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					Let Alpha Phi Plan Your Reunion
Planning an Alpha Phi reunion can seem overwhelming! Alpha Phi International can help. A complete, easy-to-follow reunion planning kit is available at the Executive Office. Please contact Alumnae Services at 847.475.0663 or alumnae@alphaphi.org. Or visit our Web site at http://www.alphaphi.org/reunion.html for more information.

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Seattle, Wash. alumnae host a special senior dinner in May for those graduating from Washington (Σ). Pictured (from left) are graduate Tynesha Gant, alumna Betty Stevenson Eberharter (Σ-Washington) and graduate Kristen Kennedy.

Mid-Atlantic Region
Volunteer Opportunities Available
Additional chapter advisers needed for: West Virginia (BI), Shippensburg (Θ ), Duquesne (EI), Lehigh (EΨ) and Pennsylvania (HI) Recruitment advisers: Maryland (∆Z) and
Villanova (HE)

HCB volunteers: Delaware (EN) Alumnae group assistance: Northern New
Jersey, Greater Philadelphia, DC/Maryland and Delaware

Contact Leadership Recruitment Coordinator Mendy Blair Chura (ΘN-Appalachian State) at 410.480.9531 or lchura@erac.com.
—Kim Watson

The CLS chapter’s 44 dues-paying members began the year with a successful kick-off event at a local restaurant. They continued their support of the community with the 4th annual Halloween party at Children’s Memorial Hospital. Members also sponsored a holiday book wrapping at a local bookstore in exchange for donations to be given to the Alpha Phi Foundation. The chapter recognizes members’ accomplishments by giving out two awards each year. Belia Gonzalez (EΩΛ-Texas A&M) was recognized with the Silver Service Award for her tireless efforts, creativity and dedicated service as a member of the CLS Executive Board. New Co-Vice President of Programming Janeen Moore (EB-Butler) received the Phenomenal Phi Award for her spirit and commitment to CLS. —Julie Sears Moon (∆E-Iowa)
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Mary Elva and Betty Gilroy Anderson (Y-

Washburn) were presented with 50-year pins.
Helaine Rogoff Bertsch (HZ-SUNY/Binghamton) is

now leadership development coordinator for the Northeast region. —Penelope Gray Finch (ΓP-Penn State)
GREATER HARTFORD CONTACT:

Jenifer Fox Romps (ΓN-Miami University) clsalphaphi@yahoo.com 773.528.6696

Elizabeth Pinner (BX-Bucknell) DRLU@home.com 860.673.5772

Boston, Mass.
Boston alumnae continue to offer exciting activities to attract new members, including the chapter’s first golf tournament, “Swing for the Alpha Phi Foundation,” held in June to benefit the Foundation.

Northeast Region North Central Midwest Region
Chicago Lake Shore, Ill.
Chicago Lake Shore (CLS) alumnae and four other Chicagoland alumnae chapters (Northwest Suburban, DuPage Valley, Western Villages and Rockford)

Greater Hartford, Conn.
Greater Hartford alumnae met at the home of Jo Anne Bena Pierce (Π-North Dakota) in October to

sponsored this year’s Founders’ Day event, a boat cruise luncheon. CLS President Jenifer Fox Romps (ΓN-Miami University), Sue Tinnish (B-Northwestern) and Cindy Meyers Plate (Γ-DePauw) organized the festivities. Alumnae from the five groups as well as local alumnae and collegians were invited. It was a great opportunity to exchange ideas about alumnae chapters, meet new sisters and celebrate Alpha Phi.

celebrate Founders’ Day. Members purchased gift wrap to benefit Panhellenic Association of Greater Hartford. A 50-year pin was presented to Lu Pinner (BX-Bucknell). A $100 donation was given to the Alpha Phi Foundation in honor of Marion Young Frank (H-Boston) for her outstanding contribution to the chapter since 1953 and her work for Panhellenic. The chapter went on a tour of Eastern Sports Network TV, led by ESPN employee and chapter member Meg Celmer Murphy (BO-Bowling Green State). The year ended with a potluck dinner at the home of Mary Elva Congleton Erf (BK-Denison).

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Central Oklahoma alumnae prepare to run/walk in the Race for the Cure, Oklahoma City.

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inaugural event exceeded expectations, with alumnae from the classes of 1955–2000 attending. All had a wonderful time at True Lounge in New York City. The future looks even brighter for the diverse, enthusiastic group. Thanks to the efforts and expertise of Jennifer Milstein Colbert (∆-Cornell), the chapter’s new Web site is up at www.nycalphaphi.org. There are even pictures from the first party on the site. The upcoming months’ schedule is being finalized, and area alumnae are welcome at all events. Some planned activities include ice skating at Chelsea Piers, a cocktail party, an event focussing on philanthropy goals and an evening at Saks Fifth Avenue for makeovers, courtesy of Chanel. —Tammy Skuraton (A-Syracuse)
NYC METRO CONTACT:

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Opportunity Wanted!!!!
Seeking women of all ages who can make a difference in the lives of vibrant young women to fill advisory roles at all levels. Duties include but not limited to providing leadership, guidance and support to collegiate women. Chapters of particular need include: Idaho (BZ), Oregon
(T), Oregon State (BY), CSU/Hayward (H∆), San Jose State (BΨ), UC/Davis (EP), UC/Berkeley (Λ) and CSU/Chico (ΘY). For

❷ Omaha
The May Omaha alumnae meeting, which invites Creighton’s (Θ∆) graduates, includes a surprise reunion between Theta Delta graduate Mary Beth McAlvey and her kindergarten teacher, Julie O’Meara Jernstrom (N-Nebraska). Mary Beth continues her education at UNMC medical school.

❸ Denver
(From left) Mary Lynn Winfrey, Carolyn Carder and Dayne Penny are honored as 50-year members during a luncheon of the Denver Mile High alumnae.

more information, contact Interim Leadership Recruitment Coordinator Shana Goss Smith (XMontana) at 360.297.8167 (hm), 360.297.8074 (wk) or e-mail gssmith@tscnet.com. PNW Regional Conference

Happy hours were held on the first Thursday of each month, either in Boston proper or the suburbs to accommodate the members’ various geographic locations. Other social activities included a duck tour of downtown Boston and a financial planning seminar. The hot Boston housing market prompted the chapter to hold a first-time homebuyer seminar. Great tips were offered to those who attended. In August, members hosted another successful open house to recruit new members and get in touch with former members. Those in the Boston area are invited to join. —Kim Norton-O’Brien (ZP-Bentley)
BOSTON CONTACT:

Jennifer Long Brady (A-Syracuse) nyc-alphaphi@juno.com 212.548.1762 and training session followed, led by Shana Goss Smith (X-Montana). —Joanne Finamore Godfrey (H∆-CSU/Hayward)
PORTLAND CONTACT:

Pacific Northwest Region
Portland, Ore.
Nearly 150 Portland area alumnae and collegians from Oregon (Tau), Oregon State (Beta Upsilon), Linfield (Theta Alpha) participated in the first area Founders’ Day luncheon in years. Nancy Lange Burnett (B∆-UCLA) and the Founders’ Day 2000 committee hosted the October event. Keynote speaker Nancy Morris Bosworth (EΓCSU/Sacramento) moved many with personal stories. Collegians entertained with songs and skits and reported on recruitment and philanthropic efforts. A beautiful, unique version of grace was sung by Tau chapter. A “Years in Alpha Phi” ritual honored 50year members, who were presented pins and given standing ovations. A collegiate chapter officer retreat

Mara Eddis Cowan (ZΓ-Santa Clara) mara_cowan@yahoo.com 503.625.9084

South Central Region
Greater Kansas City, Kan.
The year kicked off in September with a fabulous Italian dinner hosted by Debby Perkins Anderson (ΓΩ-Midwestern State). A Founders’ Day brunch Oct. 21 also honored 50-year members. Of the 13 honored, those present were Mary Ketchum Davis (Γ∆-Kansas), Dottie Dolson Lee (Γ∆-Kansas), Connie Schweiger Rode

Kimberly Small (ΘΠ-Christopher Newport) alum_ma_boston@alphaphi.org 617.923.2302

NYC Metro, N.Y.
NYC Metro alumnae are thrilled to be the newest members of the Alpha Phi family. The chapter’s

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Once upon a time. Ten women talked and laughed on a college campus. Ten women among a hundred men. Ten women who were forward thinking, who bought a house, wrote bylaws, set dues, invited members, created ceremonies, supported each other, and began a network across the world. Today, the legacy continues.

