1982 - 1992

Mark Allyn London

Timothy Eugene Sullivan

Bradley Jo Kriel

Cleve James Francoeur, Jr.
1983. Phi Beta Kappa. From Indianapolis. Dermatologist. Resided near Columbus, Indiana. Died in an automobile accident in February 2007. The Indiana University Medical School now awards the annual Francouer Award for the Outstanding Dermatology Resident.

Jon Christopher Finley
1983. Phi Beta Kappa.

James Eugene Davis, Jr.

Gene Russel Flick
1983. Phi Beta Kappa.

Andrew Craig Renz
1983. President, Sphinx Club.  From Cincinnati. Resides in Louisville. Married in 1984 to Laura S. Renz. Children: Meredith Catherine, 6-26- 92, Griffin Andrew, 5-24-95. "After graduating from Wabash College in 1983, Laura and I got married and I went to medical school at Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, OH. I graduated in 1988 and then did my pediatric residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC. Our three years there were busy but exciting and a new challenge for us being away from all family and friends.

"In July 1991, I joined East Louisville Pediatrics in Louisville, KY. I am a partner in this practice today which has grown to 7 pediatricians, 3 pediatric nurse practitioners, and 2 offices. While in Louisville, we were blessed with a daughter, Meredith, and a son, Griffin. We are happy, content and busy shuffling activities between work, school, church, sports, and other activities.

"In 1995, I was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and have recently gone through a successful chemotherapy regimen. I am feeling better than I have in years and while I am in only a partial remission, I face each day and each moment with my family and friends with renewed thanks and gratitude. Life truly is too short to be bothered by petty inconveniences.I thank God every day for all my good fortune and credit Him for all my successes. I also wouldn't be here if it weren't for Wabash College, my Beta brothers, and especially the class of 1983, arguably one of the finest all-around classes in Tau history. I hope that this finds all of you happy, healthy, and prosperous. If you are ever in town, feel free to give us a ring. All my best to you and your families."

Andrew C. Renz, MD, 42, of Louisville, died Friday, January 16, 2004, surrounded by those who loved him. A native of Cincinnati, OH, Dr. Renz was a graduate of Wabash College and Wright State University School of Medicine. He was a partner with East Louisville Pediatrics, where he began practicing medicine in 1991. Dr. Renz served as a board member of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and actively supported the Light the Night Walk since its inception. He was an elder at Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church. He dedicated his life to helping others of all ages and was dearly loved in his community. Dr. Renz was passionate for reading, music, golf and, most of all, his family. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his wife, Laura Shaffer Renz; his daughter, Meredith Catherine Renz; his son, Griffin Andrew Renz; his parents, William and Carolin Renz of Cincinnati; his brother, Dr. William Renz of Cincinnati; and his sister, Cynthia Dotzauer of Seattle, WA. Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, January 21, 2004, at Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church, 311 Browns Lane. Visitation will be from 3-8 p.m. Tuesday, January 20, 2004, at Pearson-Ratterman Bros. Funeral Home, 12900 Shelbyville Rd. Expression of sympathy may be made to the Louisville Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society or to Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church.  Published in The Courier-Journal on 1/18/2004.

Joseph Steven Bondi

George Fleming Jones III

Michael Thomas Sweeney
1983. Phi Beta Kappa.Summa Cum Laude. "My career has been in healthcare related fields. I was part of a start-up company that manufactured robots for hospital pharmacies (the robots picked the correct medications for the patients). We sold that company to McKesson Corporation in 1996 and I became VP of Corporate Sales for McKesson. About a year ago I joined another start-up called Esurg. We sell medical supplies and pharmaceuticals to physicians over the internet. We have raised about $25 million in venture capital and sales are ramping up nicely. I married a Butler Kappa named Eva (Shoemaker) and we have 3 great children (Matt, Michelle and John) and live in Zionsville, IN. Our lives are pretty full with soccer, basketball, football, dance etc. " 

Andrew Vance Wilkinson
1983. From Indianapolis. Currently, Vice-President, American United Life Insurance Company.

