Terry Nathan, Texas-Austin ’69, was a longtime volunteer whose generosity and positive outlook were much admired by his chapter brothers and the larger Austin community. After graduating with a degree in business, he worked as a technology consultant and established a chain of software rental stores in the city.
He served as AVC president for several years in the 1990s and provided sound guidance as the chapter underwent a difficult membership review. After the chapter lost its charter, his leadership was instrumental in helping lay the groundwork for the chapter’s return to campus. Today, the chapter is much stronger, in large part due to his dedication.
A Distinguished Alumnus recipient, Nathan also served as chapter counselor and balanced man steward and remained a trusted mentor and friend to many chapter brothers long after their undergraduate days. His many contributions to the chapter were recognized in 1996 when he was inducted into the Texas Alpha Hall of Fame.
In addition, his contributions as a member of the Technology Task Force helped the Fraternity use technology to enhance operations, both nationally and on the chapter level.