Spring 2013

IN THIS ISSUE
Volume 118, Number 3 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
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Day of Service
8roLhers maklng a dlñerence
ln our communlues.
WGM’s Letter
A Greater Cause
Brothers In Action
Endowment Fund
Ritual Update
Social Media
Alumni Updates
Chapter News
Chapter Celestial
Advertiser’s Index
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4
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36
40
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64
DEPARTMENTS
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10
13, 18, 34
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Legendary Brother Brought Back
To Life On The Silver Screen
8ememberlng “Lrk” 8ussell, !r.
Man of the Year Celebration
Brothers gather at Tau Chapter
Lo honor 8roLher 8lll Wlullñ.
Happy Anniversary…
Beta-Upsilon, Gamma, Gamma-Xi all
celebraLe 100 years or more!
John G. Tower Awards
LlghL alumnl 8roLhers honored.
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Dear Brothers,
kappa Slgma conunues Lo en[oy hlsLorlc successes
ln all areas. 8epresenLed by more Lhan 17,000 men on
more Lhan 310 college campuses, kappa Slgma ls Lhe
largesL lraLernlLy ln Lhe world. Cur undergraduaLes
conunue Lo domlnaLe ln lnLramurals and scholasuc
pursulLs. 1he War on Pazlng conunues, wlLh chapLers
re[ecung negauve behavlor and reformlng Lhemselves.
And l am proud Lo noLe LhaL, for Lhe ñrsL ume ever, more Lhan half of our
undergraduaLes have earned aL leasL one ceruñcaLe of rlLual proñclency
by commlmng our 8lLual Lo memory. Cur 8roLhers are llvlng by our four
CornersLones of Scholarshlp, Leadershlp, lellowshlp and Servlce.
Kappa Sigma Provides “A Day of Service”
Servlce remalns a key componenL of our CornersLones. 1oday, llke never
before, our 8roLhers have commlued Lhemselves Lo Servlce above self, Lo
Lhelr communlues and Lo Lhelr campuses. Cur chapLers and alumnl have come
LogeLher on an unprecedenLed scale Lo hold our ñrsL ever uay of Servlce,
brlnglng LogeLher Lhousands of 8roLhers across Lhe conunenL Lo glve back.
l’m proud Lo say LhaL kappa Slgma has made a dlñerence ln a way no oLher
fraLernlLy ever has, and l am sure you wlll en[oy readlng abouL Lhose eñorLs.
W|u||ñ Ce|ebrated as 2012 Man of the ¥ear at 1au Chapter
1hls pasL !anuary, more Lhan 200 kappa Slgmas came LogeLher aL Lhe
amazlng 1au ChapLer lodge aL Lhe unlverslLy of 1exas-Ausun Lo celebraLe Lhe
llfe and career of our 2012 Man of Lhe ?ear, 8roLher 8lll Wlullñ. A legendary
screenwrlLer, producer and phoLographer, 8roLher Wlullñ wroLe Lhe screenplay
for such classlcs as 1he ÞerfecL SLorm and Lonesome uove. 8ead abouL Lhe
evenL ln Lhls lssue, and you are sure Lo marvel aL boLh 8roLher Wlullñ’s
accompllshmenLs and Lhe 1au lodge!
We are proud of 8roLher Wlullñ, and all of our alumnl who brlng honor
Lo kappa Slgma every day wlLh Lhelr careers, ln Lhelr communlues, and wlLh
Lhelr famllles, and we were prlvlleged Lo honor several alumnl wlLh Lhe !ohn
C. 1ower ulsungulshed Alumnl Award. 1hls lssue wlll recognlze many of Lhem,
and Lhe recenL slgnlñcanL annlversarles LhaL our chapLers have celebraLed.

1he Campa|gn for kappa S|gma
Cur undergraduaLe 8roLhers conunue Lo make our alumnl exLremely
proud wlLh Lhelr good works on campus and ln Lhe communlLy. Powever, Lhe
rapldly escalaung cosLs of college conunue Lo LhreaLen Lhe opporLunlLy for
men Lo añord a college degree. kappa Slgma can, and musL, make a dlñerence
ln Lhls area. We can make college more añordable for our members.
1he Campalgn for kappa Slgma wlll secure Lhe fuLure
of our Crder, and wlll provlde valuable scholarshlps Lo our
undergraduaLes. Already, generous alumnl have sLepped
up Lo Lhe plaLe wlLh lncredlble conLrlbuuons, lncludlng a
Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Award LhaL has been esLabllshed
ln Lhe name of WorLhy Crand Scrlbe Creg PunL and a
From The Worthy Grand Master
WORTHY GRAND SCRIBE
Gregory S. Hunt
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Mitchell B. Wilson
COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSIONER
Jeffrey S. McKenzie
DEPUTY CADUCEUS COMMISSIONER/EDITOR
Gary A. Marinelli
ASSISTANT EDITOR
C. Kenneth Maynard
ARTWORK/DESIGN
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KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY
Founded at the University of Virginia, December 10, 1869.
276 Chapters and 37 colonies in the U.S. and Canada.
The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma has been published continuously
since 1885. Published quarterly. Periodicals postage paid at
Charlottesville, VA, and at additional mailing office.
Volume 118, Number 3, Spring 2013
ISSN 107-164-91 USPS 010-403
Printed in the USA.
POSTMASTER
Please send notice of undeliverable copies on Form 3579 to
Kappa Sigma, P.O. Box 5066, Charlottesville, VA 22905
MEMBER
Visiting Charlottesville…
Visits to McCormick Hall, home of Zeta Chapter and
46 East Lawn, the birthplace of Kappa Sigma on the
grounds of the University of Virginia, may be arranged
through Headquarters. McCormick Hall has open house
for visiting Kappa Sigmas Saturdays during the aca-
demic year by appointment. Due to UVA rules, visiting
Brothers who are not UVA students are not permitted to
attend social events of the Zeta Chapter. When visiting
Charlottesville, please respect that both McCormick Hall
and 46 East Lawn are home to fellow Brothers and that
activities on the Lawn and at McCormick Hall are subject
to the rules of the University.
$100,000 glû from 8roLher LmmeL l. 8ellvllle (8eLa-Cmega,
Colorado College, ‘93). We are proud Lo hlghllghL Lhe generoslLy
of some of our donors ln Lhls lssue, and look forward Lo sharlng
more deLalls on 1he Campalgn for kappa Slgma.
ln Lhls lssue, you wlll also read more abouL Lhe wlnners
of our 2012 Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Awards. 1hese young men
represenL Lhe besL and Lhe brlghLesL on college campuses
Loday. We are proud Lo recognlze Lhem ln Lhls way, and
conLrlbuLe ln anoLher fashlon Lo Lhelr college experlence. 1hey
are why we glve back.
8roLhers, we are Lruly experlenclng Lhe greaLesL perlod ln Lhe
hlsLory of our Crder, l have never been more opumlsuc abouL Lhe
fuLure of kappa Slgma. 1hank you all for your leadershlp, and l look
forward Lo seelng many of you aL our Crand Conclave Lhls !uly!
A.E.K.D.B.
S. Chrlsuan nasclmenLo
WorLhy Crand MasLer
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 3
Ior more |nformanon, or to reg|ster, go to: www.kappas|gma.org]grandconc|ave
Kappa Sigma has always
embraced the concept of service
and beuerlng our surroundlng
communlues. 1hls pasL year has
been no dlñerenL. 1hroughouL
the 2012-2013 academic school
year, Kappa Sigma brothers
demonsLraLed Lhelr undylng
passlon for lmprovlng Lhelr sur-
roundlng communlues on a local
and nauonal level Lhrough Lhe
kappa Slgma uay of Servlce.
Announced aL Lhe 2012
Leadership Conferences in New
Orleans and Las Vegas, the Day
of Service was designed to bring
all chapters and brothers of
Kappa Sigma together for one
day Lo glve back Lo our surroundlng communlues. kappa
Sigma Brotherhood responded in spades to the Day of Ser-
vice! When it was all said and done, Kappa Sigma brothers
LhroughouL Lhe counLry volunLeered over 29,000 hours and
ralsed over $60,000 for charlLable causes ln [usL one day.
Overall the Kappa Sigma Day of
Servlce was a greaL success.
Comlng oñ Lhe Lremendous
success and ouLsLandlng feed-
back from Lhe lnaugural uay of
Service, Kappa Sigma decided
Lo “double down” ln advance
of Grand Conclave in Las Vegas
and hold a second Spring Day of
Service which took place on Sat-
urday Aprll 13, 2013. 8ead more
abouL kappa Slgma’s Sprlng uay
of Servlce ln Lhe nexL lssue of
Lhe Caduceus.
As Grand Conclave ap-
proaches Lhls summer ln Las
vegas, kappa Slgma’s dedlca-
uon Lo servlce ls sLronger Lhan
ever! kappa Slgma conunues Lo lead Lhe fraLernal world
wlLh our phllanLhroplc eñorLs and our resolve Lo make Lhe
world around us a beuer place ls second Lo none. All kappa
Slgma 8roLhers should be proud of our A CreaLer Cause
accompllshmenLs Lhls pasL year. H
Kappa Sigma Day of Service
By Josh M. Zimmer, A Greater Cause Commissioner (Xi-Lambda, University of Delaware, ‘97)
“1he best woy to fnd yourse/f is to /ose yourse/f in the service of others.”
― Mohotmo 6ondhi
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A GREATER CAUSE
“Service is the measure of greatness; it always has
been true; it is true today, and it always will be true,
that he is greatest who does the most of good.”
— William Jennings Bryan
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 5
A GREATER CAUSE
Be the Champion for Change
By Corey G. Hill (Theta-Psi, Oklahoma City University, ’05)
The cause for change in Kappa Sigma chapters begins
with each member: pledge, undergraduate and alumnus.
lnacuon ln Lhe face of hazlng ls nelLher a neuLral acL nor an acL
of dlsapproval. lf you are noL sure abouL a chapLer Lradluon
or acuvlLy, you have an obllgauon Lo ensure your chapLer’s
success by conLacung Lhe chapLer volunLeers or kappa Slgma
lnLernauonal PeadquarLers for asslsLance. lurLhermore, each
member has Lhe power Lo engage Lhe enure chapLer ln a
dlalogue abouL kappa Slgma goals, values, and Lradluons. lrom
examples llke SLephen Alonzo !ackson, kappa Slgmas know Lhe
dlñerence one man can make. ?our courage Lo sLand by kappa
Slgma’s values wlll sLarL Lhe change ln Lhe chapLer.
Over 15 chapters have stepped forward demanding a new
dlrecuon. ChapLers, long suñerlng from Lhelr cholce Lo neglecL
Lhelr obllgauons Lo kappa Slgma and Lhelr fellow man, have
reached out to access the resources available to help their
chapLers lmprove and re[ecL lneñecuve and counLerlnLuluve
Lradluons. 8y each chapLer’s cholce, Lhelr new dlrecuon has
beneñued Lhem ln more quallLy men [olnlng Lhelr chapLer,
increased success in philanthropy and community service,
lncreased paruclpauon ln all chapLer funcuons, and a more
honest and genuine fellowship for every brother to enjoy. The
beneñLs of dolng Lhe rlghL Lhlng are asLoundlng.
1he 8roLhers ln Acuon Commlsslon has developed
resources to help members and chapters confront the issues,
sLarL conversauons abouL quesuonable Lradluons, kappa
Slgma’s values, and Lhe chapLer’s ob[ecuves. uownload
Lhe “Pazlng Þrevenuon 1oolklL” from mykappaSlgma and
conLacL your Alumnus Advlsor and ulsLrlcL Crand MasLer
wlLh any quesuons or concerns. Lngage Lhe Lxecuuve
Commluee and members ln dlalogue. SLand up for kappa
Slgma. 1he 8roLhers ln Acuon Commlsslon sLands ready Lo
assist you with any resources or help you may need to be the
champion for change. H
Worthy Grand Master Chr|snan Nasc|mento dec|ared the War on naz|ng at the 68th 8|enn|a| Grand Conc|ave |n 2011. S|nce
th|s dec|aranon, more kappa S|gma chapters and |nd|v|dua| brothers have stood strong for the va|ues of kappa S|gma
Iratern|ty and re[ected wrongheaded trad|nons and bad pracnces, |nstead embrac|ng an opportun|ty to be the champ|ons
for change |n the|r chapters and more broad|y, kappa S|gma Iratern|ty.
1he new 8roLhers ln Acuon (8lA) for Members Manual
is now available on myKappaSigma. This manual outlines a
year-round 8roLhers ln Acuon program for your chapLer and
ldenuñes and provldes resources for your chapLer’s unlque
8roLhers ln Acuon program.
1he beneñLs of membershlp ln kappa Slgma exLend
beyond the skills you are able to develop simply through social
lnLeracuons. 8roLhers ln Acuon ls a means Lo embrace Lhe lour
Þlllars of kappa Slgma lraLernlLy on a chapLer and personal
level. Pavlng llsLened Lo feedback from members, Lhe 8lA
Commlsslon has developed Lhls new program wlLh Lhe hopes
of expanding the value of your Kappa Sigma membership.
Several key concepLs were consldered as Lhe 8lA com-
mlsslon developed Lhls manual. llrsL, Lhe 8lA commlsslon
undersLands LhaL each chapLer has lLs own unlqueness and
ldenuLy. So as noL Lo Lake LhaL away, dlñerenL layers ln Lhls
program were purposely deslgned Lo be cusLomlzable lnsLead
of creaung a one-slze-ñLs-all model. 1hls ls [usL a framework,
not the end-all, be-all guide of what has to be done. Secondly,
Lhey wanLed Lo add value Lo your ume as an undergraduaLe
member of Lhe fraLernlLy. CuallLauve research shows LhaL
members geL beneñL from membershlp ln Lhe fraLernlLy.
Cverall, 8roLhers ln Acuon creaLes a healLhy envlron-
menL for Lhe chapLer Lo ald each member’s growLh, noL only
for hls college years, buL for llfe. 1he 8lA commlsslon ls very
excited about this new program and looks forward to shar-
lng all Lhe avallable resources wlLh you aL Lhe 69Lh 8lennlal
Crand Conclave ln Las vegas. H
NLW 8kC1nLkS IN AC1ICN kLSCUkCLS AVAILA8LL
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BROTHERS IN ACTION
lo occotJooce wltb tbe coosutouoo, 8y-lows ooJ koles of koppo 5lqmo ltotetolty, tbe slote of oomloees fot tbe 5opteme íxecouve
commluee to be electeJ ot tbe 201J 8leoolol CtooJ cooclove ls pteseoteJ below.
New SEC Nominees Selected
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 7






Brother Beau Turpin (Kappa-Zeta, Georgia South-
ern University, ’04) has taken on the challenge of
bringing a legendary Kappa Sigma back to life on the
silver screen. University of Georgia and Georgia South-
ern University coach Erskine “Erk” Russell, Jr. (Beta-Eta,
Auburn unlverslLy, ’47) cerLalnly leû a powerful legacy
wlLh Lhe people whose llfe he Louched and 1urpln feels
LhaL lL would be an ln[usuce Lo keep Lhose memorles
aL bay and noL leL younger generauons experlence Lrk
Russell’s teachings.
1urpln sLaLes, “1here wlll never be anoLher Lrk
8ussell. Pls non-Lradluonal meLhods and uncanny
ways of mouvaung people are Lruly someLhlng Lo
be admired. He had the ability to make his players
belleve LhaL Lhey were beuer Lhan Lhey acLually were,
Lo exceed Lhelr prlor expecLauons of Lhemselves and
glve Coach 8ussell everyLhlng Lhey had on and oñ Lhe
ñeld. Pls successes aL Lhe unlverslLy of Ceorgla and
Georgia Southern University speak for themselves but
Lhe real hearL of hls sLory ls wlLh Lhe relauonshlps he
developed wlLh hls players. Many former players have
told me the same thing. If Coach asked them to run
Lhrough a brlck wall, Lhey would have ñgured ouL a
way Lo run Lhrough LhaL wall. Pe was able Lo make Lhe
besL ouL of whaLever hand he was dealL, regardless
of Lhe slLuauon. l Lhlnk hls mosL admlrable LralL was,
that even though he set so many records as a football
coach, hls number one prlorlLy was Lo bulld characLer
wlLhln hls players Lo prepare Lhem for Lhe real world.
Pe was a maker of men.”
looLball was 1urpln’s uckeL lnLo Lhe ñlm lndusLry.
Whlle sull an undergraduaLe he was casL as a fooLball
player in We Are Marshall. Aûer LhaL experlence he
declded LhaL maklng movles ls whaL he wanLed Lo do
for Lhe resL of hls llfe. 8uL noL before ñnlshlng hls edu-
cauon aL Ceorgla SouLhern unlverslLy.
1urpln sLaLes, “l’m glad l chose Lhe paLh l dld. My
educauon and college experlence was a prlceless expe-
rlence for me and so were my experlences ln kappa
Slgma on a local and nauonal level.”
Turpin represented the Southeast chapters
of Kappa Sigma by serving on the Undergraduate
Advlsory Commluee (uAC). Pe also concluded hls
undergrad years by servlng as Crand MasLer for
kappa-ZeLa. lmmedlaLely aûer graduaung ln May
2009 he began worklng on The Blind Side as the As-
slsLanL looLball CoordlnaLor. Aûer worklng ln ALlanLa
for a few years and movlng ouL Lo Los Angeles, he
feels LhaL Lhe ume ls rlghL Lo make Lhls movle.
“l meL wlLh anoLher Ceorgla SouLhern unlverslLy
graduate James Kicklighter and through our conversa-
uon we reallzed LhaL we boLh wanLed Lo Lell Lhe Lrk sLo-
ry. Aûer LhaL we hlL Lhe ground runnlng. We ñrsL wenL Lo
the family for their blessing then began many months of
Legendary Kappa Sigma Brought
Back To Life On The Silver Screen
By Frank H. “Beau” Turpin (Kappa-Zeta, Georgia Southern University, ‘04)
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interviews with the people involved with Erk’s journey in
order to properly develop the screenplay.”
1he ñlm wlll lnclude boLh Lrk’s ume aL unlverslLy
of Ceorgla and Lhe sLarung of Lhe fooLball program aL
Ceorgla SouLhern. lL ls sull ln developmenL and Lhe
plan ls Lo sLarL shooung laLe summer for a lall 2014
release. 1he casung process has begun and 1urpln says
Lhey are ln Lhe mldsL of securlng Lhe ñnanclng.
“We have a unlque opporLunlLy Lo do someLhlng
LhaL’s never been done before on Lhls grand of scale. 1o
make a movle abouL Ceorgla, shoL ln Ceorgla, by Ceorgla
ñlmmakers, and Lo have a ma[orlLy of Lhe ñlm ñnanced
wlLhln Ceorgla ls someLhlng LhaL l’m very proud of.”
1he sLrong Lax rebaLe LhaL 8roLher & former
Covernor Ceorge “Sonny” L. Þerdue (8eLa-Lambda,
unlverslLy of Ceorgla, ‘66) passed ln 2003 has helped
Lo seL Lhe sLage for Lhls ñlm Lo be shoL ln Ceorgla and
make sense ñnanclally for lnvesLors.
“1here are so many wonderful elemenLs ln Lhls
sLory LhaL you would see ln movles llke Rudy, Remem-
ber The Titans, and The Blind Side. lL’s amazlng Lo see
LhaL some of Lhe besL parLs of Lhe besL sporLs movles
are all intertwined with Erk’s actual life. This is a very
speclal sLory and l’m humbled Lo be a parL of lL.”
lf you are lnLeresLed ln conLrlbuung Lo Lhls ñlm,
please emall erkmovle[gmall.com. H
1be bost of ítk (ceotet), bls two soos (tlqbt), 8eoo 1otplo (fot lef) ooJ Iomes klckllqbtet (lef ceotet).
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 9
Brother William D. Wittliff
2012 Kappa Sigma
man of the Year
Over 300 Brothers and guests gathered at the Tau
Chapter Lodge on the University of Texas campus on
January 12, 2013 to celebrate and recognize Brother
W||||am D. (8|||) W|u||ñ (1au, Un|vers|ty of 1exas at
Ausnn, 'S9) as the kappa S|gma Iratern|ty Man of the
¥ear. 1he event was tru|y one of kappa S|gma's hnest
hours as many of 8rother W|u||ñ's p|edge 8rothers
and Chapter 8rothers gathered |n Ausnn to recogn|ze
h|s se|ecnon as the Iratern|ty's 79th Man of the ¥ear.
1he fesuvlues ln Ausun began on SaLurday mornlng aL Lhe lron
CacLus Crlll where a speclal brunch was held for 8roLher Wlullñ
and Lhe vlslung 1au Alumnl. 1he evenL was hosLed by 8roLhers 8oss
L. SLephenson (1au, unlverslLy of 1exas aL Ausun, ‘37) and !ohn W.
Schuhmacher (1au, unlverslLy of 1exas aL Ausun, ‘37). Cld frlendshlps
were reklndled and speclal memorles of undergraduaLe years
were fondly recalled. Ausun Mayor Lee Lemngwell lssued a speclal
Þroclamauon announclng LhaL !anuary 12Lh was omclally 8lll Wlullñ
uay ln Ausun, 1exas.
A recepuon was held aL Lhe 1au ChapLer Lodge and was followed
by Lhe Man of Lhe ?ear banqueL. 1he evenlng was made compleLe wlLh
Lhe Man of Lhe ?ear Þrogram. Lxecuuve ulrecLor MlLchell 8. Wllson
served as emcee and speclal reporLs were glven on Lhe 1au ChapLer
sLaLus for Lhe 1exas Lducauonal loundauon, lnc. presenLed by !ames
W. ÞrlLcheu (1au, unlverslLy of 1exas aL Ausun, ‘71) and a sLaLus reporL
of Lhe currenL undergraduaLe chapLer by Crand MasLer Payden S.
Wlue (1au,unlverslLy of 1exas aL Ausun,’10).
WorLhy Crand Scrlbe Cregory S. PunL made a speclal presenLauon
Lo Sally Wlullñ durlng Lhe banqueL, besLowlng upon her Lhe Sllver
8owl ln honor of her husband’s selecuon as Lhe kappa Slgma lraLernlLy
Man of Lhe ?ear for 2012, along wlLh a kappa Slgma 8adge necklace
wottby CtooJ Mostet 5. cbtlsuoo Nosclmeoto pteseots
tbe Moo of tbe ¥eot AwotJ fot 2012 to 8totbet 8lll wlull[.
Above. 5olly wlull[ tecelves tbe 5llvet 8owl ooJ koppo
5lqmo 8oJqe Neckloce lo tecoqoluoo of 8totbet wlull[
beloq selecteJ os tbe 2012 Moo of tbe ¥eot.
8elow. 1be 1oo cboptet loJqe ptovlJeJ tbe petfect
semoq fot tbe 2012 Moo of tbe ¥eot 8oopoet.
2012 KAPPA SIGMA
MAN OF THE YEAR
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 11
slgnlfylng Mrs. Wlullñ as an omclal SweeLhearL of kappa
Slgma. 1he kappa Slgma lraLernlLy exLended speclal
Lhanks Lo Sally along wlLh Susan Pendrlx McMahon and
l. Pagen McMahon, !r. (1au, unlverslLy of 1exas aL Ausun,
’66) for all of Lhelr hard work ln maklng Lhe Man of Lhe
?ear 8anqueL so successful. 8roLhers n. !oseph 8alley,
!r. (1au, unlverslLy of 1exas aL Ausun, ‘73), Ceorge ?.
Slddons !r. (1au, unlverslLy of 1exas aL Ausun, ’29) and
!oe k. Longley (1au, unlverslLy of 1exas aL Ausun, ’63)
gave speclal lnLroducLory remarks and recounLed many
wonderful experlences and sLorles LhaL Lhey have shared
wlLh 8roLher Wlullñ over Lhe course of Lhelr llves and as
8roLhers of kappa Slgma lraLernlLy.
WorLhy Crand MasLer S. Chrlsuan nasclmenLo
presenLed Lhe Man of Lhe ?ear Award, hlghllghung
8roLher Wlullñ’s many successes as a dlsungulshed
phoLographer and auLhor, as well as Lhe screenwrlLer and
producer of such movles as The Perfect Storm, The Black
Stallion, Legends of the Fall, and Lonesome Dove. 8roLher
Wlullñ gave accepLance remarks and shared some of hls
experlences ln Lhe ñlm buslness. Pls hearuelL remarks
showed Lhe splrlL of 8roLherhood LhaL exlsLs among Lhe
1au 8roLhers aL Lhe unlverslLy of 1exas. 8roLher Wlullñ
ls Lhe ñûh lnluaLe of Lhe 1au ChapLer of kappa Slgma
lraLernlLy Lo recelve Lhe Man of Lhe ?ear Award and [olns
1au ChapLer lnluaLes Cyrus 8. SmlLh (’37), ÞresldenL of
Amerlcan Alrllnes, 8eauforL P. !esLer (’47), Covernor of
Lhe SLaLe of 1exas, uenLon Cooley (’64), world renown
hearL surgeon and 8lchard L. 8alnwaLer (’96), buslnessman
and enLrepreneur. 1he beauLy and promlnence of Lhe
1au ChapLer Lodge provlded a warm and approprlaLe
envlronmenL Lo honor one of Lhe mosL loyal sons LhaL Lhe
SLaLe of 1exas has ever known. H
Membets of tbe 5opteme íxecouve commluee cooqtotolote 8lll ooJ 5olly wlull[. (l to k) wottby CtooJ 5ctlbe Cteqoty 5. noot, wottby
CtooJ Mostet 5. cbtlsuoo Nosclmeoto, 8lll ooJ 5olly wlull[, wottby CtooJ ltocototot noqb M. kobett ooJ wottby CtooJ Mostet of
cetemooles uetek l. Motcbmoo.
8totbets l. noqeo McMoboo, It. ooJ 8lll wlull[.
12 The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
Pi-Chi Brothers & Alumni Pull Together
Ior Shoonng V|cnms' Iam|||es
8y uovlJ k. 8tlokmoo, 8totbets lo Acuoo uepoty commlsslooet (lombJo-\l, Ceotqlo colleqe, ´0J)
1he evenL was planned Lo colnclde wlLh Lhe wlnLer meeung of Lhe Su-
preme Lxecuuve Commluee, held ln norLh 8alelgh on lebruary 1-2. Accord-
lngly, Lhe enure Supreme Lxecuuve Commluee, Lhe enure undergraduaLe
Advlsory Commluee, a ma[orlLy of Lhe kappa Slgma Commlssloners, as well
as kappa Slgma volunLeers from around Lhe uS and Canada, Alumnl and
undergraduaLes from several kappa Slgma ChapLers, and a solld delegauon
from Lhe kappa Slgma sLañ were all ln auendance.
CuesLs were graclously hosLed by 8ackyard 8lsLro, and kappa Slgma
had Lhe run of Lhe faclllLy [usL locaLed wlLhln walklng dlsLance of CarLer
llnley SLadlum and ÞnC Arena, home of Lhe nC SLaLe Wolfpack. Co-Cwner
and kappa Slgma Alumnus Lance Wheeler (’92) provlded a smorgasbord of
souLhern favorlLes and feaLured a raw bar whlch showcased an lce sculpLure
of Lhe kappa Slgma CresL. 8roLher Wheeler was honored LhaL nlghL, recelv-
lng Lhe !ohn C. 1ower Award for hls lnvolvemenL ln Lhe 8alelgh communlLy,
success ln buslness, and conLrlbuuons Lo 8eLa-upsllon and Lo kappa Slgma.
LnLerLalnmenL was provlded by “1he 8emedy” feaLurlng 8roLher An-
drew W. 8lalr (’96). 1he evenL culmlnaLed wlLh a speaklng program emceed
by Lxecuuve ulrecLor MlLchell 8. Wllson and a keynoLe presenLauon by Wor-
Lhy Crand MasLer S. Chrlsuan nasclmenLo.
WorLhy Crand Scrlbe Cregory S. PunL (’79) was Lhe honoree of Lhe
evenlng, commended for hls years of servlce Lo 8eLa-upsllon and Lo kappa
Slgma ln general. WCM nasclmenLo announced Lhe esLabllshmenL of Lhe
Cregory S. PunL Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Award, whlch has been esLabllshed
ln perpeLulLy for Lhe beneñL of 8eLa-upsllon 8roLhers who excel ln academ-
lcs and kappa Slgma lnvolvemenL. WlLhouL a doubL, 8eLa-upsllon and kappa
Slgma are forever lndebLed Lo 8roLher PunL for hls work ln Lhe roles of
Alumnus Advlsor, AsslsLanL ulsLrlcL Crand MasLer, ulsLrlcL Crand MasLer, A
CreaLer Cause Commlssloner, and especlally WorLhy Crand Scrlbe.
1o be lnformed of fuLure 8eLa-upsllon gaLherlngs or Lo make a conLrl-
buuon Lo Lhe Cregory S. PunL Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Award, please conLacL
Chrls konLalonls: 434-293-3193 or chrlsk[hq.kappaslgma.org. H
kappa S|gma Ce|ebrates 110 ¥ears
at North Caro||na State
By cbtlstopbet l. kootolools (8eto-upslloo, Nc 5tote, ´02), AsslsLanL Lxecuuve ulrecLor
lbotos, top to bouom. 1be koppo 5lqmo
ctest os oo lce scolptote, 8totbets 1. kex
neoty (´01), AJom 8. lovlqoe (´02), Iosepb
A. kltcbqossoet, lv (´02), ooJ 5omoel A.
5oooJets (´0J) ot tbe 110tb Aoolvetsoty of
8eto-upslloo, 8totbets loyeue O. 1bockstoo
(´87), wottby CtooJ 5ctlbe Cteqoty 5. noot
(´79), ooJ I cbtlstopbet Iost (´86) ot tbe 110tb
Aoolvetsoty of 8eto-upslloo.
Cn Saturday, Iebruary 2, 2013, more than 2S0 kappa S|gma
8rothers and the|r guests gathered |n ka|e|gh, North Caro||na
to ce|ebrate the 110th ann|versary of the |nsta||anon of the
8eta-Ups||on Chapter of kappa S|gma. Cr|g|na||y founded
|n 1903 (on|y 16 years aher the estab||shment of what was
then North Caro||na Co||ege of Agr|cu|ture and Mechan|c
Arts), 8eta-Ups||on has |n|nated c|ose to 1,200 men.
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 13
RICHARD J. “DICK” ALARIO
(Gamma, Louisiana State University, ‘73)
Brother Richard J. “Dick” Alario hails
from Grand Isle, Louisiana and
graduated from LSU in 1976. While
at LSU, Dick was news director at
Lhe campus radlo sLauon, WLSu. As
a Gamma undergraduate, he served
as Pledge Class trainer in 1974 and
held the honor of Grand Master in
Lhe fall of 1976. AL LhaL ume, lL ls
believed that Gamma was the largest chapter of any
fraternity in the U.S. In 2004, Dick was named Chairman,
President and CEO of Key Energy Services. Key is a New York
Stock Exchange listed public company, has approximately
11,000 employees and is the largest provider of rig-based
well services in the world.
Currently, he is Vice Chairman and Chairman-elect of the
nauonal Ccean lndusLrles Assoclauon (nClA) and serves on
Lhe Lxecuuve Commluee and Lhe 8oard of ulrecLors. Pe ls
a ulrecLor of klrby Corporauon (n?SL: kLx). Pe ls a member
of Lhe LSu loundauon, Lhe 1lger ALhleuc loundauon, Lhe
Amerlcan Assoclauon of urllllng Lnglneers and Lhe ÞeLro-
leum LqulpmenL Suppllers Assoclauon. Þrevlously, 8roLher
Alario served on the Board of Directors of Seahawk Drilling,
lnc., Lhe Loulslana Culf CoasL Cll Lxposluon, Lhe Loulslana
Assoclauon of 8uslness and lndusLry and Lhe LSu ueparL-
menL of ÞeLroleum Lnglneerlng Advlsory Councll. 1hls year,
Dick is the Chairman of the Manship School of Mass Com-
munlcauon’s Lxcellence lund, commemoraung Lhe school’s
100th year. Brother Alario is married to his LSU sweetheart,
Sherri DeJean Alario, and has two daughters, Marie Elise
“Lecle” lsrael, a graduaLe of Lhe unlverslLy of 1exas Law
School and SLacee Anne, a senlor aL LSu ma[orlng ln pollucal
communlcauons.
RICHARD J. BRENNAN, JR.
(Gamma, Louisiana State University, ‘80)
A Lhlrd generauon new Crleans
restaurateur of the famed Bren-
nan family, Brother Richard J.
Brennan, Jr. grew up just two
blocks from Commander’s Þalace.
In the 1970s, under the tutelage
of Chef Paul Prudhomme, Dickie
worked wlLh Commander’s Þalace
as they led the American Regional
Cuisine movement by introducing the world to Cajun and
Creole cooklng. Aûer graduaung from college, 8roLher
8rennan [olned Larry lorglone’s An Amerlcan Þlace ln
New York City.
Pe laLer moved Lo lrance, where he worked and
sLudled ln slx dlñerenL klLchens Lo galn exposure and
broaden his knowledge as a chef. In 1991, Dickie helped
open Þalace Cafe and laLer became Lxecuuve Chef, Lhen
Owner. With his sister, Lauren Brower, and business
parLner, SLeve Þeuus, ulckle wenL on Lo open ulckle
8rennan’s SLeakhouse and 8ourbon Pouse. 1helr fourLh
resLauranL, 1ableau, ls scheduled Lo open ln 2013. Al-
Lhough each resLauranL has lLs own dlsuncL ldenuLy and
cuisine, each shares the common thread of holding true
John G. Tower Award Winners
8rother Iohn G. 1ower (Iota, Southwestern Un|vers|ty, '43) ma|nta|ned a |ong-nme |nterest |n the Crder. In 1961
he was se|ected kappa S|gma Man of the ¥ear and was the keynote speaker at the 1961 Conc|ave |n Þort|and, Ck.
ne he|d the ennre aud|ence |n awe w|th h|s demeanor and |ove of the Crder. n|s serv|ce to the Crder connnued
through the Supreme Lxecunve Comm|uee ranks and he was e|ected WGM |n 1971.
In h|s pub||c ||fe, 8rother 1ower was a U.S. Senator from 1961 - 198S. ne served as cha|rman of the h|gh|y
sought-aher Senate Armed Serv|ces Comm|uee and a|so served as v|ce-cha|r of the Senate Se|ect Inte|||gence Com-
m|uee. 8rother 1ower worked nre|ess|y not on|y on beha|f of the |nterest of kappa S|gma, but a|| fraterna| organ|za-
nons. n|s work w|th 1|t|e Ik |eg|s|anon was one of h|s more noted ach|evements.
1he 1ower Award was conce|ved and |mp|emented to honor those brothers who have been acnve |n a|| wa|ks
of life, including service to their community, outstanding career work, or other achievements. The Tower Award,
approved by the SLC has been presented to deserv|ng brothers s|nce 1997.
14 The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
to Louisiana’s culinary history through the use of local
ingredients and techniques.
