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    • ‘11 ANNUAL REPORT The Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation
    • Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation Annual Report Fiscal Year: June 1, 20010-May 31, 2011 The Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation’s Annual Report provides an overview of the Foundation’s initiatives and acknowledges the generous donors who have supported these programs.The report has been published on-line to reduce paper use. The 2011 Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation Annual Report covers programs and donations received from June 1, 2010-May 31, 2011.Officers and Executive Committee Foundation Directors continuedPresident: Hanno D. Mott, Cincinnati ‘55 Sidney H. Guller, Washington U. ‘47Vice President: David H. Phillips, Ohio State ‘84 Howard B. Miller, Maryland ’58Treasurer: Ronald S. Katch, Illinois ‘54 Nathan Margolis, North Texas ’75Asst. Treasurer: David S. Rice, Terry Semel, Long Island ’64*Wisconsin/Illinois-Chicago ‘87 Harvey Weisblat, Texas ‘67 **Secretary: Steven Franklin, Houston ‘69 Roy Neulicht, NC State ‘73**At-Large: Lawrence D. Schaffer, Ohio State ‘53At-Large: Richard H. Williamson, NC State ‘63At-Large: Robert B. Fagenson, Syracuse ’70Foundation Directors Foundation StaffAlvin W. Cohn, Cincinnati ‘56 Executive Vice President:Robert S. Weiss, Oklahoma ‘77 Aaron Girson, Western Michigan ’92Michael Brown, UC Berkeley ‘96 Foundation & Scholarship Coordinator:Barry S. Arbus, Toronto ’62* Maria Mandel, Kappa DeltaDennis G. Paese, Cornell ‘73Donald J. Stein, Purdue ‘53Barry M. Epstein, Purdue ‘61 * Term ExpiredMarshall M. Gelfand, Syracuse ’49* ** Elected August 2011Seymour D. Weiss, Case Western ’56*Scott A. Stone, USC ‘77James R. Alexander, SMU/Texas ‘44
    • Who We Are & What We DoThe Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation supports education and leadership in a variety of ways.Leadership Conference & ConventionEach summer Sigma Alpha Mu holds its Leadership Conference & Convention. Two studentsfrom each chapter are required to attend. The educational programs offered includesessions on leadership and team building, ethical decision making, networking andacademic success. The 2011 conference engaged 126 students.2011 ScholarshipsIn 2011 the Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation distributed $126,950 to 176 graduate andundergraduate recipients, including 71 Guller Young Scholars (new initiates with a 3.75+GPA), Scholarships are based on both financial need and merit.Chapter Leaders DayThe Foundation makes an annual grant to support this intense one-day program for chapterleadership. Topics covered include goal setting and strategic planning, leadership and teambuilding and conflict resolution.GreekLifeEdu GrantAll candidates are required to take GreekLifeEdu prior to their initiation into Sigma AlphaMu. This program assures that students are better decision makers for issues on campussuch as hazing, alcohol abuse and sexual assault. Results are measured and data showsbetter long term decision making for students participating in this program.Guller ScholarsThe fund provides for leadership development programs, educational materials and theGuller Scholars Program at Leadership Conference. Since its inception in 1985, the GullerFund has reached thousands of young fratres with programs on scholarship, personaldevelopment, health issues and numerous other worthwhile topics.
    • Thank You Thank you to all of our donors who made the programs we fund possible. On behalf of all the scholarship recipients, the students who attended leadership training, we thank all the donors who have contributed to the Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation.Above (L-R) are Ohio State recipients with Larry Schaffer: Josh Grossman, Gianni Gagliardi, Steven Astrein, Jason Wachs,Jon Von Deylen, and Kevin Rosen.
    • Platinum Donors ($1,000+) $50,000+ $1,000-$2,499 Anonymous Barry Epstein, Purdue ‘58 Marc Abels, Texas ‘81 Sidney Guller, Washington U. ’43 Roger Baumann, Texas ‘86 Irwin Jacobs, Cornell ‘51 Leonard Baxt, Pittsburgh ‘66 Myron Becker, Washington U. ‘43 $20,000-$39,999 Edward Brandman, Rutgers ‘87 Richard Burstein, Michigan ‘63 George Zimmer, Washington U. ’67 Mark Cohen, Ohio State ‘88 Andrew Dunsky, Ohio State ‘82 $15,000-$19,999 George Frankenstein, USC ‘61 Robert Fagenson, Syracuse ’67 Aaron Girson, West. Michigan ‘92 Paul Greenberg, Syracuse ‘63 Steven Jarmus, USC ‘74 $10,000-$14,999 Donald Karchmer, Oklahoma ‘63 Harvey Weisblat, Texas ‘64 Ronald Katch, Illinois ‘51 Gilbert Yanuck, Alabama ’59 Jeffrey Lainer, Texas ‘86 Steven Levine, Texas ‘86 Nathaniel Locklin, Pittsburgh ‘98 $5,000-$9,999 Earle Irving Mack, Drexel ‘56 David Diamond, Penn ‘80 Leland Manders, Miami U. ‘72 Steven Franklin, Houston ‘67 Kevin Margolis, Texas ‘86 Dennis Paese, Cornell ‘70 Roy Mayers, CCNY/Baruch ‘62 Leslie Raffel, Purdue ‘60 Howard Miller, Maryland ‘54 Jerry Miller, Miami U. ‘76 H Lewis Rapaport, Syracuse ‘56 Hanno Mott, Cincinnati ‘52 David Rice, Illinois-Chicago ‘83 Marc Muchnick, Texas ‘86 Bradley Sraberg, UCLA ‘89 Dick Nierenberg, Rutgers ‘55 Richard Ziman, USC ’61 Farhad Nourafshan, USC ‘75 Marc Perlstein, North Texas ‘71 David Phillips, Ohio State ‘80 $2,500-$4,999 Lawrence Pollock, Ohio State ‘66 Joseph Macnow, CCNY/Baruch ‘63 Jeffrey Pop, USC ‘66 Nathan Margolis, North Texas ‘73 Robert Rosenthal, Missouri ‘50 Lowell Milken, Berkeley ‘67 Richard Sandler, Berkeley ‘67 Michael Milken, Berkeley ‘65 Stuart Siegel, Penn ‘82 Marvin Snyder, Ohio State 51 Thomas Saldoff, Wisconsin ‘66 Gary Solka, Texas ‘86 Adam Singer, Texas ‘86 Donald Stein, Purdue ‘50 Robert Weiss, Oklahoma ‘75 Alon Steinberg, Texas ‘86 Clifford White, Lehigh ‘79 Ronn Tulman, Minnesota ‘75 Bradley Unger, Lehigh ‘94 Stephen Weinberg, Ohio State ‘62 Stanley Zimmerman, UCLA ‘50Gifts in Fiscal Year June 1, 2010-May 31, 2011
    • Gold Donors ($500-$999) Andrew Ahitow, Iowa ‘95 Michael Masciandaro, Drexel ‘76 Barry Arbus, Toronto ‘59 Timothy Mayer, Cincinnati ‘98 Louis Beck, Cincinnati ‘65 Jared Miller, Wisconsin ‘94 Scott Warren Bernstein, Michigan ST ‘88 Ronald Mora, Indiana ‘52 Stephen Bloch, Oklahoma ‘63 Steven Muchnikoff, USC ‘77 Stanton Bluestone, Cincinnati ‘53 L Mark Newman, Michigan ST ‘59 Jerry Candy, SMU ‘64 Brian Newman, USC ‘72 Wilbur Cohen, Cincinnati ‘42 William Orovan, USC ‘60 James Curl, Alfred U. ‘94 Andrew Paley, Ohio State ‘87 Robert Epstein, Texas ‘84 Nicholas Partridge, Miami U. ‘98 Jeffrey Feldman, Northeastern ‘68 Stanley Plaskoff, USC ‘48 Robert Ford, Berkeley ‘81 Ronald Rapchik, Long Island ‘66 Paul Frank, USC ‘60 Mitchell Roberts, Rochester ‘84 Kenneth Friedman, UCLA ‘54 Bruce Rosen, Wayne State ‘54 Michael Fuchs, Penn ‘80 Carl Schlanger, Syracuse ‘56 David Genser, McGill ‘59 Marc Schwartz, USC ‘87 Bernard Girson, Friend Michael Serling, Michigan ST ‘64 Louis Gitomer, Case Western ‘69 Mickey Shapiro, Ferris State ‘66 Robert Goldberg, MIT ‘55 Alvin Silverman, Cornell ‘42 Alan Greenberg, Michigan ‘57 Joseph Silverman, Oklahoma ‘62 Daniel Grossberg, Miami U. ‘84 Gabriel Tavares, Cincinnati ‘91 Sylvan Herman, Syracuse ‘49 Gary Teitelman, Penn State ‘91 Michael Hirsch, UCLA ‘91 Robert Traum, Long Island ‘64 Ernest Kalman, Bucknell ‘54 Raymond Turgel, Manitoba ‘43 Robert Kaplan, Missouri ‘56 Mark Ungar, Ohio State ‘82 Howard Kooper, Nebraska ‘58 Jonathan Wax, Tulane ‘90 Bradley Zerman, Wisconsin ‘84Gifts in Fiscal Year June 1, 2010-May 31, 2011
