $250-$599 Nathaniel N. Crow ‘04  Michael E. Groat ‘02  Nels W. Hoadley ‘79  Robert J. Kerr ‘75  Michael T. Malone ‘86  Jason L. Rose ‘01  K. Zack Sigler ‘73  $1-$249 Andrew J. Anderson ‘89 Brian L. Austin ‘08 Alan J. Bontrager ‘75 Lynn A. Harrington ‘62  Mark E. Heiman ‘83  Joseph R. Huggins ‘11 Cale J. Janner ‘09 Dr. Robert E. Martin ‘61 Dr. John R. Morton ‘66  Michael B. Roach ‘68  The Honorable Scott W. Stucky ‘70 

Western Carolina $1,901-$2,499 John E. Davis ‘87  $1-$249 Steven J. Almasy ‘88 William P. Anderson ‘86

“It’s really exciting to see light bulbs go on in these undergraduates’ heads … it’s really important for us to remember that we were them not so long ago.” –Jason St. John, Maryland-College Park ’94

Washington $1,901-$2,499 Stanley G. Freimuth ‘70  $600-$1,199 Jay C. Ackley ‘73  Michael R. Catalano ‘10  $250-$599 Kevin J. Carnevali ‘95 Richard V. Jackson ‘87 $1-$249 Roy (Skip) Caviezel ‘60  David M. Handa ‘84  Matthew Huggins ‘14  Jack S. Hupp ‘54  Samuel O’Hara ‘16  Robert D. Ormsby ‘69 Kamal P. Sohal ‘15  Kenneth M. Thompson ‘14 

Washington & Lee $1-$249 Alexander K. A. Baca ‘14  Timothy J. Fisher ‘15  Samuel D. Gilleran ‘11 Dr. Theodore K. Oates ‘67 Rev. Jeffrey B. Spence ‘71 

Washington in St. Louis

Adam B. Stoltz ‘99  $250-$599 Robert G. Scheibe ‘60  $1-$249 Stephen K. Burch ‘67  Jonathan S. Kramer ‘06  Robert J. Krapfl, D.V.M. ‘90  Richard R. Meckfessel ‘61  Andrew T. Pickens, M.D. ‘65 Lawrence B. Plawsky ‘89 

Washington State $2,500-$4,999 John P. Fredrickson ‘56  $1,200-$1,900 Michael E. Fredrickson ‘92  $600-$1,199 Kenneth G. Christianson ‘74  $250-$599 John A. Sciuchetti ‘87  Clifford A. Webster ‘74  $1-$249 Michael T. Harbour ‘07 John E. Jacobs ‘81  Andrew A. Klages ‘78 Christopher C. Mitchell ‘09  Hallie J. Newton ‘70 Richard P. Small ‘52 Wayne F. Walther ‘67

$5,000-$9,999 William G. Tragos ‘56  $1,200-$1,900

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West Chester $600-$1,199 Judge Mitchell G. Crane, Renaissance  $1-$249 Stephen Clark ‘15  Steven Cross ‘16  Matt Keller ‘16  Adam Lasalle ‘16  Douglas W. Lauver ‘93  Steven G. Love ‘15  Brett Pugliese ‘16  Aaron Rapsinski ‘15  John M. Schmersahl ‘16  Justin Sukley ‘17  Philip R. Tripp ‘91 Ryan Walter ‘14  Eric Xavier ‘16 

West Virginia $600-$1,199 Raymond P. Clarke ‘84  George J. Koperna, Jr. ‘91  $250-$599 Jonathon R. Capon ‘81 Ronald G. Montgomery ‘77  $1-$249 Patrick Clarke ‘17  Daniel P. Flynn ‘01  Ralph P. Glover, Jr. ‘62 Charles A. Heisterkamp ‘83 William F. Lichte ‘53 

Western Kentucky $1-$249 T. Ryan James ‘93 Craig M. Sutter ‘96

Western Michigan $1,901-$2,499 Brian A. Boron ‘89  $1,200-$1,900 Noel P. Allen ‘94  Lucas A. Freudenburg ‘05  $600-$1,199 James R. Bernard ‘60  Ryan P. Blanck ‘02  Kelly L. Mankin ‘82  John A. Schuyler ‘00  $250-$599 Steven W. Minor ‘71  $1-$249 David L. Beiser ‘59 James M. Eger ‘59  Richard B. Forde ‘58 John R. Gray ‘63 George L. Maciak ‘16  John H. Marshall ‘62 Christopher G. Miller ‘14  Robert L. Ogur ‘61  Edward L. Rogers ‘60 Bruce J. Ruttenberg ‘89 John H. Shaw ‘88  Connor Smith ‘16  Turner Solterman ‘17  Timothy E. Teagan ‘63 Bruce Weidenhammer ‘16  Jeffrey Williams ‘15  Thomas A. Wilson ‘64  Charles G. Yoder, Jr. ‘56