As an ambassador for New Orleans and its unique
culLure, 8roLher 8rennan remalns acuve ln Lhe commu-
nity and hospitality industry. His many accolades include:
Gambit’s “40 Under 40,” Young Leadership Council’s “Role
Models,” new Crleans !unlor AchlevemenL’s “8uslness
Pall of lame LaureaLes,” Loulslana 1ravel & Þromouon As-
soclauon’s “8esLauraLeur of Lhe ?ear 2010,” and lnducuon
lnLo Lhe Loulslana 8esLauranL Assoclauon Pall of lame. Pe
serves on Lhe !ames 8eard loundauon 8oard of 1rusLees,
Lhe nauonal 8esLauranL Assoclauon 8oard of ulrecLors
and Lhe 8oard for Lhe SouLhern lood & 8everage Mu-
seum, among others.
HON. JOHN H. DALTON
(Gamma, Louisiana State University, ‘60)
8roLher !ohn P. ualLon served as
Lhe 70Lh SecreLary of Lhe navy
and was recognized by the
nauonal SecurlLy Caucus as Lhe
reclplenL of Lhelr presuglous
lnLernauonal SecurlLy Leadershlp
Award ln 1997. 1he award recog-
nlzed SecreLary ualLon’s “leader-
shlp and vlslon ln promoung
Amerlcan sea power and a blparusan marlume sLraLegy.”
8roLher ualLon was born ln new Crleans, LA, on
uecember 13, 1941 and was reared ln ShreveporL, LA. Pe
auended Loulslana SLaLe unlverslLy for one year before
Lransferrlng Lo Lhe u.S. naval Academy. Aûer graduauon
wlLh dlsuncuon from Lhe u.S. naval Academy, he also
recelved an M8A from Lhe WharLon School of llnance and
Commerce. Pe was awarded an honorary uocLor of Laws
from 1rlnlLy College ln 1997.
8roLher ualLon has had a dlsungulshed career ln
governmenL beglnnlng as a naval omcer. Servlng ln Lhe
navy from 1964 Lo 1969, he recelved naval nuclear power
Lralnlng and served aboard Lhe submarlnes uSS 8lueback
and uSS !ohn C. Calhoun. Pe aualned Lhe rank of LleuLen-
anL Commander ln Lhe u.S. naval 8eserve.
CurrenLly, SecreLary ualLon ls ÞresldenL of Lhe Pous-
lng Þollcy Councll of 1he llnanclal Servlces 8oundLable.
1he Pouslng Þollcy Councll ls made up of 30 companles
LhaL are among Lhe nauon’s leaders ln morLgage ñnance.
ln addluon, he serves on Lhe boards of 8CC ÞarLners,
lnc., lresh uel MonLe Þroduce, lnc., and WashlngLon llrsL
8ank. 8roLher ualLon was lnducLed lnLo Lhe LSu Alumnl
Pall of ulsuncuon ln 2002. Pe and hls wlfe, MargareL,
reslde ln WashlngLon, u.C. 1hey have Lwo grown sons.
JOHN P. HAVENS
(Gamma, Louisiana State University, ‘75)
8roLher !ohn Þ. Pavens ls a producL
of New Orleans public schools. He
graduated from LSU with a B.S.
degree ln geology ln 1978. Cne of
John’s memorable LSU experiences
was auendlng Lhe slx-week Ceology
Field Camp outside of Colorado
Springs, CO.
Membership in Kappa Sigma was
also a deñnlng experlence, one LhaL 8roLher Pavens says led
hlm Lo maLure as he became an acuve member and bal-
anced hlgh expecLauons and Lhe LrusL of hls fraLernlLy broLh-
ers, especially through his role as rush chairman.
Aûer graduauon, Þ.C. Pavens, !ohn’s faLher and Lhe
founder of SLl, senL Lhe 22 year old Lo PousLon Lo open SLl’s
Lhlrd omce, whlch was soon Lo be lLs largesL omce and ls
currenLly SLl’s corporaLe headquarLers. under hls leadershlp,
more Lhan 100 acqulsluons have been made over 14 years,
resulung ln a 30-fold growLh ln SLl’s selsmlc lnvenLory.
ln addluon, !ohn and hls wlfe, 1errl, followed a personal
passlon of Lhelrs ln promoung a healLhy llfesLyle by grow-
lng Cal-a-vle, a spa near San ulego, Lo belng named Lhe #1
uesunauon PealLh Spa by 1ravel & Lelsure Magazlne. ln addl-
uon, he ls Lhe second largesL lnvesLor ln Lhe AsLros, and now
serves as Lhe Leam’s vlce chalrman.
8roLher Pavens and hls wlfe, 1errl, have found a perfecL
balance of success coupled wlLh an acuve household of Lhree
chlldren, Þrenuss 14, uavls 11 and Malleue 10. 1he Pavens puL
Lhelr hearL lnLo causes LhaL are dear Lo Lhem, as evldenced by
Lhelr many phllanLhroplc endeavors. 1hey always ñnd ume for
Lravel, collecung anuques and resLorlng hlsLorlc homes.
HON. SPIROS E. ANGELOS
(Kappa-Eta, Widener University, ‘69)
Brother Angelos is a “cum laude”
graduaLe of ÞMC Colleges, now
Wldener unlverslLy, where he
became a brother of the Kappa-Eta
Chapter of Kappa Sigma. Brother
Angelos served as hls ChapLer’s
Grand Master, Grand Master of
Ceremonles and lnLer-lraLernlLy
Councll represenLauve. Pe also was
a recipient of the Kappa Sigma Scholarship-Leadership Award.
8roLher Angelos graduaLed from Lhe uelaware Law School of
Wldener unlverslLy where he served as Lhe vlce-chalrman of
Lhe MooL CourL Ponor SocleLy. Pe was admlued Lo Lhe bar ln
1978 and was engaged ln Lhe general pracuce of law. Pe
JOHN G. TOWER AWARD WINNERS
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 15
served as the Public Defender of Delaware County from 2004
to 2011. He has been a member of the American Bar Associa-
uon, Lhe Þennsylvanla 8ar Assoclauon and Lhe uelaware
CounLy 8ar Assoclauon where he served on Lhe crlmlnal rules
commluee and Lhe membershlp commluee.
8roLher Angelos was elecLed by Lhe cluzens of
uelaware CounLy, Þennsylvanla, Lo a Len-year Lerm on
the Court of Common Pleas in November 2011 and was
sworn ln on !anuary 3, 2012. Pe ls currenLly asslgned Lo
the Family Law division.
Brother Angelos served as a member of the Thornbury
1ownshlp 8oard of Supervlsors, Lhe 1hornbury 1ownshlp Zon-
lng 8oard and Lhe 1hornbury 1ownshlp Þlannlng Commlsslon.
He has served his community as the Vice-President of his
church parlsh councll ln upper uarby and Medla, a charLer
member of Lhe 1hermopylae ChapLer of Lhe Crder of APLÞA,
Lhe Scholarshlp Chalrman of Lhe Þeloponneslan SocleLy and
a member of the Lions Club of Western Delaware County.
!udge Angelos and hls wlfe, 8eLh Ann, have Lhree chlldren.
FRANCIS J. CELLINI
(Kappa-Eta, Widener University, ’77)
lrank ls Lhe chlef execuuve omcer
and owner of Lhe publlc accounung
ñrm of 8. !oseph Celllnl & Co., lnc.
ln Chadds lord, ÞA Lradlng as
Chadds lord Accounung Þrofesslon-
als. Frank received a Bachelor of
Sclence uegree from Wldener
unlverslLy ln 8uslness AdmlnlsLra-
uon Accounung.
lrank ls an Lnrolled AgenL (LA), a federally-auLhorlzed
Lax pracuuoner who has Lechnlcal experuse ln Lhe ñeld of
Laxauon and ls llcensed by Lhe u.S. ueparLmenL of Lhe 1rea-
sury Lo represenL Laxpayers before all admlnlsLrauve levels
of Lhe lnLernal 8evenue Servlce (l8S).
lrank has compleLed Lhree years of addluonal educa-
uon Lo have earned Lhe presuglous Lnrolled AgenL lellow
deslgnauon. Pe also has obLalned Lhe AccredlLed 8uslness
AccounLanL, AccredlLed 1ax AccounLanL and AccredlLed 1ax
Þreparer credenuals.
Frank was recently elected the President of the Penn-
sylvanla SocleLy of Þubllc AccounLanLs now Lradlng as 1he
Þennsylvanla SocleLy of 1ax & Accounung Þrofesslonals.
Pe ls an acuve member of Lhe nauonal SocleLy of Lnrolled
AgenLs, ÞA SocleLy of Lnrolled AgenLs, nauonal SocleLy of
AccounLanLs, Maryland SocleLy of AccounLanLs and Lhe
nauonal SocleLy of 1ax Þracuuoners.
8roLher Celllnl ls a pasL presldenL of Lhe ChesLer 8oLary
Club and co-creaLor and pasL Lreasurer of Lhe ChesLer
8oLary loundauon. lrank has also served as a professlonal
advlsor Lo Lhe 8oLary lnLernauonal ÞermanenL lund (A
mulu-8llllon dollar endowmenL fund). Pe ls a 8oLary Þaul
Parrls lellow, Cuy Cundaker lellow and was voLed Lhe
8oLarlan of Lhe ?ear ln 2000.
Pe ls a deacon aL hls Church ln Cochranvllle, ÞA, hus-
band Lo hls wlfe of 26 years, SLacy, and faLher Lo CalLlln 24
and 8yan 21 (kappa Slgma Cmlcron-Þsl lnluaLe november 1,
2009). 8roLher Celllnl ls one of !ackson’s Men aL Lhe Lmerald
Level and wears pln #2938.
TERRY W. RUGGLES
(Alpha-Sigma, Ohio State University, ’65)
NBC 10 veteran newsman and 2007
kappa Slgma Pall of lame lnducLee
1erry 8uggles has been reporung
stories for thirty years. He landed
hls ñrsL radlo broadcasL posluon ln
1963 aL WCuL-AM ln Cuyahoga
lalls, Chlo, where he was a sporLs
reporLer and worked ln producuon.
ln 1963, he worked ln radlo aL
W1vn-AM ln Columbus, Chlo. Whlle servlng ln Lhe Army
from 1968 Lo ‘71, he was chlef of Lhe Lelevlslon dlvlslon aL lL.
8en[amln Parrlson ln lndlana where he managed all vldeo
faclllues on Lhe posL.
Aûer hls Lour of duLy ln Lhe Army, 8uggles began hls
Lelevlslon career aL Wl8v-1v ln Creen 8ay, Wlsconsln,
reporung news and sporLs. ln 1972, he [olned WZZM-1v ln
Crand 8aplds, Mlchlgan, where he co-anchored Lhe news
and hosLed a weekly news program. Pe [olned WCAu ln 1974
as a general asslgnmenL reporLer and shorLly aûer LhaL, he
co-anchored Lhe weekend news and reporLed Lhe weaLher.
ln 2004, 8roLher 8uggles was promoLed Lo co-anchor of
n8C 10 where he was a weekday anchor for 7 years. ln LhaL
ume, he covered Lhe blggesL sLorles lncludlng boLh World
1rade CenLer LerrorlsL auacks, Lhe Clymplcs (AlberLvllle and
SalL Lake ClLy), Lhe deaLh of Lhe Þope, our mlllLary lnLerven-
uon ln Palu, Lhe Challenger dlsasLer, 9 hurrlcanes and wenL
wlLh our Lroops Lo Saudl Arabla. 1erry recenLly announced
hls reuremenL for uecember 2012.
8roLher 8uggles graduaLed from Chlo SLaLe unlverslLy
wlLh a degree ln educauon. Pe and hls wlfe Mary[ane reslde
ln SouLh !ersey and are Lhe parenLs of Lwo chlldren.
JOHN G. TOWER AWARD WINNERS
16 The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
VERNON DUBOIS PENNER, JR.
(Delta-Tau, Union College, ’61)
Brother Vernon D. Penner is a
former senior Foreign Service
Cmcer and reured uS Ambassador
wlLh forelgn asslgnmenLs ln Asla,
Afrlca and Lurope. A nauve of new
?ork ClLy, Ambassador Þenner
[olned Lhe u.S. ueparLmenL of SLaLe
as a career dlplomaL ln 1963 and
subsequenLly speclallzed ln pollu-
cal/mlllLary relauons, program dlrecuon and consular añalrs.
Pe served seven Lours ln Lurope lncludlng asslgnmenLs ln
lrankfurL, Warsaw, CporLo, and Zurlch. Pe also spenL Lwo
years ln kobe-Csaka, !apan and served as chlef llalson Lo Lhe
lnLernauonal ConLrol Commlsslon ln vleL nam ln 1973.
Pe was appolnLed uepuLy AsslsLanL SecreLary of SLaLe
for Cverseas Cluzens Servlces ln Lhe SLaLe ueparLmenL ln
WashlngLon ln 1983 handllng Lhe proLecuon and welfare of
all prlvaLe Amerlcans abroad and subsequenLly served as
ulrecLor of Lhe vlsa Cmce. 1hree years laLer, vern was con-
ñrmed as Ambassador Lo Lhe 8epubllc of Cape verde where
he served unul 1990. Among oLher lnluauves, vern esLab-
llshed Lhe ñrsL Þeace Corps Þrogram ln Lhe lsland counLry
recognlzed as one of Lhe mosL successful ln Afrlca.
SubsequenLly, Ambassador Þenner chalred Lhe lnLeragen-
cy lnLelllgence Commluee on CounLerLerrorlsm responslble
for Lhe lssuance of uS CovernmenL publlc LhreaL assess-
menLs. Pe was selecLed ln 1993 Lo be Þollucal Advlser Lo Lhe
SACLu8, Ceneral Shallkashvlll, aL SPAÞL PC ln Mons, 8elglum
wlLh speclal responslblllLy for mlllLary cooperauon and Lhe
ÞarLnershlp for Þeace program. ln 1997, Ambassador Þenner
was conñrmed by Lhe nA1C MlllLary Commluee as uepuLy
CommandanL of Lhe nA1C uefense College ln 8ome, lLaly.
Slnce hls reuremenL from acuve duLy ln 2001, 8roLher
Þenner has lecLured wldely on securlLy añalrs & lnLernauonal
relauons. Locally, he has been Lhe lnLernauonal Chalrperson
of Lhe Annapolls 8oLary Club of Þarole where he helped
esLabllsh Lhe area’s ñrsL lnLernauonal hlgh school exchange
program, supervlsed several shlpmenLs of blkes and books
Lo Afrlca, and handled fund ralslng for lnLernauonal rellef. Pe
has been 1rusLee of Lhe local ÞresbyLerlan Church wlLh re-
sponslblllues for admlnlsLrauon, lnLernauonal mlsslon work
and caplLal campalgn ñnanclng and serves on Lhe governlng
board of Pelplng Pands of Maryland whlch provldes free
surglcal servlces Lo Lhose ln need.
Pe conunues Lo be an avld sallor, skler, and hlker. Pe
ls marrled Lo Lhe former uoroLhy Anne Skrlpak (who was
coach of Lhe nauonal 1ennls 1eam of Cape verde) and has
Lwo grown chlldren.
GARY WAYNE EVANS
(Lambda-Lambda, Elon University, ’73)
Cary W. Lvans ls Lhe foundlng Þrlnclpal of lnLernauonal
Medla Consulung LLC, (lMC) a consulung ñrm LhaL asslsLs as-
soclauons, news medla and organlzauons wlLh sLraLeglc plan-
nlng and execuuon Lo bulld Lhelr audlence and membershlp.
Þrlor Lo esLabllshlng lMC ln 2011, Cary served as ulrec-
Lor Clrculauon Markeung for uSA 1CuA? ln McLean, vA. Pe
was responslble for Lhe sales, markeung, cusLomer ser-
vlce and nauonal dlsLrlbuuon of Lhe dally newspaper wlLh
300,000+ subscrlbers.
Whlle aL uSA 1CuA?, from 2003 Lo 2011, Cary was a
ulrecLor on Lhe 8oard of Lhe LlLeracy Councll of norLhern vlr-
glnla, an organlzauon LhaL Lralns volunLeers Lo Leach adulLs
how Lo read, wrlLe, speak and undersLand Lngllsh. Pe served
on Lhe Lxecuuve Commluee as vlce-ÞresldenL for Lwo years,
Lhen ÞresldenL for Lwo years.
lrom 2007 Lo 2009, Cary served on Lhe Alumnl Lxecu-
uve 8oard of LLCn unlverslLy ln Llon, nC. 1he 8oard advlses
unlverslLy omclals on mauers relaLed Lo academlcs, alumnl
engagemenL and phllanLhropy.
Cary holds a 8A ln PlsLory from LLCn unlverslLy. Pe was
a member of Lhe Þl Camma Mu Ponor SocleLy and a found-
lng member, and ÞresldenL, of Lhe Lambda-Lambda ChapLer
of Lhe kappa Slgma lraLernlLy. Pe remalns acuve wlLh Lhe
group by servlng as Chalrman of Lhe 8oard of Advlsors of
Lhe Alumnl Assoclauon.
Cary ls currenLly a member of Lhe ulrecL Markeung As-
soclauon, Lhe ulrecL Markeung Assoclauon of WashlngLon,
and Lhe lnLernauonal newsMedla Markeung Assoclauon.
Pe serves on Lhe board of dlrecLors of Lhe uC ChapLer of Lhe
SocleLy of Consumer Añalrs Þrofesslonals. Pe ls a frequenL
speaker aL lndusLry evenLs on Lhe Loplcs of audlence and
medla sLraLegy and developmenL.
2013 SENIOR CLASS GIFT
1hls year we have seL a goal Lo ralse $20.13 from each
or our senlors Lo endow a new Scholarshlp-Leadershlp
Award, named ln honor of 1he Class of 2013! 1o donaLe,
vlslL www.kappaslgmadonaLe.org, selecL Lhe “senlor
class glû” glvlng program and enLer your donauon. lor
more lnformauon, conLacL our undergraduaLe class
glû Chalrmen, kyle uevlvo or call 1rey WelLzel wlLh Lhe
kappa Slgma LndowmenL lund.
Kyle DeVivo
860-202-1219
kdevlvo[uvm.edu
Trey Weitzel
434.293.3193
1rey[hq.kappaslgma.org
JOHN G. TOWER AWARD WINNERS
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 17
On an otherwise dull, fall weekend, October 11-13, 2012,
between 800 and 1,000 alumni, guests and undergraduate
Brothers of Gamma Chapter at LSU gathered in Baton Rouge to
share ln celebraung Camma ChapLer’s 123Lh Annlversary. 1he
alumnl halled from more Lhan 23 sLaLes. Whlle mosL of Lhem
arrlved by alr, some of Lhe 8roLhers. who pledged almosL 30
years ago. drove from as far away as norLh Carollna, sLopplng
along Lhe way ln Ceorgla and Alabama Lo plck up some of Lhelr
fellow 8roLhers. 1hen, Lhere was Lhe 8roLher from Callfornla
who had noL reLurned Lo Lhe campus ln more Lhan 40 years.
Powever, regardless of how many years separaLed Lhe 8roLhers,
for mosL of Lhem, lL was as lf Lhey had [usL ñnlshed Lhelr senlor
year ln Lhe ChapLer and graduaLed from LSu. 1he year from
lebruary 2012 unul lebruary 2013 was consldered Lhe “year of
celebrauon.” now LhaL Lhe perlod of celebrauon has concluded,
it is a pleasure and honor to share this incredible experience
wlLh all who revere kappa Slgma and value Lhe 8roLherhood.
WlLh nearly 800 auendanLs Lo Lhe 123Lh Annlversary lound-
ers uay ulnner and 8all on 1hursday nlghL, Lhls evenL represenLs
Lhe LA8CLS1 assemblage of kappa Slgma 8roLhers and guesLs
(ouLslde of Conclave and Leadershlp Conference) Lo have ever
[olned LogeLher for a kappa Slgma evenL. 1hls evenL provlded
Lhe opporLunlLy Lo showcase and hlghllghL Lhe many accompllsh-
menLs of Camma ChapLer and kappa Slgma as a whole, whlle
honorlng many ouLsLandlng alumnl 8roLhers. 1he Camma 8roLh-
ers were honored Lo be [olned by Lhe members of Lhe Supreme
Lxecuuve Commluee, kappa Slgma Lxecuuve ulrecLor, members
of Lhe sLañ and a number of Commlssloners. Camma was for-
tunate to also welcome the President of LSU as well as the Vice
Chancellor for SLudenL Llfe and Lhe leadershlp of Lhe Cmce of
Creek Llfe. 1he ChapLer ls mosL appreclauve of Lhelr presence for
Lhls speclal occaslon and Lhelr conunulng supporL and encour-
agemenL. kappa Slgma ls lndeed forLunaLe Lo have 8roLhers on
Lhe SLC of such lnLegrlLy and characLer who oñer Lhelr ume and
Lhelr LalenL Lo provlde Lhe quallLy of leadershlp necessary Lo ef-
fecuvely manage Lhe largesL fraLernlLy ln Lhe world.
uurlng Lhe ulnner, Camma was especlally pleased Lo
recognize four alumni Brothers who were honored as recipients
of Lhe !ohn C. 1ower Award. Also honored were Lhe newesL ln-
ducLees of Lhe Camma ChapLer Pall of Ponor as well as several
deservlng undergraduaLe 8roLhers who were presenLed wlLh
chapLer servlce awards and Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Awards.
One of the most poignant moments during the dinner program
was when Lhose presenL sLood ln sllence .excepL for Lhe plerc-
lng sounds of a lone bagplper.Lo remember and honor Lhose
8roLhers who had [olned “1he ChapLer Celesual.” 1he rlch
legacy LhaL ls Lhe Camma ChapLer of kappa Slgma wlll hope-
fully conunue for many years Lo come.
1he feaLured speaker for Lhe evenlng was none oLher
Lhan our dynamlc WorLhy Crand MasLer, 8roLher S. Chrlsuan
nasclmenLo. WCM nasclmenLo shared wlLh Lhe 8roLhers Lhe
greaL and ever-growlng accompllshmenLs of kappa Slgma, as
well as Lhe Lrack record of success of Camma ChapLer. 8roLher
nasclmenLo also Look Lhe opporLunlLy Lo announce Lhe esLab-
Gamma Hosts Largest Chapter
Event in Kappa Sigma History
CELEBRATING 125 YEARS!
John G. Tower Award Recipients with presenters (L–R):Brother Mic Wilson, Exec-
ouve ultectot, 8totbet 1ommy wous, cbolt of tbe 5elecuoo commluee, 8totbet
Iobo l. noveos, cíO of 5íl-noostoo, 1owet AwotJ keclpleot, 8totbet Iobo n.
uoltoo, fotmet 5ectetoty of tbe Novy ooJ 1owet AwotJ keclpleot, wottby CtooJ
Mostet, 8totbet 5. cbtlsuoo Nosclmeoto, 8totbet klcbotJ I. ´ulckle´ 8teoooo,
New Otleoos kestoototeot ooJ 1owet AwotJ keclpleot, 8totbet klcbotJ I. ´ulck´
Alotlo, lteslJeot ooJ cíO of key íoetqy 5etvlces-noostoo ooJ 1owet AwotJ
keclpleot, 8totbet Mlke 8osoJo, ulsttlct CtooJ Mostet.
cetemoolol coke comoq wltb membets of tbe 5íc, Commo cboptet ooJet-
qtoJoote leoJetsblp ooJ tbe Alomol leoJetsblp (l-k). 8totbet uoolel 8touoo,
AA, 8totbet cooltet McMobeo, CtooJ Mostet of cetemooles, 8totbet ktomet
5betmoo, CtooJ Mostet, 8totbet Moubew copeskey, CtooJ 1teosotet, 8totbet
5. cbtlsuoo Nosclmeoto, wottby CtooJ Mostet, 8totbet cosoo komos, CtooJ
ltocototot, 8totbet noqb kobett, wottby CtooJ ltocototot, 8totbet 8eo kll-
pottlck, CtooJ 5ctlbe, 8totbet Mlke 8osoJo, ulsttlct CtooJ Mostet, ooJ 8totbet
Cteq noot, wottby CtooJ 5ctlbe.
18 The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
lishment of two new endowed Scholarship-Leadership Awards.
The scholarships, once fully funded by Gamma Chapter alumni in
Lhe amounL of $100,000, wlll be named ln honor of dlsungulshed
Brothers Randy Gurie and John Staples. These scholarships will be
presenLed annually by Lhe kappa Slgma LndowmenL lund Lo de-
servlng broLhers of Camma ChapLer. 1he dedlcauon and generoslLy
of Gamma Chapter’s alumni Brothers is much appreciated. The
8roLhers conunues Lo acknowledge Lhelr pasL conLrlbuuons and
Lhelr servlce Lo boLh LSu and kappa Slgma, and look forward Lo
many years of Lhelr loyal devouon.
Aûer dlnner, kappa Slgma alumnus and SLaLe ClrculL CourL of
Appeals !udge Parman urew and hls bank provlded greaL enLer-
LalnmenL as everyone moved Lo Lhe dance ßoor.
1o clarlfy Lhe openlng commenLs ln Lhls arucle. Lhlngs were
really noL dull. Lhere [usL happened Lo be an LSu home fooLball
game on SaLurday nlghL. As Lhey say. “There’s No Place Like Tiger
Stadium On A Saturday Night!!” And, almost as scripted, the LSU
1lgers were Lrue Lo form ln “Laklng care of buslness” by beaung Lhe
SouLh Carollna Camecocks (our apologles Lo our good 8roLhers of
Chl-Cmega ChapLer). Þrlor Lo gameday, Lhe undergraduaLe 8roLh-
ers hosLed Lhe alumnl and oLher guesLs for an lnformal !ambalaya
ulnner lrlday nlghL and a pre-game Cpen Pouse on SaLurday when
the parents of many of the chapter members were also welcomed.
1he ChapLer was pleased LhaL Lhe Supreme Lxecuuve Commluee
declded Lo hold Lhelr fall meeung ln 8aLon 8ouge. And, of course,
Lhe 8roLhers could noL allow Lhem Lo be here for Lhelr meeung and
Lhe 123Lh Annlversary lounders uay ulnner and 8all and noL lnvlLe
Lhem as our guesLs Lo one of college fooLball’s greaLesL venues.
lrom a Lour of alumnl LallgaLe parues Lo Lhe famous pre-game
Colden 8and march, Lhe SLC, commlssloners and sLañ Look parL ln
an auLhenuc LSu experlence.
1he alumnl and undergraduaLe 8roLhers of Camma Chap-
Ler are happy Lo share Lhese memorles, and Lake Lhls opporLu-
nlLy Lo express our slncere appreclauon Lo Lhose crlucal Lo Lhe
weekend’s success, speclñcally our uCM Mlke 8usada, our LvenL
Chalrman 8andy Curle, our LvenL vlce-Chalrman 8obble MahLook
and Lhose who served on Lhe SLeerlng Commluee for Lhe 123Lh
Annlversary Celebrauon. 1he 8roLhers also exLend a hearuelL
A.L.k.A.8. Lo all of our 8roLhers LhroughouL Lhe unlLed SLaLe and
Canada, and for Lhose who wlll be celebraung annlversary experl-
ences this year and in future years, best wishes to you. These
evenLs are [usL one more remlnder why we all are so forLunaLe Lo
be members of the best fraternity in the world. H
CELEBRATING 125 YEARS!
Top of page: Crowd shot at Anniversary Dinner; Above, top: At the Kappa Sig-
ma house on Friday during the Jambalaya Dinner for Alumni and guests with
membets of tbe 5íc ooJ commlsslooets olooq wltb íxecouve ultectot, Mlc
wllsoo, ulsttlct CtooJ Mostet Mlke 8osoJo, ooJ CtooJ Mostet, ktomet 5bet-
moo, Above, bouom. cboptet AwotJ keclpleots (l-t) CtooJ Mostet, ktomet
5betmoo, 8totbet of tbe ¥eot, Iesse lombett, New Membet of tbe ¥eot, wblt
O´8tleo ooJ commoolty 5etvoot of tbe ¥eot, kobble Mobtook ooJ 8totbet co-
soo komos, CtooJ ltocototot.
Above, clockwlse ftom lef. (l-t) Mlc wllsoo, íxecouve ultectot ooJ wottby CtooJ
Mostet, 5. cbtlsuoo Nosclmeoto, vlslt wltb fotmet wottby CtooJ 5ctlbe, Iobo 5to-
ples, wCM 5. cbtlsuoo Nosclmeoto wltb bls fotbet, 8totbet 5etqlo Nosclmeoto,
(l-t) lotmet 5ectetoty of tbe Novy, 8totbet Iobo n. uoltoo, l5u lteslJeot wllllom
l. Ieoklos ooJ l5u 8ootJ of 5opetvlsots membet, 8totbet ut. Iobo Ceotqe.
[All Photos by Ray Dry and Michelle Dry]
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 19
Brother Gregory S. Hunt (Beta-Upsilon,
NC State, ’79), who currently serves on the
Supreme Lxecuuve Commluee as WorLhy
Grand Scribe, has served as a mentor to count-
less Brothers throughout North Carolina and
especially at his home Chapter, Beta-Upsilon
at NC State. For that reason, when an idea was
presented to endow a scholarship in his name,
the response was tremendous.
Almost all Brothers from Beta-Upsilon, no
mauer Lhelr age, are famlllar wlLh Lhe work LhaL
8roLher PunL has done Lo keep kappa Slgma aL
nC SLaLe. Many remember hlm auendlng Chap-
Ler meeungs and evenLs aL Lhe ChapLer house.
CLhers, who came before hlm, are famlllar wlLh Lhe work he
has done even though they may have never met him. Fewer are
famlllar wlLh Lhe work he does wlLh Lhe Ceneral lraLernlLy, buL
Lhere ls no doubL LhaL Creg’s conLrlbuuons are far and wlde, far
greaLer Lhan any slngle award or recognluon could [usufy.
Accordingly, with the establishment of the Gregory S. Hunt
Scholarship-Leadership Award, Brothers for years to come will
have an appreclauon for Lhe sacrlñces 8roLher PunL has made
and conunues Lo make for kappa Slgma and especlally 8eLa-
Upsilon. To date, thirty-seven Brothers and one Alumni Associa-
uon have conLrlbuLed Lo Lhe Cregory S. PunL
Scholarship-Leadership Award. Thirty-four of
those Brothers are from Beta-Upsilon and togeth-
er Lhey span 60 years of lnluaLes aL 8eLa-upsllon.
Once fully funded, the Gregory S. Hunt SLA
will be presented annually to a Brother from
Beta-Upsilon or a nearby Chapter in the event
LhaL no one from 8eLa-upsllon quallñes. 1he
award wlll noL only look aL academlc achleve-
menLs buL also focus heavlly on kappa Slgma
lnvolvemenL, a Lrue reßecuon of Lhe bal-
anced approach 8roLher PunL has Laken ln hls
commitments to the Fraternity, as well as his
personal, academic, and professional lives.
The Fraternity and most especially Beta-Upsilon Broth-
ers are forever lndebLed Lo Lhe good work of 8roLher PunL
and are opumlsuc LhaL hls legacy wlll lnsplre oLhers Lo Lruly
live the Star and Crescent, not for a day, an hour, or a col-
lege term only, but for life.
1o moke yoot qlf toJoy, vlslt. www.kopposlqmoJooote.otq,
select tbe ´5cbolotsblp-leoJetsblp AwotJs´ qlvloq ptoqtom ooJ
eotet ´Cteq noot´ os tbe boootee. 1o setop yoot qlf wltb poymeot
lostollmeot opuoos ot fot osslstooce, cootoct 1tlsbo ot 1tey Jltectly
ot tbe koppo 5lqmo ltotetolty neoJpoottets (4J4-295-J19J).
Alumni Establish Gregory S. Hunt
Scholarship-Leadership Award
Contributors to the Gregory S. Hunt Scholarship-Leadership Award as of March 2013
ChrlsLopher Þerry konLalonls (‘02)
Louls Scou ueuman (‘83)
!ohn Llndsay Lngllsh (‘76)
!ames Carson Welch, !r. (‘83)
1heLa-Þl Alumnl Assoclauon
Wllllam AlberL Lngllsh, !r. (‘73)
!ason vlncenL Parvard (‘83)
!oseph Alexander klrchgassner, lv (‘02)
!ohn Culon 1homas (‘32)
!oel ÞaLrlck McCullough (‘87)
!ohn nlchols 8eard, !r. (‘94)
!ames 8arry Leonard (‘72)
!ames lrances klLson (‘91)
norwood 8radley Suuon (‘87)
1urner 8arLleu 1hacksLon, lll (‘31)
Þercy Lewls urye 1hacksLon (‘33)
1lmoLhy Cralg Þrlce (‘76)
Marun 8ruce Chadwlck (‘63)
WalLer 8ay Þlckeu (‘79)
8ussell Þage 8lley (‘78)
ChrlsLopher Chance WrlghL (‘92)
Mauhew AlberL WebsLer (‘84)
kurL Ldward ÞarbsL (‘92)
uale Marun Shuford (‘72)
8oberL Llncoln Sherk (‘81)
uonald !ohn Curus (‘77)
SLephen Lller PooLs (‘76)
uwlghL Ldwln 8ose (‘78)
8eld Alexander Mc CarLer (‘60)
8ay ArLhur 8ryan, !r. (‘30)
8onald SLephen Pulse, !r. (‘38)
Wllllam McLaughlln 8arnhardL (‘48)
Mark ualLon Parper (‘08)
Lrlc Wllson SLroup (‘83)
Cregory SLephen PunL (‘79)
Wllllam !ennlngs Þrlce, !r. (1heLa-Þl, LCu, ‘72)
MlLchell 8ruce Wllson (8eLa-nu, kenLucky, ‘78)
Serglo Chrlsuan nasclmenLo (kappa-LLa, Wldener, ‘93)
20 The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
kappa S|gma Lndowment Iund - Þ.C. 8ox S643 - Char|ouesv|||e, VA 2290S - LI.kappaS|gma.org
1be koppo 5lqmo íoJowmeot looJ ls estobllsbeJ ooJet §501(c)(J) of tbe u.5. lotetool keveooe coJe. lleose coosolt yoot tox oJvlsot coocetoloq tbe JeJocublllty of ooy Jooouoos.
Mony nominq opportunines remoin ovoi/ob/e ot the lnternonono/ neodquorters.
contoct the £ndowment lund todoy for more informonon ond to reserve your p/oce in history!
1he greaLesL glû LhaL any alumnus of
kappa Slgma can glve back Lo Lhe lraLernlLy
ls a commlLmenL of ume and Lreasure. 1haL
parucular commlLmenL ls belng reßecLed
by Colorado ulsLrlcL Crand MasLer LmmeL
l. 8ellvllle, lll who noL only glves of hls ume
to serve the nine Chapters in the Colorado
ulsLrlcL, buL who has also shown hls commlL-
menL Lo Lhe undergraduaLes of Lhe kappa
Slgma lraLernlLy wlLh a glû of $100,000 Lo
establish two Scholarship-Leadership Awards
in the name of fellow Chapter Brothers.
Brother Bellville has established these
named scholarship awards in honor of
Brother Todd Gregory Martz and Brother
Adam Michael Petrelli. Each of the scholar-
ships will be awarded to undergraduates of
the Beta-Omega Chapter at Colorado College
and/or Brothers from Chapters in the State of
Colorado. 8roLher 8ellvllle ls a 1993 lnluaLe
of the Beta-Omega Chapter who is strongly
commlued Lo promoung scholarshlp and
leadershlp ln Lhe kappa Slgma lraLernlLy, and
who wlshes Lo asslsL 8roLhers ln meeung Lhe ever lncreaslng
cosL of hlgher educauon. “lL ls lmporLanL Lo glve Lo Lhe Lndow-
menL lund Lo asslsL our 8roLhers ln añordlng posL secondary
educauon wlLh Lhe skyrockeung prlces Lhey musL pay Lo auend
college ln order Lo conunue Lhelr educauonal enhancemenL
and broLherhood developmenL. When you hear of your under-
graduaLe 8roLhers worklng Lwo Lo Lhree [obs Lo barely make
Luluon, books, and food, Laklng a full schedule of classes, and
trying their hardest to be the best Brother they can be, then
they deserve help from the elder Brothers to help support their
opportunity to experience all that we were fortunate to experi-
ence as a student,” Bellville said.