    • Silver Donors ($250-$499) Alan Adelman, NYU ‘62 Merwin Goldsmith, UCLA ‘57 Leon Albert, Ohio State ‘39 Gary Gormin, Minnesota ‘62 James Alexander, Texas ‘41 Bernard Greenfield, UCLA ‘67 Joel Altman, Michigan ST ‘62 Jeffrey Harrison, Cincinnati ‘61 Stephan Ariyan, Long Island ‘60 Michael Hennenberg, Ohio State ‘67 Stephen Berzok, Columbia ‘57 Joel Herman, Michigan ‘82 Mark Blau, Syracuse ‘61 Gerald Horowitz, Tulane ‘57 Richard Block, Alabama ‘56 Harold Igdaloff, Purdue ‘43 Richard Brockman, Missouri ‘51 Donald Janower, Wayne State ‘58 Ronald Broida, Illinois ‘62 Alan Jarrick, UCLA ‘67 Donald Cabral, Northeastern ‘69 Michael Jushchuk, Rochester ‘80 Clyde Chudnoff, Cincinnati ‘65 Donald Kahn, Ohio State ‘70 Irving Codron, UCLA ‘51 Gary Kash, Illinois ‘71 Raymond Cohen, Purdue ‘42 Gerald Katz, Maryland ‘47 Barry Cohen, USC ‘61 Donald Kaufman, Ohio State ‘50 David Cole, Tulane ‘87 Jeffrey Kaye, Texas ‘86 Mark Connolly, Rochester ‘76 Gene Lee Kermin, UCLA ‘49 Frank Crohn, Purdue ‘43 Steven Kirsch, Missouri ‘70 Jerome David, Cincinnati ‘67 Bennett Klausner, Rutgers ‘57 Robert Dolgin, Missouri ‘60 Ronald Koenig, Penn ‘52 Robert Footlick, Tulane ‘58 John Kollm, Cincinnati ‘93 Stephen Forman, UCLA ‘88 David Korman, Miami U. ‘76 Jay Fox, Long Island ‘67 Jeffrey Korotkin, Tulane ‘66 Sam Fox, Washington U. ‘48 Mitchell Koval, Virginia ‘84 Reid Friedman, Texas ‘81 Gary Krausz, UC-San Diego ‘91 David Frolich, Indiana ‘62 Gerald Kurlander, Indiana ‘51 Jonathan Gansell, Texas ‘86 James Kutchin, Washington U. ‘78 Arthur Garcia, North Texas ‘68 Daniel Lease, Case Western ’67 Leland Garrett, NC State ‘69 Peter Lehrer, NC State ‘60 William Gilliam, KY Wesleyan ‘75 Sanford Levine, Case Western ‘73 Marc Godt, USC ’89 Howard Levine, Michigan ‘48 Irving Goldberg, Berkeley ‘45 Gerald Levy, Cincinnati ‘64 Henry Goldberg, Lehigh ‘66 Son Mai, Stephen F. Austin U. ‘02 Joel Goldman, Indiana ‘82 Maria Mandel, Kappa DeltaGifts in Fiscal Year June 1, 2010-May 31, 2011
    • Silver Donors ($250-$499) Steven Schaefer, Case Western ‘55 Simon Markowsky, Oklahoma ‘65 Eugene Schnell, Rochester ‘82 Todd Marks, Towson ‘90 Ira Selss, Rochester ‘74 Emile Martin, Virginia ‘68 Martin Shapan, Stephen F. Austin ‘97 Donald Milsten, Cornell ‘57 Mark Shear, North Texas ‘75 Lowell Moret, Tulane ‘59 Marty Shellist, Texas ‘86 Irwin Moskowitz, UCLA ‘49 Kenneth Shevin, Michigan ‘53 Seymour Musiker, Cornell ‘52 Herbert Siegel, Lehigh ‘47 Robert Nerz, Drexel ‘73 Carl Singer, Case Western ‘65 Jerry Nesker, Toronto ‘67 Robert Siskin, Penn ‘46 Roy Neulicht, NC State ‘69 Arthur Spander, UCLA ‘56 Zenon Neumark, Oklahoma ‘51 Howard Stone, Illinois ‘54 Robert Packard, Case Western ‘49 Andrew Sweet, Texas ‘86 Steven Pluss, Texas A&M ‘82 Howard Tanenbaum, Toronto ‘63 Ronald Popper, Michigan ST ‘73 Marc Vosen, Ohio State ‘73 Morton Prager, Toronto ‘62 Bruce Wagman, Syracuse ‘79 Albert Praw, Berkeley ‘66 Joel Warady, Illinois ‘75 Stephen Rann, NC State ‘68 Michael Weinberg, Texas ‘83 James Rasbold, Case Western ‘80 David Weiner, Cincinnati ‘62 Martin Rogowsky, Rochester ‘67 Howard Weinman, Tulane ‘61 Neil Rosenblum, Tulane ‘87 Richard Williamson, NC State ‘60 Howard Rosenthal, NYU ‘57 Cary Wolf, Buffalo ‘61 Peter Rubin, Miami U. ‘73 M. Milton Wolff, Oklahoma ‘56 Adam Saitman, San Diego State ‘84 David Worshil, Ohio State ‘54 Steven Saltz, Washington U. ‘71 Alan Yaffe, North Texas ‘67 David Schachter, USC ‘90 Michael Zenn, Penn ‘81 Bronze Donors ($150-$249)Jerald Altman, Ohio State ‘86 Bradley Cohen, Indiana ‘85 Philip Friedman, Penn ‘43Jerry Asher, Purdue ‘45 Allan Corenblum, Alberta ‘60 Robert Friedman, Michigan ‘76Corey Barash, USC ‘83 Hyman Dave, NC State ‘38 Howard Friedman, Indiana ‘57Elliot Beinfest, Northwestern ‘70 Samuel Dennis, Penn ‘48 Jack Frishberg, Penn ‘79Russell Belinsky, Wayne State ‘79 Sam Devinki, Oklahoma ‘66 Kaki Garard, Sigma Sigma SigmaAlbert Belsky, Massachusetts ‘65 Richard Disraeli, USC ‘43 H Richard Garber, Nebraska ‘54Paul Biddelman, Lehigh ‘64 Jerold Dorter, USC ’60 Joseph Gebbie, St. Johns ‘00H Jack Bluestein, Missouri ‘50 I Jeffrey Engel, Michigan ‘59 Richard Gimpelson, Washington U. ‘65Barry Brock, McGill ‘68 Steven Epstein, Nebraska ‘68 Jay Ginsburg, Houston ‘67Frederic Brooks, Columbia ‘54 Michael Epstein, Michigan ‘79 Phillip Glauben, North Texas ‘73Jeffrey Brooks, Miami U. ‘61 William Esensten, Minnesota ‘66 Michael Goldberg, Rochester ‘64Martin Charns, Case Western ‘64 Marvin Fabrikant, Penn ‘64 Bruce Golden, Texas ‘78Nathan Cheng, Texas A&M ‘04 David Freeman, Berkeley ‘56 Herbert Goldenberg, Minnesota ‘52Timothy Clancy, Case Western ‘87 Elden Freeman, Toronto ‘80 Robert Goldfarb, Michigan ‘76
    • Bronze Donors ($150-$249) Richard Goldman, Indiana ’55 Howard Levin, Penn State ‘66 James Segal, Minnesota ‘86 Andrew Goodman, Nebraska ‘64 David Levy, Texas ‘86 Alexander Shapero, Cornell ‘04 Scott Goodman, UCLA ‘84 Ari Lewis, Bucknell ‘90 Eugene Shepp, Penn ‘48 Allen Gordon, Washington U. ‘50 Keith Libman, Indiana ‘66 Barry Shulkin, Texas ‘72 David Greenberg, Brandeis ‘94 Seymour Lichter, Michigan ‘45 David Shusterman, Oklahoma ‘58 Richard Greene, Berkeley ‘57 Philip Lieberman, Purdue ‘64 Harold Silberberg, Texas ‘43 Kenneth Gurian, Mississippi ST ‘46 Todd Lifson, Minnesota ’82 Stuart Silver, Virginia ‘68 Max Gurvitch, Long Island ‘66 Tim Madison, Cincinnati ‘83 Michael Simon, Berkeley ‘56 David Halper, Miami U. ‘77 Mitchell Manders, Miami U. ‘04 Stuart Sinai, Ferris State ‘62 Sydney Handlin, Univ of Washington ‘57 James Marx, Nebraska ‘67 Kenneth Sirlin, Penn ‘61 Sheldon Harr, Cincinnati ‘65 Mark Mekler, Minnesota ‘75 Edward Snider, Maryland ‘51 John Harte, Penn ‘82 Bruce Melemed, Minnesota ‘62 Michael Sperling, KY Wesleyan ‘69 Bruce Hendin, Missouri ‘62 Robert Mendelson, Case Western ‘50 Robert Spielman, Bucknell ‘71 Gilbert Herer, Syracuse ‘50 Andrew Meyer, Ohio U. ‘71 Melvyn Bernard Spira, Case Western ‘53 Jeffrey Holden, Ohio State ‘61 Ronald Miller, Ohio State ‘62 Jay Stark, Wayne State ‘62 Robert Homan, No. Illinois ‘88 Michael Mills, Purdue ‘66 Paul Steen, Drexel ’57 Ronald Hurwitz, Wayne State ‘57 Stanley Minsk, UCLA ‘44 Stephen Stern, U. of Miami ‘62 Rita Isaacson, wife of Hal Mintz, Washington U. ‘89 Richard Strauss, MIT ‘57 Howard Isaacson, Ohio State ‘47 Sam Mirkin, Indiana ‘50 Richard Sukov, Berkeley ‘63 Jon Isenberg, Michigan ST ‘76 Jerrold Mirman, Ohio State ‘36 Monroe Szporn, Penn ‘68 Gerald Jacobs, Ohio State ‘56 Brian Moe, Texas A&M ‘04 Stanley Talesnick, Indiana ‘45 Arte Johnson, Illinois ‘46 Robert Morris, Tulane ‘53 Bruce Tasch, Miami U. ‘74 Stewart Kahn, Lehigh ‘62 Gerald Nadler, Purdue ‘42 Steven Taub, Michigan ‘81 Herbert Kalman, Houston ‘67 Neil Natkow, Indiana ‘66 M Ray Taylor, San Jose State ‘67 Ronald Kanfer, Oklahoma ‘66 Joseph Nehmen, Washington U. ‘68 Gerald Tellefsen, Columbia ‘57 Andrew Kaplan, Washington U. ‘80 David Nissenholtz, Missouri ‘64 Robert Travis, Cincinnati ‘42 Evan Kapp, Washington U. ‘73 George Novogroder, Buffalo ‘67 Robert Turner, Miami U. ‘70 David Katz, Ohio State ‘52 Morton Perel, McGill ’57 Gary Venner, Lehigh ‘65 Richmond Kauffman, MIT ‘36 Neal Post, Maryland ‘92 Norman Veta, Nebraska ‘41 Edward Kessler, Washington U. ‘62 Charles Rand, Penn ‘73 Eric Victorson, Michigan ‘04 Lawrence Kessler, Purdue ’61 Gerald Rehert, Syracuse ‘63 Emil Vogel, Buffalo ‘62 Donald Kirschner, Minnesota ‘55 Jay Rice, Rutgers ‘71 Milton Waldoff, Alabama ‘51 Michael Kissner, North Texas ‘67 Robert Rose, Buffalo ‘63 Mark Wallock, Texas ‘66 Stephen Kitsko, Drexel ‘75 Howard Rosenbloom, Long Island ‘67 Kevin Wechter, Texas ‘84 Myron Klevens, Washington U. ‘62 Steven Rosenmutter, Ohio State ‘68 Albert Weissman, USC ‘56 Mark Kodner, Missouri ‘80 William Rosenthal, Texas ‘69 Richard Winters, Cal ST-Northridge ‘84 Ronald Kolb, Case Western ‘63 Don Rotenberg, Oregon ‘52 Lawrence Wittels, Washington U. ‘78 Leonard Kosson, NYU ‘66 Jack Rubin, Texas ‘61 Alan Wittenberg, USC ‘64 Robert Krause, Michigan ‘39 Edward Ruch, Miami U. ‘69 Robert Wolpe, Cornell ‘65 Daniel Kristol, Penn ‘55 Scott Rudin, Syracuse ‘96 Patrick Woody, NC State ‘86 Michael Kurman, Ohio State ‘70 M William Sadock, Case Western ‘56 Steven Woronoff, Michigan ST ‘81 Ross Landsbaum, USC ‘81 Mark Sadock, Case Western ‘80 David Wright, Indiana ‘82 Elliott Lapin, Maryland ‘44 Glenn Saltsman, Michigan ST’89 Irvin Yaffe, Nebraska ‘37 James K Lawrence, Ohio State ‘59 Stuart Schapiro, Cincinnati ’63 Seth Zachary, USC ‘78 Samuel Leff, NYU ‘51 Hubert Schlosberg, Syracuse ‘50 Paul Lehrer, Hartford ’68 Peter Schneidkraut, Lehigh ‘72 Kenneth Leichman, U. of Miami ‘56 Lewis Schwartz, Texas ‘67 R Richard Leinhardt, Brooklyn ‘65 David Schwartz, Tulane ‘87Gifts in Fiscal Year June 1, 2010-May 31, 2011