Stephen Patrick Terrance Kent
1983. Cum Laude. Completed a PhD in Biological Psychology in 1990 from the University of Illinois. Worked as a Research Associate at INSERM in Bordeaux, France and Stanford University. Currently Senior Lecturer in Behavioural Neuroscience at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia.

Ralph Lloyd Olson, Jr.

John R. Roberts, Jr.
1983. From Indianapolis. Magna Cum Laude. Indiana University School of Medicine in 1987 and in 1990 completed a family practice residency at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Following residency, he moved to Crawfordsville and is a family physician with Crawfordsville Family Care. He is married to Kim, DePauw '82 and they have two children. He has been very active in the community having served as Chairman of MUFFY (Montgomery United Fund For You), and as a member on the boards of the Family Crisis Shelter, and the Montgomery County Health Department. He has also served as Chief of Staff of Culver Hospital and is currently Medical Director of the Crawfordsville Emergency Medical Service. He has been on the Vestry of St. John's Episcopal Church and serves as Chairman of the College Ministry Committee. He is a past two-term member of the National Association of Wabash Men board and a past president of the Sugar Creek Association of Wabash Men. He is also on the board of the Housing Corporation of Tau Chapter of Beta Theta Pi and has been Chapter Counselor of Tau Chapter since 1990.

Daniel Lyn Taylor

David Lee Taylor
1983. Cum laude. Member Psi Chi Honorary Fraternity in Psychology. Captain, Baseball Team. Sphinx Club. Graduated, Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis in 1986.  President, Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity. Partner, Jennings Taylor Wheeler & Bouwkamp of Carmel, Indiana. Practice concentrated in Sports law, insurance, general litigation and business and corporate law. Sports agent for more than 40 professional baseball players. Member, Indiana and American Bar Associations, Sports Lawyers Association, Defense Research Institute and Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana. Resides in Zionsville, Indiana with wife, Laura Price Taylor and four children: Matt; Ellen; Emily; and Nick. Beta relative: Daniel Lyn Taylor 1983.

Alan Robert Miller

Richard T. Rudduck, Jr.

Parvin D. Gillim
1983. Architect, Krauter Storage Systems, Indianapolis. Married and resides in Noblesville, Indiana.

Erik Lars Lindseth

Jonathon David Bultemeyer

Charles Benjamin Carter, Jr.

Daniel Cueller

Christopher Lane Thompson
1983. Submitted in 2002. Shortly after my years at Wabash I moved to Houston, Texas and started my career in banking.  After meeting my wife Jolene and starting a family, I moved back to the Midwest and made my way back to my hometown, Geneseo, Illinois.  I am currently the President of a cluster of banks in Northwest Illinois for Wells Fargo Bank.  The Lord has blessed me with 4 boys, Jared (17), Nathan (12), Reed (9), and Noah (1).  I am very involved with Boy Scouting (serving as Scoutmaster of my old troop which my father started in 1961), the Geneseo Chamber of Commerce, the Quad City Economic Development Group, Trustee of the Geneseo Public Library,  and active member of St. Malachy Roman Catholic Church.  Life continues to amaze me with all the blessings that it has to offer.  I hope that all of you are doing well. -Kai- Chris

Andrew John Snyder

Dave Robert Embry

Paul James Maginot

Anthony Wayne Loe

Paul Kyriacos Kyriakides

Thomas Andrew Jensen
1984. Phi Beta Kappa. Attorney, Baker & Daniels. Washington, DC. He practices immigration law and other areas of international law. He is married to Kathy Jensen. Two children: Tim and Kate.

Robert Lawrence Fleming, Jr.

Michael Robert Ploski

Daniel Anthony Piatek

Mark David VanderHagen

Christopher Mark Becker

John Christopher Williams
1984. From Peoria, Illinois. MBA (Indiana, 1990), JD (Indiana, 1998). Employed at Rolls-Royce Corporation, Indianapolis, where he is currently am Contracts Manager for Corporate & Regional Airlines business unit. Currently doing some pro bono legal work with Legal Services Organization of Indiana. Also on Episcopal Church of the Nativity search committee (while we look for a new priest!).

