SigEp Military Veterans Task Force Chairman David Bradt, California-Davis ’03, reflects on the life of our departed brother United States Army Staff Sergeant James Moriarty, Texas-Austin ’11, during his interment at Arlington National Cemetery.
Honoring U.S. Army Staff Sgt. James Moriarty
Longtime volunteer and member of the Order of the Golden Heart remembered
Reeder passed on to Chapter Eternal on November 1, 2015, at the age of 89. He died of natural causes and was predeceased by his wife, Marilyn, and son Robert (Rusty). He is survived by his children Kathleen Reeder, Mary Carol Todd, Martha Nelson, Patricia Randall, David Reeder, and Anne Reeder; 12 grandchildren; and six…
Citation recipient Rudy Bredenbeck passes
After a long, hard-fought battle with cancer, Bredenbeck passed away on May 5, 2016. He was laid to rest in the Cleveland area on Saturday, May 28. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Shirley; three children, Wayne, Kurt and Julie; and grandchildren Hanna and Bailey.
FIGHT LIKE PHIL TODAY: The Legacy of Phillip A. Cox
Throughout his difficult battle with cancer, Phillip A. Cox, Indiana ’84, remained a shining example of friendship, love and courage. His young brothers at Indiana University were inspired to paint the phrase “Fight Like Phil Today” on a wall in the chapter house—a reminder to fight for what is important in life and to follow…
SigEp mourns loss of Citation recipient Robert C. Londerholm
SigEp Citation recipient Robert C. Londerholm, Kansas ’53, passed away on December 18, 2015. A former Kansas attorney general, Londerholm was also a retired colonel in the U.S. Air Force Reserve and helped lead the Kansas Corporation Commission and Kansas Department of Revenue before entering private practice as an attorney specializing in elder care.Following his…
Remembering Phillip A. Cox
It’s with great sadness that I share with you the passing of beloved brother and Past Grand President Phillip A. Cox, Indiana ’84.
Tennessee alumnus remembered as a football legend ahead of his time
Football legend and SigEp alumnus Doug Atkins, Tennessee 53, passed away. He is remembered as one of Tennessee’s most dominant athletes and one of the greatest defensive ends in football history.
Remembering Captain Jason Back
At 11 a.m. on December 15, 2015, Jason was interred at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. In attendance at Jason’s ceremony, among hundreds of his family and friends, were several of his SigEp brothers. These brothers never had the opportunity to meet Jason, but that didn’t matter. He was our fraternity brother. He…
Honor of Philias celebrates devotion to fallen brother’s family and community
The Honor of Philias recognizes SigEps who have demonstrated the cardinal principle of brotherly love through exceptional acts of unselfish service. The 2015 award was given to the brothers of Southeast Missouri State, who rallied around the family of their late chapter brother Bobby Christman, ’17, and ensured his legacy would aid others in need.
SigEps lay wreath for fallen brother in Nashville
Conclave is known as a time for SigEp brothers and friends to gather to celebrate, and in some cases, to celebrate the lives of our departed brothers. At the Nashville National Cemetery, SigEp veterans and active duty service members gathered to honor Army Lt. Col. Kim S. Orlando, Baylor ’82.
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