    • Donors (Up To $149) Alan Aaronson, Queens ‘58 Stanley Block, Cincinnati ‘42 Andrew Dember, Lehigh ‘73 Phillip Abramson, Texas ‘70 Brian Blonder, Wayne State ‘79 Michael Denenberg, Nebraska ‘55 Edwin Adelman, Penn State ‘58 Donald Blum, SMU ‘69 Michael Dick, Oklahoma ‘62 Herman Adler, Texas A&M ‘04 Robert Blumberg, MIT ‘61 Charles Dolginer, Berkeley ‘58 Michael Africk, UCLA ‘84 Gary Blumenthal, Miami U. ‘68 Lee Dollins, Toledo ‘61 David Alloy, Nebraska ‘70 Alfred Blumstein, Cornell ‘49 Ronald Donn, Ohio State ‘61 Stephen Alpart, Washington U. ‘82 Austin Bond, Texas A&M ‘05 Alan Dorenfeld, Maryland ‘64 Ira Alpert, USC ‘61 Howard Book, Manitoba ‘59 Gary Dunn, Virginia ‘01 Joseph Alpert, Indiana ‘57 Jerome Bookstein, Wayne State ‘53 Donald Dunner, Purdue ‘50 Eric Altman, Lehigh ‘81 William Boorstein, Michigan ‘57 Philip Dunsker, Cornell ‘52 David Ames, Berkeley ‘47 Marvin Bornstein, Indiana ‘58 Milton Dzodin, Ferris State ‘65 Melvin Anspach, Indiana ‘60 Edwin Bornstein, Louisville ‘60 Stanley Eisner, Washington U. ‘51 Brian Appel, Cincinnati ‘69 David Boyer, Illinois ‘65 Gerald Elkan, NC State ‘61 Martin Arch, Penn ‘51 Andrew Bram, Bucknell ‘64 Howard Ely, Texas ‘48 Stuart Aronoff, Berkeley ‘51 Charles Brotchner, Cal ST-Northridge ‘66 Earle Endelman, Wayne State ‘58 Bernard Aronowitz, Alabama ‘49 Jack Brown, Cincinnati ‘55 Philip Engel, Texas ‘54 Hillel Auerbach, MIT ‘55 Harvey Brown, Washington U. ‘45 Julian Epstein, Tulane ‘61 Asif Avshalumov, Texas A&M ‘05 Paul Burstein, Buffalo ‘52 Aaron Epstein, Washington ‘48 Leonard Axelrod, Indiana ‘69 Milton Carl, Oregon ‘43 Kevin Erskine, Alfred U. ‘98 Daniel Azarnoff, Rutgers ‘43 Joel Carson, Oklahoma ‘56 Louis Exstein, Bucknell ‘43 Samuel H L Bahn, Columbia ‘55 Blake Casher, Pittsburgh ‘67 Douglas Fager, Wisconsin ‘70 Ronald Baker, Oklahoma ‘61 Hugh Chairnoff, Drexel ‘58 Joel Feinson, U. of Miami ‘50 David Balas, Miami U. ‘71 Kevin Chaitoff, Miami U. ‘77 William Feinstein, Texas ‘86 Philip Balas, Miami U. ‘71 Norman Chanin, Rutgers ‘62 Mark Feldman, UCLA ‘84 Matthew Barb, Case Western ‘92 Stuart Chazin, Minnesota ‘79 William Feldman, Oklahoma ‘34 Lee Barewin, Washington U. ‘55 William Chertok, Penn ‘47 Michael Feldman, Pittsburgh ‘66 Thomas Barham, West Florida ‘06 Randy Chudler, Michigan ‘79 De Neal Feldman, Ohio State ‘51 Joel Baron, Brooklyn ‘57 Clifford Chudler, Wayne State ‘53 Allen Feltman, Texas ‘72 J Martin Barrash, Maryland ‘60 Murray Cogan, McGill ‘58 F Rick Ferber, San Diego State ‘83 Franklin Battat, Berkeley ‘52 Ronald Cohen, Indiana ‘55 Keith Fern, Texas ‘86 Benjamin Bearman, Minnesota ‘97 Victor Cohen, Ohio State ‘62 Frederick Fink, Cincinnati ‘55 Herbert Behr, Cincinnati ‘52 Charles Cohen, Indiana ‘60 Robert Finkel, Michigan ‘62 Jeffrey Bell, Texas ‘87 Philip Cohen, Cincinnati ‘59 William Finkelstein, Texas ‘68 Samuel Bellas, Virginia ‘97 Alvin Cohn, Cincinnati ‘53 Eugene Finkelstein, Penn State ‘52 Milton Bellis, Minnesota ‘43 Avern Cohn, Michigan ‘42 Gerald Fisher, UCLA ‘56 Warren Bender, Ohio State ‘52 Oscar Cohen, Penn ‘72 Lee Fleischer, Washington U. ‘78 Philip Berk, UCLA ‘53 Phillip Cohen, Missouri ‘48 Joel Fliegel, Miami U. ‘91 Daniel Berkley, Wayne State ‘66 Kenneth Collins, Indiana ‘46 Mirriam Fogel, wife of Norman Berkowitz, Pittsburgh ‘66 Richard Coppins, Lehigh ‘65 Isadore Fogel, Purdue ‘47 Earl Berkun, Illinois ‘61 Melvin Cosner, Washington U. ’47 Fred Forman, Case Western ‘62 Stanley Berman, Cincinnati ‘39 Paul Crane, Minnesota ‘63 Melvin Forst, Pittsburgh ‘51 Martin Berns, Illinois ’55 Philip Crystal, Brooklyn ’66 David Fradkin, Texas ‘86 Gerald Biales, Case Western ‘56 Dennis Custage, Penn ‘64 Bruce Frank, Minnesota ‘59 Howard Birmiel, CCNY/Baruch ‘66 Don Dadesky, USC ‘84 Marvin Frank, Ohio State ‘43 Robert Bitton, Rutgers ‘57 Robert Daroff, Penn ‘54 Robert Frankel, USC ‘53 Irving Blackman, Washington U. ‘48 Bernard Dave, Cincinnati ‘43 Lynn Freed, San Jose State ‘63 Allan Blair, Ohio State ‘48 Robert Davidow, Penn ‘66 David Freishtat, Maryland ‘54 Arnold Blitzer, Cincinnati ‘53 John Dellar, Berkeley ‘55 Marvin Fremerman, Missouri ‘49Gifts in Fiscal Year June 1, 2010-May 31, 2011
    • Donors (Up To $149) Dave Friedberg, USC ‘63 Roger Griffiths, New Orleans ‘69 Robert Kaplow, Cornell ‘65 Stephen Friedman, Indiana ‘69 Stuart Grossman, Indiana ‘49 Alfred Karchmer, Oklahoma ‘42 Thomas Friedman, Miami U. ‘65 Henry Gruner, Pittsburgh ‘65 Sanford Kartzman, Penn ‘65 Leslie Friedman, Illinois ‘71 Michael Halbert, Alabama ‘60 Gerald Katell, MIT ‘59 Berwyn Friedman, UCLA ‘52 Harold Halpern, Buffalo ‘52 Harold Katz, Minnesota ‘79 Bruce Friedman, CCNY/Baruch ‘74 Richard Halpern, Missouri ‘65 David Katz, Penn State ‘69 Joel Friedman, Lehman ‘66 Harold Hamburg, Indiana ‘56 Jason Kaufman, Arizona ‘92 Melvyn Frieman, Cincinnati ‘52 Roger Hamburg, Michigan ‘53 William Keleher, Texas Western ‘66 Peter Fruehman, Purdue ‘64 Calvin Hamburger, Maryland ‘55 Robert Kellman, Cornell ‘70 Ira Gall, Cincinnati ‘45 R Stephen Hanke, USC ‘70 Edward Kessel, Penn State ‘55 Arnold Garber, Wayne State ‘55 Jack Heines, Cincinnati ‘54 Jarred Kest, Wisconsin ‘97 Eric Garfield, USC ‘90 Michael Heines, Ohio State ‘84 Robert Kiesler, Illinois ‘51 Stanley Gendler, Minnesota ‘41 Scott Henderson, Texas A&M ‘04 Michael Kimber, No. Michigan ‘69 Israel Gerber, CCNY/Baruch ‘46 Morton Herman, Texas ‘61 Armand Kirschenbaum, NYU ‘49 Marshall Gerber, Oklahoma ‘60 Bruce Heyman, Cincinnati ‘61 Mikhail Kisin, Texas A&M ‘04 M John Germain, Lehigh ‘69 Rodney Hill, UCLA ‘55 Maurice Kitces, Case Western ‘62 Barry Gersick, Washington U. ‘64 Arnold Himelstein, Tulane ‘64 Jonathan Kitei, Indiana ‘85 Solomon Getz, Drexel ‘56 David Hirsch, Arizona ‘92 Adam Klein, Arizona ‘88 Sander Gibson, McGill ‘68 Gary Hirschberg, Lehigh ‘75 Steven Klein, Queens ‘67 H Steven Gilbert, Case Western ‘67 Leon Hirsh, Oklahoma ‘51 Mark Kleinman, Texas ‘82 Marvin Gilman, Nebraska ‘54 Scott Hodes, Indiana ‘83 Richard Koch, Syracuse ‘45 Peter Gilman, Cornell ‘68 Kenneth Hoffman, Illinois ‘72 Michael Kogan, Texas A&M ‘04 James Ginsburg, Minnesota ‘62 Sheldon Hoffman, Berkeley ‘48 Joshua Kolapo, West Florida ‘10 Ronald Glanzman, Butler ‘55 Mervyn Hollander, Michigan ST ‘60 Franklin Koren, Ohio State ‘51 Harry Glickman, Oregon ‘42 Albert Hopper, West Florida ‘98 Fred Korngut, SMU ‘47 Howard Gluck, Texas ‘42 Fredric Horowitz, Berkeley ‘67 Stanley Kraushaar, Michigan ‘55 Sanford Gluck, NC State‘48 Stephen Hurst, Indiana ‘59 Martin Kravitz, Michigan ST ‘69 Howard Gochberg, Penn State ‘57 Christopher Huston, Minnesota ‘04 Stuart Krawll, Missouri ‘66 Elliott Gold, Indiana ‘62 Allan Hyman, Syracuse ‘60 Charles Krebs, Texas A&M ‘04 Bennett Gold, NYU ‘63 Julius Hyman, MIT ‘54 Peter Kreeger, Indiana ‘66 Harley Gold, Illinois-Chicago ‘70 Leonard Indianer, Alabama ‘57 Harvey Krevolin, Pittsburgh ‘49 Oscar Goldberg, Washington U. ‘48 Gerald Ingber, Michigan ‘47 Barry Kricsfeld, Nebraska ‘66 Norman Goldberg, CCNY/Baruch ‘65 William Israel, NC State ’56 Kfir Kron, Arizona State ‘05 Howard Goldberg, Maryland ‘48 Lawrence Jacobs, Penn ‘61 