Westminster $250-$599 Douglas D. Nosik ‘69  Alex K. Scull ‘12 

William & Mary $250-$599 David H. Tikkala ‘80  $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 John J. Edgar ‘15  Thomas M. Ford, Jr. ‘66 Scott B. McEvoy ‘71 Marcus Onley ‘16 

Jonathan R. Mandell ‘07  Philip E. Stieg ‘74  Troy E. Vosseller ‘06  $600-$1,199 Lucas K. Behnke ‘04  Nathan A. Lampi ‘03  $250-$599 Robert N. Beyer ‘03 Corbin C. Blankenstein ‘09 Ronald D. Bonjean, Jr. ‘93  Michael D. Boyer ‘94 Brian P. Bye ‘04 Richard B. Epstein ‘93 Kendall R. Garrison ‘06  Nicholas M. Isabella ‘03  Christopher Larus ‘88 Peter M. Rago ‘08  Ryan J. Relich ‘04  Brett J. Schleis ‘98 Micah J. Vegter ‘04  $1-$249 Craig M. Belisle ‘12 Trent J. Benishek ‘07 Brian J. Burke ‘07 James E. Byrns ‘48  Jonathan S. Forest ‘91 Elias S. Friedman ‘91 Paul C. Gard ‘64 Gregory S. Gossard ‘01 Matthew J. Groth ‘09 Ted R. Habermann ‘80  Marlen J. Hoesly ‘59  James L. Hopp ‘61  Thomas R. Hughes ‘66 Kevin D. Hurth ‘08 Kurt H. Krahn ‘52  Charles J. Levesque ‘90 Igor D. Luzhansky ‘12 J. Michael Martyn ‘62 Jeffrey S. Mayer ‘07 Edward A. Nelsen ‘59 Thomas N. Neuberger ‘66  J. Burton Pierce ‘50 Jeremy F. Pierre ‘98 David S. Poniewaz ‘98 Gordon R. Putz ‘66 Justin J. Rezac ‘99 Paul D. Scharping ‘83  Robert M. Thomas ‘66 Charles A. Zahn ‘54

WisconsinStevens Point $600-$1,199 Barry A. Norem ‘68  $1-$249 Gerald E. Finch ‘66

Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Oshkosh $1-$249 William S. Flaherty ‘71  Daniel L. Mueller ‘70

$1-$249 Charles L. Willihnganz, Renaissance

WPI

Wisconsin $10,000-$24,999 Jere D. Fluno ‘63  $5,000-$9,999 Kevin J. Koerner ‘84  $2,500-$4,999 Wallace C. Doud ‘48  $1,200-$1,900 Rohit Burju ‘05 

Blake Alley ‘16  Leonard Ballosh ‘17  Jason Bednarski ‘16  Grzegorz P. Bielak ‘14  Kody Brand ‘16  Mitchel Burkholder ‘17  Carter A. Casidy ‘13  Timothy Cornelisen ‘16  Daniel J. Determan ‘04  Carson Doney ‘17  Jason S. Foster ‘15  Braden Ganter ‘14  Brian K. Gilbank ‘15  Charles Gilbert ‘16  Jason T. Goetsch ‘11 Jesus Hernandez ‘17  Taylor R. Keesler ‘15  Samuel Kimpan ‘16  Steven J. Kittel ‘10 Nathaniel D. J. Knautz ‘15  Jonathan R. Koll ‘14  Kenneth R. McHone ‘06  Joshua Meyer ‘16  William Michels  Dylan R. Miller ‘14  Joshua A. Miller ‘14  Travis Ottelien ‘14  Christian Sanchez-Alcantar ‘17  Ryan Schauff ‘16  Daniel Shircel ‘16  Benjamin R. Siegman ‘14  Michael Sivill ‘15  Nick Skala‘17  Ryan Sollberger ‘16  Zach Spano ‘17  Jonathon Starnitcky ‘17  Collin M. Thole ‘16  Logan Thole ‘16  Lucas R. VanEgtern ‘14  Nicholas Volkmann ‘17  Garret Wermager ‘15  Alexander Wynveen ‘16 

