Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Kansas State University

Spring 2015 Newsletter

Kansas Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at Kansas State University

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KAnsAs betA house corPorAtion of sigmA AlPhA ePsilon P.o. box 14692 lenexA, Ks 66285 RetuRn SeRvice RequeSted Attention: This newsletter is intended for alumni, undergraduates, and parents. If your son has graduated, please send us his permanent address to update our records. Thank you. THE lion's lore President Corbin Niemstchk '18 (316) 207-8061 Vice President Zane Keller '17 (316) 303-7429 Treasurer Daniel Vasquez '16 (210) 381-9125 New Member Educator Zeke Albert '16 (913) 375-6135 Social Chairman Nick Crippin '18 (316) 680-0565 Philanthropy Scott Meyer '17 (316) 393-4472 Recruitment Chairmen Joel Fry '17 (850) 313-0384 Sean Maxwell '18 (913) 957-6482 Warden Derek Honeywell '17 (316) 295-0758 dmhoneywell@ House Managers Colton Jenkins 18 (913) 375-4118 Drew Rash '19 (417) 840-4765 Health and Safety John Dillard '17 (316) 7065943 Chapter Eternal Willis H. Hart '49 entered Chapter Eternal on January 3, 2013, at the age of 88. He started college at Kansas State University, but his education there was interrupted by four years of service in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Much of his service was aboard the USS Bunker Hill, an aircraft carrier fighting in the Pacific theater. The carrier was badly damaged by enemy air attacks during his time aboard, becoming the worst damaged ship of its size to survive the war. He finished his education at KSU after the war, with degrees in chemical engineering and business administration. He met his wife of 63 years at Kansas State, and they moved to Overland Park in 1951. Jim E. Pollom '55 entered Chapter Eternal on August 28, 2014, at Midland Hospice House in Topeka. Terence P. Murphy '58 entered Chapter Eternal on August 25, 2014, after a long illness. He loved the written word and he was an avid reader and writer. He had a 30-year newspaper career beginning with the Harris Newspaper chain in Kansas in their management training program at the Ottawa Herald and Chanute Tribune and in Iowa at the Burlington Hawkeye and Spencer Tribune. He then wrote and edited at the Akron Beacon Journal, Cincinnati Post, and the Minneapolis Star Tribune. He also wrote a book, Classroom to Newsroom: A Professional's Guide to Newspaper Reporting and Writing, published by Harper and Roe. At the age of 55, Terry entered William Mitchell Law School, graduated and established a private practice. After he retired, Terry and his wife, Coco, traveled in the U.S., Europe, and Australia. Stay in Touch I n an effort to better serve our alumni, the Kansas Beta Chapter is asking you to provide an updated e-mail address. Send your e-mail to House Corporation President Steve Lacy '76, '77 at Seth Eckles Manhattan, Kan. Nick Genzl Basehor, Kan. Sam Roldan Kansas City, Kan. Dakota Smith Omaha, Neb. Brad Ungles Santana, Kan. Send Us Your Recruitment Recommendations A lumni, we value your input in membership selection. Please send your recruitment recommendations to House Corporation President Steve Lacy '76, '77 at steve.lacy@ or Recruitment Chairman Joel Fry '17 at Welcome, NeW members E X E C U T I V E O F F I C E R S

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