Your continued support allows Alpha Phi to address the changing needs of collegiate and alumnae members. To pay your annual International alumnae dues and Founders' Day pennies, return this form with $21.28 to the address below or visit our Web site at www.alphaphi.org/dues. Checks can be made payable to Alpha Phi International.
Name________________________________________________ Street Address__________________________________________ City_______________________________ State/Province______ Zip Code_____________ Home Phone________________________ Business Phone______________________ E-mail_____________________________ Chapter___________________________ _ Year of Initiation__________ Mail to: Alpha Phi International Fraternity 1930 Sherman Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201

(O-Missouri), Pat Fawcett Short (ΓΓ-Drury), Marian Mills Godfrey (Γ∆-Kansas) and Mary Brown Cain (Γ∆-Kansas). The women were presented 50-year pins, purchased by the Alpha Phi Society of Lawrence, Kan. Chapter members were honored to have former International President Phyllis Sims Selig (Γ∆Kansas) as guest speaker. During the summer, Lisa Cooke Harrison (Γ∆Kansas) participated in the Avon Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk in Chicago, raising $10,000 to help fight and find a cure for breast cancer. The event is near to Lisa’s heart because her mother died from the disease. Joining Lisa was Melissa Stern (Γ∆Kansas). —Vickie Wilford Byrd (∆H-Adrian)
GREATER KANSAS CITY CONTACT:

Central Oklahoma
After electing new officers, Central Oklahoma alumnae planned several events for the fall. An end of summer pool party was held in August. In September, the group hosted a day at the Omniplex, an Oklahoma City science museum, for Alpha Phis and their families. Alumnae even met at 8:00 a.m. on a Saturday morning to participate in a 5K walk, Race for the Cure, to support breast cancer research. Other events planned by the group included a wine tasting, State Day and an ornament exchanged during the holidays. —Bethany Anderson (Φ-Oklahoma)
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Southeast Region
Jacksonville First Coast, Fla.
Jacksonville First Coast alumnae continue to focus on philanthropy projects. Under the leadership of Philanthropy Chairperson Laura Chobanian (AΛ) the chapter completed three projects this year. “Hug-Me” heart-shaped pillows were made and donated to the pediatric cardiac care unit of Wolfson Children’s Hospital, where they are enthusiastically welcomed. Members adopted a single mother and her children during the holidays and gave them presents, clothing and much-needed furniture. The chapter also donated 144 stuffed bears to the children and other goodies for the hard-working staff at the Early Intervention Center for Newborns and Infants in Jacksonville. The chapter earns money for these projects through Belk’s Great Benefit Sale, garage sales and donations to the chapter’s account at the Nearly New Store. —Eleanor Wright Hughes (H-Boston)
JACKSONVILLE FIRST COAST CONTACT:

Kathie Behrel Warner (∆X-William Woods) monet4mom@aol.com 913.451.6215

Randa Ogletree (∆∆-Oklahoma City) randarenea@webtv.net 405.879.1099

Omaha, Neb.
Omaha alumnae work with Creighton (Θ∆) in addition to many fun activities on their calendar. Activities started in September with a pool party and an Alpha Phi Extraordinaire game in October. The holiday auction is always a highlight in November, and this year a Date Night and a Night Out were added to give alumnae a much-needed break. A pottery night, which has been “creatively interesting” in the past, and a Phi-esta to honor Theta Delta seniors concluded 2000’s activities. Thanks and congratulations to Nicole Sup Deprez (∆ -Nebraska/Kearney) for taking on the job of South Central region leadership recruitment coordinator. Members always enjoy sharing sisterhood and invite all area alumnae to attend meetings. —Sharon Coufal Hansen (N-Nebraska)
OMAHA CONTACT:

Topeka, Kan.
Topeka alumnae and collegians from Northeast Kansas gathered to celebrate Founders’ Day Oct. 9 at the Woodward, a historic Gothic-Tudor inn in Topeka. Alumnae designed, created and presented a pin pillow to each Washburn (Y) new member. The collegians were recognized with special awards, named in honor of Upsilon alumnae. Winners receive a piece of “traveling” Alpha Phi jewelry that once belonged to the alumna for which the award is named. Honors included outstanding rusher and outstanding freshman, sophomore, junior and senior members. A Loving Cup Ceremony was conducted by Upsilon chapter in honor of the Founders; alumnae observed from the inn’s library balcony. Twenty-five alumnae and 43 collegians attended. —Amy Meeker (Y-Washburn)
TOPEKA CONTACT:

Lucy Kazarovich (∆Y-Baldwin Wallace) lkazarovich@carolinacas.com 904.220.2437

Tampa Bay, Fla.
International President Jean Cameron Tindall (ΓNMiami University) was the perfect Founders’ Day speaker for the Tampa Bay alumnae chapter Oct. 7. Florida Tech (ΘZ) Chapter President Jill Fosness (ΘZ-Florida Tech) and nine other collegians joined the celebration. Fifty-year members Sarah Kelley Cubbon (BI-West Virginia), Ann Greene (BO-Bowling Green State), Hope Skipwith (BI-West Virginia), Margaret Horcher Penny (Ω-Texas) and Joan Anderson Porter (BA-Illinois and BM-Alabama) were honored. The Rose Ceremony was conducted by collegians and alumnae in honor of the Founders.

Amy Meeker (Y-Washburn) amy@treasurer.state.ks.us 785.235.9181

Sharon Coufal Hansen (Nu-Nebraska) SharonHansen1@home.com 402.289.5448

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Alpha Phi Memories

During college, you bought a T-shirt to remember every Alpha Phi date party, formal, homecoming and Founder’s Day. Now you’ve graduated. You have a job. Your boss wants you to wear a suit, not a T-shirt. What do you do with the drawers full of shirts? Marilyn Mason Thomas (BK-Denison) can turn your old T-shirts into a one-of-a-kind keepsake! She quilted the one pictured here, commemorating Alpha Phi’s Convention in Puerto Rico last summer. E-mail Marilyn at Floralsbymmt@aol.com for more information on creating your own quilt.

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Ashland Area, Ohio, alumnae host a Make It-Bake ItFake It fundraiser.

Denver, Colo.
After an open house in August to welcome new members, Denver alumnae celebrated fall with a “Mama Mia it’s Alpha Phi-a” Italian style party in September. A Founders’ Day fondue party was the theme for October, and members from Colorado School of Mines (IZ) were invited to join the celebration. November was marked by the annual charity auction and the installation of Colorado School of Mines in Golden (see Spring 2001 Quarterly for story). December included the annual holiday party, and a game of Bunko rolled in the new year. Chapter members plan to get in shape in February by learning new fitness techniques. Home fix-it is the topic for March, and care bear baskets will be prepared for collegians in April. The year will end with a Phi-esta potluck. Brandi Smith (ZM-Colorado State) participated in the Avon Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk in Santa Barbara, Calif. in October. She walked 60 miles to raise money for breast cancer research. —Audrey Dessauer (ZΠ-Case Western Reserve)
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Beth Tangeman (EΘ-Northern Iowa) is the chapter’s Woman of the Year. She also was an international Michaelanean winner for the Southeast region. Chapter members enjoyed heart-healthy Pampered Chef dishes for the holidays at Marcia Kuster Starke’s (∆Θ-Western Michigan) home in November. Goodie bags were stuffed during the meeting to support Theta Zeta members during exam week. Alumnae planned to once again sell red, white and pink poinsettias as the chapter’s primary fundraiser in December. The new year will launch with Sarasota alumnae joining Tampa Bay members for lunch. —Jo Flower (ΓΘ-Colorado College)
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with guest speaker Kathy Feeney Hiemstra (∆ΘWestern Michigan), Alpha Phi Foundation Board member, who spoke about the Foundation, the latest news and ways to contribute to the Foundation. Alumnae immediately decided to support the local collegiate chapter, Ashland (EA), with a monetary gift toward a Teeter Totter-athon which raises money for the Foundation. —Debby Bryden Gray (EA-Ashland)
ASHLAND AREA CONTACT:

Ann Hathaway Schar (EA-Ashland) abassoc@richnet.net 419.281.2525

Youngstown Area, Ohio
Youngstown Area alumnae set a goal this year to put Youngstown back on the Alpha Phi map. Chapter President Patti Ward Shears (BO-Bowling Green State) attended Convention 2000 and has new ideas and enthusiasm. Members met in November for a Weekenders’ Party with proceeds going to the Alpha Phi Foundation. —Patti Shears (BO-Bowling Green State)
YOUNGSTOWN AREA CONTACT:

Jo Flower (ΓΘ-Colorado College) 1815 Cypress Trace Drive, Safety Harbor, FL 34695

Tammy Miller-Davison (ZM-Colorado State) tmiller-davison@slginc.com 303.841.1505

Southwest Region
Denver Mile High, Colo.
Thirty-two Mile High alumnae met in July at the home of Jerry Briscoe Millie (E-Minnesota) for a summer potluck luncheon. Fifty-year pins were presented to three Colorado (BΓ) alumnae: Carolyn Metzger Carder, Mary Lynn “M.L.” Buchholz Winfrey and Dayne Tatge Penny. It truly was an afternoon of celebration and sisterhood. —Judie Tillett Stromberg (Π–North Dakota)
MILE HIGH CONTACT:

Patti Ward Shears (BO-Bowling Green State) PShears@aol.com 330.726.1943

Upper Midwest Region
Ashland Area, Ohio
Ashland Area alumnae are off to a great start this year. A newsletter arrived in the fall announcing awards from Convention and an exciting schedule of events. The chapter’s first meeting was Oct. 9 at Panache, a new restaurant in Ashland. Eleven members were present, including two new members, Jenell Fox (EA-Ashland) and Heather Hemminger (EA-Ashland). The evening was even more special

Judie Tillett Stromberg (Pi-North Dakota) 303.758.4213

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to these special Alpha Phis who have been part of our sisterhood for 75 years!
Arizona (BE) Minnesota (E) Oregon (T) Washington (Σ)

75years
Kathryn Garden Ruth Hubbard Gravelle Alice Whalley Holcomb Loretta McBarron Molzahn Virginia Dicke Munro Laura McLean Pembroke Helen Stangeland Smith
Wisconsin (I)

Lillian Osborne Derby Eloise Samuels Messinger Nelle Barton Williams
Boston (H)

Emma Joslin Babcock Pauline Moorhead Christie Muriel Nicholson Heine Grace Gardner Kasper
Missouri (O)

Elizabeth Parker Andrews Isabell Bragdon Herbert
Colorado (BΓ)

Marian Gilbert Cross Edwynne “Polly” CutlerRosenbaum Barbara Mulnix Schaefer Eleanor Brown Vernon
Cornell (∆)

Helen Hilton Buckley Mary Woodhouse Carr Emilie Holekamp Johannes
Montana (X)

Editha Barthel Brock Geraldine Spence Eberhardt Barbara Blythe King Doris Young Leth Clare Whitten McDonald Elizabeth Nash Peek
South Dakota (Ψ)

Sara Mosher Andrews
Stanford (K)

Dorothy VanWormer Coyle Dorothy Earl Foss Clara Brown Gans
Nebraska (N)

Elizabeth Bradshaw Magee Hope Williams Randolph Edna Johnson Sperry
Syracuse (A)

Louise Platt Lane Dorothy Wing Maxwell Kathryn Hannon Oldberg
DePauw (Γ)

Kathryn Frank Adams Irene M. Bear Betty Shrock Beck Mora Prosser Morris Madge Chadwick Rice Elizabeth Cook Ross Dorothy Hack Wilson Evalyn Oberreich Wright
Goucher (Z)

Doris Segur Bason Fern Pringle Bass Rachel Parham Carveth Catherine Stocks Cortright Margaret Daly Easter Ruth Woods Gardner Dorothy Heldt Lyon Helen Anderson Moore Lyndall Fisher Newens Maybelle Staats Ruth Carlile Topp
North Dakota (Π)

Phyllis Leonard Budd Carolyn Sutphin Cullings Harriet Gramlich Dworshak Helen Young Gray Helen Honsinger Halstead Ruth Stafford Peale Amy Woodmancy Tidd
Texas (Ω)

Mary Eschweiler Laura Linden Barbara Bacon McConnell Eleanor Bradford McDonald Mildred Pritzlaff Rediske Grace Wagner Roughton Jean Bartholemy Walgreen

Ruth Mantor
Toronto ( )

Louisa Britt Barr Frances Nicholson Finly Dorothy Sheppard Missbach Martha Jones Moore
Michigan (Θ)

Phyllis Carr Bruce Mildred Elmslie Kelly Madrienne Florance McLaughlin Marie Smith Miller Emily Squires Wabeke
Northwestern (B)

Edith Scott Banfill Anne Harris Blatz Dr. Miriam A. Brick Mann
UC/Berkeley (Λ)

Dorothy McGonigal Buffington Margaret Oconnell Hotop Adeline Wing Kershaw Phyllis Richards Kyle Margaret Hawkins McCarraher Mildred Rudell Palmer Helen Rutherford Caroline Inglis Spicer Amelia Behrhorst Stone
Michigan State (BB)

Jane Howell Hall Jane Whitlock Mason Katherine Reynolds Merrigold Edna Schofield Mullin Jane Gloor Scambler Janet Seely Swan
Ohio State (P)

Frances Behrend Burch Elizabeth Jenks Early Kathleen Horton Kaiser Barbara Walton Laventure Gordon Leupp Paul Avice Saint Jessamine Ball Schwaner
UCLA (B∆)

Mary Disher Mills Barry “Jean” Gilbert Savage
Oklahoma (Φ)

Marguerite Sprague Becker Ethel Egan Boertman Josephine Flinn Clark Margaret Moinet Hathaway Norma Schmitt Munro Margaret Marshall Murdock Dorothy Robinson Ross

Dorothy Gilbert Julia Reck Lamberton Mary A. Leach Kathleen Moore Lauraleen Farnham Walker

Marguerite Hummel Roberta Dozier Matschke Marion Bass Nelson Eleanor Leonard ODell Harriet Moreland Patton Lenore MacBeth Smith Jane Rowell Stewart Margaret Titus Alice Earley Walsh
Washburn (Y)

Frances Beck Frieda Dickey Butcher Dorothy Reynolds Crosby Ella Torluemke Shields

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Alumnae Initiates (AΛ) To Mike and Lynn Webb-David, a daughter, Emma Claire, Nov. 9, 2000. Akron (HΓ) To Rick and Lisa Nichols Temsey, a daughter, Alexis Paulette, May 18, 2000. Appalachian State (ΘN) To Harry “Ty” and Stephanie Whitaker Reid, a daughter, Jessica Taylor, July 31, 2000. Arizona State (ΓΠ) To Carl and Annette Morales Corvin, a son, Anthony Raphael, Feb. 3, 2000. To Kevin and Stephanie Hall Wool, a daughter, Madison Ashley, July 7, 2000. Baldwin Wallace (∆Y) To William and Kelly O’Hara Boyle, a son, James Aaron, May 12, 2000. To William G. and Suzanne Hadley McBrayer, a son, William G. V, July 10, 2000. Ball State (∆P) To J.R. and Sarah Cagle Dobbins, a son, Connor Alexander, Oct. 20, 1999. To Sean and Cheri Hinton Quillen, a son, Tristen Cole, June 22, 2000. To Beau and Cindy Pappas Swenson, a daughter, Lauren Elizabeth, March 1, 2000. Bentley (ZP) To Marc and Lorna Briganti DeWalle, a son, Alexander Christoffer, May 17, 2000. Bishop’s (HX) To J. Christopher “Frosty” Frost and Kelly Legge, a daughter, Kennedy Alexander, June 2, 2000. Boston (HΛ) To Theodore F. and Leslie Zimmerman Breck, a daughter, Eleanor Winifred, April 14, 2000. Bowling Green State (BO) To J. Mark and Maureen O’Leary Atkins, a daughter, Elizabeth Brynn, Dec. 17, 1999. Bryant (ΘB) To David and Deborah Travers Abbott, a son, Richard David Arthur, April 18, 2000. Butler (EB) To L. Jonathan and Jennifer Smathers Cleaver, a son, Jonathan Maxwell, May 31, 2000. To David and Kathryn Stevens Jessup, a daughter, Faye Catherine, Aug. 2, 2000. To Joseph A. and Paige Weirich Koos, a daughter, Makennah Ashton, Jan. 1, 2000. To Matt and Heather Ball Littlefield, a son, Andrew Blake, Jan. 16, 2000.

