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From the President's Desk:
Convention highlights...
By Barbara Daugs Hunt
Phi Delta (U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) International President
Alpha Omicron Pi is a leader in the Greek system, and one of the goals of our Fraternity is to continue in this position of leadership.
At AOITs Dallas Convention last June, there were several thought-provoking sessions about issues facing AOU and the entire Greek system. The response of the women attending our Convention showed me that AOIIs are ready to accept the challenges that lie ahead during this biennium.
Liz Carpenter, who was Lady Bird Johnson's press secretary, set the tone for the week at our Opening Banquet. In a speech sprinkled with humor, Liz said that we must seek purpose and direction in our lives.
The Opening Banquet was also the setting for the announcement that AOITs Centennial Celebration will be held in New York City in 1997. The Centennial Committee has developed a plan of action to begin now and to continue after the celebration.
Drury Bagwell, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs at the University of Maryland, shared his concerns about the status of the Greek system. He stressed the need for Greeks to change their priorities i f their organizations are to survive. He encouraged AOIIs to make tough, uncompromising decisions when they return to their campuses this fall. His message was well received; the women gave him a standing ovation!
Continuing to Accept the Challenge was the theme for my Rose Banquet speech. I outlined several programming needs in the areas of scholarship, senior program- ming, risk management, crisis manage- ment, and diversity.
Scholarship is very important. The International Scholarship Chairman has introduced a plan to assist chapters in working toward and maintaining higher scholarship standards. With renewed dedication by chapters, this plan will help
every chapter achieve academic excellence.
Senior Programming is a top priority this biennium. The collegiate, alumnae, and programming departments are working together on a comprehensive membership education program. This program will be designed to educate every member, from pledge to alumna, about the need for her commitment to a lifetime of service and loyalty to AOU.
Risk Management has always been a top priority for our Fraternity, and every member is expected to comply with AOII policy in this area. Recently we sent a copy of our policy to every school where we have a chapter. AOU also supports the Fraternity Insurance Purchasing Group in its efforts to educate Greek groups about risk management.
Crisis Management is an area AOU is committed to improving and updating. A manual will be developed which explains the steps to take when dealing with a crisis. Crisis management training will help prepare AOIIs so that they can deal with any crisis which may occur in the future.
Diversity requires extensive research, resource gathering, and education for our members. In my Convention workshop titled "Diversity—Creating Awareness," the women who attended shared their feelings, experiences, and suggestions with each other. Many volunteered to be resource persons as we develop diversity programming.
As a leader in diversity awareness and understanding, AOII must continue to take into consideration the demographics of each campus and develop programs to meet the needs of future members.
AOIIs contributed more than 450,000 hours of service this year. During Convention, our chapters donated a penny for every hour their members had given to philanthropic projects in their local communities. These pennies were
Barbara Hunt
contributed to "Keep Texas Beautiful" to fund a new evironmental project to study the role a college campus plays in improving the environment.
The program will begin in Texas but eventually be available to all college communities throughout the United States and Canada. AOU sponsored this project to educate our members in the total, global push for environmental awareness and improvement. AOII encourages all its chapters and members to support environmental projects in their comm- unities and on their campuses.
The beginning of a new college year is the perfect time for all of us to reflect on the philosophy upon which AOII was founded 93 years ago. The Ritual is our guidepost; it makes the essence of AOII meaningful and worthwhile. W e often forget to read, study, participate in, and discuss the Ritual during the time we are together.
The beautiful Rituals held at Conven- tion reminded us of the beauty, the simplicity, the love, the devotion, and the timelessness of the words we share together in the Ritual.
Let us make a conscious effort to follow the precepts of the Ritual this year. Let us use it for personal guidance for the actions we take, the words we utter, and the way we live.
Our Ritual is our inspiration. I ask you to live it and to treasure it. As you come to fully appreciate its meaningful message, I hope you will be inspired to redefine your role, redirect your energies, and reaffirm your dedication to AOII. Remembering the Ritual will help you be prepared to Continue to Accept the Challenge.
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ICeynote speaker Liz Carpenter opened the 1991 International Convention in Dallas with a healthy and much needed dose of humor. Liz's speech helped sisters from across the United States and Canada relax and forget about their travel fatigue. Another well-received guest speaker was Dr. Drury Bagwell, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs at the U. of Maryland, who talked about the need for progressive change within the Greek system.
On the lighter side, AOIIs enjoyed the panda centerpieces which were featured at every meal. The Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation provided the pandas and the hostess chapters for each meal dressed them in appropriate outfits. Many women bought a panda to take home for a souvenir. International Convention Chairman Mary Jane Ogle said she enjoyed "red and white day." "It was a delight to see what everyone came up with to wear that day." Some chapters had their representatives wear matching outfits. Mary Jane also praised Barbara Hunt for her efficiency during the business sessions which kept to the schedule and ended on time.
Introducing your new Executive Board: The officers...
Barbara Hunt Mary Williams Linda Collier
Liz Coffey
served as pledge educator and corre- sponding secretary of her collegiate chapter. She is a member and past pres- ident of the Northern Virginia Alumnae Chapter. She was the local chairman for the 1985 Convention in W ashington, D.C., and has been a Regional Director and Regional Vice President.
She is a Rose Awardrecipient, a Cer- tificate of Honor recipient from her alumnae chapter, and a member of the Cardinal Circle.
She is currently employed as a patent paralegal, a field she entered in 1985. Prior to that, she was a business educa- tion teacher before taking time o f f to raise two children.
Linda was very involved in school and community activities when her children were in school, but she now devotes most of her free time to her work in AOII. Her son is 22 and her daughter is 24.
Elizabeth Romine Coffey
Elizabeth A. (Liz) Romine Coffey is a Chi Lambda (U. of Evansville, '55). She has a B.A. in secondary education, but her career has been spent as a "professional volunteer" for AOII and other organizations.
Barbara Daugs Hunt
Barbara Daugs Hunt, Phi Delta (U. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee), is beginning her third year as International President.
She has been active in AOII since her days as a collegian, and she has held offices at the local, regional and national levels. She has been on the Executive Board since 1982. She was honored with a Rose Award this year, and she was selected the Panhellenic Woman of the Year in 1983.
A former teacher, Barbara now works full time for her husband Cecil, who owns Hunt Marketing. The company is expanding, and Barbara is in charge of planning and decorating for the company's new headquarters. When not working, Barbara and Cecil enjoy spending time at their cottage on Green Bay in Door County, WI.
Her community activities include serving as corresponding secretary o f the Executive Committee of the Milwaukee Symphony League.
Barbara and Cecil have four children and three granddaughters.
Mary McCammon Williams
Mary is beginning her third year as Vice President/ Operations.
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She has been active in AOII since she served as pledge class president in college at Phi Chapter at the U . of Kansas. Since then she has held numerous offices at the local, regional and international levels. Mary was elected to the Executive Board in 1984.
Her long time interest in art has carried over into her work for AOII. She served as design chairman of the Headquarters Building Commission. She also designed the logo for the 1987 Convention and the Leadership Conferences in 1986 and 1988.
Mary has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, and she currently is a free lance graphic designer and interior designer. She also works as bookkeeper for her husband Bob's law firm.
Her community activities include working with the Girl Scouts, the PTA, and serving on the board of directors of a local day care center.
Mary has two sons and a daughter, who is also an AOII.
Linda Peters Collier
Linda Peters Collier, Chi Omicron (U. of Central Oklahoma), is the new Vice President/Development.
Linda was initiated in 1962 and
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introducing your new Executive Board: The Officers... (continued)
served as vice president, finance officer, and director.
Christ Church Cathedral, and a volun- teer at the Indianapolis Art Museum.
Liz, currently the V ice President/Fi- nance, has held many offices in AOII, beginning with pledge class vice president. She was social chairman, treasurer and president of her collegiate chapter. At the regional level she has
and the Executive Board Directors...
Judy Bourassa Elaine Kennedy Lis Donaldson
Liz and her husband Bill have two directors of Westminster Village North, grown sons. In her spare time, she
She is president of the board of
a retirement facility, chief proctor at enjoys reading, gardening and travel.
Judy Hornik Bourassa
Judith (Judy) Hornik Bourassa, Director/Alumnae Department, was initiated into the Theta Pi Chapter (Wagner College) in 1963. She now lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, with Cliff, her husband of 24 years, and children, Matthew, 17, and Megan, 6.
Judy has a B.S. degree in economics and she is the personnel administrator and office manager at Microtest, Inc. Between work, her family, and her AOU involvement, she has little time to spare for other activities.
She has been active in the Phoenix Alumnae Chapter, having served as president, vice president, treasurer, secretary and historian. She was local convention chairman from 1985-87, alumnae programming chairman from 1987-89, and has been in her current AOII position since 1989. Judy won a Rose Award in 1989.
Judy enjoys travel, needlework, and reading.
Of her AOII work Judy says, " I wouldn't do it if I didn't enjoy every minute and think that I have a contri- bution to make."
Elaine James Kennedy
Elaine James Kennedy, Alpha Chi (Western Kentucky U.) is one of the two new Executive Board members.
Elaine was the Region V V ice President for four years, and she has also served as a Regional Director, Chapter
Adviser, and Pledge Adviser. She is a member of the Kentuckiana Alumnae Chapter.
Until recently, she was the Vice President of Administration for Professional Resources Corporation, a human resources consulting firm. She is married and has one son, who is eight years old.
Elaine's community activities in- clude serving as a director for the Trails End Homeowners Association and as manager of the 83 Javanon Competitive Soccer Association. She was appointed to the Kentucky Education Reform Act Task Force for Oldham County. Elaine was named one of the Outstanding Young Women of American in 1986 and 1991.
Elisabeth Lester Donaldson
Elisabeth (Lis) Lester Donaldson, Tau Delta (Birmingham Southern College), is in the middle of her four year term as an Executive Board Director.
Lis lives in Montgomery, Alabama, with husband Joseph, and their son and daughter. She has a Bachelor of Music degree with a piano performance major, and she is a professional pianist/ac- companist.
Her AOII experience began with being president of her pledge class. She has since held numerous offices, includ- ing vice president/pledge trainer, chapter adviser, rush adviser, regional director
Barbara Long
and regional vice president.
Lis is a member of the Junior
League of Montgomery. She is active in a musical group which performs in nursing homes and for handicapped children in centers and hospitals. She is also a member of the Fine Arts Society of Birmingham Southern College.
Her special interests include theater, classical music, and reading.
Lis says that through her work on AOU's Executive Board, she is learning to appreciate the difference in view- points of women from all walks of life and areas of the country.
"I cherish the wisdom and insight of my older sisters and gain excitement for AOII from the vibrant energy of my younger ones," Lis says of her AOII work.
Barbara Bierer Long
Barbara Bierer Long, Executive Board Director, became an AOII in 1963 at the Alpha Rho Chapter at Ore- gon State U. Her AOII experience in- cludes serving as a rush and financial adviser, a regional director, and a re- gional vice president. She has been on the Executive Board since 1989.She is a recipient of the Rose Award and the Regional Director Award.
Barbara majored in economics and political science and is employed as a teacher in the Springfield School District.
Boating and skiing are her hobbies. She and her husband Kenneth have a son and a daughter, 18 & 16.
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Dr. Virginia Carr wins Wyman Award
Dr. Virginia Spencer Carr
V• nginia Spencer Carr, Alpha Pi (Florida State U.), received the 1991
Wyman Award at the International Convention.
Virginia is chairman of the English Department at Georgia State U . in Atlanta. Because of a previous profes- sional commitment, she could not be present to accept the award.
In her letter of acceptance, she said that she was elated to receive the award and particularly proud because Elizabeth Heywood Wyman was also an English teacher.
Virginia, a tenured professor of English at Georgia State U., holds a Ph.D. from Florida State U., a Master of Arts degree from the U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a B.A. from Florida State U .
She is the author of three books. One of these is a well known biography of Carson McCullers, The Lonely Hunter: A Biography of Carson McCullers, which is into its third printing. She has also written numerous articles and essays, and she is currently working on a
biography of Tennessee Williams.
Her scholastic and professional honors and awards are too numerous to list. Some of the highlights include being a Senior Fullbright Scholar, a national finalist for the Phi Kappa Phi Distinguished Scholar Award, the recipient of the Governor's Award in the Humanities, Outstanding Teacher of the
Year, two "Woman of Achievement" citations, and the recipient of eight research grants.
Her lifetime of teaching has led to educational experiences which have spanned the continent and spilled over into Europe and the Orient.
She is also a popular speaker and guest lecturer.
When not traveling to professional meetings or to do research, Virginia lives in Atlanta. She is the mother of three daughters.
Virginia is a member of the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter.
Adrine Wheeler wins 1991 Perry Award
Adrine Wheeler, Alpha Phi (Montana State U.), received the 1991 Perry Award which is given annually to Alpha Omicron Pi's most outstanding collegiate chapter president.
Mary Louise Filer Roller, Past International President, presented the award at the Rose Banquet at the International Convention.
"The recipient of the Perry Award this year has, through example, shown the women of her chapter what it truly means to be an AOII, embracing the ideals and standards of Alpha Omicron Pi," Mrs. Roller said.
Adrine's chapter adviser said that she had handled an especially sensitive situation with ". . .a remarkable knowledge of AOII's Constitution and Bylaws, and a very deep sense of human compassion."
Mrs. Roller said that Adrine was also known for taking a special interest in the pledges, always having an encouraging word for them.
Mrs. Roller said that Adrine never asked anyone to do anything that she would not do right along with them.
"She demonstrated fairness in dealing
with all aspects of chapter life. Difficult situations were handled honestly, forthrightly, and with tolerance and judgment restrained by love," Mrs. Roller said.
Adrine was determined that AOII would be a leader on campus in the area of risk management, and she ensured that her chapter followed the AOII alcohol policy to the letter.
A mechanical engineering major, Adrine excelled in her field. The head of that department described her as "very organized and calm, while being extremely busy."
Mrs. Roller noted that Adrine has passed on her AOII heritage-her sister succeeded her as president of the chapter.
The Perry Award was established at the 1959 Convention. It honors Founder Stella George Stern Perry. The award is administered by three Past International Presidents appointed by the Executive Board, each serving a staggered term of six years. Serving in these positions this past year were Mary Louise Filer Roller, Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy, & Joan Deathe MacCallum.
Adrine Wheeler
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Louise Oliver wins Mullan Award
/ wish I knew the words that would express to you my gratitude and sincere appreciation for the love and recognition you have given to me.
With any honor comes a great responsiblity. Please know that I shall do my best always to prove worthy of the trust placed in me. Helping me to fulfill my responsibility I shall remember the gentle admonition which I received over 75 years ago-the words ". . .you are to reflect credit upon your Fraternity and make it proud to claim you."
In accepting this honor, I do so remembering those who have worked so long and loyally with me. There have been advisers, committee chairmen, my own family, and the many other chapter sisters. Many of them, as we have worked together, have become my precious and cherished friends.
It is my dearest wish tonight, as you return to your more usual duties, and as the years come and go, that through Alpha Omicron Pi and because of Alpha Omicron Pi, you too will enjoy more and more of that perfect happiness for which you were intended.
Thank you so much.
—Louise Benton Oliver after receiving the Mullan Award.
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Louise Benton Oliver
from her granddaughter and AOII sister, Ann Busch. Ann wrote that Louise's sense of sisterhood is "strong, genuine, and truly enriching."
Louise graduated from the U. of Washington in 1919, where she majored in music. After graduation Louise was on the music faculty there until 1943. She has also taught violin and viola, and she continues to teach today.
As a collegian and throughout her life, she has been active in Mu Phi Epsilon, an International Professional Music Fraternity. She has also been active in the Ladies Musical Club and the Seattle Muscial Arts Society.
In January of 1990, Louise was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. With her high grades, Louise had been eligible when she graduated, but a bookkeeping error showed her as being five credits short. Louise's grandson investigated and discovered the error. Her initiation was featured in newspaper articles and on the television news.
Louise was the Rose Banquet speaker at the Victoria Convention, and she has also been a Founders' Day speaker. She is a Rose Award recipient, and last year she received the Most Inspirational Alumna Award at the Region IX Leadership Conference.
Louise has been described as a woman who is "loved by everybody," from her contemporaries to today's collegians. Ann Brislawn Beardsley best summarized Louise's contribution to AOII when she wrote, "Many countries have national treasures; AOII has a living treasure in Louise Oliver."
When Louise Benton Oliver, Upsilon (U. of W ashington), accepted the Helen St. Clair Mullan Alumnae Award at the 1991 International Convention, there probably wasn't a dry eye in the banquet hall.
One alumna said, "Louise said in two minutes what AOII is all about."
The Mullan Award is given to an alumna who has continually served Alpha Omicron Pi over the years, displaying loyal, faithful and devoted commitment to the Fraternity.
Louise is a member of the Seattle Alumnae Chapter and of the group within that chapter which has been named in her honor. She has been active in AOII, serving as president of her collegiate chapter, her alumnae chapter, district superintendent of the Pacific
District, manager of the 1927 National Convention, and on the advisory committee of the Upsilon Chapter for many years. Louise, at the age of 92, is still active. She serves as adviser to the historian.
At the Upsilon Chapter, it has become an annual tradition for Louise to spend an evening there during pre-rush activities. Her contributions to that collegiate chapter have ranged from giving financial advice to composing the lyrics for "The Clock Song."
Kathleen (Kathy) Oliver Busch, Upsilon (U. of Washington), Louise's daughter, says she called on her mother for help with rush skits many times when she was serving as rush adviser. One of the letters written in support of Louise's nomination for the award came
Louise and the Executive
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Marianne Carton wins Hinton Award
Marianne Davies Carton, Upsilon (U. of W ashington), was awarded the Adele K. Hinton Award at International Convention.
The award is named in honor of Past International President, Adele K. Hinton, and it recognizes an alumna who has set an outstanding personal example for others in the Fraternity.
Marianne was described as a true example of an AOII who is admired and respected by all AOIIs with whom she comes into contact. She was praised for her loving ways, her attention to detail, and her willingness to go the extra mile.
Her service to AOII has been in many
capacities: Regional Finance Officer, Regional Director, Corporation Board member, and Foundation Board mem- ber. In 1977 she was honored with a Rose Award.
However, Marianne is best known for her devotion and dedication to the Ruby Fund.
"She, more than anyone else, has nurtured the fund, administered the fund, and encouraged the growth of the fund," said International President Barbara Hunt.
Marianne is a member of the San Diego, CA Alumnae Chapter.
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Marianne Davies Carton

Pamela Warner Hill wins RD Award
Executive Board Director Judy Bourassa (left) congratulates Pamela Warner Hill.
Pamela W arner Hill, Iota Alpha (Idaho State U.), received the Regional Director Award at International Convention.
This award recognizes the Regional Director who has served Alpha Omicron Pi, her region, and her chapters in an outstanding manner not only in dedicating her time and energies but also in motivating her chapters to achieve excellence and high standards.
"She demonstrates great prowess in analyzing chapters' strengths and weaknesses, quickly sets a plan of action and then teaches the chapter to do its own problem solving," said Judy Hornik Bourassa, Executive Board Director, Alumnae, who presented the award.
Judy noted that Pamela is an outstanding communicator, both on paper and face to face.
"Pamela's memos are always positive, challenging, cleverly presented and full of clear, concise suggestions, directions and reminders," Judy said.
She pointed out that Pamela had served seven years as an R D , traveled many miles, worked in two regions, and lived in three states. Six collegiate chapters and five alumnae chapters have benefitted from her guidance.
"Pamela believes that AOIIs should bloom where they are planted," Judy said.
She described Pamela as an RD who is loved and respected by all with whom she associates.
Pamela Thomas wins McKinney Award
Pamela V anV oorhees Thomas, Alpha Pi (Florida State U.), won the Muriel T. McKinney Award at International Convention.
Pamela is the Chapter Adviser for the Lambda Sigma Chapter at the U. of Georgia. She is a member of the Athens Alumnae Chapter.
The Muriel T. McKinney Award, which was first presented in 1975, consists of Muriel's badge mounted on a charm. The charm travels to each succeeding winner.
Adviser for Lambda Sigma for six years, and she is highly respected and dearly loved. Under her guidance, the chapter has attained the highest scholastic standing on campus, consistently pledged quota, and had a high initiation rate.
On a personal level, Pamela spends many hours each week tutoring AOIIs in math. She is well respected on campus where the sorority adviser described her as an "exemplary chapter adviser who is well informed on the issues facing the Greek system."
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Two chapters win JWH Cup!
Two collegiate chapters received the Jessie Wallace Hughan Award at Inter- national Convention. The chapters are: Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U., and Gamma Delta, U. of South Alabama.
Alpha Chi
Alpha Chi was described as a chapter where the members give of themselves. Chapter members helped a struggling sorority on campus and they participated in numerous philanthropic events.
They changed the chapter meeting night and achieved 100% attendance. Their committees met at regularly scheduled times with agendas prepared in advance.
This chapter excelled in rush. The Alpha Chi's pay close attention to legacies and do all within their power to pledge them. Rush doesn't stop with pledging, however, and the chapter has an excellent initiation rate.
As their Regional Vice President says, "These members are leaders on their campus, they are role models for the Greek community, and they are respected by the university admin- istration."
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The members of the Gamma Delta Chapter stress the importance of leader- ship not just within the chapter but also on campus and in the community. Many of their members are leaders on campus.
"Their leadership is exemplary in scholarship, service, and campus involvement," said the Dean of Students.
This chapter has been active in Panhellenic, helping to implement several programs to encourage members of the sororities on campus to interact with one another more frequently. They have also assisted other groups, thus displaying true Panhellenic spirit.
A special goal for this biennium was to not go over any item in the chapter budget. The members called on their Regional Finance Officer for assistance, and they met this goal. Other areas of achievement include rush, chapter programming, and the sponsorship of a non-alcohol party benefitting arthritis research.
Gamma Delta


COLLEGIATE CHAPTER AWARDS
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARDS-To honor well-rounded, outstanding chapters for their activities; scholarship; service to campus, college and community; internal quality; relations with Headquarters; financial responsibility; and training programs for a two year period.
ALPHA CHI, Western Kentucky U.; ALPHA DELTA, U. of Alabama; ALPHA PHI, Montana State U.; EPSILON, Cornell U.; GAMMA ALPHA, George Mason U.; GAMMA DELTA, U. of South Alabama; IOTA, U. of Illinois; LAMBDA SIGMA, U. of Georgia; NU OMICRON, Vanderbilt U.; OMICRON, U. of Tennessee, Knoxville; SIGMA DELTA, Huntingdon College.
HEADQUARTERS COOPERATION CUP-
Honoring the collegiate chapter maintaining the best records and the best communications with Headquarters. LAMBDASIGMA,U.ofGeorgia.
PHILOS AWARD-To honor one collegiate chapter on whose campus the Panhellenic spirit is best exemplified. This award went to CHI ALPHA, U. of
California - Davis. A citation was awarded to KAPPA OMEGA, U. of Kentucky.
OUTSTANDING ALUMNAE ADVISORY COMMITTEE-Given for outstanding attention to AOII policies & a teamwork approach. Award: ALPHA PHI, AAC, Montana State U.
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SCHOLARSHIP McCAUSLAND CUP: To honor the collegiate chapter with the most outstanding scholarship for the past two years. DELTA UPSILON, Duke University, Durham, NC. SCHOLARSHIP CUPS were awarded to the following chapters: (see photo above) BETA LAMBDA, Illinois Wesleyan U.; CHI BETA, U. of Virginia; EPSILON, Cornell U.; EPSILON ALPHA, Pennsylvania State U.; IOTA, U. of Illinois; KAPPA ALPHA, Indiana State U.; NU OMICRON, Vanderbilt U.; OMEGA, Miami U. - Ohio; OMICRON PI, U. of Michigan; PHI SIGMA, Kearney State College; TAU DELTA, Birmingham Southern College; TAU OMEGA, Transylvania U.; ZETA, U. of Nebraska - Lincoln.
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RUSH EXCELLENCE AWARDS- To honor three chapters (categorized by membership size) which demonstrate excellent formal rush practices, taking into account their entire rush program, including achieving quota & the percentage of initiation of pledges.
Category I (106 members or more) Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky U. Citation: Lambda Sigma, U. of Georgia
Category II (76 to 105 members) Phi Sigma, Kearney State U. Citation: Theta Psi, U. of Toledo
Category III (75 members or fewer) Gamma Sigma,
Georgia State U.
PUBLIC RELATIONS- In recognition of the most outstanding public relations program developed and implemented by a collegiate chapter. Award: KAPPA TAU, Southeastern Louisiana U. Citation: IOTA, U. of Illinois
OUTSTANDING CORPORATION AWARDS- With a House: ALPHA DELTA, U. of Alabama; Citation: ALPHA CHI, Western Kentucky U.
Without a House: KAPPA KAPPA, Ball State U.; Citation: LAMBDA CHI, LaGrange College and GAMMA ALPHA, George Mason U.
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COLLEGIATE CHAPTERS:
ALPHA DELTA, U. of Alabama
ALPHA LAMBDA Georgia Southern U. ALPHA CHI, Western Kentucky U.
ALPHA PHI, Montana State U.
BETA PHI, Indiana U.
CHI, Syracuse U.
CHI ALPHA, U. of California-Davis
CHI BETA, U. of Virginia
CHI PSI, Cal Poly State U.-San Luis Obispo DELTA, Tufts U.
DELTA DELTA, Auburn U.
DELTA OMEGA, Murray State U.
DELTA PI, Central Missouri State U.
DELTA UPSILON, Duke U.
EPSILON, Cornell U.
EPSILON ALPHA, Pennsylvania State U. EPSILON CHI, Elon College
CORPORATION BOARDS:
ALPHA BETA TAU, Thomas More College ALPHA CHI, Western Kentucky U. ALPHA DELTA, U. of Alabama
ALPHA LAMBDA, Georgia Southern U. ALPHA PHI, Montana State U.
BETA GAMMA, Michigan State U. CHI, Syracuse U.
CHI ALPHA, U. of California-Davis CHI DELTA, U. of Colorado
CHI LAMBDA, U. of Evansville DELTA, Tufts U.
DELTA PI, Central Missouri State U. DELTA SIGMA, San Jose State DELTA THETA, Texas Woman's U.
ALUMNAE CHAPTERS:
Atlanta, GA
Baltimore, MD
Baton Rouge, LA Bloomington-Normal, IL
Bowling Green, KY Champaign-Urbana, IL
Chicago Beverly Hills, IL Chicago Northwest Suburban, IL Chicago West Suburban, IL Cleveland Area, OH
Columbus, OH
Dearborn, Ml
Decatur Area, AL DeKalb/Kane County, IL Denver Area, CO
Detroit North Suburban, Ml Diablo Valley, CA
East Bay, CA Evansville Tri-State, IN Greater Harrisburg, PA Greater Pinellas, FL
GAMMA ALPHA, George Mason U. GAMMA DELTA, U. of South Alabama GAMMA SIGMA, Georgia State U. IOTA, U. of Illinois
IOTA CHI, U. of Western Ontario
IOTA SIGMA, Iowa State U.
KAPPA ALPHA, Indiana State U. KAPPA KAPPA, Ball State U.
KAPPA LAMBDA, U. of Calgary KAPPA OMEGA, U. of Kentucky KAPPA OMICRON, Rhodes College KAPPA PI, Ohio Northern U.
KAPPA TAU, Southeastern Louisiana U. LAMBDA CHI, LaGrange College LAMBDA ETA, Grand Valley State LAMBDA SIGMA, U. of Georgia LAMBDA TAU, Northeast Louisiana U.
DELTA UPSILON, Duke U.
EPSILON CHI, Elon College
GAMMA ALPHA, George Mason U. GAMMA OMICRON, U. of Florida GAMMA SIGMA, Georgia State U. IOTA SIGMA, Iowa State U.
KAPPA KAPPA, Ball State U.
KAPPA TAU, Southeastern Louisiana U. LAMBDA BETA California State - Long Beach
LAMBDA CHI, LaGrange College LAMBDA SIGMA, U. of Georgia NU IOTA, Northern Illinois U.
NU OMICRON, Vanderbiit U.
Greater Portland, ME Hammond Area, LA Huntsville, AL Indianapolis, IN Jonesboro, AR Kentuckiana, KY Knoxville, TN Lafayette, IN
Lake County, IL Lexington, KY
Long Beach, CA Macomb County, Ml Memphis, TN Mid-Missouri, MO Milwaukee Area, Wl Montreal, CANADA Muncie, IN Nashville, TN
North Houston Suburban, TX Northern Orange County, CA Northern Virginia, VA Northwest Arkansas, AR
NU DELTA, Canisius College
NU OMICRON, Vanderbiit U. OMEGA, Miami U.-Ohio OMICRON, U. of Tennessee
PHI SIGMA, Kearney State College PHI UPSILON, Purdue U.
PI DELTA, U. of Maryland
SIGMA CHI, Hartwick College
SIGMA DELTA, Huntingdon College SIGMA OMICRON, Arkansas State U. SIGMA PHI, California State Northridge TAU DELTA, Birmingham Southern College TAU OMEGA, Transylvania U.
TAU OMICRON, U. of Tennessee-Martin THETA, DePauw U.
ZETA, U. of Nebraska-Lincoln
ZETA PSI, East Carolina U.
OMICRON, U. of Tennessee
OMICRON PI, U. of Michigan
PHI SIGMA, Kearney State College
PI ALPHA, U. of Louisville
PI DELTA, U. of Maryland
RHO BETA, Virginia Commonwealth U. RHO OMICRON, Middle Tennessee State U. SIGMA, U. of California-Berkeley
SIGMA PHI, California State Northridge TAU OMICRON, U. of Tennessee-Martin THETA BETA Towson State U.
THETA PSI, U. of Toledo
UPSILON, U. of Washington
Orlando Area, FL
Palo Alto, CA
Philadelphia, PA
Phoenix, AZ
Piedmont, N.C.
Pocatello, ID
San Jose, CA
San Diego, CA
San Fernando Valley, CA Seattle, WA Shreveport/Bossier City, LA South Bay/Palos Verdes, CA Southern Orange County, CA St. Louis, MO
Tampa Bay, FL Toledo, OH Topeka-Lawrence, KS Triangle, NC
Tucson, AZ
Ventura County, CA Virginia Tidewater, VA Washington, D.C.
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DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD- To honor well-rounded alumnae chapters for excellence in service to their communities, collegiate chapters, philanthropic projects, city Panhellenic, and for their outstanding programming designed to meet the needs of their membership and to promote and support the activities of the Fraternity. The winners are: ATLANTA, GA; PHOENIX, AZ; SEATTLE, WA; INDIANAPOLIS, IN; HAMMOND AREA, LA; CHICAGO WEST SUBURBAN, IL; ST.LOUIS, MO;GREATER PINELLAS, FL;NORTHERN ORANGE COUNTY, CA; CHICAGO NORTHWEST SUBURBAN, IL.
PHI LOS AWARD- To honor one alumnae chapter where the Panhellenic spirit is best displayed. Award: PHOENIX ALUMNAE CHAPTER, AZ. Citation: NORTHERN VIRGINIA ALUMNAE CHAPTER, VA.
ALUMNAE MEMBERSHIP RECRUITMENT AWARD- To honor the alumnae chapter with the most outstanding membership recruitment/retention program.
Under 30 members: NORTH HOUSTON SUBURBAN ALUMNAE CHAPTER, TX. Citation: SAN FERNANDO VALLEY ALUMNAE CHAPTER, CA. Over 31 members: ATLANTA ALUMNAE CHAPTER, GA. Citations: SAN JOSE ALUMNAE CHAPTER, CA; SEATTLE ALUMNAE CHAPTER, WA.