Married Beth Ann Stutzman (Hanover, 1978) in 1986. She received an M.S. in Education from Butler in 1982. Two children, Jordan and Sarah. "We enjoy camping, tennis, golf, playing with our dogs (Ben, a golden retriever, and Max, a cockapoo) and working on our new "old" house (built in 1965, in Ivy Hills, northeast side of Indianapolis) Father is DePauw Beta, 1955 graduate.

Michael Alan Metz

Todd Irwin Glass
1984. Newburgh, Indiana; Attorney, Fine & Hatfield, P.C., Evansville, Indiana; J.D., University of Dayton School of Law 1988; Moot Court National Tax Team 1987; Founder of Kettering Senate, Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, 1985; Clerk, Ohio Court of Appeals, Second Appellate District, 1987; Indiana Attorney General, Consumer Affairs Division, 1985; Shareholder/owner of Fine & Hatfield, P.C., concentrating on estate planning, probate administration, corporate law and business planning, private adoptions and real estate law. Editor, 150 Years of Beta Theta Pi at Wabash. Married in 1992 to Wendy Glass. Daughter. Kaylynne.

Kevin Gene Brewer

James Brian Sawyer
1984. From Indianapolis. Principal, Sawyer/Berson Architects, New York, New York.

Peter Cyrus Wilson
1984. Peter C. Wilson is President and owner of Pyromation, Inc., a manufacturer of industrial temperature sensors located in Fort Wayne, IN. While at Wabash he was a member of the 1982 undefeated football team. "Also, while at Wabash I met, then in 1985 married, a DePauw gal, Melani, most likely saving her from the gruesome fate of marrying a fellow Dannie." He resides in Fort Wayne with their three children, Molly, Maddie and Carter. Pete is involved in local charitable and school activities.

Andrew R. Price

Jeffrey Scott Crane

Joseph Wayne Foye

Andrew George Lebamoff

Thomas Wayne Koenig
1985. From Indianapolis. Summa Cum Laude. Phi Beta Kappa. Co-Commencement speaker. With Johns Hopkins Medical School, Department of Psychiatry. Resides in Baltimore, Maryland. 

"Koenig was recently appointed Associate Dean for Student Affairs at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. Until the July 1 appointment, Koenig was an assistant professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Johns Hopkins, where he earned a medical degree in 1989. 

"His new position will require Dr. Koenig to oversee the activities of approximately 120 medical students, including their student housing and funds for research projects; offer academic guidance as they move through the medical school curriculum and investigate the specialties for their medical residencies; serve as a liaison between the medical students and administration, as well as disciplinarian; assist them with any health problems; participate in planning both student orientation and commencement. His final job for the members of each medical class is to compose for every graduate a Dean’s Letter that accompanies his or her medical residency applications. 

"His undergraduate record at Wabash predicted Koenig’s later success. A biology major, he was graduated first in his class, with distinction in comps, the Butler Prize, and highest honors. He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in his junior year; received the Carscallen Prize as the outstanding senior biology major; and was selected as a Mackintosh Fellow. Koenig was a member of Beta Theta Pi and served as editor of the 1981-82 Wabash and assistant manager of The Bachelor. 

“I feel honored and privileged to be able to be this close to the John Hopkins students,” Koenig says of his new work. “And I always feel grateful and appreciative of the excellent preparation I received from the biology professors at Wabash.” (Wabash News Bureau, July 29, 2004)

Thomas Angelo d'Ambrosio
1985. From Crown Point, Indiana. Summa Cum Laude.Distinction in Comprehensive Exams. Phi Beta Kappa. Corporate Counsel, Automatic Data Processing, Inc., Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Married, resides in Park Ridge, Illinois.

Christopher Lee Imel
1985. Cum Laude. From Indianapolis. After graduating from Wabash, Chris earned Master's degrees in Chemistry (1988) and Business administration (1991) from Indiana University. Chris had been a computer network administrator for Golden Rule Insurance in Indianapolis. An avid bicyclist, he also closely followed professional hockey. While at Wabash, he was also a member of the Sphinx Club. Christopher Lee Imel was killed 20 April 2000 in an automobile accident near Zionsville, Indiana.