Brother Bellville has established a successful career in
counseling in healthcare and is a licensed professional coun-
selor in the State of Colorado. He achieved his Bachelor of
Arts degree from the Colorado College, Master of Arts from
Columbia University and a Master of Arts from the University
of Chicago. His degrees focus on culture and psychology,
clinical and counseling psychology, and human development.
8roLher 8ellvllle oñers a varleLy of famlly
law and mental health services through his
company Southern Colorado Family Evalu-
aLors, LLC and SouLhern Colorado uevelop-
mental Treatment Services.
Brother Bellville’s service as a volunteer
of kappa Slgma lraLernlLy lncludes posluons
as Alumnus Advisor for Beta-Omega Chapter,
8eLa-Cmega Pouse Corporauon Member, and
AsslsLanL ulsLrlcL Crand MasLer and ulsLrlcL
Grand Master for the State of Colorado. These
named Scholarship-Leadership Awards were
recenLly announced aL Lhe Colorado ulsLrlcL
Conclave in Boulder in March.
The Scholarship-Leadership Award
established for Brother Todd Gregory Martz
honors a Brother who has lived with the
8eLa-Cmega ChapLer for 21 years and who
has lived with Brother Bellville for the last six
years. The Beta-Omega Chapter and alumni
have worked closely LogeLher Lo Lake respon-
slblllLy ln supporung and glvlng care for Lhelr
Brother and to assist him with his challenges
of uown Syndrome. 8roLher 8ellvllle has also esLabllshed
a Scholarship-Leadership Award in the name of his pledge
son, Adam Michael Petrelli, who passed away from a heart
auack ln !anuary of 2009 aL Lhe age of 32. 8roLher ÞeLrelll
was commlued Lo leadershlp ln Lhe 8eLa-Cmega ChapLer and
also to academics and served as a Grand Master for the Beta-
Omega Chapter. He developed a sense of diversity within the
membership of the Chapter which strengthened the bond of
fellowship among the Brothers.
8roLher 8ellvllle sLaLed lL besL when he reßecLed upon
membershlp ln kappa Slgma, “lf lL wasn’L for kappa Slgma and
Lhe 8roLhers of 8eLa-Cmega ChapLer, l do noL know where l
would be Loday. PonesLly, l can say LhaL Lhe 8roLherhood saved
my llfe as an undergraduaLe and has made me lnLo Lhe man l
am Loday.” 1he Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Award glû of $100,000
to support these two named scholarships is one of the most
slgnlñcanL conLrlbuuons ln Lhe hlsLory of Lhe Scholarshlp-Lead-
ership Awards Program and has been of great support to the
kappa Slgma LndowmenL lund.
“If it wasn’t for Kappa
Sigma and the Brothers
of 8eta-Cmega Chapter,
I do not know where I
would be today.”
8rother Lmmet I. 8e||v|||e Makes
5100,000 G|h, Lstab||shes 1wo New SLAs
KAPPA SIGMA ENDOWMENT FUND
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 21
2012 Scholarship Leadership Award Winners
1hls year, Lhe kappa Slgma LndowmenL lund awarded over $140,300 Lhrough Lhe Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Awards
Þrogram and Lhe ChapLer Scholarshlp lund Awards Þrogram Lo deservlng undergraduaLe 8roLhers. Wlnners are
listed below, and on the following pages, by Chapter.
Full Name Chapter Univ. Scholarship Name Scholarship Type
Harrison Charles Goldberg Alpha Emory Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Alexander Matthew Stein Alpha Emory Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew Edward Kastner Alpha Emory Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Charles Lee Evavold Alpha Emory Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Daniel Steven Harrison Alpha Emory Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Hugh Henry Wescoat Green Alpha Emory Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Zachary S. Feuer Alpha-Alpha Univ. of Maryland - College Park Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Dana W. Hansen Alpha-Alpha Univ. of Maryland - College Park Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Matthew Jarad Brandstein Alpha-Alpha Univ. of Maryland - College Park Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Dana W. Hansen Alpha-Alpha Univ. of Maryland - College Park Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Matthew Jarad Brandstein Alpha-Alpha Univ. of Maryland - College Park Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
David M. Engstrom Alpha-Eta George Washington Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $1,500.00
Alex G. Pisciarino Alpha-Eta George Washington Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
David M. Engstrom Alpha-Eta George Washington Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Britt P. Hartzel Alpha-Gamma Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Kyle Anthony DeVivo Alpha-Lambda Univ. of Vermont George H. Reymond $1,500.00
Daniel Robert Neill Alpha-Lambda Univ. of Vermont Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Michael McKenzie Clark Alpha-Lambda Univ. of Vermont Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Robert D. Stibolt Alpha-Nu Wofford College Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Dylan Storm Aufdenkamp Alpha-Psi Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew J. Daehn Alpha-Sigma Ohio State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Chase A. Wright Alpha-Sigma Ohio State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jeffrey Daniel Hart Alpha-Sigma Ohio State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Kyle Patrick Bramman Alpha-Sigma Ohio State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Michael Archibald McLelland Alpha-Sigma Ohio State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
John Casey Leech Alpha-Sigma Ohio State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Ryan E. Shon Alpha-Sigma Ohio State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Benjamin D. Prueter Beta-Chi Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Caleb J. Rogers Beta-Chi Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Jeffrey D. Fritzmeyer Beta-Chi Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
William M. Westhoff Beta-Epsilon Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $1,500.00
Robert H. Wietecha Beta-Mu Univ. of Minnesota-Twin Cities Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Kyle A. Wesen Beta-Mu Univ. of Minnesota-Twin Cities Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Shawn A. McGirl Beta-Mu Univ. of Minnesota-Twin Cities Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Michael A. Cooley Beta-Omega Colorado College Wilbur F. Denious $1,500.00
Ugyen P. Tshering Beta-Omega Colorado College Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Bryan D. Lerner Beta-Pi Dickinson College Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joshua T. Margolis Beta-Pi Dickinson College Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Michael Anthony James Paugh Beta-Psi Univ. of Washington Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Ryan A. Selberg Beta-Psi Univ. of Washington Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Mason R. Bruza Beta-Tau Baker Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Paul Leonard Eltschinger Beta-Tau Baker Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Austin N. Friedman Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Ben C. Spiegelman Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Dillon J. Reid Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Eric Dybvig Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Ethan D. Cybulski Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
James M. Rizkalla Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Jon Micah Goeller Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Trevor D. Crafts Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
John F. DiDomenico Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
KAPPA SIGMA ENDOWMENT FUND
22 The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
W||||am M. Westhoñ (8eLa-Lpsllon, unlverslLy of Wlsconsln-Madlson, ’11)
l om botb exttemely boooteJ ooJ tbookfol to be o teclpleot of tbe koppo 5lqmo íoJowmeot looJ
5cbolotsblp. lt ls qteot to bove tbe soppott ooJ tecoqoluoo of ocoJemlc soccess tbot koppo 5lqmo
bestows opoo lts btotbets, ooJ l bope tbot tbls type of scbolotsblp wlll losplte oll btotbets to sttlve
fot ocoJemlc excelle oce. 1book yoo ooce oqolo fot boootloq me wltb tbls owotJ.
Lucas J. Miller Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Anthony S. Rice Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
John F. DiDomenico Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Kevin D. Cox Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Lucas J. Miller Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Matthew C. Minnette Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Patrick A. Kenney Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Robert A. Van Aker Beta-Theta Indiana Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Malcolm S. McGregor Beta-Zeta Stanford Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $750.00
Malcolm S. McGregor Beta-Zeta Stanford Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Peter M. Evers Chi Purdue Univ. Dr. John W. Ryan $1,500.00
Anthony F. Folck Chi Purdue Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Marshall A. Crawford Chi Purdue Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Alexander C. Hensley Chi Purdue Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew L. Troutman Chi Purdue Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Anthony F. Folck Chi Purdue Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jacob W. Hopkins Chi Purdue Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Kevin G. Konopasek Chi Purdue Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Marshall A. Crawford Chi Purdue Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Matthew R. Larson Chi Purdue Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Christopher Joseph Tantillo Chi Purdue Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Neil A. Precilio Chi Purdue Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew Loyal Chandler Chi-Omega Univ. of South Carolina Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Tim M. Bach Delta-Alpha Carnegie Mellon Univ. Robert L. Jarrell $1,500.00
John Harris Mccraw Delta-Chi Mississippi State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Noel M. Cumbaa Delta-Chi Mississippi State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Jeffrey Clinton Pride Delta-Chi Mississippi State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Preston Alan Williamson Delta-Chi Mississippi State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
John R. Sofarelli Jr. Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida W. W. Wyckoff $1,500.00
John R. Sofarelli Jr. Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $1,000.00
Andrew S. Gregory Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $750.00
Andrew S. Gregory Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Thomas P. Regan Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Thomas P. Regan Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $500.00
William M. Shurtleff Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Christopher J. Casselli Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Christopher S. Champion Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Gregory S. Kurth Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
William M. Shurtleff Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Christopher J. Casselli Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Christopher S. Champion Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Gregory S. Kurth Delta-Delta Univ. of Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Zachary T. Timm Delta-Eta Univ. of Southern California Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Max Marcus Delta-Eta Univ. of Southern California Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Steven W. Alhadef Delta-Eta Univ. of Southern California Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Max Marcus Delta-Eta Univ. of Southern California Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Steven W. Alhadef Delta-Eta Univ. of Southern California Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Thomas R. Kornkven Delta-Mu Univ. of North Dakota Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Hector A. Rivera Jr Delta-Nu Univ. of California-Los Angeles Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
KAPPA SIGMA ENDOWMENT FUND
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 23
James Parker Smitherman Delta-Pi Southern Methodist Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $500.00
Timothy Michael Delahanty Delta-Pi Southern Methodist Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Michael George Karr Delta-Pi Southern Methodist Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Michael George Karr Delta-Pi Southern Methodist Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
James Parker Smitherman Delta-Pi Southern Methodist Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Colton E. Rose Delta-Psi Michigan State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Jeffrey Scott Haley Delta-Zeta Univ. of New Mexico Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $1,250.00
Jeffrey Scott Haley Delta-Zeta Univ. of New Mexico Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jake A. Brand Epsilon-Alpha Univ. of Alberta Thomas J. Williams $1,500.00
William M. Christian Epsilon-Chi Univ. of Louisiana-Lafayette Benton Cason de la Houssaye $1,500.00
Eric C. Gillespie Epsilon-Chi Univ. of Louisiana-Lafayette Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Jacob A. Nugier Epsilon-Chi Univ. of Louisiana-Lafayette Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Evan S. Craig Epsilon-Eta Bowling Green State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joseph B. Lautzenhiser Epsilon-Eta Bowling Green State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Chase A Metzger Epsilon-Eta Bowling Green State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Ryan E. Shukis Epsilon-Eta Bowling Green State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Benjamin E. Perrault Epsilon-Mu Univ. of Tulsa Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Edward Joseph Moppert, III Epsilon-Mu Univ. of Tulsa Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Kendall Charles Meyercord Epsilon-Mu Univ. of Tulsa Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Paul Jared Sobczyk Epsilon-Mu Univ. of Tulsa Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Chris Joseph Bissmeyer Epsilon-Mu Univ. of Tulsa Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Christopher W. Bryan Epsilon-Mu Univ. of Tulsa Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Chris Joseph Bissmeyer Epsilon-Mu Univ. of Tulsa Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Robert J. Lierenz Epsilon-Rho Kent State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Eli D. Weikart Epsilon-Rho Kent State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Robin D. Bailey III Epsilon-Sigma Florida State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Nicholas J. Calitri Epsilon-Zeta Univ. of Connecticut Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Benjamin Echols Kilpatrick Gamma Louisiana State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Cason J. Ramos Gamma Louisiana State Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Andrew Joseph Smith Gamma Louisiana State Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Thomas Coulter McMahen Gamma Louisiana State Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Cason J. Ramos Gamma Louisiana State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew Joseph Smith Gamma Louisiana State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Thomas Coulter McMahen Gamma Louisiana State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Kristopher Robert Pfeiffer Gamma-Gamma Colorado School of Mines Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Aaron M. Hein Gamma-Omega Univ. of Pittsburgh Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Brian C. Mahlstedt Jr. Gamma-Omega Univ. of Pittsburgh Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
John-Michael J. Angotti Gamma-Omicron Univ. of Kansas James J. Keating $1,500.00
KAPPA SIGMA ENDOWMENT FUND • SLA WINNERS
Ethan D. Cybulski (8eLa-1heLa, lndlana unlverslLy, ’09)
My olJet btotbet ls o koppo 5lqmo os well ooJ comloq Jowo to vlslt blm fot two yeots befote
l wos lo colleqe leJ me to Jeslte oJmluooce loto o ftotetolty. l come Jowo ooJ pleJqeJ koppo
5lqmo lo tbe foll ooJ lt bos beeo ooe of tbe best Jeclsloos of my llfe. lt wos my bome fot two
yeots, ooJ l cteoteJ mooy qteot memotles llvloq tbete. wltblo tbe ftotetolty, l bove met so mooy
btotbets ooJ cteoteJ ftleoJsblps wltb evety sloqle ooe. Meeuoq oll of tbese people ooJ leotoloq
tbe kltool of tbe boose bos qlveo me looJs of tespect fot tbe ftotetolty. 1be telouoosblps wltb my
btotbets bove moJe me become mote tbooqbqol ooJ cotloq fot evetytbloq otoooJ me. l bove
olwoys possesseJ tbese poollues bot my btotbets bove moJe me mote owote of tbem. lo oJ-
Jluoo, tbe telouoosblps l bove cteoteJ ote fot llfe, oot jost my teoote bete ot loJlooo uolvetslty. l coo coll oo ooy btotbet
ot ooy polot ooJ osk fot sometbloq ooJ tbey wlll be wlllloq to belp, wbetbet lt ls o fovot ot fot oetwotkloq potposes ot fot
ooytbloq lo qeoetol. koppo 5lqmo wos tbe best cbolce fot me, ooJ l coooot lmoqloe myself lo ooy otbet boose.
1bls owotJ meoos o lot to me. l olteoJy bove scbolotsblp belp tbtooqb tbe oolvetslty, bot wltb tbe stote of tbe ecooomy
lotely, ooy mooey belps. 1bls owotJ bos losplteJ me to Jo eveo mote fot tbe boose tbot bos qlveo so mocb to me olteoJy.
l become o Mostet of kltool, wblcb wos o vety tewotJloq feelloq ooce l ttoly leotoeJ evetytbloq oboot oot beloveJ ftotet-
olty. l om Joloq wbot l coo to qlve bock to tbls ftotetolty ooJ to leoto evetytbloq oboot tbe boose. Aqolo, l om exttemely
oppteclouve of tbls owotJ. koppo 5lqmo bos Jooe so mocb fot me ooJ l ploo to tetoto tbe fovot, oow ooJ lo tbe fotote.
KAPPA SIGMA ENDOWMENT FUND
24 The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
Dustan J. Boleski Gamma-Omicron Univ. of Kansas Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Nicholas P. Colbert Gamma-Omicron Univ. of Kansas Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Patrick S. Begley Gamma-Omicron Univ. of Kansas Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Nicholas P. Colbert Gamma-Omicron Univ. of Kansas Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Patrick S. Begley Gamma-Omicron Univ. of Kansas Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew Z. Sommer Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Benjamin R. Potash Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Brandon M. Lowe Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Joseph D. Henke Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Joshua A. Zeidman Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Alan Benjamin Wagner Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Guillermo F. Mirandes Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jack J. Wanderman Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jonathan E. Rea Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Bokil Tizoc Lopez-Pineda Gamma-Pi Massachusetts Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Samuel Robert Snelling Gamma-Psi Oklahoma State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Brian M. Kerr Gamma-Sigma Oregon State Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $1,500.00
Brian M. Kerr Gamma-Sigma Oregon State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Christopher R. Marshall Gamma-Tau Univ. of Colorado Boulder Nathaniel G. Symonds $1,500.00
Garrett Benjamin Stauffer Gamma-Theta Univ. of Idaho Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jordan Michael Bennett Gamma-Theta Univ. of Idaho Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Bryan S. Nachwalter Gamma-Upsilon Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Cody A. May Gamma-Xi Denison Univ. Herschel T. Meredith $1,500.00
Scott T. Porter Gamma-Xi Denison Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Shawn D. Whites Gamma-Xi Denison Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Lowell A. Safren Kappa Vanderbilt Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
David R. Leonard Kappa Vanderbilt Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Michael L. Abraham Kappa Vanderbilt Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Casey R. Vanderpool Kappa-Alpha Univ. of Nevada-Las Vegas Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Sebastian N. Torres Kappa-Alpha Univ. of Nevada-Las Vegas Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew R. Trechsel Kappa-Chi College of Charleston Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Maxwell Charles McEachern Kappa-Chi College of Charleston Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Anthony William Nunnally Kappa-Delta Univ. of South Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $750.00
Iden H. Mersereau Kappa-Gamma Northern Arizona Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Blake Alexander Taylor Kappa-Iota Middle Tennessee State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Matthew R. Spangenberg Kappa-Kappa Georgia Southwestern State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Stephen D. Moore Kappa-Kappa Georgia Southwestern State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jarred Joseph Cahan Kappa-Lambda Shippensburg Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
James N. Hargis Kappa-Mu Tennessee Technological Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Hunter G. Surles Kappa-Mu Tennessee Technological Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jordan A. Young Kappa-Mu Tennessee Technological Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joshua A. Blair Kappa-Mu Tennessee Technological Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Bradley Todd Baker Kappa-Mu Tennessee Technological Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Noa D. Stroop Kappa-Mu Tennessee Technological Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Donald Russell Pena Kappa-Phi George Mason Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Andrew Joseph D’Amato Kappa-Phi George Mason Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Michael Jeffrey Sutherland Kappa-Phi George Mason Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Erick Silva Kappa-Pi Univ. of Central Oklahoma Hamilton W. Baker $1,500.00
Brandon Trey Lewis Kappa-Pi Univ. of Central Oklahoma Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Maxwell O. DePriest Kappa-Theta Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT • KAPPA SIGMA ENDOWMENT FUND
Jake A. Brand (Lpsllon-Alpha, unlverslLy of AlberLa, ’10)
1homas !. Wllllams Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Award
l coolJ oot tbook yoo ooJ oll of tbe koppo 5lqmo btotbets tbot boJ o pott lo my tecelvloq of tbe 1bomos I. wlllloms AwotJ
eoooqb. 1bete ls oo beuet feelloq tboo wokloq op to o oote lo tbe moll stouoq ´yoo ote ttoly omooq tbe ´best of tbe best´
lo koppo 5lqmo´, wblcb lo toto ls tbe best of tbe best lo tbe Cteek commoolty. l coolJ oot be mote ptooJ to be o pott of tbe
btotbetbooJ l bove qtowo to love, ooJ ooce mote tbook yoo oll fot yoot tecoqoluoo ooJ soppott.
KAPPA SIGMA ENDOWMENT FUND
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 25
Jeremy R. Addy Kappa-Upsilon Clemson Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Thomas M. Conners Kappa-Upsilon Clemson Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
William C. Sumner Kappa-Upsilon Clemson Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Tyler Alexander Marvin Kappa-Zeta Georgia Southern Univ. William O. Waters $1,500.00
Richard B. Ross Lambda Univ. of Tennessee-Knoxville Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Nathan Terry Lee Lambda-Delta Univ. of West Georgia Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Bradley James Antkiewicz Lambda-Epsilon Univ. of Central Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
John Joseph Aletti Lambda-Epsilon Univ. of Central Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Christopher Kyle Knopik Lambda-Epsilon Univ. of Central Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Brandon Scott Talbott Lambda-Epsilon Univ. of Central Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Christopher Kyle Knopik Lambda-Epsilon Univ. of Central Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joseph Walton Delavan Lambda-Gamma Jacksonville State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
John Y. Key Lambda-Gamma Jacksonville State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jon-Michael H. Poff Lambda-Iota Lyon College Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Clifford James Stout Lambda-Omicron Univ. of North Alabama Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Drew Edward Hunnicutt Lambda-Phi Sam Houston State Univ. Lanier S. Dasher, Jr. $1,500.00
Matthew William Defillips Lambda-Pi Delta State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joseph Aubrey Ethridge Lambda-Xi Georgia College and State Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Kelley Thomas Maddox Lambda-Xi Georgia College and State Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Austin David McCallister Lambda-Xi Georgia College and State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joseph Aubrey Ethridge Lambda-Xi Georgia College and State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Kelley Thomas Maddox Lambda-Xi Georgia College and State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Allen Andre Babajanian Mu-Delta Univ. of California-Irvine Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Nicholas A. England Mu-Delta Univ. of California-Irvine Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Sujan Dhoju Mu-Epsilon Linfield College Henry A. Zuberano $1,500.00
Joshua R. Melander Mu-Epsilon Linfield College Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Michael R. Rediker Mu-Eta Univ. of Louisville Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Bin Chen Mu-Omicron Louisiana State Univ.-Shreveport Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Gregory P. Stewart Mu-Psi Boston Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
James R. Osterstock Jr. Mu-Psi Boston Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Taylor A. Cyr Mu-Psi Boston Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joseph A. Wandersee Mu-Rho Missouri State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Daniel C. Newton Mu-Tau Austin Peay State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Michael Taylor Mills Mu-Zeta Univ. of North Carolina-Wilmington Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $500.00
Michael Taylor Mills Mu-Zeta Univ. of North Carolina-Wilmington Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Daniel L. Sonntag Nu-Epsilon New Mexico State Univ. H. Gardiner Symonds $1,500.00
Austin D. Wolstein Nu-Epsilon New Mexico State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
David C. Maestas Nu-Epsilon New Mexico State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Emilio Cruz Mondragon Nu-Epsilon New Mexico State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Patrick J. Wallace Nu-Epsilon New Mexico State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Christopher D. Sondi Nu-Gamma Pratt Institute Brian J. O’Dwyer $1,500.00
Evan Foster Nu-Gamma Pratt Institute Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Dylan Darrall Doughty Nu-Kappa Univ. of Central Arkansas Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Joshua Daniel Lyon Nu-Kappa Univ. of Central Arkansas Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Chase Eliseo Fresneda Nu-Kappa Univ. of Central Arkansas Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Chase James Wilhelm Nu-Lambda California State Univ.-Sacramento Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
John P. Hargett Nu-Theta Morehead State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Lowell A. Safren (kappa, vanderbllL unlverslLy, ’10)
l om ttoly boooteJ to tecelve tbe íoJowmeot looJ 5cbolotsblp ftom oot oouoool otqoolzouoo. 1bls owotJ ls o ttoe booot
fot me becoose lt ls tooqlble tecoqoluoo of oll of tbe wotk l bove Jooe wblle o btotbet lo tbe koppo cboptet of koppo
5lqmo. l feel tbot tbls owotJ ls especlolly oolpoe ooJ meooloqfol becoose lt ls oot ooly o cboptet owotJ fot leoJetsblp
wltblo tbe cboptet, bot lt ls olso tecoqoluoo of commoolty ooJ compos lovolvemeot. l om so boooteJ by tbls becoose lt ls
oo o[tmouoo of my wotk to be lovolveJ lo os mooy oteos os posslble to ttoly Jlvetslfy my leoJetsblp expetleoce. wbeo l
tecelveJ tbe booot of beloq loluoteJ o koppo 5lqmo lo Motcb of 2010 l koew tbot l boJ o tespooslblllty to belp my cboptet
qtow ooJ socceeJ os mocb os posslble. nowevet, l olso tecoqolzeJ tbot l sboolJ exempllfy tbe voloes of o koppo 5lqmo
beyooJ tbe otqoolzouoo ltself. 1be opptobouoo tbls owotJ bos ptovlJeJ me ls ttoly oo booot.
KAPPA SIGMA ENDOWMENT FUND
26 The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
Matthew C. Cavner Nu-Theta Morehead State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Zachary P. Ringlein Nu-Upsilon Winthrop Univ. Wesley W. Kergan $1,500.00
Clint T. Boyleston Jr Nu-Upsilon Winthrop Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Trevor P. Boudreaux Omicron-Chi Nicholls State Univ. J. Henry Nichols $1,500.00
Jason R. Ray Omicron-Chi Nicholls State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Kieran K. Persaud Omicron-Epsilon Adelphi Univ. Thomas L. Wiper, Jr. $1,500.00
Alexander G. Lucks Omicron-Epsilon Adelphi Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Michael E. Blinn Omicron-Epsilon Adelphi Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Robert McMahon Carroll Omicron-Epsilon Adelphi Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Joseph R. Knichel Omicron-Epsilon Adelphi Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Michael Dominick Manzo Omicron-Epsilon Adelphi Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Logan D. Armstrong Omicron-Eta Nova Southeastern Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Daniel C. Muggeo Omicron-Eta Nova Southeastern Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Paul A. Keefe Omicron-Eta Nova Southeastern Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Wesley Daniel Wells, Jr Omicron-Iota Armstrong Atlantic State Univ. John O. Dasher $1,500.00
Dillon A. Horak Omicron-Kappa Kennesaw State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Nicholas Oscar Abruzzini Omicron-Omega California State Univ.-Stanislaus Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Eshan U. Patel Omicron-Phi Washington College Willard F. Rockwell, Jr. $1,500.00
John N. Tremper Omicron-Phi Washington College William S. Horton $1,500.00
Brandon L. Citrano Omicron-Phi Washington College Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Ryan F. Cellini Omicron-Psi Bloomsburg Univ. Of Pennsylvania Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Ahmad T. Dandachi Omicron-Rho Univ. of Michigan-Flint Dr. David W. Persky $1,500.00
Andrew D. Fink Omicron-Rho Univ. of Michigan-Flint Paul D. Crawford $1,500.00
Jared A. Arnold Omicron-Rho Univ. of Michigan-Flint Roy C. Osgood $1,500.00
Alexander K. Benda Omicron-Rho Univ. of Michigan-Flint Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Michael J. Hoffman Omicron-Sigma Slippery Rock Univ. H. Howell Taylor, Jr. $1,500.00
John M. Carlson Omicron-Sigma Slippery Rock Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Patrick L. Scherer Omicron-Sigma Slippery Rock Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Adam A. Attia Omicron-Upsilon Temple Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew J. Kelly Omicron-Upsilon Temple Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Zach A. Moline Omicron-Xi Univ. of Lethbridge Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Matthew Joseph Washnock Phi Rhodes College Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Ryan Norman Landry Phi Rhodes College Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
James S. Jones Phi Rhodes College Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
William John Hopp Phi Rhodes College Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jerrick E. Williams Pi-Eta Missouri Southern State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Vincent A. Menechino Pi-Kappa Bentley Univ. Howard H. Lumsden $1,500.00
Bryan J. Becher Pi-Kappa Bentley Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Brett A. Bisesti Pi-Kappa Bentley Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Stephen J. Perkins Pi-Kappa Bentley Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joshua D. Keane Pi-Omega Sacred Heart Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Keshal V. Desai Pi-Omega Sacred Heart Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Omar Ilyas Pi-Phi Brooklyn College Luke J. Schissel $1,500.00
James Michael Traver Pi-Phi Brooklyn College Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Wes|ey D. We||s, Ir. (Cmlcron-loLa, ArmsLrong ALlanuc SLaLe unlverslLy, ’11)
!ohn C. uasher Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Award
wblle wotJs coooot Jesctlbe tbe oppteclouoo l bove fot tecelvloq tbe Iobo O. uosbet 5cbolotsblp-
leoJetsblp AwotJ ftom tbe koppo 5lqmo íoJowmeot looJ, oeltbet coo tbey Jesctlbe my expetl-
eoce os o koppo 5lqmo ooJetqtoJoote. 1be expetleoces tbot we sbote wltb oot btotbetscoooot
be exploloeJ, bot lt coo be ooJetstooJ by tbose wbom expetleoce lt. 1bls scbolotsblp wlll ollow
me to coouooe to bollJ oo tbose expetleoces ooJ cteote mote expetleoces wblcb wlll leoJ my
btotbets ooJ me to become beuet meo. Obtololoq o 4-yeot Jeqtee ls ctoclol lo toJoy´s soclety,
bot bovloq tbe foooclol oblllty to complete tbot tosk bloJets mooy colleqe stoJeots, locloJloq myself. 8eloq o koppo 5lqmo
ls oot jost o pott of my colleqe expetleoce, lt bos cteoteJ my colleqe expetleoce. l coo ooly bope to qlve bock wbot koppo
5lqmo bos qlveo to me ooJ tecelvloq tbls owotJ bos qlveo me tbe oppottoolty to potsoe my Jeqtee ooJ look fotwotJ to tbe
Joy wbeo l moy be oble to belp otbet btotbets wbo ote qoloq tbtooqb tbe tbloqs tbot l om expetleocloq oow.
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Gregory S. Gounardes Pi-Phi Brooklyn College Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jessen Thomas Pi-Phi Brooklyn College Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Alessandro Mannino Pi-Theta Coastal Carolina Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Trenton Clifton Jenkins Pi-Zeta Charlotte North Carolina Richard M. Wicks $1,500.00
Westly Deering Bartlett Pi-Zeta Charlotte North Carolina Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Andrew N. Herman Psi Univ. of Maine-Orono Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Shawn O. Powell Psi Univ. of Maine-Orono Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Nathaniel J. Cyr Psi Univ. of Maine-Orono Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Ryan D. Hanc Psi Univ. of Maine-Orono Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Tyler F. Smith Psi Univ. of Maine-Orono Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Brenden Melander Rho Arizona State Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $1,000.00
Brenden Melander Rho Arizona State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Brandon L. Zauche Rho Prime Univ. of North Georgia William S. McClintic $1,500.00
Gregory P. Morgan Rho Prime Univ. of North Georgia Ashton Brothers $1,500.00
Bradley Ray Hudson Rho Prime Univ. of North Georgia Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Martin A. Watkins Rho-Delta California State Univ.-Northridge Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Nathan C. Woodard Rho-Iota State Univ. of New York-Cortland Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
James R. Pickerrell Rho-Kappa California State Univ.-Monterey Bay Barton H. Kogan $1,500.00
Kendyl W. Duffy Rho-Kappa California State Univ.-Monterey Bay Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Dale R. Dombrowski Rho-Omega Stevens Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Ralph J. Gallo Rho-Omega Stevens Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Thomas C. Tritt Rho-Omega Stevens Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Drew S. Capone Rho-Omega Stevens Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joseph E. Hogan Rho-Omega Stevens Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Alexandre Filipe Fidalgo Rho-Omega Stevens Institute of Tech. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Alexandro Perez-Tovar Rho-Omicron Univ. of California-Merced Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Alexander H. Olivarez Rho-Upsilon Univ. of Incarnate Word Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew S. Rachlin Rho-Zeta Florida Gulf Coast Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Nicholas C. Suellentrop Sigma Tulane Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Nicholas Gerard Mazzone Sigma-Delta Stony Brook Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Travis S. Hayes Tau Univ. of Texas at Austin Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
David Quincey Underhill Theta-Beta California State Univ.-Long Beach Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Kyle D. Davey Theta-Delta Willamette Univ. L. Saxon Dasher, III $1,500.00
Kyle D. Davey Theta-Delta Willamette Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $500.00
London S. Paulson Theta-Pi East Carolina Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Danny Phan Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. Norman J. Stupp $1,500.00
Patrick B. Hylton Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. J. Curtis Williams $1,500.00
Phillip L. Nguyen Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. Dr. Paul V. Hansen $1,500.00
Ryan A. Schwartzman Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. Henry L. Bauer $1,500.00
Joshua P. Graham Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Austin M. Nale Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
James J. Biscone Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joel T. Cranmer Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joshua K. Riley Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Kellynn E. Brack Theta-Psi Oklahoma City Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jeremiah Cody Gueringer Theta-Rho McNeese State Univ. William D. Dorsey $1,500.00
Josiah Stephen Eastman Theta-Rho McNeese State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Ryan K. Richman Theta-Xi Trine Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Cedric J. Pittman Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Henry M. Rockwell $1,500.00
Brendan Melander (8ho, Arlzona SLaLe unlverslLy, ’11)
W. W. Wyckoñ Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Award
1o be o pott of socb o JlsuoqolsbeJ qtoop of tbe ´best of tbe best´ lo koppo 5lqmo ls o qteot
booot ooJ o ttemeoJoos occompllsbmeot. l om exttemely tbookfol ooJ exclteJ to bove tecelveJ
tbls owotJ, ooJ l bope to Jtlve otbets lo my cboptet to follow my potb. 1, l olso woot to soy
tbook yoo to my olomol btotbets wbo coottlboteJ to tbe fooJ. 1book yoo so mocb ooJ expect to
see mooy mote of my btotbets ftom kbo cboptet wlooloq tbese owotJs oext yeot!
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Chase L. Sturdevant Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Kevin S. Kaplan $1,500.00
Samuel T. Volkmer Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Thomas E. Autzen $1,500.00
Mark A. Beaubien Jr. Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Kevin R. Krum Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Lincoln D. Nora Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Mark A. Zuniga Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Kevin R. Krum Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Lincoln D. Nora Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Mark A. Zuniga Theta-Zeta Eastern New Mexico Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Colby E. Smith Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Wallace W. Baumann $1,500.00
Bryan G. Loyd Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Sawyer W. Dunigan Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Thomas W. Roblee Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Blake R. Jones Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Joshua C. Carter Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Trevor C. Freemyer Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Chapter Scholarship Fund Award $250.00
Blaine C. Killion Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Blake R. Jones Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Jarrod D. King Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Joshua C. Carter Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Nathan G. Watson Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Steven A. Shelton Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Trevor C. Freemyer Xi Univ. of Arkansas-Fayetteville Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Christopher J. Wolfel Xi-Beta Northeastern Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Jeremy H. Cisneros Xi-Beta Northeastern Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Joshua M. Coombes Xi-Beta Northeastern Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Philip P. Hiatrides Xi-Beta Northeastern Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Brendan T. O’Connor Xi-Beta Northeastern Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Kyle Alan Webster Xi-Chi Univ. of Northern Colorado Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Nathan T. Sellers Xi-Eta Christian Brothers Univ. Dr. Russel L. Wiener $1,500.00
Taylor R. Tartera Xi-Eta Christian Brothers Univ. J. Reimer Espy $1,500.00
Jacob R. Porter Xi-Eta Christian Brothers Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Joshua P. Ambuehl Xi-Eta Christian Brothers Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Lucas Jeffrey Mills Xi-Iota Columbus State Univ. D. A. Murphy $1,500.00
William P. Carson Xi-Iota Columbus State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Eric D. Walker Xi-Iota Columbus State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Christian David Grier Xi-Iota Columbus State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
David Efren Mojica-Cruz Xi-Iota Columbus State Univ. Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Cody J. Greenstein Xi-Lambda Univ. of Delaware Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Andrew V. Coconato Xi-Psi Univ. of North Florida Pressly L. Stevenson $1,500.00
Anthony D. Ruscito Xi-Psi Univ. of North Florida Scholarship-Leadership Award Certificate of Merit
Andrew Joseph Servis Xi-Rho Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Kenneth J. Hellings Xi-Rho Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Michael J. Steele Jr. Xi-Rho Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Sean M. Hogan Xi-Rho Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Scholarship-Leadership Award $500.00
Danny Phan (1heLa-Þsl, Cklahoma ClLy unlverslLy, ’09)
Norman J. Stupp Scholarship-Leadership Award
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1betefote l woolJ llke to tbook oll of my btotbets especlolly tbose ot 1beto-lsl ooJ tbose wbo
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conqrotu/onons to 4// 5cho/orship winners!