ALUMNAE MEMBERSHIP EDUCATION- To honor the alumnae chapter with the most outstanding membership education program.
Under 30 members: MID-MISSOURI ALUMNAE CHAPTER, MO. Citations: VENTURA COUNTY ALUMNAE CHAPTER, CA; TRIANGLE ALUMNAE CHAPTER, NC.
Over 31 members: ATLANTA ALUMNAE CHAPTER, GA. Citations: INDIANAPOLIS ALUMNAE CHAPTER, IN; SAN DIEGO ALUMNAE CHAPTER, CA.
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PUBLIC RELATIONS AWARD- In recognition of the most outstanding public relations program. Award: HAMMOND AREA ALUMNAE CHAPTER, LA. Citation: ATLANTA ALUMNAE CHAPTER, GA.


Rose Award winners at the International Convention.
AOII honors 25 alumnae with 1991 Rose Award
Twenty-five alumnae were honored with the Rose Award at International Convention. These women were chosen from a group of 69 nominations.
The Rose Award was presented for the first time at the 1957 Convention, and it recognizes service to AOII at the local level.
The Rose Award is the Fraternity's way of saying "thank you" to women who have worked tirelessly to promote the Fraternity and its ideals.
The winners of the 1991 awards can be found doing just about anything for AOII. They wash dishes during rush, they welcome AOIIs into their homes, they chair committees, and they provide MIFs. They support AOII's Foundation and philanthropic endeavors. Many serve as officers of their local alumnae chapter and the alumnae Panhellenics. Some are the writers and presenters of Convention and Leadership Conference sessions. Still others serve as collegiate chapter advisers or members of
corporation boards. All have influenced other AOIIs by their example, standards of excellence, and just plain "being there" when it mattered most.
The winners of the 1991 Rose Awards are:
Patricia Len Rine Antolosky, Epsilon Alpha (Pennsylvania State U.); Virginia (Ginger) Anne Banks, Pi Kappa (U. of Texas, Austin); Janet Lynn Hiser Bowsher, Iota (U. of Illinois); Kathleen Baumgardner Campanella, Alpha Delta (U. of Alabama); Patricia Ann Thompson Dowie, Kappa Tau (Southeastern Louisiana U.) Elaine Marie DeFrances Ellis, Alpha Omicron (Louisiana State U.); Erna Rene Strong Fitzgerald, Pi Kappa (U. of Texas, Austin); Pamela Jo Warner Hill, Iota Alpha (Idaho State U.) Barbara Ann Daugs Hunt, Phi Delta (U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee); Rita Dianne Conway Hurtt, Kappa Alpha (Indiana State U ); Dorothy (Dottie) Louise Whelen Leek, Omicron (U. of
Tennessee, Knoxville); Mary Elizabeth (Dixie) Willingham Masters, Lambda Sigma (U. of Georgia); Susan Elizabeth Reid Mattern, Chi Delta (U. of Colorado); Harriet Louise O'Leary, Theta Eta (U. of Cincinnati); Roberta (Robbie) Kay Ruth Peterson, Kappa Rho (Western Michigan U.); Charlene Ellen Brown Potter, Beta Gamma (Michigan State U.); Karen Ann Youngman Ryan, Delta Sigma (San Jose State); Rosemary Kay Kappes Schwierjohn, Iota (U. of Illinois); Virginia Krupa Shaw, Phi Lambda (Youngstown State U.); Janet Susanne Johnson Slagowski, Kappa Kappa (Ball State U.); Jean Gray Colgate Stafford, Delta (Tufts U.); Mary Ann Vaughan Stark, Delta Delta (Auburn U.); Carol Ann Miller Stevenson, Omega (Miami U.); Melissa (Missy) Watson Taylor, Chi Lambda (U. of Evansville); Judith Kaye Lacina West, Omicron Pi (U. of Michigan).
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Atlanta
Carol Armstrong reports that the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter has 135 members and is still growing. The chapter has alumnae from over 30 collegiate chapters, ranging from 50- year members to recent graduates.
To fit the schedules of such a diverse group, the regular monthly meetings alternate between a day and a night meeting. During the months of the night meetings, a "social bunch" meets for bridge and sack lunches. During the months of day meetings, happy hours and Saturday lunches are held. This variety helps meet the needs of senior members, career women, and mothers. To recruit new graduates, their first year's dues are free.
The 1990-91 year's events began with the annual wine and cheese party in early September. Other fall meetings included a "Girls Night Out," which featured a trip to a local comedy club. November's meeting had a college nostalgia theme. Each sister shared a recollection from her college days. Members brought donations of canned
goods and staples for a local women's shelter. Over 75 women attended the annual Christmas luncheon. Lucille Kurk was recognized for her 70-year membership in AOII, and toys were collected for needy children. Members traveled to Georgia Southern U. for Founders' Day where certificates of appreciation were presented to Renie Lehman and Shirley Lee.
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Boca Raton
Lots of exciting programs were offered to the members of the Boca Raton Area Alumnae this past year, reports Sally Drea.
After starting offthe year with a potluck dinner meeting, the members attended the Chris Evert Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic. They enjoyed watching Elton John, Linda Evans, Don Johnson and other celebrities play some great tennis and share some laughs.
The members contributed clothing, food and personal products to AVDA (Aid to Victims of Domestic Assault) by assembling Hospitality Packets with items necessary for unexpected overnight stays at a special south Florida shelter for women and their children.
The chapter received a citation at Convention for funds raised wrapping gifts outside a popular Toys-R-Us store in December.
The year closed with the Third Annual Box Lunch Auction. Jana Howell, Regional Director, was a special guest.
Baltimore
"Where did the year go" was the question asked by Baltimore Alumnae Chapter members at the last event of the year—a picnic at Ginny Linder's home.
Carol Lee Hensyl reports that the year was rewarding with time devoted to sorority business, fund raising events, and lots of sisterhood. The best kept secret was the mystery meeting scheduled for February. To everyone's delight it was a "High Tea" at a popular restaurant in one of Baltimore's oldest areas which has recently been restored.
fiafon Rouge Alumnae Chapter officers are (from left) Mary Pellecchia, Elaine Ellis, Susan Mele, Marjorie Sanders, Katherine Miller, Mary Tessier, and Claire Yeargin.
The chapter's annual birthday
luncheon was held in February where
Dr. Virginia Spencer Carr was
recognized. She is the 1991 recipient of annual Panhellenic luncheon. The the Wyman Award.
Other spring events included a casual fashion show and a "Shower for the Shelter" which collected linens and housewares to donate to women who are starting out again on their own. A high- light of May was the initiation of Georgia State seniors into alumnae status. V olunteers from the chapter served at the Decorator's Showhouse which benefits the Atlanta Symphony. The annual IIOA party in August was a night of food and fun.
chapter provided advisers for the Theta Beta Chapter and treats for the Sigma Tau, Pi Delta, and Theta Beta Chapters. Husbands and dates joined chapter members at the racetrack for lunch and a race named in the chapter's honor.
Baton Rouge
The Baton Rouge Alumnae Chapter has been successful in recruiting new members this year and membership has increased 38% over last year.
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Alumnae Chapter News...
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Chapter members began the year with a planning meeting in August. Members attended rush activities at Kappa Tau Chapter in Hammond, LA, and the Delta Beta colonization in Lafayette, LA.
Social activities included a decoration workshop at a local florist and the couples Christmas party and gift exchange. Founders' Day was celebrated in New Orleans with members of the Pi Chapter and the New Orleans Alumnae.
At the annual spring luncheon held at the Baton Rouge Country Club, newly elected officers were installed by Elaine Ellis. Fran Spain, nationally known motivational speaker and humorist, was the guest speaker.
Boston
Suzanne Aupperle reports that the Boston Alumnae Chapter held several meetings at the Delta Collegiate Chapter's house at Tufts U . during the 1990-91 year. Several alumnae worked hard to make the house a reality for the Delta Chapter.
Founders' Day in December was held with the collegians on the Tufts campus. Alumnae welcomed the graduates into alumnae status in May with "Sundaes with Seniors."
Columbus
The Columbus Alumnae Chapter finished a banner year with its Aim for Arthritis Contest in June at a nearby golf course, reports Jean Kreischer. This fund raiser helped pay for the chapter's Christmas dinner for arthritis patients. Prizes are given for the "closest to the pin", and for second and third place.
About 45 patients attended the Christmas dinner this year, and each one receive a gift of a memo pad on a hand painted tile. Entertainment was provided by a high school clown group. Homemade goodies were the prizes for the bingo game which followed dinner.
Chapter member Eileen Thome, who is a certified financial planner, gave a presentation called "Taking the Mystery out of Investments."
A picnic with area collegians was planned for August.
Denver Area
The Denver Area Alumnae Chapter enjoyed one of its most successful years with a repeat of the most popular programs, such as the salad luncheon in the spring, the "Bridge of Roses" Chi Delta fund raiser, and the geranium sale. Members also enjoyed several new programs, including a "Days of Wine and Roses" luncheon, a "Shop Till Y ou Drop" day, a Chocolate Rest, and a Chinese New Year party.
Carolyn Neu reports that the theme for the coming year is "Me, Myself and AOII." This format was introduced by President Elect/Program Chairman Karen Brooks-Rhea and will include the most successful programs from last year as well as several new ones.
Bloomington,
Activities during the year included learning about microwave cooking, the ancient art of origami, and cheering at a basketball game with spouses and guests.
The chapter year concluded with an April potluck to welcome the graduating seniors from Beta Lambda into alumnae status.
Boise Valley
Chocolate and champagne; bowl-a- thon; Founders' Day luncheon; an after- work happy hour; elections and installations. This was the sequence of events last year for the Boise Valley Alumnae Chapter, reports Renee J. Knudsen.
The annual bowl-a-thon fund raiser was a lot of fun. A new event this year was a recycle pick-up program which has raised $60 so far. The "AOII Hoofers" once again completed the Robie Creek Race (13.8 miles) and shaved 15-20 minutes off their previous year's time.
This year chapter members adopted the Alpha Rho Chapter at Corvallis, OR, and were able to help with care packages and rush name tags.
Any area alumnae who have not been to one of the chapter's monthly gatherings are invited to come and reacquaint themselves with AOII and friends.
Bloomington, Normal
Alumnae
(from left) Janice Linden, Amy Schon, Darcy LaReau, & Myrna Haas are pictured at the chapter's Senior Potluck dinner.
Normal
The Bloomington, Normal Alumnae Chapter had an exciting and successful year, reports Carol D . Elliott. The chapter started the year by participating in mock rush with the collegians at Beta Lambda. Chapter members enjoyed a "Bunco Night" in October and hosted an ethnic potluck for the Beta Lambda pledges in November. The traditional Founders' Day gathering was an evening dessert event at the Beta Lambda Chapter House.
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Denver Area Continued...
Chapter members continue to work on the "Building the Dream" campaign to raise funds for the expansion of the Chi Delta chapter house in Boulder. Through the efforts of a few dedicated individuals, nearly $70,000 has been raised toward the goal of $200,000. If you are interested in supporting this campaign, write to Carolyn McDonald, 4565 East Mexico A ve., #29, Denver, CO 80222.
Diablo Valley
May and June were busy and exciting months for the Diablo Valley Alumnae Chapter,repqrtsiDorothyGarber.
As a fund raiser this year, the chapter held a gourmet dinner. The five course meal was served at the home of Marion Haswell, with Stell Eriksen, Dorothy Garber, and Sandy Thompson serving. Chapter members and their guests had a marvelous time.
Early in May, the Diablo Valley and the East Bay Alumnae Chapters hosted a Sunday garden luncheon at Dorothy Garber's home for the graduating seniors from Sigma Chapter. Laura Doyle and Sandy Thompson, presidents of the two alumnae chapters, conducted the ceremony welcoming the 20 seniors to the status of alumnae.
Members of the East Bay Alumnae Chapter toasted in new members at a wine and cheese party in August of this past year, reports Paige Harrison Wray.
In September they held a brunch to honor Sigma pledges and to celebrate the East Bay Alumnae Chapter's 55th anniversary. The brunch was held at the home of Betty Eddins, Epsilon (Cornell U.). In November a fund- raiser lunch was held prior to the "big game" (Cal versus Stanford). Proceeds were dona- ted to arthritis research, AOII scholar- ships, and the East Bay Alumnae Chapter.
In December a "finger food" pot luck was held at the home of Judy West, Omicron Pi (U. of Michigan). Food dishes were photographed, and the recipes were give to Sigma and Chi Alpha collegiate chapters for rush food ideas. February 9 was the date of the
Northern California Founders' Day at Mira Vista Country Club near Berkeley. The guest speaker was Kathryn Searight, Tau (U. of Minnesota), director of the Consumer Center at Dole Food Company. She spoke on various aspects of leadership. Over 250 collegians and alumnae attended. <
In March it was time to elect officers and to give well deserved thanks to retiring President Laura Doyle, Lambda Iota (U. of California, San Diego). In May, a joint meeting was held with the Diablo V alley Alumnae Group to induct the Sigma seniors into alumnae status. Not only did the 25 seniors talk about their majors and their post graduation plans, but each alumna also disclosed her own major and current job situation. It was interesting to see how many people work in the field in which they obtained their degree.
Greater Allentown-
Bethlehem
The Greater Allentown-Bethlehem Alumnae Chapter welcomed three new members into the chapter at is annual covered dish dinner, reports Joann Kack Knerr. Chapter members also had a des- sert and recipe exchange at that meeting.
The chapter's survival kits fund raiser was again a success, and the profits were donated to the Arthritis Foundation. In May the chapter's newly elected officers were installed by the Region U Vice President Peg Zywicki.
In March 1992, the chapter will celebrate its 25th anniversary.
Greater Portland
It was a busy year for the Greater Portland (ME) Alumnae Chapter, reports Claudette Powers Simms.
In September the chapter gave the Gamma Chapter a rush contribution and two new robes. In October a pot luck dinner was held at the home of Pearl Littlefield Sciaraffa. November's meeting, a Christmas Craft Night, was hosted by Piper Cheetam Bolduc.
The chapter's annual holiday meeting was held at Nancy Pistaki Chard's home. A n ornament auction and silent auction raised money for the Maine Children's Cancer Program and the Bruce Roberts Holiday fund. Canned goods were collected for a food
basket for the McAuley Residence, a transitional home for women and their families. The chapter's founding mem- bers and Region I's Public Relations Officer, Barbara Koertz Wentworth, were presented Certificates of Appre- ciation.
Len Libby chocolates were sold at the January meeting and part of the proceeds were donated to the McAuley Residence. Jan MacGregor Milliano hosted the March meeting. Chapter members worked on canvas bags to sell at Convention at the April meeting. Joy Walker Halligan prepared the rose stencils used to decorate the bags. The final fund raiser for the year was taking part in the World's Largest Garage Sale at the Civic Center in Portland.
Long Beach
Christine Vargas reports that the Long Beach Alumnae Chapter had a successful, well-rounded year. The chapter's "Back from the Beach" September meeting kicked off a mem- bership drive. Those attending shared photos of summer happenings.
During the year, chapter members learned about decorative stamps, ob- served a cooking demonstration, and participated in a cookie and ornament exchange. The chapter joined with the Long Beach collegians to sponsor a hyp- notist show to raise money for scholar- ships. A family picnic was held in July;
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Alpha Omicron Pi Directory -1991-92
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PAST INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENTS: Edith Huntington Anderson (Beta Phi) 1933-1937; Dorothy Bruniga Dean (Rho) 1943-1946; Mary Louise Filer Roler (Alpha Pi) 1955-1957; Nancy Moyer McCain (Rho) 1957-1959; Wilma Smith Leland (Tau) 1959-1961; Jessie Marie Senor Cramer (Phi) 1961-1963; Ruth Lee Leichtamer (Theta Psi) 1963-1965; Jessie McAdam Lamed (Tau) 1965-1967; Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy (Iota Alpha) 1971-1973; Janirae Linebaugh Callaway (Omicron) 1975-1976; Norma Marshall Ackel (Kappa Theta) 1976-1979; Joan Deathe MacCallum (Kappa Phi) 1979-1981; Ginger Banks (Pi Kappa) 1981-1985; Peg Cramer Crawford (Iota) 1985-1989.
INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS: Alpha Omicron PL 9025 Overtook Blvd., Brentwood, TN 37027 615/370-0920
STAFF
Melanie Nixon Doyle, Executive Director, Lambda Sigma; Ann Reynolds, Controller, Nu Omicron; Sandra Click, Office Manager, Nu Omicron; Kathy Crow, Coordinator for Programs and Training, Delta Omega; Dina D'Gerolamo, Membership Develop- ment Coordinator, Kappa Tau; Beth Grantham, Coordinator of Editorial Services, Rho Omicron; Julie Martin, Chapter Services Coordinator, Alpha Delta; Mary Ann Caldwell, Information and Hospitality Coordinator, Tau Delta, Suzan Hobgood, Reception- ist, Rho Omicron; Jill Wagner, Administrative Assis- tant, Rho Omicron; Frank Yancy, Shipping/Receiv- ing; Cindy Brennan, Accounting Clerk, Rho Omicron; Jackie Lynch, Accounting Clerk, Rho Omicron.
Foundation Staff: Patricia Helland, Director of Development, Rho Omicron; Mary Ami Jenkins, Coordinator, Kappa Alpha; Kellie Holland, Secretary, Rho Omicron; Theresa Davis, Bookkeeper, Alpha Kappa.
Chapter Consultants: Melissia Anderson, Alpha Gamma; Melissa Blair, Epsilon Omega; Holly Eippert, Kappa Pi; Lisa Gale, Zeta Psi;. Jennifer Gordon, Beta Phi; Beth Kuchta, Zeta; Michelle Taylor, Delta Sigma; Leslie Yanik, Lambda Iota.
EXECUTIVE BOARD
International President: Barbara Daugs Hunt (Cecil), Phi Delta, 930 17th Ave., Grafton, WI53024, 414/377-7766 (H) 414/238-4900 (O), 414/239-4949 (FAX). Duties: Foundation Director; NPC Alternate Delegate; Liaison with: NPC Delegation; Headquarters Staff; Convention Chairman; Parliamen- tarian; Nominations Committee; To Dragma Editor Advisory Committee; Constitution Interpretation & Revision Committee; Historian/Archivist; Ritual, Tradition & Jewelry Committee; Fraternity Development Committee.
Vice President/Operations: Mary McCammon Williams (Robert), Phi, 44 Sunset Rd., Bloomington, IL 61701, 309/829^3656. Duties: Regional Oper- ations, including Administrative Meetings, Mid-year meetings, Regional Personnel Training, Priority Committee Chairman; Liaison with: Leadership Conference Chairman, Leadership Conference Seminars, Regional Vice Presidents, Regional Directors.
Vice President/Development: Linda Peters Collier (Charles), Chi Omicron, 7840 Attleboro Dr., Springfield, V A 22153, 703/455-7943. Duties: Collegiate & Alumnae Extension; Associate Recruitment; Liaison with: Budget Committee; International Public Relations Chairman; Centennial Committee; Service Chairman; Alumnae Department Director.
Vice President/Finance: Elizabeth Romine Coffey (William), Chi Lambda, 7754 N . Whittier PI., Indianapolis, I N 46250, 317/849-3030. Duties: Foundation Director; Loan Committee Chairman; Budget Committee Chairman; Liaison with: Regional
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Finance Officers; International Corporation Super- visor, investment Management; Headquarters Fund.
DIRECTORS:
Elaine James Kennedy (Philip), Alpha Chi, 129000 Settlers Point Tr,, Goshen, K Y 40026, 502/228-0200 (H). Duties: Collegiate Department/supervision of all colonies, installations; Chapter Consultant Program; Liaison with: International Rush Chairman.
Elisabeth Lester Donaldson (Joseph), Tau Delta, 1726 Croom D r , M<^gomery, A L 36106, 205/277-2776. Duties: Collegiate Department/supervision of all chapters; Liaison with: Loan Committee/member; Perry Award Committee; NPC Delegates,
Judith Homik Bourassa (Clifford). Theta Pi, 5113 East Terry Dr., Scottsdale, A Z 85254, 602/482-1750. Duties: Alumnae Department; Liaison with: Budget Committee/member; International Alumnae Membership; International Alumnae Programming; Vice President/Development.
Barbara Bierer Long (Kenneth), Alpha Rho, 2166 Yolanda, Springfield, OR 97477, 503/746-7969. Duties: Programming; Special Projects; AAC Seminar, A A C Study/Supervision; Liaison with: International Collegiate Programming Chairman/- Committee; International Membership Education Chairman/Committee; International Scholarship Chairman/Committee; Loan Committee/member.
INTERNATIONAL STANDING COMMITTEES
ALUMNAE COMMITTEE
Membership: Linda Martin McLaughlin (George), Alpha theta, 33 foquam Rd., New Canaan, CT 06840,203/966-0766.
Rose Vine Coordinator: Marion G. Clouse (Stephen), CM, 1530 86th Ave. N., St Petersberg, FL 33702,813/577-0861.
Programming: Debbie Harllee, Zeta Psi, 2133 Bemabara Rd., Winston-Satom, NC 27106, 919/924- 5621 (H) 919/770-2633 (O).
COLLEGIATE PROGRAMMING: Chairman Anne Cuechlein Wilmes (Art) Chi Lambda, 7571 Brambelwood Circle, Indianapolis, IN 46254, 317/291-7255.
CONSTITUTION INTREPATION AND REVISION CTMMITTEE (CIRC): Chairman Elise Moss (Ron Simmons), t a u Delta, 7808 Cadillac Dr., Huntsville, A L 35802, 205/880-1275 (H) 536-9645 (O).
CONVENTION: Chairman Mary Jane Thomas Ogle (Lynn Edward) 7309 N . Euclid, Gladstone, M O 64118,816/436-0643.
LOCAL CONVENTION: Chairman Audrey Lueth (Ray), Gamma Iota, 1009 Pinetree Lane, DeSoto, T X 75115,214/224-2285.
CORPORATIONS SUPERVISOR:' Karen Norene Mills (Jeffrey), Chi Alpha, 20 Sage River Circle, Sacramento, CA 95831,916/393-7311
FRATERNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMIT- TEE: Chairman Marsha Ann Guenzler, Beta Lambda, 5311 Wakefield Rd., Bethesda, M D 20816, 301/951- 8774.
HISTORIAN: Nancy Moyer McCain (Walter), Rho, 38775 Byriver Dr., ML Clemens, MI 48043,313/463- 4124.
LEADERSHIP CONFERENCES: Cindy Swartzfager, Kappa Tau, 15501 Bruce B. Downs BlvtL, Apt. 3305, Tampa, FL 33647,8B/975-0401.
NOMINATIONS: Chairman Ten Thomas Anderson (Mark), Theta Omega, 3990 Arrowood Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89117,702/253-1423.
PUBLIC RELATIONS: Dorothy (Dot) Waters , Williams (Ronald), Lambda Sigma, 6521 Rivoli Dr., Macon, GA 31210, 912/477-1742 (H) 912/745-5822
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RITUALS, TRADITIONS & JEWELRY COM- MITTEE: Chairman Joan Deathe MacCallum (John), Kappa Phi, 150 Cloverdale A ve., #206, Dorval, Quebec,CanadaH9S 3H9,514/631-4092.
RUSH CHAIRMAN: Rebecca Admire, CM Lambda, 2067 Shelby A ve., Evansville, I N 47714, 812/479- 5530(H) 4654800(0).
SCHOLARSHIP CHAIRMAN: Ellen Hoffman Zelhner (Jim), Sigma Iota, 2001 N.E. 4th St., Blue Springs, M O 64014,816/228-1805 (H) 2214000 (O).
NATIONAL PANHELLENIC CONFERENCE (Collegiate correspondence should be directed to the Delegate.)
Delegate: Ginger Banks, Pi Kappa, 3108 West Terrace Dr., Austin, TX 78731,512/454-8572.
1st Alternate: Peg Kramer Crawford, Iota, 9113 S. Massasoit Ave., Oak Lawn, EL 60453,312/422-5244.
2nd Alternate: June Greer Bogle (Boyd III), Nu Omicron, 6037 Sherwood Dr., Nashville, TN 37215, 615/373-4479.
3rd Alternate: Barbara Daugs Hunt (See Executive Board listing.)
FOUNDATION BOARD
President: Elise Mose (Ron Simmons), Tau Delta, 7808 Cadillac Dr., Huntsville, A L 35802, 205/880- 1275(H) 205/536-9645(0).
Vice President: Kay Hansen Sutherlin (Stephen), Theta, 2239 Rome Dr., Indianapolis, I N 46208, 317/293-0894.
Secretary: Rebecca Shook Weinberg, CM Delta, 859 E. 9th Place, Mesa, AZ 85203,602/969-0114.
Treasurer: Jo Beth Walling Heflin (Hugh), Pi Kappa, 11200 Pinehurst Dr., Austin, TX 78748, 512/282- 2655.
Directors: Donna Gude Barwick (William), Lambda Sigma, 1800 Peachtree Center South Tower, 225 Peachtree S t N £ „ Atlanta, G A 30303, 404/351-3867 (H) 404/658-9400(0).
Mary Batman Converse (John), Phi Kappa, 4916 Chanticleer A ve., Annandale, V A 22003, 703/978- 9617.
Barbara Daugs Hunt (See Executive Board listing.)
Mary McCammon Williams (See Executive Board listing.)
Elizabeth Romine Coffey (See Executive Board listing.)
Patricia Jacobs Mottweiler (Wilbur), Theta, 504 J. S. Owen, ML Prospect IL 60056,312/259-2288.
Rosalie Gorham Barber, Sigma Omicron, 1713 MaeArthurPark, Jonesboro, AR 72401,501/935-3393 (H) 501/972-1890 (O).
Ruby Fund Committee: Chairman Marianne Davies Carton (W.A.), tlpsilon, 1262 Upas St, San Diego, CA 92103,619/298-2150.
Arthritis Research Fund Committee: Chairman JoBeth WaHing Heflin (See listing above).
Endowment Fund Committee: Chairman Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie (James), Epsilon, 412 Princess St., Alexandria, VA 22314,703/836-1225.
SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS AND COMMITTEES
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION: Nancy Anderson Clark (Jack, Jr.), Rho, 1207 W . Haven Dr., Arlington Heights, IL 60005,312^392-1936.
PARLIAMENTARIAN: Sandra Hurd Sova (Joseph), Lambda Beta, 11181 Enterprise Dr., Los Alamitos, CA 90720,213/596-7941.
PERRY AWARD: Chairman Mary Louise Filer Roller, Alpha Pi, Box 933, Mt. Dora, FL 32757,
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Vice President: Janet Johnson Slagowski (Eugene) Kappa Kappa, 903 Longview Terrace, P O Box 388, Waverly, PA 18471,717/586-6895 (H). Public Relations Officer. Barbara Koeritz Wentworth, Gamma, 11 Country Woods Rd., Saco, ME 04072,207/283-0071 (H).
Finance Officer: Nancy A. Cochrane, Theta Pi, 327 Maitland Ave., Teaneck, NJ 07666,201/837-6519 (H) 212/698-7303 (O).
Rush Officer Kay Kettering Welch (Thomas) Theta PL 24-E Franklin Lane, Staten Island, N Y 10306,718/979-6789 (H) 718/270-7263 (O). Directors:
Rita Conway Hum (Barry) Kappa Alpha, 477 Kinderkamack Rd, Westwood, NJ 07675,201/664-9119 (H).
Sharon Marie LaRamme, Gamma, 499 Westbrook St., Apt. #207-C, South Portland, ME 04106,207/774-9244 (H) 207/775-2371 (O).
Michelle Labbett Dawson (Stephen) Beta Tau, 211 Woodsworth Road, WUlowdale, ON Canada M2L 2T5,416/444-3481 (H) 416/396-6030 (O). Gretchen Beling Zollendeck (Theodore) Phi Delta, 3648 Eckhardt Rd., Hamburg, NY 14075,716/648-6056 (H).
Susan Prochnow Story (Larry) 13 Wildflower Court, Freehold, NJ 07728,201/462-2783 (H) 800/828-4488 (O).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Beta Tau, University of Toronto, Marianne Kushman- iuk, 24 Madison Avenue, Toronto, ON, M5R 2S1, 416/922-3646
Chi, Syracuse University, Bonnie Mandel, 1105 Harrison Street, Syracuse, NY, 13210, 315/443-3798
Delta, Tufts University, Tammy Wolpowitz, 125 Packard Avenue, Medford, MA, 02155
Delta Psi, State University of New York, Wendy Metzger, Box 22627, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY, 12222,
Epsilon, Cornell University, Jodie Thorz, 210 Thurston Avenue, Ithaca, NY, 14850,607/257-1544
Gamma, University of Maine-Orono, Kelly Wing, University of Maine-Orono, 381 College Ave., Orono, ME, 04473
Iota Chi, University of Western Ontario, Karen McDowell, 222 Broughdale Avenue, London, ON, Canada N6A2K9
Chapter Adviser
Hilary Gale Clark, Beta Tau, 642 Dathurst Street, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 2R1,416/588-3596
Harriet Louise O'Leary, 309 Waring Rd, Syracuse, NY, 13224, 315/446-5648
Jean Marcy Sells, (Arthur), Zeta, 29 Parker Rd., Framingham, MA, 01701,508/879-7094
No Adviser Listed
Erin Marie McDonnell, Alpha Rho, 518 Stewart, #S- 2, Ithaca, NY, 14850,607/272-1092
Lisa Fox Gallant, Gamma, 193 West Broadway, Bangor, ME, 04401,207/947-4891
Sherri Lynn Conley, Iota Chi, 137 Oxford Street East, Apt. #6, London, ON, Canada N6A 1T4, 519/672- 8541
Cheryl Diane Rost, Kappa Phi, 3410 Rosedale Apt 6, Montreal, QU, Canada H4B 2G6,514/487-9020
Wendy Sue Hoke, Gamma Beta, 94 Slate Creek Dr #2, Cheektowaga, NY .14225,716/656-9864
Eleanor Brown Hickein, (Fred), Sigma Chi, 9 Pine Street, Oneonta, NY, 13820,607/432-6596
Maura Therese Clancy, Theta Pi, 372 7th St, Brooklyn, NY, 11215,718/768-3530
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Montreal Alumnae Chapter, Louise Meldrum, (Terrance), Kappa Phi, 727 Millington St., Greenfield Park, QU, J4V 1R6,514/671-6742. RD Story
New York/New Jersey Metro Alumnae Chapter, Elizabeth Malloy, theta Pi, 150 Lamport Blvd Apt la, Staten Island, NY , 10305. RD Story
Ottawa Alumnae Chapter, Mary Jacobsen, (Al), Beta Tau, 27 Burndale Road, Gloucester, ON, Canada K1B 3Y4,613/837-3361. RD Story
Rochester Alumnae Chapter, Susan Feasey, (Raymond), Alpha Tau, 29 Parker Dr., Pittsford, NY , 14534,716/586-2071 RD Story
Corporation President & Name of RD
Irene Efston, Beta Tau, 104 Lawrence Ave. East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4N 1S7, 416/482-0574 (H) 416/360-6464(0). RD Zollendeck
Marie Howard Brown (Fay), Psi, 302 Westhohn Blvd Syracuse,NY 13219,315/468-6380,RDDawson
Margie Lamar, Chi Delta, 16 Dartmouth St., Winchester, MA 01890 617/729-1517. RD LaFlamme
No Corporation President Listed. RD Dawson.
