Chapter Eternal

In Loving Memory

This page is dedicated to remembering our Brothers and the love they had for Sig Tau and their fellow chapter members. If a Brother is listed on this page it is because their passing was reported to Sig Tau Headquarters.

Family members are always welcome and encouraged to donate the member’s Badge and important Sig Tau artifacts to the Fraternity’s archives and museum in Indianapolis, IN.

Chapter Eternal entries will be kept on this page for a minimum of 90 days from the date of posting by Headquarters. To report a member who passed, please send an email to

Chapter Eternal List

This list is updated twice annually. It was last updated on June 30.

Helmuth Albrecht, UW – Stout ’57

Robert Aper, Illinois State ’91

Robert Atkins, Central Missouri ’40

Jack Balderson, IU Pennsylvania ’54

Mohamed Bazzi, Penn State Behrend ’12

John Bell, Southeast Missouri ’52

Jack Berg, IU Pennsylvania ’58

Paul Billy, Frostburg State ’88

James Brewer Jr., Central Arkansas ’73

Howard Blackman, Frostburg State ’90

Theodore Bricker, Truman State ’62

Patrick Browne, East Carolina ’16

Marshall Cabe, Cameron ’11

Phillip Cabe, Cameron ’15

William Cable, Truman State ’53

John Capps, Truman State ’57

Jeffrey Carlson, Sam Houston ’92

Jeffrey Carlson, UW – River Falls ’92

Mike Carter, Central Missouri ’96

Sean Carter, Millersville ’00

John Coen, Fort Hays ’54

Ernest Collette, UW – Stout ’50

Frank Cordaro, Northern Iowa ’71

Ed Curtis, Central Missouri ’65

James Dail Jr., East Carolina ’78

Leight Davis, Winona State ’79

Joseph Diamond, Fairmont State ’49

Arnold DiDomenica, Southeastern Louisiana ’53

Steven Dill, Cleveland State

Eddy Dow, Western Michigan ’50

Edward Dye, Slippery Rock ’61

David Ebersole, Missouri S&T ’72

Peter Egelhoff, UW – Oshkosh ’65

Anton Fellner, Slippery Rock ’11

Donald Ferch, Cleveland State ’63

Merle Fink, Central Missouri ’58

Donald Fister, Harris–Stowe ’56

Robert Fluharty, Black Hills ’50

David Frick, IU Pennsylvania ’54

William Garber, Clarion University ’48

Harold Gentry, Northwest Missouri ’62

Charles Greene, Northwest Missouri ’47

Donald Hansen, SIU Carbondale ’70

Raymond Hauswirth, UW – Oshkosh ’62

David Hawley, Frostburg State ’86

Connie Hembree, Wife of 12th National President, W.T. ‘Bill’ Hembree

Fred Hill, Southwestern Oklahoma ’64

Joseph Hill, Truman State ’77

Donald Horton, SUNY Oswego ’51

John Howard, West Chester ’68

Mayo Huisman, Northern Iowa ’49

Andrew Jeffress, Missouri–St. Louis ’14

Robert Kaczynski, UW – Oshkosh ’63

Thomas Kacznyski, UW – Oshkosh ’65

Lance Keisler, UW – Stout ’62

Dale Kempf, Valparaiso ’60

James Kilmer, Central Missouri ’37

Wade Kuehl, Moorhead State ’66

Thomas Kuzila, Central Missouri ’84

Douglas Lewellyn, Illinois ’80

David Lewis, Murray State ’96

Robert Libby, Truman State ’58

Charles Marr, Edinboro ’79

John Marvel, Oklahoma ’41

Paul Mikkelson, Black Hills ’84

Kevin Miller, Truman State ’78

John Muchow, UW – Stout ’61

Charles McClain, Truman State ’73

Ralph McFarland, Northwestern State ’42

Nick Minichillo, Ball State ’46

Carl Nicholson Jr., Pittsburg State ’64

Edward Noffke, Eastern Illinois ’42

James Odom, Texas State ’07

Richard Otte, Central Missouri ’68

Thomas Pitts, Truman State ’62

Bill Ragan, Nebraska at Kearney ’69

Kenneth Rainbolt, Northeastern State ’64

James Rathert, UW – Stout ’61

James “Jim” Rector, Central Oklahoma ’64

William Rich, Central Missouri ’43

Robert Roach, Missouri S&T ’71

Joseph Schetroma, Mansfield ’90

Daniel Shearin, IU Pennsylvania ’39

Frank Slaker, Illinois ’53

Ronald Strittmatter, Harris–Stowe ’69

Raymond Taylor, Concord ’49

Peter Thede, Missouri State ’66

Jackson Tucker, Alabama ’13

Robert Utterback, Truman State ’48

Richard Weaver, Youngstown State ’64

Edward Wesemann, Valparaiso ’66

Melvin Wetter, Central Missouri ’50

Col. Donald White, Frostburg State

Robert Wilkes, UW – Oshkosh ’69

Dennis Wiott, Missouri S&T

William Woosley, Central Arkansas ’92

Patrick Yetter, Moorhead State ’67

Sigma Tau Gamma extends our deepest condolences to the families, the chapter, and close Brothers of these noble men.

Sigma Tau Gamma is deeply grateful for the commitment of these men during their time as active undergraduate and alumni Brothers of Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity. We Hail Thee Brothers!