Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Indiana University

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Indiana Gamma Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at Indiana University

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SUMMER 2017 The Indiana Gram Sigma Alpha Epsilon Foundation INGA Chapter Allocation Fund 1856 Sheridan Rd. Evanston, IL 60201-3837 Address Service Requested 28th Annual ΣAE Indiana Gamma Alumni Golf Outing T he Chapter Alumni Association planned the successful 28th annual Gamma Golf Outing. As has been tradition, the event was hosted at Highland Country Club in Indianapo- lis. The course was reserved for ΣAE Gamma brothers the afternoon of Monday, June 12, and was organized as a Florida scramble with prizes for longest drive, closest to pin, lowest score, and even ugliest swing. This event is the major fundraising event for the Chapter, and provides funding for: • Attendance at the ΣAE National Leadership School • The Indiana Gamma Little 500 bike team (fourth place in 2017!) • Tailgate parties and other social events We had a great turnout this June and hope to see you next year! Chapter Eternal Gary Lee Corsbie '73 entered Chapter Eter- nal on October 1, 2016. Gary and his wife, Marilou, had two children, Brent and David. Gary was a retired Bank of America senior vice president and lived in Holland, Mich. Alumni News Edwin "Buddy" Baker '54 still plays mu- sic, but mostly at home. For anyone who re- members his trombone playing, his last CD, Exit Sliding, is available at uncjazzpress. com. Buddy lives in Greeley, Colo. E-mail: Homer C. Groves, M.D. '58 enjoys golfing in California. Homer retired in 2014 from ortho- pedic surgery and lives in Wilmette, Ill. "You brothers are doing great; just like our years in 1955." E-mail: William Phillip Givens Jr. '60 has been suffer- ing from arthritis, but other than that, he is lov- ing life and celebrated his 79th birthday in April. "Makes me 40, 39 times!" William lives in South Bend, Ind. E-mail: David J. Cousino, M.D. '64 retired from or- thopedic surgery in 2002. David lost the love of his life, Jeanne, after 50 years together, but enjoys spending time at his vacation home on a lake in Idaho. "Lucky enough to still play handball three times a week. I started at IU during wrestling season and have played ever since." David lives in Petaluma, Calif. E-mail: James R. Stewart III '64 was happy to see so many ΣAEs supporting Dance Marathon. Jim's daughter, Jill, was the founder of Dance Marathon, and he is proud of how the students at IU have made it so successful. Jim lives in Fort Myers, Fla., with his wife, Betsy. E-mail: Milton R. Stewart '68 is the vice chairman of the IU Foundation and visits the campus often. Milt and his wife, Judi, live in Warrenton, Ore. E-mail: Michael Lee Motter '76 and his wife, Betsy, are empty nesters as all three of their children graduated from IU. Mike is self-employed with two business partners who, together, own two businesses. Mike enjoys traveling and getting together with brothers from his time at IU. "For now, I am having too much fun to retire; maybe in a few years." Mike lives in Fort Wayne, Ind. Kim Lawrence Quaco '76 says retired life is all about traveling abroad and domestically, boating in the Gulf of Mexico, and golfing in Southwest Florida. Kim regularly plays golf with Mike Kinzer '76 and Scott McCallister '77. Kim and his wife, Robyn, live in Cape Cor- al, Fla. E-mail: l @SAE_IU i saeindiana Alumni Update Eminent Archon Hayden Bruser '19 Eminent Deputy Archon Davin Gonzalez '19 Eminent Warden David Steuerwald '19 Eminent Recorder Justin Katz '20 Eminent Treasurer Sam Douglas '19 Recruitment Chairman Tyler Ellrich '19 House Manager Andrew Breese '19 Social Chairman Connor Anspach '19 New Member Educator Ian Jones '19 Health and Safety Chairman Will Johnson '20 CHAPTER OFFICERS FOLLOW US ONLINE

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