To Brian and Christy Jordan Minrath, M.D., a daughter, Samantha Marie, July 18, 2000. To Jorge and Jami Egolf Rodriguez, twin daughters, Jaryn Rylee and Jenna Nicole, June 27, 2000. Cal Poly (EX) To Bruce and Denise Stark Armstrong, a daughter, Makena Paige, Aug. 15, 2000. To Shane and Tami Anderson Reniker, a daughter, Lauren Delaney, Aug. 21, 2000. Case Western Reserve (ZΠ) To Bill and Lynette Rice Loesel, a son, Keegan Graeme, Oct. 3, 1999. Columbia (ZX) To Tobias Ruf and Shreosee Roy, a son, Byron Alexander, Aug. 3, 2000. Cornell (∆) To Michael Gammons and Rosemarie Aurigemma, a daughter, Kaleigh Ruth, June 22, 2000. To Mark and Patricia Cater Clegg, a daughter, Morgan Anne, July 27, 2000. To Marshall and Jana Chaiet Lew, a son, Bryan Matthew, May 17, 2000. To Theodore P. Enders and Deborah Skolnik, a daughter, Clara May, July 22, 2000. CSU/Hayward (H∆) To Tim Kelly and Kymberly Heisey, a daughter, Bryce Ashton, July 27, 2000. To Jon and Marcy Rother Hudson, a daughter, Carly Lyn, Nov. 21, 1999. To Stan and Annie Celada Kwong, a son, Ryan Robert, July 24, 2000. To John and Erica Larsen Pike, a daughter, Emma Jayne, July 4, 2000. CSU/San Bernardino (HB) To Jason and Tracy Draper-Plowy, a daughter, Lauren Margaret, June 27, 2000. Dayton (ZΨ) To Kevin and Catherine Kane McGarvey, a son, Kyle Patrick, May 8, 2000. To Jeffrey and Kristen Norvell Tell, a daughter, Kathryn Leigh, April 16, 2000. Delaware (EN) To John and Elizabeth Gropp Moore, a daughter, Charlotte Meriwether, Nov. 22, 1999. To Andy and Ruth Rogolsky Weissel, a daughter, Sara Jo, July 17, 2000. Drake (ΓO) To Jeff and Heather Roebken Reimann, twins, Blake William and Brooke Emile, July 23, 2000. Duke (BNΛ) To Michael and Carley McClure Davignon, a son, Robert Alan, Nov. 29, 1999. Duquesne (EI) To Rick and Renee Weber McGinn, a daughter, Amanda Elizabeth, June 4, 2000.

Eastern Illinois (ZA) To David and Caryl Gorski Anderson, a son, Riley David, May 10, 2000 To Myron and Sheryl Gruen Wolf, a son, Jacob Cole, April 7, 2000. Elmhurst (Z ) To Daniel and Georgia Chipain Veith, a daughter, Trinity Marie, Aug. 18, 2000. Emory (ΘΠ) To William and Jill Justis Magill, a son, Jack William, Aug. 31, 2000. Idaho (BZ) To Bradley J. and Alicia Larson Warr, a son, Jackson Edward, June 13, 2000. Illinois (BA) To Ron and Anna Metropoulos Amen, a daughter, Nicole, May 17, 2000. To Steve and Amy Reedy Brink, a son, James Reedy, April 7, 2000. To Douglas and Amy Stapleton Conderman, a daughter, Alyssa Lauren, Nov. 27, 1999. To John and Amy Hume Dwyer, a daughter, Grace Olivia, July 22, 2000. To Paul and Julie Hunsaker Seiler, a daughter, Natalie Karen, March 26, 2000. Illinois State (ZT) To Peter and Heather Mills Nash, a son, Conor Mills, June 16, 2000. Indiana (BT) To Daniel Ray and Annelisa Rhoades Bellack, a daughter, Hallie Anne, March 3, 2000. To Gregory and Laura BlackerbySmith, a son, Zachary Wilson, July 21, 2000. To Jeff and Jaci Allen Novak, triplets, Ian, John, and Katya, July 12, 2000. To Peter Henrik and Kirsten Lynn Rhoades Steiner, a daughter, Annika Lynn, Nov. 19, 1999. Indiana State (∆Π) To Mike and Pam Donaldson Chesher, a son, Reese Michael, Aug. 27, 2000. To Gerrit and Julie Parent Thompson, a son, Tyler Dean, May 13, 2000. Indiana U. Southeast (ZE) To Eric and Kristie Dooley Clark, a daughter, Hanna Lea, May 13, 2000. Iowa (∆E) To Alex and Heather Saunders Fox, a daughter, Makenzie Nicole, May 12, 2000. To Owen and Susan Lacher Schlaug, a son, Michael Owen, Oct. 15, 1999. To Steven and Kerstin Rajtora Smith, a daughter, Emerson Michaela “Emi”, Aug. 7, 2000. To Bruce and Martha TullySummerville, a daughter, Maeve Tully, Feb. 1, 2000. James Madison (ΘI) To Paul and Karen Saliter Bachrach, a daughter, Kayla Lauren, April 20, 2000.

Kansas (Γ∆) To Joseph and Kelly Fredrichs Proctor, twins, Jacob Michael and Lindsey Jo, Jan. 21, 2000. Kent State (BΩ) To Chris and Jennifer Jones Vassalotti, a son, Tyler Christopher, July 23, 2000. Linfield (ΘA) To Henrry and Tami Tyler Cabezas, a daughter, Alexis Helen, July 2, 2000. To Bryan and Joy Thomas Tayler, a daughter, Ella Kate, March 15, 2000. Loyola Marymount (ZB) To Kevin and Diana Kalty Swanson, a son, Ryan Charles, March 31, 2000. Marquette (Eta Mu) To Jeffrey and Amy Adamson Bresch, a daughter, Chloe Elizabeth, May 13, 2000. Miami University (Gamma Nu) To John and Rebecca BrewsterTaylor, a son, Spencer Amory, June 27, 2000. To John and Lisa Smith Dutra, a daughter, Lindsay Suzanne, Aug. 2, 2000. To Todd and Lisa Lewis Fenley, a daughter, Nicole Catherine, June 28, 2000. Michigan (Θ) To Sean and Krysten Prokopenko Baligian, a son, Jack Anthony, Aug. 31, 1999. To Chad and LeighAnn Hudkins Costley, a son, Ryan Benjamin, May 15, 2000. To Richard and Elizabeth Bryant Duffy, a son, Andrew Bryant, April 11, 2000. To David and Jeanne Consolo Eyde, a son, Anthony David, June 18, 2000. To Ken and Lisa Lutz Fenchel, a daughter, Laine Elizabeth, July 25, 2000. To Bill and Marci Powers Harris, a son, Matthew William, July 14, 2000. To David and Jennifer Hirl Taylor, a son, Andrew David, Jan. 17, 2000. Michigan State (BB) To Thomas and Anne Dreher Ault, a son, Patrick Dreher, May 4, 2000. To Curt and Gina Rongaus Berchtold, a daughter, Sarah Jean Louise, Aug. 31, 2000. To John and Joan Fox Turrentine, a son, Thomas Fox, March 21, 2000. Missouri (O) To Chad and Christina York Caldwell, twin daughters, Chloe Mary-Margaret and Clarisa EdaMarie, Oct. 8, 1999. To Brad and Karen Seibold Evans, a daughter, Amanda Nicole, Feb. 5, 2000. To Clark and Marilynn Schellert Gafke, a daughter, Lauren Theresa, Sept. 21, 2000.