No Corporation President Listed. RD Hurtt,
Ann W eldon Blanke (Richard), Gamma, 26 Kenduskeag Ave., Bangor, ME 04401,207/942-2187, RD LaFlamme
Sherri Lynn Conley, Iota Chi, 137 Oxford Street East, Apt. #6, London, ON, Canada N6A 1T4, 519/672- 8541. RD Dawson
Sandra H. Keymer (Ian Temple), Kappa Phi, 46 Chartres, Dollard Des Ormeau, PQ, Canada H9A 1J5 514/421-0804. RD LaFlamme
Robin Brodnicki Merrill, Kappa Phi, 76 Sunrise Blvd., Amherst, NY 14221, 716/626-9038. RD Zollendeck
Susan Linney Mackay (Arthur), Sigma Chi, Rt. 2, 486B, Oneonta, NY 13820, 607/432-8766. RD Zollendeck
Nancy A. Cochrane, Theta Pi, 327 Maitland Ave., Teaneck, NJ 07666, 201/837-6519(H), 201/698-7303 (0).RDHurtt
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
South Jersey Alumnae Chapter, Carol McLoughlin. (John), Epsilon Alpha, 705 Pomona Ave., Haddonfield, NJ, 08033,609/547-5030. RD Story
Southern Connecticut Alumnae Chapter, Linda McLaughlin, (George), Alpha theta, 33 Toquam Rd, New Canaan, CT, 06840,203/966-0766. RD Story
Toronto Alumnae Chapter, Lydia Charalambakis, Beta Tau, 42 Lambeth Square, Scarborough, ON, Canada M1W 3B4. RD Story
Kappa Phi, Mcgill University, Jodi Engel, Lome Avenue, Montreal, QU, Canada H2X 2A4
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Nu Delta, Canisius College, Jennifer Donn, Student Act. Bldg., Canisius, 2001 Main Street, Buffalo, NY, 14208,716/888-2627
Sigma Chi, Hartwick College, Pamela Gibbs, 17 Maple Street, Oneonta, NY, 13820, 607/432^271
Theta Pi, Wagner College, Isma Mason, 631 Howard Avenue, Harborview Hall #822, Staten Island, NY, 10301,718/390-3472
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Boston Alumnae Chapter, Jodi Harger, (Michael), Phi Upsilon, 16 Santa Fe Rd, Chelmsford, MA, 01824,508/250-9186 RD Story
Buffalo Alumnae Chapter, Judy Stoetzel, Nu Delta, 86 South Irwinwood Rd., Lancaster, NY 14086,716/681- 1227. RD Story.
Greater Portland Alumnae, Pearl Sciaraffa, Gamma, 45 Val Halla Rd., Cumberland Center, ME, 04021, 207/829-6559. RD Story
Long Island Alumnae Chapter, Singhild Larson, Theta Pi, One Blossom Row, Valley Stream, NY , 11580, 516/825-4890. RD Story
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REGION n
Vice President: Margaret Wells Zywicki (Joseph) Phi Beta, 1224 Saddle Dr., Nazareth, PA 18064,215/746-3471 (H) 908/454-3400 (O).
Public Relations Officer: Nancy Baier Gilbert (James) Epsilon Alpha, RR #2, Box 689, Jersey Shore, PA 17740,717/745-7505 (H).
Finance Officer: Carta Ann Caimi, Gamma Beta, 4500 S. Four Mile Run Dr., #613, Arlington, VA 22204,703/578-3258 (H) 202/287-0770 (O). Rush Officer: Karen Frances Semper, Delta Upsilon, 1862 Loch Shell Road, Baltimore, MD 21234,301/668-5458 (H) 301/347-9880 (O). Directors:
Melissa Arm Courson, Beta Phi, 7650 McCallum, A p t 1704, Dallas, I X 75252,214/248-8328 (H) 214/456-5269 (O). Laura Ann Buchtel, Zeta, 39 E. Windsor, Alexandria, VA 22301,703/684-6237 (H) 202/626-5619 (O).
Peggy Hernicz Kilmer, Beta Phi, 8518 Greenspring Ct, Ellicott City, MD 21043,301/750-8923 (H).
Karen Lynne Weigel, Gamma Beta, 131 Huntley Dr., Hanisburg, PA 17112,717/657-9809 (H) 717/737-4810 (O). Catherine Connelly Wieand (Jeffrey), Lambda Upsilon, 1538 Norm Valley Road, Pottstown, PA 19464,215/970-0385 (H). Kimberly Carson McGowan, Phi Beta, 9 Mill Creek Lane, Malvern, PA 19355,215/647-0667 (H) 215/647-6644 (O).
Susan Boley Sterkenburg, Sigma Rho, 31B Murray Court, Pittsburgh, PA 15239,412/327-1201 (H) 412/661-7340 (O).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Beta Delta, Villanova University, Leah Gardinier, Villanova U. 214 Dougherty Hall, Villanova, PA 19085,215/525-9524
Delta Chi, University of Delaware, Kim Wheatley, 155 S. Chapel Street, Newark, DE, 19711, 302/737-2989
Epsilon Alpha, Pennsylvania StateUniversity, Clare Yeakel, Epsilon Alpha Chapter Of AOII, 15-S Hiester HalL University Park, PA, 16802,814/862-8082
Gamma Beta, Indiana U . of Pennsylvania, Michele Zellner, Indiana U . of Pennsylvania, P.O. Box 1749, Indiana, PA, 15705.
Lambda Upsilon, Lehigh University, Stacey Weisman, Box F-41, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, 18015,215/758-2564
Phi Beta, East Stroudsburg State U., Vonda Cooke, East Stroudsburg State U., University Center Box #48, East Stroudsburg, PA, 18301
Pi Delta, University of Maryland, Brenda Larson, 4517 College Avenue, College Park, MD, 20740, 301/927-9871
Sigma Alpha, West Virginia University, Monica Pastucha, 299 Prospect Street, Morgantown, W V , 26505,304/291-1433
Sigma Rho, Slippery Rock University, Michelle FeHcetti, Greek Affairs - Univ. Union, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA, 16057,412/794-5930
Sigma Tau, Washington College, Jennifer Sponseller, Washington College, Chestertown, MD,21620, 301/778-9884
Tau Lambda, Shippensburg University, Michelle Voitelle, AOII, Shippensburg Univ., Cumberland Union Building, Shippensburg, PA, 17257, 717/530- 5909
Theta Beta, Towson State University, Melissa Huber, Towson State University, P.O. Box 1955, Towson, MD, 21204
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Baltimore Alumnae Chapter, Phyllis Aguilar, Gamma Beta, 25 Blondell Ct., Lutherville, M D , 21093, 301/252-2215. RD McGowan
Greater Allentown/Bethlehem Alumnae Chapter, JoAnn Knerr, Phi Beta, 2906 Klein St., Allentown, PA, 18103,215/791-4651. RD McGowan
Greater Harrisburg Alumnae Chapter, Rosamond Bratton, (Henry), Epsilon Alpha, 3235 BrookfieldRd, Harrisburg, PA, 17109,717/652-3871. RD McGowan.
Chapter Adviser
Sarah Jean Wagaman, Sigma Tau, 2507 Mt.Carmel Ave., Glendside, PA 19038 215/887-6235 (H) 215/464-7100(0)
No Adviser Listed
Patricia Rine Antolosky, (Paul), Epsilon Alpha, 1260 Fairview Dr., Bellefonte, PA, 16823,814/355-2776 ,'
Barbara B. Gilbert, Epsilon Alpha, 1120 Foxhill Drive, MonroevuTe, PA.15146,412/856-7172
Catherine Connelly Wieand, (Jeffrey), Gamma Beta, 1538 North Valley Road, Pottstown, PA, 19464, 215/9700385
Kimberly Mazenko Kenney, Phi Beta, 1045 N . West End Blvd., Box 162, Quakertown, PA, 18951, 215/538-0699
Kellie Foster Schindel, (Rick), Pi Delta, 20809 Burnt Woods Drive, Germantown, MD, 20874, 301/972- 1493
Beth McCloy McCusky, Sigma Alpha, 421 Cedar Street,Morgantown,WV, 26505.304/291-3939
Constance Ann Laughner, Sigma Rho, 136 Mar-Vel Drive, Butler, PA, 16001,412/282-8927
Lex Fry(Robert),Rt.2,753B,Chestertown,MD 21620,301/778-4576.
Deborah Allen Fay, Tail Lambda, 2601 Market, Apt. 1, Camp Hill, PA, 17011,717/731-9117
Melis Erlbeck Edel, (Charles), Pi Delta, 6 Linden Terrace, Towson, MD, 21204,301/823-3856
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter, Tracy Bowes, (Jim), Sigma Rho, POB 643, Kimberton, PA, 19442, 215/935-7275. R D McGowan
Pittsburgh Alumnae Chapter, Beverly Round, Gamma Beta, 526 Tally Drive, Pittsburgh, PA, 15237, 412/366-3167. RD McGowan .
State College Alumnae Chapter, Jean Lundy, Epsilon Alpha, 1937 Fairwood Lane, State College, PA, 16803,814/238-5282. RD Story
Corporation President & Name of RD
Wendy Arm Kunzman, Beta Delta, 3208 Hayes Rd., Norristown, PA 19403 215/464-7100 (O) 215/584- 5189 (H).RD Wieand.
c/o Bob Reedy, 2618 Baxter Dr. Wilmington, DE 19808,302/998-1360. RD Kilmer
Susan B . Springer (Patrick), Gamma Omicron, 815 Galen Dr., State College, PA 16803, 814/234-0951. RD Courson
Melanie Ann Nestor, Gamma Beta, 124 Coal St., Dillon Crest, Lemont Furnace, PA 15456, 412/437- 7495. R D Sterkenburg
No Corporation President Listed. RD Wieand.
Karen Angerman Muller (Ken), Phi Beta, c/o Shari Regina, 1425 Neshaminy Valley Dr., Bensalem, PA 19020,215/741-5873. RD Weigel
Robbye Wilson Fox (Gregory) Pi Delta, 2116 Rose Theatre Cr., Olney, Md 20832, 301/774-1485. RD Kilmer
Linda Ceccarelli Trent (Michael), Chi Pi, 1821 MarthaAve.,Fairmont,WV26554,304/367-0584. RD Buchtel
LuAnne McCullough, Sigma Rho, RD#1, Rural Valley, PA 16249, 412/783-7531 (H) 545-2036 (6). RD Courson
Alexandra (Sandy) Reeder, Sigma Tau, 708 Camberley Cr., Apt. B-3, Baltimore, M D 21204, 301/296-7713. RD Stefkehburg
Lois Kober Klotz (Harold), Chi, 506 Shannon Lane, State College, P A 16803,814/238-1274. R D Buchtel
Carmel Gabriele Kaiser (Martin), Psi, 115 Bosley Ave., Cockeysville, M D 21030, 301/666-7756 (H) 5744950 (0).RD Weigel
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Washington DC Alumnae Chapter, Nancye DiPaolo, Kappa Omicron, 10813 Deborah Drive, Potomac, MD, 20854,301/299-9108.RDMcGowan
Wilmington Alumnae Chapter, Judith Upshure, Delta Chi, 1 W . 9th Street, New Castle, DE, 19720, 302/328-3707. RD McGowan
York County Alumnae Colony, Laurie Slenker, Gamma Beta, 1333 Mt Rose Avenue, York, PA, 17403,717/845-2921. RD McGowan
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Vice President: Margaret Williamson Earls (Gary) Zeta Psi, Rte. 1 Box 80, Catlett, VA 22019,703/788-9051 (H) 703/494-1001 (O).
Public Relations Officer Patricia Cowley Hardy (James) Gamma Sigma, 176 Mountain Brook Ct., Marietta, GA 30064,404/428-2511 (H) 404/424-1984 (O). Finance Officer: Sara Becker Holtz (Harold) Nu Beta, 245 S. Church St., Athens, GA 30605,404/548-5709 (H).
Rush Officer: Mary Vaughan Stark (Norman) Delta Delta, 1505 Northcliff Trace, Roswell, GA 30076,404/998-6659 (H).
Directors:
Patricia Briiey Barnes, Zeta Psi, 403 Williamsburg Rd., Washington, NC 27889,919/946-7532 (H) 919/946-6871 (O).
Barbara Card Lansford (Robert), Alpha Pi, 6 Linden Dr., Savannah, GA 31405, 912/352-0220 (H) 912/925-8800 (O).
Under Bearden Snider (Ed) Lambda Chi, 107 Kildore Ct., La Grange, GA 30240,404/882-5198 (H) 404/845-0747 (O).
Ann Michelle Conlon, Gamma Alpha, 5523 Cabat Lake Ct., Fairfax, VA 22032,703/978-5615 (H) 301/984-6732 (O).
Kathryn Hume Am, Theta Pi, 936 Stockbridge Dr., Virginia Bch., VA 23464,804/495-0096 (H) 804/473-5170 (O).
Suzanne Inabnit Bowman (Bill) Delta Upsilon, 102 Shadowood Dr #H, Chapel Hill, NC 27514,919/942-8208 (H).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Alpha Lambda, Georgia Southern College, Connie Douberly, Georgia Southern College, Landrum Box 12295, Statesboro, GA, 30460
Chi Beta, University of Virginia, Lori Cwalina, 518 17th Street, NW,Charlottesville,VA,22903, 804/979-3594
Delta Upsilon, Duke University, Melissa Bott, Duke University, Box 5225 Duke Station, Durham, NC, 27706
Epsilon Chi, Elon College, Pamela Ward, P.O. Box 846, Elon College, NC, 27244,919/538-3849
Gamma Alpha, George Mason University, Mamie Vanderpool, Student Government, 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, VA, 22030,703/385-6951
Gamma Sigma, Georgia State University, Kelley Reynolds, Georgia State University, University Plaza, Box 1897, Atlanta, GA, 30303,404/659-1743
Lambda Chi, LaGrange College, Amy Price, Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity, LaGrange College, Box 680, LaGrange, GA, 30240,404/883-1499
Lambda Sigma, University of Georgia, Marya Towson, 1190 S. Milledge Avenue, Athens, GA, 30609,404/548-3366
Rho Beta, Virginia Commonwealth Univ., Johanna Newbury, Student Organizational Area, 907 Floyd Ave., Box 66, Richmond, VA, 23220, 804/358-0651
Zeta Psi, East Carolina University, Meredith Grogan, 805 Johnston Street, Greenville,NC, 27834,919A757-0769
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Athens Alumnae Chapter, Laura Richardson, Lambda Sigma, 340 West Lake Drive, Athens,GA, 30606,404/546-8488. RD A m
Atlanta Alumnae Chapter, June Hodge, (Harold), Sigma, 6035 Carlisle Lane, Alpharetta, GA, 30202, 404/664-9605 RD Am
Augusta Alumnae Chapter, Patricia Holzschuh, Lambda Sigma, 346 Joshua Tree Dr, Martinez, GA, 30907,803/860-8674. RD Am
Charlotte Alumnae Chapter, Janet Billings, Kappa Kappa, 890 Ridgewood Dr #204C, Plainfield, IN, 46168, RD Am.
Chapter Adviser
Michelle Welch Barton, (John), Omicron, 8 Wimbledon Ct., Statesboro, GA, 30458, 912/489- 8901
Jane Crawford Franklin, (Ronald), Phi Kappa, 6 WattsCircle,Palmyra,VA, 22963, 804/589-2460
Susan Reid Mattern, (William), Chi Delta, 204 Lake Ct., Chapel Hill, NC, 27516,919/942-4308
Lisa Ann Kula, Epsilon Chi, P O Box 212, Elon College, NC, 27244,919/227-1361
Judie Straubel Schuler, (Greg), Gamma Alpha, 12200 Fairfax Station Rd, Fairfax Station, V A , 22039,703/830-9516
Lisa Ann Williams, Beta Phi, 201 Aberdeen Parkway, Peachtree, GA, 30269,404/933-9173
Denise Roberts Wilson, (Mike), Lambda Chi, 310 Lane Circle, La Grange, GA, 30240,404/883-7454
Pamela VanVoorhees Thomas, (Bob), P O Box 280, Colbert, GA, 30628,404/788-3771
Susan Turner Stringfield, (Keith), Tau Omicron, 7805 Breaker Point Ct, Chesterfield, V A , 23832, 804/739-3640
Amanda Brewer, Zeta Psi, 36-C Arlington Square Apts., 1149 Mulberry Lane, Greenville,NC, 27858
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Charlottesville Area Alumnae Colony, Jamie
Corporation President & Name of RD
Sharon Nash Pratt (George), Gamma Sigma, 238 Donaldson St., Statesboro, GA 30458, 912/764-7326 (H) 912/489-8834 (O). RD Snider
Shirley Stilwell Sale (Dandridge), Pi Delta, 365 PiedmontSt.,Orange,VA22960,703/672-4732.RD Conlon
Barbara Grant Schliebe (Eric), Pi Kappa, 140 Stateside Dr., Chapel Hill, NC 27514,919/967-3070. RD Barnes
Betty Howell Gay (Robert), Tau Delta, 1606 Forest Valley Rd., Greensboro, NC 27410, 919/288-5960. RD Barnes
Nancy Carr Garrett (Ray), Delta Delta, 5804 Canvasback Rd., Burke, V A 22015, 703/323-6535 (H), 2504791 (O). RD Conlon
Grace Lawrence Avant, Gamma Sigma, 3096-B Spring Hill Rd., Smyrna, GA 30080, 404/435-6045. RD Snider
Carol Ruth Armstrong, Lambda Chi, 811 Regency Woods Dr., Atlanta, GA 30319, 404/636-2832 (H) 404/529-2157 (O). RD Lansford
Christy Lee Dobbin Chambers (Jonathan), Iota Sigma, 105 Spalding Cr., Athens, GA ,30605, 404/546-8207. RD Lansford
Courtney Lynne Mays, Rho Beta, 1801 Norris Lane, Richmond, V A 23226, 804/353-5378 (H) 804/27i- 6005 (O). RD Bowman
Cheryl Stephenson, Zeta Psi, 102 Prince Rd., Greenville,NC27858,919/752r5602.RDBowman
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Piedmont Alumnae Chapter, Beverley Gass, Omicron, 2104 Rolling Rd, Greensboro, NC, 27403, 919/379-0252, RD Am.
Richmond Alumnae Chapter, Susan Stringfield, (Keith), Tau Omicron, 7805 Breaker Point Ct, Chesterfield, VA, 23832, 804/739-3640. RD A m
Triangle Alumnae Chapter, Catherine Rockermann, (Brian), Delta Upsilon, 1604 Lake Park Drive, Raleigh, NC, 27612, 919/848-2475. RD Am
Virginia Tidewater Alumnae Chapter, Mary Gentry, Zeta Psi, 772 Biltmore Dr., Virginia Beach,VA, 23454,804/340-6252. RD A m
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Dubbs, Phi Beta, Charlottesville, VA, Am
2609 Kimbrough Cir., 22901, 804/295-7080. RD
LaGrange Area Alumnae Colony, Melanie Erwin, (Scott), Lambda Chi, 108 Greenbriar Tr., La Grange, GA, 30240,404/884-7553. RD Am
Middle Georgia Alumnae Colony, Etta Sheffield, (Donald), Nu Omicron, 305 Wesley Cir., Macon, GA, 31204, 912/746-3064. RD Am
Northern Virginia Alumnae Chapter, Patty Henry, (Michael), Gamma Alpha, 6916 Harrison Lane, Alexandria, VA, 22306,703/765-0747. RD A m


REGION IV
Vice President: Ann McClanahan Gilchrist (Keith) Theta, 5613 Skyridge Dr., tadianapolis, IN 46250,317/849-6142 (H) 317/924-4265 (O). Public Relations Officer: Rebecca Braatz Bair, theta Psi, 10404 Howell Drive, Newark, OH 43055,614/344-7850 (H).
Finance Officer: Barbara Dunn Zipperian, Kappa Kappa, 8802 Skippers Way, Indianapolis, IN 46256,317/842-9045 (H) 317/266-6791 (O). Rush Officer: Patricia Curran-Dengler (Fred) Omega, 4018 Benjamin Su, Cincinnati, OH 45245,513/753-0860 (H) 513/752-8520 (O). Directors:
Sandra Lynae Bums, Kappa Pi, 1185 Norwood Dr., Kent, OH 44240,216/673-9437 (H) 216/673-9511 (O). LisaDarlene Vance, Omega, 3730 Maple Park Ave #1, Ohcinnan, OH 45209,513/631-3284 (H) 513/784-7100 (O). Joanne Nelson Nowak (Edmund) Beta Gamma, 17288 Tremlett, Fraser, MI 48026,313/791-3914 (H).
Michaela Arm Roloff, Zeta, 3230-B Middlesex Dr, Toledo, OH 43606,419/537-9227 (H).
Renee Pugh Smith (Edward) Phi Upsilon, 3205 Hensel Dr., Carrael, IN 46032,317/846-6246 (H) 317/872-8113 (O). Louanne Watson, Phi Upsilon, 206 Westview Or.. W. Lafayette, IN 47906,317/463-4692 (H) 317/474-3434 (O). Rebecca Shipley Ziga, Delta Pi, 2613 W. Queensbury R i , Muncie, IN 47304,317/282-7626 (H) 317/747-6420 (O). Kara Gathmann Van Scoy, Omicron Pi, 35914 Ann Arbor Trail, Livonia, MI 48150,313/522-8581 (H).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Alpha Psi, Bowling Green State University, Ashley Matthews, Alpha Omicron Pi, Bowling Green State University, Bbwling Green, O H , 43402, 419/372- 2840
Beta Gamma, Michigan State University, Cynthia Meagher, 445 Abbott Road, East Lansing, ML 48823, 517/336-0601
Beta Phi, Indiana University, Amy Small, 901 E. 10th Street, Bloomington, IN, 47401,812/332-7296
Chi Lambda, University of Evansville, Melissa Kavanaugh, Moore Hall, P.O. Box 2657, Evansville, IN, 47728, 812/477-6838
Kappa Alpha, Indiana State University, Kelly Hervey, Indiana State University, Box 156 Lincoln Quad, Terre Haute, IN, 47809,812/237-6932
Kappa Kappa, Ball State University, Brydgett Stwaika, Ball State University, P.O. Box 219, Student Center, Muncie, IN, 47304,317/285-7953
Kappa Pi, Ohio Northern University, Lori Miller, 116 W. Highland, Ada, OH, 45810,419/634-9235
Kappa Rho, Western Michigan University, Kristin Murphy, 704 South Park Street, Kalamazoo, MI, 49007,616/345-2571
Lambda Eta, Grand Valley State University, Laura LaVoie, P.O. Box 193, Allendale, MI, 49401, 616/895-9537
Omega, Miami University, Kristme Lewis, Miami University, 180-C Richard Hall, Box 221, Oxford, OH, 45056,513/529-7389
Omega Upsilon, Ohio University, Karen Rosenblum, 24 E. Washington, Athens, OH, 45701,614/593-6095
Omicron Pi, University of Michigan, Deborah Ardussi, 800 Oxford, Arm Arbor, MI, 48104, 313/994-5572
Phi Upsilon, Purdue University, Cheryl Rudolph, 1001 David Ross Road, West Lafayette, IN, 47906, 317/463-9566
Theta, DePauw University, Dawn Van De Keere, 225 S. Bloomington Street, Greencastle, I N , 46135, 317/658-5035
Theta Psi, University of Toledo, Trade Gaia, 2999 W . Bancroft F-l, Toledo, OH, 43606,419/537-3261
Chapter Adviser
Gina Marie Bucci, Theta Psi, 2560 Key Street, A p t #3Z, Toledo, OH, 43614,419/381-1393
Margaret Scheiler Stephenson, (Robert), Alpha Gamma, 3210 Meech Rd, Williamston, MI, 48895, 517/655-4169
Beverly Cade Ernest, Beta Phi, 498 Ridge Rd., Greenwood, IN, 46142, 317/888-8916
Lisa Henry Tnilove, Chi Lambda, 628 S. Norman Avenue, Evansville, IN, 47714,812/474-0305
Glenna Hammond Timmons, (Doug), Kappa Alpha, 408 S. 34m St., Terre Haute, IN, 47803,812/235-1656
Judith Melvin Thomburg, (Larry), Theta, 2804 W . Purdue Rd, Muncie, IN, 47304,317/284-3277
Julie Lynn Bianchi,, Kappa Pi, 613 Pleasantview, Ada, OH, 45810,419/634-9965
Annette Martz Daniel, (Mark), Kappa Rho, 2129 Ridgefield Rd, Partage, MI, 49002,616/329-1182
Suzanne Conser Carpenter, Zeta, 1342 Fisk SE, Grand Rapids, ML 49506,616/245-1835
Georganne Stoming Smith, Kappa Kappa, P O Box 95,Brookvffle,IN, 47012,317/647-4786
Amy Suzanne Greene, Omega Upsilon, 7512 Radford, Athens, OH, 45701,614/594-8484
Nancy Jach Aupperle, (Eric), Omicron Pi, 3606 Oiarham Way, Ann Arbor, ML 48105,313/665-8043
Sharon Watson Hammel, (James), Kappa Kappa, 1614 Stanforth Avenue, Lafayette, IN,47905, 317/474-8735
Audrey Thomas Pelham, (Howard), Theta, 4740 E 71st St, Indianapolis, IN, 46220,317/849-1853
Beverly Hatcher Kirby, (Robert), Theta Psi, 3459 Cheltenham, Apt.#10, Toledo, OH, 43606, 419/474-6444 (H) 419/243-2200 (O).
Corporation President & Name of RD
Janet Conway (Kenneth), Alpha Tau, 2285 New State Rd., North, Norwalk, O H 44857, 419/668-5286. R D Van Scoy
Renate Spackman Smits "(Brian), Omicron Pi, 19344 West Harbour Village Dr., Northville, MI 48167, 313/380-6315 (H) 313/350-7301 (O). RD Nowak
Virginia Batchelor, Nu Omicron, 2610 Windermere W oods, Bloomington, I N 47401, 812/332-4322. R D Smith
Kathy Bartelt (William) Chi Lambda, 418 Darby Hills Dr., Newburgh, IN 47630,812/853-6136. RD Ziga
Glenna Hammond Timmons (Doug), Kappa Alpha, 408 S. 34th St., Terre Haute, IN 47803,812/235-1656. RD Watson
Barbara Johnson Ottinger (Larry), Kappa Kappa, 509 S. Rambler Rd., Muncie, IN 47304,317/289-4080 (H) 317/285-5227 (O). RD Watson.
Susan Arnold Targove (James) Kappa Delta, 828 Hyde Park Dr., Dayton, OH 45429,513/436-2561 (H) 513/294-5331 (0).RD Burns
Cheryl Whitman Tenbrink (Burton), Kappa Rho, 704 Lynn Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49008,616/382-50IZ R D Van Scoy
Gwendolyn Hooper Combs (Larry), Kappa Rho, 8725 Conservation NE, Ada, MI 49301, 616/676-9104. RD Nowak
Fred Dengler, 4018 Benjamin St., Cincinnati, OH 45245,513/753-0860. R D V ance
Mary Kay Eastman, Tau, 6379 Gura Rd., Athens, OH 45701,614/593-3945. RDV ance
Lisa Ann Aupperle, Omicron Pi, 24766 Roosevelt Ct„ Apt. #381, Farmington Hills, MI 48335, 313/474- 6854. RD Roloff
Marilyn Stouse Redmon (Thomas), Kappa Kappa, 1709 Carlsbad, West Lafayette, IN 47905, 317/447- 2984. RD Smith
Janet Casey-Allen (Larry), Theta, P.O. Box 20337, Indianapolis, I N 46220, 317/253-1147 (H) 353-7491 (0).RD Roloff
Cynthia Ann Skaff, Theta Psi, 2674 Drummond, Toledo, OH 43606,419/535-7092. RD Bums
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Ann Arbor Alumnae Chapter, Lisa Aupperle, Omicron Pi, 24766 Roosevelt Ct #381, Farmington Hills, ML 48331,313/474-6854 RD Roloff
Bloomington Alumnae Chapter, Ellen Pettay, Phi Omicron, 518 Colony C t , Bloomington, IN, 47408, 812/334-0870 (H) 812/855-5408 (0). RD Smith
Cincinnati Alumnae Chapter, Nancy Fasold Barbian, (James), Phi Omicron, 9749 Timber Oak Tr., Cincinnati, O H , 45241, 513/777-3026 (H) 513/489- 0405 (0).RD Vance
Cleveland Area Alumnae Chapter, Beth Barry, Delta Upsilon, 3755 Greenwood Dr., Cleveland, OH, 44124,216/932-2621. RD Burns
Columbus Alumnae Chapter, Charlene Brown Potter (Warren), Beta Gamma, 1468 Briarmeadow Dr., Worthington, OH 43235,614/888-0695. RD Vance
Dayton Alumnae Chapter, Susan Targove, (James), Kappa Delta, 828 Hyde Park Dr., Dayton, OH, 45429, 513/436-2561. RD V ance
REGION IV (Cont'd) Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Dearborn Alumnae Chapter, Robbie Peterson, (Carl), Kappa Rho, 45788 Drexel Rd, Canton, M L 48187, 313/455-5963. RD Nowak
Detroit North Suburban Alumnae, Sandra Tomlinson, (Eugene), Kappa Rho, 32820 Bassett Woods CL, Birmingham, MI, 48010,313/645-5994, R D Nowak
Evansville Tri-state Alumnae Chapter, Janet Baize, (James), Chi Lambda, 1200 Eskew Rd, Boonville, IN, 47601, 812/897-1023 (H) 812/423-3265 (O). RD Ziga
Farmington Hills Area Alumnae Colony, Marianne Borkosky, Omega, 28011 Briar Hill, Farmington Hills, MI 48336,313/474-7805. R D Nowak
Grand Rapids Alumnae Chapter, Kathleen Snyder (David), Kappa Kappa, 2265 Onekama, 5E, Grand Rapids, MI 49506,616/455-7039. RD Nowak
Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter, AnneWilmes, (Arthur), Chi Lambda, 7571Bramblewood Circle, Indianapolis, IN, 46254,317/291-7255. RD Watson
REGION V
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Kalamazoo Alumnae Chapter, Marilyn Brownell, (Peter), Kappa Rho, 10173 Woodlawn, Kalamazoo, MI, 49002,616/327-2061. RD Van Scoy
Lafayette Alumnae Chapter, Sharon Hammel, (James), Kappa Kappa, 1614 Stanforth Avenue, Lafayette, IN, 47905,317/474-8735. R D Smith
Macomb County Alumnae Chapter, Mary Lou Sloss, (David), Omicron Pi, 174 Moross, Grosse Point Farms, ML 48236,313/886-0748. RD Nowak
Muncie Alumnae Chapter, Patricia Goetz, (Richard), Iota, 105 E. Hickory Grove Rd., Hartford City, I N , 47348,317/348-4891. R D W atson
Terre Haute Alumnae Chapter, Jo Ann Gibbons, (Paul), Kappa Alpha, 1946 S 25th Street, Terre Haute, IN, 47802,812/877-2279. R D W atson
Toledo Alumnae Chapter, Carta Adoline, Theta Psi, 4435 Jackman Rd #61, Toledo, OH, 43612,419/478- 1066. RD Bums
Vice President: Kristi Fanner, Kappa Omega, 821 Euclid Ave, Lexington, KY 40502,606/266-5295 (H) 606/266-6241 (O).
Public Relations Officer: Mary Matarazzo Bryant (William) Delta Omega, 2113 Maryland Ave., Louisville, KY 40205,502/458-1202 (H) 502/459-1595 (O). Finance Officer: Melissa Watson Taylor (Larry) Chi Lambda, 1104 Teal Ridge Court, New Albany, IN 47150,812/945-6482 (H) 812/246-3391 (O).