James Kruzan, Wayne State ‘79 Morton Golde, Michigan ‘48 Howard Jacobs, Texas ‘52 Mark Lachey, Michigan State ‘76 Barry Goldfarb, Cincinnati ‘77 Marc Jacobson, Michigan ‘52 Robert Lachin, MIT ‘56 Marc Goldfeder, Case Western ‘62 Brian James, Texas A&M ‘06 Hans Lageschulte, Purdue ‘85 William Goldstein, Syracuse ‘56 Matthew Johnson, Berkeley ‘03 Arthur Landesman, Lehigh ‘40 Ira Goldstein, Buffalo ‘82 Ivan Joseph, Temple ‘87 Donald Landis, Pittsburgh ‘49 Phillip Goldstein, Washington U. ‘53 Simon Kalish, Wayne State ‘48 Alvin Langer, Washington U. ‘52 Richard Gole, Indiana ‘65 Ruben Kalra, Berkeley ‘95 Malcolm Largmann, Brooklyn ‘57 Alvin Golman, Wayne State ‘51 Steven Kalt, Michigan ‘61 Harold Laves, Texas ‘58 Barry Goodfriend, Texas ‘52 Peter Kaltman, Long Island ‘64 Rahim Lavi, Washington ‘55 Harvey Goodman, Ohio State ‘72 Larry Kane, Illinois ‘59 Noel Lawson, Ohio State ‘56 Richard Goodstadt, Rutgers ‘62 Lawrence Kanter, Tulane ‘64 James Lawwill, Washington ‘70 Glenn Graef, Bucknell ‘82 Fred Kaplan, Oklahoma ‘67 Ronald Lazarus, Missouri ‘66 Brent Grazman, Missouri ‘83 Jay Kaplan, Case Western ‘68 Walter Le Vine, Rutgers ‘59 David Greenberg, Rutgers ‘47 Leo Kaplan, UCLA ‘39 Abe Leber, Nebraska ‘65 Brandon Greenberg, Boston U. ‘10 Scott Kaplan, Washington U. ‘69 Stephen Leeds, Penn State ‘64 Harry Greenwald, Syracuse ‘48 Milton Kaplan, Case Western ‘54 Jeffrey Legum, Maryland ‘57Gifts in Fiscal Year June 1, 2010-May 31, 2011
    • Donors (Up To $149) Matthew Leone-Zwillinger, Rutgers ‘08 Dennis Marshall, Rutgers ‘62 Steven Paul, Case Western ‘58 Richard Leopold, Miami U. ‘67 Leonard Mastbaum, Minnesota ‘57 Jon Pearlman, USC ‘89 Jay Lerman, Purdue ‘68 Adam Masur, Louisiana State ‘09 Lawrence Perelman, Ohio State ‘51 Arthur Lerner, Rutgers ‘47 Justin Mayer, Penn State ‘00 Robert Perlberg, USC ‘65 Michael Less, Missouri ‘66 Steven Mayer, Oklahoma ‘62 Lee Pesakoff, Cincinnati ‘59 Mark Lester, Cornell ‘71 Jerrold Mayster, Purdue ‘65 Leonard Pfeifer, NYU ‘56 Marvin Levin, Washington U. ‘43 Albert Melman, Washington U. ‘47 Nick Philko, Michigan ST ‘93 Arnold Levin, Indiana ‘54 James Mendelson, Washington U. ‘73 Robert Pincus, Michigan ‘63 David Levin, Indiana ‘87 Andrew Merin, Bucknell ‘67 Michael Pliner, Case Western ’64 Perry Levine, Cal ST-Northridge ‘84 Keith Merrill, Penn ‘72 Harold Pollman, Texas ‘50 Julian Levine, Texas ‘54 Leon Meschoulam, UC-San Diego ‘89 Mitchell Pomerance, Texas ‘81 Jerome Levine, Cincinnati ‘62 Max Meyer, Indiana ‘41 Neil Posnansky, Wisconsin ‘84 Sanford Levine, NC State ‘55 Joel Meyers, Queens ‘59 James Primes, UCLA ‘47 Howard Levinsky, Wisconsin ‘69 Mike Michaelson, Maryland ‘54 Mark Pultman, USC ‘64 Martin Levinson, Queens ‘64 Morris Miehl, Oklahoma ‘50 David Rahmani, Texas A&M ‘06 Martin Levitin, Case Western ‘50 Philip Mihok, Louisville ‘65 Alan Rashes, Queens ‘62 Alan Levy, Miami U. ‘72 Marvin Miller, Indiana ‘46 Lloyd Rauch, Purdue ‘49 Joseph Levy, USC ‘51 Steven Miller, Penn ‘72 Andrew Reichman, Lehigh ‘94 Jerome Levy, Washington U. ‘48 William Miller, Washington U. ‘48 Allan Rein, Wayne State ‘57 Clair Lewis, Minnesota ‘58 Frederick Miner, Tulane ‘54 Jack Reingold, Toronto ‘51 Marvin Lewis, Berkeley ‘48 James Moidel, Case Western ‘62 Edward Reiss, CCNY/Baruch ‘66 Myron Libien, Penn ‘52 Robert Moise, Purdue ‘44 Peter Reiter, Brooklyn ‘63 Marc Lichtenberg, Penn ‘82 Donald Moritz, Pittsburgh ‘46 Jay Reitzes, Ohio U. ‘93 Richard Lidsky, Cornell ‘69 Neil Moscow, Penn State ‘67 Michael Resnick, Ohio State ‘69 David Lieberman, Illinois Tech ‘45 William Moses, Oklahoma ‘59 Arthur Robbins, Penn ‘51 Jay Lifshen, Miami U. ‘70 Neil Moss, Case Western ‘63 Arthur Rock, Syracuse ‘46 Timothy Light, Miami U. ‘74 Phillip Myers, Ohio State ‘54 David Roda, Drexel ‘47 Ronald Linder, Penn ‘52 Alan Nadel, Penn ‘86 Miles Roger, Indiana ‘02 Jeffrey Lipkin, Syracuse ‘89 Arnold Nathanson, Ohio State ‘46 Shea Rood, U. of Miami ‘57 Marc Lipshaw, Michigan ST ‘78 Bernard Nebenzahl, Berkeley ‘54 Dennis Rosen, Michigan ST ‘76 William Lipsky, Cincinnati ‘61 Mervin Needell, Rutgers ‘42 Eric Rosen, Ohio State ‘80 Robert Liss, Northeastern ‘68 Fred Neil, Maryland ‘53 Les Rosenberg, Ohio State ‘69 Martin London, Monmouth ‘69 Leonard Nevins, Syracuse ‘45 Steven Rosenblum, Texas ‘86 Paul Los, Northeastern ‘68 Steven Newman, Miami U. ‘74 Howard Rosenhoch, Buffalo ‘68 Michael Louik, Pittsburgh ‘61 Jay Newman, Washington U. ‘73 Martin Rosensweig, Rutgers ‘70 Craig Ludin, Michigan ST ‘73 Jefferson Newsom, Stephen F. Austin ‘97 Jeremy Rosenthal, Syracuse ‘59 Leonard Ludwig, Case Western ‘56 William Nitekman, Illinois ‘99 Gary Rosenzweig, Virginia ‘70 G Lynn Lyen, San Jose State ‘63 Craig Nochumson, Arizona ‘89 Jerry Ross, Berkeley ‘56 Larry Lyons, CCNY/Baruch ‘67 Jay Nogi, Rochester ‘65 Franklin Roth, USC ‘70 Arthur Maharam, Pittsburgh ‘41 Donald Novack, Syracuse ‘63 Michael Roth, Michigan ST ‘61 Alan Maisel, Long Island ‘65 Samuel Nover, Ferris State ‘62 Robert Roth, Lehigh ‘75 Edward Major, Rochester ‘57 Joseph Nunez, Washington U. ‘78 Melvyn Rubenfire, Wayne State ‘59 Kenneth Makovsky, Washington U. ‘61 Kenneth Oken, Washington U. ‘83 Erwin Rubenstein, Michigan ‘53 Jeffrey Mandel, Washington U. ‘61 Kenneth Okin, MIT ‘68 Eric Rubin, Texas A&M ‘04 Lawrence Manzino, Lehman ‘66 Kenneth Olshan, Indiana ‘51 Steven Rubin, Case Western ‘68 Christopher Marasco, RochesterTech ‘09 Michael Orenstein, Cornell ‘58 Steven Rutman, Texas ‘86 Joel Margolies, Alabama ‘52 Steven Orenstein, Ohio State ‘71 Robert Ruvelson, Minnesota ‘48 Jerry Margolin, Nebraska ‘55 Alvin Ostroff, Northeastern ‘68 Stanley Saikin, Texas ‘51 Paul Margulis, Indiana ‘81 Ronald Osur, U. of Miami ‘55 Arthur Saltz, Lehman ‘67 Howard Marin, Hunter ‘66 Raymond Packouz, Oregon ‘40 Harry Samuels, Washington U. ‘49Gifts in Fiscal Year June 1, 2010-May 31, 2011
    • Donors (Up To $149) Gerald Sandler, Missouri ‘71 Stanley Sorongon, Long Island ‘67 Albert Weiss, Penn State ‘66 Donald Sands, Wisconsin ‘69 Gary Soule, Missouri ‘66 Bruce Wertheim, Syracuse ‘84 Brent Schacter, Manitoba ‘59 Owen Spatt, CCNY/Baruch ‘46 Lee White, Nebraska ‘42 Paul Schapiro, Case Western ‘74 Irwin Spetgang, Rutgers ‘49 Thomas Wiener, Texas ‘59 Gerald Schapiro, Pittsburgh ‘64 Marvin Starman, Michigan ‘55 Stephen Winer, Minnesota ‘83 Robert Schenkman, UCLA ‘57 Barry Stein, Youngstown U. ‘68 Floyd Chester Witten, NC State ‘47 Anshel Schiff, Purdue ‘55 Jasper Stem, NC State ‘85 Philip Wittenberg, Michigan ‘47 Jon Schneider, U. of Miami ‘66 Jonathan Stern, Miami U. ‘80 Robert Wolf, Texas A&M ‘04 Lillian Schneider, wife of Bernard Sternsher, Alabama ‘47 Steven Wolfe, Cornell ‘56 Semon Schneider, UCLA ‘50 Robert Stiller, Ohio State ‘46 Alfred Wolin, Michigan ‘52 Richard Schoen, San Jose State ‘64 Jeffrey Stites, U. of Miami ‘89 Stanton Wolkoff, Minnesota ‘50 Robert Schoen, KY Wesleyan ‘69 Sidney Stone, Washington U. ‘41 Joseph Wolkowicz, Minnesota ‘65 Laurence Schor, SMU ‘61 Larry Strauss, Columbia ‘70 Edward Wolkowitz, Cal ST-Northridge ‘68 Robert Schreiber, Oklahoma ‘47 Stanley Stuhlbarg, Cincinnati ‘43 Fred Wollins, Ohio State ‘50 Jerold Schulman, Drexel ‘60 Steve Sturm, Columbia ‘59 Michael Wolnerman, Indiana ‘82 Robert Schultz, Boston U. ‘68 Robert Sugarman, Geo. Washington ‘67 Harry Woodell, Case Western ‘77 Edward Schultz, Drexel ‘75 David Svidlow, Oklahoma ‘57 Albert Zalcmann, Drexel ‘65 Steven Schultz, Oklahoma ‘67 Allan Swedelson, Berkeley ‘56 Robert Zamen, Missouri ‘49 Morton Schwartz, Rutgers ‘42 Larry Sweet, Michigan ‘53 Mario Zamora, Arizona State ‘08 Benjamin Schwartz, Nebraska ‘46 Martin Tamler, Indiana ‘81 Arnold Zegart, Purdue ‘54 Milton Setnar, Buffalo ‘52 Ian Taras, UC-San Diego ‘86 Dean Zemel, Wisconsin ‘69 Mark Shanberg, Indiana ‘87 Kenneth Tecler, Wisconsin ‘66 Harold Zenick, North