To Michael and Laurie Douthit Ledonne, a daughter, Isabella Grace, Jan. 26, 2000. To Douglas and Tina Owen Neff, a daughter, Paige Marie, July 31, 2000. To Marc and Catherine McCandless Spane, a son, Devin Christopher, May 15, 2000. Moorhead State (∆Ω) To George and Diane Suedel Johnson, a daughter, Callie Joyce, Oct. 15, 1999. NC State (EΦΛ) To Dave and Wendy Pearson Wallace, a son, David Allen, Feb. 24, 2000. Nebraska (N) To Rusty and Penny Gregg Ford, a daughter, Joslyn Victoria, Dec. 7, 1999. To Tom and Mellissa Stubben Helligso, a son, Brody Thomas, May 28, 2000. Nebraska/Kearney (∆ ) To Eric and Aimee Basye Sanders, a daughter, Savanna Marybeth, June 17, 2000. New Hampshire (HA) To Paul and Leslie Frolich Alden, a son, Aaron Jacob, Aug. 11, 2000. North Dakota (Π) To Cory and Nicole Mack Chupka, a daughter, Tyra D., March 25, 2000. To Matthew and Renee Robideaux Fabian, a son, Matthew G. Jr., Feb. 20, 2000. To Alexander and Catherine Hostetter McDonald, a son, Patrick Alexander, Sept. 11, 2000. Northeast Missouri State (ΘΓ) To Rob and Cassie Payne Kampen, a daughter, Emily Ann, June 20, 2000. To Brett and Allison Crim Kleitz, a son, Alexander Rand, Aug. 1, 2000. To Tim and LeAnn Crim Maiers, a daughter, Megan Kimberly, Jan. 20, 2000. Northern Colorado (∆Γ) To Charles and Kirsten Eitel Herring, a daughter, Katherine Porter Stevens, Nov. 9, 1999. Northern Illinois (E∆) To John and Julie Magasas Agenlian, a son, Jonathon Steven, March 9, 2000. To Adam and Kim Cusack VanderWoude, a son, Jacob Adam, July 2, 2000. To Matthew and Paula Gorski Zondor, a son, Tyler Matthew, July 30, 2000. Northern Iowa (EΘ) To Hal and Betsy Houchins Lunsford, a son, Christian Houchins, Feb. 18, 2000. To Wade and Allyson Burr Stewart, a daughter, Devyn Claire, Aug. 5, 2000.

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North Texas (ΓH) To David and Laurie Taylor Davis, a son, Joseph William, May 9, 2000. Ohio State (P) To Joe and Calli Selzer Kohmann, a son, Jack Fredric, June 23, 2000. To Chuck and Julianne Kauscher Swayne, a daughter, Alexandra Nicole, April 27, 2000. To Louie and Susan Stealey Tomaro, a daughter, Micaela Stealey, April 19, 2000. Oklahoma (Φ) To Daryl J. and Nicole Possett Aeschliman, a son, Braden Charles, June 9, 2000. To Kelley and Lynn Bizzarri McNeal, a daughter, Courtney Brice, April 10, 2000. Oklahoma City (∆∆) To Chris and Liz Nelson Reiter, a son, Charles John, May 24, 2000. To Steven and Holly Auston Schmidt, a daughter, Sydney Elizabeth, Aug. 13, 2000. Oregon State (BY) To Jack and Debora Campbell Childress, twin daughters, Jacey McKenzie and Natalie Morgan, Oct. 18, 1999. To Ryan and Carey Corliss Headlee, a daughter, Peyton Ryan, July 21, 2000. Penn State (ΓP) To Keith and Stefanie Jones Knopp, a son, Levi Allen, Sept. 21, 1999. Pennsylvania (HI) To Xavier and Christina Lauchlan Sarabia, a son, Roberto Rolando, July 5, 2000. Purdue (∆M) To Brett and Sydney Goldberg Isley, a daughter, Makenna Maree, Oct. 22, 1999. Richmond (HΠ) To Zeke and Michelle Mrvica Mather, a son, Luke Edward, June 22, 2000. To Brian and Jennifer Grieveson Searls, a son, Justin Michael, Dec. 24, 1999. San Diego State (ΓA) To Jeff and Chrystal Hartford Farrow, a son, Matthew Dean, June 29, 2000. To John and Melissa Maher Fosdick, a daughter, Amanda Michelle, Dec. 7, 1999. To Javier and Nicole Fylpaa Hernan, a son, Andrés Mathias, March 3, 2000. To Bob and Heather Shelton-Rich, a daughter, Samantha Roberta, April 18, 2000. To Brandon and Leslie Gegna Rowe, a son, Noah Michael, July 26, 2000. San Francisco State (HΘ) To Robert and Rebecca Hesselroth Russell, a son, Jonathan Richard, May 19, 2000. San Jose State (BΨ) To Andy Garcia and Dianne Avelar, a son, Alexandre Roberto, July 24, 2000. To Brendan and Renee Giacomini Brewer, a son, Bennett Giacomini, June 23, 2000. To Mike and Stacy Tsuboi Proost, a daughter, Marissa Hideko, March 16, 2000.

Shippensburg (Θ ) To James A. Jr. and Jill Swerk Hulse, a son, Tyler James, June 24, 2000. To Richard and Whitney Kaufman Jinks, a daughter, Mary Allyn, April 28, 2000. South Dakota (Ψ) To Sean and Jami Johnson Casey, a son, Grant Dennis, Jan. 12, 2000. Southern Illinois (E ) To Larry and Holli Kirk Martin, a son, Connor Jonathan, May 23, 2000. Stanford (KΛ) To Don and Dara Denels Hogue, a daughter, Meghan Victoria, April 30, 2000. Texas (Ω) To Mike and Celina Cate Hemmeter, a son, Brayden Riley, March 11, 2000. To Kelly and Star Rowlett Pedron, a son, Trevor James, Aug. 30, 2000. To Michael and Stacey Boardman Purcell, a son, Cade Patrick, July 15, 2000. To Michael and Kristine “Kristi” Esteppe Westphal, a daughter, Reagan Elizabeth, July 19, 2000. Texas A&M (EΩ) To Britt and Andrea Cozad Brooks, a daughter, Alexis Taylor, March 29, 2000. Texas A&M (EΩΛ) To John and Ida Nash Ashley, a son, Garrett Townsend, July 5, 2000. To Joseph and Lara Joyce Henderson, a son, John David, July 6, 2000. To Lance and Susan Cohen Mandell, a son, Nathan Alexander, May 5, 2000. To Brandon Jennings and Anitra Wood, a son, Devin Isaiah, Sept. 20, 2000. Texas A&M/Commerce (∆B) To Brooks and Amanda Blair Britton, a son, Zachary Hunter, Sept. 4, 2000. To Keith and Regina Upchurch Stanley, a daughter, Haley Brooke, June 25, 2000. Texas Christian (ZN) To Russell and Susan Dennis Burton, a daughter, Elizabeth Blaire, April 26, 2000. Texas Tech (ΓI) To Joseph and Ellen Mackey Chuoke, a daughter, Annie Catherine, Feb. 15, 2000. To David and Robin Cassingham Mattair, a son, Nicholas, Nov. 19, 1999. To James and Julie Haygood Murff, a daugher, Jamie Lynn, Sept. 24, 1999. To Jeff and Kelly Plecker Shropshire, a daughter, Alexandra Noel, March 15, 2000. Toronto ( ) To Edward and Jana H. Chu Wong, a daughter, Catherine Mary, Oct. 17, 1999. Towson (HΩ) To Jason and Rose Costa Heilemann, a son, Jared Matthew, July 11, 2000. Tufts (ZΘ) To Thomas W. and Karen Stewart Rice, a daughter, Danielle Andersen, Aug. 7, 2000.

UC/Berkeley (Λ) To Jason and Kristin Gronsky Hannon, a son, Sean Joseph, July 28, 2000. UCLA (B∆) To Jim and Diane Nicholson Donovan, a son, Robert Nicholson “Nicholas”, Aug. 14, 2000. To Mel and Cari Tubb Fair, a daughter, Taylor Brooke, Aug. 21, 1999. UC/Santa Barbara (ΓB) To Morgan and Kristine Jensen Davey, a daughter, Kathryn Elizabeth, Aug. 22, 2000. To Mark and Staci Madden Erskine, a son, Grayson Olaf, July 18, 2000. USC (BΠ) To Mark and Kathleen Hale Martella, a daughter, Haley Kathleen, Aug. 18, 2000. Villanova (HE) To Robert and Marina Theodorous Marsh, a son, John Hunter, June 20, 2000. Virginia (ZI) To Brian and Shannon Kelso Sixbey, a son, Caedmon Miles, April 23, 2000. To Nathan and Heather Harris Yates, a son, Justin James, Sept. 23, 2000. Virginia Tech (HO) To Greg and Kelly Dillon Briers, a daughter, Kameron Delaney, March 24, 2000. To Michael and Tara Perkinson Hasenstab, a daughter, Evan White, Feb. 12, 2000. To Mark and Laura Gooding Schweitzer, a son, Benjamin Thomas, May 13, 2000. Washburn (Y) To Todd and Michele Vickers Love, a daughter, Alair Reid, Aug. 15, 2000. Washington State (BPΛ) To Bill and Cora Bowman Walker, a son, Matthew, Dec. 4, 1999. West Chester (EK) To Robert and Sherron Harmyk Quinn, a son, John Francis, March 19, 2000. Western Michigan (∆Θ) To Michael and Cindy Dyson Lohay, a daughter, Bianca Ann, July 26, 2000. To Sean and Kristin Ticknor Walters, a daughter, Olivia Mae, Sept. 17, 2000. Wisconsin (I) To Mark and Anne Royse Ginther, twin daughters, Katherine Anne and Mary Alice, May 1, 2000. To Thomas and Angela Tanner Mazanetz, a son, Tanner Anthony, March 22, 2000. Wisconsin/LaCrosse (∆K) To Chuck and Karen Nelson Cranford, a son, Garrett Richard, Dec. 21, 1999. To Kurt and Laurie Smith Holmberg, a daughter, Paulina Valerie, May 27, 2000.