James A. Davlin V
1985. Magna Cum Laude. Phi Beta Kappa. MBA and law degrees from Duke University. Current Vice President, Finance and Treasurer of General Motors. Former Treasurer, John Deere Corp. Formerly with Procter & Gamble and Eli Lilly & Company, Indianapolis. Formerly, Board of National Association of Wabash Men. Board of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. Married with one child. 

Kenneth Victor Hughes III
1985. Physician. Married and resides in Lexington, Kentucky. Pledge class president. Transferred to the University of Oklahoma.

Todd Richard Rowland
1985. Magna Cum Laude. Distinction in Comprehensive Exams. Phi Beta Kappa. Doctorate of Medicine from Indiana University in 1989. He then completed his Medical Internship at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, his specialty training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as Electrodiagnostic Medicine at Ohio State University, and Post- Graduate Fellowship Training in Medical Informatics at Harvard/MIT. He began his career in Bloomington, Indiana in 1998. He received his Board Certification in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 1994 and in Electrodiagnosis in 1995. Married, two sons, Price and Sean. Resides in Bloomington, Indiana.

Steven Christopher Striebeck
1985. From Indianapolis. Attorney and Realtor/Developer. S.C. Striebeck Company.

William Owen Harrington
1985. From Indianapolis. Cum Laude. Attorney, William O. Harringon, P.C., Danville, Indiana. Married to Juanita Harrington, resides in Danville, Indiana.  Beta family: father, grandfather.

James David Laughlin
1985. Cum Laude. Indianapolis, Indiana. Died in 2002 in a diving accident in Hawaii.

Scott Wayne Powers
1985. From Montgomery Co., Indiana. Summa Cum Laude. Distinction in Comprehensive Exams. Member of Sphinx Club, Psi Chi Honor Society in Psychology. Winner of first Distinguished Senior in Psychology Award and Award for Distinguished Senior from Montgomery Co. After Wabash: Masters Degree in psychology from Idaho State University in 1987. Elected to Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society. Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The University of Alabama in 1991. Residency and Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Behavioral Medicine atBrown University and Rhode Island Hospital. Currently Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Psychology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Awarded research grants from National Institutes of Health, US Dept of Agriculture, and other national foundations. Married in 1994 to Andrea Clark (LaSalle) Powers, Clinical Social Worker, Boston College and Rhode Island College graduate from Fall River, Mass. Andrea is currently a social worker in general and community pediatrics at Cincinnati Children's. We live in Covington, Kentucky. Hobbies include running, tennis, landscaping, wine appreciation, travel. Expecting our first child in September 2001. Parents, Larry and Starlet Powers, from Crawfordsville, IN.

Christopher Carl (Schroeder) Burgess
1985.  President, Sphinx Club.  From Crawfordsville, Indiana. Senior Scientist, Chiron Diagnostics, East Walpole, Masschusetts. Married and resides in Westwood, Massachusetts.

Charles William White

William Joseph Love
1985. Reilly Industries Inc., Indianapolis. Resides in Carmel, Indiana.

Cory Martin Olson
1985. Married and residing in Dallas, Texas.

George Bruce Landrigan
1985. Indianapolis. Owner, Landrigan & Company, Realtors.  Served on the boards of several neighborhood, preservation, and Early Music organizations. While at Wabash: editor of the Bachelor, chairman of the Board of Publications, pres. Pi Delta Epsilon, Student Senate, Glee Club. Beta alumni co-chairman. Co-author, 150 Years of Beta Theta Pi at Wabash (1995). Tau Chapter relatives: Bruce Charles Savage (grandfather), John Kenyon Nicholson (cousin), Thomas Lawrence Nicholson (cousin). Other Beta relatives: cousin James Pace Clark, Denver.

Robert Michael Garber
1985. Owner,RMGSports. Sports agent. Chicago, Illinois.

