35 Year Volunteer Joins Foundation Staff

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Sigma Tau Gamma is happy to announce that Greg Rumpf has joined our staff filling the role of  Director of Development for the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation

Greg Rumpf

Greg Rumpf

Rumpf is a graduate from Truman State University and was initiated into the Beta Chapter in 1976. Just one short year after initiation, Rumpf was elected as President of the Beta Chapter. Not only was Rumpf chapter president, but he was also president of Truman State’s Student Government Association. He graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Political Science and Public Administration in 1979.

Since graduation Rumpf has had a very successful career in many different fields. He has been in city management, financial services, commercial and residential real estate, brick manufacturing and even cattle breeding.

“Our Foundation needs strong advocates who are also strong relationship builders. After spending just a few minutes with Greg, I knew he was the right guy to help us advance the foundations mission,” said Chief Executive Officer Steve Latour. “Now more than ever, we need to grow the financial support for Sigma Tau Gamma . Who better to help grow it than Greg, one of the fraternities top volunteers.”

His list of accomplishments and opportunities for Sigma Tau Gamma is as long as his outstanding career. Rumpf was the Central Region Vice President and Beta Alumni Association President from 1982-1984. He served as a Foundation Trustee from 1986-1992 and again from 1997-2002. He served on the Fraternity Board of Directors for eight years from 2002-2010 and also received the Professor Grubbs “Adviser of the Year” Award in 2014. This summer, he was inducted as a Society of 17 member at the 47 Grand Chapter in Orlando, FL.

Looking back on his life and career, Rumpf has always looked for ways to help Sig Tau!

“I promised myself upon graduation to give back to Sig Tau so that other undergraduates might have the same opportunity to have an incredible undergraduate experience,” Rumpf said. “I look forward to serving our great fraternity from a professional staff position.  It will certainly be a change from being a volunteer for 35 plus years.  I am excited to meet the challenges I will face as the Director of Development so that new and expanded programming and scholarships can be provided to our undergraduates.”

Greg Rumpf’s first day on staff was August 1, 2016.


Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity was 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 73 college/university campuses in 27 states. There are 60,391 living alumni. The Fraternity is headquartered 60 miles east of downtown Kansas City in Warrensburg, Missouri. Additional information about the fraternity is available at http://sigtau.org/

Contact: Greg Ward
Associate Director of Communications
Sigma Tau Gamma Headquarters
Phone 660-747-2222
Email gward@sigtau.org

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