Wisconsin-Platteville $1,200-$1,900 Brett A. Gough ‘03  Brad D. Polzar ‘07  Matthew W. Sides ‘02  $600-$1,199 John P. Aspinwall ‘05  $1-$249

$1,200-$1,900 Jonathan D. Shoemaker ‘09  $600-$1,199 Daniel Sullivan ‘12  $1-$249 John R. Black ‘53 Francis L. Bliven ‘48 Earl M. Bloom, Jr. ‘55

Luke P. Bogdanovich ‘14 Richard G. Perreault ‘68  Cornelius W. Spellman, Renaissance

Wright State $600-$1,199 Joshua D. Baker ‘10  $250-$599 Dr. Jeffrey C. Bauer ‘88  $1-$249 Carl Braunschweiger ‘13  Granger H. Butler ‘78 Sean E. Curtis ‘12 Caleb Hemmelgarn ‘13  Kyle C. Kemp ‘13  Jason Moorman ‘13  Tyler Shaw ‘13  Steven M. Spohn ‘80 

Wyoming $1,200-$1,900 Keith L. Sapp ‘03 

Yale $250-$599 David M. Mandelbaum ‘15 $1-$249 Dr. Douglas A. Berv, Renaissance Paul Hinkes ‘15

Youngstown State $600-$1,199 Dr. Gary E. Jones ‘62  $1-$249 Robert E. Berquist ‘70 James A. Colantino ‘74  Bruce A. Goff ‘71 James M. McGinn, III ‘68 Robert A. Pavalko, II ‘02 Dr. Eugene F. Trell ‘58 Donald J. Yavorsky ‘86

Friends of SigEp $50,000-$99,999 Brett & Kelly Wimberley  $25,000-$49,999 Larry E. Soice  $10,000-$24,999 Pamela L. Cameron ‘07  $5,000-$9,999 Dorothy Mackie  $2,500-$4,999 Ginger Rutherford  $600-$1,199 Matthew Barton  Mr. & Mrs. Edward Clark  Kevin Knobloch Ann Laurenson  Cal C. Majure ‘08  William McLaughlin  Gayda M. Patterson  Mrs. Teddi I. Robeson 


Teddi I. Robeson  Mary Beth Tyler  $250-$599 Lawrence L. Biacchi  Helene Byrnes  Sean P. Duffy, Ph.D. Medrith Hamilton Armando Hinojos Karen Katz A. Paul King Nicholas Ottenwess Victor & Elizabeth Reizman Elizabeth R. Ridl  Kay Robinson Marianne Trigg Kevin White Carolyn Whittier $1-$249 Allison Ackerman William Allen Bryan Althiede Gary & Donna Anderson Jeremy Ball Keith Bange Barb Barton William Bell Lance Brignac Lauren Campbell Sue Carey Mr. & Mrs. Jim Choukas-Bradley Mrs. L Clark Gail Cobb Jessica Collamore Taylor Collins Rosemarie DelMonte Karen DeMatteo David Diefenderfer John DiSarro Brad Ferguson David Fuzzell Tom & Jane Garrick Scott Greb Scott Hanaman Mark Heacock Tracy Henderson Alan Huff Kay Irby Chuck Jarrett Julian Jelke  Parker Jelke  Jeff & Kendra Johnson Suzanne Keller James L. Dennis Elementary Allison M. Latagliata Betty LeDoux Michael Levin  Cari Little Jill Martin Terry Martin Mark McInnes Ty Mcnamee Kathleen Mikel Andrea & George Miller Denise Holme &

Michael Moore Eddie & Susan Moss Antione & Helaine Nader Staci Nash Stacy D. Nicodemus Jeralyn Norbot Deena Oren Joel & Cindy Peskin T. Boone Pickens John Regina John & Jennifer Ringler Claude & Rosalina Rosay Hank Scheel Barbara Shanahan  Tom & Carol Slager Eleanor Vick Ernest Walcher Martha Wasell Manseau Susan L. Williams Maurine K. Wood 

AVCs and Corporations $10,000-$24,999 Oregon Alpha AVC  $5,000-$9,999 North Carolina Beta AVC  United Way of Northern New Jersey  $2,500-$4,999 Pennsylvania Nu AVC  SS Sportservice  $1,901-$2,499 North Carolina Zeta AVC  $1,200-$1,900 Kansas Eta AVC  Texas Delta AVC  $600-$1,199 California Theta AVC  Oklahoma Alpha AVC $250-$599 Alpha Chi Omega Maryland Beta AVC Pennsylvania Psi AVC Plum Creek Foundation Sales Effectiveness Incorporated Willis North America $1-$249 Alpha Phi AmazonSmile Foundation American Refining Group, Inc. Computer System Innovations Kansas Delta AVC Ohio Nu AVC Oklahoma Beta Oklahoma Beta AVC S Pelley Consulting Texas Eta AVC