Texas ‘67 Zef Shanfield, Case Western ‘66 Alan Thomas, Penn ‘78 Gary Zinman, Penn State ‘55 Arthur Shanker, Indiana ‘53 Justin Tirsun, Texas A&M ‘04 Stanley Zipser, Ohio State ‘41 Milton Shapiro, Minnesota ‘41 Irving Tons, Texas ‘69 Robert Zitsman, Ohio State ‘74 Randolph Shapiro, Virginia ‘74 Penney Towers, Friend Morton Zuber, Nebraska ‘41 Irving Share, Rutgers ‘41 Alan Travis, Cincinnati ‘49 Rahmon Zuckerman, Miami U. ‘81 Robert Sharenow, Miami U. ‘62 Norman Turkish, Cornell ‘53 Harvey Shaynes, Washington U. ‘47 Marvin Union, Case Western ‘63 Michael Shelby, NC State ‘96 Michael Uslan, Indiana ‘70 Steven Sheldon, Texas Mark Vangrov, Miami U. ‘67 Frederic Sherman, Cornell ‘55 Kevin Volchok, USC ‘89 Orrin Shifrin, Illinois ‘86 Zollie Volchok, Oregon ‘35 David Shore, Cincinnati ‘47 Lee Vorisek, Purdue ‘51 Robert Siegel, Buffalo ‘63 Scott Vroubel, Ohio State ‘96 Stuart Silbar, Ohio State ‘49 William Wachsman, Case Western ‘68 Samuel Silber, UCLA ‘50 Jeremy Waldman, Minnesota ‘60 Stephen Silverman, Northwestern ‘67 Peter Waldstein, Michigan ‘76 Craig Simon, Michigan ST ‘88 Dexter Wang, Cornell ‘66 Steven Simon, Miami U. ‘68 Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Cincinnati ‘77 Ralph Siskind, Case Western ‘68 Bruce Waxman, Cornell ‘61 Harold Sitrin, Rochester ‘64 Leon Wechsler, Purdue ‘64 B Lee Skilken, Ohio State ‘48 Bernard Wecht, Rutgers ‘49 Laurence Slotnick, Syracuse ‘77 R Thomas Weeks, Toledo ‘66 Richard Small, Oklahoma ‘69 Alan Weinberg, NC State ‘60 Don Smylie, Purdue ‘64 Michael Weinberg, Maryland ‘65 Larry Sokol, Penn ‘65 Michael Weinberger, Michigan ‘53 Robert Sokoloff, Syracuse ‘90 Brian Weinstein, Univ. of Albany ‘86 Norman Solomon, Washington U. ‘52 Samuel Weisbuch, Johnson & Wales ’08 Harvey Sorkow, Washington U. ‘49 Lawrence Weiss, Michigan State ‘76Gifts in Fiscal Year June 1, 2010-May 31, 2011
    • Top 5 Chapters By Donations Number of Donors 1. Washington University (Phi) 1. University of Texas (Sigma Theta) 2. Purdue University (Sigma Eta) 2. Ohio State University (Sigma Beta) 3. University of Texas (Sigma Theta) 3. Washington University (Phi) 4. Syracuse University (Eta) 4. Indiana University (Sigma Zeta) 5. University of Southern California (Mu Theta) 5. University of Cincinnati (Omicron) Donor Honor Roll By Chapter Alabama Lowell Milken, ‘67 Emil Vogel, ‘62Bernard Aronowitz, ‘49 Michael Milken, ‘65 Cary Wolf, ’61 Richard Block, ‘56 Bernard Nebenzahl, ‘54 Michael Halbert, ‘60 Albert Praw, ‘66 Butler Leonard Indianer, ‘57 Jerry Ross, ‘56 Ronald Glanzman, ’55 Joel Margolies, ‘52 Richard Sandler, ‘67Bernard Sternsher, ‘47 Michael Simon, ‘56 Cal State-Northridge Milton Waldoff, ‘51 Richard Sukov, ‘63 Charles Brotchner, ‘66 Gilbert Yanuck, ‘59 Allan Swedelson, ‘56 Perry Levine, ‘84 Richard Winters, ‘84 Alberta Boston University Edward Wolkowitz, ’68 Allan Corenblum, ‘60 Brandon Greenberg, ‘10 Robert Schultz, ’68 Case Western Reserve University Alfred Matthew Barb, ‘92 James Curl, ‘94 Brandeis Gerald Biales, ‘56 Kevin Erskine, ‘98 David Greenberg, ’94 Martin Charns, ‘64 Timothy Clancy, ‘87 Arizona Brooklyn College Fred Forman, ‘62 David Hirsch, ‘92 Joel Baron, ‘57 H Steven Gilbert, ‘67 Jason Kaufman, ‘92 Philip Crystal, ‘66 Louis Gitomer, ‘69 Adam Klein, ‘88 Malcolm Largmann, ‘57 Marc Goldfeder, ‘62Craig Nochumson, ‘89 R Richard Leinhardt, ‘65 Jay Kaplan, ‘68 Peter Reiter, ’63 Milton Kaplan, ‘54 Arizona State Maurice Kitces, ‘62 Kfir Kron, ‘05 Bucknell Ronald Kolb, ‘63 Mario Zamora, ‘08 Andrew Bram, ‘64 Daniel Lease, ‘67 Louis Exstein, ‘43 Sanford Levine, ‘73 Berkeley Glenn Graef, ‘82 Martin Levitin, ‘50 David Ames, ‘47 Ernest Kalman, ‘54 Leonard Ludwig, ‘56 Stuart Aronoff, ‘51 Ari Lewis, ‘90 Robert Mendelson, ‘50 Franklin Battat, ‘52 Andrew Merin, ‘67 James Moidel, ‘62 John Dellar, ‘55 Robert Spielman, ’71 Neil Moss, ‘63Charles Dolginer, ‘58 Robert Packard, ‘49 Robert Ford, ‘81 Buffalo Steven Paul, ‘58 David Freeman, ‘56 Paul Burstein, ‘52 Michael Pliner, ‘64 Irving Goldberg, ‘45 Ira Goldstein, ‘82 James Rasbold, ‘80 Richard Greene, ‘57 Harold Halpern, ‘52 Steven Rubin, ‘68Sheldon Hoffman, ‘48 George Novogroder, ‘67 M William Sadock, ‘56Fredric Horowitz, ‘67 Robert Rose, ‘63 Mark Sadock, ‘80Matthew Johnson, ‘03 Howard Rosenhoch, ‘68 Steven Schaefer, ‘55 Ruben Kalra, ‘95 Milton Setnar, ‘52 Paul Schapiro, ‘74 Marvin Lewis, ‘48 Robert Siegel, ‘63 Zef Shanfield, ‘66
    • Case Western Reserve continued… Cornell Illinois Carl Singer, ‘65 Samuel H L Bahn, ‘55 Earl Berkun, ‘61 Ralph Siskind, ‘68 Stephen Berzok, ‘57 Martin Berns, ‘55 Melvyn Spira, ‘53 Frederic Brooks, ‘54 David Boyer, ‘65 Marvin Union, ‘63 Larry Strauss, ‘70 Ronald Broida, ‘62 William Wachsman, ‘68 Steve Sturm, ‘59 Leslie Friedman, ‘71 Harry Woodell, ‘77 Gerald Tellefsen, ‘57 Kenneth Hoffman, ‘72 Alfred Blumstein, ‘49 Arte Johnson, ‘46 CCNY/Baruch Philip Dunsker, ‘52 Larry Kane, ‘59 Howard Birmiel, ‘66 Peter Gilman, ‘68 Gary Kash, ‘71 Bruce Friedman, ‘74 Irwin Jacobs, ‘51 Ronald Katch, ‘51 Israel Gerber, ‘46 Robert Kaplow, ‘65 Robert Kiesler, ‘51 Norman Goldberg, ‘65 Robert Kellman, ‘70 William Nitekman, ‘99 Larry Lyons, ‘67 Mark Lester, ‘71 Orrin Shifrin, ‘86 Joseph Macnow, ‘63 Richard Lidsky, ‘69 Howard Stone, ‘54 Roy Mayers, ‘62 Donald Milsten, ‘57 Joel Warady, ‘75 Edward Reiss, ‘66 Seymour Musiker, ‘52 Owen Spatt, ‘46 Michael Orenstein, ‘58 Illinois Tech Dennis Paese, ‘70 David Lieberman, ‘45 Cincinnati Alexander Shapero, ‘04 Brian Appel, ‘69 Frederic Sherman, ‘55 Illinois Chicago Louis Beck, ‘65 Alvin Silverman, ‘42 Harley Gold, ‘70 Herbert Behr, ‘52 Norman Turkish, ‘53 David Rice, ‘83 Stanley Berman, ‘39 Dexter Wang, ‘66 Arnold Blitzer, ‘53 Bruce Waxman, ‘61 Indiana Stanley Block, ‘42 Steven Wolfe, ‘56 Joseph Alpert, ‘57 Stanton Bluestone, ‘53 Robert Wolpe, ‘65 Melvin Anspach, ‘60 Jack Brown, ‘55 Leonard Axelrod, ‘69 Clyde Chudnoff, ‘65 Drexel Marvin Bornstein, ‘58 Wilbur Cohen, ‘42 Hugh Chairnoff, ‘58 Bradley Cohen, ‘85 Philip Cohen, ‘39 Solomon Getz, ‘56 Ronald Cohen, ‘55 Alvin Cohn, ‘53 Stephen Kitsko, ‘75 Charles Cohen, ‘60 Bernard Dave, ‘43 Earle Irving Mack, ‘56 Kenneth Collins, ‘46 Jerome David, ‘67 Michael Masciandaro, ‘76 Howard Friedman, ‘57 Frederick Fink, ‘55 Robert F P Nerz, ‘73 Stephen Friedman, ‘69 Melvyn Frieman, ‘52 David Roda, ‘47 David Frolich, ‘62 Ira Gall, ‘45 Jerold Schulman, ‘60 Elliott Gold, ‘62 Barry Goldfarb, ‘77 Edward Schultz, ‘75 Joel Goldman, ‘82 Sheldon Harr, ‘65 Paul Steen, ‘57 Richard Goldman, ‘55 Jeffrey Harrison, ‘61 Albert Zalcmann, ‘65 Richard Gole, ‘65 Jack Heines, ‘54 Stuart Grossman, ‘49 Bruce Heyman, ‘61 Ferris State Harold Hamburg, ‘56 John Kollm, ‘93 Milton Dzodin, ‘65 Scott Hodes, ‘83 Jerome Levine, ‘62 Samuel Nover, ‘62 Stephen Hurst, ‘59 Gerald Levy, ‘64 Mickey Shapiro, ‘66 Jonathan Kitei, ‘85 William Lipsky, ‘61 Stuart Sinai, ‘62 Peter Kreeger, ‘66 Tim Madison, ‘83 Robert Sugarman, ‘67 Gerald Kurlander, ‘51 Timothy Mayer, ‘98 Arnold Levin, ‘54 Hanno Mott, ‘52 Hartford David Levin, ‘87 Lee Pesakoff, ‘59 Paul Lehrer, ‘68 Keith Libman, ‘66 Stuart Schapiro, ‘63 Paul Margulis, ‘81 David Shore, ‘47 Houston Max Meyer, ‘41 Stanley Stuhlbarg, ‘43 Steven Franklin, ‘67 Marvin Miller, ‘46 Gabriel Tavares, ‘91 Jay Ginsburg, ‘67 Sam Mirkin, ’50 Robert Travis, ‘42 Herbert Kalman, ’67 Ronald Mora, ‘52 Alan Travis, ‘49 Neil Natkow, ‘66 Jeffrey Wasserstrom, ‘77 Hunter Kenneth Olshan, ‘51 David Weiner, ‘62 Howard Marin, ‘66 Miles Roger, ‘02
