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  • Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation, Inc.

    Annual Report

    2015

  • ΑΝ Δ Ρ Ι Ζ Ε Σ Θ Ε

    Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation

    2015 ANNUAL REPORT

    Our Mission To provide the Fraternity of

    Alpha Chi Rho, its members, Chapters and other students with the financial and

    organizational support necessary to attain their educational goals.

    Contents

    Letter from the President........................ 3

    Meet the Trustees...................................... 4

    2015 Giving Levels and Affiliates.......... 5

    1895 Legacy Society & Chapter and Donor Leaders............................................ 6

    Where Does Your Donation Go?........... 7

    Snapshot Into the Fraternity.................. 8

    2015 - 2016 Scholarship Winners........ 9

    2015 Donors by Alma Mater................. 10

    R.B. Stewart and “Curly” Walden Winners ....................................................................... 19

    This Annual Report is dedicated to Joseph Tait, Epsilon Phi ‘82, for his dedication and support of the Foundation and Fraternity. Brother Tait entered

    the Chapter Eternal on March 17, 2016.

  • Letter from the President

    Brothers, Family and Friends,

    As president, I am charged with informing you of the state of the Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation as well as thanking you for your support.

    Ever since the early days of the Foundation, back in the 1950’s, our goal was to provide aid to the members and the Fraternity at large. We have evolved through six decades and this report has been created to help you understand the impact your donations make in the lives of our members, Chapters and the overall Fraternity.

    During 2015, through the National Fraternity, we provided funding for several educational programs designed to support and educate leaders from all of the Chapters.

    • IMPACT training sessions held during the National Convention in Indiana. • Annual Winter Conclave designed to promote professional development of our members. Topics included mental health, social media management and etiquette to name a few. • Online member education with the “No2Hazing” program. The goal is to empower our members with knowledge in order prevent hazing.

    We have maintained our annual scholarships program detailed later in this report. We continue to offer student loans to undergraduate and graduate members, as well as to members of your family.

    Chapters benefit from the support provided to the local Scholarship Advisors. We continue to stress that academic achievement and reinforcing course work should take priority over social activities.

    I hope you have a greater understanding of how we utilize your gifts to benefit the Chapters and their members. We look forward to building men of “Character, Honor & Integrity”.

    In The Bond,

    Gary Gary DelPiano President Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation, Inc.

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  • 109 Oxford Way Neptune, NJ 07753

    732-988-0588 - Phone 732-988-5357 - Fax

    foundation@alphachirho.org

    www.axpef.org

    The Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation, Inc. is a public charity.

    Donations qualify for a federal income tax deduction.

    Trustees

    Jay Anhorn, Lehigh ‘95 S. Andrew Baumbach*,

    Syracuse ‘84 Andrew H. Borner, Dickinson ‘92

    Gerow D. Brill*, Clarkson ‘57 Scott A. Carlson, Robert Morris ‘82 V. James Castiglia, Dickinson ‘74

    Kenneth Chapel, Robert Morris ‘91 Byron P. Connell, UPenn ‘63

    William E. Conrad, III*, Lehigh ‘75 Gary J. DelPiano, So.Conn. ‘77 Michael A. James, Purdue ‘70

    Justin R. Lahullier, Monmouth ‘98 Robert E. Mervos, Purdue ‘67

    Victor M. Ramos, PE, Penn State ‘91 Peter R. Schuyler, Syracuse ‘87

    P. Martin Sharpless, Penn State ‘83 Joseph M. Tait, Temple ‘82 Jeffrey R. Turco, UMass ‘93

    Honorary/Emeritus

    Shickrey Anton*, Purdue ‘44 Warren I. Beckwith*, Rutgers ‘42

    Dr. Charles H. Lippy*, Dickinson ‘65 George M. Mills*, Rutgers ‘44

    Christopher W. Seidel, Dickinson ‘64

    Student Loan Manager

    Ruth G. Bedford

    * - Not Pictured

    Anhorn Borner Carlson Castiglia

    Chapel Connell DelPiano James

    Lahullier Mervos Ramos Schuyler

    Sharpless Tait Turco Seidel

    Bedford

    Meet the Volunteer Trustees of 2015

    Thank you for your service! 4

  • AlphA Chi Rho EduCAtionAl FoundAtion

    2015 donoRs

    The Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation wishes to express its gratitude to all those who have donated during the 2015 year.

