Alpha Gamma Rho - University of Florida

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Alpha Gamma Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity at the University of Florida

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ALPHA GAMMA RHO Alpha Gamma Chapter University of Florida P.O. Box 442100 Lawrence, KS 66044-2100 Address Service Requested ATTENTION: This newsletter is intended for alumni, undergraduates, and parents. If your son is still attending the University of Florida, 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. ALPHA GAMMA Alumni News Founder's Day April 14 11:30 a.m. Kappa Kappa Gamma Chapter House The Orange and Blue g ame will take place in the evening, so come dressed in your game day attire! SAVE THE DATE Alumni News Joseph Crozier '55 has been married to his wife, Leona, for 58 years. He joined Chevron in 1969, and has worked in all phases of research and development of garden and home chemicals for Ortho products in California. G. Timothy Hurner Jr. '64 founded the Gamma Alpha Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho at Florida Southern College in Lakeland. In 2004, Tim was teaching citrus production at Florida Southern and organized an ΑΓΡ colony that grew to 24 brothers. They applied and received chapter status in 2005. E-mail: Eathen Porter '66 is an avid Gator fan, and enjoys taking walks through the tree farm fi ve to six times per week. He is a retired resource conservationist and his wife, Annie Laura, is a retired nurse. They have six grandchildren. Mark "Kizmo" Kistler '83 began a new position this semester as dean of the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Mark received his bachelor's and master's degrees in animal science from the University of Florida and his Ph.D. in agricultural education from Texas A&M University. He and his wife, Danielle, live in Tifton, Ga. E-mail: Robert "Chuck" Brannan III '84 is running for State Representative in the Florida Legislature; the election will be held in August 2018. E-mail: Steve Black '85 and his wife, Shelley, founded Bread & Table, a food and wine non profi t that celebrates fi ne culinary events while forging new relationships and raising funds to feed local children through the Backpack program. Jimmy Cheek '93 was named chancellor emeritus at the University of Tennessee in 2017 and assumed his role as a distinguished professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy. He is director of PERC, teaches classes, and during 2018, will serve as chairman for the campaign for United Way of Greater Knoxville. E-mail: Carter Ullman '11 earned his master's degree in aquaculture from Auburn University. He is now working at a pompano farm in Fort Pierce. We want to hear from you! Send your alumni updates to our alumni relations team at sjohnston@ Brothers Clint Tedder '13 and Peter Chaires '87 connect at the Hall of Fame Banquet this year. Website Undergraduate Facebook @AGRUF Twitter @AGRUF Alumni Facebook Alpha Gamma Chapter Alumni of Alpha Gamma Rho Can't Wait for the Next Alpha Gamma Newsletter? Follow Us Online! f l f

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