Charles Jeffrey Dickison
1985. Fifth Third Bank, mortgage lending. Married with two children. Lives in Carmel, Indiana.

Paul Martin Dzurovcik
1985. Chief Information Officer, Mercantile National Bank, Hammond, Indiana. Resides in Highland, Indiana.

Andrew Tucker Fifield
1985. From Peoria, Illinois. Southern Methodist University Law School in Dallas, Texas, 1988. Partner in the law firm of Stradley & Wright limiting his law practice to civil trial work, and he has been practicing law as a litigator in the Dallas area for the past 12 years. While at Wabash a 4-year letterman, '84 most valuable player and '85 captain Wabash Tennis Team. Also served as Beta vice president and rush chairman and was IFC treasurer/secretary and a member of the Sphynx Club. Recipient of the Valentine Scholarship.Married his wife Erin, and they have three girls, Lexi, Alyssa, and Abigail Erin Fifield. He resides in Richardson, Texas.

Frank Robert Horvath
1985. Adesa Corporation, Carmel, Indiana. Married with two children.  Resides in Carmel, Indiana.

David Ranard
1985. Transfered to Franklin College. Crawfordsville, Indiana. 

B. Lane Hasler
1986. Attorney, Chicago, Illinois. Phi Beta Kappa.

Stephen DeLano
1986.  Transferred to Williams College. President, Market Matrics.

Robert Michael Molloy
1986. From Danville, Indiana. Partner, Milwaukee G/I Specialists. Graduated, Indiana University School of Medicine. Resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

James William John

David Larry Williams

Brian Francis McCabe

Roger Edward Teller

Christopher Scott Terrance Kent
1986.Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy stationed in Yokuska, outside of Tokyo. He's married to Lynn (13 yrs) and has 2 kids -- Le Anna (9) and Scott (soon to be 5).

John David Hiester
1986. From Bluffton, Indiana. Indiana University School of Dentistry, graduated 1990, DDS. Indiana University School of Dentistry, graduated 1994, Masters of Science in Dentistry (MSD), specializing in Pediatric Dentistry andOrthodontics, was the first person chosen for this joint program Private practice Orthodontics in Seymour and Bloomington, Indiana Associate Professor of Oral Facial Development at James W. Riley Hospital for Children Married Tammy Lynn Hiester, also a DDS, who practices family dentistry in Seymour, Indiana.  Resides in Seymour, Indiana with Tammy, daughters Alexis and Aiden Irene, sons Andrew and Aire John Robert, and golden retriever Belle. Airie and Aidan are boy/girl twins and were born on 11 September 2001 at the same time the second plane hit the World Trade Center.  "They are rays of sunshine and our hope for the future."  Involved with St. Bartholomew Catholic Parish Council, and Girl's Inc. ofJackson County Interests: traveling, swimming, research of Walt Disney related topics, wine appreciation, theatre. 

Eric John Rowland
1986. From Indianapolis. Architect, Rowland Design Group, Indianapolis. Was architect for Tau Chapter renovation and expansion, 2000, Trippett Hall (Wabash) 2002. Married to Sally Rowland, three children. Resides in Indianapolis.

Mark Sawyer
1986. President, The Stone Center, suppliers of granite, limestone, and other natural materials. Indianapolis.

Todd McClelland Kinney
1986.Chapter President 85-86. Hometown was Peru, Indiana. United States Naval Officer with a rank of Lieutenant Commander. Entered Aviation Officer Candidate School (AOCS) in the Fall of 1986. After completing the 3 month syllabus, was commissioned an officer in the United States Navy in February 1987. Completed Flight School and received the wings of a Naval Flight Officer (NFO) in the Spring of 1988. Completed two deployments aboard the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga (CV-60) from 1989 to 1992, including an 8 month tour of the Red Sea during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Was awarded the Navy Air Medal and Navy Commendation Medal for combat action during Desert Storm. Following a tour as a flight instructor, attended the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, CA, earning a Master of Science in Information Technology Management. Am currently serving as a Program Manager for the Space and Naval Warfare Information Technology Center in New Orleans, LA.

