Donor List

We wish to thank all those who contributed to our annual giving campaign for 2014. These donors gave more than $20,000; and their dedication to Indiana Beta is appreciated and helps to continue to strengthen the chapter here at Purdue.

The 2014 donors are listed in their annual campaign giving level. If an error has been made in recording your gift, or your name has been mistakenly omitted or listed improperly, we sincerely apologize. Please send corrections to Bob Parrin ’72 ( or to Thank you again for giving back to Indiana Beta, it truly does make a difference.

If you wish to make a donation online, you may make a safe and secure online donation using this link.

2014 Annual Giving Campaign

Sons of Minerva
($2,500 and above)

True Gentlemen Club
($1,500 to $2,499)
Norman P. Blake, Jr. ’64

Phi Alpha Club
($1,000 to $1,499)
Phil H. Wagner ’64
Randal A. Sergesketter ’80
Brian R. King ’97

406 Littleton Club
($500 to $999)
George Scalise ’56
Lewis G. Green, Jr. ’60
E. Brian Smith ’60
Charles H. Alexander ’64
Stephen A. Lochmoeller ’67
Roger B. Gatewood ’68
Bill M. Frederick ’82
Greg J. O’Daniel ’90
Strawn C. Markle ’95
Andrew J. Martin ’96

Indiana Beta Club
($250 to $499)
Robert Kirk ’52
Charles W. Kehrt ’59
Leonard W. Busse ’60
Charles W. Sanders ’61
Edward F. Chouinard ’63
Carl Koontz ’64
William R. Litzler ’64
Thomas D. Wilson ’67
Ralph E. Roper, Jr. ’68
Steven E. Short ’68
Robert Altenkirch ’70
Gregory J. Vogelman ’85
Daniel R. Byles-Smith ’09

Phoenix Club
($100 to $249)
Robert S. Sternberger ’42
Charles E. Hattery ’43
Alan H. Lobley ’49
Richard E. Wood ’49
Neal B. Royer ’51
Donald L. Shaw ’51
E. Clifton Wilson ’51
Richard W. Butler ’53
Lawrence A. Framburg ’53
James H. Lowe ’53
Virgil G. Burkhardt ’55
Dennis T. Karras ’56
Richard Lyon ’56
Armand O. Norehad ’56
Dominic J. Picco ’56
Lucien C. Woodhouse ’56
Donald H. Morton ’57
David A. Bigler ’58
Gilbert W. Rowe ’58
H. Bailey Terry, Jr. ’58
Charles W. Ashing, III ’59
Russell A. Nippert ’59
Paul A. May ’60
Robert D. McIlroy ’60
Anthony Manlove ’61
Peter H. Schueler ’61
Herbert W. McGuire ’62
William N. Vinovich ’62
William S. Anderson ’63
Stephen E. Egger ’63
Robert H. Frushour ’63
Charles M. Jensen ’63
Gregory S. Smith ’63

Phoenix Club Continued
($100 to $249)
Michael D. Leahy ’64
Bruce T. Cundiff, Jr. ’65
William D. Schmicker ’65
Andrew E. Cummins ’66
James A. Gerlach ’66
Robert S. Terry ’68
John F. Wahl ’68
Robert R. Johnson ’69
Cliff Sondgerath ’69
James C. Fisher ’70
Robert W. Rush ’70
Donald S. Meck ’71
Donald J. Haerer ’76
Patrick K. Harrington ’80
William J. McConnell ’80
Keith L. Welcker ’80
Nick F. Stein ’82
Thomas B. Poole ’83
Roy B. Heimbrock ’84
Alex A. Jacobs ’84
David A. Boss ’85
Maurice D. Galey, Jr. ’85
Sean M. Margiotta ’87
Brian E. Pulver ’91
Greg M. Ansems ’92
Bradley L. Benhart ’92
Peter A. Greenley ’92
Gregory M. Lewis ’92
Gregory W. Mauro ’92
Thomas S. Pruitt ’92
Kurt S. Schmiegel ’92
Gregory M. Wenstrup ’92
Brian T. Irwin ’93
William D. French ’94
Patrick L. Lehman ’95
Daniel Neie ’95
John D. Zarnowiecki ’95
Clement C. Dauk, Jr. ’96
Drew B. Anspach ’07
Nicholas R. Tenhundfeld ’07

Boilermaker Club
(Up to $99)
Al D. Croxall ’42
James A. Foster ’48
A.T. Sprich III ’53
Donald C. Himsel ’55
Frank P. Miller ’57
John H. Hager ’58
Lloyd C. Cooper ’59
Robert E. Gotschall ’59
Robert W. Butler ’60
James H. Helm ’60
John D. Burckell ’62
Ronald R. Clark ’62
William C. Bultman ’67
Stephen Freigherr ’67
Thomas J. Resh ’67
Terry K. Ryker ’69
John B. Fillion ’71
John M. Kensill ’71
Robert M. Freeman ’77
Grant T. McBee ’80
David G. Sturm ’81
James B. Wood ’84
John K. Doyle ’91
Jeff Decicco ’92
Alan W. Polster ’95
Anthony W. Roberts ’98
Jeffrey T. Short ’04
Nicholas W. Gibson ’09

"SAE contributed enormously to who I am today, I always carry a copy of the True Gentlemen with me."
‐ Wayne McIntyre ’64

The True Gentleman

“The True Gentleman is the man whose conduct proceeds from good will and an acute sense of propriety, and whose self-control is equal to all emergencies; who does not make the poor man conscious of his poverty, the obscure man of his obscurity, or any man of his inferiority or deformity; who is himself humbled if necessity compels him to humble another; who does not flatter wealth, cringe before power, or boast of his own possessions or achievements; who speaks with frankness but always with sincerity and sympathy; whose deed follows his word; who thinks of the rights and feelings of others, rather than his own; and who appears well in any company, a man with whom honor is sacred and virtue safe.”

- John Walter Wayland


Contact Information

P.O. Box 442100
Lawrence, KS 66044

Recent Donors

  • Robert S. Sternberger ’42
  • Richard W. Butler ’53
  • William N. Vinovich ’62
  • J. Michael Kensill ’71
  • Bradley L. Benhart ’92
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