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Omicron-Iota’s Ritual Focus Drives Its Excellence
By James H. S. Levine, Ritualist (Xi-Lambda, University of Delaware, ‘97)
Coming out of the 68th Biennial Grand Conclave in the fall
of 2011, Lhe Cmlcron-loLa ChapLer (ArmsLrong ALlanuc SLaLe
University) knew that something had to change. The Chapter,
ñve years followlng lLs lnsLallauon, had been sLruggllng, and
had noL even been able Lo send a delegaLe Lo Conclave. 1he
thought of other Chapters reveling in their successes at Con-
clave had broughL Cmlcron-loLa’s weaknesses Lo Lhe forefronL.
1he ChapLer sLruggled wlLh Code of ConducL vlolauons,
ñnanclal dellnquency, and a general feellng of amblvalence.
Community service and campus involvement had decreased,
scholarshlp had ceased Lo be a focus, and Lhe ChapLer’s slze
had dropped Lo [usL 9 8roLhers, down from 27 aL Lhe ume
Cmlcron-loLa recelved lLs CharLer. Cnly one member of Lhe
ChapLer was 8lLually proñclenL and 8lLual was no prlorlLy
among the Brotherhood. The Brothers were not focused on
kappa Slgma, and lL showed.
Returning to campus that August, just weeks following
Conclave, then-Omicron-Iota Grand Master of Ceremonies
Wesley Wells, !r. (’11) knew LhaL someLhlng had Lo change.
“1he ChapLer had losL slghL of lLs rooLs. We had forgouen
Lhe lmporLanL Lhlngs LhaL made us a 8roLherhood ln Lhe ñrsL
place, especially the Ritual,” he says.
8roLher Wells recognlzed LhaL lf Lhe ChapLer was Lo
survive and ever thrive again, the Brothers would need to
embrace kappa Slgma ln a new way alLogeLher. Seeklng Lo
discover how the history and secrets of the Order could help
the Chapter, Brother Wells dove into Ritual study. He earned
ñve CeruñcaLes of 8lLual Þroñclency durlng Lhe fall semesLer,
semng an example of 8lLual excellence for hls ChapLer, and
encouraged his Brothers to follow his lead. “It was a chal-
lenge aL ñrsL, Lrylng Lo mouvaLe Lhe ChapLer Lo become more
invested in the Ritual. We had never really focused on Ritual
before aL Cmlcron-loLa, and aL umes lL was dlmculL Lo geL Lhe
8roLhers lnLeresLed,” he says. “lL was slow golng aL ñrsL.”
ln facL, lL was noL unul Lhe sprlng semesLer LhaL 8roLher
Wells’ eñorLs began Lo pay oñ. 1haL semesLer, Lhe ChapLer,
havlng Lrlpled lLs slze from Lhe sLarL of Lhe school year, began
Lo fully embrace Lhe 8lLual. 8roLher Wells became a MasLer
of Lhe 8lLual and began challenglng oLher ChapLer members
Lo become proñclenL as well.
By the Awards deadline, the Chapter had reached
100° proñclency across lLs enure membershlp. ln addl-
uon Lo 8roLher Wells’ accompllshmenLs, Lhe oLher ChapLer
members also Lurned ln exLraordlnary 8lLual performances.
lour 8roLhers had earned ñve CeruñcaLes, Lwo oLhers had
earned four CeruñcaLes, and a Lhlrd of Lhe ChapLer had
earned Lwo or more. “As 8roLhers became more and more
involved with the Ritual, we saw the culture of our Chapter
sLarung Lo change. 8roLhers were more focused on how
Lhey could help Lhe ChapLer and we saw lncreased parucl-
pauon ln servlce evenLs, sLudy hours and rush. lL was llke
Ritual study led to a Chapter-wide awakening, and everyone
wanLed Lo be more acuve. lL really helped sLrengLhen our
Brotherhood,” Brother Wells recalls.
At the 2012 East Leadership Conference in New Orleans,
Cmlcron-loLa recelved Lhe 8lLual Þroñclency Lxcellence
Award, Lhe MosL lmproved ChapLer 8lLual Þroñclency Award,
and was the runner-up to the George Miles Arnold Cup.
These are certainly outstanding accomplishments for any
ChapLer, buL especlally for one LhaL had only a slngle proñ-
cient Brother at the start of the fall semester. In stark contrast
to the prior Conclave, to which the Chapter could not even
“we hod forqouen the importont thinqs thot mode us o
8rotherhood in the frst p/oce, especio//y the kituo/.”
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send a slngle delegaLe, ñve undergraduaLes and an alumnus
were on hand Lo celebraLe Cmlcron-loLa’s success.
ln 2012-2013, Lhe ChapLer’s momenLum has conunued.
1he ChapLer’s slze has lncreased nearly 30°, and Lhe dedlca-
uon Lo Lhe 8lLual has noL abaLed a blL. Cmlcron-loLa’s overall
8lLual proñclency remalns near 100°, and Lhe ChapLer has
begun Leachlng Lhe Þledglng Ceremony as parL of lLs 8roLh-
ers ln Acuon for Þledges program. “new lnluaLes are more
lnLeresLed ln Lhe 8lLual, and Lhe ChapLer ls ßourlshlng llke
never before. 1eachlng Lhe Þledglng Ceremony Lo our pledges
has really made Lhem feel more llke a parL of Lhe ChapLer,
and Lhey wanL Lo geL lnvolved and learn more 8lLual as soon
as Lhey are lnluaLed,” reporLs currenL Cmlcron-loLa Crand
MasLer of Ceremonles nlck Sanders (’12).
Cmlcron-loLa saw ñve new 8roLhers become MasLers of Lhe
8lLual Lhrough Lhls March, and Lhe ChapLer has lLs eyes locked
on Laklng home Lhe Ceorge Mlles Arnold Cup Lhls summer aL
Lhe 69Lh 8lennlal Crand Conclave ln Las vegas. “We wanL Lo
show Lhe resL of kappa Slgma LhaL Cmlcron-loLa ls a ChapLer Lo
be reckoned wlLh. We came ln second place lasL year, and Lhls
year we’ve goL our eyes on Lhe prlze. We plan Lo leave Las vegas
wlLh Lhe Ceorge Mlles Arnold Cup ln hand, and brlng lL home Lo
Savannah for a long ume” says 8roLher Sanders.
WlLh abundanL enLhuslasm and a newfound sense of
8roLherhood Lhanks Lo Lhelr dedlcauon Lo Lhe 8lLual, Lhe 8roLh-
ers of Cmlcron-loLa are prepared Lo face Lhelr fuLure - a fuLure
brlghL wlLh poLenual wlLhln kappa Slgma and on ArmsLrong
ALlanuc’s campus for years Lo come. H
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Ritual Commission To Sponsor
Conc|ave Mode| In|nanon Compennon
Lvery summer aL Crand Conclave or Leadershlp Confer-
ence, Lhe 8lLual Commlsslon sponsors a model lnluauon
compeuuon. 8roLhers from across Lhe Crder compeLe, and
Lhe wlnners serve as Lhe lnluauon Leam for Lhe model lnluaLe
aL LhaL summer’s Conclave or Conference.
lor Lhe pasL several years, Lhe compeuuon has been held
among Leams organlzed by ChapLer, where all members of
Lhe compeung Leam are undergraduaLe members of Lhe same
ChapLer. 1hls formaL has been successful aL encouraglng Chap-
Lers Lo pracuce our 8lLual LogeLher, and has provlded some
exLraordlnary performances over Lhe years. 1hls year, Lhe
8lLual Commlsslon looks forward agaln Lo provldlng Lhe 8roLh-
ers gaLhered ln Las vegas for Lhe 69Lh 8lennlal Crand Conclave
wlLh a splrlLed compeuuon and an excellenL model lnluauon.
Whlle Lhe currenL compeuuon formaL has been success-
ful, Lhe slngle-ChapLer compeuuon wlll be reured followlng
Lhls summer’s Conclave. 8eglnnlng aL nexL year’s Leadershlp
Conferences, Lhe compeuuon wlll Lake a dlñerenL formaL,
whlch wlll open Lhe compeuuon Lo Leams noL comprlsed of
8roLhers from a slngle ChapLer, wlLh Lhe hope LhaL Lhe new
formaL wlll encourage even more 8roLhers Lo compeLe and
show oñ Lhelr 8lLual ablllues.
1he 8lLual Commlsslon looks forward Lo seelng many
ChapLer Leams compeLe ln Lhls summer’s compeuuon, and
have every expecLauon LhaL Lhe 8roLhers gaLhered ln Las
vegas wlll see an exLraordlnary performance of our 8lLual
durlng Lhe model lnluauon poruon of Lhe Crand Conclave.
All 8roLhers lnLeresLed ln compeung are encouraged Lo aL-
Lend an lnformauon sesslon LhaL wlll be held followlng Lhe
Cpenlng Sesslon on Wednesday, !uly 24, 2013. LeL’s make
Lhls year’s model lnluauon Lhe besL ever! H
Spr|ng D|str|ct k|tua| Compennon Underway
1he 8lLual Commlsslon ls proud Lo organlze a 8lLual
compeuuon Lhls sprlng. 1he ChapLer wlLhln each ulsLrlcL
LhaL earns Lhe mosL 8lLual polnLs from lebruary 13, 2013
Lhrough May 31, 2013 wlll be declared Lhe ulsLrlcL’s compe-
uuon wlnner and wlll be recognlzed for Lhelr eñorLs aL Lhls
summer’s Crand Conclave ln Las vegas.
ChapLers earn polnLs based on Ceorge Mlles Arnold
Cup polnLs-1 polnL for CMC or Þledglng Ceremony Ceruñ-
caLes, 2 polnLs for CM or Cmcer lnsLallauon CeruñcaLes, 3
polnLs for lnluaLory CeruñcaLes and 4 polnLs for LxplanaLory
LecLure CeruñcaLes. An addluonal 2 polnL bonus ls awarded
for becomlng a MasLer of Lhe 8lLual durlng Lhe compeuuon.
1he more CeruñcaLes a ChapLer’s members are awarded,
Lhe more polnLs Lhe ChapLer earns!
Palfway Lhrough Lhe compeuuon perlod (as of Lhe
ume of Lhls wrlung), mosL ulsLrlcLs have muluple ChapLers
[ockeylng for Lhe lead ln Lhelr compeuuons. Many ulsLrlcLs
wlll come down Lo Lhe wlre, and Lhe 8lLual Commlsslon
encourages all 8roLhers Lo paruclpaLe and help lead Lhelr
ChapLer Lo vlcLory! H
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Kappa Sigma’s social media presence has grown
tremendously over the past 2.5 years. This growth
has allowed brothers to connect with each other
to share stories, pictures, videos and more. From
record-setting rush results, to chapters helping their
communities through service, to welcoming brothers
home from overseas…
…we see it all!
If you haven’t done so already, join us online and start
sharing in Fellowship with brothers around the world.
Feel free to email the Kappa Sigma social media team
at KappaSigmaSM@gmail.com.
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Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 33
Gamma-Xi Chapter celebrated its centennial on the
Denison campus in style on the weekend of September 14
and 13, 2012. As wlLh many Lhlngs characLerlsuc of Lhe
ChapLer, lL was done a llule on Lhe laLe slde-say, nlneLeen
months late, but done it was and well.
Years of hard work led to the revival of Gamma-Xi on
lebruary 19 and 20, 2011, one hundred years and ñve days
aûer Lhe orlglnal esLabllshmenL of Lhe ChapLer, as 37 uenl-
son sLudenLs, who had formed Lhe colony, were lnluaLed.
Gamma-Xi was back!
lormal celebrauon of Lhls greaL evenL dld noL occur un-
ul SepLember 2012, and was a [olnL celebrauon of Lhe Chap-
ter’s centennial and its revival. The carefully planned events
were Lhe work of Lhe Camma-xl Alumnl Assoclauon, led by
lLs ÞresldenL, uavld W. Pornlng (‘70), and Lhe undergraduaLe
Chapter, led by its Grand Master Shawn D. Whites ’11. The
revlval of 1he SumulaLor, Lhe ChapLer’s alumnl newsleuer,
and Lhe lnLroducuon of lLs webslLe, www.kappaslgmadenl-
son.com, provided the call for alumni from many decades
Lo reLurn Lo Cranvllle for a fesuve weekend, and auendance
was excellent, led by the alumni from the 1950s.
1he evenLs commenced laLe lrlday aûernoon aL Lam-
son Lodge with an opportunity for the undergraduates
and the alumni and many wives, to meet over hors
d’oeuvres and drinks. Then the alumni and the under-
graduaLes ad[ourned Lo Lhe nearby ChapLer house for a
model lnluauon. 1he undergraduaLe omcers presenLed
the ceremonies from memory as a Brother stood in for
Lhe lnluaLe. Many alumnl noLed lL had been Lhe ñrsL
ume slnce Lhelr undergraduaLe days LhaL Lhey had wlL-
nessed the ceremony, and they were pleased and im-
pressed. 1he evenlng conunued wlLh much slnglng, plc-
ture taking, and fellowship.
1he celebrauon resumed on SaLurday, wlLh a LallgaLe
lunch on Lhe pauo of Lhe ChapLer house, feaLurlng grllled
‘bergers and dogs wlLh all Lhe ñxln’s and sldes. 1hen lL
was ume for some fooLball! unforLunaLely, LhaL was noL
a happy evenL, as Wabash defeaLed uenlson 33-2. Cn Lhe
posluve slde was a Lour of Lhe newly renovaLed MlLchell
ALhleuc CenLer wlLh lLs many sLaLe-of-Lhe-arL faclllues.
LaLer, 8roLhers [ourneyed downLown Lo Lhe old
Chapter house on Broadway. The famous Avery-Downer
House, now a museum of 19th-century furnishings, was
home Lo kappa Slgma from 1930-1937, and many Cam-
ma-Xi mementos and photographs are on display when
the Chapter visits.
Gamma-Xi Chapter Celebrates Its Renaissance and Centennial
8y Wllllam 8. Wlckham (‘33), ChapLer PlsLorlan
ulsttlct CtooJ Mostet 1oby n. 1oylot, Alomol lteslJeot uove w. notoloq, íxecouve ultectot Mltcbell 8. ´Mlc´ wllsoo, ooJ CtooJ Mostet
5bowo u. wbltes stooJ wltb mooy of tbe ooJetqtoJootes ot tbe boopoet. lbotos by c. Aotbooy kelss (´85).
First installed on February 15 and 16, 1911, at Denison University in Granville, Ohio, the Chapter
en[oyed over n|nety years of brotherhood and growth unn| a haz|ng |nc|dent |ed to the w|thdrawa|
of |ts charter on May 11, 2004. Aga|nst strong odds, |ts a|umn|, vo|unteers and headquarters stañ
led a drive to successfully restore the charter in its centennial year.
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The highlight of the weekend was the cocktail hour
and banquet at the Granville Inn. Welcoming the broth-
ers and their guests was Richard S. Bonesteel (‘49), House
Corporauon SecreLary, and Lhe lnvocauon was led by lrvln
H. Harlamert (‘49). Dave W. Horning described the state
of the Alumni Chapter, which is excellent. He introduced
Chapter Grand Master Shawn D. Whites, who described
the state of the undergraduate Chapter and called up all
of the undergraduates. William R. Wickham (‘55) had told
Lhe undergraduaLes LhaL ln pasL years, Lhe chapLer would
enLerLaln Lhe alumnl every homecomlng by slnglng “8eLa
Alpha uelLa,” Lhe song of Lhe old local fraLernlLy whlch be-
came Gamma-Xi Chapter in 1911. Bill had rehearsed the
undergraduaLes ln Lhe song 1hursday nlghL. Pe gave Lhem
Lhelr noLe from Lhe plano, and Lhey launched lnLo Lhe
Chapter’s most historic song with gusto. The alumni joined
ln for a second chorus, per Lradluon, Lhe resulL belng Lhe
resLorauon of Camma-xl’s muslcal rooLs.
Wlckham Lhen relaLed a brlef hlsLory of Camma-xl,
focuslng on 8eLa Alpha uelLa, Lhe 1911 lnsLallauon, and
Lhe early years up Lhrough Lhe ñûles. Pe descrlbed Lhe ñve
ChapLer houses, all of whlch are sull sLandlng ln Cranvllle
and on the Denison hill, and the struggles to provide each
of Lhem Lhrough Lhe years. 1hen he challenged Lhe under-
graduaLes: “?ou now represenL one of kappa Slgma’s ñnesL
ChapLers and are Lhe prlde of your alumnl. lL ls up Lo you Lo
make Lhe nexL chapLers of our hlsLory proud ones, Loo.”
ulsLrlcL Crand MasLer 1oby P. 1aylor (Lpsllon-Þsl,
LambuLh unlverslLy, ‘93), who had supervlsed Lhe enure
lnLeresL group and colony process, relaLed Lhe many ac-
compllshmenLs of Camma-xl from Lhe ñrsL sLeps ln 2007
through the revival of the Chapter.
1he keynoLe speaker of Lhe evenlng was Lhe long-
ume Lxecuuve ulrecLor of kappa Slgma lraLernlLy,
MlLchell 8. “Mlc” Wllson (8eLa-nu, unlverslLy of ken-
Lucky, ‘78), represenung Lhe lraLernlLy on behalf of Lhe
Supreme Lxecuuve Commluee. Mlc had been a ma[or
player ln Lhe negouauons wlLh uenlson unlverslLy lead-
lng Lo Lhe reLurn Lo campus and had auended Lhe reln-
sLallauon ceremonles ln 2011.
Pe challenged Lhe Camma-xl undergraduaLes: “?ou
musL undersLand LhaL a greaL Lradluon was almosL losL,
and Lhere was poLenual for Lhls ChapLer Lo only be re-
membered on Lhe pages of Lhe hlsLory of Lhe kappa
Slgma lraLernlLy.”
Pe honored Lhe Camma-xl leaders: “As we made
our appeal and presenLauon Lo Lhe unlverslLy Lo reLurn
to Denison, there was a nucleus group of Brothers who
sLepped forward Lo make Lhls dream a reallLy. 1hey are
ulck 8onesLeel (‘49), uon 8ren (‘49), uave Pornlng (‘70),
and lrv ParlamerL (‘49). 1hey sLood Lall for kappa Slgma.”
Pe conunued: “lor our undergraduaLe 8roLhers who
are presenL, you are our fuLure. As l look back across my
many years as a member of kappa Slgma, l have known
many greaL kappa Slgmas, and you Loday, sLand as Lhe
modern day founders of Lhls fraLernlLy. ?our presence,
your conLrlbuuon, your commlLmenL, are [usL as lmpor-
LanL as Lhe commlLmenL of Lhe lounders of Lhls fraLer-
nlLy and Lhe founders of your own chapLer.” 1he evenlng
concluded wlLh Lhe hearuelL slnglng of such favorlLes as
“kappa Slgma, Cueen of lrlendshlp” and “Þeople Clalm,”
and Lhe benedlcuon by uonald !. 8ren ‘49.
1he long [ourney from 8eLa Alpha uelLa Lo Lhe re-
nalssance of Camma-xl ChapLer ls sull, [usL a beglnnlng.
now remlnded and challenged, Lhe undergraduaLe Chap-
Ler wlll conunue Lo grow and excel and wlll conunue Lo
make her alumni proud! H
Alumni from many decades gathered Friday evening at Lamson Lodge for fellowship.
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ALUMNI UPDATES
To contribute to Alumni Updates for future issues, go to www.kappasigma.org/fraternity/publications.
Alpha-Mu (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
WlLh donauons from alumnl and parenLs, Lhe ßoors
ln Lhe ChapLer room were able Lo be refurnlshed over
ChrlsLmas 8reak.
Delta-Delta (University of Florida)
8totbets lo AueoJooce fot tbe weJJloq of ívoo cbtlsto[ ooJ
íllzobetb uotseu.
SLevan M. “Lvan” ChrlsLoñ (’06) marrled LllzabeLh uorseu
on november 17Lh, 2012 ln LecanLo llorlda aL 8lack
ulamond 8anch. ln auendance were 14 kappa Slgmas:
(Above, L-8) uesalx A. “Anders” Wlllls (’04), 8yan MlnLon
(’04), 8oberL n. “8obby” Lowe, lll (’03), Clyde A. uarvllle
!r. (’07), Mlchael l. Cocchlola ll (’08), Clay !. 8oberLson
(’03), 8oberL A. Pamer (’07), uerek S. Cox (’06), 8en[amln
M. lmfeld (’07), Lvan ChrlsLoñ (’06), kyle 8. Corrlck (’06)
and 8en[amln W. 8oyd (’06). 1hree oLher uelLa-uelLa
8roLhers LhaL were presenL buL noL plcLured were uerek
k. Souuere (’03), nlcholas Loeper (’04), SLeven M.
ChrlsLoñ (’78) and Parold C. nevels (’79).
Epsilon-Nu (The University of Southern Mississippi)
8roLher ChrlsLopher !.
LsLrade (‘99) and wlfe Cllvla
announce Lhe blrLh of Lhelr
second chlld, Andrew
Shepherd LsLrade, on
!anuary 4Lh 2013. Pe was
welcomed by hls blg broLher, !ackson ChrlsLopher. Chrls ls
employed wlLh Pancock 8ank ln CulfporL, Mlsslsslppl
where he serves as an 8eLall Area Manager for Lhe bank.
Lps||on-Lps||on (Un|vers|ty of 8r|nsh Co|umb|a)
8totbets 5ocbeeo 5. uesol (´00), Mlcboel A. 1bom (´02), Ceo[
uock (´01) eojoyloq fellowsblp oo koppo 5lqmo loooJet´s uoy.
Cn uecember 10, 2012, alumnl broLhers of Lhe Lpsllon-
Lpsllon ChapLer gaLhered ln downLown vancouver Lo
celebraLe kappa Slgma lounder’s uay and share some
sLorles of pasL chapLer llfe aL Lhe unlverslLy of 8rlush
Columbla. lL was a greaL opporLunlLy Lo re-connecL and
Lhere was represenLauon from several decades of kappa
Slgma’s. Speclal Lhanks go Lo 8roLhers Mlchael A. 1hom
(’02), Chrls Sharpe (’96), Alex Pyau (’01), and Ceoñ uuck
(’01) for Lhelr asslsLance ln semng up Lhe evenL.
Gamma-Þ| (Massachuseus Insntute of 1echno|ogy)
Cn Lhe weekend of SepLember 21, 2012, Ml1 hosLed lLs
annual lall Career lalr and Camma-Þl hosLed lLs annual
lounder’s uay Weekend. 1hls year, over LwenLy alumnl
reLurned Lo reunlLe wlLh Lhe ChapLer. Cn SaLurday, alum-
nl [olned Lhe currenL undergraduaLe 8roLhers for dlnner
and some remlnlsclng. 1hen on Sunday, several alumnl
came by ln Lhe mornlng for a neLworklng semlnar, glvlng
lessons Lhey had learned over Lhelr years Lo Lhe younger
members of Lhe ChapLer. llnally, Lhe weekend ended wlLh
an ouLdoor backyard barbecue.
Greater New ¥ork A|umn| Chapter
lf you are an alumnus ln Lhe new ?ork ClLy area Lhen
come meeL up wlLh your fellow broLhers ln Lhe CreaLer
new ?ork ClLy Alumnl ChapLer. neLwork wlLh oLher kappa
Slgma alumnl as well as work wlLh our rapldly expandlng
undergraduaLe chapLers ln Lhe area. 1he Alumnl ChapLer
has soclal nlghLs every second 1hursday of Lhe monLh.
lor more lnformauon check ouL Lhe lacebook page aL
www.m.com/kappaSlgman?C, connecL Lo Lhe Llnkedln
group or send an emall Lo n?CkappaSlgma[gmall.com.
Keep up with all things Kappa Sigma
via our Social Networking outlets.
See pages 32-33 of this issue for more details!
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kappa-Mu (1ennessee 1echno|og|ca| Un|vers|ty)
Make sure you know whaL ls golng on ln 2013!! Send
your currenL conLacL lnfo Lo uukappaslgma[gmall.com
so you can be kepL up Lo daLe on Alumnl evenLs and
Lhe accompllshmenLs of Lhe ChapLer.
1he Annual 11u kappa Slgma Alumnl Colf Lour-
namenL ls fasL approachlng. Mark your calendars for
SaLurday, !une 22. LasL year was one of Lhe besL years
ln evenL hlsLory, ralslng over $4000 for Lhe scholarshlp
fund. vlslL www.alumnl.uukappaslgma.com for more
lnformauon regardlng Lhe Colf 1ournamenL.
8ecause of a growlng Alumnl Assoclauon, eñorLs
are belng made Lo keep broLhers connecLed aûer
graduauon. lnsLead of Lwo broLherhood evenLs ln
Cookevllle, Lhere wlll be muluple gaLherlngs dlvlded by
Lhe sLaLe reglons Lo lmprove accesslblllLy. 1he reglonal
broLherhood developmenL coordlnaLors are: WLS1 1n:
uavld A. PorLon (’06) 423-612-0430, Mlu 1n: Law-
rence !. Paas ll (’06) 613-440-3043, LAS1 1n: Spencer
C. 1ldwell (’06) 337-313-2901. ConLacL your reglonal
coordlnaLor for Lhe nexL scheduled evenL and Lo make
any suggesuons.
Aûer an lncredlble decade of consLanL growLh
and expanslon, Lhe ChapLer Pouse (bullL ln 2000 aûer
Lhe orlglnal house burned) ls sLarung Lo show some
age. 1he Alumnl Assoclauon has seL a goal Lo have Lhe
house pald oñ by 2017 ln order Lo focus on necessary
upkeep, buL Lhls cannoL be achleved wlLhouL your help!
1he Alumnl Assoclauon would llke Lo Lhank all
Lhe broLhers LhaL have made a donauon or [olned Lhe
Lverlasung 8roLherhood Campalgn. 1hls ls a greaL way
Lo conunue supporung Lhe ChapLer. vlslL slLes.google.
com/slLe/uukappaslgma/glûs-donauons Lo pay your
dues, slgn up for Lverlasung 8roLherhood, or make a
one-ume donauon.
Annual Alumnl Assoclauon uues can also be senL
by check and malled Lo: 11u kappa Slgma Alumnl As-
soc., Þ. C. 8ox 32634, knoxvllle, 1n 37930. Make checks
payable Lo “11u kappa Slgma Alumnl Assoclauon.”
kappa-Nu nous|ng Corp. (Un|v. of South A|abama)
1he ChapLer, alumnl and Pouse Corporauon are cur-
renLly worklng wlLh Lhe unlverslLy of SouLh Alabama Lo
bulld a house on campus. 1he plan ls for a 2100 sq. û.
chapLer/lodge Lype house Lo be bullL nexL Lo an exlsung
dorm, whlch wlll be reserved for kappa Slgma broLhers.
1here are currenLly several fraLernlLy houses on cam-
pus, buL Lhls ls Lhe ñrsL of lLs klnd whlch ls much more
economlcal for members.
1he unlverslLy omclals along wlLh Lhe Pouse Cor-
porauon hope Lo have all deLalls worked ouL Lhls sprlng
and begln a drlve Lo ralse $100,000 Lo begln bulldlng.
All donauons wlll be Lax deducuble Lo Lhe unlverslLy of
SouLh Alabama. Any lnLeresLed broLhers ln Lhe Moblle
Gamma (LSU)
1he Camma ChapLer (LSu) celebraLed lLs 123Lh An-
nlversary CcLober 11-13, 2012, wlLh an awards dlnner
and Lhe LSu-SouLh Carollna fooLball game. 1he enure
Supreme Lxecuuve Commluee of kappa Slgma was ln
auendance for Lhe awards ceremony. 1he eñorLs of
8roLhers !ohn !. 8roussard (’77) and 8andy Curle (’93),
wlLh Lhe supporL of many oLhers, resulLed ln lnvlLauons
belng senL Lo over 800 alumnl. 1here were 18 members
of Lhe 1967 Þledge Class ln auendance (see phoLo), Lwo
of whlch were lnducLed lnLo Lhe Camma ChapLer Pall
of Ponor aL Lhe awards dlnner (!lm Parrlss, 1ed Marun),
and Lwo of whlch have made Lhe 1op 100 lasLesL Crow-
lng (LSu) 1lger 8uslnesses muluple years (uavld 8rad-
dock, !lmmy Cosslee).
Alomol 8totbets ot tbe Commo cboptet 125tb Aoolvetsoty.
llctoteJ ftom bock tow l to k. Iock l. ´lot´ Mobtoy, It. (´68),
ut klcbotJ l. wompolJ (´69), I. 1bomos 5omtoll (´69), C. Ml-
cboel uobsoo (´06), Mlcky loqb, IoJqe k. notmoo utew, It (´65)
(CtooJ Mostet, ´67), lottet 5. notqoo (´68), cotey l. ´8ocky´
MeteJltb, It. (´68), cbotles c. ´cc´ lockwooJ (´68), koymooJ I.
cbetomle (´68), Iomes C. ´Ilm´ nottlss lll (´69), klcbotJ A. comp-
bell It (´66) (kosb cboltmoo, ´67) ltoot kow l to k. 1bomos w.
8etty, lll (´68), 1eJ A. Motuo (´67), Iomes u. ´Ilmmy´ Cosslee
(´68), uoooy O. Iomes (´68), Mlcboel c. lolmlouet (´68), uovlJ
8. 8toJJock (´68)
Commo 8totbets qotbet ot tbe weJJloq of Iosb wlllloms ooJ
kossle 8etbotJ wlllloms. ltoot tow - Ioy 8etbotJ, k. uovlJ Mc-
coy (´72), k. notmoo utew (´65), kobett í. 8etbotJ (´75), cytll
I. ´Ioey´ looJty lll (´75), 5om c. lompo (´75), 8toJley I. kome
(´75), Iobo l. kobettsoo (´75) ooJ Iomes C. ´Ilm´ 8etbotJ (´71).
5ecooJ kow - ut 5ooJets l. neotoe (´69), ltook w. ´8llly´ not-
tlsoo lll (´7J), wllllom í. ´8llly´ kose (´74) ooJ 1bomos looJty
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area are urged Lo call Lhe Pouse Corporauon 1reasurer,
Cerald W. “Cerry” SLrang (‘72) for deLalls and glvlng
recognluon levels.
Lambda (Un|vers|ty of 1ennessee)
8roLher !ohn S. Cxford (’96) recenLly won Lhe lanLasy
looLball 2012 Challenge over hls fellow Lambda ChapLer
Alumnl 8roLhers. 1hls challenge has grown year-over-
year Lo become an exclung way for alumnl broLhers Lo
sLay ln Louch. ln Lhe playoñs, 8roLher Cxford domlnaLed
8roLher 8rlan 8rlan W. “Pead” Church (’96), 8roLher !.
Alexander Conner (’96) and 8roLher Mauhew C. Poover
(’96) Lo clalm Lhe uLle for Lhe second ume ln Lhree years.
1he 8roLhers look forward Lo Lhls frlendly reunlon chal-
lenge every year.
Lambda-Gamma (Iacksonv|||e State Un|vers|ty)
(l-k). noose cotpotouoo o[cet n. 5tepbeo comp (´8J), noose
cotpotouoo O[cet uoo n. letty (´71), wottby CtooJ ltocototot
noqb M. kobett, lombJo-Commo CtooJ Mostet Iocob 5. comp
(´10), A Cteotet coose uepoty commlsslooet 8teu O. 5ocbo (´08),
I5u loooJouoo lteslJeot cbotles lewls ooJ I5u loooJouoo
membet leAoo ctowe.
1he Lambda-Camma Memorlal Scholarshlp Campalgn ls
now under way. 1he campalgn klcked oñ on SepLember
23, 2012 and Lhe alumnl broLhers have sLepped Lo Lhe
plaLe and sLarLed glvlng back. 1he campalgn ralsed
$3073.00 ln Lhe ñrsL monLh. 1he ChapLer had omclals
from Lhe !Su foundauon presenL aL Lhe Pomecomlng
1allgaLe for a check presenLauon. ÞhoLo Laken by
Mauhew 8eynolds, !Su ÞhoLographlc Servlces.
Lambda-Lambda (L|on Un|vers|ty)
1he Lambda-Lambda ChapLer ls proud Lo honor our
broLher and 2013 kappa Slgma Man of Lhe ?ear, 8roLher
and Admlral Wllllam L. CorLney uSn (’74), on SaLurday
evenlng, november 9, 2013 aL Llon unlverslLy/8urllng-
Lon, nC. 1he ChapLer wlll be celebraung 8roLher CorL-
ney’s achlevemenL wlLh Lhe Man of Lhe ?ear ulnner ln
con[uncuon wlLh Lhe ChapLer’s 40Lh annlversary. Þlease
mark Lhls daLe on your calendar as Lhls lnvlLauon ls ex-
Lended Lo any members ln good sLandlng LhaL would llke
Lo auend and recognlze 8roLher CorLney’s accompllsh-
menLs. Þlease waLch for addluonal lnformauon or vlslL
Lhe followlng webpage: www.kappaslgmaelon.org.
Lambda-1au (8ay|or Un|vers|ty)
(l-k). AoJtew u. ´AoJy´ keJos (´12), wllllom l. nottloqtoo, lll
(´12), wllllom í. 8ooet (´11), coJy c. Novok (´10), Iomes l. klmet
(´10), cbotles 8. ´1tey´ noqlos, lll (´96), ítlc u. uovls (´97), 5cou I.
1ettell (´12), Ioootboo 5. 1oylot (´11).
1he men of Lambda-1au served Lhe 6Lh annual kyle Lake
loundauon Colf 1ournamenL LhaL helped ralse $23,000
supporung Lhe kyle Lake loundauon mlsslon and Lo
ulumaLely beneñL 8aylor endowed scholarshlps for Lhe
ueparLmenL of Communlcauon and 1rueu Semlnary. 1he
sprlng kyle Lake loundauon Memorlal Colf 1ournamenL
wlll be ln 1yler, 1x on May 6Lh aL 1he Cascades Colf Club,
for more lnformauon vlslL: www.kylelake.org.
8ecenLly, Lambda-1au alumnl celebraLed Lhe largesL
colleglaLe Pomecomlng parade ln Amerlca and proudly
waLched Lhe kappa Slgma award wlnnlng ßoaL durlng
Lhe alumnl breakfasL hosLed by undergraduaLe members.
8e sure Lo auend a 8aylor 8askeLball game Lhls season.
Also, please updaLe your conLacL lnformauon by sendlng
an emall Lo kappaSlgmaAlumnl[8aylor.edu and [olnlng
Lhe 8aylor kappa Slgma - Lambda-1au Alum page.
Long Is|and A|umn| Chapter
1he recenLly formed Long lsland Alumnl ChapLer ls
ecsLauc Lo brlng broLhers LogeLher ln Lhls area. Slnce
belng charLered ln !une 2012, Lhey have meL monLhly aL
local dlnlng areas. 1he ChapLer ls currenLly formed from
broLhers from Cmlcron-Lpsllon (Adelphl unlverslLy),
nu-LLa (PofsLra unlverslLy), 8ho-8eLa (SL. !ohn’s unlver-
slLy) and several oLhers. 1he Lxecuuve Commluee and
members are worklng on creaung evenLs for broLhers Lo
auend such as a plcnlc Lo klck oñ Lhe summer and a clgar
nlghL. lf you are a broLher llvlng ln Lhe area or would llke
Lo help bulld Lhls new alumnl ChapLer conLacL Lhe Crand
MasLer, 8roLher Charalambos M. “Parry” Lolzldes (Cml-
cron-Lpsllon, Adelphl, ’09) aL kappaslgmaLl[gmall.com.