William Harold Kruse
1986. Berkley, Michigan.

Frank Patrick Leonard
1986. GlaxoSmithKline Inc. Market Development Manager. Zionsville, Indiana.

Dean Allen Harrington
1986. From Bremen, Indiana. Graduated, Washington University (St. Louis) School of Law. Attorney, Deikman & Leightner, St. Louis. While at Wabash, activities included piano, Beta steward. Widely remembered for his culinary feats at the Beta House. Died 1994, St. Louis. Partner, Jim Leightner. Tau Chapter relative: Brian Harringon (brother).

Jeremy S. M. Cage
1986. Born, England. From Carmel, Indiana. With Procter & Gamble.

Michael J. Belica
1986. President, Belica Inc., Chicago, Illinois. Resides in Winfield, Illinois.

Alton F. Pearce III
1986. From Gary, Indiana. Journalist. San Jose, California.

Scott Richard Teach
1986.  Attorney, Meuers Law Firm, P.L., admitted in Indiana (1991) and Florida (1994); J.D., Valparaiso University School of Law, Cum Laude; Law Clerk for the Hon. Roger B. Cosbey, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana, 1991-93; Letterman on Wabash's 1982 undefeated football team (center); Short fiction published in Wabash Review, Fall 1985; Married to Judy (Butler, KKG - '86) in October 1988, with two children, Maggie and Spencer.

Bruce Charles Savage
Initiated 1984. From Indianapolis. U.S. Public Housing Commissioner (now HUD) 1960-61; Realtor, founder, Bruce Savage Company, Realtors (later Savage/Landrigan Inc.) which for many years was the largest residential firm in Indiana. President, Indiana-Florida Realty Trust. Served as President of the Indianapolis Board of Realtors (1950). Served on several national and local boards relating to housing for the elderly. Greater Indianapolis Progress Commission. State chairman, Eisenhower for President, 1956. Awarded the Sagamore of the Wabash by Gov. Robert D. Orr. Attended Indiana U., Northwestern, and Butler. Was a Beta pledge at Indiana (c. 1925) but transferred to Northwestern before initiation. Tau Chapter initiated him in 1984 with special permission of the General Fraternity. Married to Marabeth Thomas Savage (Butler, KKG, her father, James Ray Thomas, Wabash FIJI 1901). Two children: Sarah Ann and Lynne Penelope. He died in 1994. Indianapolis, Indiana. Tau Chapter grandson: G.B. Landrigan 1985.

Chad William Schultheis
1987. Phi Beta Kappa.

James Francis Beatty
1987. Medical Doctor.

Brandon Guy Mitchener
1987. From Valparaiso, Indiana. Married to Daniela and has two sons, Ludovico and Carlo. European Union Affairs Former correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, Brussels, Belgium. While at Wabash was editor of the Bachelor and Chairman of the Board of Publications.

David John Shafer
1987. PhD Marine Ecology from the University of Hawaii.  Research explored the effects of environmental change on marine populations, and included work in habitats from high above the Arctic Circle to the Tropical Pacific to the Antarctic Peninsula.  Coauthored the first coral reef ecosystem management study for the military in Hawaii, and contributed significantly to work on preserving the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, the world’s most isolated and pristine coral reef ecosystem.  Recently moved to Sarasota Florida and founded a real estate investment company.  At Wabash: Lilly Scholar and political cartoonist for the Bachelor.

Thad Pershing Miller
1987. From Seymour, Indiana. Transferred to Purdue University in his sophomore year. Now with Ford Motor Company.

Britt Nelson Barnett
1987. Account Administrator, R.R. Donelley & Sons, Crawfordsville, Indiana.

Mark A. Vincent
1987. Professor of Psychology, Augustana College, Rockport, Illinois.

