Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Purdue University

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Indiana Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Purdue University

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Page 2 Phoenix Rising Society ($250,000 and above) Anonymous William P. Madar Jr. '61 Roger B. Gatewood '68 Indiana Beta Actives Lion's Legacy Society ($100,000 to $249,999) Philip H. Wagner '64 Norman P. Blake Jr. '64 William D. Schmicker '65 Phi Alpha Society ($50,000 to $99,999) Charles W. Ashing III '59 Lewis G. Green Jr. '60 William N. Vinovich '62 Keith A. Johnson '63 Wayne F. McIntyre '64 Mark S. Hopkins '79 Randal A. Sergesketter '80 406 Littleton Society ($25,000 to $49,999) Lynn R. Coy '64 William R. Litzler '64 William S. Toth '65 Michael B. Veon '66 Andrew E. Cummins Jr. '67 Thomas A. Irmscher '67 Robert W. Rush '70 Barry R. Smith '77 Margiotta Family Gift Sean M. Margiotta '87 Drake M. Margiotta '89 Brian J. Thomeczek '00 Purple and Gold Society ($15,000 to $24,999) C. Charles Dauk Jr. '96 Indiana Beta Society ($10,000 to $14,999) David A. Bigler '58 Charles Kehrt '59 Charles H. Alexander '64 Ashish P. Bhagwanjee '97 Founder's Society ($5,000 to $9,999) James A. Whitmer '52 In memory of Robert D. Whitmer '49 George M. Scalise '56 Leonard W. Busse '60 John C. Coulson '61 Edward F. Chouinard '63 Bruce T. Cundiff Jr. '65 In memory of Bill Cutshall, M.D. '67 Robert L. Parrin '72 Dr. David Morgan '73 Timothy J. Racke '73 John M. Speicher '75 Jonathan F. Straub '83 Maurice D. Galey Jr. '85 Todd A. Heemsoth '87 David A. Owens '88 Christopher W. Haas '90 Laura and Gregory O'Daniel '90 Kevin M. Dolen '91 James T. O'Shaughnessy '92 Gregory J. Vogelman '96 Boilermaker Society ($2,500 to $4,999) Neal B. Royer '51 Richard O. Dudley '55 Donald H. Morton '57 Donald G. Halliday '58 William S. Anderson '63 Stephen E. Egger '63 Charles M. Jensen '63 Donald S. Meck '71 Charles J. Weber '71 William J. McConnell '80 Theodore R. Clemens '84 David A. Boss '85 James A. Skurner '95 Friends Society (Up to $2,499) Nancy Liber In memory of John D. Liber '60, friendships of the SAE brothers, Charles W. Kehrt '59, and Robert W. Butler '60 Richard W. Butler '53 A. Thomas Sprich III '53 Thomas W. Bloodgood '55 In memory of Don Bloodgood '50 Virgil G. Burkhardt '55 John S. Castell '56 Donn B. Whitmer '56 John H. Hager '58 Lloyd C. Cooper '59 Frederick Richter '60 Peter H. Schueler '61 Dr. Ronald R. Clark '62 Jared N. Heindel '63 Gregory S. Smith '63 Stephen A. Lochmoeller '67 Ralph E. Roper Jr. '68 Terry K. Ryker '69 John B. Fillion '71 David E. Labelle '71 Donald J. Haerer '76 Robert M. Freeman '77 Robert B. Gregg '77 Frederick W. Tillotson '79 Edward Vaughn '79 In memory of the Cave David P. Buntin '85 In memory of Steve Dunkerly '86 William C. Meirink '89 Tony L. Zimmerer '90 Todd M. Montabana '93 Craig A. Heiss '94 Alan M. Page '95 Alexander C. Lane '06 Charlie Dilts '12 THANK YOU, GENEROUS INDIANA BETA ALUMNI AND FRIENDS Join This List by Making a Gift Today! W e are very grateful to the following bothers and friends for their generous commitments to A Tradition of Excellence: The Campaign for Indiana Beta. Their generosity demonstrates a sense of gratitude for their personal experience. Commitments are still needed from the rest of our alumni to achieve our goal and complete this major project. All supporters of the project pledging $5,000 and above will be recognized on a prominently displayed plaque in the renovated chapter house. If an error has been made in recording the amount of your gift or your name has been omitted, we sincerely apologize. Please advise our campaign coordinator at (785) 843-1661 so that we may make a correction. Join your brothers on this list using the enclosed pledge form and envelope to make your pledge today. Thank you for your support! Campaign StatuS at-a-glanCe As of May 13, 2016 $5 million FundraiSing goal $2,095,981 in ContributionS 93 pledgeS to date David eventually became president and CEO of the joint venture with Yokogawa Electric headquartered in Newnan, Georgia. He retired in 1993, though he still does a few consulting assignments for Johnson Controls. The Tradition of Excellence campaign means a lot to David as he has many pleasant memories from the "House on the Hill" in West Lafayette. "I want to help ensure that other young men can enjoy the same camaraderie that I felt. I hope other alumni recall the good times they, too, had at the house. Our house needs improvements, and if they don't happen, it could possibly mean the demise of the Indiana Beta Chapter. SAE brings back many warm memories for me, and I certainly hope many more young men will become True Gentlemen at Indiana Beta." David and his wife, Carolyn, live in Jensen Beach, Florida, and have two daughters and four grandchildren. David enjoys reading and golfing. He also takes part in an annual Purdue Florida Founder's Day celebration with his SAE brothers, and has done so for the last 16 years. You can contact David at Preserving the Future of Indiana Beta (Continued from page 1) Make a gift online by visiting http://saepurdue. campaign.

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