8e sure Lo also llke us on lacebook, follow us on 1wluer,
llnk up on Llnkedln and emall us Lo [oln Lhe malllng llsL.
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Nu-Upsilon (Winthrop University)
8ucky C. “8uck” Cooke (‘93) was promoLed Lo Lhe Lxecu-
uve ulrecLor posluon wlLh Lhe ALlanLa Þrlde CommlL-
Lee, lnc., ln uecember 2012. AÞC produces a number of
evenLs, lncludlng Lhe annual ALlanLa Þrlde fesuval, Lhe
largesL lesblan, gay, blsexual, and queer Þrlde evenL ln
Lhe souLheasLern unlLed SLaLes and Lhe largesL nauonal
Comlng CuL uay celebrauon ln Lhe counLry. Cooke began
as a volunLeer wlLh AÞC ln 2007 and [olned Lhe sLañ as
Managlng ulrecLor ln lebruary 2012. Pe conunues hls
volunLeer work wlLh Lhe 8en Cohen SLandup loundauon
and ls Lhe Alumnus Advlsor of Lhe Alpha-1au ChapLer aL
Lhe Ceorgla lnsuLuLe of 1echnology.
Rho (Arizona State University)
kappa Slgma 8ho Alumnl
poslng for 2012 Champlons
of Scousdale llag looLball
League: Carlos AmalñLano,
Luke kory, !ohn 8. Carroll
(’04), !acob A. “!ake” kory
(’97), Charles 8. “Charlle”
Ldwards, !r. (’94), 8randon S. 8eagle (’98)
1heta-Ups||on A|umn| (M|am| Un|vers|ty)
keoovouoos coouooe
oo tbe cboptet boose
locloJloq stololoq of
beJtoom Joot ftomes
ooJ Joots.
1he alumnl of 1heLa-upsllon are
plannlng a ChapLer open house
durlng Mlaml unlverslLy’s Alumnl
Weekend, !une 20-23, 2013.
More deLalls wlll be avallable on
Lhe 1heLa-upsllon alumnl soclal
slLes, www.llnkedln.com/groups/
kappa-Slgma-Alumnl-1heLa-upsl-
lon-4047214 and www.facebook.
com/groups/
137431139681912 whlch Lhe
8roLhers encourage all 1heLa-
upsllon alumnl Lo [oln Lo connecL
wlLh oLher alumnl and Lo sLay lnformed. Search “kappa
Slgma Alumnl - 1heLa upsllon ChapLer.”
uurlng wlnLer break 2012, renovauon conunued
on Lhe ChapLer house. 8edroom door frames and doors
were sLalned and Lhe kappa Slgma cresL was sLenclled on
Lo each one. 1welve of Lhe rooms also conLaln Lhe names
of Lhe 12 gaLes of 8ologna. Also durlng Lhe summer of
2012, Lhe bedrooms were palnLed ln color comblnauons
LhaL represenL Lhe colors of 8ologna.
Xi-Beta (Northeastern University)
8totbet Coty A. Motloelll (´04) teceotly took o ttlp to Moqeo´s
8oy lo 5t. 1bomos. Aíku8!
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have access Lo mykappaSlg, powered by Cmegall.
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CHAPTER NEWS & EVENTS
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Champion Quest
Success Story
A Greater Cause
Success Story
Brothers In Action
Success Story
40 The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma • Spring 2013
Alpha (Emory University)
Alpha has experienced great success in Emory’s
llC sprlng rush 2013. Aûer much hard work, Lhe ChapLer
was able Lo pledge 26 fanLasuc men. Much of Lhls ls Lhanks
Lo Lhe leadershlp and eñorLs of 8ush Chalrman, Parrlson
C. Coldberg (‘10). Cn MLk uay, Alpha broLhers volunLeered
ln Lmory’s LullwaLer Þreserve and planLed Lrees around
ALlanLa. 1he hollday season saw a successful lounders’ uay
8all held aL Lhe ChapLer Pouse. Alpha ls looklng forward
Lo Lhe remalnlng evenLs planned for Lhe sprlng semesLer
lncludlng Þupples on Lhe Þorch phllanLhropy, sprlng formal,
and the Chapter’s annual Founders’ Banquet.
Alpha-Eta (The George Washington University)
Alpha-LLa ls proud Lo reporL LhaL lL ls now
nlneLy-one members sLrong, followlng one of Lhe ChapLer’s
mosL successful fall rushes ln Lhe pasL decade. ln facL, Lhe
ChapLer has been exceedlng expecLauons ln nearly every
aspecL of ChapLer operauons - from aLhleucs Lo publlc rela-
uons Lo phllanLhropy - and for Lhe ñrsL ume ln many years,
When a ñre consumed Lyon College’s Ldwards Commons
ln 2010, Lhe campus losL more Lhan a bulldlng. lL losL lLs very
hearL, Lhe place where sLudenLs gaLhered Lo eaL, dance,
sLudy, relax, and soclallze. Cone were Lhe dlnlng hall where
sLudenLs aLe, Lhe Lower unlon where sLudenLs gaLhered Lo
unwlnd, and Lhe game room where sLudenLs challenged each
oLher ln games of pool and foosball.
AbouL a year aûer Lhe ñre, Lhe college began consLruc-
uon on a new dlnlng hall and sLudenL cenLer, Lhe bulldlng
rose qulckly as funds poured ln from alumnl and foundauons.
Powever, Lhe school sull needed Lhousands of dollars Lo
furnlsh Lhe bulldlng.
upon learnlng of Lhe need, ur. 1errell 1ebbeus (’74), a
8roLher and Lhe longume faculLy advlsor Lo Lhe Lambda-loLa
ChapLer of kappa Slgma aL Lyon College, lssued a challenge:
for every Lwo dollars recelved from Lambda-loLa Alumnl,
1ebbeus would maLch donauons up Lo $10,000, and lf Lhe
ChapLer could ralse $30,000, Lhe school would place a plaque
ln Lhe game room of Lhe new sLudenL cenLer commemoraL-
lng Lhe chapLer’s glû and lLs upcomlng 40Lh annlversary.
1ebbeus had found a way Lo celebraLe Lhe Lambda-loLa
annlversary, honor Lhe ChapLer’s longsLandlng commlLmenL
Lo servlce, and help furnlsh Lhe new cenLer - all aL Lhe same
ume. 1he campalgn Lo “Clalm Lhe Came 8oom for kappa
Slgma” was underway.
Cver Lhe nexL few monLhs, over a hundred alumnl
donaLed more Lhan $32,000 Lo Lhe campalgn. 8uL 1ebbeus
dld noL sLop Lhere. Pe Lhen challenged Lhe undergraduaLe
8roLhers of Lhe ChapLer Lo do Lhelr parL. And Lhey dld.
Students at Lyon College enjoy the campus’ new game room, fur-
olsbeJ by tbe lombJo-loto cboptet of koppo 5lqmo lo tecoqoluoo of
its 40th anniversary. (Photo credit: www.lyon.edu)

1ebbeus could hardly walL Lo share Lhe news wlLh Lhe
ChapLer. “1he acuve 8roLhers have come Lhrough ln spades,”
he wroLe, “and Lambda-loLa has a ‘uouble-Pundred vlcLory’
aL Lhe end of our Campalgn Lo Clalm Lhe Came 8oom for
kappa Slgma. 1haL ls, over 100 of Lhe alumnl 8roLhers and
100 percenL of Lhe acuve 8roLhers have conLrlbuLed/pledged.
WhaL an awesome 8roLherhood!”
1he college placed a plaque ln Lhe new game room -
whlch lncludes ñve ßaL screen 1vs, Lwo pool Lables, Lwo Þlng-
Þong Lables, and more - recognlzlng Lhe ChapLer’s eñorLs
and commemoraung lL on lLs 40 years of broLherhood aL
Lyon College. 1he Lambda-loLa ChapLer celebraLed lLs omclal
40Lh annlversary ln Aprll.
Lambda-Iota Ce|ebrates 40th Ann|versary w|th 530k Donanon to Co||ege
8y: !on-Mlchael Þoñ (Lambda-loLa, Lyon College, ‘10)
Alpha-LLa wlll ñnally have a place Lo call home! 1he Ceorge
WashlngLon unlverslLy has awarded Lhe ChapLer a 28-per-
son on-campus Lownhouse as a LesLamenL Lo Lhe sLrengLh
and dedlcauon exhlblLed by Lhelr currenL and alumnl
8roLhers, and lL demonsLraLes falLh ln Lhelr conunued
growLh and success.
AnoLher hlghllghL of Lhe semesLer was Lhe ChapLer’s
Shave-Away Cancer evenL. Cn CcLober 3, 2002, 8roLher
!usun 8. Pyde (’11) losL hls moLher Lo nasopharyngeal
carclnoma, a rare form of nasal cancer. 1o mark Lhe Len-
year annlversary of her passlng, Lhe 8roLhers of Alpha-
LLa came LogeLher and pledged Lo collecL donauons and
shave Lhelr heads ln solldarlLy wlLh Lhose who lose Lhelr
halr as a resulL of chemoLherapy. 1he evenL qulckly Look
campus by sLorm, conLrlbuuons and supporL far exceeded
expecLauons, and Lhe ChapLer ralsed over $11,000 for Lhe
Amerlcan Cancer SocleLy.
Scholarshlp has also been one of Lhe mosL lmporLanL
ldeals of Lhelr Crder, and Lhe Alpha-LLa ChapLer has worked
hard Lo ensure Lhe academlc success of lLs members. Alpha-
LLa ls proud Lo announce LhaL 22 8roLhers earned a CÞA
of 3.3 and over, and one 8roLher earned a 4.0 ln Lhe fall
2012 semesLer. Alpha-LLa has begun Lo work closely wlLh
ur. 8oberL 8. 8eLz (’71), an ad[uncL professor aL CW and a
kappa Slgma from Lpsllon-Þsl (LambuLh unlverslLy) ChapLer.
ur. 8eLz wlll serve as Lhelr Academlc Advlser Lo promoLe
academic integrity and excellence.
llnally, Lhe ChapLer has been dlllgenLly worklng on
revamplng Lhelr publlc presence boLh onllne and ln Lhe com-
munlLy. 8y uullzlng new forms of communlcauon, Alpha-LLa
hopes Lo connecL wlLh alumnl and 8roLhers from around Lhe
counLry Lo promoLe broLherhood for llfe. 1he newly-formed
Þubllc 8elauons Commluee has been Lasked wlLh publlshlng
a monLhly newsleuer for alumnl, parenLs, and Lhe cam-
pus communlLy, pasL lssues are avallable on Lhe ChapLer’s
webslLe, www.CWkappaSlgma.org. 1he Communlcauons
Commluee conunues Lo updaLe soclal medla accounLs dally,
so be sure Lo ñnd Alpha-LLa on lacebook (www.facebook.
com/CWkappaSlgma) and 1wluer ([CWkappaSlgma).
Alpha-Mu (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
AL unC Chapel Plll, Lhere are many opporLunlues Lo
geL lnvolved ln acuvlues beneñm ng Lhe communlLy and
Alpha-Mu 8roLhers ÞaLrlck WhlLe (’11), Alex SLelner (‘11),
and Cameron SLarnes (‘11) have done [usL LhaL. All Lhree are
on Lhe corporaLe markeung commluee for uance Mara-
Lhon, Lhe largesL sLudenL organlzauon on campus. 1hey are
parL of Lhe board LhaL sollclLs donauons from companles ln
Chapel Plll, as well as larger sponsors, such as Þepsl and 8ed
8ull. uance MaraLhon ralses money Lhrough sponsors and
donauons wlLh all proñLs golng dlrecLly Lo norLh Carollna
Chlldren’s PosplLal.
As always, an appreclauon for Lhe order and Lhe rlLual
has been a prlorlLy for kappa Slgma’s and Lhe Alpha-Mu Chap-
Ler has exempllñed LhaL Lhrough rlLual proñclency. LasL year,
Lhe new LC led nearly Lhe enure ChapLer Lo rlLual proñclency.
A|pha-Nu (Woñord Co||ege)
8totbets kobett u. 5ubolt (´09) ooJ AoJtew I. nooseo (´10) of Alpbo-
No ote plctoteJ ofet teocbloq tbe bose comp of Mooot cotopoxl,
ooe of tbe lotqest, most ocuve volcoooes lo tbe wotlJ--lo ceottol
ícooJot. 1bls pboto wos tokeo ot 17,000 feet.
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Alpbo-íto belJ tbelt 5bove-Awoy cbotlty eveot ooJ tolseJ ovet
511,000 fot tbe Ametlcoo coocet 5oclety
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Alpha-Sigma (Ohio State University)
8totbets Mlcboel A. MclellooJ (´12), IotJoo 5. kossell (´12), ooJ
8teoJoo l. uo[o (´12) plctoteJ ot tbe colombos Mototboo. Ovet 40
Brothers volunteered for the event.
1he Alpha-Slgma ChapLer had one of Lhelr mosL
successful sLarLs ln recenL memory. 1hls sprlng semesLer, Lhe
ChapLer successfully pledged ln one of Lhe blggesL pledge
classes, whlch conslsLed of 30 men, ln Alpha-Slgma hlsLory.
Alpha-Slgma also compleLely revamped Lhe way chapLer
SweaLhearL’s are chosen aL Chlo SLaLe. 8aLher Lhan slmply
plcklng a woman Lo wln, Alpha-Slgma allowed women Lo
apply and show Lhem why she deserves Lo be Lhelr SweaLh-
earL. 1he young lady was awarded wlLh a candle llghL dlnner,
llmo rlde Lo class, and oLher greaL rewards. Word of Lhls
qulckly swepL Lhrough Chlo SLaLe, and women began
demandlng oLher fraLernlues acL wlLh such class when
chooslng Lhelr own SweaLhearL.
uurlng uecember, Lhe ChapLer organlzed an evenL Lo
brlng several chlldren from Lhe Pannah nell Chlldren’s Shel-
ter to the Chapter house in order to spread the Christmas
splrlL Lo Lhe chlldren. 1he shelLer senL 8 chlldren and 2 mem-
bers from Lhe organlzauon Lo Lhe house where Lhey were
provlded wlLh varlous glûs from Lhe ChapLer. 1he organlza-
uon focuses on helplng Lroubled youLh and Lhelr famllles,
whlle lnsulllng Lhe values of honesLy, compasslon, respecL,
responslblllLy and falrness ln order Lo provlde Lhe chlldren
wlLh brlghLer fuLures.
1he broLherhood aL Alpha-Slgma ls sLronger Lhan ever,
provlng Lhls ln CcLober when 40+ broLhers volunLeered Lo
work aL Lhe Columbus MaraLhon, sponsored by nauonwlde
Chlldren’s PosplLal. noL only dld Lhe broLhers volunLeer Lhelr
servlces, Lhey also cheered on a 8roLher McLelland (’12)
compeLed ln Lhe full maraLhon, wlLh hopes Lo quallfy for Lhe
8osLon MaraLhon. “l wore Lhe leuers of kappa Slgma durlng
Lhe run,” sald McLelland (’12). “l dld Lhls Lo represenL our
fraLernlLy and show LhaL we are supporuve of Lhe Chlldren’s
PosplLal. Lveryone who waLched saw how much our broLh-
ers and lraLernlLy Lruly care abouL our communlLy, and l
hope l lnsplred oLher members Lo paruclpaLe ln Lhe fuLure.”
A|pha-1au (Georg|a Insntute of 1echno|ogy)
copuoo. 1be Alpbo-1oo 8totbets eojoy fellowsblp oo tbe slopes.
WlLh consLrucuon sLarung on Lhe new house for Lhls
comlng fall, Alpha-1au has been gemng used Lo noL havlng
a house for Lhe ñrsL ume slnce Lhe 1930’s. 1o make up for lL,
Lhe ChapLer has been busy wlLh broLherhood evenLs Lo keep
close. Alpha-1au had a greaL ume aL lLs annual skl Lrlp ln
Snowshoe, WesL vlrglnla, where 8roLhers spenL Lhe week-
end non-stop on the slopes. This semester yields many phi-
lanLhropy evenLs Loo, where Alpha-1au wlll be paruclpaung
ln several communlLy pro[ecLs around ALlanLa Lo glve back Lo
a clLy LhaL has so much Lo oñer. Sprlng rush ylelded ñve new
pledges for Alpha-1au. 1he ChapLer also had over half Lhe
8roLhers make Lhe uean’s LlsL Lhls semesLer aL Ceorgla 1ech.
Beta-Eta (Auburn University)
1he 8eLa-LLa ChapLer ls ñnally maklng Lhelr ñnal move back
lnLo Lhelr hlsLorlc Pemlock house. Aûer numerous delays,
Lhe 8roLhers have persevered and are exclLed Lo conunue
Lhelr greaL hlsLory as a ChapLer. 1hough renovauons Lo Lhe
house wlll be ongolng, parucularly on Lhe Lhlrd ßoor, Lhe boL-
Lom Lwo ßoors wlll funcuon as a lodge/house. Cne 8roLher
wlll occupy Lhe house Lo serve as a house manager. 1he
ChapLer plans Lo use Lhelr reLurn Lo Pemlock as a rush Lool
Lo conunue expandlng Lhe chapLer back Lo lLs former glory.
1he 8roLhers hope LhaL Lhe alumnl are dolng well and alumnl
8roLhers are always welcome Lo sLop by Lhe Pemlock house.
1hls pasL fall semesLer 8eLa-LLa had anoLher good rush.
1he ChapLer pledged nlne wlLh Lhree legacles. 1hls paves Lhe
way for anoLher good pledge educauon program, wlLh ma[or
emphasls on Lhe educauon parL.
1he new ?ear’s 8esoluuon for Lhe broLhers of 8eLa-LLa
was Lo make 2013 one of Lhe mosL memorable and lnßuen-
ual years ln Lhe ChapLer’s hlsLory. 1hls all sLarLed by llsLenlng
Lo powerful speeches abouL Lhe lmporLance of recrulLmenL
by Lhe WorLhy Crand Scrlbe Cregory S. PunL (8eLa-upsllon,
norLh Carollna SLaLe unlverslLy, ‘79) and Area 8ecrulLmenL
Manager uavld v. Þezzella (kappa-Cmega, unlverslLy of
norLh Carollna aL Charloue, ’08). 1he 8roLhers are mouvaLed
abouL Lhe prospecL of new men [olnlng Lhe ChapLer as well
as Lhe beneñLs LhaL warm weaLher brlngs.
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8eta-Mu (Un|vers|ty of M|nnesota-1w|n C|nes)
1he 8eLa-Mu ChapLer conunues Lo lmprove
LhroughouL Lhe year. Aûer lnluaung 18 new members Lhls
pasL fall Lhe ChapLer Lurned Lo lLs wlnLer class. 8eLa-Mu
conunues Lo demonsLraLe lLs lnvolvemenL and dedlcauon
Lo communlLy servlce. 1he chapLer ls palrlng up wlLh Lhe
ladles of Alpha-Camma-uelLa and Lhe 8e Lhe MaLch Club
on campus Lo reglsLer sLudenLs and faculLy Lo become bone
marrow donors.
1he A CreaLer Cause chalr ls conunulng Lo plan wldely
auended PablLaL for PumanlLy bullds near campus. Cnce
agaln men from Lhe uelLa-Mu (unlverslLy of norLh uakoLa)
ChapLer vlslLed 8eLa-Mu durlng Lhe annual unu vs. unlversl-
Ly of MlnnesoLa hockey serles. 8eLa-Mu provlded lodglng for
Lhe men and hosLed uelLa-Mu Alumnl from Lhe 1970’s who
were graLeful of Lhe opporLunlLy Lo spend an evenlng wlLh
acuve members from a chapLer oLher Lhan Lhe one ln whlch
Lhey graduaLed from.

8eta-Cm|cron (Un|vers|ty of Denver)
1hls quarLer, 8eLa-Cmlcron has been hard aL work wlLh Lhelr
new pledge program. Modeled aûer Lhe 1heLa-ZeLa pro-
gram, Lhe broLhers have worked on maklng pledgeshlp more
dlrecLed Lowards membershlp developmenL. 1he ChapLer
pledged 32 guys ln Lhe fall.
Aslde from pledgeshlp, Lhe broLhers of 8eLa-Cmlcron
recenLly palred up wlLh Lhe Alpha-Þhl sororlLy durlng our
homecomlng parade and won Lhe coveLed prlze for besL
ßoaL. uurlng Lhelr formal weekend, whlch was durlng kappa
Slgma’s uay of Servlce, LhlrLy broLhers volunLeered aL a sLaLe
park on Lrall cleanup. 1hey also [usL hosLed parenLs and
grandparenLs for homecomlng weekend wlLh a barbeque
and a presenLauon from our LC on Lhe values of kappa
Slgma and 8eLa-Cmlcron.
1he broLhers have also lncreased Lhe alumnl presence
around Lhe house, hosung a group of Len alumnl lasL week-
end for homecomlng and havlng a pasL 8eLa-Cmlcron alum
speak aL every pledge meeung. 1he broLhers are exclLed Lo
lnluaLe a new class soon and are looklng forward Lo a greaL
wlnLer quarLer aL uu.
Beta-Psi (University of Washington)
Lveryone has devoLed exLra eñorL ralslng money
for Lhe annual Apple Cup 8un whlch beneñLs norLhwesL
ParvesL. uesplLe currenL umes, Lhe ChapLer has managed
Lo gaLher a slzeable sum from generous Pusky fans, and ls
worklng on maklng Lhls year more successful Lhan recenL
years. !usL recenLly Lhe chapLer has managed Lo ralse
abouL $1,300 dollars LhaL can go Lo a greaL lengLh when
helping the poor.
Cn CcLober 20, 2012 8eLa-Þsl paruclpaLed ln Lhe ln-
naugural kappa Slgma lraLernlLy uay of Servlce, whlch was
organlzed by A CreaLer Cause Chalr Þrescou Þemeue (’11).
Auendance was greaL and Lhe ChapLer dld communlLy
servlce from 10:00 AM Lo 4:00 ÞM. lor slx hours, members
of 8eLa-Þsl worked aL a local park ln lssaquah, WashlngLon,
spreadlng mulch, plcklng up Lrash and palnung slgns for Lhe
clLy of lssaquah.
Beta-Tau (Baker University)
uurlng Lhe Lwo-day Maple Leaf ln CcLober, Lhe 8roLh-
ers of 8eLa-1au sold food, lncludlng over 2,000 Lurkey legs.
ÞarL of Lhe proñLs from sales wenL Lo supporL Lhe 8aldwln
lood ÞanLry. ln addluon, Lhe 8roLhers wenL Lrlck-or-Lreaung
for canned goods brlnglng ln over 400 lLems. MosL recenLly,
Lhe member’s parenLs also helped Lhe eñorL by collecung
food lLems durlng Lhe annual ÞarenL’s Club Pollday evenL.
AbouL 200 pounds were collecLed aL Lhe evenL.
Beta-Theta (Indiana University)
8roLher !on
Mlcah Coeller (’10)
was feaLured as Lhe
lndlana unlverslLy no-
vember Scholar SpoL-
light on the school’s
Cmce of Scholarshlps
webslLe. 8roLher Coeller ls a [unlor from Carmel, ln ma[orlng
ln LnvlronmenLal ManagemenL and Þubllc Þollcy. Pe ls a re-
clplenL of Lhe lu Þresuge Scholarshlp and ls Lhe CapLaln and
vlce ÞresldenL of Lhe lndlana unlverslLy Club Pockey 1eam,
on Lhe Lxecuuve Councll of kappa Slgma lraLernlLy, and a
member of Lhe Scholarshlp Advlsory Commluee.
8eta-Lps||on (Un|vers|ty of W|scons|n-Mad|son)
1he 8roLhers of Lhe 8eLa-Lpsllon ChapLer en[oyed
anoLher successful recrulLmenL perlod for Lhe fall, pledglng
34 new members. CurrenLly, 8eLa-Lpsllon slLs as Lhe largesL
house on campus.
Worklng Lowards A CreaLer Cause, 8eLa-Lpsllon success-
fully capLalned a Leam for Lhe !u8l Walk Lo Cure ulabeLes
ln laLe SepLember, ralslng [usL over $3,300. Cn Lhe kappa
Slgma uay of Servlce, Lhe genLlemen worked Lo ralse aware-
ness, supporL, and donauons Lo Lhelr phllanLhroplc cause,
“Movember”. 8acked by generous sponsors, 8eLa-Lpsllon
embarks on a monLh long [ourney Lo ralse men’s healLh care
awareness, and help Lhe ñghL agalnsL prosLaLe cancer world-
wlde one musLache aL a ume.
lor Pomecomlng, 8eLa-Lpsllon was palred wlLh Lhelr
nelghbors, Lhe ladles of Þl 8eLa Þhl. 1he 8roLhers en[oyed
meeung and celebraung Lhelr rlch hlsLory wlLh several
alumnl, buL hope Lo grow Lhelr LurnouL for Pomecomlng
2013. All alumnl of 8eLa-Lpsllon are welcome Lo come and
en[oy Lhe celebrauons wlLh Lhe 8roLhers nexL year!
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Chi-Omega (University of South Carolina)
1hls fall Lhe Creek sysLem aL Lhe unlverslLy of
SouLh Carollna experlenced Lhe largesL male rush ln school
hlsLory. 1haL led Lo Lhe recrulLmenL and lnluauon of 33 pledg-
es. 1he blggesL fall pledge class ln Chl-Cmega’s hlsLory! 1hls
lncluded 7 legacy 8roLhers who were lnluaLed ln november.
Chl-Cmega noL only succeeded ln recrulLmenL Lhls semesLer
buL ln phllanLhropy fronL as well. 1he ChapLer also hosLed a
golf LournamenL and chlcken ple drop Lo beneñL Lhe 8ay 1an-
ner loundauon, a charlLy for dlsadvanLaged youLhs. 1hese
evenLs ralsed over $10,000 for Lhe foundauon.
Crand MasLer, !ames A. 1urner (’10), recelved Lhe CuL-
sLandlng Creek Member award from Lhe unlverslLy of SouLh
Carollna Cmce of Creek Llfe for hls ouLsLandlng servlce Lo
boLh hls fraLernlLy and Lhe greaLer Creek communlLy durlng
Lhe durauon of hls Lerm. 1he ChapLer ls already oñ Lo a sLel-
lar semesLer, pledglng ln 13 new broLhers on lebruary 30Lh.
Delta-Chi (Mississippi State University)
uelto-cbl collects coooeJ qooJs fot 1be Mlllloo Meols cbolleoqe.
1he men of Lhe uelLa-Chl have conunued Lo
prosper LhroughouL Lhe summer and lnLo Lhe fall semesLer.
Aûer compleung Lhe summer wlLh an excepuonal rush,
uelLa-Chl welcomed forLy-nlne new members lnLo Lhe
pledge program for Lhe fall semesLer. 1hls ouLsLandlng rush
has now pushed Lhe ChapLer lnLo Lhe spoL of largesL
fraLernlLy on campus!
1here has also been a push for lmprovemenL ln rlLual
proñclency, whlch Lhe ChapLer has already lncreased and
wlll conunue Lo make sLrldes aL. 1he uelLa-Chl ChapLer par-
uclpaLed ln MSu’s homecomlng week and ralsed Lhe largesL
amounL of canned food for 1he Mllllon Meals Challenge ouL
of all campus fraLernlues.
Delta-Lambda (Montana State University)
1he 8roLhers of uelLa-
Lambda celebraLed a suc-
cessful rush week. 1he car
smash, ln parucular, was an
astounding success and led
Lo several new men express-
ing interest in the Fraternity.
uelLa-Lambda welcomes any
Alumnl vlslung or resldlng
ln Lhe Callaun valley Lo sLop
on by Lhe house and furLher
hope Lhey wlll conLacL
Lhe ChapLer vla emall aL
skonlor[msn.com.
De|ta-Cm|cron (Un|vers|ty of Montana)
8totbets potuclpote lo tbe uoy of 5etvlce by volooteetloq ot tbe
Watsons Children Shelter.
1hls fall, Lhe ñrsL annual uay of Servlce wenL
wonderfully, four new ouLsLandlng broLhers were lnluaLed
and Lhe chapLer greaLly lncreased lLs rlLual proñclency. 9
ceruñcaLes of rlLual proñclency have been aualned Lhls pasL
semesLer. Lvery 8roLher ls on Lrack Lo galnlng aL leasL one
level of proñclency. Cne of Lhe ChapLer’s greaLesL accom-
pllshmenLs Lhls semesLer was Lhe uay of Servlce.
uelLa-Cmlcron volunLeered aL Lhe WaLsons Chlldren
ShelLer helplng carve pumpklns for klds, whlch for many
was Lhelr ñrsL ume. 1he evenL was so successful Lhe shelLer
asked lf Lhe ChapLer would be lnLeresLed ln volunLeerlng
agaln. uelLa-Cmlcron ls now calllng Lhe evenL kappa klds
and hopes Lo hold a communlLy servlce evenL for mosL of
Lhe ma[or holldays. 1he ChapLer was also able Lo parLner
wlLh 1he Chlldren’s Museum for Lhe ñrsL ever Palloween
bash for klds and parenLs. lL was a huge success and 1he
Chlldren’s Museum really appreclaLed Lhe exLra help.
Delta-Sigma (University of Utah)
1hls fall was one of Lhe mosL successful semesLers
for uelLa-Slgma slnce re-charLerlng ln 2009. 1he ChapLer
klcked oñ rush wlLh a servlce pro[ecL LhaL beneñLed a waLer
Delta-Lambda recently held their
car smash event on campus.
Keep up with all things Kappa Sigma
via our Social Networking outlets.
See page 32-33 of this issue for more details!
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conservauon garden, wlLh many broLhers, alumnl, and
poLenual new members presenL. 8ecrulLmenL ylelded 13
quallLy pledges. Cn CcLober 20Lh, for Lhe kappa Slgma uay
of Servlce, Lhe 8roLhers lndulged ln cleanlng up Lhelr AdopL-
A-Plghway locauon.
1he alumnl have been paruclpaLory ln Lhe ChapLer, for
Lhe Pomecomlng fooLball game, an alumnl golf evenL was
held, wlLh raMe prlzes presenL, much bondlng and acqualn-
Lanceshlp was had. 1he 8roLhers once agaln paruclpaLed ln
Lhe nAMl walk, ralslng over $3,693 for phllanLhropy.
Delta-Xi (University of Mississippi)
1he uelLa-xl
Chapter sponsored A
CreaLer Cause evenL
on campus called the
1ransylvanla 8owl.
The Brothers lead
the campus amongst
Creek organlzauons ln
Lhe number of plnLs
of blood donaLed.
1he 1ransylvanla 8owl
ls an annual blood
donaung compeuuon
beLween Lhe unlver-
slLy of Mlsslsslppl and
Mlsslsslppl SLaLe unlverslLy. 8roLher Cabrlel !. La8onla (’11)
was elecLed ÞresldenL of Lhe lnLerfraLernlLy Councll and
8roLher Wllllam 8. Abbey (’12) was elecLed vlce ÞresldenL
of ÞhllanLhropy. 1hls glves kappa Slgma Lwo seaLs on Lhe
Cle Mlss llC Lxecuuve Commluee.
Epsilon (Centenary College of Louisiana)
1be ípslloo cboptet teceotly potuclpoteJ lo A Cteotet coose eveot
oo Motuo lotbet kloq uoy.
Lpsllon ChapLer ls ln Lhe process of lmplemenung greaL
changes. Whlle under LrusLeeshlp Lhe ChapLer has been
worklng dlllgenLly Lo reshape Lhe way Lhe ChapLer operaLes.
All manuals such as Alumnl 8elauons and Lhe Þledge
Þrogram have been compleLely re-wrluen wlLh Lhe lnLenuon
of creaung a culLure LhaL beuer represenLs 8roLherhood.
1he ChapLer has an 80° rlLual proñclency and ls well on Lhe
way Lo 100° and wlll be lnLroduclng a speclñc sloL of ume
dedlcaLed Lo breaklng down parLs of rlLual ln meeungs.
CommunlLy servlce ls of uLmosL lmporLance Lo Lhe ChapLer,
whlch recenLly paruclpaLed ln servlce on Marun LuLher klng
uay, conLrlbuung forLy man-hours Lo Lhe cause. As Lhe
ChapLer moves forward lL hopes Lo presenL muluple servlce
opporLunlues on a weekly basls Lo Lhe members.
1he Lpsllon ChapLer would llke Lo exLend Lhanks Lo
8roLhers Crls A. Morgan (1heLa-8ho, Mcneese SLaLe unlver-
slLy, ’73), Curus !. Melancon, !r (’71), and !esse Cllmore (’08)
for Lhelr supporL and lnnovauve ldeas as Lpsllon conunues
Lo grow. 1he ChapLer ls currenLly looklng aL ways Lo remodel
Lhe ChapLer house. As Lpsllon moves forward lL sLrlves Lo seL
Lhe sLandard of whaL kappa Slgma sLands for.
Epsilon-Beta Colony (University of Miami)
1be íxecouve commluee ooJ commluee cbolts of tbe ípslloo-8eto
colooy ot tbe uolvetslty of Mloml ossemble oo compos followloq tbe
lotqest expoosloo e[ott lo koppo 5lqmo nlstoty.
ÞlcLured above are Lhe leaders of Lhe 149 men
pledged aL Lhe ouLseL of Lhe recolonlzauon of rockeung
Lhe group Lo belng Lhe largesL fraLernlLy on campus based
on 10 days of recrulung eñorLs by Area 8ecrulLmenL
Managers uavld Þezzella (Lpsllon-Cmega, unC-Char-
loue), Chase lleeLwood (1heLa-ZeLa, LasLern new
Mexlco), ulrecLor of Colony uevelopmenL, Leo 8rown
(1heLa-1hea, WesLern kenLucky) and Lpsllon-8eLa alumnl
and SouLh llorlda ulsLrlcL volunLeers.
1he colony lncludes a vasL array of campus sLudenL
leaders and ls already domlnaung Creek Week and
sororlLy phllanLhroples on Lhe Mlaml campus.Colony CM
8randon 8osenberg reporLs LhaL Lhey wlll be submlmng a
peuuon Lo reLurn Lhe charLer of Lhe Lpsllon-8eLa ChapLer
Lo 1he u ln Lhe lall.
Epsilon-Tau (California State University-Fresno)
1hls year has been a ma[or rebulldlng year for Lhe
Lpsllon-1au ChapLer. 1hls year Lhe 8roLhers have already
ralsed over $3,000 dollars for local charlues and have com-
pleLed over 300 hours of communlLy servlce. 1he currenL LC
has puL a loL of eñorL lnLo rebulldlng Lhe broLherhood vla
broLherhood evenLs and workshops.
1he ChapLer has puL a loL of ume lnLo lmprovlng Lhe
house. 1hls year Lhey have repalnLed Lhe whole house and
made lmprovemenLs Lo all Lhe rooms.
A uelto-\l 8totbet Joootes blooJ Jotloq o
Cteotet coose eveot.