Michael James Carl
1987. From Evansville, Indiana. Physician, The Neuroscience Institute, Spine Center. Practices in Pain Management, Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. I am also the Program Director of Baylor University Medical Center's Pain Management Fellowship. This has certainly kept me busy, and I thoroughly enjoy what I do. I have been blessed with a wonderful wife and 3 children Zachary, Matthew, and Katy Marie. Resides in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Charles Curtis Killion
1987. J.D. 1990, Indiana University, Bloomington LL.M; Environmental Law, 2000, Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR; Major, United States Air Force, (1991- ) Currently assigned to the Air Force Environmental Law and Litigation Division Married Heidi Hengesbach Killion in 1992 (DePauw '90; M.S., Sports Management, Indiana U. '92) Daughter, Erika born 1996. Son, Joe born 1998.

Joseph Farley Kirk
1987. Deputy City Attorney, San Diego City Attorney's Office. J.D. from Pepperdine University 1990, married to Lisa with three boys (Justin, Wesley and Zachary) and a baby girl on the way. Submitted in 2002.

Telly Christos Nakos
1987. Attorney, Anesi OZMON Rodin Novak & Kohe, Chicago, Illinois.

Jeffrey Lee Bowman
1987. Resides in Indianapolis.

Edward Alvin Grogg
1987. Administrator, Lakeshore Health Systems, Mahomet, Illinois.

Lindley Richard Myers
1986. President, LRM Investments, Inc., Carmel, Indiana.

James Michael Shepherd

Shawn Michael McEuen
1987. Manager, Bridgestone/Firestone Inc., Addison, Illinois.

Damien Joseph Freeze
1992 - Attended Wabash freshman year in 1983. 1989-92 Returned and completed studies in Speech/ Chemistry. Dean's List for last 2 consectutive years. Reside in Carmel, IN. Married Gena Pappas, 1994. Two sons, Joseph and Anthony. Employed with ESA, Incorporated, dedicated to the field of brain research. I have achieved the level of Regional Manager and I am responsible for sales activities in 16 states. My other hobbies include running, lifting, and fronting a rock and roll cover band on the weekends.

Todd Francis Santoro

Douglas A. Roepke
1988. Pediatrician, Wishard Memorial Hospital, Indianapolis. Resides, Martinsville, Indiana.

Scott Curtis Quick
1988. Associate Director of Alumni Affairs, Wabash College. Also known for his adventures in China. More details forthcoming.

Louis R. Cerbone
1988. From Indianapolis. Transferred.

Robert Austin Quirey
1988. Physician, Hancock Memorial Hospital. Resides in Indianapolis.

Todd Dean Bailey
1988. Phi Beta Kappa. Allison Engine Company, Rolls Royce Allison, Indianapolis. Resides with his family in Carmel, Indiana.

Erik Paul Dove
1988. Commercial Banking Officer, U.S. Bank National Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Resides in Eagan, Minnesota.

Leif C. Waldner
1988. Deceased.

Jon Lawrence George
1988. President, Fidelity National Mortgage Corp., Clinton Township, Michigan.

B. Bradley Druhot
1988. San Francisco, California.

Jonathan William Reitz
1988. Born Indianapolis IN 1966, graduated Zionsville High school 1984, Wabash college Psychology Major Biology minor 1988, Member of football and swim teams as well as Sphinx Club. Attended I.U. school of Dentistry, Graduated with distinction and was elected to Omicron Kappa Upsilon dental Honor Society, awards at graduation included American equilibration Society's and American Association of Endodontics award, after graduation performed one year general practice residency at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton Ohio, then I was accepted into a graduate program in Endodontics (Root Canals) at The Ohio State University, Defended Masters of Science degree thesis in 1995 and moved to Evansville Indiana to start a practice limited to Endodontics, married in 1993 to Lauri and currently have three children, twins Allison and Erica and their younger sister Sarah.

John Christopher Janak
1988. Attorney, Bose, McKinney,& Evans, Indianapolis. Resides in Fishers, Indiana.

Emil Eric Weber
1988. Evansville, Indiana.