YOUR SUPPORT

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LEADERSHIP

national board of directors Grand President Phillip A. Cox Indiana '84 National Director of Managed Accounts and Alternative Investments, Schwab Institutional

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

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

Grand Secretary Richard W. Bennet III Central Missouri ‘74 Co-Chief Executive Officer, CCA Global Partners

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

Billy D. Maddalon

Shawn McKenna

North Carolina State ‘90 Managing Owner, Unique Southern Estates

Daniel W. McVeigh

Southern California ‘70 President and CEO, Stiletto Entertainment

Maine ‘77 CEO and Chairman of the Board, Starlight Development Overseas (SDO) Ltd

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

Sawyer J. Hicks Student Director

Erik Mikkelsen Student Director

Marshall Miller Student Director

Garry C. Kief

Davidson ‘14

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Grand Treasurer Christopher L. Bittman

Utah State ‘14

Valparaiso ‘14


EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES 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.

President Edward H. Hammond, Ph.D. Emporia State ‘66 President Emeritus and Professor of Education, Fort Hays State University

Gary E. Griffith Texas-Austin ‘70 President, Today Foundation

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

Michael C. Williams Memphis ‘69 Retired Attorney, Evans Petree PC

SigEp National Housing Board 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 Kenneth S. Maddox Oregon State ‘75 Business Manager, Hamilton Construction Company

Secretary Stephen B. Shanklin, Ph.D.

Vice President Arthur J. (AJ) Siccardi Jr.

Murray State ‘70 Associate Professor of Accounting, Tennessee State University, Nashville

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

Secretary/Treasurer Brian C. Warren Jr.

Clark H. Byrum

Kenneth G. Christianson

Virginia ‘04 CEO, Sigma Phi Epsilon

Indiana ‘57 President, The Key Corporation

Washington State ‘74 President/Owner, Chrishaven Trees

Timothy J. Harmon

Christopher M. McCaw

John D. Weir

Stephen L. Young

Washington ‘82 President,Harmon Construction Company

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

Purdue ‘01 Project Manager, Kelso-Burnett Company

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

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WAYS TO GIVE

ONLINE

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

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

CASH OR CHECK

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

STOCKS Our donors are united in their belief that a SigEp experience can be truly transformational. As a public charity and a 501(c)(3) corporation, the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation provides brothers and friends with a variety of ways to impact the lives of our youngest brothers and support the programs, events and scholarships that define their undergraduate years.

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.

HONOR AND MEMORIAL GIFTS

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

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ENDOWMENTS AND NAMED GIFTS

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.

PLANNED GIFTS

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.

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

PROGRAMS AND EVENTS Stacy Nicodemus, CMP Programs and Events Director

brian.warren@sigep.net 804.612.1417

stacy.nicodemus@sigep.net 804.612.1394

FINANCE Julie W. Ross, CPA Finance Director

FRATERNITY OPERATIONS Seth D. Irby Louisiana State ‘11 Fraternity Operations Director

julie.ross@sigep.net 804.612.1408

Jenn Harter Foundation Accountant jenn.harter@sigep.net 804.612.1416

FUNDRAISING AND ADVANCEMENT Matt Parrish Georgia ‘08 Director of Advancement

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS Beaux Carriere Charleston ‘10 Marketing and Communications Director

matt.parrish@sigep.net 804.612.1400

beaux.carriere@sigep.net 804.612.1406

Lee Stewart Virginia Commonwealth ‘10 Advancement Officer and Alumni Relations Director

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

lee.stewart@sigep.net 804.612.1392

Jordan Hunt Utah State ‘13 Advancement Officer jordan.hunt@sigep.net 804.612.1424

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 804.612.1415 or emily.lowry@sigep.net.

Emily Lowry Donor Relations Manager

seth.irby@sigep.net 804.612.1398

emily.lowry@sigep.net 804.612.1415

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

HOUSING Patrick T. Murphy Northeastern ‘10 SENH Managing Director

archie.messersmith@sigep. net 804.612.1410

804.612.1414

patrick.murphy@sigep.net

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Photos: Ian Johnson, Loras '14, pages 0, 13, 16, 17, back cover Walker Atkinson, Virginia Commonwealth '16, pages 14, 15


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