Arizona (BE) Valerie Day to Kenneth “Trip” Barrett, July 29, 2000. Ashland (EA) Maria Fisher to Christopher Coleman, Aug. 19, 2000. Kelly Shanafelt to Tim Gilcrest, July 22, 2000. Abbie Grenert to Christopher Stanley, Sept. 9, 2000. Baldwin Wallace (∆Y) Cheryl L. Wanko to Matthew J. Adam, May 13, 2000. Ball State (∆P) Natalie Klump to Shawn Clements, July 15, 2000. Kathleen M. Lomont to Layne McDonald, Aug. 12, 2000. Boston (HΛ) Courtenay Duplex to Kevin Brown, Oct. 23, 1999. Michelle Clarke to Brian Butler, July 1, 2000. Erica Tunnicliffe to David Cohen, June 18, 2000. Bowling Green State (BO) Leslie Tew to Troy Brooks, Oct. 7, 2000. Jennifer Pijor to Timothy Burger, Oct. 14, 2000. Leslie Green to John E. Franklin, July 22, 2000. Kerri Branham to H. Dean Hudson, Sept. 2, 2000. Melissa Tamburrino to Stephen Karagiozis, July 8, 2000. Julie Hach to Adam Vavroch, Oct. 14, 2000. Butler (EB) Catherine Smith to Michael Cassidy, June 3, 2000. Kristine Masur to Brian Healey, Aug. 19, 2000. Sara Belzowski to John Horvath, Aug. 12, 2000. Heidi Keller to Burdette Phillips, Sept. 9, 2000. Sonda Meyer to Jeff Sorg, July 8, 2000. Cal Poly (EX) Darcie Poston to Eric Garcia, June 17, 2000. Cameron (ΘP) Amber Shelkett to Joshua Mallow, Aug. 5, 2000. Case Western Reserve (ZΠ) Crystal Witkowski to Robert Flynn, M.D., June 10, 2000. Central Missouri State (ΘΛ) Dawn Michelle Snow to Charles Henry “Hank” Grabowski II, Jan. 29, 2000. Heidi C. Krausch to Matthew S. Lencz, Nov. 18, 2000. Michelle Ballard to Brandon Walters, Oct. 7, 2000. Chapman (HY) Catherine Giaimo to Michael-Ryan Fletchall, March 11, 2000. Christopher Newport (ΘΦ) Carrie Beth Meekins to Donald Dilworth, Oct. 4, 2000. Colorado (BΓΛ) Jennifer Bullock to T.J. Guccini, July 15, 2000.

Sara Hamilton Miller to Theodore Robert Hobbs, Aug. 14, 1999. Jennifer Swanson to Chad Parson, Sept. 9, 2000. Michelle Davis to Tim Rusch, July 22, 2000. CSU/Chico (ΘY) Linda Cashin to Scott Walter Frolich, June 17, 2000. Melanie Courtney to Steven Prchal, July 8, 2000. CSU/Hayward (H∆) Charleen Ivanov to Tom Silva, July 29, 2000. CSU/Northridge (EY) Juli Bellante to Bryan Maloney, July 24, 1999. Amy DiGiacomo to Roger Metz, April 29, 2000. CSU/Sacramento (EΓ) Jennifer Rappeport to Anthony Gouvaia, July 8, 2000. Cindy McClure to Rod Scaccalosi, Sept. 5, 1999. CSU/San Bernardino (HB) Liza Mae Kucera to John Paul Wilson, Aug. 5, 2000. Dayton (ZΨ) Julie Sutherland to Tony Krabill, June 24, 2000. DePauw (Γ) Rachael Royster to Dirk Patrick Melton, June 17, 2000. Holly Swift to Sean Rotermund, Aug. 5, 2000. Drake (ΓO) Elizabeth Johnson to Lucas Baumgartner, May 20, 2000. Amy Meyland-Smith to Gregory Jones, Sept. 25, 1999. Megan Walker to Keith Ptak, June 10, 2000. Kris Ann Pinekenstein to Christopher Schultz, June 24, 2000. Duquesne (EI) Barbie Minnich to James Weamer, June 17, 2000. Jennifer Schuck to Jeffrey Whittaker, June 10, 2000. East Carolina (∆A) Jennifer Cole to Rick Smith, June 24, 2000. Eastern Illinois (ZA) Sherry Miller to V.J. Bellafiore, July 22, 2000. Lisa Fragassi to Michael Judy, Sept. 25, 1999. Laura Rankin to Philip Martinek, Sept. 1, 2000. Kathy Kooy to Ryan Shone, Sept. 9, 2000. George Mason (HΛ) Elizabeth Schweitzer to Tom Hoban, Sept. 9, 2000. Beth Hutton to Rudi Williams, Aug. 12, 2000. Hofstra (ΘM) Maria Bellia to Michael Abbate, July 23, 2000. Illinois (BA) Kathy Axe to Bob Benson, Sept. 23, 2000. Amy Stolpa to Alfonso Flores, Sept. 2, 2000.

Marriages
Adrian (∆H) Amy Jo Newland to Dave Krawczyk, Oct. 28, 2000. Appalachian State (ΘN) Teresa Armstrong to Todd Cich, June 24, 2000.

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Leanna Gray to Brett Giltmier, April 1, 2000. Alison Ton to Ward Hand, Oct. 7, 2000. llinois State (ZT) Rashel Rokita to Michael Campbell, June 24, 2000. Leigh Anne Girard to Rick Rosich, Sept. 11, 1999. Indiana (BT) Melanie Kwasniewski to Michael Atwood, Aug. 12, 2000. Amy Kentner to Kyle Lynam, July 1, 2000. Jayne Kisner to Steven MacLaughlin, March 15, 2000. Indiana State (∆Π) Alisha Travis to Mark Bernhardt, June 10, 2000. Jennifer Hilburn to Jim Black, June 10, 2000. Laura Skelton to Brandon David, July 22, 2000. Missy Hanson to Mark Haley, Nov. 27, 1999. Missy Capps to Andy McComb, March 25, 2000. Tammy Bartley to Kevin Patrick, Aug. 6, 2000. Mandy Capps to Branch Schrader, May 27, 2000. Leah Berndt to Corey Simon, July 22, 2000. Nicole Remesnik to Mike Sumner, Oct. 2, 1999. Indiana U. Southeast (ZE) Jennifer Partenheimer to Michael Berrong, June 10, 2000. Iowa (∆E) Elizabeth Falbo to Brian Barrow, Dec. 30, 1999. Iowa State (Z∆) Nancy Albright to John Campbell, Oct. 7, 2000. Kent State (BΩ) Nikole Skinner to Brian Ambriola, July 15, 2000. Laura Gladd to Aaron Barber, Sept. 16, 2000. Rachel Downend to Jeremy Pemble, Sept. 4, 1999. Lafayette (HΣ) Marianne Turner to Chris Rooney, May 26, 2000. Genine Darrough to David Schwartz, May 25, 2000. Linfield (ΘA) Alicia Boekhoff to James Atherton, July 22, 2000. Loyola Marymount (ZB) Amy Bolduc to Scott Altenberg, April 15, 2000. Marianne Hill to Glen LaBarber, Sept. 10, 2000.