Booth Stuart Jameson
1988. From Indianapolis. Director of Global Government Affairs, EDS, Washington, D.C. MA from Georgetown University, International Relations, 1992. Married Jennifer Boucher in 2000. Tau Relatives: James T. Cottingham (uncle), Tom Cottingham (first cousin), Peter Miller (first cousin). Other Beta relatives: H. Norris Cottingham, Indiana (grandfather), Benjamin Cottingham, Indiana, John T. Jameson, III, Indiana, Eugene Miller.

Derrick Sylvester Greene

Conrad Jung Tiang Wong

Christopher McCord Stephenson

Ronald Blaine Kammerer

Ali Raheem

Douglas Floyd Darling

Joseph Edward Turk, Jr.
1989. Phi Beta Kappa.

James Allen Joven

Eric David Dawes

Michael Jeffrey Romanowski
1989. Paralegal, Rush Moore Craven Sutton Morry, Honolulu, Hawaii. Died August 2000.

Kurt Thomas Vogel
1989. Phi Beta Kappa.

Dan McCarthy

Timothy Alan Pliske

Mark Allen Scott
1989. Born Logansport, Indiana, October 19, 1966. Additional education: Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Oxford, England 1988); Indiana University (J.D.,1993). Occupation: Attorney and partner in the Kokomo, Indiana, law firm of King, McCann & Scott. Tau Chapter Activities: President of Pledge Class, 1985; Rush Chairman, 1987; Campus Relations Chairman, 1986-87; House Improvements Committee,1986-88; Philanthropy Committee, 1988. Campus Activities and Honors: Lilly Scholar; Dean's List Honors (1987-89); Cum Laude Graduation Honors; Member of Board of Publications (1987, 1989); Sophomore Class Representative for Student Senate (1987); Member of Student/ Faculty Academic Policy and Planning Committee (1987); Student Admissions Office Representative (1987); Member of Pre-Law Society (1986-89); had poems published in the Wabash Review (1986); United States Senate Youth Scholar (1985).

Keith Anthony Raymond

Charles Scott Alvey

Gregory Charles Ford

Thomas Michael Price

Aaron C. McConnell

Bryan Richard Ruggles

Eugene Imm

John Arthur Plunket

John Patrick Hintz

David L. Sharp, Jr.

Robert Allen Jagielski

Andrew Robert Hecker
1990. Phi Beta Kappa.

Loren Edward McCoy

Michael Gerard Costello

Dirck Howard Stahl

Andrew A. Burgess

James Mark Baker

Michael Joseph Fulton

Michael Anthony Dotlich

Andrew Byron Miller
1990. Born in Munster, Indiana. Attorney with Starr Austen Tribbett Myers & Miller, Logansport, Indiana; J.D. Saint Louis University School of Law '95; Married to Amy Herron Miller; Sons: Noah Herron and Samuel Powell Miller.

Jon Michael Bruce Porter

Mario Noel Joven

James Philip Funk
1990. Tau Beta from '86-88, US Army 1988-1992, University of Tennessee 1993-1995, 1995-2000 US Army Infantry Officer. Now resides in Atlanta, Georgia with wife Julie.

Richard Rolland Castor

Stephen Kelley House

Brett Douglas Butler

David Woodson Brewer

Brian John Grossenbacher

David Alexander Horvath

William Jay Walton V

Tye Michael Vickery

Timothy Michael Lyons

John Richard Walker

Timothy Michael Wilhelmus

Timothy William Oliver

Michael Patrick Teders

Paul Trevor Kiel

Anthony Marco Constantino

Stephen Philip Turk

Michael Ward McCutcheon

Joab Niklaus Schultheis

Adam Tavitas

Lance Meredith More

Ronald Lawrence Pitcock '91.  President, Sphinx Club.

Gary Edward Hester

Charles Dominic Andrews

Kevin Alan Gallagher

Thomas Shannon Watson

David A. Riggs

Matthew Carl Burgess

Darren Craig Chadd

Jason Scott Gallman

Anthony Seaton Ridolfo, Jr.

Gregory Bice Coy

Peter Frederic Horvath

Jordan Douglas Church
1992. Graduate, Indiana University School of Law. Attorney in Noblesville, IN. "My wife (Hillary Harmless) and I are expecting our first child in July."