28
JAN
2016

146th Chapter Chartered at Cincinnati

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CINCINNATI, OHIO – On Saturday, January 23, National President Alyx Parker, Illinois ’94, officially installed the Zeta Beta Chapter at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. The Zeta Beta Associate Chapter was installed on November 13, 2013. Since its inception, the chapter has initiated 55 men, 43 of whom are currently undergraduate members.

The chartering ceremony took place in the West Pavilion of Cincinnati’s Nippert Football Stadium with over one hundred people in attendance, including local alumni and more than two-dozen parents and family members.

During the ceremony, Joey Storey, Cincinnati ’14 was given a $250 scholarship presented by Foundation Trustee Secretary Paul Mueller, Cleveland State ’67 from the new Cincinnati Chapter Endowment. Storey was chosen by his peers and received the scholarship for his extraordinary service and his instrumental role in the creation and development of the Zeta Beta Chapter. $1,265.00 was contributed by those in attendance to be added to the new chapter endowment. The endowment will be used for educational programs and scholarships.

Other notable attendees include Chief Executive Officer Steve Latour, Associate Director of Business Operations Rick Day, Illinois ’12, and Zeta Beta Chapter Lead Advisor Doug Haman, Miami ’92.

 

About Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity:

Founded in Warrensburg, Missouri at the University of Central Missouri. On June 28, 2020 it will commemorate its 100th Anniversary. Today, there are more than 3,000 undergraduate members on 71 college/university campuses in 27 states. There are 58,560 living alumni. The Fraternity is headquartered 60 miles east of downtown Kansas City in Warrensburg, Missouri. Additional information about the fraternity is available at sigmataugamma.org.




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    Jesse Cromer, Central Missouri ’13 In May of 2015, Jesse joined the Headquarters Team as a summer intern. When classes began in August 2015, Jesse took on a part-time role with Headquarters as a Communications Coordinator. He updates the national website, writes the monthly Chronicle, weekly Sig Tau Briefings, and helps with a variety of communication projects. He is a Junior majoring in Safety Management and will graduate in May 2017.