Marquette (HM) Elizabeth Schmitt to Jeffrey Mark, July 15, 2000. Maryland (∆Z) Whitney A. Maltese to Mark Callahan, Sept. 2, 2000. Miami University (ΓN) Christy Bucher to Eric Fouts, Aug. 19, 2000. Michigan (Θ) Jennifer Hartline to Dr. Daniel Edwards, Aug. 11, 2000. Julie Was to Chris Heineman, July 8, 2000. Allison Davis to David Paul, Sept. 2, 2000. Midwestern State (ΓΩ) Michelle Davis to Richard Davis, Nov. 20, 1999. Christine Clark to Gregg Fields, June 8, 2000. Jana Moore to Tracy Gandy, July 14, 2000. Amy Park to Robert Propp, June 17, 2000. Minnesota (E) Kristin Holmgren to Jason O’Shea, July 10, 2000. Heather Gibbons to Thomas Remes, Sept. 30, 2000. Missouri (O) Kathleen Hadd to Todd Bonifant, July 17, 1999. Michelle Hamilton to Brian Parks, May 20, 2000. Kathryn Ferguson to Jason Wittmer, Dec. 4, 1999. Angela Gagliano to Jason Yamnitz, June 6, 2000. Nebraska (N) Eva Booth to David Ebert, Oct. 1, 1999. Jane Konopik to Dr. Gene Giles, June 23, 2000. Tara Gestring to Scott Keetle, July 7, 2000. Nebraska/Kearney (∆ ) Jenny Hill to Rob Bentley, June 24, 2000. Jaime Rother to Jason Hatcliff, June 17, 2000. Sarah Whitney to Matt Kaminski, May 27, 2000. Jill S. Wehner to Rob M. Thomas, Sept. 2, 2000. Northeast Missouri State (ΘΓ) Kristen Cook to Paul Dickinson, Aug. 18, 2000. AnneMarie Heinrich to Sean Kirby, Sept. 2, 2000. Amy McFarland to Chris O’Keefe, Sept. 2, 2000. Carolyn Money to Jeff Valade, Sept. 15, 2000. Jennifer Strobl to Eric Vehige, Oct. 7, 2000.

Northern Colorado (∆Γ) Denise M. Dietz to James C. Desmond, Sept. 2, 2000. Michele McClinton to Bradley J. Osborn, Sept. 16, 2000. Julie Hebenstreit to Doug Schneider, July 29, 2000. Northern Iowa (EΘ) Angela Anderzhon to Jason Atterberry, March 18, 2000. North Texas (ΓH) Cristin Seitz to John Gus Boaz, Sept. 3, 2000. Northwestern (B) Stacey Kanofsky to Loren S. Cohen, July 22, 2000. Kathryn Peterson to Jeff Haydon, July 15, 2000. Ohio State (P) Kristy Black to Gary Young, July 15, 2000. Jennifer Roskoph to Matthew Younker, Oct. 14, 2000. Oklahoma (Φ) Kristine Covais to Jeffrey Alexander, May 27, 2000. Old Dominion (EH) Tanya Phillips to James Area, Dec. 22, 2000. Kristy Turpak to Christopher Gibson, Nov. 18, 2000. Denise Shrader to Samuel Douglas Harmon, Aug. 15, 2000. Elizabeth Bren Hanson to Scott Howell, Dec. 16, 2000. Mary Anderson to Michael Zwicker, Aug. 14, 1999. Oregon State (BY) Heather Marie Adams to Todd Michael Mohr, Aug. 12, 2000. Jamie Woodcock to John Wyland, Jan. 15, 2000. Puget Sound (ΓZ) Mary Kathleen Sabin to Kerry Person, July 22, 2000. Purdue (∆M) Missy Roll to Doug Burnham, May 27, 2000. Carrie Hilb to Vincent Zito, May 27, 2000. Rensselaer (ΘT) Sally Valdez to Eric Schubert, June 3, 2000. Theresa A. Rajczi to Gary W. Wittkopf, July 8, 2000. Rochester (ΘK) Jodi Fontes to Daniel Grundig, July 8, 2000. San Diego (HP) Ashley A. Adolph to Travis Farrell, Sept. 2, 2000. Kassandra Lips to Mark Fisher, Sept. 27, 2000. Tamara Harris to Steve Malik, Sept. 23, 2000.

Samantha Sennett to Stewart Reid, May 19, 2000. San Francisco State (HΘ) Sandra Pritchett to Richard Marcel, Feb. 26, 2000. San Jose State (BΨ) Kathleen McDonald to Michael Clarke, June 10, 2000. Shelly Henry to Michael Demko, July 29, 2000. Donna Kim-Miyamura to Ryan Fredrick, May 20, 2000. Tasha Souza to Paul Hoerl, July 8, 2000. Santa Clara (ZΓ) Kirsten Ashton to Keith Mello, May 20, 2000. Seton Hall (HH) Theresa Fitzpatrick to Adam Diglio, Nov. 4, 2000. Southern Illinois (E ) Teneil Kellerman to Billy Hall, July 22, 2000. Megan Mitchell to John Maroney, June 24, 2000. Carrie Buchanan to Todd Williams, April 8, 2000. Southern Utah (ΘΣ) Katherine Kamachi to Gregory Adolpho Jr., July 3, 2000. Neeley Wilson to Ryan Kay, Aug. 12, 2000. SUNY/Binghamton (HZ) Janine Coppola to David Kniola, July 22, 2000. SUNY/Cortland (HT) Melissa Klotz to Kenneth Kneisel, March 18, 2000. Kara Jamin to Michael Naus, June 16, 2000. Syracuse (A) Jennifer Nycz to Christopher Connor, Oct. 7, 2000. Jill A. Carpenter to Martin J. Dolan, Jan. 28, 2000. Paige Moses to David Lewin, April 29, 2000. Amber Quist to Craig Moody, June 11, 2000. Texas (Ω) Kelly Simons to Shane Alexander, July 15, 2000. Laura M. Rooney to William David Floyd, July 1, 2000. Texas A&M (EΩΛ) Karen L. Rice to Joshua Le Blanc, Dec. 16, 2000. Erin Joyce to David Pacione, Oct. 16, 1999. Texas A&M/Commerce (∆B) Amanda Blair to Brooks Britton, Nov. 27, 1999. Texas Tech (ΓI) Kelley Morrow to Micah Bodine, May 27, 2000.

Jennifer Liles to Nathan Brinkley, July 8, 2000. Tiffany Huckabay to Audie Wright, Jan. 8, 2000. Towson (HΩ) Kimberly Oxenberg to Bradley Blanken, Nov. 18, 2000. Glori Goldstein to Mark Engel, May 27, 2000. Jennifer Berent to Alexander Polychronakos, Sept. 10, 2000. Amy Stimweis to Joseph Schumer, PhD, May 6, 2000. Truman State (ΘΓ) Nicole Harman to Greg Marshall, Sept. 2, 2000. UC/Berkeley (Λ) Melissa Arlen to Dan Brady, May 27, 2000. UC/Davis (EP) Nancy Kehrli to Kenneth Ahnemann, August 5, 2000. Celeste Flosi to David Deggeller, May 27, 2000. UC/Santa Barbara (ΓB) Leslie Margetich to Elio Franchi, Sept. 25, 1999. Jennifer Romano to Michael Zalle, Aug. 5, 2000. Carrie Jacobs to Eric Tuomi, July 2, 2000. UNC/Asheville (ΘX) Leah Payne to Brad Noel, May 21, 2000. UNC/Wilmington (H ) Jennifer Baughan to David Mertus, July 29, 2000. USC (BΠ) Heidi Johnson to Dane Elliott, July 22, 2000. Villanova (HE) Stacey Walczak to Timothy Locascio, Oct. 9, 1999. Jennifer Cieslinski to Steve Tufillaro, July 28, 2000. Virginia (ZI) Dina Alvarez to Timothy O’Hanlon, July 31, 1999. Virginia Tech (HO) Krista Briggs to Alexander Calfee, Sept. 9, 2000. Brooke Budreau to Robert Kyle, June 3, 2000. Carrie Cayton to William McAteer, April 15, 2000. Robyn Williams to Chris Oskuie, April 29, 2000. Washington State (BPΛ) Jennifer Brazas to Mark Davies, Sept. 11, 1999. Robin Smith to Greg Garrison, June 17, 2000. Darice Johnson to Scott Hermann, Dec. 4, 1999. Carolyn Holt to Matthew Kochevar, June 24, 2000.

