A Snapshot of the Trine Homecoming and The Alumni Reunion

 

The alumni that attended the Trine Homecoming and the Alumni Reunion had a good time, meeting with old friends, exchanging stories, etc. We would like to have more involvement from alumni at this exceptional event. In the near future expect to see updated schedules of what is happening at Trine University and Kappa Sigma. Hope to see you soon.

The Officers of Theta-Xi Alumni Association

   

 


From left Roy Charleswood, new Communication Chairman, Cindy Turner, Keith
Turner and new Alumni President- Mark Houser enjoy the Homecoming Football game from the Sky Box

2014 Annual Alumni Meeting at Best Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shawn Reiner and Andrew Arthur Notes each received a $1,000 scholarship. Sig Cup is a golf competition between Kappa Sigma and Alpha Sigma, This event has raised over $37,000.00 since first event was held in 2009. Kappa Sigma did win the event this year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trine Mascot, Mike Darch with President Dr. Earl Brooks being recognized at the half time of the
Trine Homecoming Football game for his Distinguished Service Award.

 

Mike Darch and His Family enjoying the evening at the Alumni Dinner.

 

Matt Land – the Athletic Director of Trine University, Bill SanGiacomo, Recipient of the Trine Athletic Hall of Fame
and Trine President Dr. Earl Brooks

 

 

 

 

 

Mitch Rhoads is being presented a gift From Dr. Earl Brooks for his soon to be announced,  Business School of Entrepreneurship being located in the renovation of old library building – being the new location for the Ketner School of Business.

 

 

Rick Hoover, President of the Alumni Association and Trine President Earl Mike present
Mike Darch The Distinguished Alumni Award.

Skull & Bones new members at Alumni Homecoming Reunion with Skull & Bones Alumni Brothers Keith Turner, Bill Meyers, Mitch Rhoads, Ralph Trine, Mike Darch, Joey Monihan (Current GM at Kappa Sigma)

Your new officers working on plans with website coordinator Greg Griffis

 

 

 

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