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  1. 1. TRIANGLE EST. 1912 A P ublicAtion of A lPhA D eltA f RAteRnity At WAshbuRn u niveRsity s P R i n g 2012 Don’t Miss Alpha Delt’s 100th Founders Day Celebration April 20-22, 2012 oin us for Alpha Delta’s Centennial Celebration in Topeka, where incredible years than to do it with those who made them so special. J the skies are blue—not yellow—and the weather is great in April, rain or shine. It will be a great weekend because you will be home Don’t miss this opportunity to reconnect, reminisce, and celebrate with your brothers. with your brothers, spouses, families, and friends at this very special Founders Day Centennial Celebration, April 20-22! The Fireman’s Ball, the “overnight cram” with your three pledge brothers for the next day’s history final, winning the top academic All alumni, active members, spouses, family, and trophy, your Alpha Delta Sweetheart, late night runs to the “Goose,” friends are invited to join us for the festivities. Please “Por’e Richards,” and the “Hill,” and winning the Homecoming float fill out and return the RSVP on page 4 today saying competition. you’ll join us for this historic celebration! One hundred years of Alpha Delta is more than the story of a great Fraternally, fraternity; it is your history. And what better way to relive those Bruce Jones ’70, Alumni President Remembering Alpha Delta t would be a great development for the fraternity if you a brother you designate to make a memorial gift to, will INSIDE: I would take a moment and remember Alpha Delta in your estate planning. All it takes is a simple statement in be listed on our honor roll of donors and displayed in a prominent place of honor at your will, such as, “I hereby bequeath to College Ave. the fraternity house.major kitchen and Building Co. Inc. (dba Alpha Delta Fraternity), a men’s social fraternity located near the campus of Washburn Fraternally, dining room University in Topeka, Kansas, the amount of Jim Sloan ’52 renovations $__________ to be used for the general maintenance and Director Emeritus 2 development of the fraternity facilities.”Alpha Delta Scores If you would prefer, you can leave a bequest to theHigh on Academics MacVicar Educational Foundation, which supports COMMEMORATIVE ALPHA 3 scholarships for members of the Alpha Delta Fraternity DELT 100 YEARS DVD using similar language. alumni update AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE 3 Whatever you decide will be put to very good use. Your very alumnus in attendance at Founders Day alpha delt’s alumni board continually works to keep the fraternity facilities in top shape and to maintain Alpha Delta’s E will receive a complimentary copy of the DVD set titled “Alpha Delta: The First 100 Years”  that centennial reputation as the best fraternity at Washburn. However, Darrell Rodenbaugh ’86 has so generously celebration we need the support of many more alumni in donated. Those not able to attend can order the set 4 leaving significant bequests to the fraternity. for $40; proceeds will be donated to the fraternity. If you would like to purchase one, please mail your Please make an effort to add either College Ave. Building request and and check to Alpha Delta, PO Box Co. Inc. or  the MacVicar Educational Foundation, or 1383, Topeka, KS 66601. both, to your estate planning. Your name, or the name of
  2. 2. Alpha Delta triangle page 2 MAJOR KITCHEN & DINING ROOM RENOVATIONS BEING COMPLETED DURING MARCH lumni and guests who come to the 100th Founders Day Celebration April 20-22 will A have an opportunity to see the latest improvements to our fraternity house. The last time we updated the kitchen and dining room areas was 1969, so this redo was long overdue (see the “before” pictures if you need any convincing). The good news is that the project is coming in on budget, and it will make Alpha Delta more competitive with the other fraternity facilities and, more importantly, will be a better home for our active brothers. The combined study/dining/kitchen area renovations  have been funded by remaining donations from the Heritage Campaign and from the annual giving campaign. A hearty thank-you goes out to all of our brothers who helped with these efforts! We will include “after” pictures of these renovations in our next Triangle for those of you who are not able to come to the house. We think you will be quite pleased with the outcome. Mother Brouddus has a big smile on her face every time she passes the workmen making the improvements. Pictured above: Kitchen and dining room prior to March 2012 renovations. Annual campaign donations are