Rush Officer: Mariellen Perkinson, Alpha Delta, 709 Brentwood PI., Nashville, TN 37211,615/333-5988 (H) 615/255-6694 (O).
Directors:
Mary Bell Sharp (Boyd) Omicron, 245 Peters Road SW, Knoxville, TN 37923,615/693-3579 (H).
Leslee Donnell Renner (Kenneth) Omicron, 5613 Fairhaven Drive, Nashville, TN 37211,615/331-4909 (H) 615/741-6055 (O).
Melissa Brandon Portera (Charles) Omicron, 1616 Seminole Drive #108, Johnson City, TN 37604,615/929-0667 (H).
Barbara Kirkeiner Winzurk (William) Beta Phi, 6515 W estminster R d , Knoxville, TN 37919,615/584-9040 (H).
Cassandra Elizabeth Davis, Tau Delta, 412 Hickory Lake Dr, Nashville, TN 37209,615/352-9523 (H) 615/367-8497 (O).
Lucie Logan McCreary (Stephen) Pi Alpha, 13305 Blackburn Station, Goshen, KY 40026,502/228-9644 (H) 502/774.7664 (O).
Carolyn Smith Diener (Thomas), Beta Lambda, 1824 Knollwood Rd, Louisville, KY 40207,502/893-8436 (H).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Alpha Beta Tau, Thomas More College, Annette Gramann, Thomas More College, Marian Hall, Room 14, Crestview Hills, KY, 41017,606/344-3438
Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky University, Amy Douglas, 1566 Normal Drive, Bowling Green, KY, 42101,502/842-6235
Delta Omega, Murray State University, Sarah Blankenship, 603 North 16th Street, Murray, K Y . 42071,502/759-1657
Epsilon Omega, Eastern Kentucky University, Allison Allgier, Eastern Kentucky University, Box 128, Powell Building, Richmond, KY, 40475
Kappa Omega, University of Kentucky, Leslie Everitt, 368 Rose Street, AOII House, Lexington, KY, 40508, 606/258-2273
Kappa Omicron, Rhodes College, Sharon Bridger, 2000 N . Parkway, Memphis, TN, 38112, 901/458- 5669
Nu Omicron, Vanderbilt University, Jeanette Jones, 2415 Kensington Place, Nashville,TN, 37212, 615/329-3760
Omega Omicron, Lambuth College, Denise Lippy, Omega Omicron Chapter of AOII, P.O. Box 3086, Jackson, TN, 38303,901/423-8993.
Chapter Adviser
Elizabeth Ann Arlinghaus, Alpha Beta Tau, 1 Oxford Drive,Ft Mitchell,KY,41017.606/331-6518
Karen Fiddelke Towell, (David), Alpha Chi, 1551 Chestnut St., Bowling Green, K Y , 42101, 502/843-1231
Lee Ann Rayburn, Delta Omega, 1319 1/2 Olive Blvd., Murray, KY 42071,502/753-3127.
Mary Evans Dewey, (Donald), Bete Phi, 316 S. Third St., Richmond, KY, 40475,606/623-8277
Tonya Rene Harig, Kappa Omega, 4252 Palemetto Dr, Lexington, KY, 40513,606/223-2755
Lisa Martine Brown, Nu Beta, 6930 Red Oak Circle #2, Memphis, TN, 38115,901/363-7012
Dottie Whelen Leek, (Thomas), Omicron, 6338 Johnsons Chapel Rd., Brentwood, T N , 37027, 615/373-5701
Mary Coles Hardee, (David), Tau Omicron, 10 Fairfield PI., Jackson, TN, 38305,901/668-4626
Corporation President & Name of RD
Angela D. Schieman, Alpha Chi, 616 St Joseph Lane #2, Park Hills, KY41011, 606/431-8454. RD McCreary
Elizabeth Smith Wilkins (James), Alpha Chi, 1106 Nahm Dr., Bowling Green, KY 42101,502/782-9525. RD Portera
Carmen Garland, Delta Omega, Rt. 7, Box 886, Murray, KY 42071, 502/753-0810 (H) 502/762-2896 (0).RD Diener
Nancy Nichols Thames (W.R.), Delta Delta, 142 Allen Douglas Dr., Richmond, K Y 40475, 606/623- 9545. RD Winzurk
Tamela Thompson Lewis (Jim), Omega Chi, 2025 Memphis Ct., Lexington, K Y 40505, 606/293-6553 (O) 266-5295 (H).RD Sharp
Kimberly Bledsoe Hall (Emmett), Kappa Omicron, 1766 Carf Ave., Memphis, T N 38104, 901/276-4907. RD Sharp
Cynthia Wilson Oliva (John), Omicron, 404 Post Creek Rd., Nashville, TN 37221, 615/646-2124. RD Sharp
Christy Rauchle Little (Steve), Omega Omicron, 200 E. Main St, Jackson, TN 38301, 901/668-5885. RD Davis
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Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Omicron, University of Tennessee, Amy Fischer, 1531 W . Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville, TN, 37916, 615/525-3752
Pi Alpha, University of Louisville, Danielle Kirkbride, AOII, University of Louisville, Student Activity Center, Louisville, KY 40292,502/635-3773
Rho Omicron, Middle Tennessee State Univ., Kathy Harrigan, Middle Tennessee State Univ., P.O. Box 613.Murfreesboro,TN, 37129,615/898-3563
Tau Omega, Transylvania University, Dawn Flamm, Transylvania University, Forrer Hall, 300 N. Broadway, Lexington, KY, 40508,606/233-8357
Tau Omicron, U. of Tennessee - Martin, Kristy Hawkins, U. of Tennessee - Martin, Box 126, Martin, TN, 38238,901/587-6817
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Bowling Green Alumnae Chapter, Shanan Mills, (Edgar), Delta Omega, 1908 Nashville Rd., Bowling Green, KY, 42101,502/782-9903. RD Rentier
Dyersburg Alumnae Colony, Amy Heckethorn, Omicron, 519 Parkview W, Dyersburg, TN, 38024, 901/285-7410. RD Rentier
Hopkinsville Alumnae Chapter, Sandy Bruce Power (Jeff), Alpha Chi, P.O. Box 332, Elkton, K Y 42220, 502/265-9047. RD Renne
Jackson Alumnae Chapter, Cyndy Kirk, (Scott), Omega Omicron, 90 Carlisle,Jackson, TN,38301, 901/664-9429. RDRenner
REGION V (Cont'd) Chapter Adviser
Suzanne McMillan Ott, (Richard), Omicron, 5412 Yosemite Tr., Knoxville, TN, 37919,615/588-8111
Nancy Ann Schoenbachler, Kappa Omega, 1836 Deer Park, Louisville, KY 40205,502/459-3962
Judy Denise Byms, Rho Omicron, 1606 N Tennessee Blvd, Apt. J-153, Murfreesboro, TN, 37130, 615/896-8856
Pamela Edwards, Alpha Chi, 173 Broadway, V ersailles, KY , 40383,606/873-7083
Sandra Turner Belote, Tau Omicron, 109 V an Cleave, Martin, TN, 38237,901/587-9054
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Kentuckiana Alumnae Chapter, Missy Taylor, (Larry), Chi Lambda, 1104 Teal Ridge Court, New Albany, IN, 47150,812/945-6482.RDRentier
Knoxville Alumnae Chapter, Rebekah Ragsdale, (Dennis), Omicron, 7341 Misty Meadow Place, Knoxville,TN, 37919,615/690-4204.RDRenner
Lexington Alumnae Chapter, Paillette Camuel, Kappa Omega* 636 Wichita Dr., Lexington, KY, 40503, 606/277-5972, RD Rentier
Memphis Alumnae Chapter, Jennifer Jenson, (Richard), Kappa Omicron, 1883 Rainbow Dr. N., Memphis,TM, 38107,901/276-9000.RDRenner
REGION VI
Corporation President & Name of RD
Virginia Johnson Tyler (William), Omicron, 525 Arrowhead Trail, Knoxville, T N 37919, 615/522- 5496.RDWinzurk
Linda Steder, 1005 Stivers, Rd., Louisville, K Y 40207,502/893-0703. RD Diener
Frances Woodfin Follis (Don), Omicron, 1907 Riverview Dr., Murfreesboro, T N 37129, 615/893- 3260. RDPortera
Paulette Ann Camuel, Kappa Omega, 636 Wichita Dr., Lexington, KY 40503, 606/277-5972. RD McCreary
Judy Broadstreet Barker (Wayne), Tau Omicron, P.O. Box 771, Union City, TN 38261, 901/885-8032. RD Davis
AlumnaeChapter, President&NameofRD
Murfreesboro Alumnae Chapter, Sheila Brooks, Rho Omicron, 530 Williamsburg Drive, Nashville, TN , 37214,615/391-5706. RD Rentier
Nashville Alumnae Chapter, Suzanne Kelso Logan, Omicron, 5647 Kendall Dr., Nashville, TN 37209, 615/356-6287 (H) 373-5565 (O). RD Renner
Northern Kentucky Alumnae, Melissa Ballard, Kappa Omega, 3648 Eastern Avenue #1, Cincinnati, OH, 45226, 513/871-0785.RDRenner
Williamson County Alumnae Col., Deborah Stillwell, (Thomas), Nu Omicron, 1760 Old Hfllsboro Rd., Franklin,TN,37064,615/790-6801.RDRenner
Vice President: Robin Wright (Joseph), Gamma Delta, P.O. Box 383, Shalimar, FL 32579,904/897-6621 (H) 904/651-7497 (O)
Public Relations Officer: Dolores White Rhodes (Douglas), Alpha Delta, 14979 Hwy. 69 North, Northport, AL 35476,205/339-7721 (H) 205/348-5522 (O). Finance Officer: Julie Annette Brining, Gamma Delta, 5851 Overlook Rd., Mobile, AL 36618,205/344-0649 (H) 205/432-9741 (O).
Rush Officer: Margaret Renneker Pyburn (Scott), Tau Delta, 1419 Melrose Place, Buroingharn, AL 35209,205/870-3543 (H) 800/284-4100 (O).
Directors:
Laura Brush Burcham, Alpha Kappa, 8641 9th CLS., Birmingham, AL 35206,205/833-6548 (H) 205/592-1850 (O).
Carole Jurenko Jones (George) Alpha Delta, 123 Southwood Dr., Madison, AL 35758,205/721-9656 (H) 205/5324526 (O).
Judi Foster Gnlledge dames) Gamma Delta, 102 Sintabouge Circle, Daphne, AL 36526,205/626-5355 (H) 205/438-4000 (O).
Katherine Kasch Doerr (David) Kappa Gamma, 1022 Palmer Street, Orlando, FL 32801,407/895-6006 (H) 407/824-4906 (O).
Antonia Flowers Morgan (David) Alpha Chi, 2228 Southpark Blvd. Huntsville, AL 35803,205/880-1544 (H) 205/895-6445 (O).
Jana Phillips Howell (Barry) Nu Beta, 124 Rockwood Drive, Madison, MS 39110,601/853-4006 (H) 601/349-1367 (O).
Laurie Arnold, Lambda Sigma,4302 Tacon St, Tampa, FL 33629,813/832-3483 (H) 813/239-1179 (O).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Alpha Delta, University of Alabama, Maureen Donlon, AOII House, P:O.Box 1948, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35486,205/348-8805
Delta Delta, Auburn University, Lori Hart, Auburn University, Dorm C, AOII Box, Auburn, AL, 36849, 205/844-2595
Delta Epsilon, Jacksonville State University, Shannon Stewart, Box 3012, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL, 36265
Gamma Delta, University of South Alabama, Laura Artabasy, Gamma Delta Chapter of AOH, P.O. Box U-l 178, Mobile, AL, 36688,205/3410073
Chapter Adviser
Pamela Cooney Brock, (John), Alpha Delta, 11727 Knollwood Rd, Northport, AL, 35476,205/339-4868
Patsy Faulk Vincent, (Don), Delta Delta, 3321 King Ave., Opelika, AL, 36801,205/749-2277
Kay Gomillion Jones, (Greg), Sigma Delta, 2 Sunset Pass, Anniston, AL, 36201,205/238-1975
Angela Phillips Ralph, (George), Alpha Kappa, 5454 Cross Creek Drive, Mobile, AL. 36693,205/666-0185
President & Name of RD
Lois L . Lewis (Rufus), Nu Beta, 5517 Woodberry
Lane, Tuscaloosa, A L 35405, 205/556-2207. RD Arnold
Patsy Faulk Vincent, Delta Delta, 3321 King Ave., Opelika, AL 36801,205/749-2277. R D Giwedge
Georgia Lunsford Emerson, Delta Delta, 32 Timothy Trace, Anniston, AL 36201,205/236-1418. RD Jones
Diane Brining Gano (Herman), Gamma Delta, 3580 Country Court North, Mobile, A L 36619, 205/633- 4141. RD Doerr
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Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Gamma Omicron, University of Florida, Tracy Smith, 819 W . Panhellenic Drive, Gainesville, FL, 32601, 904/373-4550
Gamma Theta, University of South Florida, Gina Warr, University of South Florida, Ctr 2377 - University Center, Tampa, FL 33620
Gamma Upsilon, St. Leo College, Tracy Busby, St. Leo College, P.O. Box 2346, St. Leo, FL, 33574
Kappa Gamma, Florida Southern College, Truitt Mach, Florida Southern College, Box 15218, Lakeland, FL, 33802
Nu Beta, University of Mississippi, Mary O'Ryan, University of Mississippi, P.O. Box 7987, University, MS, 38677,601/234-2718
Sigma Delta, Huntingdon College, Kimberly Keefer, Huntingdon College, 1500 E. Fairview Ave., Box 370, Montgomery, AL, 36194,205/265-4314
Tau Delta, Birmingham Southern College, Kitty Collier, Birmingham Southern College, Box A-56, Birmingham, AL, 35254
Zeta Pi, U. of Alabama - Birmingham, Cindy W ooten, 1704 Parkwood Drive, Birmingham, AL, 35215, 205/934-8399
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
RD - all Region VI Alumnae Chapters Howell
Birmingham Alumnae Chapter, Pamela Holtkamp, (Mark), Iota, 1456 Blenheim Place, Birmingham, AL, 35213,205/592-7846.
Boca Raton Alumnae Chapter, Sally Drea, (Harold), Sigma Lambda, 3030 Andrews PI., Boca Raton, 33434,407/994-0002.
Decatur Area Alumnae Chapter, Mary Louise Ogle, (Gregory), Alpha Kappa, 430 Jackson St. SE, Decatur, AL, 35601,205/350-2936..
Desoto County Alumnae Colony, Margaret Jefferson, (James), Nu Beta, 217 McLean Blvd North, Memphis,TN,38112,901/272-9351.
Fort Lauderdale Area Alumnae Chapter, Holly Moody, Nu Omicron, 5322 H NE 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 33334,305/772-9140.
Greater Jackson Area Alumnae Chapter, Mary Williams, Nu Beta, 1214 Greymont Ave,Jackson, MS, 39202,601/956-8448.
REGION VI (Cont'd) Chapter Adviser
Elizabeth McBryde W atson, N u Omicron, 1548 N W 18th Street, Gainesville, FL, 32605, 904/374-8436
Janette Breckenridge Tessmer, (Robert), Gamma Theta, 314 W Main Street, Inverness, F L , 32650, 904/726-0157
Elaine Ockajik McCraney, (Robert), Theta Psi, 6952 124th Terrace North, Largo, FL, 34643,813/536-9977
Reatha Flesse Omodio, (James), Phi Lambda, 241 Ash L a , Lakeland, FL, 33813,813/646-9170
Debra Dottley Brumitt (Woody), Nu Beta, 211 Eagle Springs Road, Oxford, MS, 38655,601/234-0898
Mary Fife Kyser, (George), Tau Delta, 3210 Cloverdale Rd, Montgomery, AL, 36106, 205/265- 1837
Mindy V an Matre McDonald, (Burton), Tau Delta, 222 W estcliffe Circle, Birmingham, A L , 35226, 205/822-6124
Margo Michelle Hays, Beta Phi, 1100 27th Street South, A p t #104, Birmingham, AL, 35203, 205/930- 0543
Ammnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Greater Pensacola Alumnae Chapter, Gene Akin Martin (Fred), Tau Delta, 730 Connell, Pensacola, FL 32503,904/433-1611.
Greater Pinellas Alumnae, Elizabeth Hawkes, (William), Lambda Sigma, 713 66th St., N.,St. Petersburg, FL, 33710,813/345-6294.
Huntsville Alumnae Chapter, Kitty Pettus, (Joseph), Nu Beta, 1101 Appalachee Dr., Huntsville, A L , 35801,205/883-0020.
Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter, Laura Freville, Omicron Pi, 847 Century 21 Drive, Jacksonville, FL, 32216,904/727-3916.
Mid-Delta Alumnae Colony, Margaret Kazan, Nu Beta, 1261 Wortham Dr., Greenville, MS, 38701, 601/335-7809.
Mobile Alumnae Chapter, Laura Wagner, Gamma Delta, 6760 HighmontDrive, Theodore, AL, 36582, 205/653-0618.
Corporation President & Name of RD
Judith B . Maltby (Joe), Gamma Omicron, 2000 Country Club Terrace, Palatka, FL 32177, 904/328- 1903. RD Morgan
Carol Jean Holman, Gamma Omicron, 1704 W . Woodberry Rd., Brandon, FL 33510, 813/988-7735 (H) 813/978-5457 (O). RD Doerr
Gay Knight Gentry (Elbert), Kappa Omicron, 3072 Keene Park Dr., Largo, FL 34641, 813/531-7540. RD Burcham
Barbara Clifford Keller (Bill) Kappa Gamma, 185 Elm Ave., Satellite Beach, FL 32937, 407/773-6271. RD Arnold
Vickie Wills Shaw (Robert), Nu Beta, 5417 N . Angela, Memphis, TN 38120. 901/683-9940. RD Guliedge
Cindy Simmons Wilson (Lane), Sigma Delta, 2626 Carlton Lane, Montgomery, AL 36106, 205/263-1442 (H) 205/240-5023 (O). RD Burcham
Lynn Spires, Tau Delta, 306 Glenwood E. Dr., Birmingham, AL 35209,205/870-1226. RD Morgan
Lori St. Clair, Zeta Pi, 3121 Hillside Ave., S. #1, Birmingham, AL 35205,205/251-1555. RD Jones
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Montgomery Alumnae Chapter, Mary Howell Foley, Gamma Delta, 524 Farmington Rd., Montgomery, AL, 36109,205/279-8778.
Orlando Area Alumnae Chapter, Marty Harrison, (Tommy), Lambda Sigma, 1231 Lake Piedmont Circle, Apopka, FL, 32703,407/886-1922
Palm Beach County Alumnae Chapter, Helen Zientek, (Chester), Kappa Gamma, 4125 Hickory Dr., Palm Beach Gardens, FL, 33418,407/624-2018
Sarasota Alumnae Chapter, Sharon Newberger, (Edward), Kappa Gamma, 1431 George Towne Dr, Sarasota,FL, 34232,813/371-4782.
Tampa Bay Area Alumnae Chapter, Valerie Whorton, (Bill), Kappa Gamma, 2510 Laurelwood Ln, Vatrico, FL 33594,813/684-0835.
Southeast Alabama Alumnae Chap, Twyla Brammell, (Gary), Omega Xi, 19 Diamond Circle, Ft Rucker, AL, 36362,205/598-4304
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REGION VD
Vice President: Judith Gambrel Flessner (Todd) Iota, 1604 E. Frederick. Arlington Hts., IL 60004,708/253-6459 (H) 708/934,7777 (O). Public Relations Officer: Lynne Radtke Ferger (Dennis) Phi Delta, 8121 W. Portland Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53213,414/778-2028 (H). Finance Officer: Mary Turner Diaz (A.M.) Pi Kappa, 1428 Larson St., Sycamore, IL 60178,815/895-6667 (H) 815/753-9415 (O). Rush Officer: Susan Bothe Piacke (Robert) Phi Sigma, 4730 Ave. G, Kearney, NE 68847,308/237,2917 (H).
Directors:
Patricia Hiller Akin (Richard) Phi, 201 S. East Ave., Oak Park, IL 60302,708/848-6676 (H) 708/383-8200 (O). Kimberly Jenkins Carter (Michael) Zeta, 5206 Webster, Omaha, NE 68132,402/558-5585 (H) 402/391-6054 (O).
Jane Vanroo Crawley (Stephen) Sigma Lambda, 9 Shadywoods Ln., Highland, IL 62249,618/654-5139 (H).
Judith Freundt Zawacke (Michael) Beta Lambda, 1302 W. Palatine Rd, Arlington Heights, IL 60004,708/253-5538 (H). Pamela Warner Hill (Doug) Iota Alpha, 1600 N. Street, Gering, NE 69341,308/436-7189 (H).
Shirley Piimeke Knipfd (John) Iota Sigma, 4615 Toronto, Ames, IA 50010.515/292-5805 (H) 515/296-5292 (O). Elizabeth Hafner Pietsch (Steve) Beta Phi, 1220 Millet Street, Naperville, EL 60563,708/357-6974 (H).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Alpha Theta, Coe College, Lisa Exey, Coe College, Box 554,CedarRapids,IA,52402,319/399-8488
Beta Lambda, Illinois Wesleyan University, Amy Schon, 1314 North Fell Avenue, Bloomington, IL, 61701,309/828-5100,515/292-3993.
Iota, University of Illinois, Lynn Swetland, 706 S. Mathews,Urbana,EL,61801,217/344-0136
Iota Sigma, Iowa State University, Erica Reich, 2007 Greeley, Ames, IA, 50010,515/292-3993.
Nu Iota, Northern Illinois University, Christina Scalise, 918 Kimberly Drive, DeKalb, JL, 60115,
Phi Chi, UniversityofChicago,AndreaBarylak,5335 South Kimbark #2, Chicago, IL, 60615, 312/324- 6755.
Phi Delta, Univ. of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Jennifer Hartwig, Phi Delta of AOD, Union Box 6, U . of Wis/Mil., P.O. Box 413, Milwaukee, WI, 53201.
Phi Sigma, U. of Nebraska-Kearney, Annette Gnuse, University Residence South #101, U . of Nebraska- Kearney, Kearney, NE 68849,308/233-9548.
Tau, University of Minnesota, Laura Dufek, 1121 5th Street, SE, Mirmeapohs, MN, 55414,612/623-9140
Theta Chi, Mprningside College, Lisa Huster, Momingside College, P.O. Box 1523, Sioux City, IA, 51106,712/274-5603.
Upsilon Epsilon, Parks College, Jennifer Stark, 1911 Lynch, Sl Louis, MO, 63118,618/337-7500
Zeta, U. of Nebraska - Lincoln, Tammy Duerfeldt, 1541 "S" Street, Lincoln, NE, 68508
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
RD - all Region VU Alumnae Chapters - Akin
Ames Alumnae Chapter, Eileen Muff, (Donald), Zeta, 1312 Scott Cir., Ames, IA, 50010,515/292-2725
Bloomington Normal Alumnae Chapter, Carol Elliott, (Roger), Beta Lambda, 212 Doud Dr., Normal, EL, 61761,309/454-7524
Cedar Rapids Alumnae Chapter, Sheri Hlavacek, Alpha Theta, 5920 Crestridge Ave.SW, Cedar Rapids, IA, 52404,319/396-8821
Chapter Adviser
Barbara Ernst Tupper, (Eric), Alpha Theta, 2102 N . Towhe Ct. NE #5, Cedar Rapids, IA, 52402, 319/393-2298
Myma Dombush Haas, (Russell), Beta Lambda, 12 Ivey Court, Bloomington, I L , 61701, 309/827-8270
JoArme Yonke Zunich, (Andreja), Iota, 2606 Cherry HillsDrive,Champaign,EL,61821,217/352-3299
Carol Wee Millar, Iota Sigma, 413 SE 3rd St., Ahkeny, IA, 50021,515/964-4541.
Theresa Berge, Sigma Lambda, 813 W Taylor St,Apt #710, DeKalb, EL, 60115,815/758-3999
Kelly Josephine Agnew, Iota Sigma, 443 W Wrightwood Ave #909, Chicago, EL, 60614, 312/975- 1630
Wendy Klotsche Kohler, (Dennis), Omega, 4848 N Lydell #130, Milwaukee, WI, 53217,414/332-0999
Lori Ann Moore, Phi Sigma, 1925 W 37th St, Kearney, NE, 68847,308/234-1935
Mary Klein Luse, Tau, 6571Kirkwood Circle, Excelsior, MN, 55331,612/474-0357
Marsha Claire Newman, Theta Chi, 3218 Garretson Avenue, Sioux City, IA, 51106,712/276-2015
Nancy Kay Idoux, Beta Lambda, 22 South 21st, Belleville, EL, 62223,618/233-1893
No Adviser Listed
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Chicago NW Suburban Alumnae Chapter, Martha Schroeder, (Brian), Sigma Rho, 2404 Robin Lane, Rolling Meadows, EL 60008,708/577-2616
Chicago West Suburban Alumnae Chapter, Debra Jacobs, (Steven), Sigma Iota, 1814 Child's St., Wheaton, EL, 60187,708/665-2242
Dekalb/Kane Alumnae Chapter, Karen Anderson, (Mark), Nu Iota, Box 460, Oak Drive, Genoa,EL, 60135,815/784,2023
Corporation President & Name of RD
Barbara Ernst Tupper, Alpha Theta, 2102 Northtowne Court, NE #5, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402 319/393-2298 (H). RD Zawacke
Lisa Pratt Comwell (Kent), Beta Lambda, R.R. #1 Box 69, Mackinaw, IL 61755,309/392-2692 (H). RD Hill
Judy We Thompson (Michael), Iota, 4011 Lake Point Road, Champaign, IL 61820, 217/352-5300. RD Crawley
Eileen Muff (Don), Zeta, 1312 Scott Ciicle,Ames, IA 50010,515/292-2725. RD Knrpfel
Lois Bender Merwin (Donald), Nu Iota, 1602 Mayflower Drive, DeKalb, I L 60115, 815/756-6569 (H). 815/756-3661 (O). RD Pietsch
JoAnn Macander, Sigma Iota, 15807 Woodbridge Avenue, Harvey, IL 60426, 708/333,4369. RD Pietsch
Rosemary Patricia Benson (Robert), Beta Phi, 435 Bunker Hill Drive, Brookfield, W I 53005 414/782- 1711. RD Zawacke
Janet Lind Fox (Jerald), Zeta, 501 W . 24th Street, Kearney, NE 68847,308/234-3671. RD Hill
Betty Ann March Kleinschmidt, Tau, 919 Rae Court, Mendota Heights, M N 55118-3655, 612/681-0064. RDKnipfel
No corporation president listed for Theta Chi. RD Carter
No corporation president listed f o r Upsilon Epsilon. RD Crawley
Judi Zadina Hansen, Zeta, 4000 S. 56th, Unit 262-C, Lincoln, NE 68506, 402/489-8509 (H), 402/477-4102(0). RD Carter
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Lincoln Alumnae Chapter, Monica Rigoni, Zeta, 2210 S. 37th St., Lincoln, NE, 68506; 402/488-3680
Milwaukee Alumnae Chapter, Vicki Krystowiak, (David), Phi Delta, 17425 Royal Crest Dr., Brookfield, WI, 53045,414/781-3541
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Champaign-Urbana Alumnae Chapter, Jann Beckham, Alpha Theta, 3108 B Chatham Dr., Urbana, IL, 61801,217/344-0661
Chicago Area Council, Jo Ann Macander,Sigma Iota, 15807 Woodbridge St, Harvey, IL, 60426, 708/333-
4369
Chicago Beverly Hills Alumnae Chapter, Kay Shannon, (Roger), Nu Iota, 4524 W 101st Place, Oak Lawn, IL, 60453,708/422-4828
Chicago North Shore Alumnae Chapter, Katherine Best, (Robert), Rho, 9402 Monticello A ve., Evanston, IL, 60203,708/675-2378
REGION VH(Cont'd) Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Des Moines Alumnae Chapter, Rhonda Bjomsen, (Kevin), Iota Sigma, 3912 78th Street, Des Moines, IA,50322,515/276-5975
Kearney Alumnae Chapter, Mary Konz, (Michael), Chi Delta, 4207 Prairie Hills Rd, Kearney, NE, 68847, 308/234-1147
Lake County of Illinois Alumnae Chapter, Linda McElhany, (John), Nu Iota, 1336 Cavell, Highland Park, IL, 60035,708/831-0295
Lincoln Alumnae Chapter, Monica Sienor Rigoni, Zeta, 2210 S. 37th, Lincoln, NE 68506,402/488-3680
REGION Vm
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Minneapolis/St. Paul Alumnae Chapter, Pamela Meyer, (Cliff), Tau, 2149 Indiana Ave. N., Golden Valley,MN 55422,612/522-6570
Omaha Alumnae Chapter, Ann Jones, (Dale), Phi Upsilon, 11704 S 31st Street, Omaha, N E , 68123, 402/291-2949
Rockford Alumnae Chapter, Lori Freemire, (Michael), Alpha Theta, 812 28th St., Rockford, IL, 61108, 815/226-8495
Vice President: Nancy Shaw Shaheen (Glenn) Alpha Omicron, 2101 Tree House Ln., Piano, TX 75023,214/867-0819 (H) 214/323-6655 (O). Public Relations Officer: Carol Miller Stevenson (John) Omega, 2524 Belmont Place, Piano, TX 75023,214/596-3266 (H).
Finance Officer: Nadine Spring Nickeson (Robert) Pi Kappa, 224 NW 18th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73103,405/521-9279 (H).
Rush Officer: Patricia Arm Ccropton, PM, 7710 W. 100th St, Overland Park, KS 66212,913/648-1331 (H) 913/491-3111 (O).
Directors:
Carolyn Swindle Wyatt (Thad) Sigma Omicron, 3629 Blueridge Circle, Jonesboro, AR 72401,501/932-1155 (H) 501/935-1120 (O). Pamela Hathcock deZevaUos (Edward) Nu Omicron, 12020 Naughton Drive, Houston, TX 77063,713/467-8560 (H) 713/651-3832 (O). Elaine DeFrances Ellis (Randall) Alpha Omicron, 4713 Beech Harbor, Baton Rouge, LA 70817,504/291-5517 (H) 504/292-2590 (0). Lynn Koenig Martin (Michael) Sigma Iota, 17 Stephen F. Austin Dr., Conroe, TX 77302,409/321-3559 (H) 713/483-3991 (O).
Dana Lynne Moreland, Delta Alpha, 903 S. Providence, Columbia, MO 65203,314/443-6681 (H).
Gail Province Osbom (Paul) Sigma Omicron, 1124 Warner, Jonesboro, AR 72401,501/932-2942 (H).
Martha Erickson Taylor (John) Tau, 2501 E. Rivercrest, Fayetteville, AR 72703,501/521-2441 (H).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Chi Delta, University of Colorado, Muriel Azria, 1015 15th Street Boulder, CO, 80302,303/443-0546
Delta Alpha, Univ. of Missouri - Columbia, Nicole Riggms, Delta Alpha Chapter of AOII, 601 E. Rollins, Columbia, MO, 65201,314/442-9696
Delta Beta, U . of Southwest Louisiana, Stacy Fontenot 3603 West Congress Street Lafayette, LA, 70506,318/237-8655
Delta Pi, Central Missouri State Univ., Jennifer Fitzpatrick, Central Missouri State Univ., A100 Panhellenic Hall, W arrensburg, MO, 64093, 816/747- 2454
Delta Theta, Texas W oman's University, Deborah Weaver, Texas Woman's University, P.O. Box 22291, Denton, T X 76204,817/898-4309
Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisiana Univ., Stacey Allain, Southeastern Louisiana Univ., P.O. Box 948, SLU, Hammond, LA, 70402,504/542-9514
Lambda Tau, Northeast Louisiana University, Margaret Hossley, Box 4173, Monroe, LA, 71211.
