With sadness, the Fraternity shares the passing of Brother Lamar Roach Sr., Lamar ’60. Roach spent decades as a key volunteer in several roles at Texas Eta and his home chapter of Texas Epsilon, including treasurer and chapter counselor. Lamar A. Roach Sr., Lamar ’60 Jan. 23, 1938 – April 6, 2022 Roach was also…
The Fraternity is saddened by the passing of SigEp Citation recipient Billy Boles, North Carolina State ’61. During college, Boles served as North Carolina Beta’s house manager. He also took advanced ROTC courses and dreamed of becoming a pilot after graduation. Although a physical that revealed an astigmatism derailed part of his dream, Boles fulfilled…
Chuck White, Western Michigan ’62, dedicated his professional life to making Sigma Phi Epsilon the leader among college fraternities. To White, it was more than just his career. SigEp was his calling. He first served the Fraternity as a regional director and assistant housing director after graduation. Following a four-year stint in the U.S. Army,…
SigEp mourns passing of Don Hudler
Sigma Phi Epsilon remembers the life of beloved Loyola Marymount brother and volunteer Father William Fulco.
SigEp remembers longtime volunteer who helped his chapter successfully recharter
SigEp mourns the loss of Order of the Golden Heart recipient Don Kindle.
SigEp mourns the passing of past staffer and Distinguished Alumnus recipient Peter Crandall, California-Davis ’79.
SigEp remembers Dr. Yvonne Gentzler, who helped the Fraternity develop academic programming for chapters around the country.
Alumnus Jim Alderman, who achieved unprecedented success as a judge in the Florida judicial system, is remembered.