    Annual Giving Levels Ziegler Affiliate $5,000 and up Rouse Affiliate $2,500 to $4,999 Sherriff Affiliate $1,000 to $2,499 Eardeley Affiliate $500 to $999 1895 Legacy Society $250 to $499 Leadership Supporter $200 to $249 Sustaining Member $150 to $199 Foundation Member $75 to $149 Supporter $50 to $74 Patron Up to $49

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    Ziegler Affiliate Fred Sanflippo, University of Pennsylvania

    Ruth Bedford

    Rouse Affiliate Matthew W. Jonson, R.P.I

    Shannon Smith, Pennsylvania State University Judson H. West, III, Purdue University

    Gary J. DelPiano, Southern Connecticut University

    Sherriff Affiliate Thomas J. Bond, Jr., Rutgers University William B. Zboray, Columbia University Andrew H. Borner, Dickinson College

    P. Martin Sharpless, Jr., AIA, Pennsylvania State University

    Richard Garber, Pennsylvania State University William E. Conrad, III, Lehigh University

    Bryan M. Brzycki, Purdue University

    Sherriff Affiliate Cont. Francisco J. Aguayo, Purdue University

    Kenneth D. Chapel, Robert Morris University Brian J. Anderson, Drexel University

    Eardeley Affiliate Kenneth Rothermel, University of Pennsylvania

    Byron P. Connell, University of Pennsylvania S. Andrew Baumbach, Syracuse University

    Steven J. Jereb, University of Illinois Steven R. Johnson, University of Illinois

    Robert C. Weiss, University of Illinois James F. Pautz, University of Illinois

    Thomas R. Dye, Pennsylvania State University Kevin A. Sugalski, Pennsylvania State University

    Richard W. Morse, Purdue University Douglas R. Mest, MD, Temple University

    Joseph M. Tait, Temple University Jeffrey R. Turco, University of

    Massachusetts - Amherst

  • 1895 Legacy Society Charles J. Honara Glenn C. Slavin V. James Castiglia Gregory A. Fish Roger L. McEldowney James W. Cropsey Russell Lee Bolton D. Kendall Griffith Richard W. Murray Richard D. Furr Victor M. Ramos James B. Learned

    Robert J. Novander Michael A. James Robert E. Mervos James J. O’Brien Stuart M. Palmer Michael J. Halat Thomas M. Humes Francis W. Seymore Chester A. Winsor William R. Kimball Daniel Kish Bob W. Garthwait, Jr. John H. Keen

    John T. Tedesco Jack Ledgerwood Kenneth M. Kupetsky Scott A. Carlson David P. Luckenbill Richard J. Barca Jason C. Yager A. Patrick Tormey, Jr. William H. Geist Peter C. Galloway Joseph J. Praino D. Matthew Jenkins Steven M. Cox

    Top 5 Giving Results by Chapter Number of Donors R.P.I. ..........................36 Purdue University................29 Univ. of Illinois & Pennsylvania State University ................17 Clarkson University.................15 Dickinson College & W.P.I........................12

    Dollars Contributed University of Pennsylvania.......$101,625 Purdue University.................$9,065 Pennsylvania State University.................$8,700 R.PI.............................$6,306 Southern Connecticut State University................$4,001

    Top 5 Giving Results by Graduation Year Number of Donors 1957......................................11 1970 & 1982.......................10 1960, 1963, 1967 & 1975..........................9 1964, 1965, 1977, 1979, & 1985.........................8 1959, 1978, 1981 & 1991....7

    Dollars Contributed 1970..............$101,525 2001..................$6,000 1977....................$5,101 1990...................$3,400 1956....................$2,975

    Honor/Memory Helen Wildnauer in memory of John P. Wildnauer, Phi Epsilon ‘44

    Friends and Family Andy Carpenter

    Robert & Caroline Schwartz Foundation John C. Enk Charitable Trust Holmes Murphy & Associates

    Nelson and Ruth Littell Charitable Trust Ruth G. Bedford

    Corporate Matching Gifts Bank of NY Mellon

    GE Foundation Merck Foundation

    Mobil Foundation, Inc.

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  • Top 5 Giving Results by Graduation Year Dollars Contributed 1970..............$101,525 2001..................$6,000 1977....................$5,101 1990...................$3,400 1956....................$2,975

    Where Does Your Donation Go?

    Donations to the Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation go back to our undergradu- ate and graduate Brothers through our Scholarships, Loans, Grants, National

    Initiatives such as No2Hazing and National events such as Winter Conclave, National Convention and the Leadership Scholarship Institute!

    2015 & 2016 Winter Conclave

    Winter Conclave in 2015 and 2016 tailored around personal and career development via a series of seminars which discussed mental health, social media management, staying in contact with alumni and their

    Chapters, dining etiquette, and interview preparation and critique!

    2015 National Convention IMPACT, a leadership institute designed by the Nor