Phi, University of Kansas, Susan Stoven, 1510 Sigma Nu Place, Lawrence, KS, 66044,913/749-1103
Pi, Newcomb College - Tulane, Kellie Jenkins, 922 Broadway, New Orleans, LA, 70118,504/865-8299
Sigma Omicron, Arkansas State University, Stephanie Mead, Arkansas State University, P.O. Box 928, State University, Jonesboro, AR, 72467, 501/972-1556
Upsilon Lambda, U. of Texas - San Antonio, Melissa Shepherd, UTSA Student Activities, San Antonio, TX, 78285,512/691-4160
Chapter Adviser
Jane Norris Franklin, (Wayne), Theta Omega, 7958 S Wabash Court, Englewood, CO, 80112,303/741-6360
Kristine Vendetti Wiant Delta Alpha, 912 W Walnut Court, Columbia, MO, 65203,314/449-5671
Jerelyn Schuetz Miles, (Mike), Zeta, 104 Legacy Lane, Youngsville, LA, 70592,318/856-7000
Stacy Duncan, (Steve); Delta Pi, 509 W . 86th Terr., Kansas City, MO 64114,816/333-0811.
Lisa Ann Dutt, Phi Sigma, 514 Cedar Elm, Allen, TX, 75002,214/727-3937
Cecilia Deynoodt Scholvin, (Jay), Kappa Tau, 1401 Lake Avenue, #E9, Metairie, L A , 70005, 504/834- 0226
Susan Griffith Donald, (Randy), Lambda Tau, 808 Adcock, Monroe, LA 71201,318/388-2428.
Lenna Mullin Levitch, Phi, 1103 N . Sunset Dr., Olathe, KS 66061,913/782-3332 (H) 588-6260 (O)
Sky Ruhlman Louapre, (Henri), Pi, 220 E William David Pkwy, Metairie, LA, 70005,504/834-6327
Donna Harrison Durham, (Scott), Sigma Omicron, 1505 Stone Street Jonesboro, AR, 72401, 501/932- 6958
Leigh Perry McCallum, Upsilon Lambda, 537 Ventura Dr., San Antonio, TX, 78232,512/496-5428
Corporation President & Name of RD
Karen Haller Butler (Lynn), Delta Pi 17414 East Ford Drive, Aurora, CO 80017 303/752-0862. RD deZevallos
Geniece Clawson Tyler. (David), Delta Pi, P.O. Box 227, Osage Beach, M O 65065, 314/348-2128. R D Taylor
Harriet Tate Wilkins, Delta Beta, 102 Cindy Drive, Lafayette, L A 70508, 318/269-0360 (H) 318/984- 3391 (0).RD Ellis
Janell Summers Engelhardt (John), Delta Pi, 11418 W. 104th, Overland Park, KS 66214, 913/894-0508. RD Taylor
Patricia H . Conover, Phi Upsilon, 10111 Chimney Hill Lane, Dallas, TX 75243, 214/235-0435 (H) 214/386-9732. RD deZevaUos
Gayle Robinson Miller (Joseph), Kappa Tau, 1300 Old Covington Highway, Hammond, L A 70403, 504/345-8211. RD Martin
Pat Turner Petrus (Richard), Lambda Tau, 2700 Bramble Drive, Monroe, L A 71201, 318/322-4755. RD Wyatt
Christine Ann Garrard, Phi, 5718 Outlook #204, Mission, KS 66202,913/541-1699. RD Moreland
Louise Ferrand Hemard (Ned), Pi, 871 Jewell Street New Orleans, LA 70124,504/282-8299 (H), 504/587- 1335 (0).RD Martin
Judy Rogers (Keith), Sigma Iota, 2916 Greenbriar' Drive, Jonesboro, A R 72401, 501/932-8419. RD Moreland
Teresa Villareal, Upsilon Lambda, c/o Beth Herford, 3912 Chimney Springs, San Antonio, TX 78247, 512/692-1272. RD Wyatt
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REGION VIE (Cont'd)
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Greater Kansas City Alumnae Chapter, Cheryl McCabe, (Richard), Phi, 3906 N E 51st Terrace, Kansas City MO, 64119, 816/452-3952. RD Moreland
Hammond Alumnae Chapter, Patti Dowie, (Tom), Kappa tau, 33 E. Woodlawn Dr., Destrehan, LA, 70047, 504/764-1589. RD Martin.
Houston Alumnae Chapter, Vivienne McKitrick, (David), Pi Kappa, 9247 Theysen, Houston, TX, 77080,713/690-2180. RD Osbom.
Jonesboro Alumnae Chapter, Eloise Hoggard, . (Randy), Sigma Omicron, 1306 Medallion Circle, Jonesboro, AR, 72401,501/933-0540. RD Moreland.
Little Rock Alumnae Chapter, Renee Clay, Sigma Omicron, 107 Point West Circle, Little Rock, AR, 72211, 501/224-9168. RD Osbom.
Mid-Missouri Alumnae Chapter, Laura Parker (Tim), Gamma Omicron, 500 Ken-Larr Hills, Holts Summit, MO 65043,314/295-6191. RD Taylor.
Monroe Alumnae Chapter, Kathleen Reeves, (David), Lambda Tau, 112 Wyndot Cir., West Monroe, LA, 71291, 318/396-0342. RDWyatt.
New Orleans Alumnae Chapter, Linda Prillaman, (Donald), Alpha Omicron, 240 Mulberry Drive, Metairie, LA, 70005,504/831-7437. RD Martin.
Northwest Arkansas Alumnae Chapter, Lisa Slaughter, Sigma Omicron, 713 South 4th St., Rogers, AR, 72756,501/636-0918. RD Osbom.
REGION IX
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Alexandria Alumnae Colony, Lisa Grubbs, Lambda Tau, 1211 Wilshire Dr., Alexandria, L A , 71303, 318/448-3154. RD Stevenson.
Arlington Mid-Cities Alumnae Chapter, Martha Priska, Iota Sigma, 521 Highland Park Dr., Hurst, TX, 76054,817/656-5987. RD Osbom.
Austin Alumnae Chapter, Nita Wathen, (James), Pi Kappa, 2501 Coatbridge Dr., Austin, TX, 78745, 512/444-4112. RD de Zevallos.
Baton Rouge Alumnae Chapter, Claire Yeargain, Kappa Tau, 482 Castle Kirk Drive, Baton Rouge, LA, 70808,504/767-3569. RD Osbom
Beaumont Alumnae Chapter, Janet Case, Lambda Tau, 5550 Folsom Dr #109, Beaumont, TX, 77706, 409/899-4890. RD Stevensoa
Dallas Alumnae Chapter, Allison Woram, (Brian), Delta Upsilon, 5614 Greenbrier, Dallas, T X , 75209,214/357-7045. RD de Zevallos.
Denver Alumnae Chapter, Betty Glascock, (W.J.), Omicron Pi, 8108 Lakeview Dr., Parker, CO, 80134, 303/8414084. RD de Zevallos.
Fort Worth Alumnae Chapter, April Roberts, Delta Theta, 3801 Carolyn Road, Fort Worth, TX, 76109, 817/927-5346. RD Osbom.
Greater Lafayette Alumnae Chapter, Charlotte Hales, Pi, P O Box 156, Carencro, LA, 70520, 318/896-9545 RD Ellis.
North Houston Suburban Alumnae Chapter, Ruth Sunker, (Ronald), Kappa Theta, 4822 Middle Falls Dr., Kingwood TX, 77345, 713/360-5607. RD Osbom.
Oklahoma City Alumnae Chapter, Julia Eisner, (Grant), Nu Omicron, 7311 Nichols Road, Oklahoma City, OK, 73120,405/840-5436. RD Osbom.
Rio Grande Alumnae Colony, Jo Ann Hendrix, Delta Sigma, 5429 La Estancia Cir., El Paso, TX, 79932, 915/584-0719. RD Stevenson.
San Antonio Alumnae Chapter, Bern Herford, Upsilon Lambda, 3912 Chimney Springs, San Antonio, TX, 78247,512/496-2015RD Wyatt.
Shreveport/Bossier City Alumnae Chapter, Terri Marshall, (Harry), Lambda Tau, 253 Atlantic A ve., Shreveport, LA, 71105,318/868-2014. RD Osbom.
St. Louis Alumnae Chapter, Ellen Duncan, Delta Alpha, 5675C Golf Ridge Drive, St Louis, M O , 63128,314/849-0764. RD Osbom.
Topeka-Lawrence Alumnae Chapter, Karen Basey, Lambda Omega, 237 Deerfield Lane, Lawrence, KS, 66049,913/843-1952. RD Moreland.
Tulsa Alumnae Chapter, Judith Kirkland Rogers, (Keith) Iota Alpha, 4125 E 22nd Place, tulsa, OK, 74114,918/749-4335. RD Taylor.
Vice President: Julie Hansen Scherer (Douglas) Upsilon, 16575 35th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98155,206/362-2289 (H).
Public Relations Officer: Suzan Ganz Crandall (Johnjr.) Beta Sigma, 3593 S. Coleridge PI., Boise, ID 83706,208/385-9354 (H). Finance Officer: Susan Daiger Schell (Gary) Alpha Gamma, SE 915 Skylark Ct., Pullman, WA 99163,509/332-4923 (H).
Rush Officer: Kathleen Oliver Busch (Bruce) Upsilon, 5700 29th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98105,206/522-1239 (H) 206/483-5000 (O). Directors:
Ann Brislawn Beardsley (Cordy) Upsilon, 2430 136th PI. SW , Lynnwood, WA 98037,206/743-2368 (H) 206/743-2368 (O).
Michelle Barrea Graunke (Steven) Upsilon, 2723 36th SW, Seattle, WA 98126,206/937-7771 (H) 206/728-7799 (O).
Vicki Claire Sherick, Alpha Phi, 1325 Hoopes Ave #21, Idaho Falls, CD 83404,208/529-2515 (H) 208/525-7648 (O).
Sharron Henriques Starling (Steven) Alpha Phi, 100 1st Ave. S #7, Seattle, WA 98104,206/623-1046 (H) 206/323-1400 (O).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Alpha Gamma, Washington State University, Dyan Stahl, NE 820 Campus Avenue, Pullman, WA, 99163, 509/335-8502
Alpha Phi, Montana State University, Danelle Wheeler, 1119 South Fifth Avenue, Bozeman, M t , 59715,406/587-0691
Alpha Rho, Oregon State University, Kristin Ryan, 2435 NW Harrison, Corvallis, OR, 97330, 503/757- 8171
Kappa Lambda, University of Calgary, Diane Fuhrer, Box MH13, Rm 251, MacEwan Student Ctr., 2500 University Drive, NW , Calgary, AL, Canada T2N 1N4.
Tau Gamma, Eastern Washington University, Jona Bartell, 964 Pence Union Building, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, W A, 99004, 509/235-2485.
Upsilon, University of Washington, Shawna Thrasher, 1906 NE 45th, Seattle, W A 98105, 206/526-7325
Chapter Adviser
Theresa Marie Workman, (Tern), Chi Alpha, P.O. Box 2159 C S, Pullman, WA, 99165,509/332-0545
Beverly Landes Townsend, (Stuart), Alpha Phi, 8040 Lupine Ln., Bozeman, MT, 59715,406/586-6422
Sandra Nellis Thiessen, (Ronald), Alpha Sigma, 4025 NW Elmwood Dr, Corvallis, OR, 97330, 503/754- 7606
Debra Wirtzfeld, Kappa Lambda, 608-1540 29th St, NW, Calgary, AB, Canada ,T2N 4M1,403/283-5837
Emily Ledbetter Benz, Delta Upsilon, 8042 Maple, Fairchild AFB, WA, 99011,509/244-4046
Linda Dianne Pyne, Upsilon, 5225 50th Ave,Apt #103, Seattle, WA, 98105, 206/527-5272
Corporation President & Name of RD
Sue Wayenberg Hinz (Michael), Alpha Gamma, NW 1445 Kenny, Pullman, W A 99163,509/332-1168. RD Sherick
Karen Southwick (Pete), Delta Pi, 419 W . Curtiss, Bozeman, MT 59715,406/587-9421. RD Graunke
Patricia Mills Moody (Sidney), Alpha Sigma, 3329 SW Cascade Dr., Corvallis, OR 97333, 503/753- 1162. RD Beardsley
Alison Lawrie Bonney, Kappa Lambda, 1207 Bel- Aire Dr., S.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2V 20,403/259-2560. RD Sherick
Michelle Stipe Riggs (Sandy), Alpha Gamma, S 7810 Pineview Lane, Spokane, W A 99206, 509/928-6983. RD Starling
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins (Eugene), Upsilon, 14548 Edgewater Lane, NE, Seattle, W A 98155, 206/363- 0151. RD Starling
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Alaska Alumnae Colony, Deborah Foster, Delta Chi, 5901 E 6th Ave.,Space A39, Anchorage, AK, 99504, 907/338-4453 RD Starling
Billings Alumnae Chapter, Joan Hansen Jacobsen, (John), Alpha Phi, 3304 Ben Hogan Ln., Billings, MT, 59106,406/656-1197 R D Graunke.
Boise Valley Alumnae Chapter, Janell Kirby, Beta Sigma, 3613 Red Oak Ave., Boise, ID, 83703, 208/345-2856. RDSherick
Bozeman Alumnae Chapter, Valerie Todd, Alpha Phi, 9477 Walker Road, Belgrade, MT, 59714, 406/587- 2754. RD Graunke
REGION IX (Cont'd) Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Calgary Alumnae Chapter, Sandra Smith, Kappa Lambda, #302 1727 13th St SW, Calgary, AB, Canada T2T 3P5,403/245-1463. RD Sherick
Eugene-Springfield Alumnae Chapter, Ingvar Thompson, Alpha Sigma, 2230 Garfield St., Eugene, OR, 97405,503/683-9429. RD Beardsley
Pocatello Alumnae Chapter, Nancy Anthony, (Dan), Iota Alpha, 1346 Sego, Pocatello, ID, 83201,208/232- 8897. RD Graunke
REGION X
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Portland Alumnae Chapter, Susan Saunders Dalrymple, (Larry), Alpha Rho, 3653 SE Tenino St, Portland, OR, 97202,503/774-5472. RD Beardsley
Pullman Alumnae Chapter, Ginny Boyle, Alpha Gamma, POB 3053 CS, Pullman, WA, 99163, 509/332-5019. RDSherick
Seattle Alumnae Chapter, Linda Wickswat, (Paul), Pi Delta, 17505 SE 47th St., Issaquah, W A , 98027, 206/643-9791. RD Starling
Vancouver BC Alumnae Chapter, Marjorie Ann Stevens, Beta Kappa, 809 Sawcut, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6N 1P9,604/879-0255. RD Beardsley
Vice President: Barbara Kramer Rinehart (Vince) Lambda Beta, 4052 Mistral Dr., Huntington Bch., CA 92649,714/840-0873 (H) 213/439-0968 (O). Public Relations Officer: Caroline Chapman Craig, Lambda Beta, 13822 Locust #1, Westminster, CA 92683,714/895-3027 (H).
Finance Officer: Judith Lacina West (Alan) Omicron Pi, 24715 Palomares Road, Castro Valley, CA 94552,415/537-0149 (H).
Rush Officer: Patricia Shelton Moxon (Bruce) Nu Lambda, 878 Harpster Dr., Mountain View, CA 94040,415/967-0639 (H).
Directors:
Susana Milagros Lapeyrade, Chi Alpha, 170 Westbrook Avenue, Daily City, CA 94015,415/994-0775 OH).
Heidi Aline Herlong, 'Nu Beta, 2301 Artesia Blvd, #12-226, Redondo Beach, CA 90278,213/290-0119 (H).
Judith Lind Alkiie, (Larry) Phi, 1200 Creekside Drive #1514, Folsom, CA 95630,916/983-8017 (H).
Lisa Marie Niedenthal, Beta Phi, 1034 9th Street #3, Santa Monica, CA 90403,213/394-0605 (H) 818/505-7735 (O). Pincy Dikeman Polese (James) Theta Pi, 5924 E. Calle Del Norte, Phoenix, AZ 85018,602/945-2063 (H).
Bonnie Somers Berger (Edward) Tau, 13112 Woodmont St., Poway, CA 92064,619/748-8854 (H).
Collegiate Chapter Name - President
Chi Alpha, University of California-Davis, Stephanie Marsh, 203 First Street Davis, CA, 95616, 916/756- 9889
Chi Psi, Cal Poly State U., San Luis Obispo, Christine James, 1716 Osos Street, San Luis Obispo, CA, 93401,805/543-1776
Delta Sigma, San Jose State University, Michelle Keller, 373 East San Fernando St., San Jose, CA 95112,408/998-0654.
Lambda Beta, California Stale - Long Beach, Krisne Macken, 3980 East 8th Street, Long Beach, CA, 90804,213/433-9117
Lambda Iota, Univ. of California-San Diego, Michelle Merwitzer, P.O. Box 12067, La Jolla, CA, 92039, 619/455-1949
Sigma, Univ. of California - Berkeley, Sandra Wong, 2311 Prospect Street Berkeley, CA, 94704, 415/540- 9152
Sigma Phi, California State Nonhridge, Lisa Allard, 9210 Zelzah Avenue, Northridge, CA, 91325, 818/885-9994
Theta Omega, Northern Arizona University, Keri O'Neal, Alpha Omicron Pi, 1109 S. Plaza Way #255, Flagstaff, AZ, 86001,602/523-9949
Upsilon Alpha, University of Arizona, Mary King, 1731E. 2nd Street Tucson, AZ, 85719,602/325-4844
Chapter Adviser
Kathryn Tribbey Fitzgerald, (David), Chi Alpha, 118 Banbury Way, American Canyon, CA, 94589, 707/552-3335
Kristen Ann Sloop, Lambda Beta, 2221 King Court #14, San Luis Obispo, CA, 93401, 805/543-2447 (H) 805/541-8188(0).
Charlene Oveland Murray, Alpha Gamma, 760 Delaware Avenue, San Jose, CA, 95123, 408/281- 3031
Geri Nunez-Wile, (Barry), Lambda Beta, 2341 Argonne Ave., Long Beach, CA, 90815, 213/597- 2238
Bobbe Jean Chilcote, Lambda Iota, 4016-B Mahaila Ave., San Diego, CA, 92122,619/535-1569
Jami Lark Hould, Alpha Phi, 2725 Franklin, San Francisco, CA, 94123,415/775-4209
Phyllis Casteel Gilson, (Stan), Sigma Phi, 6628 Woodlake Ave., West Hills, CA, 91307, 818/887- 9344(H) 818/885-3740(6).
Lillian Palmer Baker, (Richard), Theta Omega, 1508 N. Aztec, Flagstaff, AZ, 86001,602/774-3659
Susan Bright Duggins, Lambda Tau, 1017 N. Bedford Dr., Tucson, AZ, 85710,602/886-8773
Corporation President & Name of RD
Karen Norene Mills (Jeffrey), Chi Alpha, 20 Sage River Circle, Sacramento, CA 95831, 916/393-7311 RDAlkire
Marilyn Stennett Hamilton (Hugh William), Delta Sigma, 1212 A Camino Caballo, Nipomo, CA 93444, 805/929-1525. RD Herlong
Karen Youngman Ryan (Michael), Delta Sigma, 5978 Thomtree Drive, San Jose, CA 95120, 408/268-2831. RDAlkire
Julie Robbins Burns, Kappa Kappa, 850 N . Grand Avenue, Orange, CA 92667, 714/538-4748. RD Herlong
Lori Lynn Curci, Lambda Iota, 4165-194 Porte de Palmas, San Diego, CA, 92122, 619/457-0254 (H). RD Niedenthal
Leah Hardcastle MacNeil (Neil), Delta Sigma, 7033 Hemlock Street Oakland, CA 94611, 415/339-0312 (H) 415/864-6330 (O). RD Lapeyrade
Judith Kosmak Kolstad (Fred), Nu Iota, 19219 Ballinger, Nbrthridge, CA 91324, 818/886-4959(H) 818/349-5787 (O). RD Niedenthal
Laura Marie Tankesly, Theta Omega, 1200 S. Riordan Ranch Road #134, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, 602/773- 1643. RDPolese
Jill E. O'Rourke (John), Upsilon Alpha, 5547 E. Rosewood, Tucson, AZ 85711, 602/748-7945. RD Polese
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RD - all Region X Alumnae Chapters - Berger
Diablo V alley Alumnae Chapter, Sandra Thompson, (Bruce), Kappa Theta, 119 Venado Corte, Walnut Creek, CA, 94598,415/934-2037
East Bay Alumnae Chapter, Barbara Stehno, Iota, 2101 Shoreline Dr #219, Alameda, C A , 94501, 415/523-0706 (H) 415/768-1234 (O).
Hawaii Alumnae Chapter, Dodie Briskey, (John), Gamma Sigma, 38 South Judd, Apt. 22-B, Honolulu, HI. 96817,808/521-7938
Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter, Elizabeth Amundson, (Paul), Lambda Beta, 2752 Lodestone Dr, Las Vegas, NV, 89117,702/254-2419
Long Beach Alumnae Chapter, Christine Vargas, (Ismael), Lambda Beta, 420 Delphine, Fullerton, CA, 92632,714/870-9310
Monterey Alumnae Chapter, Geraldine Hicks, (Robert), Lambda, P.O. Box 1435, Pebble Beach, CA 93953,408/373-7027 (H) 408/371-5691 (O).
Northern Orange County Alumnae Chapter, Julie Bums, Kappa Kappa, 850 North Grand St., Orange, CA 92667, 714/538-4748
REGION X (Cont'd) Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
Palo Alto Alumnae Chapter, Marilyn (Jane) Weakley, (Thomas), Kappa Kappa, 10571 Ainsworth Dr., Los Altos, CA, 94024,408/245-7983
Phoenix Alumnae Chapter, Tracey Pritulsky, (Steven), Theta Omega, 1901 E . Kathleen Rd., Phoenix, AZ, 85022,602/482-7682
Riverside Alumnae Chapter, Nancy Lawson Broach, (James), Theta Omega, 16101 Stone Ridge Drive, Riverside, CA 92504,714/780-0790
Sacramento Alumnae Chapter, Janet Jenson Dallas, (James), Chi Alpha, 646 Hanisch Drive, Roseville, CA, 95678, 916/443-0700(0).
South Bay/Palos Verdes Alumnae Chapter, Holly Turner Johnson. Nu Lambda, 4403 Canehill Avenue, Lakewood, CA 90713 213/496-4231 (H) 213/924- 6636 Ext. 288
San Diego Alumnae Chapter, Carrol A. Pageler Kirk, (Robert), Alpha Sigma, 1760 Hawk View Dr., Leucadia, CA, 92024,619/753-2562
San Fernando Valley Alumnae Chapter, Natalie Svider, Sigma Phi, 22137 Sonoma Place, Chatsworth, CA, 91311,818/998-3517
Alumnae Chapter, President & Name of RD
San Jose Alumnae Chapter, Carol Pedersen Jury, (David), Delta Sigma, 26070 Quail Ln., Los Altos His., CA, 94022,415/948-5403
San Mateo Alumnae Chapter, Cindy Ruskin Castle, (Stephen), Beta Pi, 1731 Lexington, San Mateo. C A , 94402,415/349-8913
Southern Orange County Alumnae Chapter, Pamela Bedgood, Nu Beta, 113 Alberti Aisle, Irvine, CA , 92714, 714/553-0420.
Tucson Alumnae Chapter, Tricia M. Clapp, Upsilon Alpha, 1017 N. Bedford. Tucson, AZ 85710,602/571- 0110
Ventura County Alumnae Chapter, Nancy Willis Griffiths, (Alfred), Beta Gamma, 317 Scarborough Street, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360, 805/494-1655.
West Los Angeles Area Colony, Leslie Ann Friedberg, Nu Lambda, 6100 Canterbury Drive #303. Culver City, CA 90230, 213/670-8349 (H) 213/474- 8990(0).
Applausefor these AOIIs who excel!!!i
Sheila Henderson, Alpha Chi (Western Kentucky U.), was the 1990 Correctional Probation Officer of the Year for
58,000 members in several countries. It provides $10,000 scholarships for seven young women to study in the United States for one year. It promotes educational and charitable work. One of its beneficiaries is the St. Jude Research Hospital in Memphis.
Ruth is an elementary reading teacher in Stonington, Connecticut, where she was the
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the state of Florida. Sheila began her employment with the Sarasota Department of Corrections in September, 1983. She has been a Community Control Officer since April 1987. During her seven years with the Department, she has participated in numerous pro- grams dealing with child abuse, safety, narcotics identification and investigation, sex crimes investigation, and crisis inter- vention. Her nomination for the
since 1960. Before becoming a teacher, Ruth was an officer in the Women's Army Corps for two years. She has a bachelors degree in sociology and psychology from the U . of Maine and a masters degree in child development and family relations from the U. of Connecticut.
honor praised Sheila for her consistent performance above expected standards.
Sheila is a member of the Sarasota Area Alumnae Chapter. She is also active in her church.
This past July, Ruth Holland Walsh, Gamma (U. of Maine-Orono), ended her term as Grand President of Alpha Delta Kappa, an international honorary sorority for outstanding women educators. The group has approximately
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Collegiate Chapter News
REGION I
Delta Tufts U.
Delta Chapter at Tufts U. had a successful first year in its new chapter house, reports Janet Siegel. Chapter members appreciate the help of the Delta Corporation board and Boston Alumnae Chapter in acquiring and beautifying the chapter house.
Delta Chapter participated in a variety of philanthropic projects this year. With Delta Tau Delta fraternity, the chapter co-sponsored a campus wide dance party for charity. The proceeds went to Teddy Bear Junction, a Boston day care center for disadvantaged children.
Other activities included sponsoring a game booth at the Tufts Kidsday Carnival for local children and joining with Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity for a
dance-a-thon to benefit the local Head Start Program. The pledge class went "bowling for dollars" to raise $200 for arthritis research.
The biggest fund raiser of the year was the chapter's Third Annual AOII Greek Olympics which raised over $1,000 for various charities. The top three groups won a percentage of the proceeds for the charity of their choice, with the remainder going to arthritis research.
The chapter's GPA is 3.25 which is third among the 15 Greek groups on campus. Stacey Druks was cited by the Inter-Greek Council for the highest GPA for a sorority woman with a perfect 4.0. Meryl Kirshberg received Phi Beta Kappa honors and five sisters were inducted into Order of Omega. They are Kristen Chadwick, Julie Jones, Carrie LaLonde, Karen White, and Tammy Wolpowitz.
Margot Krikorian founded a T ufts UNICEF organization this past year. Jennifer Schlein bicycled 3,300 miles across the United States this summer to raise money for Corporate Angel Network which transports cancer patients to treatment centers using empty seats on corporate jets. Megan Mahony founded a peer support group for survivors of date rape. AOII athletes Catherine Offen (volleyball) and Maureen Monahan (swimming) were team captains in their respective sports this past year.
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Beta Delta
Villanova U.
The Beta Delta Chapter at Villa- nova U. had several sisters who were selected for individual honors this year.
Leah Gardinier and Holly Arnold were elected to the Blue Key society, an organization which gives tours and assists with public relations events on campus. Susan Cha was elected the Panhellenic philanthropic chairman, and she planned the Greek Easter egg hunt this spring.
At the chapter's annual spring formal, several chapter awards were presented. Leah Gardinier was selected the most outstanding sister, Kim Bergen was honored as the most spirited sister, and Lisa Albrecht was chosen the most outstanding pledge.
Philanthropic activities included raising money for arthritis research, collecting canned goods for the needy, and participating in a fund raiser to help fight hunger.
Colette Giacomucci, activities chairman, planned the chapter's booth for the annual Balloon Day in April. The event supports "Bread for the World."
The chapter placed second in football and fourth in softball during Greek Week.
Delta Chi
U. of Delaware
The Delta Chi Chapter at the U. of Delaware has had a terrific year with many diverse activities, according to Tracey Moon and Kimberly Altremus.
Last September the chapter was recognized as the school's "best managed chapter" at a Greek leadership dinner.
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Delta Chapter's new house.
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REGION III
Alpha Lambda
Georgia Southern
U.
Alpha Lambda Chapter at Georgia Southern U . had a busy, successful year, reports Tara Y oung.
Fall rush resulted in 30 new pledges. The chapter took part in all campus events and placed in every one. During homecoming, the chapter won the Panhellenic spirit award for the second consecutive year. This award is given to the organization which accumulates the most participation points during homecoming week. Another fall event was the annual trick-
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or-treat for arthritis. The chapter placed third in the banner contest forAlcohol Awareness Week.
Chapter members began 1991 by hosting Founders' Day, and they were pleased to have representatives from the other nearby Georgia chapters. In February, the chapter held its second annual Parents Weekend which featured a dinner and a '50's band. Another winter event was the "Strongest Man on Campus" fund raiser which was co-sponsored with a local gym.
The highlight of the spring was the chapter's first Rose Ball which was preceeded by an AOII Appreciation Week. At the ball, the sisters all wore white formals, except for the chapter president who wore red. Spring rush brought 17 new pledges. The chapter also won a trophy for the most money raised by a sorority for philanthropy. Another highlight was a visit from Regional Director Barbara Lansford.
Chi Beta
U. of Virginia
The members of the Chi Beta Chapter at the U. of Virginia initiated 38 women in April, reports Lori Cwalina.
In February, five of the Char- lottesville area's hottest bands battled it out to benefit arthritis research at the chapter's annual "Battle of the Bands," which brought in over $1,000.
Individual honors included three sisters selected for Order of Omega: Lisa Love, Lori Cwalina, and Gretchen Wells. In addition, Gretchen was elected president of the Architecture School. Alicia Doe was initiated into Beta Gamma Sigma. Diane Munch was elected secretary of the college, taking over the position from Chi Beta alumna Chris Anderson.
REGION IV (Reports begin with Alpha Psi on the next page.)
m continued... In October chapter members judged children's costumes at the Newark Halloween parade, and they escorted local elementary school children trick-or-treating on Halloween night. The chapter joined with the Office of the University President to sponsor the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. Another service activity was co-sponsoring "Redford's Night for MS" to raise money for
multiple sclerosis.
The chapter helped sponsor Hands
Across Campus, an all Greek philanthropic event which benefitted the American Cancer Society and the Ronald McDonald House. Chapter members joined with the Students Environmental Action Coalition to co- sponsor an aluminum can bin on campus.
Other campus activities included Greek Week Games, an all Greek rally, and homecoming.
Rhonda Rust and Suzanne Wanalista participated in the Miss Delaware Pageant. Suzanne is also the secretary of the Society of Women Engineers. Courtney Smith was elected president of the largest residence hall on campus. Michelle Shapiro is the faculty senate representative of the Delaware Undergraduate Student Council.
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REGION I V
Alpha Psi
Bowling Green
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The Alpha Psi Chapter at Bowling Green State U. had a successful year, reports Tricia Gray.
The excitement began in the fall with a long anticipated new house. Since the chapter's colonization in October of 1988, the members had worked diligently for a house. The sisters are grateful for the hard work of Margie Gordley-Callahan and Pam Giovannetti, past chapter presidents; Ashley Matthews, chapter president; Cindy Skaff, past Regional Director; Fudge Skaff, Corporation Board member; and, especially, Janet Conway, Corporation Board president.