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Elizabeth Demory to Mike Shanaman, Sept. 17, 1999. Washington University (ZY) Laura Levine to Jordan Frank, May 28, 2000. West Chester (EK) Jennifer L. Kaba to Robert B. Joiner, July 15, 2000. Western Michigan (∆Θ) Heather Nagel to Robert Lathers, Feb. 19, 2000. Jennifer Wiklund to Jerry Lawson, Sept. 30, 2000. Carrie Sherman to Jon Pryor, July 22, 2000. Michelle Romano to Matt Rockwood, Sept. 16, 2000 (initiated HB-CSU/San Bernardino). West Virginia (BI) Kim Rishel to Dave Tetrick, Aug. 19, 2000. Wichita State (Γ ) Jennifer Briley to Jason Cox, Aug. 28, 1999. William Woods (∆X) Tangelia Hinson to Matthew Ketcherside, June 24, 2000. Dr. Judith Brooks to Michael Moore, July 16, 2000. Wisconsin/LaCrosse (∆K) Dana Prusko to Matt Schumacher, Dec. 10, 1999. Wisconsin/Stout (ΓΣ) Jennifer Skinner to Jason DeShaw, June 24, 2000.

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American University (B ) Wilva Hankinson Connelly (’38), May 28, 2000. Arizona State (ΓΠ) Vicki Halbert Silverman (’67), March 29, 2000. Ashland (EA) Cathleen VanOsdall Donges (’67), Feb. 25, 2000. Baldwin Wallace (∆Y) Pauline Roehm (’65), July 9, 2000. Bowling Green State (BO) Barbara Stein Swinehart (’53), Sept. 13, 2000. Martha Ann Winkle (’83), July 8, 2000. British Columbia (BΘ) Geraldine McDonnell McAtee (’49), Aug. 4, 2000. Cornell (∆) Katherine Long Bobbitt (’30), May 15, 2000. Denison (BK) Elise Bonnet Bevers (’38), March 13, 2000. DePauw (Γ) Margaret Jones Wiles (’32), July 6, 2000. Goucher (Z) Shirley Johnson MacKenzie (’41), Sept. 20, 1999. Idaho (BZ) Freda White Terry (’28), Aug. 28, 1999.

Indiana University/ Pennsylvania (∆Φ) Florence Fitzhonts Simpson (’65), April 26, 2000. Loyola Marymount (ZB) Nicole Simas (’98), July 4, 2000. Manitoba (BH) Edith Mitchell McIntosh (’29), March 29, 2000. Marquette (HM) Amanda C. Runke (’97), October 7, 2000. Maryland (∆Z) Patricia Murphy Scott Perryman (’63), April 27, 2000. Miami University (ΓN) Nancy Friedman Fingerhut (’80), Nov. 22, 1999. Michigan State (BB) Carol Cohagen (’61), June 25, 2000. Ruth “Scottie” McNeal Wonch (’42), April 11, 2000. Missouri (O) Hazel Cloughley Kepler (’22), July 19, 2000. Montana (X) Mary Emily Elliott Farrell (’28), May 18, 2000. Nebraska (N) Sandra Ledingham Carnesecca (’53), Aug. 5, 2000. North Dakota (Π) Elvira Bitzan Limburg (’30), Jan. 6, 2000.

Northwestern (B) Hazel Kahle Williams (’32), Aug. 27, 2000. Oklahoma (Φ) Elise Breeding Miller (’66), March 11, 2000. Carol Jean Swank (’69), March 21, 2000. Frances Wozencroft Neal (’37), Aug. 16, 2000. Oklahoma City (∆∆) Linda Krivy Crump (’82), April 13, 2000. Oregon (T) Marilyn Morris Austin (’43), June 12, 2000. Purdue (∆M) Jane Justice Miller (’63), March 8, 2000. Susan Riley Snider (’65), March 19, 2000. San Diego State (ΓA) Christina Black Clapperton (’69), June 19, 2000. Stanford (K) Martha Burnett Motheral (’25), Oct. 2, 1999. Syracuse (A) Suzanne Nelson Hearty (’55), Aug. 2, 2000. Texas (Ω) Doris Wilde Henley (’42), July 16, 2000. Linda S. Tixier (’59), Aug. 13, 1999.

UC/Berkeley (Λ) Nancy Merritt Crippen (’43), Sept. 9, 1999. Charlotte Gunn Kruger (’29), May 4, 2000. Dorothy MacGavin Wilkins (’31), Feb. 28, 2000. UC/Davis (EP) Lorrie Tarlton DeLoach (’79), Jan. 6, 2000. UCLA (B∆) Jane Carter Fast (’36), June 21, 2000. Harriett Burdette Gage (’33), July 12, 2000. Dorothy Louise Secrest Spaeth (’29), May 3, 2000. Helen Moir Southworth (’37), June 3, 2000. Elizabeth Campbell Westcott (’24), May 7, 2000. Washburn (Y) Dorothy Ann Gordon Broadhurst (’42), Aug. 5, 2000. Washington (Σ) Nyla Barnes Crane (’61), March 21, 2000. Washington State (BP) Norma Hutchison Waitman (’50), June 8, 2000. Wisconsin (I) Dorothy Hastings Street (’22), Dec. 27, 1999.

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Gallery Named to Honor Alumna
The Birmingham Museum of Art honored Eivor Holst Callahan ( -UC/Berkeley) and her husband, Dr. Alston Callahan, with the dedication of the Eivor and Alston Callahan Gallery of Indian and Southeast Asian Sculpture. The gallery displays the Callahans’ most recent museum gift, a 12th Century Khmer sculpture. Eivor is a long-time devoted member of the Birmingham/Tuscaloosa alumnae chapter. Her husband is founder of the Callahan Eye Foundation Hospital in Birmingham, Ala.

Roxanne Westphal is Wisconsin’s Ambassador to the World Roxanne Marie Westphal (GLMarquette) is Wisconsin’s 53rd Alice in Dairyland. The Alice position, a full time marketing and public relations job with the Wisconsin Department of Roxanne Westphal Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, allows her to travel throughout the world for a year, working as Wisconsin’s “agriculture ambassador.” Before her selection as Alice, the 27-yearold was morning and noon news anchor at top-rated WEAU television station in western Wisconsin. She holds a degree in broadcast journalism.

Elizabeth Davis Named to Susan G. Komen Foundation Board
The Missouri Regional Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation named Elizabeth Tenorio Davis (O-Missouri) to its board of directors. The international Komen Foundation hopes to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease through research, education, screening and treatment. This is Elizabeth’s second term on the board and she serves as an executive officer. Prior to graduation from Missouri School of Law in May 1998, Elizabeth held an internship with the Missouri Attorney General’s Office and served as editor-in-chief of the University’s Journal of Dispute Resolution, a legal publication written by students in the top quarter of their law school class.

We Knew You Could Do It
What started as taking classes “for fun” turned into a Ph.D. for Gayle Whitesell (E-Minnesota). The 65-year-old was the oldest woman graduate at the University of Minnesota’s spring 2000 ceremony. Gayle Gayle Whitesell received a doctorate in community education. A citizen activist in Community Education (C.E.) for 30 years, she earned state and national awards in her field. She is a founding member of NAC-NCE, the National Advisory Council Network for Community Education and holds a master’s degree in library science. Gayle surveyed hundreds of Community Education directors and advisory council members as part of her dissertation, focusing on an emerging model of Community Education and the impact of citizen involvement.

Eivor Callahan (center) is pictured at a Callahan Gallery reception and dedication with Birmingham/Tuscaloosa Chapter President Carolynne Bond Kent (ΓΛ-Houston), left, and Treasurer Mary King Jones Dunkin (BMAlabama).

Tricia Goeke is New Senior Manager of Cincinnati Arthur Andersen Spotlight on Professional Phi Sheree Clark (A ) was featured in the Des Moines (Iowa) Business Record’s “60 Seconds” profile. Sheree is principal of Sayles Graphic Design, specializing in print and visual communications and dimensional design. Her third book, Get Noticed: Self Promotion for Creative Professionals (North Light Books, $29.99; ISBN: 0891349855), was released this year. According to the profile, her biggest career break was “cold-calling MCA Records in Los Angeles and selling a project on the spot: the cover design for Lynyrd Skynyrd’s greatest hits album, one of the last 33 rpm records produced. The visibility really helped put Sayles Graphic Design on the map.” Tricia M. Goeke
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