    • Indiana continued… Louisville Jonathan Stern, ‘80 Mark Shanberg, ‘87 Edwin Bornstein, ‘60 Bruce Tasch, ‘74 Arthur Shanker, ‘53 Philip Mihok, ‘65 Robert Turner, ‘70 Stanley Talesnick, ‘45 Mark Vangrov, ‘67 Martin Tamler, ‘81 Manitoba Rahmon Zuckerman, ‘81 Michael Uslan, ‘70 Howard Book, ‘59Michael Wolnerman, ‘82 Brent Schacter, ‘59 Michigan David Wright, ‘82 Raymond Turgel, ‘43 William Boorstein, ‘57 Richard Burstein, ‘63 Iowa Maryland Randy Chudler, ‘79 Andrew Ahitow, ‘95 J Martin Barrash, ‘60 Avern Cohn, ‘42 Alan Dorenfeld, ‘64 I Jeffrey Engel, ‘59 Johnson & Wales David Freishtat, ‘54 Michael Epstein, ‘79 Samuel Weisbuch, ‘08 Howard Goldberg, ‘48 Robert Finkel, ‘62 Calvin Hamburger, ‘55 Robert Friedman, ‘76 Kentucky Wesleyan Gerald Katz, ‘47 Morton Golde, ‘48 William Gilliam, ‘75 Elliott Lapin, ‘44 Robert Goldfarb, ‘76 Robert Schoen, ‘69 Jeffrey Legum, ‘57 Alan Greenberg, ‘57 Michael Sperling, ‘69 Mike Michaelson, ‘54 Roger Hamburg, ‘53 Howard Miller, ‘54 Joel Herman, ‘82 Lehigh Fred Neil, ‘53 Gerald Ingber, ‘47 Eric Altman, ‘81 Neal Post, ‘92 Marc Jacobson, ‘52 Paul Biddelman, ‘64 Edward Snider, ‘51 Steven Kalt, ‘61 Richard Coppins, ‘65 Michael Weinberg, ‘65 Robert Krause, ‘39 Andrew Dember, ‘73 Stanley Kraushaar, ‘55 M John Germain, ‘69 Massachusetts Howard Levine, ‘48 Henry Goldberg, ‘66 Albert Belsky, ‘65 Seymour Lichter, ‘45 Gary Hirschberg, ‘75 Barry Brock, ‘68 Robert Pincus, ‘63 Stewart Kahn, ‘62 Erwin Rubenstein, ‘53Arthur Landesman, ‘40 McGill Kenneth Shevin, ‘53Andrew Reichman, ‘94 Murray Cogan, ‘58 Marvin Starman, ‘55 Robert Roth, ‘75 David Genser, ‘59 Larry Sweet, ‘53Peter Schneidkraut, ‘72 Sander Gibson, ‘68 Steven Taub, ‘81 Herbert Siegel, ‘47 Morton Perel, ‘57 Eric Victorson, ‘04 Bradley Unger, ‘94 Peter Waldstein, ‘76 Gary Venner, ‘65 Miami University Michael Weinberger, ‘53 Clifford White, ‘79 David Balas, ‘71 Philip Wittenberg, ‘47 Philip Balas, ‘71 Alfred Wolin, ‘52 Lehman Gary Blumenthal, ‘68 Joel Friedman, ‘66 Jeffrey Brooks, ‘61 Michigan StateLawrence Manzino, ‘66 Kevin Chaitoff, ‘77 Joel Altman, ‘62 Arthur Saltz, ‘67 Joel Fliegel, ‘91 Scott Warren Bernstein, ‘88 Thomas Friedman, ‘65 Mervyn Hollander, ‘60 Long Island University Daniel Grossberg, ‘84 Jon Isenberg, ‘76 Anonymous David Halper, ‘77 Martin Kravitz, ‘69 Stephan Ariyan, ‘60 David Korman, ‘76 Mark Lachey, ‘76 Jay Fox, ‘67 Richard Leopold, ‘67 Marc Lipshaw, ‘78 Max Gurvitch, ‘66 Alan Levy, ‘72 Craig Ludin, ‘73 Peter Kaltman, ‘64 Jay Lifshen, ‘70 L Mark Newman, ‘59 Alan Maisel, ‘65 Timothy Light, ‘74 Nick Philko, ‘93 Ronald Rapchik, ‘66 Leland Manders, ‘72 Ronald Popper, ‘73Howard Rosenbloom, ‘67 Mitchell Manders, ‘04 Dennis Rosen, ‘76 Stanley Sorongon, ‘67 Jerry Miller, ‘76 Michael Roth, ‘61 Robert Traum, ‘64 Steven Newman, ‘74 Glenn Saltsman, ‘89 Nicholas Partridge, ‘98 Michael Serling, ‘64 Louisiana State Peter Rubin, 73 Craig Simon, ‘88 Adam Masur, ‘09 Edward Ruch, ‘69 Lawrence Weiss, 76 Robert Sharenow, ‘62 Steven Woronoff, ‘81 Steven Simon, ‘68
    • Minnesota Robert Lachin, ‘56 Paul Los, ‘68Benjamin Bearman, ‘97 Kenneth Okin, ‘68 Alvin Ostroff, ‘68 Milton Bellis, ‘43 Richard Strauss, ‘57 Stuart Chazin, ‘79 Northern Illinois Paul Crane, ‘63 Monmouth Robert Homan, ‘88 William Esensten, ‘66 Martin London, ‘69 Bruce Frank, ‘59 Northern Michigan Stanley Gendler, ‘41 Nebraska Michael Kimber, ‘69 James Ginsburg, ‘62 David Alloy, ‘70Herbert Goldenberg, ‘52 Michael Denenberg, ‘55 Northwestern Gary Gormin, ‘62 Steven Epstein, ‘68 Elliot Beinfest, ‘70Christopher Huston, ‘04 H Richard Garber, ‘54 Stephen Silverman, ‘67 Harold Katz, ‘79 Marvin Gilman, ‘54 Donald Kirschner, ‘55 Andrew Goodman, ‘64 NYU Clair Lewis, ‘58 Howard Kooper, ‘58 Alan Adelman, ‘62 Todd Lifson, ‘82 Barry Kricsfeld, ‘66 Bennett Gold, ‘63Leonard Mastbaum, ‘61 Abe Leber, ‘65 Armand Kirschenbaum, ‘49 Mark Mekler, ‘75 Jerry Margolin, ‘55 Leonard Kosson, ‘66 Bruce Melemed, ‘62 James Marx, ‘67 Samuel Leff, ‘51 Robert Ruvelson, ‘48 Benjamin Schwartz, ‘46 Leonard Pfeifer, ‘56 James Segal, ‘86 Norman Veta, ‘41 Howard Rosenthal, ‘57 Milton Shapiro, ‘41 Lee White, ‘42 Ronn Tulman, ‘75 Irvin Yaffe, ‘37 Ohio State Jeremy Waldman, ‘60 Morton Zuber, ‘41 Leon Albert, ‘39 Stephen Winer, ‘83 Jerald Altman, ‘86 Stanton Wolkoff, ‘50 Univ. of New Orleans Warren Bender, ‘52 Joseph Wolkowicz, ‘65 Roger Griffiths, ‘69 Allan Blair, ‘48 Mark Cohen, ‘88 Mississippi State North Carolina State Victor Cohen, ‘62 Kenneth Gurian, ‘46 Hyman Dave, ‘38 Ronald Donn, ‘61 Gerald Elkan, ‘61 Andrew Dunsky, ‘82 Missouri Leland Garrett, ‘69 De Neal Feldman, ‘51 H Jack Bluestein, ‘50 Sanford Gluck, ‘48 Marvin Frank, ‘43Richard Brockman, ‘51 William Israel, ‘56 Harvey Goodman, ‘72 Phillip Cohen, ‘48 Peter Lehrer, ‘60 Michael Heines, ‘84 Robert Dolgin, ‘60 Sanford Levine, ‘55 Michael Hennenberg, ‘67Marvin Fremerman, ‘49 Roy Neulicht, ‘69 Jeffrey Holden, ‘61 Brent Grazman, ‘83 Stephen Rann, ‘68 Gerald Jacobs, ‘56 Richard Halpern, ‘65 Michael Shelby, ‘96 Donald Kahn, ‘70 Bruce Hendin, ‘62 Jasper Stem, ‘85 David Katz, ‘52 Robert Kaplan, ‘56 Alan Weinberg, ‘60 Donald Kaufman, ‘50 Steven Kirsch, ‘70 Richard Williamson, ‘60 Franklin Koren, ‘51 Mark Kodner, ‘80 Floyd Chester Witten, ‘47 Michael Kurman, ‘70 Stuart Krawll, ‘66 Patrick Woody, ‘86 James K Lawrence, ‘59 Ronald Lazarus, ‘66 Noel Lawson, ‘56 Michael Less, ‘66 North Texas Ronald Miller, ‘62David Nissenholtz, ‘64 Arthur Garcia, ‘68 Jerrold Mirman, ‘36Robert Rosenthal, ‘50 Phillip Glauben, ‘73 Phillip Myers, ‘54 Gerald Sandler, ‘71 Michael Kissner, ‘67 Arnold Nathanson, ‘46 Gary Soule, ‘66 Nathan Margolis, ‘73 Steven Orenstein, ‘71 Robert Zamen, ‘49 Marc Perlstein, ‘71 Andrew Paley, ‘87 Mark Shear, ‘75 Lawrence Perelman, ‘51 MIT Alan Yaffe, ‘67 David Phillips, ‘80 Hillel Auerbach, ‘55 Harold Zenick, ‘67 Lawrence Pollock, ‘66 Robert Blumberg, ‘61 Michael Resnick, ‘69 Robert Goldberg, ‘55 Northeastern Eric Rosen, ‘80 Julius Hyman, ‘54 Donald Cabral, ‘69 Les Rosenberg, ‘69 Gerald Katell, ‘59 Jeffrey Feldman, ‘68 Steven Rosenmutter, ‘68Richmond Kauffman, ‘36 Robert Liss, ‘68 Stuart Silbar, ‘49
    • Ohio State continued… David Diamond, ‘80 Purdue University B Lee Skilken, ‘48 Marvin Fabrikant, ‘64 Jerry Asher, ‘45 Marvin Snyder, ‘51 Philip Friedman, ‘43 Raymond Cohen, ‘42 Robert Stiller, ‘46 Jack Frishberg, ‘79 Frank Crohn, ‘43 Mark Ungar, ‘82 Michael Fuchs, ‘80 Donald Dunner, ‘50 Marc Vosen, ‘73 John Harte, ‘82 Barry Epstein, ‘58 Scott Vroubel, ‘96 Lawrence Jacobs, ‘61 Peter Fruehman, ‘64 Stephen Weinberg, ‘62 Sanford Kartzman, ‘65 Harold Igdaloff, ‘43 Fred Wollins, ‘50 Ronald Koenig, ‘52 Lawrence Kessler, ‘61 David Worshil, ‘54 Daniel Kristol, ‘55 Hans Lageschulte, ‘85 Stanley Zipser, ‘41 Myron Libien, ‘52 Jay Lerman, ‘68 Robert Zitsman, ‘74 Marc Lichtenberg, ‘82 Philip Lieberman, ‘64 Ronald Linder, ‘52 Jerrold Mayster, ‘65 Ohio University Keith Merrill, ‘72 Michael Mills, ‘66 Andrew Meyer, ‘71 Steven Miller, ‘72 Robert Moise, ‘44 Jay Reitzes, ‘93 Alan Nadel, ‘86 Gerald Nadler, ‘42 Charles Rand, ‘73 Leslie Raffel, ‘60 Oklahoma Arthur Robbins, ‘51 Lloyd Rauch, ‘49 Ronald Baker, ‘61 Eugene Shepp, ‘48 Anshel Schiff, ‘55 Stephen Bloch, ‘63 Stuart Siegel, ‘82 Don Smylie, ‘64 Joel Carson, ‘56 Kenneth Sirlin, ‘61 Donald Stein, ‘50 Sam Devinki, ‘66 Robert Siskin, ‘46 Lee Vorisek, ‘51 Michael Dick, ‘62 Larry Sokol, ‘65 Leon Wechsler, ‘64 William Feldman, ‘34 Monroe Szporn, ‘68 Arnold Zegart, ‘54 Marshall Gerber, ‘60 Alan Thomas, ‘78 Leon Hirsh, ‘51 Michael Zenn, ‘81 Queens Ronald Kanfer, ‘66 Alan Aaronson, ‘58 Fred Kaplan, ‘67 Pennsylvania State Steven Klein, ‘67 Donald Karchmer, ‘63 Edwin Adelman, ‘58 Martin Levinson, ‘64 Alfred Karchmer, ‘42 Eugene Finkelstein, ‘52 Joel Meyers, ‘59 Simon Markowsky, ‘65 Howard Gochberg, ‘57 Alan Rashes, ‘62 Steven Mayer, ‘62 David Katz, ‘69 Morris Miehl, ‘50 Edward Kessel, ‘55 Rochester William Moses, ‘59 Stephen Leeds, ‘64 Mark Connolly, ‘76 Zenon Neumark, ‘51 Howard Levin, ‘66 Michael Goldberg, ‘64 Robert Schreiber, ‘47 Justin Mayer, ‘00 Michael Jushchuk, ‘80 Steven Schultz, ‘67 Neil Moscow, ‘67 Edward Major, ‘57 David Shusterman, ‘58 Gary Teitelman, ‘91 Jay Nogi, ‘65 Joseph Silverman, ‘62 Albert Weiss, ‘66 Mitchell Roberts, ‘84 Richard Small, ‘69 Gary Zinman, ‘55 Martin Rogowsky, ‘67 David Svidlow, ‘57 Eugene Schnell, ‘82 Robert Weiss, ‘75 Pittsburgh Ira Selss, ‘74 Leonard Baxt, ‘66 Harold Sitrin, ‘64 Oregon Norman Berkowitz, ‘66 M. Milton Wolff, ‘56 Blake Casher, ‘67 Rochester Institute of Tech Milton Carl, ‘43 Michael Feldman, ‘66 Christopher Marasco, ‘09 Harry Glickman, ‘42 Melvin Forst, ‘51 Raymond Packouz, ‘40 Henry Gruner, ‘65 Rutgers Don Rotenberg, ‘52 Harvey Krevolin, ‘49 Daniel Azarnoff, ‘43 Zollie Volchok, ‘35 Donald Landis, ‘49 Robert Bitton, ‘57 Nathaniel Locklin, ‘98 Edward Brandman, ‘87University of Pennsylvania Michael Louik, ‘61 Norman Chanin, ‘62 Martin Arch, ‘51 Arthur Maharam, ‘41 Richard Goodstadt, ‘62 William Chertok, ‘47 Donald Moritz, ‘46 David Greenberg, ‘47 Oscar Cohen, ‘72 Gerald Schapiro, ‘64 Bennett Klausner, ‘57 Dennis Custage, ‘64 Walter Le Vine, ‘59 Robert Daroff, ‘54 Matthew Leone-Zwillinger, ‘08 Robert Davidow, ‘66 Arthur Lerner, ‘47 Samuel Dennis, ‘48 Dennis Marshall, ‘62