The house was officially dedicated in a ceremony on April 21, 1991. Guest speakers were Barbara Hunt, International President; Ann Gilchrist, Regional Vice President; Phyllis Caulfield, Corporation Board treasurer; Pam Giovannetti, past chapter president; and Ashley Matthews, chapter president.
Beta Gamma Michigan State U.
Members of the Beta Gamma Chapter at Michigan State U. are excited about moving into their house this fall, reports Krista Rodriguez.
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(from left), Pam Giovannetti, International President Barbara Hunt, & Region W RVP Ann Gilchrist, are pictured at the dedication of the
Alpha Psi house.
The chapter also had a great 1990- 91 school year which began with a successful rush and a pledge class of 47 women. Mindy Nye was chosen pledge of the year.
During the spring semester the chapter was partnered with Psi Upsilon and Sigma Phi Epsilon for Greek Week. Nancy Hess was one of four nominees from the 17 sororities for Greek Woman of the Year.
Chapter members are participating in the Adopt-A-Highway program. The chapter "adopted" a two mile strip of highway and members are responsible for keeping this area clean.
Individual achievements include: Sue Stone and Diane Myers, Order of Omega; Terri Belville, membership in MSU's psychology honor society; and Laura Poellet, Phi Beta Kappa.
dance, the pledge formal, and various "Little 500" events. The chapter's basketball team won the all-sorority basketball championship.
Chi Lambda
U. ofEvansville
Chi Lambda Chapter at the U. of Evansville had an exciting, fun-filled year, reports Laura Ernest.
The year began with a successful rush; the chapter met its quota of 21 pledges. The pledges treated ten children from the Hillcrest Youth Home to a basketball game during the spring. They also organized a worker raffle and a portion of the money raised was contributed to the Ruby Fund.
Chi Lambda is proud of its members who represented the chapter in the numerous campus events throughout the year—events like Musical Madness (a contest of mini musical skits which this year raised money for the Evans- ville Coalition for the Homeless), the bike race, and homecoming. The chapter placed first in both Musical Madness and the bike race. Jennifer Thomas won the homecoming queen title.
Other philanthropic activities included Trick-or-Treating for Arthritis and the AOII Rock-a-Thon in the spring.
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Alpha Chi
Western Kentucky U.
The Alpha Chi Chapter at Western Kentucky U. ended another great year by receiving the Mayor's Award for Outstanding Community Service, reports Jennifer Mize. Chapter mem- bers earned this recognition for contrib- uting more that $2,500 to arthritis research and 5,350 service hours to the Bowling Green community.
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Beta Phi Indiana U.
Beta Phi Chapter at Indiana U. began the 1990-91 school year with open rush and pledged 11 women, who were initiated in November, reports Karen Piatt. During the spring the chapter pledged 37 women, all of whom were initiated in April.
The addition to the chapter house was completed in the spring and it can now house 107 women. The new wing, which includes a room for a full time scholarship adviser and a computer room, was dedicated during Beta Phi's 75th anniversary celebration in June. Social activities included a theme


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Alpha L-ni
The chapter's new Leaders Council held a weekend workshop with the help of Chapter Consultant Tracy Miller and exchanged many new ideas. A second workshop was held in the summer during which the council set goals for the chapter and for each officer.
The Alpha Chi's are looking forward to a successful fall rush, and they held a summer workshop in July to put the finishing touches on their songs and dances.
Delta Omega Murray State U.
Delta Omega Chapter at Murray State U. had a rewarding year, reports Renee Amberg.
At the annual Red Rose Ball, former president Ginger Smith gave her farewell speech. Christy Roberson was named ideal sister, and Monica Major was named ideal pledge.
Another highlight of the year was the initiation of 41 new sisters. The new officers were installed at initiation, including the new president, Sarah Blankenship.
In April the chapter won second place in the sorority division of All- Campus Sing. Jill Tucker, a new initiate, sang the national anthem at a Murray State basketball game.
Carolyn Deiner, Regional Director, visited the chapter during the weekend of the 1991 Miss MSU Pageant. Mitzi Jones was crowned the 1991 Miss MSU, and Traci Hamlin was selected "most photogenic."
The chapter won the first place spirit award at Alpha Gamma Rho's "Paul Bunyan Day." This event is a fun filled day of friendly competition between sororities and fraternities.
The chapter has the highest GPA
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Alpha Delta
U. of Alabama
The Alpha Delta Chapter at the U. of Alabama had a busy spring, reports Amy McLendon
Maureen Donlon and Bonnie Blake, were selected for Order of Omega. Jamie Manasco, president of Order of Omega, was selected for membership in the Outstanding 31 Club. Three chapter members were elected senators in the spring S G A elections. They are Tina Horning, Juliet Marks, and Kim Yeager. Penny Carlson was elected president of the School of Education. The alumnae of Alpha Delta awarded Amy Jones and Tina Horning scholarships for their hard work and dedication to the chapter.
The chapter held a faculty dinner and each sister invited a faculty member of her choice. Another event was a scholarship banquet to honor the chapter's top scholars.
A group of Alpha Deltas attended State Day at Auburn U. during spring semester. On Valentine's day chapter members distributed roses to alumnae and to other campus sororities and fraternities. Another spring event was hosting the chapter's annual Easter egg hunt at the Oak Hill School for deprived children. The summer was spent preparing for fall rush.
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Delta Delta Auburn U.
The Delta Delta Chapter at Aubum U. began an eventful year by initiating its new pledges, reports Amy Jenkins.
There were numerous individual
achievements by chapter members during the school year. Jackie Boswell was selected homecoming queen. Jackie was also chosen as a War Eagle hostess, as was Julie Stone. Jennifer Beeson and May Mitchell were again selected cheerleaders. Rebecca Hanson and Wynne Dirskell were chosen for Tigerettes. Four sisters were selected to be Dunkin' Darlins' basketball hostesses. They are: Ginger Fowler, Barbara Hart, Alisha Prather, and Leisl Reiners.
Six Delta Deltas were selected as rush counselors. They are: Kara Kiser, Edie Hobson, Karen James, Shelly Hall, Colleen Kelley, and Amy Johns. Lori Doyle, Julie Hagar, and Julie Smith were listed in Outstanding College Students of America. Stacy Smith was included in Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities.
State Day, hosted by Delta Delta, proved to be a great success. The chapter rounded out the year with its annual "Stick Up for Arthritis" fund raiser which raised $1,100 for arthritis research.
Delta Gamma U. of South
Alabama
Delta Gamma Chapter at the U . of South Alabama had an exciting school year, reports Heidi Wagner. The year began with a pledge retreat on Dauphin Island.
Tracy Kotchmar organized the chapter's first Parents' Day. Parents visited the chapter, met the members, and learned about the impact AOII has on their daughters during their college years. The next day, chapter members, pledges, and alumnae welcomed the parents to the Founders' Day banquet. Robin Wright was the guest speaker.
Malisa Word collected items, including a "Draft-a-Date" t-shirt, which the chapter sent to the troops in Saudi Arabia. The marine troop which received the items sent a "thank you" letter and a "Draft-an-AOII" t-shirt in return.
"Let's Band Together for Arthritis Research" was the theme of the chapter's band party fund raiser. The pledge class sold t-shirts for the event
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which raised over $800. Other philan- thropic events were a Christmas party for handicapped and foster children and a spaghetti dinner fund raiser.
Five chapter members were honored at a Panhellenic academic awards banquet. Melissa Bornamen and Heidi Wagner were initiated into Order of Omega, and Heidi was elected its new secretary. Kelly Baygents, Heidi Wagner, and Anne Walker were elected to the Student Government Association. Connie Lawrence was selected to serve as a crewmate for the USS Alabama. In this position she serves as an ambassador for the city of Mobile.
academic year which began with the pledging of 21 women, reports Denise Yehnert.
February brought a strengthening of bonds as members and pledges joined their sisters from Purdue U. for a sisterhood weekend.
In the spring the chapter sponsored an All University Pizza-n-Pop Party which was attended by hundreds of students. The party was one of the year's most popular university events. Chapter members are grateful for the regional support they received for this event.
Chapter members were proud to host three outstanding AOII leaders during the year. Pam Hill, Regional Director, made her second visit to the chapter in the spring. She participated in numerous activities and offered her expertise to various committees. Lis Donaldson, Executive Board Director, and Judy Flessner, Regional Vice President, also visited. Beta Lambda also hosted sisters from Phi Chi Chapter, U. of Chicago, for a joint officer's workshop led by Ms. Hill.
Iota, U. ofIllinois
Iota Chapter at the U. of Illinois had a successful year reports Ronette Leal. The year began by pledging 45 women during fall rush.
In April chapter members had the pleasure of initiating Mrs. LeGrand, the house director. She has been a "mom" away from home for every member living in the chapter house.
During the spring semester Iota received a first place award for the best external membership program during the annual Panhellenic awards. Iota also was named a Model Sorority for environmental and recycling awareness by the Model Community. The chapter won first place in the Panhellenic Safety Banner Contest with the slogan "Let us be blunt.. .No is one of the first words you learn, so why is it the only one you can't understand." Iota also brought home a first place trophy from Delta Gamma's Anchorsplash.
Philanthropic activities have in- cluded working as coaches and volun- teers for the Special Olympics. Four chapter members volunteered to go to East St. Louis to work on a clean-up project.
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Alpha Theta Coe College
The Alpha Theta Chapter at Coe College has had an exciting year, reports Jennifer Potter.
The chapter pledged ten women during fall rush. Melissa Prochaska represented the chapter on the home- coming court. The annual "Turkeys on Campus" fund raiser was successful. Eight chapter members made the fall dean's list.
Initiation was held in February and all ten pledges were initiated.
Individual achievements included the induction of Lisa Exey and Audrey Martin into Mortar Board.
A special party was held which was geared toward getting to know the alumnae better. The year closed with the chapter's Red Rose formal.
Beta Lambda Illinois Wesleyan U.
Beta Lambda Chapter at Illinois
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Chi Delta
U. of Colorado
Chi Delta Chapter at the U. of Colorado had a successful 90-91 school year which began with the pledging of 60 women.
Other fall highlights included the pledge retreat and a chapter trip to the U. of Nebraska where members met their Zeta Chapter sisters and attended the football game.
The five member homecoming court featured two Chi Deltas, Kerry Whitford and Kris Cavenah.
Philanthropic efforts included contributing 3,318 hours of service to Continued on next page.
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W esleyan U . had an exciting Fall 1991
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Collegiate Chapter News...
Chi Delta , continued... many different organizations. Bi- weekly visits to a nursing home kept the Adopt-A-Grandparent program going. Chapter members sang Christ- mas carols at the home during the holiday season.
Highlights of the spring semester included Inspiration Week and initiation. With its partner Lambda Chi Alpha, the chapter won second place in Songfest this year. Other activities included a retreat in the mountains, Morn's Weekend, Dad's Weekend, and Founders' Day.
Chapter members are excited about the progress of the fund drive for expansion of the chapter house, and they are grateful for their hard working, active alumnae who have led this effort
Lambda Tau NortheastLouisiana
Lambda Tau Chapter at Northeast Louisiana U . was named the Panhellenic Chapter of the Year for the second consecutive yean reports Anna Guerra.
The chapter also received an award for the most outstanding alcohol awareness programming.Individual awards went to: Lisa Fortenberry and Renee Lee, most outstanding Greeks; Mimi McCleary, most outstanding Panhellenic pledge; Anna Guerra, Greek L.O.V.E. (Leader of Values and Ethics) Award; Shawn Chapman, most outstanding junior Panhellenic Council member; Amy Eaves and Laura Hendry, most outstanding members of GREEKSeekers; and Jonna Kelly- Helton (Lambda Tau alumna), most outstanding faculty/staff member.
Other individual honors include Margaret Hossley, Anna Guerra & Amy Martin, 1990-91 Indian Scouts; Bridgette Jackson, co-captain of the 1991-92 Warbonnets (drill team); Lisa Fortenberry & Pam Crews, Panhellenic Honor Society officers; Laura Hendry, second runner up in the Miss NLU Pageant; Lynnel Bates, Lisa Fortenberry, & Anna Guerra, Student Government Association; Renee Lee, Margaret Hossley, Mary Kay Lipair, & Jennifer Carbo, Prep Staff (orientation); and Amy Martin, treasurer of the Residence Hall Association.
REGION IX
Alpha Gamma Washington State
Members of the Alpha Gamma Chapter at Washington State U. heaved a big sigh of relief as finals week ended May 10th, followed by commencement the next day.
During the summer the chapter house was remodeled to add a new dining room, a formal living room, and an extension of the rec/study room. The exterior of the house was also improved.
During the past school year, the chapter worked hard to get back to the roots of sisterhood. Chapter members completed over 1,500 community service hours, and they came to appreciate the importance of this work and how much help is needed within the community. Working together for various causes also helped the sisters grow closer to each other.
Alpha Phi
Montana State U.
Alpha Phi Chapter at Montana State U . had a successful 1990-91 school year, reports Danelle Wheeler.
During fall quarter the chapter pledged quota and the chapter presi^ ' dent, Adrine Wheeler was crowned the 1990 football queen. On Halloween chapter members joined with the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity to hold the annual Spookhouse in Bozeman. International President Barbara Hunt was the guest of honor at the chapter's
Founders' Day celebration.
During winter quarter chapter
members participated in a new com- munity service program called Peanut Butter Pals. This program was begun by Bozeman alumnae to give extra support to children whose parents did not take an active interest in their
scholastic activities. Each AOII who participated had lunch once a week with her Peanut Butter Pal to offer that student friendship and support
The chapter won Greek Week for the second year in a row during spring quarter. At the Panhellenic Banquet, the chapter received awards for the highest grades and for community service. The quarter ended with initiation.
Chapter members are looking forward to Alpha Phi's joint 75th Anniversary/Founders' Day celebration the weekend of February 23, 1992. Alumnae are urged to attend.
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Chi Alpha
U. of California,
Davis
The Chi Alpha Chapter at the U. of California at Davis had an eventful 1990^91 school year, reports Kristen Schneider.
Fall quarter began with a visit from RVP Barbara Rhinehart during rush in which 28 women pledged. Rush was followed by a chapter retreat at Clear Lake. In November chapter members hosted a reception for professors and administrators, and during December they baked cookies and made Christmas ornaments for their annual visit to the Davis Boys Home.
In January, 24 members were initiated. Later that month Chi Alpha celebrated Founders' Day with Delta Sigma, Sigma, and local alumnae. Chapter members sold Valentine candy to raise money for arthritis research.
In the spring chapter members participated in Greek Week which benefits a local camp for underpriv- ileged children. Other philanthropic


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activities included answering tele- phones for an arthritis telethon, deco- rating the pediatric ward of the U.C. Davis Medical Center, delivering meals and working an auction for the funding and building of the Davis Project Playpark, and, most importantly, Chi Alpha's 72-hour continual tetter-totter marathon which raised money for arthritis research.
Other spring events included the annual Mother/Daughter Luncheon, a theme dance, and the Senior Awards Banquet. Chapter members sent in over 1,000 postcards to the Hot Summer Days Contest which probably contributed to the mention of AOII on the soap opera "Santa Barbara" in July.
Individual honors include Christine Rochotte and Nicole Gould who were recognized for having the highest GPAs in the College of Agriculture and Environmental Science. Cathy Schneider was selected a Panhellenic rush counselor. Janell Odom won a place on the National B Team for water polo, and Melissa Minkin was on the tennis team that went to the nationals. Elena Miller and Jen Kahsen were chosen for the Davis in D.C. program.
Please send me more information about becoming a Chapter Consultant
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Chapter
Graduation Date
Send to:
Kathryn Crow
Coordinator of Programs & Training AOII International Headquarters 9025 Overlook Blvd.
Brentwood, TN 37027
Delta Sigma
San Jose State U.
Members of the Delta Sigma Chapter at San Jose State U. are excited about their upcoming move across campus to a new house, reports Diana C. Humphrey. Chapter members ap- preciate the support and hard work of the local alumnae in making this possible.
Highlights of the past year include homecoming week during which the chapter won first place in the yellfest competition and Michelle Taylor was selected a homecoming queen finalist.
Elizabeth Kerns organized the third annual Mr. Fraternity contest for the benefit of arthritis research. Chapter members also participated in a street cleaning philanthropic event with T au Kappa Epsilon and Pi Kappa Alpha.
During spring semester the chapter initiated 16 women. Other spring events were Greek Week, Founders' Day, and a house retreat in Monterey.
Tracie Onstad, rush chairman, organized a workshop with the Chi Alpha sisters in Davis, CA.
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The chapter helped Sigma Nu with their "Kennedy Day" philanthropy at a local elementary school. Several chapter members participated in the March of Dimes Walk America for Muscular Dystrophy.
At the spring Panhellenic awards dessert, Michelle Taylor was named "Greek Woman of the Year." Michelle has been selected as a Chapter Consultant.
Delta Sigma's soccer and softball teams were both undefeated season champions. Individual honors includ- ed: Colleen Devlin, Suzie Elliott, Vera Schwirzke, Lisa T aravella, and Michelle Taylor, Order of Omega; Denise Aydelott, Tanya Davis and Michelle Taylor, Black Mask; and Suzie Elliott and Diana Humphrey, Golden Key National Honor Society. Bert Stanfill was selected as a member of the Associated Students "55 Club", the 55 best all-around students in the university. Bert was also elected vice president of a service fraternity.
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I The 1991-92 Chapter Consultants are: front row, from left, Lisa Gale, Holly Eippert, I Jennifer Gordon; back row, from left, Melissia Anderson, Melissa Blair, Leslie ! Yanik, Michelle Taylor, & Beth Kuchta. Read more about them in the winter issue of
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Dear Sisters:
I am so pleased to have this opportunity to tell you all the exciting news of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation. Never before have alumnae risen to the challenge so well, as evidenced by the increased giving from sisters of all ages. You are the cause of our success and because of you, the Foundation was able to provide more grants to the AOII Fraternity, needy sisters, and our philanthropy, Arthritis Research, than ever before. The Foundation Board of Directors sends its deepest gratitude to our thousands of donors.
During the 1990-91 fiscal year, the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation was the recipient of an outpouring of support from alumnae throughout the country as well as increased giving from our collegiate and alumnae chapters. A record $314,648 was donated to the Foundation from July 1, 1990 through June 30, 1991. This represents an increase of 24% over the $254,752 contributed during the previous year.
As you read the following pages, I know you will first turn to your chapter to find the names of sisters you know who contributed this year. Then, take a look at the Foundation highlights scattered throughout the donor list. Also, be sure to watch future issues of To Dragma for more details about the upcoming merger of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation and the Diamond Jubilee Foundation.
With success comes a responsibility to I pass that challenge on to you and know the AOII Foundation. Roses to you!
Fraternally,
Elise Moss, Foundation
succeed in subsequent years. you will continue to support
TA '70 President


The following list of contributors includes all alumnae who made gifts to the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1990 and ending June 30, 1991.
ALPHA
Barnard College
Wheat Club
Hester M. Rusk
ALPHA BETA
Florida Atlantic U.
Friends
Rosemary Connolly Villwock
ALPHA BETA TAU
Thomas More College
Friends
Stacey Houston Butler Angela Marie Diebold Buffie Kae Rains
ALPHA CHI
Western Kentucky U.
Wheat Club
Sylvia Hallenberger Klein
Sponsor
Rachel Smith Allen Eleanor James Kennedy Karen Fiddelke Towell
Sustaining Member
Marsha Bird Bordas Juanita Overhults Brown Brenda Clark Gottula Debra Stahl Halbig
Mary Lynne Rousseau Roberta Joanne Steder
Friends
Beth Anne Bachman Darragh Moffat Bailey Janet Hoover Baxter Karen Miley Bere Lindy Foster
Mary Davis Friedman Debra Wade Gray
Alice Haneline Griffin Ronda Finley Harmon Emily Collings Hazelrigg Sheila Faye Henderson Barbara Koehler Higdon Nancy Lottes Luetkehans Susan Ward Nally
Jamie Nichols
Angela Diane Schieman Toni Dyer Sibalich
Julie Ross Siepman
Laura Denise Simmons Linda Diane Steder
Sandra Duerr Wettig Jennifer Selene Williamson
ALPHA DELTA
U. of Alabama
Sponsor
Catherine Taylor Moore Sally Pulliam Ryan Sara Howard Sowell Lydia Denson Staples
Sustaining Member
Mary Stinson Bell Monica Fichtner Bell Cheryl Duncan Brantly Mary Buffler Bryant
Melissa Barton Hagopian Deborah Ann Hood Carole Jurenko Jones Susan Barnes Kyle
Mary Baxley Morgan Connie Diane Pickett Virginia Lewis Rhea
Friends
Tamara Brown Atkins Julie Taylor Autrey Sandra Ann Chung Donna Rumore Cusimano Pamela Baquir Eastwold Sherri Tucker Freeman Lisa Susanne Grider Pamela Barber Gunnels Dorothy Hardwick Hardy Kathleen Winn Hasty
Lori Thornton Henry
Priscilla Troup Herring
Edna Lane Kelley
Lisa Ann Lorino
Deborah Morris Mihalko Andrea Marie Pappas
Michele Louise Pastor
Natalie Reid Rafalsky
Dolores White Rhodes
Susan Jones Rohrer
Susan McCullough Shenefield Leisa Barton Taylor
ALPHA KAPPA
Lillian Krulatz Hughes Joan Hansen Jacobsen Margaret Scott Reeves
Sustaining Member
Jacqueline Miner Bean Margaret Olson Crennen Julie Paugh Curd
Nancy Diehl Dear Gretchen Thornton Frisby Jean Lenham Hansen Diana Lentz Hart
Helen Wolf Hoffman Dorothy Dell Lough Marjory Wampler Mayfield Nancy Stenson Moore Maxine McElvain O'Brien Mary Francesca Palffy Gyla Marmont Smith Lorene Alice Stranahan Martha Wright Suter Margaret Moser Wallace Ginger Stanley Walter
Friends
Erin Jai Abbey
Helen Waite Adam
Jane Liquin Ahrendes Nancy Adams Ashworth Alice Perrin Barber
Jean Van Sice Berry Christy Jo Bitz
Kathleen Smith Brinkman Judith Doering Carlsson Kimberly Anderson Center Cecelia Thompson Cites Helen Boiler Clark
Kyrre Dikken Culver
Diane Gomer Dailey
Mila Parkin Divers
Mary Taylor Fjeld
Ann Stoken Gillis
Virginia McCoy Good Jane Doering Gumprecht Betty Kountz Hennessy Kathleen Vaughn Holm Eunice Hunt Hutton Denise Ann Jacobson Janet Russell Johnston Sheri Luft Larsen
Dorothy Searle Lyall Erlene Biggs Mazuranich Colleen Kay McGowan
Jean Stehlik Miller
Lou Valjacic Montgomery Margaret Simpson Nolan Patricia Erickson Odell Mary Morton Olson
Ethel Rend Orlich
Janice Mayfield Ozimek Susan Rawlings-Marshall Janet Taylor Russell Charlotte Benson Scarlett Audrey Marie Scifres Vicki Claire Sherick
Mary Liquin Taylor Sharon Hoy Taylor
Daryl Davis Todd
Freda Chamberlin Toner Beverly Landes Townsend Debra Olson Tuomi
Mary Batch Whitham
ALPHA PI
Florida State U.
Sponsor
Angela Griley Creed
Julia Kennon Dunn Martha Baumrucker Galek Lucile Dale Haag
Mary Mask Michael Pamela Mathis Thomas
Sustaining Member
Valerie Moore Clayton Karen Glendinning Givens Robyn Kimble Green Katharine Martin Guajardo Bobbie McFee James Carol Elizabeth Membert Sara Parise Ridolph
Esta Coverman Tishgart
Friends
Betty Mcmullen Brooks Joyce Hix Dannecker
Mary Carter Dillingham Paula Walker Dorris
Gail Hibbe Ewing
Lucinda Homko Filomio Barbara Card Lansford Frances Richardson Olin Kathleen Mullarky Richards Janet Crosby Rou
Marjorie Norman Salis
Gwendolyn Hopkins Tenold Ailsa McKelvey Tjaden Ruth Skacil Valois
Marjorie Parker Wessel
Gena Whitt Tolleson
ALPHA GAMMA
Margaret Bres Abshire Bonnie Marie Dunlap Gayle Ahern Keller
Sustaining Member
Lyle Maier Bayle
Vijean Piazza Burden Elaine Defrances Ellis
Irma Kenney Gilmer
Louise Smith Hall
Virginia Maddox Shepherd Jane Marker Snook
Sheila Vanderbrook Trahan
Friends
Marilyn Larson Bordelon Mary Olsen Duke
JoAnn Cline Humble Kathryn Lobrano Moyse Willie Oquin Percy Marjorie Hunt Sandewrs
Washington
Sponsor
State
U.
Nora Diane Carlson Deborah Ann Hernas Evelyn Krause Hickman Susan Daiger Schell
Sustaining Member
Janice Magnuson Amsberry Linda Kaye Broeckel
Judy Stein Falk
Anna Manolopoulos Heim Opal Jenkin Hill
Peggy Moss Ostrander Denise Novacoff Sprague
Friends
Kelly Kimberly Bennett Katherine Nikko Bishop Sydne Vallandigham Bradley Janet Lehn Connors
Sandra Gee Edwards Kathryn Byrne Hennessey Phyllis Lambert Hoffmann Gayle Brenda Home
Adria Veleke Hubbard
Donna Marie Johnson
Julie Beckel Johnson RaeDene Sorensen Johnson Lonnie Kremer Kaufman Rose Jones Mackie
Ruby Hazlett Parker
Diane Newgard Pehl
Kellie Schuster Raftis
Joanne Brown Robison Linda Panasuk Seibold Susan Anderson Shinn Danielle Mary Steele
Angela Kelly Stevens
Terri Kay Stremel
Pamela Ahlf Teglovic
Patricia Maslac Vallandigham Pamela Green Vilhauer
Leola Russ Wheeler
A L P H A
Montana
P H I
State
U.
U. of North
Wheat Club
Alabama
Laura Brush Burcham
S p o n s o r
Linda Leigh Hyde
Friends
Theresa Collins Davis
Mary Tinsley Deaton
Laura Tinsley Scott
Janice McReynolds Smedley Amy Foster Wingard
A L P H A
Oregon
R H O
State U.
A L P H A
O M I C R O N
Rose Club
Carol Ann Cooper
Wheat Club
Audrey Wiencken Smith
Sponsor
Carol Joyce Clark Gayle Fitzpatrick Jeannette Rice Hewitt Anne Reid Steele
Sustaining Member
Natalie Essig Cantrell
Jill Price Chesnutis
Cynthia Androsky Cummings Shirley Abrams Davis
Molly Taylor Jackson Georgena Samson Knapp Barbara Bierer Long
Kathleen Obrien Petrucela Susan Shepherd Romano Joan Zimpelman Shalikashvili Meredith Thomson Walters
Friends
Patricia Skoch Armstrong Sarah Jane Battelle
Lori Bertelson Bennett
Monte Middlebusher Campbell Catherine Prior Cannella Barbara Walter Carlson
Jo Steagall Clark
Sally McConnell Galver Constance Connell Gates Margaret Doeneka Mathews Faye Lee Mcwilliams Claudine Kaufman Morrow Shannon Sabel Morton Myrnie Clayton Neil
Sharon Griffith Peterson Candace Pierson-Charlton Mary Krueger Putt
Margaret Benton Russell Stacie Rouse Seedall Crystal Wilcox Sowersby Colleen Hise Tilney
Bonnie Wyland Townsend Kimra Kay Warren
Janet Olson Wheeler
ALPHA SIGMA
U. of Oregon
Sponsor
Signe Rasmussen Asendorf
Sustaining Member
Joan Herbranson Agerter Joyce Newberg Allen Jeanette Harbert Anderson Mildred Martin Cramer Carrol Pageler Kirk
Edith Clement Laborde Georgie Davidson Lowden Dorothy Hallin Miller Luola Benge Rehfeld Carol Emmons Rose
Jean Carkin Sanesi Barbara Proebstel Seymour Donna Ketchum Westfall
Louisiana
Sponsor
State
U.
Rose Club
Blanche Franklin Chilcote
Sponsor
Diane Booth Granger Katherine Kane Helppie
In June 1990, the Foundation Board of Directors voted
to restructure the Foundation Giving Clubs increasing the number of clubs and raising cumulative levels for the top giving clubs. These changes were made to better honor all levels of giving to the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation. Cumulative gifts to any of the Foundation's funds are counted toward membership in a giving club. The new giving clubs are:
Founders'Roll Alpha Circle Omicron Circle Pi Circle
Ruby Club
Rose Club
Wheat Club Sponsor
Sustaining Member Friend
by the
$100,000 or more $50,000 to $99,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $10,000 to $24,999
$5,000 to $9,999 $1,000 to $4,999 $500 to $999 $250 to $499 $125 to $249 $1 to $124


Friends
Dorothy Jensen Ayers Helen Anderson Chown Helen Campbell Cochran Ruth Ellen Dexter
Evelyn Hogue Dickson
Kay Frances Dolan
Deborah Strauss Eason Geraldine Walker Flagle Mary Sexton Gordon
Cheryl Fifer Hallquist Deborah Simpson Hennessy Harriett Banbury Holland Jane Abriel Jones
Phyllis Bryan Kerr
Helen Hoefer Olsen Roberta Wilcox Roe Virginia Miller Timmerman Gladys Battleson Tupling Barbara Crowell Wood
ALPHA TAU
Denison U.
