So glad to see the Academy with Brother Shawn McKenna’s name on it. A good Brother and wonderful friend who did so much for his local chapter and Sigma Phi Epsilon Chapters across the nation. So missed by all of us.
— Ben Haskell, Maine ’67
From Allen Butler’s, Georgia Tech ’15, mother on Instagram:
So proud that my son @butler_allen was part of this video! And I’m proud to be an ADPi!
SigEp leads to a lifetime of success
After all these years, I’m still on the SigEp mailing list and enjoy reading about some of outstanding young men and their accomplishments. Personally, l have a pretty good show of success: four years in the Colorado House of Representatives, 24 years as a State Senator (fourth-longest continuous serving Senator in Colorado’s history).
Following my 28 years in the legislature, l was elected to a four-year term as a Mesa County Commissioner, followed by six years as a member of the Board of Regents for the University of Colorado’s system. Finally, the governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, appointed me to Colorado Mesa University’s Board of Trustees, which is where l started my career in higher education 56 years ago. Have l been blessed? Yes. Do l attribute some of my achievements and success to my years as a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon? Yes, l do.
GO SIGEPS, GO!
— Tilman M. Bishop, Northern Colorado ’54
I framed and hung mine 35+ years ago. It’s still hanging…
— Mike Ellis, Purdue ’84