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Epsilon-Upsilon (University of North Texas)
Epsilon-Upsilon Chapter house pictured at night.
lboto © Ieoo clooJe koy
1he Lpsllon-upsllon ChapLer has had a
Lremendous fall 2012 SemesLer! 1he ChapLer had one of
Lhelr mosL successful rush perlods ln recenL years. Lpsllon-
upsllon worked hard ln a varleLy of dlñerenL aspecLs
LhroughouL Lhe semesLer lncludlng ñnlshlng Lhlrd ln boLh
ßag fooLball and lndoor volleyball. 1he 8roLhers have
paruclpaLed ln muluple communlLy servlce evenLs, lncludlng
plcklng up Lrash aûer a local wakeboardlng evenL for Lhe
kappa Slgma’s uay of Servlce ln Lhe fall. 1he ChapLer would
llke Lo exLend greaL grauLude Lo Lhelr Alumnl on Lhe
conunued renovauons Lo Lhe ChapLer house as lL ls Lruly
looklng beuer Lhan lL ever has.
Lta (kando|ph-Macon Co||ege)
LLa ChapLer has been volunLeerlng all over
campus wlLh Lhelr raMe Lo ralse money for Lhe Wounded
Warrlors Þro[ecL and also volunLeerlng for Lhe Cmce of
8esldence Llfe and Pouslng. So far Lhe ChapLer has ralsed
$610 Lo go Lowards a charlLy whlch averages ouL Lo $33.89
per broLher. 1he ChapLer has also done 1092 hours of com-
munlLy servlce [usL Lhls semesLer alone whlch averages ouL
Lo 34.6 hours per 8roLher.
Along wlLh volunLeerlng, LLa has also kepL up good rela-
uons wlLh oLher fraLernlues and sororlues on campus. 1he
8roLhers had a mlxer wlLh women of Alpha kappa Alpha.
1here Lhe Lwo groups proceeded Lo wrap glûs for Lhe Angel
1ree Þro[ecL. 1he ChapLer also had a Lye-dye mlxer wlLh Lhe
women of Alpha Camma uelLa.
8lLual has become a blg Loplc wlLhln Lhe ChapLer and
aûer worklng wlLh prevlous Crand MasLer of Ceremonles
Connor u. Wolf (‘10) and currenL Crand MasLer !ohn 8. 8o-
drlguez (‘11), 8roLher Crand MasLer of Ceremonles !oshua A.
Anoñ (’11), has creaLed a new funcuonlng rlLual plan for Lhe
ChapLer. 1he ChapLer has been dlvlded lnLo several groups ln
order Lo help lncrease rlLual proñclency. 1he groups are based
oñ of lnLeresL, schedules, and currenL rlLual ceruñcaLes.
ln order Lo furLher drlve rlLual proñclency, 8roLhers
8odrlguez and Anoñ earned Lhelr second level of proñclency
aL Lhe lnsLallauon of Lhe Slgma-1heLa ChapLer. 1hen aL Lhe
Slgma-Lambda chapLer lnsLallauon, 8roLher Anoñ earned
hls 4Lh rlLual ceruñcaLe. 8roLher SeLh A. LlLvln (’11), krlsuan
Lars Spencer (’12), and 1homas C. Zahler (’12) all earned a
ceruñcaLe of proñclency durlng Lhe lnsLallauon.
8roLhers and alumnl are plannlng for Lhe 123Lh annlver-
sary whlch wlll be november 16Lh, 2013. 1he chapLer ls ac-
cepung donauons and sponsorshlps Lo help wlLh Lhe evenL.
lf you’d llke Lo make a donauon Lowards a scholarshlp or Lo
Lhe house, please conLacL Crand MasLer !ohn 8odrlguez aL
!ohn8odrlguez[go.rmc.edu.
Gamma-Alpha (University of Oregon)
LasL wlnLer, Camma-Alpha was omclally relnsLalled
on campus aL Lhe unlverslLy of Cregon, wlLh Lhe currenL
number of 8roLhers aL 67 and rlslng. 1hls fall, 8roLher and
Eta Prime (Duke University)
Brothers of Eta Prime displaying their charter just a year and a
bolf ofet teqololoq lt.
1he LLa Þrlme ChapLer has made greaL progress
ln reesLabllshlng lLself. 1hls pasL sprlng Lhe ChapLer
re[olned Lhe uuke unlverslLy Creek communlLy, and ln
Lhelr ñrsL semesLer back, LLa Þrlme lnvolvemenL has
been greaLer Lhan ever. 1he 8roLhers have Lhus far
shown phllanLhroplc commlLmenL by volunLeerlng ln
cooperauon wlLh Lhe slsLers of Alpha-Þhl and PablLaL
for PumanlLy Lo bulld and repalr houses ln Lhe
surroundlng uurham area and by hosung a cloLhlng
drlve, whlch collecLed 13 bags of cloLhlng Lo be donaL-
ed Lo local Lhrlû sLores.
ln addluon, Lhls fall LLa Þrlme was Lhe ñrsL Creek
organlzauon aL uuke Lo compleLe a semlnar program
Lo promoLe on-campus gender vlolence prevenuon
and awareness known as Þ.A.C.1. Lralnlng. 1he 8roLh-
ers consequenLly promoLed furLher awareness by
dlsLrlbuung program ßyers and malnLalnlng a promo-
uonal Lable. ln Lhls capaclLy, Lhe broLhers of LLa Þrlme
advanced a communlLy-wlde dlscusslon on whaL ls,
among uuke sLudenLs, a crlucal, prevalenL Loplc.
1he ChapLer encourages alumnl Lo reconnecL vla
lLs soon Lo be publlshed blannual newsleuer. Alumnl,
please emall bcs14[duke.edu for more lnformauon.
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former Crand MasLer of Ceremonles 8lake W. Casebeer (’11)
became Camma-Alpha’s ñrsL 8roLher Lo earn a ceruñcaLe of
rlLual proñclency slnce Lhe chapLer’s reLurn Lo campus. WlLh
8roLher 8lley 1. Calllvan (’11) as new Crand MasLer of Cer-
emonles, several more broLhers are also currenLly worklng
Lo achleve rlLual proñclency.
1he ChapLer also hosLed lLs ñrsL annual 1rl-ulsLrlcL Con-
clave SaLurday, March 2, ln Lugene: a conclave for chapLers
LhroughouL Lhe norLhwesL. 1he Camma-Alpha ChapLer
collecuvely oñers speclal Lhanks Lo ulsLrlcL Crand MasLer
Mauhew llsher (1heLa-uelLa, Wlllameue, ‘93) for brlnglng
Lhe 1rl-ulsLrlcL Conclave Lo Lugene.
lL has also been recenLly conñrmed by ÞhllanLhropy
Chalr Mark n. Mason (’11) LhaL a sponsored golf LournamenL
ls ln Lhe works for Lhls sprlng Lo lnclude alumnl and sLudenLs
from oLher fraLernlues and sororlues as hopeful paruclpanLs.
Posung evenLs llke Lhe 1rl-ulsLrlcL Conclave and Lhe golf
LournamenL are lndlcaLors of Camma-Alpha’s rapld growLh
ln such a shorL span of ume. 1he 8roLhers of Camma-Alpha
are worklng Lo reesLabllsh Lhe name and greaL success Lhe
ChapLer once had for over a cenLury on Cregon’s campus.
Gamma-Lambda (Iowa State University)
1he 8roLhers of Camma-Lambda are keeplng
busy Lhls semesLer wlLh scholarshlp along wlLh broLherhood
evenLs. WlLh Lhe lnluauon of 12 new broLhers ln Lhe fall
semesLer, Camma-Lambda nearly doubled ln slze!
1he ChapLer has organlzed weekly broLherhood acuvlues
llke sporLs nlghLs, lce breakers, and lnLramural games. 1hese
lce breakers were developed Lo bulld fellowshlp beLween
the Brothers and pledges. Intramurals that the Chapter has
paruclpaLed ln lnclude 8roomball and llag looLball.
Camma-Lambda has resLrucLured chapLer operauons by
condenslng Lhe commluee and rush sLrucLures Lo beuer
allgn wlLh Lhe four plllars of kappa Slgma.
1he 8roLhers are dolng a greaL [ob wlLh phllanLhropy
and servlce. 1he ChapLer has paruclpaLed ln Lhe 2012 Mld-
coasL 8oad 8ally CharlLy. 1he money ralsed from Lhls evenL
was donaLed dlrecLly Lo Lhe llsher Pouse ln Camma-Lamb-
da’s name. Collecuvely, Lhe men of Camma-Lambda puL ln
more Lhan 130 hours Lowards Lhls evenL. 1he men also Look
parL ln a hlghway clean-up for Lhe AdopL-A-8oad program
for SLory CounLy ln supporL of kappa Slgma’s uay of Servlce.

Gamma-Mu (Washington State University)
wbeo tbe soow plleJ oo lo tbe wlotet tbe Commo-Mo 8totbets vol-
unteered by shoveling the walkways
1he Camma-Mu ChapLer pulled ln 29 pledges for
Lhe ñrsL pledge class of Lhe fall semesLer and also had a
successful mld-semesLer pledge class. 1he men have worked
hard Lowards servlce by ralslng donauons for Lhe MlllLary
Peroes Campalgn from Lhe communlLy and Lhelr annual Apple
Cup 8un. 1he ChapLer has also worked Lo help Lhe communlLy
by cleanlng up Lhe shorellne along Lhe Lower CranlLe uam.
When Lhe snow plled up on Lhe sldewalks of Creek 8ow ln Lhe
wlnLer Lhe ñrsL people ouL Lo shovel everyone’s walkways
were Lhe men of Lhe Camma-Mu. 1o furLher grow as a
broLherhood Lhe men have organlzed several evenLs such as
mlnl-golf, palnLball, camp Lrlps and a Luau.
ln add luon Lo broLherhood and servlce, Camma-Mu
became one of !ackson’s ChapLers and Lhe ChapLer ls work-
lng hard Lowards a l.A.C.L. award. 1he 8roLhers wlll be dolng
Lhelr annual phllanLhropy ln Aprll Lo beneñL Lhe MlllLary
Peroes Campalgn. 1he campalgn was sLarLed ln 2007 ln
response Lo one of our broLhers and fellow Cougar Ma[or
Andrew “A.!.” 1ong (’93) belng wounded ln Cperauon lraql
lreedom when hls vehlcle ran over an lLu, causlng hlm Lo
have hls leg ampuLaLed below Lhe knee. 1o donaLe, please go
Lo www.acuve.com/donaLe/2013MlluaryPeroes/Camma-Mu
Gamma-Þ| (Massachuseus Insntute of 1echno|ogy)
Cn CcLober 20, Camma-Þl and oLher 8osLon area
chapLers lncludlng Þl-kappa (8enLley unlverslLy) and xl-8eLa
(norLheasLern unlverslLy) paruclpaLed ln Lhe ñrsL annual
kappa Slgma uay of Servlce aL Lhe Susan C. komen 8ace for
Lhe Cure ln SouLh 8osLon. 8roLhers woke up aL 6 AM and
Lravelled lnLo Lhe clLy Lo glve a helplng hand for Lhe evenL.
8roLhers helped Lhe evenL by cleanlng Lhe park, handlng ouL
waLer, and Laklng down equlpmenL aûer Lhe race.
Brother’s used their enthusiasm and spirit to encour-
age runners and hand ouL waLer. 1hey asslsLed ln semng up
and breaklng down Lhe sLauons before and aûer Lhe race.
CLhers helped ln plcklng up Lrash and varlous Lakedown
roles so LhaL Lhe park could reLurn Lo lLs orlglnal condluon.
1he 8roLhers were glad Lo help conLrlbuLe Lo Lhe success of
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Lhls charlLable evenL. CongraLulauons Lo all Lhe runners who
paruclpaLed ln Lhe evenL!
Cn lrlday CcLober 26Lh, sLudenLs from across Lhe Ml1
campus converged aL kappa Slgma Lo donaLe Lhelr cloLhes
Lo charlLy and paruclpaLe ln Lhe second annual nearly naked
nearly Mlle. Calnlng masslve amounLs of popularlLy from
Lhe prevlous year, sLudenLs Look lL upon Lhemselves Lo boLh
glve Lo Lhe communlLy and work ouL wlLh peers ln an aLypl-
cal manner. AL approxlmaLely 9:30pm on Lhls brlskly cold
auLumn nlghL, men and women from across campus sLrlpped
nearly all of Lhelr cloLhes, donaLed Lhem, and proceeded Lo
run for nearly a mlle across Lhe campus. 8unners Look a paLh
pasL Lhe newly opened Maseeh Pall, Lurned up Massachu-
seus Avenue, ran pasL Lhe sLudenL cenLer, and compleLed Lhe
loop by reLurnlng Lo Lhe house.
Aûer Lhe evenL, 8roLhers and sLudenLs en[oyed food
donaLed from SLarbucks, 8erLuccl’s, and Au 8on Þaln. LvenL
L-shlrLs were also deslgned and made for Lhe nearly naked
nearly Mlle wlLh all proceeds golng Lo charlLy. lrom dona-
uons alone, over $623 was ralsed.
Speclal Lhanks Lo 8roLher 8ohan-kablr u. Amln (’10) for
organlzlng a large poruon of Lhe evenL and 8roLher Þaul M.
SyLa (’10) for u!’lng before and aûer Lhe run.
Cn CcLober 21, Ml1 varslLy LlghLwelghLs compeLed ln
Lhe 48Lh annual Pead of Lhe Charles 8egaua, Lhe largesL
rowlng evenL ln Lhe world. 8roLhers ChrlsLopher Þ. Schlaepfer
(’11) (3 seaL) and 8rlan L. Alvarez (’11) (3 seaL) descrlbed Lhe
resulLs as one of Lhe besL ln Ml1’s hlsLory. Cn Lhe Peavy-
welghL LlghLs Men Leam, 8roLhers Mauhew !. Connelly (’11)
and Mau L. Mlklasevlch (’12) compeLed as well.
Gamma-Theta (University of Idaho)
8totbets stop to pose fot o plctote ofet tbelt teceot commoolty set-
vice event, “Serving For Those Who Serve.”
Academlcally, Lhe fall semesLer of 2012 ended
well for Camma-1heLa. 1hey ended up wlLh a chapLer CÞA of
2.92, above all men’s average and prevlous semesLers, whlch
earned Lhem a place ln Lhe Lop slx ouL of sevenLeen lraLernl-
ues on campus
1he ChapLer has been acuvely lnvolved LhroughouL
campus by paruclpaung ln many phllanLhropy evenLs. Many
8roLhers played ln Lhe Camma Þhl 8eLa’s 3-on-3-baskeLball
LournamenL, whlle oLhers performed well ln kappa uelLa’s
soccer LournamenL. Camma-1heLa also held Lhelr own phl-
lanLhropy evenL called, “Servlng lor 1hose Who Serve”. 1hls
was an organlzed volleyball LournamenL ln whlch all proceeds
wenL Lo kappa Slgma’s MlllLary Peroes Campalgn.
1o geL lnLo Lhe Pollday splrlL Lhe ChapLer decoraLed Lhe
house wlLh many ChrlsLmas llghLs and decorauons, Lhen, all
of Lhe 8roLhers paruclpaLed ln Camma-1heLa’s 102nd annual
Pouse ÞarLy. 1hey en[oyed a nlghL full of wonderful food from
Lhelr cook and greaL company. 1he 8roLhers also paruclpaLed
ln a soclal funcuon wlLh Lhe women from uelLa Camma.
8efore Lhe fall semesLer ended, Lhe Camma-1heLa chap-
Ler elecLed Lwo new people Lo Lhe Lxecuuve 8oard. 8roLher
Mark M. Chapln (’11) assumed Lhe role of Crand ÞrocuraLor
and Cody W. SauerLhwalL (’10) was elecLed Lo Crand MasLer
of Ceremonles. ualLon 1. Parmon (’11) was re-elecLed lnLo
Lhe posluon of Crand Scrlbe whlle Carreu 8. SLauñer (’11)
resumed Lhe role of Crand 1reasurer and 8rlan A. larla (’09)
remalned Crand MasLer.
Gamma-Upsilon (Rutgers State University of New Jersey)
Commo-upslloo 8totbets Jotloq tbe koppo 5lqmo uoy of 5etvlce.
1hls pasL semesLer Lhe 8roLhers of kappa Slgma
welcomed Lhe lncomlng freshmen of 8uLgers unlverslLy aL
Lhe new SLudenL 8uLgers Carnlval. 1he Camma-upsllon sLa-
uon provlded “8aL 8ace”, a game lnvolvlng raclng elecLronlc
raLs, whlch amused some, and auracLed many oLhers. LaLer
on ln SepLember, for Lhe 11Lh Annlversary of Lhe horrlñc Ler-
rorlsL auacks on SepLember 11Lh, 8roLhers of kappa Slgma
and 8uLgers College 8epubllcans woke up aL 6:30am Lo seL
up over 1000 Amerlcan ßags. lor Lhe kappa Slgma lnaugural
uay of Servlce on CcLober 20Lh, Camma-upsllon Leamed
up wlLh Lhe kean Colony Lo clean up Warnlco Þark ln unlon,
new !ersey. ln co-sponsorshlp wlLh 1he Amy loundauon, Lhe
Camma-upsllon ChapLer helped run Lhe “A Walk for ulane”,
whlch ls a walk for early deLecuon of breasL cancer. 1he
ChapLer ralsed over $4,600 for Lhe cause. 8roLher 8randon ?.
Leung (’11), former Crand ÞrocuraLor became Camma-upsl-
lon’s ñrsL ever MasLer of Lhe 8lLual on CcLober 26Lh, 2012.
Kappa-Alpha (University of Nevada-Las Vegas)
kappa-Alpha ls agaln Lhe largesL on campus. WlLh
new approaches on rush Lhe ChapLer pledged ln 46 quallLy
genLlemen seL on maklng a dlñerence wlLhln Lhe unlverslLy.
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This pledge class is the largest the Chapter has pledged in
and Lhe largesL seen aL Lhe unlverslLy of nevada Las vegas.
1he eñorLs durlng kappa Slgma’s uay of Servlce produced a
greaL bondlng experlence for Lhe 8roLhers of kappa-Alpha.
volunLeerlng aL Warrlor uash, a ñve kllomeLer obsLacle
course, Lhe ChapLer donaLed Lhree hundred and slxLy hours
of servlce. Warrlor uash supporLs SL. !ude’s PosplLal and
all of Lhe proceeds from Lhe evenL wenL Lo Lhelr fund for
research. As a ChapLer kappa-Alpha hopes Lo conunue lLs de-
slre Lo lncrease awareness wlLhln Lhe communlLy and glvlng
back ln whaLever way Lhey can.
Kappa-Gamma (Northern Arizona University)
1he kappa Camma ChapLer ls domlnaung Lhe lnLramural
sporLs scene on campus! 1he ChapLer was vlcLorlous ln Lhe
All-unlverslLy llag looLball Champlonshlp and placed second
place ln 11v11 men’s soccer, dlsplaylng Lhe ChapLer’s
aLhleuclsm, perslsLence, and sporLsmanshlp.
Kappa-Kappa (Georgia Southwestern State University)
1he 8roLhers of Lhe kappa-kappa have been
maklng very large sLrldes wlLhln Lhe pasL few monLhs, from
academlcs, Lo aLhleucs, Lo communlLy servlce. SLarung wlLh
academlcs, Lhey have been awarded Lhe hlghesL CÞA ouL
of noL [usL Lhe fraLernlues on campus, buL all male sLudenL
organlzauons aL CSW! 1hls wlll be Lhelr Lhlrd semesLer for
leadlng all of Lhe fraLernlues on campus ln academlcs! ln llC
sporLs, Lhey have remalned Lhe Lop conLender by wlnnlng a
palr of champlonshlps ln llC ßag fooLball and racqueLball.
ln lnLramurals, Lhere compeuuve splrlL does noL change
by sLarung ouL Lhe year wlLh an lnLramural champlonshlp ln
ßag fooLball also. 1hey are [usL now sLarung wlLh lnLramural
baskeLball and llC baskeLball and hope Lo have a successful
season! ln oLher news, Lhe kappa-kappa chapLer has had
Lhree Lremendous fundralslng evenLs! SLarung wlLh Lhelr
annual shave Lo save whlch ralsed enough money Lo make a
conLrlbuuon Lo a former sweeLhearL’s moLher who has been
recenLly dlagnosed wlLh breasL cancer.
1he 8roLhers also held Lhe lnaugural !udge !ohn v.
Parper (’77) Colf Classlc Lo sLarL generaung money for a
scholarshlp fund ln memory of a local kappa Slgma. A few
weeks before ChrlsLmas, Lhey also were able Lo conLrlbuLe
91 Loys Lo our local 1oys for 1oLs organlzauon for chlldren
ln need. Whlle all Lhls has been golng on Lhey have been
lncreaslng Lhere number of rlLual proñclency ceruñcaLes wlLh
nearly 40° of Lhe chapLer rlLually proñclenL! needless Lo say
lL has been a very successful laLe fall and early sprlng for Lhe
kappa Slgma’s of Lhe kappa-kappa chapLer!
Kappa-Lambda (Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania)
1he ChapLer has seen a 30° [ump ln undergradu-
aLe and ls now Lhe largesL soclal fraLernlLy on campus! Con-
graLulauons Lo 8roLher !ames 8oberL 1hren, lv (’12) for belng
crowned Lhe 2012 Pomecomlng klng! Way Lo go !lmmy! AL
Shlppensburg unlverslLy, kappa Slgma led Lhe charge ln log-
glng more communlLy servlce hours Lhan any oLher fraLernlLy
wlLh a whopplng 2000+ hours! Many Lhanks Lo 8roLhers
!arred Cahan (’09) and Alan C. 8rauer (’11) for conLrlbuung
over 300 hours each Lo Lhe A CreaLer Cause daLabase!
kappa-Mu (1ennessee 1echno|og|ca| Un|vers|ty)
koppo-Mo 8totbets tolseJ oeotly 55,000 fot tbe Mllltoty netoes
Campaign during their South Seas philanthropy.
ln Lhe fall semesLer Lhe kappa-Mu chapLer
came ouL of Lhe gaLe sLrong by gemng 29 pledges ln Lhe fall
rush. lL conunued LhaL momenLum lnLo phllanLhropy work.
kappa-Mu won ñrsL place ln uelLa Camma’s Anchor splash
and also recorded Lhlrd ln Alpha uelLa Þl’s ulamond helsL.
Whlle Lhe chapLer hosLed lLs own phllanLhropy, SouLh Seas,
kappa-Mu was able Lo ralse close Lo $3,000 for Lhe MlllLary
Peroes Campalgn. uurlng lnluauon of Lhe fall 2012 pledge
class, Cralg Þarker (’86), Lhe Crand MasLer of Lhe kappa-Mu
ChapLer ln 1989, reLurned Lo Lhe chapLer house aûer over 20
years Lo paruclpaLe ln Lhe lnluauon of hls son, uylan Þarker
(’12). Sharlng ln Lhls experlence remlnded Lhe chapLer of
Lhe llfe-long broLherhood LhaL kappa Slgma’s en[oy. As Lhe
chapLer moves Lowards Lhe fuLure Lhey conunue Lo Lake wlLh
Lhem Lhe momenLum from Lhelr prevlous en-devours and
sLrlve Lo beuer Lhemselves as men, Lhelr campus, and Lhe
surrounding community.
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Kappa-Nu (University of South Alabama)
1he kappa-nu ChapLer ls exclLed Lo sLarL a new semesLer
aûer havlng a very producuve LC reLreaL and goal-plannlng
sesslon. PlghllghLed by an agreemenL wlLh Lhe unlverslLy for
a house on campus and Lhe 3rd annual car show Lhls Aprll,
Lhls semesLer should be very beneñclal Lo kappa-nu. 1he
alumnl 8roLhers have done a Lremendous [ob of coordlnaL-
lng wlLh Lhe unlverslLy and overcomlng any obsLacles, whlch
Lhere have been qulLe a few. 1he house ls planned Lo be
2100 square feeL, and ls ln Lhe mlddle of campus, wlLh Lhe
closesL proxlmlLy Lo Lhe Campus 8ecreauon CenLer, bulldlngs
where classes are held, and where, as of now, Lhe proposed
new fooLball sLadlum wlll be bullL. 1he 8roLhers belleve Lhls
house wlll help us grow exponenually ln Lhe near fuLure.
1he 8roLhers held Lhelr annual dry Super 8owl ÞarLy,
Lo promoLe awareness for drlnklng and drlvlng and alcohol
abuse. kappa-nu’s Crulse ln lor MlllLary Peroes Car Show
falls on Aprll 6Lh Lhls year, whlch wlll be counLed for Lhe kap-
pa Slgma uay of Servlce acuvlLy, whlch has been slaLed for
Aprll 13Lh Lhls semesLer. 1hls ls Lhe ChapLer’s Lhlrd car show,
Lhe 8roLhers are looklng forward Lo conunued lmprovemenL,
as Lhe ñrsL 2 LournamenLs boLh ralsed over $2,300.
Kappa-Phi (George Mason University)
koppo-lbl 8totbets ot tbe wosbloqtoo u.c. Motloe cotps Mototboo.
kappa-Þhl sLarLed Lhe semesLer sLrong re-
cordlng Lhe largesL fall pledge class for Lhe 3rd year ln a row.
1o no surprlse, kappa-Þhl ls now Lhe largesL lraLernlLy on
Ceorge Mason Campus.
ln Lhe fall semesLer kappa-Þhl ralsed close Lo $3,000
for MlllLary Peroes Campalgn. Cn Lhe kappa Slgma nauonal
uay of Servlce, kappa-Þhl ralsed $2,100 Lhrough campus and
door-Lo-door fundralslng acuvlues. kappa-Þhl also hosLed 2
fundralslng evenLs ln CcLober wlLh local resLauranLs whlch
ralsed an addluonal $300 for Lhe llsher Pouse. kappa-Þhl
also volunLeered aL Lhe WashlngLon u.C. Marlne Corps
MaraLhon on CcLober 28, and cheered on runners who were
sponsored by Lhe llsher Pouse. ln addluon Lo communlLy
servlce eñorLs kappa-Þhl placed 1sL ln men’s ßag fooLball.
kappa Þhl also Leamed up wlLh Lhe SororlLy Alpha Þhl and
also placed 1st in the regular season in co-ed soccer.
Kappa-Theta (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
1he kappa-1heLa ChapLer has had an amazlng year and
successful rush. 1he 8roLhers have paruclpaLed ln “Movem-
ber” ln whlch Lhe men grew Lhelr faclal halr and musLaches
Lo ralse money for Lhe LlvesLrong loundauon and general
supporL for men’s healLh awareness. 1he 8roLhers have ln-
creased rlLual proñclency and are maklng progresslve sLrldes
Loward Lhe l.A.C.L. Award.
8ecenLly, Lhe 8roLhers have been ñnallzlng occupauon
of a new lraLernlLy Pouse on campus. Slnce re-colonlzauon,
Lhe ChapLer has noL owned a house. Aûer years of hard
work, Lhe men are ñnally looklng aL accompllshlng Lhls goal.
Kappa-Zeta (Georgia Southern University)
1he kappa-ZeLa ChapLer
ended Lhe fall 2012 semesLer by
welcomlng 31 new broLhers and
conunulng Lhelr run as largesL
chapLer on campus ln pursulL of
!ackson’s uream. 1he broLhers
also lead several organlzauons
on and oñ campus. 8roLher 1yler
A. Marvln (‘09) was recenLly
elecLed vlce-ÞresldenL of !udlclal Añalrs on Lhe lnLerfraLernlLy
Councll and 8roLher S. 1yler normandla (‘10) was elecLed llC
ÞresldenL. uurlng Lhe campalgn season several broLhers vol-
unLeered on Lhe congresslonal and presldenual levels on and
oñ campus. Academlcally, 8roLher Mlcah 1. Splvey (‘09) serves
as a supplemenLal lnsLrucLor for Lhe blology deparLmenL and
8roLher AlsLon !. “A!” Adams (‘11) paruclpaLes ln undergradu-
aLe chemlsLry research. As Lhe sprlng semesLer conunues
kappa-ZeLa looks Lo lncrease Lhelr phllanLhroplc presence and
begln preparauons for Lhelr 43Lh annlversary ln Lhe fall.
Lambda-Beta (East Tennessee State University)
lombJo-8eto 8totbets tolseJ ovet 58,500 fot cbotlty wblle voloo-
teering for Pie Wars: Dawn of the Dough.
1he men of Lhe Lambda-8eLa spenL Lhelr evenlng on
Sunday !anuary 20, 2013 volunLeerlng aL Lhe Lhlrd annual
charlLy evenL, Þle Wars: uawn of Lhe uough. Þle Wars plLs
plzza parlors from around !ohnson ClLy, 1ennessee agalnsL
each oLher for a chance aL clalmlng Lhe coveLed uLle, Lhe
Þlzza Cup. Aûer many rounds of plzza, a new resLauranL ln
Lhe area, Þlzza n Cyro, clalmed Lhe uLle. Cver 300 commu-
koppo-2eto welcomes J1 oew
btotbets, coouooloq os lotqest
on campus.
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nlLy members came ouL Lo supporL Lhe evenL, whlch ralsed
over $8,300 over Lhe course of Lhe evenlng. All donauons
wlll beneñL CASA of norLheasL 1ennessee. A hlghllghL durlng
Lhe evenL ls Lhe Þlzza vs. Man compeuuon. 1he compeuuon
feaLures Len auendees who compeLe agalnsL each oLher ln a
race Lo ñnlsh a large plzza ple. 8roLher M. Connor Wlgglns
(’09) represenLed Lhe fraLernlLy well when he enLered, and
won, Lhe Þlzza vs. Man challenge!
Lambda-Epsilon (University of Central Florida)
8totbets plctoteJ ofet wlooloq tbe koppo uelto 5bokeJowo lo Octobet.
1he 8roLhers from Lambda-Lpsllon won Lhe kappa
uelLa Shakedown evenL held on CcLober 13Lh. ln addluon Lo
wlnnlng kappa uelLa’s fall phllanLhropy, Lambda-Lpsllon also
won Alpha xl uelLa’s dodge brawl LournamenL, Co-PosLed
ZeLa 1au Alpha llp sync, and won Lhe volleyball LournamenL
for kappa kappa Camma’s kappa Cook Cñ. Lambda-Lpsllon
lnluaLed 27 new members from Lhe 8eLa nu pledge class.
Lambda-Gamma (Iacksonv|||e State Un|vers|ty)
Octobet 27tb wos Iocksoovllle 5tote uolvetslty´s nomecomloq. 8e-
ing such, many alumni made the trek to their home Chapter to show
their support and love of the order.
ln addluon Lo spendlng Pomecomlng wlLh alumnl,
Lhe week prlor was Lhe kappa Slgma uay of Servlce where
Lhe enure ChapLer was lnvolved ln cleanlng Lhe area and
selllng 88C, whlle worklng ln parL wlLh local charlues and
local alumnl, Lo ralse money for Lhe 8oys and Clrls Club of
norLh Alabama.
Lambda-Cm|cron (Un|vers|ty of North A|abama)
1he Lambda-Cmlcron ChapLer klcked oñ Lhe 2013 wlLh
Lwo undergraduaLe 8roLhers graduaung ln uecember wlLh
Lhelr 8achelor’s uegrees ln Crlmlnal !usuce. lormer Soclal
Chalr, !usun A. lulks (’08) of ALhens, Alabama and ÞasL
Crand 1reasurer, !usun C. McClll (’08) of ALlanLa, Ceorgla.
new omcers for 2013-3014 were elecLed and lnsLalled.
Crand MasLer-!acob L. Crowell (’09) of 1rlnlLy, Alabama,
Crand ÞrocuraLor-nlcholas !. “Skee” nledzwleckl (’12) of
ALhens, Alabama, CMC-1hursLon Pawklns (’10) of CneonLa,
Alabama, Crand 1reasurer-PunLer L. uaws (’11) of ALhens,
Alabama, and Crand Scrlbe Þarker k. WrlghL (’11) of 1us-
cumbla, Alabama. lall 2012 lnluaLe Mlles C.S. Pulsey (’12)
of 8lrmlngham, Alabama was appolnLed 2013-2014 8ush/
8ecrulLmenL Chalr.
Lambda-Cmlcron recenLly paruclpaLed ln Lhe unl-
verslLy of norLh Alabama’s Annual SLep Slng on lebruary
1sL-2nd. 1he Lwo day sold ouL campus and communlLy wlde
evenL ralsed over $10,000 for unlLed Way. 1he 8roLhers
sLarLed a new monLhly campalgn Lo recognlze members
for ouLsLandlng servlce Lo Lhe fraLernlLy, communlLy, and
unlverslLy. lall 2011 lnluaLe uevln 8rewer of Colllnwood, 1n
was presenLed wlLh Lhe kappa Slgma SpoLllghL Award for
Lhe monLh of !anuary. 8roLher uevln 8rewer ls a promlslng
leader who conunues Lo go above and beyond ln leadershlp,
hard work, and servlce Lo Lhe broLherhood.
Lambda-Cmlcron has begun preparauons for our annual
SouLh Seas Week 2013 scheduled for Aprll 4Lh-6Lh. All alumnl
and 8roLhers are lnvlLed Lo auend Lhls week long evenL of
acuvlues and A CreaLer Cause evenLs. lor furLher chapLer
deLalls, conLacL CM !acob Crowell aL [ecrowell[una.edu.
Lambda-Tau (Baylor University)
1he Lambda-1au ChapLer palred up wlLh 1he Assocla-
uon of 8lack SLudenLs Lo hosL an All-unlverslLy evenL uLled
llsh lry. 1hls carnlval Lhemed fundralser feaLured llve muslc,
free food, and carnlval-Lype auracuons for all Lo en[oy. 1he
fundralser was very successful and over $3000 dollars was
ralsed Lo beneñL Muscular uysLrophy. kappa Slgma Lambda-
1au ls boLh proud and prepared Lo conunue Lhls prosperous
evenL for many years ln Lhe fuLure.
Limestone College Colony
LlmesLone College
enLered Lhe 2012 fall
semesLer wlLh 14 mem-
bers, and now currenLly
has 27 members, almosL
doubllng ln growLh. 1he
colony has made prog-
ress on lLs uevelopmenL
Þrogram by auendlng
a date rape seminar
hosLed by Safe Pomes
of SparLanburg, SouLh
Carollna. 1he colony paruclpaLed ln Lhe kappa Slgma uay
of Servlce havlng members paruclpaLe ln cleanlng Lhe local
Lake ÞacoleL, and oLher members worked ln a soup klLchen
colooy membets potuclpote lo tbe kop-
pa Sigma Day of Service.
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provldlng food Lo Lhe less forLunaLe of Cañney, SouLh Caro-
llna. Also, members volunLeered as youLh wresLllng lnsLruc-
Lors for Lhe weekend.
Mu-Eta (University of Louisville)
1hls has Lruly been a memorable year for
Lhe unlverslLy of Loulsvllle’s Mu LLa ChapLer. ln AugusL,
Mu-LLa’s annual golf scramble ralsed over $800 for Lhe
MlllLary Peroes Campalgn. WlLh help from Area 8ecrulL-
menL Manager, nlck AugusL, 39 men accepLed blds Lhls fall,
and Mu-LLa lnluaLed 26 of Lhese men as lLs 8eLa Cmlcron
pledge class. 1hese new members played a large role ln
Lhe success of u of Pell, a haunLed house Mu LLa deslgned,
bullL, and operaLed wlLh proñLs golng Lowards Lhe MlllLary
Peroes Campalgn.