Wheat Club
Julia Mills Littlejohn Jane Wonders Stitt
Sponsor
Janet Pierce Conway
Alice Kurohara Fujimoto Dorothy Hartshorn Kortepeter Lillian King Nicholl
Natalie Cowan Scharre Margaret Vanhorn Stearns Mildred Hull Sweeder
Helen Krueger Wahlers
Sustaining Member
Lucy Virginia Bell
Jean King Brown
Natalie Hasbrook Del Porte Grace Smith Greene Josephine Arthur Hedges Irene Koerner
Margery Wiltgen Male Barbara Denison O'Connor Barbara Easterday Schwarting Susie Shelton Shawkey
Jane Cockerill Sweeder
Jane Scully Taylor
Marjorie Jump Walker
Wilda Wiest Webster
Friends
Edith Lillian Breining Virginia Garnham Detzel Jean Gregg Ferguson Phyllis Dininger Freed Jean Mitchell Green Joanne Elizabeth Kunz Beverly Berman Mack Dorothy Jeannette Marlow Martha Robuck Morris Carol Taylor Muldoon Mary Estey Nash
Marjorie Osborn Roeder Dorothy Funk Sisson Doris Gregg Smith
Ruth Geil Warner
Joan Hess Wolsiefer Mildred Louise Wyatt
ALPHA THETA
Coe College
Sustaining Member
Peggy Hoffmann Fermier Linda Martin McLaughlin Rose Boalbey Rudin
Friends
Michele Lenise Leftwich Kathleen Krier Moorehead Janet Lynn Osborne Zsanet Christine Pettit Ann Rogers Rodebaugh
Janet Knopf Lincoln Donna Corey Maddock Wilma Helfrich Malarik Carol Rans Marsh
Irma Shumway Martinson Ann Reed Meredith Helen Hutula Minichelli Suzann Price Norton Carol Swope Packard Mary Dierker Reiter Patricia Brady Sargeant Mildred Pickett Scheele Sallea Moore Tisch Marilynn Italiano Ward Norene Castor Weismiller
Anna Greenawalt Diggins Jean Drevenstedt
Mary Dobbins Dunn Elizabeth Fellmy Eskew Patricia Kooken Golgart Marie Hlavacek Holbrooke Mary Seiple Kilman
Ruth Mueller Kleymeyer Josephine Walsh McConnell Laura Gilliam McDowell Mary Whiteley McKnight Rita Mendenhall Mengon
M. Atkins Morningstar Nona Neff Oesterle
Selma Drabing Pond
Mary Mcllveen Rose Gwendolyn Ruth Sharp Winifred Black Spaulding Ruth Elizabeth Thompson Geneva Crayden Wiseman
Sustaining Member
Barbara Alice Aman
Dawn Bullard Barrett Reba Pendry Brock
Mona Dees Clare Elizabeth Kaser Clark Susie Trueman Cummings Virginia Steele Fauber Helen Marie Flanagan Eleanor Jane Garber Daisy Hinkle Garton Dorothy Allis Gebbie
Sally Gray Gies
Wilberta Teeple Guthrie Rosemary Ruffing Hannell Joan Barnhisel Heaston Lisa Anfenson Henning Audrey Smith Hiller
Janice Graves Keucher Mary Stout Killela
Mary Spurgeon Kitchel Barbara Russell Kuzman Diane Schultze Leland Ryta Craig Lett
Rosemary Laughlin Lynn Pamela Jessup Macri
Mary Parkes Marx
Marjorie Swihart McCague Donna Phelps Meyerhoven Virginia Moore
Hal lie Keen Moyer
Mary Mahon Munchak
Lisa Marie Niedenthal Mary Cave Nordhoff
May Lester Patterson
Ann Carter Rinne
Joanne Bowlby Speyer Julia Myers Tindall
Nancy Stiles Wagoner
Rae Davis Walk
Lisa Snouffer Warren Carolyn Hasler Winters
Friends
Mildred Akey Acker Mildred Frazee Allen Sally Elizabeth Ammon Joan Davis Bach
Mary Yeager Backer
Janice LeDrew Besson
Laurel Breniman Blewett Benita Knierim Book
Lynda McCain Brooks
Mary Griffiths Cross
Marcia Jane Daily
Kathleen McComb Daley Cathy Underwood Dauenhauer Adrienne Dewitt DeWitt
Natalie A DiPietro
Beverly Cade Ernest
Kristen Lynn Ernsting
Frances Luke Ferguson Suzanne Blice Gould Mary Bir Guard
Bernice Greenawalt Haley Marthanelle Foley Hantz Christa Kaye Hart
Phyllis Knapp Henderson Lana Dunigan Hensley Analie Shaw Hepley Mary Cortese Hilz Wanita Gilchrist Hinshaw Marilynn Bolitho Hodges Billie Marsh Hurt Stephanie Lynn Hyten Marilyn King Irvin
Venitia Harpster Johnson Peggy Hernicz Kilmer Susan Marie Laker
Kay Gilbert Linson Sandra Hanna Liston Mildred Townsend Long Susan Roach Mann Elizabeth McCoy McClary Mary McConnell McKee Lynn Marie Mensing Dolores Herron Miller Joan Bonewitz Minsel Frances Roberts Mitchell Janet Anne Neely
Carol Kuder Pictor Florence Louise Rich Juanita Barwick Ringer Ann Mooney Roberts Robin Ann Roberts Martha Houlehan Sayler Ruth Vedell Schaaf
Betty Funk Sepanek Cheryl Regan Sharps Rebecca Snepp Stiles Marjorie Merckx Stump Ann Butler Van Cleave Cynthia Cron Walker
Julie Pope Welch
Barbara Kirkeiner Winzurk Evelyn Cooper Zolman
BETA PI
Eastern Michigan U.
Sustaining Member
Cynthia Louise Given Barbara Jean Zolnierczak
Friends
Neesa Miles Hoskin Ingrid Blom Sheldon Mary Kirr Stephens Sally Gustavson Taylor
BETA RHO
U. of Montana
Sponsor
Renda Lue Greene
Sustaining Member
Barbara Wilson Ifft Deanna Elaine Whitley
Friends
Yvonne Miniati Madsen
BETA SIGMA
BETA TAU
U. of Toronto
Friends
Carolyn Lacey Bedingham Mary Ecclestone Benson Anna Luisa DiLorenzo
M. Snider Hoadley
Carol Ann O'Rourke
B E T A T H E T A
Butler U.
Rose Club
Ruth McClurg Brown
Wheat Club
Mary-Alice Burch Fizer
Sustaining Member
Jasemine Bush Donahue Frances Shera Fessler Virginia Sheely Thompson Lucile Palmer Wright
Friends
Frances Richardson McCully Katherine Murphy Pelham
CHI
Syracuse U.
Rose Club
Martha Garrahan Hazard
Wheat Club
Marcia Bond Evans
Sponsor
Phoebe Goodwin Bibbens Barbara Ernst Bruening Carolyn Oliver Collier Ada Marshall Fearon Adell Woessner Meacham Mildred Sittser Olsen
Sustaining Member
Nancy Lynn Blum
Amelita Colangelo
Norma Palmer Cole
Marie Harcharufka Dixon Barbara Dutcher-Campbell Jane Anna Flynn
Helen Bogosta Gilbert Frances Lugg Harrington Helen Nye Jenkins Dorothy Lane Oliver Mary Brodbeck Peterson
Friends
Kelly Anne Bennin Lucille Dewitt Brink Helen McNees Burnham Lorraine Marie Chanatry Margaret Wootton Dow Gail Ellen Eckstein Helen Marriner Eldredge Helen Panebaker Farrell Jacquelyne Beth Freilich Alice Foote Gwynn
Ruth Marsh Haggerty Betsy Lynn Katz
Cynthia Helen Lewis Susan Rachel Lindbergh Joyce Santamaria Martin Ruth Sydney Merchant Shirley Sears Mills Elisabeth Jane Osnos Miriam Wenker Pembleton Ruth Hawks Perry
Karen Louise Poppenberg
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BETA CHI
Kentucky College
Wesleyan
Sustaining Member
Barbara Nass Gatz
Friends
Sandra Dalton Hoover Sally Magruder Standiford
BETA DELTA
Villanova U.
Friends
Barbara Anne Bell Linda Ann Goss Patricia Ann McGrath Linda Jean Norton
BETA EPSILON
BETA KAPPA
U. of British
Columbia
Bemidji
Sponsor
Slate
U.
Ann Bloornquist Hougham
Sustaining Member
Stephanie Hobson Gutner Vera Adaline Killion Lorrie Johnson Leahigh Lisa Setlak Roth
Elinor Brown Thorstenson Nancy Ohr Travis Michelle Sadler Williams Karen Schmitt Young
Friends
Gail Elaine Berns
Lorie Bergstrom Bleyer Cheryl MacTavish Burke Annabelle Boubelik Cordes Patricia Perkins Day
Jean Ittner Goldenstein
Suan Guess-Hanson
Judith Harding Jay
Carolaan Jones
Cynthia M Nessler
Linda Wulff Norton
Julie Fedder Olberding
Joan Pettis Priest
Donna Arlene Rekau
Laura Celeste Rosentreter Sheila Renee Starkey
Sandra Wefenstette Thornton Susan Kratz Watkins
Mary Parker Yount
BETA PHI
Indiana U.
Rose Club
Edith Huntington Anderson
Wheat Club
Margery Carole Laycock Catherine Ohnemus McGowan Nancy Samek Singleton
Mary Jenkins Whitlock
Sponsor
Rosemary Vioni Benson Juliana Bane Bordner Yvonne Park Boseker Margaret Thompson Bowles Huldah Slagle Clark
Jessie Mitchell Cross Louise Tschmel Dames
Judith Erickson
BETA GAMMA
Michigan Stale
Rose Club
U.
Patricia Velliquette Koproski Irene Wagar Oestrike
Ann Wynkoop Petrak
Wheat Club
Susan Dana Elder Helen Lee Foster Louise Muncie Roehm
Sponsor
Carol Wolfe Mendrick Donna Messenger Rowe Sandra Obeshaw Slee Carol Des Jardins Wilcox
Sustaining Member
Jane Engel Allen
Nancy Willis Griffiths Dorothy Balanean Hopkin Sally Vegors Janis
Joanne Attwood Kettles Judy Miller Kruger Sharon Ruth McKee Barbara Spehar Millington Marylyn Hileman Neuder Wilma Pinch Peek
Marcia Martin Ruhling Jeanne Catlin Stauffer
Friends
Yvonne Emerson Black Judith Ormsby Bradley Carolyn Berry Brown Anne MacMillan Clute Marjorie Blanchette Dewey Elizabeth Baker Fritz Helen Hughes Fry
Jean Grant Gardner Margaret Ann George Mari Larsen Kelley Annabell Pink Kennedy
Boise State
Friends
U.
Sustaining Member
Leslie Janet MacLean
BETA LAMBDA
Illinois
Wheat
Wesleyan
Club
U.
Janice Grant Bean Kelly Jackson Easton Jennifer Ann Kester Karen Kuhn Ralstin


Rose Milwick Riley
Mary Williams Rowley
Gloria Frankenbach Sandstrom Elenore Ivory Smykal
Ami Snyderman
Stephanie Elisabeth Souza Ellin Grace Sullivan
Deborah ETabs
Joan Wallick Vanzo
Sherryl Rothberg Young
CHI ALPHA
U. of California-Davis
Sponsor
Susan Lynn Appleton Marian Rule Cope
Kathryn Tribbey Fitzgerald Irene Yuuko Yamamoto
Sustaining Member
Nancy Elizabeth Madsen Elizabeth Reed McHale Janellen Nolan Quisenberry Katherine Douglass White
Friends
Eda Rasmussen Davis Jennifer Vanessa Dollard Brenda Ann Erwin
Olga Eftihia Koutalides Carol Louise Landry
Joan Elizabeth Launier
Lori Cox Nyblom
Johnette Leikam Peterson Celeste Le Mieux Shaw
Lisa Hansen Vander Meulen Katherine Shephard Weiner
CHI BETA
U. of Virginia
Sustaining Member
Mary Dalton Baril
Friends
Rachel Mara Gluckman Patricia Ann Meyer
Lynne Jean Strobel Mary Milam Walker
Barbara Mullen Borenstein Yvonne Tobias Burry Susan Margaret Duff
Mary Kasic Duffy
Patricia Smith Ewen Marguerite Johnson Holden Elizabeth Jones Johnson Elaine Sterling Lindquist Florence Miller Lynch
Jean Muller MacKimmie Cheryl Blasdel Markley Karin Gustafson Nelson Alberta Myers Nicholson Geraldine Prince Parker Dolores Zemke Schooley Dianne Dodds Schwarz Mary McElwain Sewell Suzanne Brown Slade Diane Janine Summers Marlyn Atkinson Taylor Millicent deBelle Whitwell
CHI LAMBDA
U. of Evansville
Rose Club
Elizabeth Romine Coffey
Wheat Club
Mabel Snyder Landis Robin Gooch Norris Mary Antoinette Reitz
Sponsor
Linda Capin Paine
Sustaining Member
Marianna Andres Carolyn Patterson Brown Emily Fischer Freund Margaret Korff Kinkel Cecile Hovda Klamer Debra Price Moore
Anne Louise Powell Marilyn Engle Simms
Friends
Virginia Allen Beesley
Mary Mengon Bernhardt Wilhelmine Stirn Borders Heather Anne Bruce
Jeanne Marie Carter
Joni Kathleen Dornburg Anita Louise Horn
Patricia Ann Howell
Virginia Meyer Kreke
Corian Stambaugh Lundquist Janet Maureen McHugh Margaret McKinney
Evette Murphy Meagher June Hamilton Meyer Rebecca Creech Nimnicht Allison Smith Renaud Susan Sander Riggs
Heidi Kaye Rogovich
Emily Hard Sanderson
Lois Ryon Schmidt
Anita Steinhagen Schneider Jane Knight Steinkamp Judy Buffenbarger Torrence Ruth McGinness Trott Susanna Blaine Wehrman Rebecca Shipley Ziga
CHI OMICRON
Central State U.
Sponsor
Linda Patterson Braden
Sustaining Member
Linda Peters Collier
CHI PSI
Cal-Poly State U.
Friends
Denise Louise Ansolabehere Sally Lawler Ducklow Deborah Lynne Graham Karen J. Isaacson
Friends
Loraine Jordan Kent
DELTA Tu«s U.
R o s e C l u b
Margaret Baxter McArdle
Wheat Club
Letitia Doble Rader Annabelle Evelyn Robbins
Sponsor
Constance Clark Blanchard Ruth Bloy Ely
Sustaining Member
Blanche Downing Penniman Jean Colgate Stafford
Alice Hayden Wilkey
Friends
Diana Lynn Bentley llene Magnus Boyden Alice Craton Bryant Meredith Stevens Coon Eleanor Richardson Daly Toni Marie Glasser Norma Reed Heinold Margaret Harris Henry Marie Kean Hewey
Joan Morey Holland
Sybil McKinley Killourhy Jennie HaeRan Kwon
Eleanor C Leadbeater
Marie Herlihy Ledden
Ann Maher McCarthy
Nunzia Rosa Merlino
Caroline Conant Minnisch Beth Ringer Moran
Caroline Dyer Norrington Lois Miriam O'Brien
Nancy Mown/ Ober Constance Handy Richardson Ursula Tully Thompson
DELTA ALPHA
U. of Missouri-Columbia
Friends
Sharon Ann Angle
Heather Lynn Dewey Kathleen Marie DiCarlo Laura Ann LeGrand
Dana Lynne Moreland Rochelle Lynn Rasnic Katharine Marguerite Taylor Lisa Beckerman Thompson
Delta Beta
U. of Southwest Louisiana
Sponsor
Karen Willis Bernard Nancy Tuttle Boisture Florence Sanders Jones
Sustaining Member
Bette Lewis Armentor Lorelei Cangelosi Dehart
Friends
Camille Durand Johnson Anna Hoffman Krewitz Cindy Livaudais Roth
Delta Chi
U. of Delaware
Sustaining Member
Katherine Thackrah Graham Nancy Gallo Speake
Friends
Elizabeth Mary Adams Theresa Ann Cardinal
Jill Wilhelmina Costigan Jennifer Fisk Cutler
Veronica Marie Diaz
Bonnie Weinberger Finkelstein Deborah Griffith Foster
Lynley Bage Fow
CHI
U. of
DELTA
Colorado
Rose Club
Marilyn Kennedy Goss
Wheat Club
Jane K. Beard
Elizabeth McCarver Tolson
S p o n s o r
Betty Nichols Bacon Paula Gene Barta
Ruth Olson Gatchell
Ann Morgan Hayslip Marjorie Ann Herzberger Joanne Bruland O'Dwyer Diane Panagakis Rouman Mary Shook Weinberg
Sustaining Member
Marcia Hunt Brewer Jane Mannweiler Cardea Leslie Helhena Delaney Imogene Hadley Dodson Laverne Long Ferguson Abby Goldstein Fisher Stella White Fitts
Judith Keck Hutchison Nancy Setter Karl Margie Arbaugh Lamar Susan Reid Mattem Paula Sparre McLean Beth Lewis Milam
Effie Gleason Miles Beverly Lutz Morse Norma Yankocy Riffel Anna Barker Schroeder Beverly Rabe So
Joan Lott Starika
Mary Rose White
Friends
Ada Smith Anderson Eleanor Yockers Becher
CHI SIGMA
Centenary
College
Foundation Receives $20,000 Gift from Natalie Overall Warren
Over 700 alumnae and collegains cheered during the Foundation Luncheon at International Convention after learning that Natalie Overall Warren had donated $20,000 to the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation for the Endowment Fund. This gift, which had been received in May, was announced by Kay Sutherlin, 1989-91 Foundation President.
Natalie Overall Warren has been a loyal and generous sister of Alpha Omicron Pi since 1917 when she became a founding member, along with her sister Katrina, of Nu Omicron at Vanderbilt University. After graduation from Vanderbilt, she married William Kelly Warren who, a year later, organized Warren Petroleum Company and was President of the company until it became a subsidiary of Gulf Oil. Natalie has been very involved in all aspects of AOII and is a past Rose Award recipient.
Natalie's sister, Katrina Overall McDonald, was International President of Alpha Omicron Pi from 1925 through 1927.
Through the years, Natalie has bestowed many gifts upon the AOII Foundation including $10,000 for the present International Headquarters. In remembering AOII, she has also continued to support Nu Omicron Chapter.
The $20,000 will be used to fund the Natalie Overall Warren Fund which will be a lasting honor to Natalie. In making this magnanimous gift, Mrs. Warren said, "Iso enjoy the wonderful memories of my involvement in years past. I feel God has been very good to me, and I pray that His blessings may be with you always."
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• ENDOWMENT FUND • ARTHRITIS RESEARCH FUND •
RUBY FUND
FOUNDATIO
Friends, Cont'd Laura Anne Hurst Gail Susan Knecht Susan Louise Murphy M Kathleen Phillips Leigh Ann Remy
Lisa Marie Ritthaler Sharon Welch Ruth Debra Lynn Segal Margaret Ann Stoddard Patricia Carol Tobiasz Kimberly Waldron
DELTA DELTA
Auburn U.
Rose Club
Winifred Perkins Smith
Sponsor
Merrilyn Louise Cook Virginia South West
Sustaining Member
Louise Jackson Cole Betty Forrest Coleman Margaret Trafton Foti Nancy Carr Garrett Michal Hearn Hopson Patti Horn
Katherine Trafton Leaver Audrey Howard Lowe Reta Allen McKannan Marie Elaine McLeod Angela Kennedy Payne Olivia Woodall Riggan Cynthia Weinberg Russo Adrianne Smith Wallace Vicki Pate York
Friends
Mary Hundley Adams
Julia Smith Alexander Carolyn Elizabeth Buffler Joann Murphy Burke Ramona Raine Glascock Frances Watson Greene Shana Christine Grimes Brenda Bonds Howell Cynthia Leigh Huggins Katherine Jackson Marshall Eileen Ferrell McVeigh Vicki Lupo Metcalf
Mary Doby Moorehead Sharon Motisi Myers Marcia Tatum Overstreet Janice Elizabeth Pierce Virginia Musgrove Slay Pamela Wright Spengeman Joyce Hamilton Stallcup Toni Thompson Turpen Patricia Neill Vaccaro Carla Lauruhn Valdes
Jana Wasden Walker Robyne Sue Weir Virginia Catherine White
DELTA OMEGA
Murray State U.
Sustaining Member
Carrie Welborn Brookshire Jeanene Lynn Edwards
Friends
Sherri Skelton Baker Mary Davenport Cavanah Kimberly Oles Goff
Linda Durham Ledford Leigh Hall Lilly
Laurie Faye Marvin
DELTA PHI
Diane Harlow Powell Marilyn Vasey San Martin Mary Carli Smith
Isabel Navarro Steffan Margaret Ann Waldron Juanita Shaw Whittaker Cathy Anne de Wolfe
EPSILON ALPHA
Penn State U.
Rose Club
Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie
Wheat Club
Hazel Davis Heaton
Sponsor
Gladys Raemsch Betts
Debra Trueax Eilert
Lenore Hofmann Freitag Nancy Baier Gilbert
Marilyn Minor Haas
Margaret DeSilver Hursh Dorothy Jane Jennings
Betty Widger Johler
Joanne Yergey Keith
Barbara Beatty Phillips Kathryn Aungst Reed
Barbara Engstrom Schumachei Marjorie Cousley Winkler Mary Belle Zahn
Sustaining Member
Mary Leworthy Bachmann Shirley Camp Belke Annamae Blount Bigoney Selena Wunderlich Bing Gertrude Louise Bryant Linda Doolittle Bushar Frances Speicher Fileger Catherine O'Connor Greider Doris Rumage Hellmund Jennifer Knauer Johnson Marion Eberts Johnson Barbara Frederick Junker Barbara Elizabeth Moser Barbara Torrence Nelson Louise Hoffeditz Porter
Jo Proudfoot Rahn Linda Kay Schmidt Alyce George Schnabel Mildred Lyle Shields Jean Black Slezak
Edna Oglevee Stephens Madge Luella Terwilliger Enid Stage Townsend Gayle Moyer Whitley Sarah McKean Young Sara Everitt Zimmerman
Friends
Sharon Sheesley Baisden Ruth Davis Bartlett
Edra Rubinkam Bechtel Inga Scheyer Book Rosamond Kaines Bratton Judith Stout Brumbaugh Sally Oberle Colby
Emma Way Cole
Anne Lebreton Dawson Virginia Detwiler Day Dorothy Jeter Denison Marilyn Dumm Dickinson Anna Preston Eagelman Winnie Shelley Farina Jaye Anne Graham Elizabeth Mellor Graul Emma Rubinkam Hale Maybelle Penley Hamilton Alice Hooper Hess Margaret Forbes Hoy Marilyn Roberts Jerding Doris Sander Johnston Mary Fox Keiser
Vera Trester Kelly
Mary Parrish Kester Liselotte Weihe Kinaman Mary Pickens Landis Frances Virginia Laubach Evelyn Todd Lewis
U. South
Friends
Carolina
DEFERRED GIFTS
Financial security for the AOII Foundation is assured through deferred gifts. An easy and loving way of investing in AOH's future is through bequests, life insurance policies, and other forms of planned gifts. Bequests to the AOII Foundation are 100% deductible for federal estate tax purposes. Planned giving advice and assistance is available without obligation by contacting the Foundation Office at 615-370-0920.
The following is a list of sisters who have included Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation in their estate plans. Planned gift commitments during the 1990-91 fiscal year are denoted with an asterisk.
Grace Winebrenner Watts
DELTA PI
Central Missouri State U.
Wheat Club
Sharon Diane Martin
Sustaining Member
Debra Justice Howell Rebecca Nentwig Koelling Linda Louise Mansur Kristen Mysen Riley
Kathy Cox Ulm
Friends
Cynthia Sippel Christopher Lisa Norris Duede
Linnette McClure Garber Pamela Gann Hinderliter Shannon L. Jipsen
Sherry Reeter Jones
Karen Allen Mason
Rebecca Zobac Mauch Linda Walters Maurer
Jana Ruth McKinnis
Mary Thomas Ogle
Lisa Pohl Prenger
Elizabeth Franklin Randazzo Mary Kateman Rutledge Terri Lee Schwarz
Ruth Schanzmeyer Stanton Lynn Susan White
DELTA SIGMA
San Jose State U.
Rose Club
Leah Hardcastle MacNeil
Wheat Club
Marlene Peterson Adams Marilyn Myers Lieber
Sponsor
Bette Jo Belda
Aleene Wells Caneer
Nancy Schlosser Dunn Marilyn Wylie Hart Marguerite Crawford Lloyd Barbara Halvorsen O'Brien Joyce Ella Osborn
Irene Woodworth Shephard Marianne Thornton Tharratt
Sustaining Member
Judith Pearson Delrio Mabel Gomes Frelier Rosemary Sater
Carol Thompson Silliman
Friends
Nancy Granewich Adams Mary Bihler Bacigalupi Dorothy Ucovich Banker Rosalinda Bazzanella Brady Lori Dickman Castellucci Sharon Riechers Clampitt Patricia Stewart Dubrow Angela Panelli Ernstrom Janice de Reschke Gilman Barbara Delman Grebmeier Dorothy Krieger Hassur Barbara Serpa Macario Janet Queen Oatman
Marie Giancoli Orourke
DELTA THETA
Texas Woman's
Friends
U.
Susan Victoria Halff Christee A Hill
Kathleen Budnick Hopman
DELTA UPSILON
Duke U.
Sponsor
Janet Munroe Weber
Sustaining Member
Ellen Brady Alben Suzanne Inabnit Bowman Lori Jean Hillman Catherine Thompson
Rockermann
Friends
Karen Jane Bidlingmeyer Sara Ladd Bidlingmeyer Margarita June Bird Paula Litner Friedman Elizabeth Batten Frost Leora Yael Ger
Amy Steinberger Kishter Mary Levin Lapham Miriam Elizabeth Leverage Leslie Cornell Martin
Kara Lee Mrozek
Zimbler Newton
Mary Elizabeth Peters Wendy Erlenbach Ransbury Catherine Margaret Reiss Christina Zerbe Robison Karen Frances Semper Yolanda Regina Smith Kristin Ann Steckler Karen-Marie Santo Tracy
EPSILON
*Mildred Frazee Allen
Edith Mae Matthews Bates June Greer Bogle
Nancy Perry Bowers
*Lorraine Marie Chanatry *Catherine Daughtery Cifers Margaret Kramer Crawford *JacqueIyn Struble Dinwiddie Patricia Cowley Hardy
Carolyn Huey Harris
Martha Louise Hilands
*June Derry Hodge
Barbara Daugs Hunt
Schuyler Ruhlman Louapre Dana Lynne Moreland Katherine Elise Moss
Kathy Hoover Nelson
Dora Deane Childress Newman Irene F. Wagar Oestrike *Candace Pierson-Charlton Deborah Harper Stillwell
Kay Hansen Sutherlin
Alice Wray Springer Taylor Jean Whorley Tripp
*Phyllis Arner W esterman
Beta Phi '30 Chi Lambda '52 Nu Omicron '55 Nu Omicron '53 Chi '52 Omicron '38 Iota '45 Epsilon Alpha '43 Gamma Sigma '57 Lambda sigma '38 alpha Rho '27 Sigma '54 Phi Delta '60 Pi '70 Delta Alpha '86 Tau Delta 70 Gamma Beta '74 Xi '24 Beta Gamma '34 Alpha Rho '70 Nu Omicron '76 Theta '57 Nu Omicron '32 Nu Omicron '33 Rho '36
Cornell
Sponsor
U.
Caroline Kramer Neu
Sustaining Member
Margaret Weekes Hendrickson Isabel Thro Towson
Ruth Smith Wilson
Kathryn Altemeier Yohn
Friends
Laura Mclntire Bowling Joan Unkelbach Bruns Elizabeth Herick Clark Mary Hanshaw Collins Mabel Klisch Deal
June Jacobi Gillin
Arlene Loede Hanley
Anita Goltz Harwood
Ruth Defenbacher Hubbard Elinor Baier Kennedy Margaret Mashek Ludlow Virginia Dahm Myles
Ethel Gethmann Palmer Ruth Williams Pohlmann Barbara Parker Shephard Jean Lattin Stevenson
Lisa Ann Lundy
Kelley Marie Lynch
Alexis Constance Mamaux Jane Schlosser Martindell Amy Jill Miller
Marguerite Mayer Miller Donna Naomi Miyamasu Muriel Decker Mortensen Marjorie Anne Penrod Traci Lynn Perkins
Lillian Hofmeister Purdy Mary Taylor Rose
Marlene Neff Rutt
Mary Clemmer Smith Gina Marie Spagnoletti Phyllis Lamson Stoner Virginia Brown Taricco Deborah Ellis Vandenberg Grace Wright Wagenseller Amy Duch Wilkinson Alice Janota Winthrop Kenlyn Abell Ziegler
Friends
Rebecca llene Crowe Denise Lynne Denkinger Beth Ann Foster
Angela Bernice Meadows Kelley Sue Quigley
Molly Edmondson Rollins Kelley Marie Williamson
EPSILON IOTA
Eastern Illinois U.
Friends
Patricia Ryan Lenhoff
EPSILON OMEGA
Eastern Kentucky U.
Friends
Rebecca Lynn Greer Deborah Denise Hoying Jennifer Anne Rolf Delia Eddy Shelton
EPSILON
CHI
Eton College


ETA GAMMA ALPHA
U. of Wisconsin-Madison George Mason U.
Friends
Ann Marie Berendzen
Mary Cox Boerner
Frances Greenwald Brower Charlotte Tolliver Carr Carolyn Burt Cerny
Mary Plescia Fumea
Sara Smith Hammersberg Lou Markle Jameson
Carole Darling Kashner Prudence Brown Kerry
Caryl Davis Lane
Alison Houghtaling Lincoln Lisa Jean Maleski
Jodi Rae McDaniel
Mary Davis McKinley
Nancy Ann Myers
Terri Lynn Pierce
Lois Jane Reid
Kym Valerie Rhodes
Penny Giragosian Ritenbaugh Lady LeBaron Sandefur
Rosa Maria Soltesz
Mary Pedersen Stevenson Leslie Hayes Switzer
Marilyn Rogers Thomas
Gay Sherman Voss
Catherine Roll Zombar
GAMMA SIGMA
Gertrude Moore Pierce Virginia Bairstow Schroeder
Sponsor
Lois Dungan Bohon Wilma Allen Bredar Ruth Page Kephart Betty Carver Lumbattis Barbara Jean Stehno
Sustaining Member
Robin Lee Beltramini
Lois Davis Caldwell
Marian Olive Calvin
Lucile Arnold Denker Virginia Fisher Dolan Audrey Shaw Dusendschon Freda Klopfenstein Ebert Lavaun Schild Eustice Melissa Ann Goral
Margaret Aileen Hagan
Phyllis Floyd Hall
Catherine Rockwell Healy June Nelson Kemler
Bonnie Kohlenberger Kohl Michelle Ann Kohnen
Joan Stumpf Mahon
Kathryn Romano Mayer
Janice Wright Pechauer Gwendolyn Fuchs Rudd Rosemary Kappes Schwierjohn Marjorie Lang Shipley
Linda Barnes Smith
Jean Wood Steiner Wilma Gilmore Straw Sylvia Andrews Wallin Joan McDonald Welch Mary Jens Williams Karen Scott Wilson Dorothy Edwards Yonker
Friends
Winifred Timmons Baker Caroline Baker Bergfeld Susan Julia Bianchi
Cynthia Marchigiani Kennedy Hannah Kim-Rohrer
Kathi Ann Koenig
LaVerne Ruth Kruggel
Mary Ellen Lee
Janice Sullivan Malkuch Margaret Moeck Mathis Mary O'Byrne McNickle Clara Cook Meyers Elizabeth Ohern Muhlke
L Dorsey Muller
Mary Eliz. O'Conner
Jean Therese Pennino Sandra White Prichard Deborah Olson Read Nancy Bush Reich
Janis Marie Reiter Elizabeth Ridder-Smith Lorraine Zillner Rodgers Heather Anne Russell Mary Novak Schlax
Alice Ellis Shannon
Susan Elizabeth Street Marilyn Horbelt Sucoe Amy Louise Swierkosz Mary Rennick Wilson Jean Ryan Winters Annetta Wood
Betty Westerbeck Wurtzell
IOTA ALPHA
Idaho State U.
Sponsor
Mary Daly Enwall Eleanore D. MacCurdy
Sustaining Member
Cheryl Hack Zaladonis
Friends
Sandra Melton Cadiente Sue Olehy Finney Pamela Warner Hill
Anne Kennedy Malone Rene Ann Rozen
Friends
Laura Leigh Anderson
Ann Vandervelde Appel Rhonda Stevenson Bjornsen Shaune Scallon Cathcart Barbara Schink Christian Margaret Petersen Coluccy Melinda Strank Coogan Pamela Kuiper Flom
Linda Dilts Gallagher
Carla Jean Grell
Julie Ann Holvik
Nancy Lou Klindt
Helen Dawson Krejci
Joni Lytle Larsen
Carol Wee Millar
Vicky L Reisdorfer
Betty Lauerman Sharkey Karen Foster Siple
IOTA TAU
U. of Wisconsin-Sfouf
Sustaining Member
Darla Deer-Hanford
Friends
Linda Prothero Munson Renee Schuetz Pesavento
KAPPA
Randolph Macon Woman's College
Wheat Club
Charlsie Berly
Sponsor
Lucy Somerville Howorth
Sustaining Member
Nadine Pillot Cuenod Eleanor Manning Robbins
Friends
Katharine Northern Land Laura Lake Saunders Alice Alexander Turner Mai Lovin Williams
KAPPA ALPHA
Indiana Stale U.