    • Rutgers continued… Temple Texas A&M Mervin Needell, ‘42 Ivan Joseph, ‘87 Herman Adler, ‘04 Dick Nierenberg, ‘55 Asif Avshalumov, ‘05 Jay Rice, ‘71 Texas Austin Bond, ‘05 Martin Rosensweig, ‘70 Marc Abels, ‘81 Nathan Cheng, ‘04 Morton Schwartz, ‘42 Phillip Abramson, ‘70 Scott Henderson, ‘04 Irving Share, ‘41 James Alexander, ‘41 Brian James, ‘06 Irwin Spetgang, ‘49 Roger Baumann, ‘86 Mikhail Kisin, ‘04 Bernard Wecht, ‘49 Jeffrey Bell, ‘87 Michael Kogan, ‘04 Howard Ely, ‘48 Charles Krebs, ‘04 San Diego State Philip Engel, ‘54 Brian Moe, ‘04 F Rick Ferber, ‘83 Robert Epstein, ‘84 Steven Pluss, ‘82 Adam Saitman, ‘84 William Feinstein, ‘86 David Rahmani, ‘06 Allen Feltman, ‘72 Eric Rubin, ‘04 San Jose State Keith Fern, ‘86 Justin Tirsun, ‘04 Lynn Freed, ‘63 William Finkelstein, ‘68 Robert Wolf, ‘04 G Lynn Lyen, ‘63 David Fradkin, ‘86 Richard Schoen, ‘64 Reid Friedman, ‘81 Texas Western M Ray Taylor, ‘67 Jonathan Gansell, ‘86 William Keleher, ‘66 Howard Gluck, ‘42 SMU Bruce Golden, ‘78 Toledo Donald Blum, ‘69 Barry Goodfriend, ‘52 Lee Dollins, ‘61 Jerry Candy, ‘64 Morton Herman, ‘61 R Thomas Weeks, ‘66 Fred Korngut, ‘47 Howard Jacobs, ‘52 Laurence Schor, ‘61 Jeffrey Kaye, ‘86 Toronto Mark Kleinman, ‘82 Barry Arbus, ‘59 St. John’s Jeffrey Lainer, ‘86 Elden Freeman, ‘80 Joseph Gebbie, ‘00 Harold Laves, ‘58 Jerry Nesker, ‘67 Steven Levine, ‘86 Morton Prager, ‘62 Stephen F. Austin Julian Levine, ‘54 Jack Reingold, ‘51 Son Mai, ‘02 David Levy, ‘86 Howard Tanenbaum, ‘63 Jefferson Newsom, ‘97 Kevin Margolis, ‘86 Martin Shapan, ‘97 Marc Muchnick, ‘86 Towson Harold Pollman, ‘50 Todd Marks, ‘90 Syracuse Mitchell Pomerance, ‘81 Mark Blau, ‘61 Steven Rosenblum, ‘86 Tulane Robert Fagenson, ‘67 William Rosenthal, ‘69 David Cole, ‘87 William Goldstein, ‘55 Jack Rubin, ‘61 Julian Epstein, ‘61 Paul Greenberg, ‘63 Steven Rutman, ‘86 Albert Footlick, ‘58 Harry Greenwald, ‘48 Stanley Saikin, ‘51 Arnold Himelstein, ‘64 Gilbert Herer, ‘50 Lewis Schwartz, ‘67 Gerald Horowitz, ‘57 Sylvan Herman, ‘49 Steven Sheldon, Lawrence Kanter, ‘64 Allan Hyman, ‘60 Marty Shellist, ‘86 Jeffrey Korotkin, ‘66 Richard Koch, ‘45 Barry Shulkin, ‘72 Frederick Miner, ‘54 Jeffrey Lipkin, ‘89 Harold Silberberg, ‘43 Lowell Moret, ‘59 Leonard Nevins, ‘45 Adam Singer, ‘86 Robert Morris, ‘53Donald Novack, ‘5/26/1963 Gary Solka, ‘86 Neil Rosenblum, ‘87 H Lewis Rapaport, ‘55 Alon Steinberg, ‘86 David Schwartz, ‘87 Gerald Rehert, ‘63 Andrew Sweet, ‘86 Jonathan Wax, ‘90 Arthur Rock, ‘46 Irving Tons, ‘69 Howard Weinman, ‘61 Jeremy Rosenthal, ‘59 Mark Wallock, ‘66 Scott Rudin, ‘96 Kevin Wechter, ‘84 University of Miami Carl Schlanger, ‘56 Michael Weinberg, ‘83 Joel Feinson, ‘50 Hubert Schlosberg, ‘50 Harvey Weisblat, ‘64 Kenneth Leichman, ‘56 Laurence Slotnick, ‘77 Thomas Wiener, ‘59 Ronald Osur, ‘55 Robert Sokoloff, ‘90 Shea Rood, ‘57 Bruce Wagman, ‘79 Jon Schneider, ‘66 Bruce Wertheim, ‘84 Stephen Stern, ‘62 Jeffrey Stites, ‘89
    • UCLA Mark Pultman, ‘64 Kenneth Oken, ‘83 Michael Africk, ‘84 Franklin Roth, ‘70 Steven Saltz, ‘71 Philip Berk, ‘53 David Schachter, ‘90 Harry Samuels, ‘49 Irving Codron, ‘51 Marc Schwartz, ‘87 Harvey Shaynes, ‘47 Mark Feldman, ‘84 Kevin Volchok, ‘89 Norman Solomon, ‘52 Gerald Fisher, ‘56 Albert Weissman, ‘56 Harvey Sorkow, ‘49 Stephen Forman, ‘88 Alan Wittenberg, ‘64 Sidney Stone, ‘41 Kenneth Friedman, ‘54 Seth Zachary, ‘78 Lawrence Wittels, ‘78 Berwyn Friedman, ‘52 Richard Ziman, ‘61 George Zimmer, ‘67 Merwin Goldsmith, ‘57 Scott Goodman, ‘84 Virginia Wayne State Bernard Greenfield, ‘67 Samuel Bellas, ‘97 Russell Belinsky, ‘79 Rodney Hill, ‘55 Gary Dunn, ‘01 Daniel Berkley, ‘66 Michael Hirsch, ‘91 Mitchell Koval, ‘84 Brian Blonder, ‘79 Alan Jarrick, ‘67 Emile Martin, ‘68 Jerome Bookstein, ‘53 Leo Kaplan, ‘39 Gary Rosenzweig, ‘70 Clifford Chudler, ‘53 Gene Lee Kermin, ‘49 Randolph Shapiro, ‘74 Earle Endelman, ‘58 Stanley Minsk, ‘44 Stuart Silver, ‘68 Arnold Garber, ‘55 Irwin Moskowitz, ‘49 Alvin Golman, ‘51 James Primes, ‘47 University of Washington Ronald Hurwitz, ‘57 Robert Schenkman, ‘57 Aaron Epstein, ‘48 Donald Janower, ‘58 Samuel Silber, ‘50 Sydney Handlin, ‘57 Simon Kalish, ‘48 Arthur Spander, ‘56 Rahim Lavi, ‘55 James Kruzan, ‘79 Bradley Sraberg, ‘89 James Lawwill, ‘70 Allan Rein, ‘57 Stanley Zimmerman, ‘50 Bruce Rosen, ‘54 Washington University Melvyn Rubenfire, ‘59 UC-San Diego Stephen Alpart, ‘82 Jay Stark, ‘62 Gary Krausz, ‘91 Lee Barewin, ‘55 Leon Meschoulam, ‘89 Myron Becker, ‘43 West Florida Ian Taras, ‘86 Irving Blackman, ‘48 Thomas Barham, ‘06 Harvey Brown, ‘45 Albert Hopper, ‘98 University of Albany Melvin Cosner, ‘47 Joshua Kolapo, ‘10 Brian Weinstein, ‘86 Stanley Eisner, ‘51 Lee Fleischer, ‘78 Western MichiganUniversity of Southern California Sam Fox, ‘48 Aaron Girson, ‘92 Ira Alpert, ‘61 Barry Gersick, ‘64 Corey Barash, ‘83 Richard Gimpelson, ‘65 Wisconsin Barry Cohen, ‘61 Oscar Goldberg, ‘48 Douglas Fager, ‘70 Don Dadesky, ‘84 Phillip Goldstein, ‘53 Jarred Kest, ‘97 Richard Disraeli, ‘43 Allen Gordon, ‘50 Howard Levinsky, ‘69 Jerold Dorter, ‘60 Sidney Guller, ‘43 Jared Miller, ‘94 Paul Frank, ‘60 Andrew Kaplan, ‘80 Neil Posnansky, ‘84 Robert Frankel, ‘53 Scott Kaplan, ‘69 Thomas Saldoff, ‘66 George Frankenstein, ‘61 Evan Kapp, ‘73 Donald Sands, ‘69 Dave Friedberg, ‘63 Edward Kessler, ‘62 Kenneth Tecler, ‘66 Eric Garfield, ‘90 Myron Klevens, ‘62 Dean Zemel, ‘69 Marc Godt, ‘89 James Kutchin, ‘78 Bradley Zerman, ‘84 R Stephen Hanke, ‘70 Alvin Langer, ‘52 Steven Jarmus, ‘74 Marvin Levin, ‘43 Youngstown Ross Landsbaum, ‘81 Jerome Levy, ‘48 Barry Stein, ‘68 Joseph Levy, ‘51 Kenneth Makovsky, ‘61 Steven Muchnikoff, ‘77 Jeffrey Mandel, ‘61 Friends of Sigma Alpha Mu Brian Newman, ‘72 Albert Melman, ‘47 Mirriam Fogel Farhad Nourafshan, ‘75 James Mendelson, ‘73 Kaki Garard William Orovan, ‘60 William Miller, ‘48 Bernard Girson Jon Pearlman, ‘89 Hal Mintz, ‘89 Rita Isaacson Robert Perlberg, ‘65 Joseph Nehmen, ‘68 Maria Mandel Stanley Plaskoff, ‘48 Jay Newman, ’73 Lillian Schneider Jeffrey Pop, ‘66 Joseph Nunez, ‘78 Penney Towers