1he Mu LLa ChapLer has also been very acuve ln campus
llfe aL Lhe unlverslLy of Loulsvllle. 8roLher !eremy C. 8ozarLh
(’09) was crowned Pomecomlng klng, elecLed School of
Lnglneerlng ÞresldenL, and ls currenLly runnlng for Lhe
ÞresldenL of Lhe SLudenL CovernmenL Assoclauon. Also,
8roLher Maxwell C. Morley (’09) was named Mr. Cardlnal
for ouLsLandlng academlc achlevemenL and conLrlbuuon Lo
Lhe unlverslLy. 8roLhers Lll[ah A. Wood (’09) and Mlchael 8.
8edlker (’10) hold posluons on Lhe SLudenL Acuvlues 8oard
as Lhe MarkeL lng ulrecLor and Campus Llfe Chalr. 1he vlce
ÞresldenL of Lhe Þre-Medlcal Ponors SocleLy ls also held by
8roLher 1aylor !. Wood (’10). Mu-LLa’s mosL recenL success
was pledglng ln seven new members Lhls sprlng maLchlng
it’s largest spring class since 2010.
Mu-Gamma (Texas A&M University)
1he Mu-Camma ChapLer has experlenced
Lremendous growLh over Lhe pasL couple of years. SLarL-
lng wlLh a ChapLer of only 19 8roLhers ln 2009, Lhe currenL
rosLer lncludes abouL 38 acuve broLhers wlLh 17 pledges.
Cvercomlng sancuons ln 2009 and ñnanclal dlmculues, Lhe
hard work and dedlcauon of Lhe LC and Lhe general ChapLer
has broughL Mu-Camma back lnLo Lhe plcLure of Creek Llfe
on campus. The Chapter is also proud to announce a great
lncrease ln rlLual proñclency Lo 38° of Lhe chapLer belng
proñclenL. Mu-Camma also [usL recenLly ñnlshed Lhe 17Lh
year runnlng Lhe Wlcked Woods phllanLhropy, a 13 mlnuLe
haunLed Lrall Lhrough four acres of foresL, beneñmng Lhe
8razos valley lood 8ank and Lhe MlllLary Peroes Campalgn.
LasL year Mu-Camma donaLed over 2000 pounds of canned
goods and ralsed $10,000 for MlllLary Peroes and varlous
campus organlzauons and Lhe ChapLer looks forward Lo see-
lng slmllar resulLs from Lhls year’s Wlcked Woods.
Mu-Psi (Boston University)
Cn november 10Lh
2012, Lhe Mu-Þsl
Chapter came to-
geLher Lo celebraLe lLs
23Lh annlversary as
a chapLer. More Lhan
130 undergraduaLe
and alumni gathered
aL AnLhony’s Þler 4
8esLauranL ln Lhe 8os-
Lon SeaporL Lo revel aL
whaL Lhe ChapLer has become aûer a quarLer of a cenLury of
exlsLence. Aûer belng puL on LrusLeeshlp four years ago and
nearly loslng lLs charLer, Mu-Þsl has now excelled aûer earn-
lng Lwo sLralghL lACL awards.
1he banqueL feaLured speeches by Mu-Þsl’s currenL
Crand MasLer, !ames 8. CsLersLock !r. (’09), as well as Lhe
Lwo 8roLhers who founded Lhe chapLer ln 1987, 8onald L.
Þlccolo !r (’84) and SLeven S. uorfman (’84). 1he ChapLer
looks Lo keep momenLum from Lhe weekend and conunue
Lo surpass lLs already superb achlevemenLs.
Nu-Lps||on (New Mex|co State Un|vers|ty)
1be No-ípslloo cboptet plctoteJ ofet plckloq op ttosb ooJ Jebtls fot
the Kappa Sigma Day of Service.
Whlle havlng Lo deal wlLh new rush rules, Lhe
ChapLer was sull able Lo successfully pledge Lhe mosL men ouL
of all Lhe fraLernlues on campus. 1hls pledge class has been
an especlally successful one by acung as genLlemen, worklng
LogeLher Lo wln uelLa Camma’s Anchor Splash phllanLhropy
evenL, and worklng hard wlLh Lhe resL of Lhe ChapLer Lo earn
second place ln Pomecomlng. nu-Lpsllon hopes Lo conunue
lLs Lrend by gemng anoLher large pledge class as Lhe rush
rules change yeL agaln nexL semesLer Lo a much more formal
rush Lhan has ever been done on Lhls campus.
Cn CcLober 20 durlng Lhe kappa Slgma uay of Servlce,
Lhe nMSu sLudenL body puL LogeLher lLs own annual com-
munlLy servlce evenL called keep SLaLe CreaL. 1he enure
ChapLer worked LogeLher for 4 hours Lo help lmprove a maln
road by plcklng up Lhe accumulaLed Lrash, debrls and plne
needles on the ground.
8totbets of Mo-lsl celebtote tbe cbop-
tet´s 25tb Aoolvetsoty wltb olomol ooJ
founding fathers.
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Nu-Gamma (Þrau Insntute)
8totbets, olomol ooJ pleJqes ftom tbe No-Commo cboptet ote plc-
tured at a Breast Cancer Walk at Prospect Park in Brooklyn.
Nu-Kappa (University of Central Arkansas)
No-koppo pteseots o cbeck fot 5J,500 to tbe llsbet noose loooJouoo.
nu-kappa made greaL sLrldes ln Lhe fall 2012 semesLer
and anuclpaLes more good Lhlngs Lo come. CurrenL Crand
MasLer Chase L. lresneda (’11) has shown greaL polse and
has really stepped up to lead the Chapter in the right
dlrecuon. ln Lhe fall nu-kappa ralsed $3,300.00 for Lhe llsher
Pouse and Lhe March of ulmes Lhrough varlous communlLy
servlce evenLs such as nu-kappa’s annual game ball relay and
worklng ln Lhe sky-boxes durlng home fooLball games.
nu-kappa ls polsed Lo make a Lhlrd consecuuve run aL
a Sllver 8owl for academlc excellence wlLh an overall CÞA of
2.8. nu-kappa also looks forward Lo one of lLs blggesL sprlng
pledge classes ln Lhe pasL decade. 1he ulumaLe goal of Lhe
nu-kappa ChapLer ls brlng home a coveLed face award from
Crand Conclave Lhls summer ln Las vegas. “1hls goal seems
very aualnable and we lnLend on dolng everyLhlng we can Lo
achleve Lhls goal,” says nu-kappa CMC !oshua u. Lyon (’11).
WlLh Lhe guldance of Alumnl Advlsor ChrlsLopher W. Cwen
(’91) nu-kappa looks Lo become one Lhe besL noL only ln Lhe
dlsLrlcL buL ln Lhe nauon.
Cm|cron-Cmega (Ca||forn|a State Un|vers|ty-Stan|s|aus)
1hls pasL fall semesLer was a greaL success for
Cmlcron-Cmega. 1he ChapLer reached 100° 8lLual Þroñclen-
cy and also surpassed Lhelr prevlous rush numbers! A LoLal of
40 pledges were plnned ln Lhe fall semesLer and lL’s because
of Lhe ChapLer’s commlLmenL Lo rush. Pard work pays oñ!
Cm|cron-kappa (kennesaw State Un|vers|ty)
1be 8totbets of tbe Omlctoo-koppo cboptet ooJ tbe 8totbets
of tbe Omlctoo-lombJo cboptet teom op to soppott tbe koce
Aqolost vloleoce 5k koce lo cooyets, CA Jotloq tbe koppo 5lqmo
Day of Service.
1be 8totbets of Omlctoo-lombJo ooJ Omlctoo-koppo olooq
wltb wCMc uetek l. Motcbmoo ooJ Nottb Ceotqlo uCM vlctot
wotJ (keooesow 5tote uolvetslty ´06, bouom-tlqbt) tokeo ofet
this year’s successful Kappa Sigma Day of Service.
Cn CcLober 20, 2012, Lhe 8roLhers of Cmlcron-
kappa Leamed up wlLh Lhe nelghborlng 8roLhers from
Cmlcron-Lambda (SouLhern ÞolyLechnlc SLaLe unlver-
slLy), along wlLh WCMC uerek L. Marchman for Lhe
kappa Slgma uay of Servlce. 8roLher Marchman
coordlnaLed Lhe annual 8ace AgalnsL vlolence 3k walk
and run Lhls year ln Conyers, CA, ln eñorLs Lo beneñL
Lhe Þro[ecL 8eneWal’s bauered women and chlldren
shelLer. 8roLhers from boLh ChapLers auended Lhe evenL
ln full supporL of Lhe cause by volunLeerlng wlLh Lhe
seLup of Lhe racecourse, helplng coordlnaLe donauon
and slgn-up Lables, provldlng waLer for Lhe runners, and
also breaklng down Lhe evenL and cleanup.
ln addluon Lo volunLeerlng 160 hours of commu-
nlLy servlce Lo Lhe 8ockdale CounLy 1ask lorce AgalnsL
lamlly vlolence and Lhe Conyers llrsL unlLed MeLhod-
lsL Church, Lhe Cmlcron-kappa ChapLer lndlvldually
ralsed $1,000 Lo conLrlbuLe Lowards Lhe grand LoLal of
$10,000 ralsed collecuvely among Lhe Lwo ChapLers
and oLher volunLeers. 1he evenL was a greaL success
for Lhe clLy of Conyers and Lhe fraLernlLy. Cmlcron-
kappa had a greaL experlence helplng ouL Lhe commu-
nlLy, sharlng fellowshlp wlLh oLher 8roLhers and looks
forward Lo paruclpaung ln Lhe evenL nexL year.
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1hls year, Lhe norLhern Callfornla dlsLrlcL came LogeLher
for Lhe Lhlrd ume Lo paruclpaLe ln Lhe ‘Maklng SLrldes for
8reasL Cancer’ evenL aL Lhe Callfornla SLaLe CaplLol. ln an ef-
forL Lo reach fundralslng goals, Lhe ChapLer held Lhelr annual
‘kllp-A-kappa’ evenL ln whlch 8roLhers compeLed ln palrs Lo
ralse Lhe mosL money. 1he wlnners, ulumaLely were 8roLher
AnLhony 8. Pargulndeguy (‘10) and 8roLher Mauhew A.
LlchsLeadL (‘11), who had Lhelr heads shaved durlng Lhe
‘Maklng SLrldes’ evenL. All money ralsed by ‘kllp-A-kappa’
was donaLed dlrecLly Lo 1he Amerlcan Cancer SocleLy.
SepLember 22, 2012 marked Lhe llûh Annlversary of
Lhe Cmlcron-Cmega ChapLer. 1hls year, Lhe ChapLer had Lhe
honor of holdlng Lhelr annual lounder’s uay 8anqueL aL Lhe
venue of lLs lnsLallauon banqueL. undergraduaLe 8roLhers,
alumnl, Lhelr daLes, and Lhe vlce ÞresldenL of SLudenL Añalrs
[olned LogeLher Lo celebraLe Lhe dlllgence and commlLmenL
of Lhe ChapLer’s founders. 1he eñorLs puL forLh by Lhe Chap-
Ler were also celebraLed durlng Lhe banqueL.
Cm|cron-Þh| (Wash|ngton Co||ege)
1hls fall, Lhe Cmlcron-Þhl chapLer was able Lo
pledge ln one Lhlrd of all WashlngLon College 8ushees.
8eyond lLs commlLmenL Lo malnLalnlng !ackson’s dream,
Cmlcron-Þhl has responded Lo Lhe SLC’s call for a uay of
Servlce. Cn 1uesday, CcLober 20 Lhe ChapLer was [olned by
WorLhy Crand 1reasurer Adam S. ApaLoñ aL Lhe semlannual
Þancake 8reakfasL ralslng $2,300 Lo beneñL ÞrosLaLe Cancer
8esearch aL Lhe unlverslLy of vlrglnla PosplLal as well as
kappa Slgma’s MlllLary Peroes Campalgn.
WlLh furLher commlLmenL Lo Lhe ldeals of kappa Slgma,
Cmlcron-Þhl recenLly recelved Lhe award for Lhe hlghesL fra-
LernlLy CÞA on campus, boasung an average cumulauve CÞA
of 3.234. 1he ChapLer has Laken greaL prlde wlLh lLs focus on
rlLual as well, nearly doubllng Lhe amounL of proñclencles
prevlously held. Cmlcron-Þhl has also Laken a sLance Lo have
a sLronger 8roLherhood uevelopmenL program.
Cm|cron-Þs| (8|oomsburg Un|vers|ty)
1hls year Lhe Cmlcron-Þsl ChapLer held lLs 2nd
Annual Pawks for Pero’s evenL, successfully ralslng over
$2000 for Lhe llsher Pouse loundauon. CLher communlLy
servlce eñorLs for Lhe ChapLer have beneñLed 1he 8onald
Mcuonald Pouse, Speclal Clymplcs, LCS 1herapeuuc
8ldlng, 1he nauonal 8reasL Cancer loundauon, and Lhe
8loomsburg lalr. CurrenLly Lhe Cmlcron-Þsl ChapLer has
Lhe mosL communlLy servlce hours of all Lhe Creek lraLer-
nlues on 8loomsburg unlverslLy’s campus.
8roLher 8yan l. Celllnl (’09) (CM) and 8roLher 1homas
M. kelly (’11) (CS) were recenLly appolnLed Lo Lhe SLudenL
CovernmenL Lxecuuve 8oard, addlng Lo Lhe many leader-
shlp posluons held by Lhemselves and oLher 8roLhers
of Lhe ChapLer. 1he ChapLer would llke Lo congraLulaLe
Cmlcron-Þsl lnluaLe 8roLher ChrlsLopher M. uuane (’09),
currenLly of Lhe kappa-loLa ChapLer, for becomlng Lhe 4Lh
MasLer of Lhe 8lLual from Lhe ChapLer.
uurlng Creek Week kappa Slgma compeLed ln varl-
ous evenLs agalnsL Lhe oLher Creek organlzauons. 1he
ñrsL blg evenL was Creek Slng ln whlch members of each
Creek organlzauon presenLed a song and dance. 1he
week’s acuvlues culmlnaLed ln a ñnal dodgeball game.
LaLely, Cmlcron-Þsl has been acuvely coordlnaung evenLs
for lLs new pledges.
1he currenL members are helplng Lhe pledges learn
abouL Lhe hlsLory of Lhe fraLernlLy and varlous relaLed ln-
formauon, and wlLh Lhe slx new pledges Lhe ChapLer has,
Lhls year’s lnluauon LoLal wlll be Lhe largesL ln Cmlcron-Þsl
hlsLory. An upcomlng soûball game agalnsL Lhe Alumnl ls
scheduled for mld-Aprll. LasL Sprlng Lhe ChapLer wenL Lo
Lhe Chlldren’s Museum ln 8loomsburg Lo perform commu-
nlLy servlce for A CreaLer Cause. 8roLhers shoveled gravel
and dld some landscaplng work for LhaL organlzauon.
1be 8totbet of Omlctoo-lsl Jotloq oo A Cteotet coose eveot ot
tbe cbllJteo´s Moseom lo 8loomsbotq.
Omlctoo-lsl tolses ovet 52000 fot tbe Mllltoty netoes compolqo.
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Cm|cron-S|gma (S||ppery kock Un|vers|ty)
Omlctoo-5lqmo plctoteJ Jotloq tbe koppo 5lqmo uoy of 5etvlce.
Cmlcron-Slgma ls now ln lLs 6Lh year of belng a
ChapLer has made Lhls year an acuve one. 1he ChapLer has
been busy holdlng evenLs llke helplng ouL wlLh Lhe Speclal
Clymplcs for Lhe kappa Slgma uay of Servlce, plannlng a corn
hole LournamenL as a fundralser and a spaghem dlnner for
one of Lhelr alumnl’s wlves who was dlagnosed wlLh cancer.
Cm|cron-2eta (Un|vers|ty of nawa||)
Omlctoo-2eto pleJqes lo 25 meo to temolo tbe lotqest oo compos
1hls year Cmlcron-ZeLa has pledged 23 men Lo
Lhe fraLernlLy and conunues Lo be Lhe largesL Creek orga-
nlzauon aL Lhe unlverslLy of Pawall. 1he pasL year had a
large number of broLhers graduaLe, buL sLrong rush has kepL
Cmlcron-ZeLa sLrong.
Cmlcron-ZeLa looks Lo conLrlbuLe more Lo Lhe commu-
nlLy by helplng aL shelLers across Lhe lsland and Lhe annual
8elay lor Llfe evenL held aL Lhe unlverslLy of Pawall campus.
Pi-Chi (Lake Erie College)
1be ll-cbl cboptet wltb keveteoJ Ilmmy klley ofet tbe looJ utlve.
1he Þl-Chl ChapLer has been hard aL work Lhls
semesLer. 1he A CreaLer Cause Commluee worked on a
greaL pro[ecL wlLh a blg payoñ. ln con[uncuon wlLh kappa
Slgma’s lnaugural uay of Servlce, a “Pelplng Lhe Pungry”
food drlve was organlzed Lo beneñL Lhe Zlon LuLheran
Church lood ÞanLry, across Lhe sLreeL from campus. Cans
of food were collecLed LhroughouL Lhe week on campus,
and collecuon booLhs were seL up aL Lhe Þalnesvllle ClLy
lall lesL and Lhe CcLober 20Lh Lake Lrle College fooLball
game. Cver 130 food lLems were collecLed for Lhe pan-
Lry and Lhe enure ChapLer meL 8everend !lmmy 8lley Lo
dellver Lhe food. Also on CcLober 20, Lhe ChapLer sLepped
up for Lhe uay of Servlce and worked wlLh Lhe Þalnesvllle
Þarks and 8ecreauon ueparLmenL aL Lhelr annual lall lesL
and 3k. 1he Þl-Chl ChapLer was proud Lo be named as one
of Lhe Þarks and 8ecreauon’s vlÞ volunLeer Crganlzauons
for a second year ln a row.
1he A CreaLer Cause Commluee also fulñlled lLs
commlLmenL Lo Lhe Chlo uC1 AdopL-a-Plghway pro[ecL,
cleanlng a Lwo mlle sLreLch of SLaLe 8ouLe 44 leadlng up Lo
Peadlands 8each. 1hls year, Lhe ChapLer lncluded an lnLer-
esLed academlc class Lo help wlLh Lhe pro[ecL, expandlng
Lhelr campus relauons and vlslblllLy. Þl-Chl recenLly com-
peLed ln Lake Lrle College’s Creek Week. 1hough Þl-Chl
dld noL repeaL as champlons, Lhe ChapLer had a greaL ume
wlLh Lhe Camma Þhl’s ln Lhe Creek Cod/Coddess, Creek
volleyball, and Creek lamlly leud evenLs.
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Pi-Epsilon (University of Houston)
8totbets of ll-ípslloo jolo uelto 2eto lo ploouoq ovet 1,J00 ttees fot
the community.
Þl-Lpsllon sLarLed oñ Lhe semesLer wlLh a commu-
nlLy servlce evenL, Lhe Þl-Lpsllon 8roLhers [olned uelLa ZeLa ln
an evenL called “1rees for PousLon”, ln whlch over 1,300
Lrees were planLed ln a nearby park. Addluonally, Lhls
semesLer Lhe ChapLer wlll hold Þl-Lpsllon’s 6Lh annual
MlllLary Peroes Soûball 1ournamenL. 1hls LournamenL,
beneñung Lhe MlllLary Peroes Campalgn, ln whlch fraLernl-
ues, sororlues, and oLher organlzauons have a greaL ume
playlng soûball for a noble cause. LasL year, Þl-Lpsllon was
able Lo donaLe $4,192 Lo Lhe MlllLary Peroes Campalgn, an
amounL LhaL was recognlzed aL Lhe LasL Leadershlp Confer-
ence as Lhe 4Lh largesL amounL of any chapLer. Powever, Lhe
8roLhers are golng above and beyond Lhls year, wlLh an even
blgger LournamenL, more Leams, and ralslng Lhe donauon
goal even hlgher.
1he unlverslLy of PousLon llC recognlzed Þl-Lpsllon ln
Lhe beglnnlng of Lhe semesLer ln Lhelr lraLernlLy Lxcellence
Þrogram. 1he ChapLer rlghuully won Lhe presuglous award
for “Lxcellence ln 8roLherhood”, along wlLh muluple mem-
bers belng recognlzed on Lhe unlverslLy’s uean’s LlsL for
Lhelr eñorLs ln school. 1he lasL award of Lhe nlghL was glven
Lo Lhe prevlous Crand MasLer, wlnnlng Lhe “Creek Man of
Lhe ?ear” award. 1he ChapLer has also been acuvely focus-
lng on lmprovlng rlLual proñclency, and ln Lhe lasL semesLer
has lncreased lLs numbers of rlLually proñclenL members
drasucally, Largeung a goal of doubllng Lhe currenL number
of proñclenL members.
Pi-Eta (Missouri Southern State University)
1he Þl-LLa ChapLer seL new records ln Lhe fall
by pledglng ln 19 young men, Lhe largesL pledge class on
campus. 1hey puL on Lhelr 1hlrd Annual CreaL 8ox 8ulld oñ,
logglng over 300 volunLeer hours and donaung over $4,000
in cash and supplies to a local homeless shelter. Brothers
paruclpaLed ln Lhe llrsL Annual uay of Servlce by spendlng
Lhe mornlng plcklng up Lrash ln Lhe school’s pralrle.
Cn uecember 1sL, Lhey hosLed Lhelr Annual lounder’s
uay lormal, over 33 broLhers were ln auendance. 8roLhers
!errlck L. Wllllams (’09) and 8arney A. 8euasso (’09) recelved
Lhe 8roLher Award,
8roLher L. Lll Mo-
ran (’12) recelved
CuLsLandlng Mem-
ber, 8roLher Wll-
llam Þ. Lynch (’08)
recelved CuLsLand-
lng Alumnl, and
Brother Cyle A.
PeldenwlLh (’12)
recelved CuLsLand-
lng new Member. Crand MasLer !errlck L. Wllllams (’09) re-
celved a Scholarshlp- Leadershlp Award. 1he Þl-LLa ChapLer
sald goodbye Lo four ouLsLandlng broLhers aL graduauon.
Psi (University of Maine)
1he Þsl ChapLer ended Lhe sprlng semesLer on a
hlgh noLe, only mlsslng lACL by a small margln and celebraL-
lng one of lLs members, Mlchael L. 1reschlua (‘10), becom-
lng a MasLer of Lhe 8lLual. 1hls year Lhe chapLer ls looklng
Lo bulld on LhaL success, and Lhe new acqulsluon of a house
on campus has helped Lo brlng ln one of Lhe largesL pledge
classes ln Þsl hlsLory wlLh 22 pledges. 1he addluon of Lhese
pledges pushed Þsl ChapLer Lo number one on campus! uur-
lng a successful homecomlng, Þsl conunued Lo bulld upon lLs
relauonshlp wlLh lLs alumnl 8roLhers.
kho-A|pha (Un|vers|ty of Þ|usburgh at 8radford)
1he 8ho-Alpha ChapLer won Lhe lnLramural soûball
champlonshlp Lhls fall, whlch was Lhe ñrsL ume Lhe ChapLer
has ever won an lnLramural evenL. 1he 8ho-Alpha soûball
Leam ended regular season play wlLh a 7-1 record. When
lL came Lo Lhe playoñs, Lhe 8ho-Alpha Leam Lurned lL up a
noLch, wlnnlng Lhe semlñnal game 29-1 and evenLually wln-
nlng Lhe champlonshlp game 16-11 agalnsL Lhe Leam LhaL
handed Lhe 8ho-Alpha’s Lhelr only loss of Lhe season.
1he 8ho-Alpha ChapLer ls collecung money donauons
for Lhe vlcums of Purrlcane Sandy. Also Lhls sprlng, Lhe 8ho-
Alpha ChapLer wlll be gearlng up and gemng ready Lo hosL lLs
2nd annual kappa Slgma Colf Classlc whlch wlll be a fundrals-
lng evenL for 1he MlllLary Peroes Campalgn.
Rho-Eta (High Point University)
Cn SepLember 1, 2012 8ho-LLa held a wlMe ball
LournamenL on Lhe lnLermural ñelds. 1he evenL was one of
Lhe mosL successful LhaL Lhe ChapLer has puL LogeLher, wlLh
16 Leams paruclpaung. 1he evenL was spllL lnLo Lwo dlñer-
enL brackeLs, a men’s and women’s, wlLh boLh brackeLs belng
double ellmlnauon. 1he evenL concluded wlLh ZeLa 1au Alpha
wlnnlng Lhe women’s brackeL and Lhe Plgh ÞolnL 8aseball
Leam wlnnlng Lhe men’s. Cverall Lhe evenL ralsed $600 wlLh
parL of Lhe proceeds golng Lo Lhe MlllLary Pero’s.
Pi-Eta pledges the largest class on campus.
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kho-Cm|cron (Un|vers|ty of Ca||forn|a, Merced)
1he 8ho-Cmlcron ChapLer may be relauvely new,
buL LhaL hasn’L sLopped Lhe ChapLer from belng Lhe besL
fraLernlLy LhaL lL can be on campus and ln Lhe communlLy.
A blg area LhaL Lhe ChapLer has been focuslng on Lhls
semesLer ls growlng as a whole, noL only ln numbers, buL
ln Lhe quallLy of lLs members. 1he plan ls Lo have 100° of
our members Lo have aL leasL 1 level of rlLual proñclency
by Lhe end of Lhe 2013 sprlng semesLer.
1he ChapLer has been able Lo parLake ln a number of
phllanLhropy evenLs, as well as connecung wlLh Lhe fel-
low broLhers ln Callfornla. Cne of Lhe blggesL evenLs Lhe
ChapLer was able Lo auend was Lhe re-lnsLallauon of Lhe
8eLa-Þhl ChapLer aL uC uavls. Lvery broLher from 8ho-
Cmlcron LhaL was able Lo auend greaLly appreclaLed Lhe
opporLunlLy Lo help wlLh such an amazlng evenL. lL really
broughL Lhe 8roLhers of Lhe ChapLer LhaL much closer Lo
kappa Slgma as a whole. 1he weekend goL even beuer
when 8ho-Cmlcron unlLed wlLh Lhe resL of Lhe norLhern
Callfornla dlsLrlcLs Lo supporL breasL cancer research aL
Lhe sLaLe caplLal. 8roLhers goL Lhelr halr cuL Lo show Lhelr
supporL, and Lhe barbecue aûerwards was a greaL ume Lo
connecL wlLh fellow broLhers.
Rho-Phi (Utah Valley University)
lollowlng an unprecedenLed fall rush of 19
pledges, 8ho-Þhl proudly lnluaLed 13 new men on CcLober
27Lh, 2012. 1hroughouL Lhe durauon of Lhelr pledgeshlp, Lhe
pledges paruclpaLed wlLh Lhe 8roLhers ln several phllanLhrop-
lc acuvlues such as 8ho-Þhl’s semesLer cleanup of Lhe sLrlp
of hlghway LhaL Lhe ChapLer adopLed, as well as Lhe kappa
Slgma uay of Servlce.
kho-Ups||on (Un|vers|ty of the Incarnate Word)
In honorlng our armed servlce veLerans, Lhe 8ho-
upsllon ChapLer sLarLed a fundralser where 8roLhers
helped creaLe awareness and accepLed donauons, whlch
wenL Lo 1he llsher Pouse loundauon, Lo help supporL
MlllLary Peroes.
Sigma (Tulane University)
Cn uecember 8Lh,
2012, 8roLhers
from Lhe Slgma
chapLer auended
Lhe new Crleans’
lounder’s uay
Alumni Banquet.
Worthy Grand
MasLer S. Chrls-
uan nasclmenLo
was Lhe keynoLe
speaker for Lhe
evenL. Slgma
ChapLer Alumnus Advlsor lrank Cannon organlzed Lhe evenL,
and former Crand MasLer nlcholas SuellenLrop recelved a
Scholarshlp-Leadershlp Award from Lhe LndowmenL lund.
8roLhers are worklng Lo make sure LhaL Lhe evenL remalns an
annual evenL for alumnl Lo reLurn and celebraLe Lhe foundlng
of our dlsungulshed broLherhood.
Sigma-Beta (Oglethorpe University)
uurlng Lhe fall semesLer, Slgma-8eLa had one of
Lhe largesL pledge classes ever aL CgleLhorpe unlverslLy, and
lL lnluaLed 13 new 8roLhers. lor Lhe ALlanLa uay of Servlce aL
CgleLhorpe unlverslLy Slgma-8eLa volunLeered aL an elemen-
Lary school LuLorlng sLudenLs and wenL Lo Llnwood Þark Lo
perform landscaplng servlces for Lhe beneñL of Lhe people ln
Lhe communlLy LhaL auend Lhe park. SLarung oñ Lhe sprlng
semesLer, on !anuary 21, 2013, Slgma-8eLa paruclpaLed ln
Lhe school’s annual Marun LuLher klng !r. uay of Servlce.
uurlng Lhe uay of Servlce Slgma-8eLa palnLed and renovaLed
homes for underprlvlleged famllles ln uecaLur, CA.
A ma[or evenL LhaL Slgma-8eLa plans on dolng Lhls sprlng
semesLer ls sponsorlng an annual cookouL Lo beneñL Lhe
MlllLary Peroes lund and knowledge Ald. AnoLher evenL LhaL
Slgma-8eLa plans on sponsorlng ls a school wlde Plv/AluS
Lesung evenL.
Sigma-Gamma (Henderson State University)
1he Slgma-Camma ChapLer was lnsLalled aL Penderson
SLaLe unlverslLy on Aprll 28Lh 2012 and has been busy wlLh
helplng Lhe Arkadelphla, Arkansas communlLy. Lver slnce Lhe
mlddle of SepLember Lhe 8roLhers have been golng Lo Lhe
8oys and Clrls Club aL Lhe local mlddle school every 1hursday
from 3-6pm. 8y belng Lhe newesL and largesL lraLernlLy on
campus lL has allowed Lhe ChapLer Lo help ouL noL [usL ln Lhe
communlLy, buL wlLhln Lhe school as well. Whlle paruclpaung
ln homecomlng evenLs Lhe ChapLer creaLed a collecuon fund
for can Labs LhaL Lhey are donaung Lowards cancer LreaL-
menLs. 8ush wenL greaL Lhls pasL semesLer, Slgma-Camma
had double Lhe number of pledges Lhan any oLher fraLernlLy
and they remain the largest on campus.
8totbet Nlcbolos c. 5oelleottop (´11), fotmet
CtooJ Mostet, tecelves o 5cbolotsblp leoJet-
sblp AwotJ (5lA) ftom tbe íoJowmeot looJ.
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S|gma-Cm|cron Co|ony (Greenv|||e, South Caro||na)
1he Colony pledged ln a LoLal number of 11 mem-
bers Lhls pasL semesLer. Cn CcLober 20Lh, Lhe Colony had Lhe
greaL opporLunlLy Lo paruclpaLe ln Lhe SLep CuL: Walk Lo SLop
ulabeLes and ralsed $230 dollars, durlng Lhe kappa Slgma uay
of Servlce. 1he Colony was Lhe only fraLernlLy Lo paruclpaLe
durlng Lhe walk and Lhe members represenLed kappa Slgma
as Lrue genLlemen. 1he members meL many people Lhere LhaL
Lhanked Lhem for supporung dlabeLes.
Tau (University of Texas)
1he Mom’s Club aL 1au
Chapter recently hosted a
kappa Slgma funcuon ln
PousLon and made Lhese
speclal kappa Slgma/unl-
verslLy of 1exas 1reaLs for
everyone who auended.
1heta-De|ta (W|||ameue Un|vers|ty)
1he ChapLer’s fall pledge class conslsLed of nlne men ln-
volved ln a varleLy of leadershlp posluons, lncludlng commu-
nlLy menLors wlLh 8esldence Llfe, lnLerns wlLh Cregon SLaLe
CaplLol, and Lour guldes wlLh campus admlsslons.
Aûer recelvlng Lhe ChapLer of Lhe ?ear award from Lhe
Crder of Cmega lasL sprlng, Lhe 8roLhers lmmedlaLely hlL Lhe
ground runnlng wlLh Lhe beglnnlng of Lhe new school year. ln
Lhe fall Lhe 8roLhers ralsed more Lhan $1,000 aûer paruclpaL-
lng ln Lhe annual kappa Slgma fooLball run wlLh fellow 8roLh-
ers from Llnñeld College.
Theta-Epsilon (Portland State University)
The Theta-Epsilon Chapter recently changed their pledge pro-
cess Lo have Lwo pledge classes a Lerm. ln early CcLober half
Lhe chapLer paruclpaLed ln Lhe annual phllanLhropy evenL,
‘CuL of Lhe uarkness.’ 1he evenL ls a sulclde prevenuon walk
geared Lo ralse awareness and funds for sulclde prevenuon
and for sulclde survlvors.
1heta-Lta (Un|vers|ty of Arkansas-L|u|e kock)
The Theta-Eta chapter is the largest it has been in years.
1he men of Lhe 1heLa-LLa ChapLer experlenced a successful
fall semesLer. Aûer lnluaung nlne greaL men lnLo Lhe chapLer,
Lhe chapLer ls Lhe largesL lL has been ln years. Cn !une 1,
2013, Lhe 1heLa-LLa ChapLer wlll celebraLe lLs 30Lh Annlver-
sary and would llke Lo welcome any broLhers Lo [oln us LhaL
weekend Lo celebraLe.
1heta-kho (McNeese State Un|vers|ty)
1heLa-8ho ChapLer had a greaL fall semesLer wlLh Lhe
lnluauon of 18 new members and Lhe ChapLer ralsed [usL
under Lwo Lhousand dollars for Lhe llsher Pouse loundauon.
1hls money was ralsed durlng phllanLhropy week evenLs,
lncludlng a blood drlve ln con[uncuon wlLh Þhl Mu soror-
lLy. 1hese phllanLhropy ldeas wlll carry over lnLo sprlng and
should double Lhe amounL of money Lhe ChapLer has already
ralsed. Addluonally, Lhe 1heLa-8ho ChapLer would also llke Lo
Lhank 8roLher Louls A. Mlchlels !r (’96) for several donauons
LhaL alded Lhe phllanLhroplc eñorLs.
1heta-1heta (Western kentucky Un|vers|ty)
1beto-1beto 8totbets boJ o soccessfol nomecomloq tbls post foll
1he 8roLhers LhaL are skllled aL consLrucuon worked
hard over Lhe summer Lo remodel Lhe house. new ßoors
were puL ln, walls were re-palnLed, ule was lnsLalled, and Lhe
guys even bullL a deck. 1he ChapLer had anoLher successful
Pomecomlng. 1he alumnl Look Lhe relns Lhls year and puL on
an lncredlble dlnner, whlch lncluded a rocklng cover band
from nashvllle. WesLern kenLucky’s Pomecomlng Lheme for
2012 was “8ed, WhlLe, and Wku!” lL was a busy week for all
Lhe 8roLhers, conslsung of bulldlng a ßoaL, paruclpaung ln
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“Pomecomlng Cames,” a pep rally, Lhe parade lrlday, and
ñnally Lhe Pomecomlng game SaLurday agalnsL Lhe unlverslLy
of Loulslana Monroe.
