Beta Theta Pi - Kansas State University

Spring 2020 Newsletter

Gamma Epsilon Chapter of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity at Kansas State University

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BETA THETA PI Kansas State University P.O. Box 442100 Lawrence, KS 66044-2100 Address Service Requested Attention: This newsletter is intended for alumni and parents. If your son is attending Kansas State University, he will receive a copy at the chapter house. If he has graduated, please send us his permanent address to update our records. Thank you. The S p h i n x Jack "Cartman" Carter Westwood, Kan.; St. Louis, Mo. Wildlife Outdoor Enterprise Management, Milling Science and Management, and Industrial Engineering Patrick Daily Bel Aire, Kan. Mechanical Engineering Eric Ewers Wichita, Kan. Industrial Engineering Samuel Hummer Las Cruces, N.M. Organizational Management and Sales Thomas Kropf Overland Park, Kan. Construction Science and Management Max Kubik West Wichita, Kan. Marketing, Sales certificate, Business Sports and Entertainment certificate Preston Maurer Overland Park, Kan. Finance, certificate in Professional Strategic Selling Kyle McGatlin Greenleaf, Kan. Life Sciences Jacob Mills Wichita, Kan. Economics Jacob Ostertag Olathe, Kan. Milling Science and Management, minor in Cereal Chemistry Trent Paske Andover, Kan. Accounting with MAcc Brenden Reilly Larkspur, Colo. Construction Science and Management Conrad Sandoz Palm Beach County, Fla. Civil Engineering, minor in Math Jake Stark Lenexa, Kan. Accounting with MAcc Seth "Peter" Tilton Emporia, Kan. Finance and Accounting, minor in Economics Jack Tyler Prairie Village, Kan. Marketing Thomas Williams Salina, Kan. Microbiology ALUMNI UPDATES ChapTer eTernal Pau Sauble '43 entered Chapter Eternal on December 7, 2019, at the Presbyterian Manor in Newton, Kan. Pat graduated from Newton High School in the class of 1939 and attended Kansas State University before entering the United States Army Air Corps in 1942. He met and married Mary Palmer and they were together for 65 years. Pat was very civic-minded. He served on the Cedar Point School Board, first president of the Kansas Watershed Association, a member of the Neo- sho Basin Advisory Committee, a member of the Chase County Conservation District from 1955-2012, a 70-year member of the Kansas Livestock Association, 75 years as a Mason and Shriner, member of the John McKay Post 308 American Legion, Beta Theta Pi Fraternity at Kansas State and instrumental in getting the Old Mill in Cedar Point on the National His- toric Registry. Pat was proud of his pioneering ancestry in Chase County and continued to run the Sauble Ranch until his death. The land was homesteaded by his grandfather in 1856. He will be remembered for his zest for life and the multitude of (mostly true) stories that he has passed on to family and friends. alumni newS Stephen "Herb" Peirce '66 is a full-time counselor and director of Pacific Christian Counseling Center, which he founded in 1977. He has three married children and five grand- children. Herb has been competing in master's track since 1999. He reached a big milestone in 2019. In 87 meets, he has won 1,000 medals (554 gold, 282 silver, and 164 bronze). Herb also earned All-America honors in the 400-meter dash, 1500-meter run, 3000-meter run, 80-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles, high jump, and triple jump in 2019. He lives in Tualatin, Ore. Email: Ross Elder '21 and Dalton Schoen '19 helped lead Kansas State's football team in becoming the top ranked kick-off return unit in NCAA Division 1 last season. THANK YOU, SENIORS WEBSITE: • INSTAGRAM: ksu_beta • TWITTER: @Beta_KSU FACEBOOK: Beta Theta Pi - Kansas State University (@KStateBeta) ALUMNI WEEKEND SEPTEMBER 11-12 S tarting on Friday (9/11) all brothers are invited to a gathering in Manhattan. This is followed up be the football game on Saturday (9/12) with a potential event in the morning depending on game time. There will not be a central tailgate, but we will work to coordinate all tailgates with those hosted by alumni.

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