Nard, Patrick Posted: 12/29/2010 2:56:37 PM Class of 2012 Posted by an administrator After sending 25 brothers to BLTW, the Fall semester began with recruitment chairman, Christopher Bell, 2013, heading our most successful recruitment period yet, extending 24 bids, retaining 20, with 18 expected to be initiated into our brotherhood of over 100 actives.
Skaggs, Steven, Class of 2003 New job: Director Program Delivery, Lowe's Companies Personal: Bethany and I recently celebrated our 5th wedding anniversary; our son Carson recently turned 1. Regards, Steve Skaggs
Murphy, Steven, Class of 1999 Brothers, I have been accepted at Yale School of Management as an MBA candidate to begin in July 2013. I will take the course work will I work to grow our Greenwich CT medical practice. I am accepting summer interns as well. Call the office at 203-340-9611.
Gleixner, Michael "Mike", Class of 1980 I am the Quality Systems Manager at State of the Art, Inc. in State College, PA, and my wife, Paula, is an FCS teacher at the Bellefonte, PA Middle School. We have 2 daughters (Abigail, 28, and Alison, 24), and a grandson, Kyle, who is 3. Abby is an Art teacher at the Pennsbury Area High School in Fallsington, PA, and Ali is an Art Education graduate student at the University of Texas, Austin.
Wells, William "Bard", Class of 1979 Sally and I recently built a house and moved to Fayetteville, WV. If you are traveling through WV on Rte 19, we are located 1.5 miles from the New River Gorge Bridge. We invite any brothers to stop by and see us if you are passing through. We had a good crowd for the 5th Annual Whitewater Weekend in July. Bruce Hartshorn, Steve Levis, Dave Chernuta, Dirk Matson, Dan Johnson, Byron Woodrum and Ron Petherbridge came down for some whitewater rafting and smallmouth bass fishing. We finished the weekend off with the famous Fayetteville Pub Crawl.
Lohr, Jeffrey "Jeff", Class of 1966 Margie and I recently retired and, after 35 happy years in Charlotte, Nprth Carolina, we packed up our belongings and moved to Portland, Oregon. The obvious question is; "why"? The answer, simple; “to be near our son and his family". If you are ever in the northwest, look us up.
Jones, Robert, Class of 1949 I was imitated in the Fall of 1945; that's 64 years a Sig and it feels better every year! The Old House on campus was occupied by the military so the Sigs lived in an apartment downtown but many of us pledges lived in boarding houses down town. We all moved back into the Old House the next semester, where I was initiated. We pledges, many ex-GI's, spent many pledge nights digging out the basement to install a bar and party room!