1he ChapLer worked LogeLher wlLh Lhe wonderful ladles
of Þhl-Mu and Lhe genLlemen from larmhouse Lo bulld a
colorful ßoaL. lL deplcLed a saluung 8lg 8ed, Wku’s mascoL,
commandlng a shlp runnlng over Lop of Loulslana Monroe’s
mascoL, Lhe Warhawk, headlng Lowards an lnLrlcaLely bullL
model of Lhe SLaLue of LlberLy. 1he members also parucl-
paLed ln Lhe “Pomecomlng Cames”, a serles of Leam based
games. lrlday conslsLed of Lhe dlsplaylng of Lhe ßoaL Lo
8owllng Creen, k? as Lhey paraded from campus Lo down-
Lown. 1he dlnner SaLurday was a huge success, where Lhey
had greaL food and handed ouL Lhe yearly “Alumnl of Lhe
?ear” award. 1hls year’s award wenL ouL Lo Alumnus 8roLher
nlcholas 8. Cerard (’08), for hls conLrlbuuon and hard work
on Lhe house. 1he consensus from mosL broLhers and alumnl
was LhaL lL was Lhe besL homecomlng ln recenL years. 1here
were a record number of alumnl LhaL showed up for LallgaL-
lng and Lhe dlnner parLy and Lhey hope Lo see even more
nexL year. lor more lnformauon or Lo geL lnvolved conLacL
ÞresldenL C. Mauhew 8rown aL mau.brown343[gmall.com
or AA !ohnaLhan A. Cross (’03) aL [gcaLch17[hoLmall.com.
1heta-2eta (Lastern New Mex|co Un|vers|ty)
1he 8roLhers of 1heLa-ZeLa had a greaL fall se-
mesLer. 1he ChapLer celebraLed lLs 30Lh annlversary Lhls pasL
SepLember, pledged ln 74 men for Lhelr ñrsL fall rush, and 3
for Lhelr second fall rush. lrom Lhe ñrsL fall pledge class 36
new 8roLhers were lnluaLed lnLo Lhe ChapLer. ln addluon Lo
rush and lnluauons, 1heLa-ZeLa conLrlbuLed 1,920 hours of
communlLy servlce, and donaLed $3,000 Lo charlLy.
Xi (University of Arkansas)
\l cboptet pleJqes 6J meo Jotloq tbe foll semestet
WlLh a fanLasuc rush, Lhe xl ChapLer of kappa
Slgma aL Lhe unlverslLy of Arkansas sLarLed Lhe fall semes-
Ler oñ greaL by addlng lLs 123rd pledge class conslsung of
slxLy-Lhree guys, eleven of whlch are legacles. 8elng known
for Lhelr varleLy of members, Lhe xl ChapLer proudly pledged
men from LhlrLy-nlne dlñerenL homeLowns across Lhe coun-
Lry wlLh roughly slxLy percenL from Arkansas. 8anklng Lhe Lop
on campus, Lhe new pledge class averaged a 23 on Lhe AC1
and a 3.6 hlgh school CÞA. Þaruclpaung ln roughly 12,000
communlLy servlce hours ln 2011, Lhe xl ChapLer hopes Lo
surpass Lhls number wlLh Lhelr new membershlp program be-
ing implemented this year.
Xi-Beta (Northeastern University)
1he 8roLhers of Lhe xl-8eLa ChapLer banded LogeLher
Lo ralse money for Lhe Amerlcan Lung Assoclauon’s annual
“llghL for Alr Cllmb” evenL. 1he evenL lLself was a maraLhon
sLalr cllmb lnvolvlng volunLeers who ralsed money Lowards
lung cancer research. 1he evenL also lncluded an opporLunlLy
for dlrecL moneLary donauons. 1he xl-8eLa volunLeers puL ln
hard work from Lhe hours of 7:30am Lo 4pm Lo ensure LhaL Lhe
evenL ran as successfully and smooLhly as posslble. 1hls ls Lhe
second year ln a row LhaL xl-8eLa has paruclpaLed ln Lhe evenL.
1he evenL was a culmlnauon of hard work and deLer-
mlnauon as Lhe volunLeers worked all Lhrough Lhe day Lo
make sure Lhe fundralser was an all-around success. WheLher
lL was handlng ouL waLer Lo ured paruclpanLs or asslsung
ln semng up and Laklng down Lhe LenLs, Lhe kappa Slgma
men made sure LhaL Lhelr auendance was felL. 1hey always
malnLalned a posluve splrlL LhroughouL. When Lhey weren’L
engaglng wlLh Lhe evenL planners or sharlng a smlle wlLh
Lhe paruclpanLs, Lhey were keeplng each oLher enLerLalned,
elLher Lelllng [okes or playlng muslc, exempllfylng Lhe Lrue
meanlng of broLherhood ln Lhe process.
Xi-Delta (University of Texas-San Antonio)
1he xl-uelLa ChapLer pledged 23 men ln Lhe fall semes-
Ler. ln paruclpauon wlLh Lhe kappa Slgma uay of Servlce,
xl-uelLa ralsed over $300 for Lhe u1SA Alumnl scholarshlp
program, an eñorL Lo ralse funds for undergraduaLe scholar-
shlps. xl-uelLa also Leamed up wlLh Lhe ladles of Alpha Slgma
Alpha (uelLa-upsllon ChapLer) for Lhelr semesLer phllanLhro-
py aL Lhe unlcorn CenLer of San AnLonlo, a cenLer for men-
Lally handlcap adulLs, where Lhey helped pass ouL Palloween
snacks and Look parL ln a dance evenL Lo help ralse splrlLs
and moral of Lhe cenLer resldenLs. 1he xl-uelLa ChapLer also
sponsored ñve 8roLhers ln a 3k evenL wlLh a local sLudenL
houslng aparLmenL, where Lhe proceeds wenL Lo a charlLable
organlzauon ln Afrlca. LasL, buL noL leasL, ln xl-uelLa’s phll-
anLhroplc eñorLs was a 1rlck or Cannlng phllanLhropy evenL
wlLh Lhe Slgma kappa sororlLy aL u1SA on Palloween day.
1he 8roLhers and ladles of Slgma kappa wenL house Lo house
asklng for can food donauons ln order Lo donaLe Lo Lhe San
AnLonlo lood 8ank, helplng Lhe less forLunaLe. 1he Alumnl
chapLer of xl-uelLa has graclously reached ouL Lo Lhe under-
graduaLes by announclng Lhe creauon of an undergraduaLe
scholarshlp opporLunlLy for Lhe 8roLhers of xl-uelLa, ensurlng
Lhe scholarshlp plllar of Lhe fraLernlLy.
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k|-Lta (Chr|snan 8rothers Un|vers|ty)
1he xl-LLa ChapLer obLalned Lhe largesL pledge
class on campus durlng Lhe fall semesLer wlLh a LoLal of
sevenLeen men. WlLh Lhls added sLrengLh xl-LLa has helped
greaLly ln Lhe area of servlce. xl-LLa paruclpaLed ln servlce
evenLs such as 1he Color 8un, whlch beneñLed ueneuvllle
Learnlng CenLer. Also xl-LLa helped leed My llock aL SL. Louls
CaLhollc Church, where Lhe 8roLhers packaged, and senL over
130,000 meals Lo hungry famllles ln Afrlca, and ln lmpover-
lshed clues ln Lhe u.S.
Xi-Iota (Columbus State University)
1be 8totbets of \l-loto tolse 56,500 Jotloq tbelt 5bove to 5ove íveot.
1he 8roLhers of xl-loLa once agaln have success-
fully navlgaLed a busy yeL really successful fall semesLer. 1he
8roLhers began Lhe semesLer by ouL recrulung all Lhe oLher
chapLers on campus durlng rush. xl-loLa was able Lo rush and
lnluaLe 13 quallLy men lnLo lLs ranks. Cne of Lhese new 8roLh-
ers ls !eremlah A. Mllls (’12), 8roLher of Crand MasLer Lucas
!. Mllls (’08), !eremlah represenLs Lhe ñrsL legacy of xl-loLa
Lo be lnluaLed by xl-loLa. Addluonally, 1he 8roLhers also held
Lhelr 6Lh Annual Shave Lo Save evenL. 1hrough Lhe hard work
of Lhe 8roLhers and Lhe Shave Lo Save Chalrs Mlke Pess and
!ordan Parrelson, Lhe 8roLhers have ralsed $6,300 Lowards
8reasL Cancer Awareness and Lhe Amerlcan Cancer SocleLy,
a new Shave Lo Save 8ecord. 1hls brlng Lhe LoLal amounL LhaL
xl-loLa has ralsed ln Lhese 6 years Lo over $40,0000. WlLh Lhe
semesLer wlndlng down, Lhe 8roLhers are worklng hard Lo
ñnlshlng sLrong ln class and on campus, whlle also looklng
forward Lo Lhe 16Lh lounders uay, whlch Lhls year wlll be
held ln Þanama ClLy 8each.
Xi-Omega (Idaho State University)
8totbets of \l-Omeqo plctoteJ Jotloq tbelt oooool klJe fot tbe
1toops A Cteotet coose eveot.
xl-Cmega ChapLer has sLarLed Lhe year oñ sLrong
wlLh a LwenLy-four-man pledge class. 1he chapLer has already
reached 998 hours or 47.3 hours per broLher. 1he lasL ma[or
evenL was Lhe annual 8lde for Lhe 1roops ln Lhe fall, whlch
had 300 auendees. 1he evenL ralsed 2300 dollars for Lhe
llsher Pouse foundauon. ln november Lhe 8roLhers of xl-
Cmega grew musLaches for Movember. All Lhe money ralsed
wenL Lo Movember.org Lo help ñghL men’s healLh lssues.
Xi-Sigma (Western Carolina University)
1hls pasL fall, xl-Slgma reached 100° 8lLual Þroñclency
for Lhe ñrsL ume ln lLs hlsLory wlLh every undergraduaLe
8roLher holdlng aL leasL one ceruñcaLe. 1he ChapLer parucl-
paLed ln Lhe kappa Slgma uay of Servlce ln Lhe fall by sLamng
norLh Carollna’s 11Lh dlsLrlcL congresslonal debaLe LhaL was
held on WesLern Carollna unlverslLy’s campus. 1he 8roLhers
welcomed back many alumnl for Pomecomlng ln CcLober
and hope Lo bulld upon Lhe connecuons beLween Lhe un-
dergraduaLes and alumnl. xl-Slgma recenLly launched a new
webslLe aL www.kappaslgmawcu.org, and has a lacebook
page aL facebook.com/kappaSlgmaWCu.
k|-k| (Marqueue Un|vers|ty)
1he chapLer’s annual Spaghem ulnner wenL oñ wlLhouL
a hlLch and ralsed $1,700 for Lhe llsher Pouse loundauon.
Þubllc 8elauons, whlch has been a sLruggle for xl-xl, has
recenLly been lmproved vla lacebook, 1wluer, and Llnkedln
pages, whlch are updaLed weekly.
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It is with heavy hearts to inform you
of the passing of Brother John Alfred
Cooper, Jr. (Xi, University of Arkansas,
’58) on Sunday, January 6, 2013. Cooper
was lnluaLed March 23, 1938 and was an
acuve member of Lhe xl Alumnl Assocla-
uon and xl ChapLer for more Lhan 30
years. Cooper was born, SepLember 13,
1938 ln Memphls, 1n Lo !ohn A Cooper
Sr. and Mlldred 8. Cooper.
As an undergraduate, Brother
Cooper was a U of A Cheerleader and
also capLaln of Lhe uebaLe Leam for many, many years.
lollowlng hls ume aL Lhe u of A, Cooper wenL Lo work
for hls faLher’s buslness, Lhe Cherokee vlllage uevelop-
menL Company, ln 1964 and became ÞresldenL ln 1968.
Cver Lhe years, Lhe name of Lhe buslness was changed
Lo Copper Communlues, lnc. !ohn ran Lhe company as
lL grew lLs developmenL ln 8ella vlsLa, esLabllshed PoL
Sprlngs vlllage, and oLher slmllar developmenLs ln sev-
eral oLher sLaLes lncludlng Mlssourl, 1ennessee, SouLh
Carollna, and WesL vlrglnla.
When xl Corporauon and xl loundauon began Lhe
xl Þro[ecL 2000 Lo renovaLe and modernlze our faclllLy,
Cooper sLepped forward wlLh Lhe second largesL glû
and Lhe fronL poruon of Lhe xl ChapLer house ls named
ln hls honor. Cooper was a CharLer member of Lhe Ar-
kansas naLure Conservancy’s board and was lnsLrumen-
Lal ln Lhe developlng ñnanclal supporL for Lhe Arkansas
naLural and CulLural 8esources Councll. !ohn Cooper !r.
served for many years on Lhe board of dlrecLors for Wal-
MarL SLores, lnc., !.8. PunL 1ransporL Company, LnLergy,
Arkla Cas Company, Arkansas Þower and LlghL, unlon
ÞlanLers 8ank, and WorLhen 8ank Poldlng Company.
Pe was a foundlng member of Lhe Arkansas 8uslness
Councll and Lhe Mlldred 8. Cooper Chapel loundauon.
In memory of his mother, John
commlssloned 8roLher L. lay !ones (‘39)
Lo bulld Lhe Mlldred 8. Cooper Chapel
ln 8ella vlsLa. 1he Cooper Chapel ls
non-denomlnauonal and ls a weddlng
desunauon for hundreds of couples every
year. !ones was Lhe 1990 kappa Slgma
lnLernauonal Man-of-Lhe-?ear and also
deslgned Lhe world famous 1horncrown
Chapel near Lureka Sprlngs, Arkansas.
Pe was honored as a 1998 reclplenL
of Lhe Sam WalLon Award presenLed by
Lhe 8enLonvllle/8ella vlsLa Chamber of Commerce. An
avid sportsman and hunter, he loved the outdoors and
was a charLer member of Lhe Arkansas naLure Conser-
vancy 8oard of 1rusLees and served on LhaL board from
1983 unul 1986. 1he Arkansas naLure Conservancy
recognlzed hlm ln 194 for hls leadershlp role ln Lhe
Arkansas CorporaLe Councll for Conservauon. ln 2003,
LhaL organlzauon honored 8roLher Cooper by esLabllsh-
lng Lhe Cooper lamlly Conservauon Award. 1he award
ls presenLed annually Lo a buslness, organlzauon or
lndlvldual who has made ouLsLandlng conLrlbuuons Lo
conservauon ln Arkansas.
Cooper Communlues develops masLer-planned
communlues and resorLs ln Lhe souLheasLern uS. Some
properues feaLure golf courses and lakes, wlLh 20-30°
of Lhelr land seL aslde for naLural landscape. Subsld-
larles lnclude cusLom bullder Cooper Pomes, Cooper
Land uevelopmenL, and Lscapes! whlch sells umeshare
opuons for Cooper’s resorLs. Cooper 8ealLy lnvesLmenLs
acqulres and manages commerclal properues. 1he
largesL homebullder ln Arkansas, Cooper Communlues
also has developmenLs ln elghL oLher sLaLes. Servlces for
8roLher Cooper were held 1hursday !anuary 10Lh, 2013
aL Lhe llrsL unlLed MeLhodlsL Church ln 8ella vlsLa.
John Alfred Cooper, Jr. (Xi, University of Arkansas, ’58)
Spring 2013 • The Caduceus of Kappa Sigma 61
Alpha-Beta (Mercer University)
Þaul L. Llppmann ‘(48)
Poward 1. Mc Clung ‘(73)
Alpha-Chi (Lake Forest College)
1heodore !. 8roecker, !r. ‘(48)
Cerald l. nlLz ‘(30)
!ohn u. 8rock ‘(63)
Alpha-Delta (Pennsylvania State University)
!ohn k. Mahañey, !r. ‘(36)
Lynn W. MlLchell ‘(47)
Alpha-Epsilon (University of Pennsylvania)
Wllllam P. Penderson, !r. ‘(47)
Alpha-Eta (George Washington University)
Llndley C. Þugh, !r. ‘(48)
uov 8. Wlsnla ‘(98)
Alpha-Gamma (University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign)
Maurlce L. Cosnell ‘(30)
Parry M. 8rauer ‘(40)
8onald Þ. 8lld ‘(63)
Alpha-Mu (Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Wlllard C. Coley, !r. ‘(30)
Wllllam C. !acobus, !r. ‘(38)
A|pha-Nu (Woñord Co||ege)
Carol L. WhaLley ‘(49)
Alpha-Phi (Bucknell University)
8oberL L. Cerman, !r. ‘(34)
Warren W. Mack ‘(68)
Alpha-Psi (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
!ack uevereaux ‘(42)
WalLer W. 8arLon ‘(33)
Alpha-Rho (Bowdoin College)
ur. Wllllam L. Plll, !r. ‘(42)
uennls k. Podsdon ‘(36)
Alpha-Sigma (Ohio State University)
ur. 8oberL l. Cross ‘(43)
Ceorge 8. Þowers AlA ‘(47)
!v LckharL ‘(34)
!ohn L. kelley ‘(68)
A|pha-1au (Georg|a Insntute of 1echno|ogy)
1yler Andrew Penderson ‘(11)
Alpha-Upsilon (Millsaps College)
lrederlck M. 8elk, !r. ‘(36)
Alpha-Zeta (University of Michigan)
Charles S. 8elghLler, ll ‘(48)
Serge A. 8lvard, ll ‘(64)
Beta (University of Alabama)
ur. Wllllam L. Pooper ‘(42)
ur. Maurlce W. PalsLen Mu ‘(42)
!ackson P. Clbbs ‘(49)
!ames u. 8owdoln ‘(33)
Charles 8. kellermann, !r. ‘(38)
!ames 8. Pubbard ‘(38)
8lchard L. CrulL ‘(74)
Beta-Alpha (Brown University)
8lchard 1. Pauck ‘(38)
nlcholas !. Capozzoll, !r. ‘(34)
Beta-Beta (University of Richmond)
!ohn 1. Arendall ‘(33)
!ohn l. Crews, Sr. ‘(36)
LrnesL C. ueane, !r. ‘(33)
PerberL 1. Arnold ‘(68)
Beta-Chi (Missouri Univ. of Science and Tech.)
!ohn A. Schlensker ‘(33)
!ames M. 8urns, Sr. ‘(38)
8eta-De|ta (Wash|ngton & Ieñerson Co||ege)
Ceorge !. 8lack ‘(41)
uonald !. 8alsley, !r. ‘(63)
Beta-Epsilon (Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison)
uonald PorLon ‘(40)
Pugh k. 8oss ‘(49)
8oberL W. CarpenLer ‘(34)
Beta-Eta (Auburn University)
lleLcher C. Lddens ‘(47)
Beta-Gamma (University of Missouri)
Sam L. Wahlen ‘(36)
Beta-Iota (Lehigh University)
Parold C. Þhllllps ‘(33)
Beta-Kappa (University of New Hampshire)
8oberL S. 8euencourL ‘(38)
Beta-Lambda (University of Georgia)
!ames 8. Cody ‘(34)
l. ÞosLelle 8rown ‘(37)
Lee M. Crler ‘(61)
!ames M. 8uLledge, !r. ‘(66)
8eta-Mu (Un|v. of M|nnesota-1w|n C|nes)
!ohn M. Clrvln ‘(47)
Beta-Nu (University of Kentucky)
ur. 8uperL L. Suvers, 8eL ‘(43)
uavld C. Cralg ‘(36)
Beta-Omega (Colorado College)
!ames !. Cerlach ‘(40)
Beta-Omicron (University of Denver)
8oberL 8. lrancls ‘(42)
Louls L. Spomer ‘(39)
uouglas C. SwlneharL ‘(63)
Cary 8. Lyon ‘(64)
Beta-Phi (University of California-Davis)
kenneLh 8. SLreLch ‘(37)
Beta-Pi (Dickinson College)
CCL 8oberL C. 8upp ‘(28)
8andall L. ?oder ‘(64)
Beta-Psi (University of Washington)
Parold A. 8rlndle ‘(33)
kenL L. !ohnson ‘(38)
Beta-Tau (Baker University)
uale C. Wllllams ‘(33)
Cerald n. Polley ‘(37)
Beta-Theta (Indiana University)
Mlchael 8. Zlnk ‘(68)
8ex A. uuncan ‘(73)
Ldward W. Slms, !r. ‘(74)
Þerry S. SmlLh ‘(73)
Beta-Upsilon (North Carolina State Univ.)
ArLhur C. Corpenlng, lll ‘(39)
Beta-Xi (University of California-Berkeley)
Maurlce L. Walsh, !r. ‘(33)
1ed Llule[ohns ‘(46)
Wllllam W. 8ell ‘(32)
!ames 8. Þrescou ‘(34)
!ohn u. Þouer, !r. ‘(61)
Beta-Zeta (Stanford University)
ur. !ohn M. Masson ‘(36)
Pal C. larrar, !r. ‘(43)
Chi (Purdue University)
!ohn C. lord ‘(41)
8oland l. Champlon ‘(44)
8oberL !. 8ergmann ‘(34)
Chi-Omega (University of South Carolina)
!ames M. PorLon, !r. ‘(66)
Delta-Alpha (Carnegie Mellon University)
8oberL A. 8lesLer ‘(36)
!ames u. Wolfe ‘(76)
Delta-Chi (Mississippi State University)
1homas 8. Searcy ‘(36)
Delta-Delta (University of Florida)
ur. Wllllam L. Þace ‘(46)
CllberL 1. 8rophy ‘(47)
C. Wllllam Ausun ‘(30)
Þaul !. 8oberLs ‘(94)
Delta-Epsilon (University of Toronto)
Wllllam n. Allan ‘(44)
Delta-Eta (University of Southern California)
!ohn C. Woodward ‘(42)
Cerald W. Shlpkey ‘(43)
noel C. 1ucker ‘(34)
lred A. Powser ‘(33)
Mlchael W. 8ledel ‘(36)
!ames l. Slmons ‘(68)
Delta-Gamma (University of Wyoming)
uavld C. kellam ‘(42)
8rlualn ÞoLeeL, lll ‘(46)
Ceorge L. Marun ‘(38)
Delta-Lambda (Montana State University)
Þaul W. kuschel, !r. ‘(39)
Parvey S. SLevens ‘(62)
Delta-Nu (Univ. of California-Los Angeles)
!ohn L. 1hompson ‘(33)
8oger u. vandegrlû ‘(38)
Delta-Omega (Wake Forest University)
Wllllam L. CasLellow ‘(43)
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Delta-Phi (Hobart and William Smith Colleges)
!ohn !. Þowers ‘(48)
Leonard l. Poñman ‘(33)
Delta-Pi (Southern Methodist University)
Porace M. Whallng, lll ‘(36)
8oberL !. 8anner, !r. ‘(40)
lred S. Panna ‘(42)
!usun L. Carrlson ‘(49)
!ames A. PolllngsworLh ‘(31)
Delta-Psi (Michigan State University)
Poward L. Þound ‘(40)
Þaul C. Lllason ‘(41)
Delta-Sigma (University of Utah)
MA! 8oberL W. ue 8eus ‘(30)
Delta-Tau (Union College)
!eñrey L. 8erger ‘(81)
Delta-Xi (University of Mississippi)
Logan u. 8enLley ‘(09)
Wllllam 1. Crawford, ll ‘(34)
ur. Loys W. Wllley, !r. ‘(30)
Wllllam 8. 1rou ‘(31)
Delta-Zeta (University of New Mexico)
uonald u. PeaLh ‘(34)
lrancls S. ÞresLon ‘(36)
Epsilon (Centenary College of Louisiana)
!oseph L. 8eeks ‘(41)
!ohn W. Pammeu ‘(46)
Epsilon-Alpha (University of Alberta)
PCn Carl P. 8olf ‘(41)
L1 CCL 8oberL 8. 8uckley ‘(42)
Alexander M. Parper ‘(43)
Parvey Andre ‘(39)
Epsilon-Beta (University of Miami)
Charles W. Skalaskl, !r. ‘(46)
kenneLh l. Munyan ‘(49)
Mlchael !. AlLoslno ‘(33)
Lps||on-Ch| (Un|v. of Lou|s|ana-Lafayeue)
Camllle !. Cuoyeser ‘(62)
Epsilon-Delta (Northwestern University)
PerberL A. LehrLer, !r. ‘(41)
8oberL P. Þelrce ‘(41)
8oberL L. WeaLherley ‘(30)
!ames u. Mc Wllllams ‘(37)
Lps||on-Lps||on (Un|v. of 8r|nsh Co|umb|a)
C Murray Panford ‘(38)
Epsilon-Eta (Bowling Green State University)
!on A. SchlueLer ‘(61)
Epsilon-Gamma (Louisiana Tech University)
8ryan !. 8urkhalLer ‘(77)
Epsilon-Iota (San Diego State University)
Þaul u. Cuerln ‘(49)
!oseph u. Mumma ‘(49)
Epsilon-Lambda (University of Puget Sound)
Allen u. uanlelson ‘(48)
Epsilon-Mu (University of Tulsa)
!ack k. SLamp ‘(30)
Cralg L. Wlller ‘(68)
!ames C. Scou ‘(74)
Epsilon-Nu (Univ. of Southern Mississippi)
Wllllam M. Curus, !r. ‘(60)
Epsilon-Omega (Georgia State University)
C. Cresham Powren ‘(61)
Epsilon-Omicron (Butler University)
!ohn 8. Walsh ‘(30)
Epsilon-Phi (Texas Tech University)
Sldney !. 8urleson ‘(33)
Epsilon-Pi (University of Memphis)
!ames L. 8aker ‘(73)
Epsilon-Tau (California State Univ.-Fresno)
Warren L. Perr ‘(32)
Epsilon-Xi (University of Texas-El Paso)
!ack L. Werle ‘(49)
!ack C. 1aylor, !r. ‘(61)
Eta (Randolph-Macon College)
ur. 1homas C. lden ‘(38)
8oper 1. Leonard, !r. ‘(49)
Gamma (Louisiana State University)
8lchard M. uunkln, !r. ‘(36)
Gamma-Alpha (University of Oregon)
Larry 1. Sanguras ‘(66)
Gamma-Beta (University of Chicago)
PuberL L. WuesLhoñ Mu ‘(40)
Wayne Þ. Casper ‘(43)
Gamma-Beta Prime (Millikin University)
SLeve Þ. Þllllng ‘(78)
Gamma-Delta (Un|v. of Massachuseus-Amherst)
8oberL !. Shannahan ‘(32)
8lchard !. 8lley ‘(37)
Gamma-Epsilon (Dartmouth College)
ArLhur P. Cheney, !r. ‘(46)
ur. !ohn S. Pauleld ‘(48)
Gamma-Gamma (Colorado School of Mines)
!ames Þ. naLland ‘(33)
Cary L. 8urLchaell ‘(60)
Gamma-Iota (Syracuse University)
!oseph !. SlerzpuLowskl ‘(43)
8aymond L. klLchell ‘(46)
Gamma-Kappa (University of Oklahoma)
ur. lrederlck W. Þlke uuS ‘(33)
Gamma-Mu (Washington State University)
Wesley k. Wlley ‘(49)
8ay u. PunLer ‘(30)
Gamma-Nu (Washburn University of Topeka)
!eñ C. ALherly ‘(03)
Þaul C. 1hompson ‘(42)
uana n. PolsLrom ‘(43)
Cerald L. MlLchell ‘(63)
!ames M. Walker ‘(66)
Larry !. Callahan, ll ‘(92)
Gamma-Cmega (Un|vers|ty of Þ|usburgh)
Malcolm 8. Sledge ‘(10)
WalLer C. 8auck ‘(34)
Gamma-Omicron (University of Kansas)
Ceorge A. Coddlng ‘(39)
Lrwln !. neLzer, !r. ‘(43)
losLer n. 8eynolds ‘(43)
Þaul S. Plll ‘(47)
Maurlce C. Marun ‘(48)
!ohn M. vander Llppe ‘(48)
Charles A. 8llllngLon ‘(30)
8owland L. Pyle ‘(33)
Gamma-Phi (West Virginia University)
ur. WalLer P. Mason ‘(36)
Gamma-Þ| (Massachuseus Insntute of 1ech.)
Þaul k. Schllllng ‘(42)
Gamma-Rho (University of Arizona)
8lchard Þ. Sarrall ‘(33)
Gamma-Sigma (Oregon State University)
1lmoLhy l. Maglnnls ‘(34)
WalLer !. koLchlk ‘(39)
CarLer L. Cllleland ‘(46)
Ldward L. Welln ‘(47)
Ceorge M. ?oungs ‘(49)
Lynne L. 1lmmermann ‘(30)
Ceorge A. Lrror ‘(31)
Pugh !. Chalmers ‘(34)
1erry M. Allen ‘(71)
Gamma-Tau (University of Colorado Boulder)
ur. 8alph L. Scruby ‘(43)
Gamma-Theta (University of Idaho)
lrank M. Cushlng ‘(71)
Mauhew M. May ‘(89)
Gamma-Upsilon (Rutgers State Univ. of NJ)
Charles L. kulp ‘(18)
Louls W. Marun ‘(18)
Ceorge M. Mc vey ‘(18)
Llnwood L. Lee ‘(18)
Cscar L. MaLhlasen ‘(19)
Alfred A. Calpa ‘(19)
8eda v. 8ecker ‘(19)
!ohn C. 8rown ‘(19)
Penry kreh, !r. ‘(20)
Wlllard P. Wanger ‘(23)
!ohn 8. van Wlnkle ‘(23)
kenneLh L. Mc lall ‘(23)
lrederlck !. Asplnall ‘(23)
!ohn A. Schwarz, !r. ‘(24)
kenneLh L. Paefele ‘(24)
Ceorge l. SLrasser ‘(27)
Lawrence kelley ‘(27)
Andrew l. ArmsLrong ‘(28)
1homas S. Woodland ‘(29)
!ohn L. Woodland ‘(29)
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!ohn 8. Moorhead ‘(29)
Apollos L. Þhelps ‘(32)
ÞeLer L. Wolfe ‘(32)
Ldward 8. 8ohn, !r. ‘(32)
PerberL W. 8oehler ‘(32)
Charles 1. Þerry ‘(32)
Ldward C. Schwarz, !r. ‘(33)
lrank !. Lowe ‘(33)
Lpes W. SargenL ‘(34)
vlncenL u. Shay ‘(33)
Wllllam v. kozusko ‘(33)
Sam Alexander ‘(33)
ur. WllleL l. WhlLmore, !r. ‘(36)
Wllbur L. Peckman ‘(36)
!ohn Þ. lagan ‘(36)
!ames P. 8ellly, !r. ‘(37)
Culdo M. Crocem, !r. ‘(38)
8oy W. 8rown ‘(40)
ur. Louls C. Lasagna ‘(40)
lrederlck 8. uoerrer, !r. ‘(41)
!ohn M. lrvln ‘(41)
Sanuno P. ul AnLonlo ‘(42)
8oberL A. LamberLon, !r. ‘(42)
vlcLor koleszar ‘(42)
Ldwln A. 8lsler, !r. ‘(42)
8oberL 8egerow ‘(42)
Svenn A. norsLrom ‘(42)
Ldwln 8. Whelan ‘(43)
lrank Þ. Cerlcola, !r. ‘(43)
kelLh L. ?aLes ‘(43)
ArLhur W. Perrlgel, !r. ‘(43)
Lugene !. uorsl ‘(44)
lrancls Þ. CeruLh ‘(43)
!ames 8. nlven, !r. ‘(43)
Lugene 1. Þoucher ‘(47)
Wllllam !. Mc uermou ‘(47)
!ohn C. Suvers ‘(47)
!ohn L. 1lne, !r. ‘(49)
Clprlano Clccarelll ‘(49)
lred A. ulx, !r. ‘(30)
!ames C. uunn, !r. ‘(30)
SLephen !. nlcollch ‘(32)
Charles 1. lalk ‘(34)
Cerald 1rauLenberg ‘(36)
Ldward A. koyen ‘(37)
8lchard !. SLanaback ‘(38)
8renL l. Mlller ‘(39)
Ldward M. knudsen ‘(61)
LuLher !. La 8ue, lll ‘(62)
Allan S. 8ancroû ‘(63)
8arry C. LverLz Lsq ‘(63)
Ceorge l. MaLhls ‘(69)
uavld 8. SpecLor ‘(77)
8lchard S. Coben ‘(78)
Ceorge !. Sarawlch, lll ‘(79)
1homas 8. Conway ‘(83)
Gamma-Xi (Denison University)
!ohn 8. lelker ‘(32)
kelLh Þ. lawceu ‘(36)
Iota (Southwestern University)
ur. !ohn 1. Leeson, lll ‘(47)
!ames S. !ohnson CÞA ‘(38)
Kappa (Vanderbilt University)
SLephen A. ulsney ‘(74)
Kappa-Eta (Widener University)
Ldward C. Warne, !r. ‘(71)
Kappa-Gamma (Northern Arizona Univ.)
Andrew !. Wolfe ‘(72)
Kappa-Phi (George Mason University)
Þaul l. 8aker ‘(83)
Kappa-Zeta (Georgia Southern University)
Mlchael W. !ennlngs ‘(84)
Lambda (University of Tennessee-Knoxville)
8oberL P. Leonard, !r. ‘(43)
Carl P. LangschmldL, !r. ‘(30)
Larle u. Wood, !r. ‘(32)
Lambda-Gamma (Jacksonville State Univ.)
Charles u. Þrlce ‘(80)
Lambda-Tau (Baylor University)
Clyde P. SmlLh, !r. ‘(78)
Lambda-Xi (Georgia College and State Univ.)
Samuel W. ÞaLrle ‘(93)
Mu (Washington and Lee University)
Andrew C. Mc lall, !r. ‘(47)
S. L. lellers, !r. ‘(47)
Nu (College of William and Mary)
Wllllam A. 1ralnor ‘(83)
Nu-Lambda (Cal. State Univ.-Sacramento)
!oshua C. Panson ‘(97)
Nu-Phi (Northeastern State University)
kelLh W. !ohnson ‘(01)
Omicron-Theta (Thompson Rivers Univ.)
Chrls L. McCrea ‘(06)
Phi (Rhodes College)
8lchard 8. ulxon ‘(49)
!ames L. Chambers, !r. ‘(68)
Pi (Swarthmore College)
Clover 8. Mayñeld ‘(42)
Psi (University of Maine-Orono)
Ceorge u. 8oben ‘(39)
Ldward W. Slms ‘(41)
Sherwln Þ. 8ardsley ‘(42)
8oberL S. lalrweaLher ‘(32)
Rho (Arizona State University)
kyle !. SuLherland ‘(04)
!ohn M. 8urgess ‘(68)
Sigma (Tulane University)
ur. Alex 1. Clllesple ‘(44)
!ohn 8. 8oh ‘(49)
ur. uavld A. Murphy ‘(63)
1au (Un|vers|ty of 1exas at Ausnn)
Pllmar C. Moore ‘(39)
LlberL 8. Spence ‘(34)
lrank k. Cahoon ‘(34)
Charles S. ureymala ‘(38)
!eñerson S. Cray ‘(68)
1heta (1exas Chr|snan Un|vers|ty)
Cary L. Wllbanks ‘(64)
kurL A. 8rlmberry ‘(76)
1heta-De|ta (W|||ameue Un|vers|ty)
klrk Þ. SmlLh ‘(67)
Theta-Gamma (Midwestern State University)
kevln S. Sparks ‘(79)
Theta-Omega (University of Texas-Arlington)
Mlke 8. naugher ‘(81)
Theta-Phi (Wichita State University)
uonavan C. Parpool, ll ‘(73)
k| (Un|vers|ty of Arkansas-Iayeuev|||e)
Perman Wllllamson, !r. ‘(46)
!ay P. Mc LarLy ‘(47)
Wllllam u. 8rlghL ‘(48)
Wllllam 1. lleLcher, ll ‘(68)
Zeta (University of Virginia)
!ohn P. Cronemeyer ‘(48)
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