making this project possible. Pictured below: Our outdated kitchen and dining room will receive a much-needed upgrade this month. Thank You, Loyal Alpha Delta 2010-11 Annual Giving Donors $15,537 R AISED | J ULY 1, 2010-D ECEMBER 31, 2011J. Glenn Logan Leader Alpha Delta Spirit Dwane L. Spohn ’54 John D. Minnick ’70 Jon J. Lang ’92($15,000 and up) Squad Harry E. Parratt ’57 Robert L. Edwards ’71 David G. Monical ($100 to $499) Lowell F. Hahn ’58 John R. McNee ’71 Thomas J. Schultz1912 Founders Club Joshua J. Wiley ’04 William D. Pantle ’58 Richard D. Ross ’71($5,000 to $14,999) Joseph P. Logan ’39 Don B. Rolley ’58 Keith D. Adams ’72 Others Keith D. Butterfield ’50 Arthur A. Glassman ’59 Paul K. Stuewe ’72 (Up to $99)14 Pearl Protector M. L. Curry ’50 Douglas Wilmore, M.D. ’60 Jeffrey W. Jones ’77 R. Bob Rhodes ’50($2,500 to $4,999) R. Bob Rhodes ’50 James S. Maag ’61 Norman R. Kelly ’77 Donald E. Moore ’51 Richard J. Miller ’51 David M. Dunford ’62 Thomas W. Tomlinson ’78 Jack R. Shutt ’61Maroon & White Donald E. Moore ’51 Laurence V. Niven ’62 Noel L. Peaslee ’82 James A. Marshall ’67Sustainer Frank M. Rice ’52 Hayden B. St. John ’62 Mark K. Ross ’83 Bruce A. Roby ’67($500 to $2,499) James W. Sloan ’52 Larrie C. Bates ’63 Whitney B. Damron ’84 Jan C. Perney ’68Robert A. Maxwell, M.D. ’68 Leo J. Albrecht ’53 Richard R. Rosetta ’64 Scot W. Ferrell ’85 Tim Newitt ’69James R. Hanni ’74 Louis J. Steck ’53 John H. Resing ’66 Brian Hahn ’85 John R. McNee ’71Gregory D. Brenneman ’84 William H. Walters ’53 Robert A. Maxwell, M.D. ’68 Michael J. Kuckelman ’86 Robert L. Edwards ’71Timothy S. Durst ’84 Aspet V. Merijanian, Michael L. Worswick ’68 Richard R. Vaughn ’86 Jeffrey W. Jones ’77 Ph.D. ’54 Fredrick J. Dodds III ’69 Mark W. Schuetz ’88 Norman R. Kelly ’77 Lt. Col. Donald E. Charles S. Joss Jr. ’69 Jeffery N. Young ’88 Bruce C. Perney ’77 Robson ’54 Bruce E. Jones ’70 John W. Burns ’92 Trey W. Burton ’86
  3. 3. page 3 washburn universityAlpha Delta Scores High on Academics Thank You, Loyal 2012 for Fall 2011, Wins Homecoming Top Annual Giving Donors Float & House Decorations 2012 Campaign - $2,700 Raised January 1, 2012 to date reliminary grade reports for the fall 2011 semester are in, and Alpha Delta membersP achieved an overall GPA of 3.0, which is an outstanding accomplishment. Finalgrades are waiting for a foreign exchange student’s marks to come in from Finland. Maroon & White Keith D. Adams ’72 Sustainer Charles A. Morgan III ’75Those grades may help Alpha Delta win the academic trophy for the entire 2011 school ($500 to $2,499) James F. Zimmerman ’85year. We should know for certain by Founders Day on April 21. Michael L. Worswick ’68* Michael J. Kuckelman ’86 Scot W. Ferrell ’85* John W. Burns ’92The chapter also won first place for the Homecoming float and decorations for 2011. A Clayton D. Pykiet ’00great time was had by all those involved, as the brotherhood created around all of the Alpha Delta SpiritHomecoming events continues as it has since 1912. Congratulations to all of ourbrothers! Squad Others ($100 to $499) (Up to $99)We hope to see all of you loyal Alpha Delts at Founders Day as we celebrate 100 years Harold L. Hula ’52 Paul K. Stuewe ’72 of excellence together! Please feel free to stop by the house anytime you’re James W. Sloan ’52 in the area. William H. Walters ’53 * Centurion donor James S. Maag ’61 Fraternally, Hayden B. St. John ’62 Centurion donors have Ynacio Bautista ’14 Larrie C. Bates ’63 honored Alpha Delta with Chapter President Bruce E. Jones ’70 a $1,000 gift. Make yours John D. Minnick ’70 today! A l u m n i U p d at e Passages Donald G. Popejoy ’57 serves as a board John P. Buellesfeld ’84 is president of his ownJoseph E. Derryberry ’46 of Bartlesville, member for the Guadalupe Center of Immokalee, financial services company, Buellsfeld FinancialOkla., passed away June 17, 2011. Following a a non-profit corporation dedicated to breaking Services. He is involved with Knights ofdecorated military career, he and his wife, the cycle of poverty with immigrant children Columbus, Wellington Chamber of Commerce,Helen, opened Josef Derryberry Jewelers in through education. He and his wife, Susan, live and is the treasurer for the Kansas Public1961. They were co-owners and operators until in Naples, Fla. They have one daughter, Linda. Building Commission, among other civicretiring and closing the store in 2004. He is E-mail: involvements. E-mail: jpb@sutv.comsurvived by Helen, their children,grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Edward B. Soule ’62 reports that three members Brenden J. Long ’85 received a promotion to of the