Henry ‘Hank’ Pope, Pennsylvania ’43, passed away in Red Bank, N.J., on March 14, 2015, at the age of 94.
Pennsylvania’s own WWII correspondent passes
Sigma Phi Epsilon mourns the loss of Clemson student Tucker Hipps
Sigma Phi Epsilon’s response to the death of Clemson brother Tucker Hipps.
A tribute to our lost brother, Tevye Ditter, California-Davis ’01
Last month we said goodbye to a beloved SigEp brother who tragically died on April 17, 2014. Tevye Ditter, a graduate of the University of California-Davis and the California Eta Chapter, was known for his larger-than-life presence, made manifest in his height, his voice, and his legacy of serving others. Tevye’s funeral service was at…
Citation recipient Duncan Wimpress passes away after a lifetime of service
On January 6, 2014, a beloved brother and influential SigEp passed away. Brother Duncan Wimpress, Oregon ’46, received a SigEp Citation in 1973 and served as a Life Trustee of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation. He was 91 years old. Brother Wimpress was an accomplished soldier, scholar, businessman and philanthropist. During World War II,…
Celebrating the life of Jim Hughes Jr., Pennsylvania ’52
A Penn Delta legacy, active volunteer and one-of-a-kind SigEp never missed a chance to tell a story.
Remembering basketball great Wes Bialosuknia, Connecticut ’67
On October 23, 2013, Brother Wesley J. Bialosuknia, Connecticut ‘67 passed away after a long illness. Wes was one of the greatest basketball players in the University of Connecticut’s history, and well-loved member of the Connecticut Alpha Chapter. He was 68. During his time at UConn, Wes was an exciting long range shooter and prolific…
Journal: In Memoriam
A partial listing of SigEps who have passed away in recent months.
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