    • The Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation thanks our Centennial donors who gave to the Assuring Century 2 Campaign and helped us surpass our goal of $5,000,000. These funds will be used to support leadership programs, scholarships and a permanent home for Sigma Alpha Mu. The list of donors below reflects leadership for this campaign, with donors of gifts or pledges of $5,000 or more. Centennial Founders 2009 Society Marc Perlstein, North Texas ‘71 James Alexander, SMU ‘41 $25,000-$49,999 David Phillips, Ohio St ‘80 Barry Epstein, Purdue ‘58 Mark Angelson, Rutgers ‘69 Jeffrey Pop, Wisconsin ‘66 Robert Fagenson, Syracuse ‘67 Samuel Gotfrid, Toronto ‘26 H Lewis Rapaport, Syracuse ‘56 Marshall Gelfand, Syracuse ‘45 Herbert Jablin, Purdue ‘52 Edward Rosenwasser, Texas ‘83 Sidney Guller, Washington U. ‘43 Jerry Jacobson, NYU ‘51 Ira Rubenstein, UC-San Diego ‘86 Howard Miller, Maryland ’54 Ronald Katch, Illinois ‘51 Raymond Sandler, Oklahoma ‘31 Hanno Mott, Cincinnati ’52 Nathaniel Locklin, Pittsburgh ‘98 Marvin Snyder, Ohio St ‘51 David Rice, Wisconsin/IL Chicago ‘83 Joseph Macnow, CCNY/Baruch ‘63 Scott Stone, USC ‘74 Lawrence Schaffer, Ohio State ‘48 Leland Manders, Miami U. ‘72 Raymond Turgel, Manitoba ‘43 William Schwartz, Oklahoma ‘50 Nathan Margolis, North Texas ‘73 Stephen Weinberg, Ohio St ‘62 Jerry Miller, Miami U. ‘76 Robert Weiss, Oklahoma ‘75 Centennial Fellows Roy Neulicht, N C State ’69 Gilbert Yanuck, Alabama ‘59 $250,000-$999,999 Paul Pumpian, Maryland 5/1/1943 Jay Glazer, Indiana Univ ‘66 Leslie Raffel, Purdue ‘60 Lamp of Learning Society Irving Glazer, Indiana Univ ‘38 Thomas Ross, Virginia ‘82 $5,000-$9,999 Private Family Foundation David Sergi, Texas A&M ‘82 Andrew Ahitow, Iowa ‘95 David Shorr, Wisconsin ‘83 Michael Baucus, Penn ‘81 Centennial Fellows Donald Stein, Purdue ‘50 Michael Brown, Berkeley ‘95 $100,000-$249,000 Gerald Stempler, Maryland ‘51 Paul Cooper, Penn ‘79 Anonymous Tisch Foundation, Inc.. David Diamond, Penn ‘80 James Favor, Pi Kappa Alpha Bradley Unger, Lehigh ‘94 Dorothy Duncan, Friend Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity Sheldon Wagner, Indiana ‘40 Baret Fink, Oklahoma ‘60 George Zimmer, Washington U. ‘67 Richard Williamson, NC State’60 Phillip Glauben, North Texas ‘73 Arthur Gunn, Illinois-Chicago ‘83 Second Century Society Leadership Society Steven LaBell, Arizona St ‘89 $50,000-$99,999 $10,000-$24,999 John Paine, San Jose St ‘68 Steven Franklin, Houston ‘67 Jeffrey Davis, Illinois ‘73 Mark Shear, North Texas ‘75 Aaron Girson, West Michigan ‘92 Douglas Friedman, Virginia ‘69 Stuart Siegel, Penn ‘82 Irwin Jacobs, Cornell ‘51 Jerome Goldberg, Pittsburgh ‘85 Scott Strauss, Penn ‘82 Steven B, Kahn, Arizona ‘99 Joel Goldman, Indiana Univ ‘82 Robert Traum, Long Island ‘64 Steven J. Komp, Alfred ‘89 Robert Guller, Texas ‘86 J. Ryan Robertson, Cincinnati ‘93 Leonard Leventhal, Oklahoma ‘47 Donald Karchmer, Oklahoma ‘63 Richard Ziman, USC ‘61 Dennis Paese, Cornell ‘70 Gary Kash, Illinois ‘71 Bradley Sraberg, UCLA ‘89 Lawrence Leib, Michigan St ‘87 Donors are listed by name with school Harvey Weisblat, Texas ‘64 Stanley Levine, Butler ‘52 and initiation year. Earle Irving Mack, Drexel ’56 Lowell Milken, Berkeley ‘67 Thanks also to our Centennial Chairs Michael Milken, Berkeley ‘65 Howard Miller & Dave Phillips for their leadership during this campaign! L Mark Newman, Michigan St ‘59
    • The Golden Bronze Society Bronze Society The Golden Bronze Society The Golden Golden Bronze Society ciety is the Sigma Alpha Mu Foundations society that recognizes undergraduates who make ahe Golden Bronze Society is the Sigma Alpha Mu Foundations society that recognizes undergraduates who make a The Golden Bronze Society is the Sigma Alpha Mu Foundations society that recognizes undergraduates who make ahe Foundation. The funds raised through the Golden throughSociety will be used Society will be used to support nation supporting the Foundation. The funds raised Bronze the Golden Bronze to support donation supporting the Foundation. The funds raised through the Golden Bronze Society will be used to support and scholarships benefitting both undergraduateboth undergraduate members and chapters. This voluntary initiative ucational programs and scholarships benefitting members and chapters. 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    • Ira Lind SocietyThe Ira Lind Society was established by the Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation in 2003 to honor those who have made a planned gift to the Foundation. Ira Lind Society Members • William Ober, CCNY/Baruch ‘26 • Samuel Adler,CCNY/Baruch ‘23 • John Paine, San Jose State ‘71 • James Alexander, SMU ’44 • Paul Pumpian, Maryland ‘45 • Robert Berman, Yale ‘19 • David Rice, Wisconsin/Illinois-Chicago ‘87 • Alvin Cohn, Cincinnati ‘56 • Arthur Roufa, Washington U. ‘43 • Forrest Dull, Friend • Sumner Saeks, Ohio State ‘82 • Ira Epstein Nebraska, 54 • Lawrence Schaffer, Ohio State ‘53 • James Favor, Pi Kappa Alpha • Hyman Shiff, Penn ‘34 • Aaron Girson, Western Michigan ‘94 • Robert Traum, Long Island ‘67 • Benjamin Paul Goldman, Cornell ‘16 • Gerhard Van Biema, Purdue‘42 • Sidney Guller, Washington U. ‘47 • Sheldon Wagner, Indiana ‘44 • Nathan Karchmer, Oklahoma ‘32 • Percy Weinberg, Minnesota ‘26 • Rolf K M Landshoff, Minnesota ‘43 • Richard Weinstein, Ohio State ‘79 • Arnold Leff, Cincinnati ‘64 • Richard Williamson, NC State ‘63 • Stanley Levine, Butler ‘52 • Stuart Zalowitz, Oklahoma ‘69 • Ira Lind, CCNY/Baruch ’12 And other members who wish to remain • Nathaniel Locklin, Pittsburgh ‘99 Anonymous • Leland Manders, Miami U. ‘75 • Robert Manela, Wayne State ‘81 For more information about the Ira Lind Society • Nathan Margolis, North Texas ‘75 or to include the Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation in • Darren Margolis, Boston U. ‘92 your estate plans, please contact us at • Howard Miller, Maryland ‘58 samfdn@sam-fdn.org. • Jeffrey Mora, Alfred U. ‘90 • Joel Moses, Cornell ‘85 Members in bold have passed to the Chapter Eternal. • Hanno Mott, Cincinnati ‘55 • Benjamin Novicoff, Nebraska ‘42 Ira Lind was one of Sigma Alpha Mu’s eight founders and the first frater to make a bequest to the Foundation.
    • Where does Sigma Alpha Mu rank among other Fraternity Foundations? In 2009, the total net assets of all Greek-letter Foundations was $474,690,442.In 2009, the Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation ranked #17 among Fraternity Foundations in net assets. This places us ahead of Zeta Beta Tau (#31) and Alpha Epsilon Pi (#32). In funds spent on programs, Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation ranked #24, again ahead of AEΠ (#28) and ZBT (#34). Information is reported by the IRS Form 990 for 2009, the most recent year public information is available . Undergraduate members from Cornell at the Sigma Alpha MuFinancialnHighlightsgh ts Fi n a ci a l H i gh l i Leadership Conference & Convention Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation Fiscal Year June 2010 – May 2011 Revenues Contributions (net of discounts) $ 326,230 Net Investment Income 1,011,146 Change in allowance for uncollectable pledges 48,155 Other 97,834 Total Revenues $1,483,365 Expenditures Programs/Services/Scholarships/Grants $204,442 Management and General 203,847 Fundraising 85,067 Total Expenses $493,356 Net Assets Unrestricted $ 477,888 (7%) Designated/Restricted 6,611,051 (93%) Total Assets $7,088,939
    • For More Information Please contact us at: Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation 9245 N Meridian St. Suite 105 Indianapolis, IN 46260 Phone: 317.846.0600 Fax: 317.846.9462 Email: mariam@sam-fdn.org Web: http://www.sam-fdn.org Aaron M. Girson, Executive Vice President Maria Mandel, Foundation & Scholarship CoordinatorIt is the mission of the Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation to support the educational interests andactivities of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity, to furnish student aid, and to encourage and developconduct and traits of character consistent with high morals, constructive citizenship, scholarship,leadership and community service.Sigma Alpha Mu was founded in 1909 at the College of the City of New York as a fraternity ofJewish men. The Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization. Gifts made to the Foundation are tax-deductible.