pledge class of 1958 have received the general counsel for TFI Community Services Washburn Distinguished Service Award: Larrie Inc. He is responsible for the administration and Milestones Bates ’63, Hayden St. John ’62, and himself. management of the agency’s legal serviceJack C. Richmond ’50 feels “blessed to have He lives in Topeka with his wife, Judy. They department. Brenden resides in Topeka.lived in those fantastic golden years from 1928, have two grown children, Steven and the greatest country in the history of theworld.” He also feels fortunate to have been an David G. Monical ’64 retired after 25+ years inAlpha Delta. Jack is president of Pizza Hut of Washburn’s central administration. He resides in ALPHA DELTASan Antonio. He lives in San Antonio with his Topeka with his wife, Peg. E-mail:wife, Laura. E-mail: ONLINERod W. Brown ’56 always enjoys hearing about Charles N. McLeod ’69 is president of McLeodthe chapter and reminiscing about the fabulous Consulting LLC in Richmond, Texas, where he stAy uP to DAte With AlPhAtimes spent and the good friends made. He left resides with his wife, Mary. E-mail: DeltA online AtWashburn in 1954 for a flying career in the Air WWW.AlPhADeltA.oRg!Force, traveled the globe, and retired after 20years. Rod spent 28 years with TRW in Michael G. Ludwig ’72 and his wife, Janice,engineering management. He resides in Playa celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in Send your e-mail address toDel Rey, Calif., with his wife, Pamela. E-mail: August 2011. They reside in Virginia Beach, Va. Michael works for Atlantic Coast Equipment receive our e-Triangle newsletters! Company Inc. E-mail:
  4. 4. Alpha Delt’sCentennial Celebration April 20-22, 2012 AlPhA DeltA friday, April 20 AluMni AssociAtion 7:30-11:00 p.m. P.o. box 1383 Welcome Reception Bradbury Thompson Center toPekA, ks 66601-1383 Hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar Special presentation of restored Address Service Requested 1930-1943Alpha Delta scrapbook by Larry Bates ’63 and his wife, Judy. saturday, April 21 9:30 a.m. complimentary campus tours Meet in front of east door of Bradbury Thompson Center golf at cypress Ridge golf course $33 per golfer (includes cart and green fees) 1:30 p.m. Annual business meeting for college Ave. building co. (Alumni Association) and Macvicar educational foundation Alpha Delta house—in the newly renovated dining room!Parking available on campus east of the house. 6:00 p.m. Mail RSVP form and check by April 10 to: Alpha Delta Alumni, C/O Minnick Capital Management, 5879 SW 29th St, Topeka, KS 66614 Reception/social hour Make your check payable to: College Ave. Building Co. Inc. Topeka Country Club ***If not enough time to mail RSVP, contact John Minnick at (785) 272-4200 or Music by noted pianist Jan Perney ’68 so you can be added to our list. You can pay at the door if necessary.*** 7:00 p.m. 100th celebration Dinner/Awards Centennial Celebration RSVP Presentation Topeka Country Club Keynote speaker Art Glassman ’59 Name _____________________________________________ Graduation Year _______ Special showing of “Alpha Delta: The First Address _________________________________________________________________100 Years” video by Darrell Rodenbaugh ’86 (Complimentary copy for all attendees.) Phone ___________________ E-mail _________________________________________ Guest’s Name ____________________________________________________________ 9:30 p.m.-12:00 a.m. Post-banquet celebration Welcome Reception & founders Day Dinner: ______ person(s) [Alumni and guests $50 per person; Active chapter members and guests Topeka Country Club Lounge $40 per person (Cost covers Friday and Saturday dinners. Unfortunately, no discount for Enjoy a cash bar and another opportunity to only attending one.)] visit with each other. Saturday Campus Tours: ____ person(s) [Meet by east door of Bradbury Thompson Center] sunday, April 22 9:30 a.m. golf Reservations: golf at the topeka country club ____ person(s) for Friday at Cypress Ridge ($33 per player) ____ person(s) for Sunday at TCC ($75 per player)$75 per golfer (includes cart and greens fees) ___ I cannot attend Founders Day events this year, but please accept my enclosed check for $_______ as a donation for the Annual Giving Campaign to help Alpha Delta in her Block of rooms at Capitol Plaza Hotel second 100 years! $79 per night Order ____ set(s) of DVD’s “Alpha Delta: The First 100 Years.” $40 per set Reservations: (785) 431-7200 (complimentary if you are attending the Founders Day events.) (Mention Alpha Delta 100th Celebration. Parking is complimentary.) total enclosed: $___________