Wheat Club
Helen Reitzel
Jane Wilkinson Sotebeer
Sponsor
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins Norah Bush McKay
Carla Showers Paul
Carol Hammond Schnyder
Sustaining Member
Marjorie Long Gallt
Mary Brown Hasselbrinck Stephanie Ann Hendricks Patrice McKenzie Liebler Arlene Eckerle McDonald Glenna Hendren Molster Cathy Campbell Parker Phyllis Purcell Stewart Jill Zschau Stock
Karla Keller Trout
Mary Frances Tuberosa
Friends
Karen McCarty Alley
Rhonda Shoemaker Anderson
Wheat Club
Margaret Heinecke Ladwig
Sponsor
Katherine Turner Dole Elynore Bell Wegner
Sustaining Member
Margaret Ebert Kelk
Evelyn Rasmussen Lundsted Elizabeth Hiestand McKenna Eleanor Sikes Peters
Marion Bain Ransel
Dorothy Tegtmeyer Stege Sarah Hardy Ward
Friends
Julia Carr Crenshaw
Marian Hamilton Doyon Florence Foster Durkee Katherine Hall Hallfrisch Margaret Keenan Icks Charlotte Tegtmeyer Jopke Margaret Wienbergen Kloeckl Mary Crescence Meek Virginia Huwen Proctor Margaret Rasmussen Winn
G A M M A
U. of Maine-Orono
Sponsor
Annette Simoneau Bliss
Sustaining Member
Mildred Haney Berdeen Barbara Higgins Bodwell Arlene Marjorie eleven Mary Robinson McClure Nancy Wallingford Parolin Eunice Barrows Powell Catharine Lancaster Rowe Elizabeth Higgins Speirs Ruth Holland Walsh Beulah Osgood Wells Irene Lerette Whitcomb Wendy Witham Wilkerson
Friends
Kathleen Doris Andrews Joanne Daley Clark Marion Stewart Coffin Alicia Coffin Corea Jennifer Patel Cousins Michelle Lenore Dedrick Lee Durocher
Elaine Magnuson Elliott Jane Dyer Ellsworth
Ruth Shurtleff Goodwin Mary White Griffee
Ethel Packard Harkness Mary Hempstead Hemman Frances Barbara Janowski Barbara Jane Kelly
Nancy Chase Koeritz
Jane Romain LeBrun
Helena Johnson Marshall Marjorie Woodman Miller Wilma Brown Miller
Debra Ann Morin
Elizabeth Barrows Pendleton Jeanette Roney Pero
Evelyn Gleason Rawson Thelma Crossland Robie Pearl Littlefield Sciaraffa Alice Webster Sinclair Debora Adams Sprague Katherine Dudley Stewart Valerie Smith Stimpson Nancy Jean Thomas
Fern Allen Turbyne
Sustaining Member
Janis Davidson Bates Janet Haher Rawl
Friends
Kathy Diana Dix Jennifer Riegel McGown Karin Raus Vercamer
G A M M A
B E T A
Indiana Pennsylvania
Sustaining Member
Karen Lynne Weigel
Friends
Mary Hritz Bisaha
Carla Ann Caimi
Teresa Sprawls Essay Wendy Sue Hoke Celeste Anne Kososki Donna Ann Leng Doreen Gromen Mathas Melanie Ann Nestor Emily Corso O'Keefe Diane Nakielny Ramer Laurie Ann Slenker Carla Schneck White
GAMMA DELTA
U. of South Alabama
Sustaining Member
Julie Annette Brining Joanna Garner Burleson Cheryl Driver Davis
Friends
Jacqueline Atkinson Arnold Janet Legendre Atkinson Susan Louise Kennedy Gayle Denise Kilgus
Laura Elizabeth Wagner Robin Mansfield Wright
GAMMA IOTA
Southern Illinois U.
Friends
Audrey Herbster Lueth
GAMMA OMICRON
U. of Florida
Wheat Club
Elizabeth Gordy Schulz
Sponsor
Elizabeth Ann Adams Charlotte Burton Bray
Dolly Sadler Garcia
Kim Bechamps Perez Carolyn Blakely Richards Elizabeth Varnum Townsend Georgina Siberio Wiborg
Sustaining Member
Laura Taulbee Cassady Carolyn Kohler Driscoll Ronna Renee Janes Sandra Fuller Jewell Maureen Campbell Nemcik Evelyn Kulp Noblit
Pamela Karen Rehm Wendy Roth Shull Mary Gibney Thigpin Marilyn Krekel Walton
U. of
Georgia State
Rose Club
U.
Patricia Cowley Hardy
Wheat Club
Marcia Welch Davis
Sponsor
Cynthia Young Spence
Sustaining Member
Tracey Shepard Bartholomew Debra Lynn Elliott
Andrea Tippens Kennedy
Luz Admira Vizurraga
Polly Hollenbach Willis
Friends
Joyce Anne Conway Martha Wright Dyer Susan Aldrich Eggers Laurie Eileen House Laura Morgan Kirkland Robin Elaine Lindsey
GAMMA THETA
The purpose of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to support the educational
and philanthropic endeavors of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity. Prudent and thoughtful stewardship of the gifts from members and friends helps ensure the continued growth of the Fraternity and its programs.
Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation Mission Statement
Frances Mealy Moore Elaine Pruett Smith Joan Miller Smith
U. of South
F r i e n d s
Florida
Jennifer Dawn Carito Susan Robin Schwartz
Victoria
Janet Hiser Bowsher Nancy Cox Buelow
Mary Patricia Burke Melanie Anne Burke
Ina Holtermann Clarahan Barbara Paakh Downey Doris Larsen Drow
Jene Fellows Eckenfelder Jean France Ellis
Emily Fisher Erley
Hedvic Lenc Farrar
Robin Ellyn Feder
Pamela Kissel Fifer
Gerri M. Foran
Kathleen Hackett Forse Helen Reed Freemon Grace Niewold Funk Susan Atkenson Halbach Mary Otwell Hall
Laura Rose Harrower Paula Naffziger Hoerner Rachel Broeren Jamerson Dorothy Dolan Kelly
GAMMA
St. Leo
Friends
UPSILON
College
IOTA CHI
U. of Western
Friends
Ontario
Kimberly Ann Arthur Suzanne Mary Githens Rebecca Wiegand White
Megan Julia Towers
IOTA SIGMA
Iowa State U.
Rose Club
Mary Hansuld Moore
Sponsor
Julie Diane Goodrich Kathy Mahoney Janvrin
Sustaining Member
Sarah Jeanne Benesh Pamela Kay Harman
IOTA
U. of
Illinois
Rose Club
Margaret Kramer Crawford Kathleen Rippel Holmes Joan Ryan Wickham
Wheat Club
Erma Bissell Hedgcock
Castle Biarnesen


Friends, Cont'd Patricia May Armstrong Judy Ruth Baker
Christie Barnes-Stewart Patricia Light Bates Rebecca Welch Betulieus Lynn Barnaby Branson Sheryle Bridge Buck Celeste Burgeson
Sally Schleicher Burns
Patricia M Butts
Joy Welch Campbell Margaret Woolsey Campbell Carrie Barning Carlson Barbara Brist Carroll
Karla Jean Charnekar
Karen Ann Chilcote
Susan Wood Clements Shirley Anthony Close
Gene Treadway Cobb
Paige Kirkman Colonnese Lee Davies Dickerson
Vicki Birch Dietz
Susan Giffel Douthit Twaunette Fellwock Eberhart Monna Poole Eglen
Lisa Lynn Elkins
Geri Rytkonen Espy
Sheila Keating Everhart Nancy Jo Gerdink
Shirley Olivero Green
Sherry Bonham Griffith Caryl Blumm Hallett
Teresa Hill Harrison
Lisa Marie Hawk
Sarah Willis Hiatt
Susan Resh Hill
Kathy Hedges Holmes Susanne McCarthy Holmes Nancy Donna Huffman Debbie Lynn Hufhand
Rita Conway Hurtt
Linda Kingsley Jeffries
Mary Leigh Jenkins
Ruth Schuessler Jones Angela Morgan Kaiser
Diane Johnson Kiilingsback Barbara Kinzer
Betty Weaver Kobida Nancy Barbati Kurteff Dorothy Moore Laas
Lois Roth LeClair
Marvina Schwartz Lewis Annette Hall Litchfield Julia Morris Malson Valerie Walker Marietta Susan Llewellyn Marr Cathy Ann Mattox
Myrna Burgess Mckenzie Heidi Lynn Miller
Nadia Nebeshy Mitchner Carolyn Mueller Mohr Veronica Ruth Oros Stephanie Gentry Oyler Rita Wilson Parker Monica Sullivan Pearman Carol Torie Pettit
Wendy Bozell Piatek Monique Renee Pollard Mildred Russell Presser Carmen Price-Smyth Norma Henerberg Purvis Emma Henson Raabe Jennifer Light Ransford Kate Hulman Schoffstall Orva Sinclair Schramm Jacquelyn Ehrlich Scott Sheila Kay Shaffner
Gail Lynne Showers
Joan Sinclair
Marcia Whitaker Smith Nancy Woelfle Sonntag Linda Jaynes Stephen Kelly Ann Stultz
Margaret Alexander Stultz
Ann Wuchner Sturm
Marsha Ann Sullivan Dorothea Tucker Swander Glenna Hammond Timmons Kimberly Diane Tosi
Emalee Brackemyre Vanscyoc Rosemary Russell Watson Connie Kerins Whiteman Constance E Whittington Shirley GreggsWible
Jill Duzan Willey
Mary Jordan Wise
Susan Vanduyn Zanandrea
KAPPA GAMMA
Florida Southern College
Sponsor
Donna Thompson Kuiken
Sustaining Member
Kathleen Joyce Detoro Laura Cox Lindsey Daryl Kimberly Meyer
Friends
Janet Feagle Alter
Joan Burr Creese
Cynthia Wagemann Cubberley Phyllis Reed Douglas
Konda Ann Ergenbright Elizabeth Ann Fraser
Pamela Pratt Curtis
Connie Lewis Dawson
Kimberly Burtt Douglass Cynthia Joers Elanson
Janet Louise Fellwock
Wanda Alley Fountain
Suzanne Riney Galloway Peggy Sheets Gay
Elaine Miller Geeting
Betsy Tripp Hagenow
Cheryl Cody Hazama
Sara Vahle Herron
Carol Shackelfor Hollingsworth Evelyn Dixon Langas
Sandra Pataluch Lort
Carolann Laskowski Mikesell Stacy Lynn Need
Jennifer Sanders Niceley Kathleen Metzger O'Dell Barbara Johnson Ottinger Paula Adams Peterson
Stacia Lynn Peterson
Marilyn Stouse Redmon
Robin Rogers Starnes
Mary Strange
Janis Vanderweele Wagner Marilyn Crampton Weakley Karen Custer Wheeler Susan Dedomenic Williams Victoria Barr Willis
KAPPA LAMBDA
U. of Calgary
Terri Wilhite Johnson Elizabeth Hinckley Lansing Carole Montgomery
Mary Holiman Norton Martha Spruell Pipkin
Gail Woodville Roberson Toni Redmon Rose
Anne Elizabeth Smerekanicz Michelle Ann Toler Elisabeth Townsend Welch
KAPPA PHI
McGill U.
Sponsor
Dorothy Weir Stalker
Sustaining Member
Margaret Ivarson Putman
Friends
Margaret Neilson Davies Frances Tyrer Moyer
Annette Martz Daniel
Ann Farrand-Smolinski Jane Ann Hopkins
Arlene Sirtola Kalis Donna Felthouse Spencer Carylin Strong Stickney Joyce Gribbell Walser
Barbara Ryan Dunham
Ada Ecton Elliot
Mildred Bostwick Finney Barbara Lapp Greaves Marguerite Page Harman Rowena Moore Harrison Elsie Tomboulian Harutunian Joni Murphy Johnson Barbara Finley King Gwendolyn Livingston Long Marion Stutz McGuffey Hildegarde Mohan McRitchie Eva Birkenshaw Mcguire Gloria Murphy Pena
Vickie Neuvert Peters Margaret Conner Rockwell Lois Quinn Roskam Lenore Edwards Stone Eleanor Stanton Upham Joan Landweer Waltz Nancy Ashford Watts Alice Newhouse White Wilhelmina Baumgarte
Whitfield
LAMBDA
Stanford U.
Ruby Club
Eunice Force Barkell Dorothy Bogen Farrington
Wheat Club
Geraldine Lloyd Hicks Muriel Boyd Longinotti Norma Godfrey Taylor
Sponsor
Dorothy Huff Davis Evelyn Pleasant Johnson June Miller Lighty
Jean Hiler Maroder
Sustaining Member
Sigrid Beuche Allen
Helen Peterson Ard
Jacquelyn Cannon Bonnett Marjorie Schlichtmann Herrero Anna Aynesworth Kenmore
Friends
Mary Atkins Clayton Elizabeth Blair Crossman Barbara Odenheimer Dority Audrey Freese Geilert
Elinore Vanfossen Harrison Frances Bennett Kirkwood Gloria Kellogg Knickerbocker Beverly Ottem Mohr
Martha ShuttsOrr
Dorothea Hawkins Ruud Marilou Sutter Tomblin
LAMBDA BETA
California State U.-Long Beach
Sponsor
Elizabeth Craig Amundson Maryjane Fay Johnson
Sustaining Member
Merilee Ann Bennett
Caroline Chapman Craig April Ringwald Monroe
Stacy Schemenauer Schuman Carleen Galasso Smith Theresa Tin Woo
Friends
Karen Cook Batt Laura Jacques Boyer Narva Kuzee Carbone
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ENDOWMENT FUND

ARTHRITIS RESEARCH FUND • RUBY FUND
UNDATI SKI
The generosity of AOII sisters throughout the United States, Canada, and beyond was evident as sisters from as far away as Italy remembered the Foundation by
contributing to one of its funds.
Rebecca Piazza Morris Lori Williamson Nelson
Sustaining Member
Sandra Lynne Burns Roxanne Dolores Crews Arminah Ellen Davis Deborah Lea Hunter
Kelly James Moore Connie Puterbaugh Sweet
Friends
Sandra Ruth Beichler
Julia Lynn Bianchi McDorman Busch
Patricia Hallis Connor Wanda White Daniel Maribeth Rose De Gennaro Kimberly Beth Doeringer Sandi Schwieterman Feltz Nancy Cunningham Fenner Anne Del Frederick
Cristy Sue Kunz
Karen Downing Mansell Robin Brodnicki Merrill Susan Louise Montain Lynn Renee Moomaw Marsha Bricker Ricker Janet Cole Sekerak Susan Lietz Shafer Pamela Norton Starr Lynn Knopp Wagoner
KAPPA R H O
Western Michigan U.
Anne Mayo Girata
Amy Ballantyne Johnson Stayce Ann Krug
Stacey Lynn Muck
Karla Jane Withers
KAPPA KAPPA
Ball State U.
Wheat Club
Kelli Fitzpatrick Burrill
Sponsor
Deborah Jennings Ernst Pamela Sue Jordan
Sustaining Member
Betty Isza Bairn
Marysia Klus Bussard
Linda Johnston Crews
Kimberly Tucker Hodous Beverly Bontrager Hoffman Rachel Bennett Lingner
Beth Gaughan Lyons
Jannene Maclntyre-Southworth Phyllis Reeder Mueller
Connie Trent O'Maley
Karen Gesell Ripberger
Zeenat Knapp Schissler
Jane Vigus Steiner
Friends
Lisa Marie Alte
Angela Renee Blackwell
Carla Marie Bochenek
Millie Cole Boring
Christine Hildenbrand Brewers Lois Gatchell Brown
Eric Webb Burris
Randi Shields Carmichael
Friends
Heather Dawn Boyd
KAPPA OMEGA
U. of Kentucky
Sustaining Member
Beverly Jo England
Carol Woolums Smallwood
Friends
Beth Elaine Atwood Luann Cook
Clara Kristi Farmer Jeannette Quinn Rebecca Rae Spooner
KAPPA
Rhodes
Sponsor
OMICRON
College
Anne Riley Bourne Kathy King Cressey Martha Cage Edge Helen Quindley McClure
Sustaining Member
Isobel Anderson Bowden Kimberly Longmire McDaniel Rebecca Marshbanks Mushingi Frances Crouch Perkins
Mary Beth Willoughby
Friends
Cynthia Mead Allen Kathie Tanner Erwin Linda Green-Driver Mary McCallum Harned Mary Cobb Home
Wheat
Club
KAPPA PI
Ohio Northern
Sponsor
U.
Sustaining Member
Patricia Thompson Dowie Linda Ann Hight
Yvonne Daigre Landry
Friends
Coletta Cooper Barrett
Lucy Anders Braun
Margaret Heroman Capdevielle Kimberly Faust Hollis
Janin Boos Johnston
Jill Hinton Lashouto Carol Kober LeBlanc Maria Gonzales McLellan Dorothy Robinson Miller Peggy Ann O'Neil
Karen Rose Richard Dorothy Cooper Robinson Terri Louise Rudiger
Amy Chere Sciambra Raylyn Reine Williams
KAPPA THETA
U. of California-Los Angeles
Wheat Club
Jane Keenan Andre Edith Belsher Butler
Sponsor
Mary Watkins Cullom Patricia Eggers Gerty
Jane Campion Leininger Jean Cook Steinberger
Mary Fitzpatrick Taylor Gwendolyn Thompson Ward
Sustaining Member
Beryl Arbit
Carol Spence Barrow
Mary Watters Blek
Marilyn Braun Born Sharon Clark Gayton Judith Theresa Hasche Florence Peterson Holden Mary Daze Lavery
Dorothy Woodbury Linn Eleanor Corwin McHenry Donnie Clemenson McNeal Jean Herdman Moran
Lila Dixon Nelson
Evelyn Culver Ostrander Josephine Pelletier Pryor Haidee Kipps Schlecht Mignon Macurda Stannard Jacqueline Scott Ullerich Mary Rosenthal Vest Adrienne Hunter Walz Karen Van Dyke Watson Joyce Miles West
Lorna Wright Witt
Elizabeth Smith Wright
Friends
Norma Marshall Ackel Ruth Stoos Bartlett
Helen Bradley Bristow Gretchen Kumnick Byron Luella Baldwin Campbell Barbara Ponto Cato Edna Hart Doumakes
Angeline Spehar Zantjer
Sponsor
Charlotte Rose Levecque Doris Cline McKenzie Harriet Heethuis Oliver
Sustaining Member
Phyllis Beu Ansted Rosemary Ann Malish Elaine Zian Marinescu Rebecca Dragos Massie Joanne Piatkowski Powell Marilyn Hinkel Taylor
Friends
Jeanne Straight Black
KAPPA T A U
Southeastern
Louisiana


Friends, Cont'd
Julie Coughlin-Harper Tracy Jane Crandall Kimberly De Lay
Karen Courtney Eckelbarger Regina Zofrea Fish
Kathleen Murray Goff
Linda Parker Haecker Alexandra Halasey
Virginia Fanelli Hollywood Donna Bittmann Kasper Francine Layns
Linda Whiteside Maddox Christine M Marino
Marilyn Johnson McDowell Irene Diaz Oncley
Marian Miller Riegel
Danielle Lee Sims
Juliana Doran Springer
Ann Perry Webster
Sharon Williams Wurth
LAMBDA CHI
LaGrange College
Sponsor
Ronda Faye Holloway
Sustaining Member
Angela Marie Fronek
Friends
Carol Winn Bozeman Melanie Ann Dodson Tina Michele Fowler Gayla Lyn Green Elien Twitty Loving
LAMBDA IOTA
U. of California-San Diego
Sustaining Member
Barbara Jean Chilcote Elizabeth Mau
Friends
llene Berson Bagula Lori Lynn Curci
Tracy A. Emper
Wendy Gallup Geis Kristen Karen Peterson Cynthia Lee Plunkett Heather Lynn Scott Susan Carol Stone
LAMBDA OMEGA
Ruth Estes Trager
Sustaining Member
Caroline Hargrove Adams Noelle Mills Adler
Zelma Reidling Bannister Marie Shirley Binder
Lisa Whitten Bowen Ann Leonard Edwards Sarah Lemmond Green Louise Burrus Leonard Elinor McGahee Milikin Lee Ann Palmer
Lessie Conaway Ruh Lois Johnson Shortt Margaret Scott Spillane
Friends
Laurie Elizabeth Arnold Sherri Ann Baker
Laurel Jordan Blalock Judy Neidlinger Bourne Wendy Ruth Bowen Virginia Adams Broderick Deanna Ayers Chick Natalie King Clapp
Cary Anne Cunningham Francis Salisbury Davis Lauri Grogan DeGuenther Valerie Stephens Dick Samantha Dawn Edgin Kelli Ruth Elder
Jill Johnson Frawley
Brenda Settles Geer
Karen Pope Hart
Elizabeth Ann Heinzelmann Heather Cadle Holleman
Julie Curry Holloway
Margaret Claire Hubbard Martha McDougald Hutcherson Amy Knight Jackson
Sharon Lynn Johnson Irene Williams Jones Jennifer Lee Jowers Susan Finger Kardoes Laura Lee Lewis
Maria Griffith Mariorenz
Mary-Neil Gfroerer Matthews Cecelia Shook McAuliffe Tammy Williams Perkins Carol Louise Reichert Gaylan Gfroerer Ryden Marianne Hyndman Seiz Pamela Lynn Shanni
Teresa King Shaper
Alice Bush Shirvanian Sherry Lenhardt Sponseller Patricia Diane Stewart
Vicki Mayfield Swenson Peggy Echols Thomas
Alice Richardson Thompson Susan Sturgis Tully
Betty Hooks Underwood Dorothy Waters Williams Julia Martha Wing
Julia Reagan Hebert
Cecelia Moore Hightower Tamara Kruithof Huddleston Alida Le Blanc Lewis Gwendolyn Novelle Parker Roslynn Bennett Pogue Nancy Davis Rials
Gretchen Anna Stuebben Frances Miller Trousdale Jodi Wright Tyler
Barbara Williams Wiley
Elise Rawson Wyatt
Evelyn Redding Zagone
LAMBDA UPSILON
Lehigh U.
Sustaining Member
Catherine Clinton Maxey
Friends
Denise Marie Markham Teresa Kilcullen Mueller Judith Ann O'Neill
Dina Jill Portnoy
Marina Longenecker Quintana Julie Anderson Rakestraw Margaret Elizabeth Reford Patricia Beth Schryver Katherine Wenzke
Patricia Sample Bendall Jana Phillips Howell Rita Ann Johnson Jeanne Carter Luckey Ellen Roberts Russell
Sustaining Member
Lisa Marline Brown Catherine Pearl Hirsch Sara Becker Holtz
Laura Mavis Justice Luellyn Day McClure Judy Thompson Moore Katherine St. John Pettus Phyllis Grant Phillips
Friends
Laura Michelle Arnold Roberta Rowland Compton Melissa Moffatt Elliott Leslie Farr Enoch
Mary Hillery Goodwin
B. Victoria Hammack Melanie Sanders King
Kaye Brown Martin
Maria Sue Martin
Deborah Nader McManus Susan Claire Norwood Rebecca Johnson Pittman Linda Price Sullivan
Ellen Kay Sumner
Gertrude Klenner Wilkerson Lisa Leigh Williams
Karen Elizabeth Williamson
NU DELTA
Northwest State U.
Friends
Missouri
Karen Alizabeth Basey
LAMBDA
PHI
U. of Wisconsin- Whitewater
Sustaining Member
Jeanne Morgan Fischer
Friends
Donna Richter Kraehnke
LAMBDA SIGMA
U. of Georgia
Wheat Club
Judith Frances Bagby Donna Gude Barwick
Sponsor
Lisa Ackerman Cheeley Cathryn Henry Creasy Sarah Friend Dickerson Diane Evans Dooley Joni Farmer Frobos Betty Long Mathis
Fifi Lamas Menzelos Joyce E Morway Carol Wooten Ruzic
LAMBDA TAU
Catherine Cifers Announces Gift of Life Insurance
Highlighting the Foundation's Luncheon at Convention this past June, was Catherine Daugherty Cifer's announcement of a $25,000.00 Life Insurance Policy to benefit the Endowment Fund.
Catherine's AOII heritage began with her initiation into Omicron Chapter in 1938 and continued with the subsequent Omicron initiations of her three daughters, Vandy Cifers Leake '61, Meg Cifers Manning 75, and Gale Cifers Pettit '88. Her legacy continues with the initiation of her two granddaughters, Lesa Pettit '83, and Lynn Leake '90, into Omicron Chapter. Catherine's daughters and granddaughters attended Convention with her.
Catherine's remarks stressed the significant tradition of Omicron Chapter at the University of Tennessee and emphasized her own AOII family tradition. She applauded her husband's continual support of their family's love of AOII.
The Foundation deeply appreciates the support of the Endowment Fund by Catherine and Ed Cifers.
Members of the Cifers family L to R Lesa Pettit Smith, Gale Cifers Pettit, Meg Cifers Manning, Catherine Cifers, Vandy Cifers Leake, and Lynn Leake.
Heidi Beckman Asarese Jennifer J Donn
Acea Marie Mosey
NU IOTA
Northern Illinois U.
Sponsor
Karen Bledsoe Bear
Mary Kathleen Conver Elisabeth Griffin Hasser Judy Young Huss
Karen Nelson Ihrig
Janet Bong Lockhart Carolyn Grace Wartinbee
Sustaining Member
Claudia Beth Brandon Rosanne Snyder Burns Linda Schwartz McElhany Marcia Davis Moser Barbara Pautz Murray Cynthia Mary Steckel Cynthia Paul Wayland
Friends
Jean LeGros Adduci Pamela Calacci Boyer Patricia Annen Broggi Susan Stanley Buehlman Kristine Maiman Carroll Audrael Tremblay Chiricotti Judith Kosmak Kolstad Paula Mudge Leroy
Joyce Keller Macal Lynda Marie Pack
Debra Tenkash Plazyk Janice Wostratzky Voight
NU KAPPA
Southern Methodist U.
Wheat Club
Helen Cummings Graves Lucille Price Jones
Northeast
Sponsor
Louisiana
U.
Winifred W Ashcraft Cheryl Larrieu Bourg Tern Parker Marshall
Sustaining Member
Alison Garrett Crowe Gayle Dickerson Hall Carol Smith Oman Kathryn Lorena Schauf Lois Klemme Theriot Ann Sweatman White Rosalie Herring Womack
Friends
Paula Ann Bourgeois Maria Zuniga Cenac Frances Bethany Culley Tamee Su Dark
Rhonda Beavers Evans Nancy Franklin Theresa Lee Gregorio Faye Owens Haddox Penny Weaver Hakim
Shollenberger
NU
New York U.
Sponsor
Elizabeth Rennmann Chisholm Corrinna Vernon Gemmel Valarie Crosby Lippman
Anita Schiffer Muller
Elise Rebaza Oswald Muriel Sturtevant Teemsma
Sustaining Member
Helen Sheldon Aimes Martha Morrissey Albert Enid Watts Busse
Marie Frances Gunn
Muriel Shanley Hoost Priscilla Harrington Loomis Mabel Anderson Mclndoe Miriam Paliwoda Moody Elizabeth Beatty Sattan Dorothy Robinson Sharpies
Friends
Barbara Arnsdorf Collins Mary Dolores Deniff
Helen Bell Dodds
Dorothy Nourse Halter Margaret Fogarty Hanretta Edith Ramsay Merrill Helen Elizabeth Moore Marie Lenahan Morrison Jane Isbister Nelson Dorothy Meisel Partridge Marjorie Jervis Shull Camille M Stevens
Grace Tesster
Eleanor Brown Van Deusen
NU BETA
U. of Mississippi
Rose Club
Frankie Frazier Roberts
Wheat Club
Laketa Rickly Thompson
Sponsor
Mary Elizabeth Barrett
Canisius
Friends
College


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OUNDATIO
Sustaining Member
Maurice Harris Hughston
Friends
Marjorie Holland Clark Mary Burnett Hauger
Sustaining Member
Joy Murphy Adams Helen Tanley Alford Gayle Grizzard Allen Pamela Bell Barth
Anne Cowan Beauchamp Hayden Dyer Behnke lolis Robbins Carruthers Mary Means Cope
Kay Tibbais Davenport Pamela Hathcock deZevatlos Angela Berry Donahue Katheryn Crockett Dunn Julia Cleveland Eleanor Patricia Simpkins Garman Nancy Whitehurst Goggans Jayne Napier Gordon Minerva Tuttle Harrison Melna Smith Henderson Gloria Enochs LaRoche
Nell Fain Lawrence
Betty Brinkley May
Martha Peeler Moore Katherine Payne Morris Rebecca Houston Preston Patricia Burnett Rhodes
Sara West Robertson Josephine McKelvey Rogers Bridged Luther Thompson Ann Mullins Washburn
Eva Jean Wrather
Friends
Mary Dorris Adair
Lucy Mack Barrett
Caroline Chadwick Beasley Louise Cecil Bennett
Sharon Robinson Bonte
Nancy Perry Bowers
Rebecca Brooks-Fournier Nancy Niemeier Cheadle Emily Dobson Childress
Robin Lynn Clemmons
Tracy Lynn Connolly Katherine Bankston Cross Melinda Jean Cross
Barbara Craighead Crotzer Susan Thompson Derryberry Joanna Cross Ellis
Mary Rust Ellis
Jane Menendez Fall
Daisy Tucker Foster
Carole Hooper Francis
Gigi Marie Frei
Mary Green Harris
Edna Bryant Hastings
Leah Thackston Hawkins Lexie Daugherty Hicks Prudence Gillespie Holman Bernice Tatum Huddleston Evelyn Coker Kleber
Augusta Hipp Kuhn
Melinda Jane Kuzucu
Isabelle Seigworth Ladd
Julia Gambill Ledyard Manerva Clements Lescher Ruth Stalnaker Markley Frances Murrey Mclntyre Siobhan McLaughlin-Lesley Madolyn Bidwell Middlebrooks Mary Rodenhauser Moore Mary Katherine Muller
Mildred Milam Murphy
Anne Trice Nixon
Frances Miller Owen
Alice Taylor Parks
Carol Armistead Parrent Gloria Walker Reed
Rebecca Lasley Sawyer
Nita Lanier Shanks
Barbara Benson Smith
Mary Trimble Smith
Margaret Mckeel Tate
Alice Springer Taylor Stacy Lynn Thomas
Joan Mcintosh VanHulzen Laura Overfield Vido Beverly Cate Waites Mattie Carter Wood Margaret Rawls Yoars Rachel King Younger
NU SIGMA
Friends
Helen Blair Adaway
Lucille Modarelli Altiers Ruth Kugele Baker
Marie Elliston Berge
Joyce Sargent Brenner Barbara Jones Brough Deborah Lynn Chase Christine Predmore Connell Martha Jane Finkbone Meredith Jones Galeano Virginia Weyman Getter Thania Zarbaugh Griffiths Susan Palombo Groth
Mary Conover Haines Karen Anderson Hess Dorothy Bertram Johnson Bettie Boesche Keating Edith Dietz Kratt
Sharon Lowry Lang
Juanita Muhlhauser Lee Jean King Lehman
Norma Johnstone Lewis Mary McVee Lindsey
Carol Ehlert Mclntyre Naomi Giffin McPherson Olive Jones Miller
Irene Wilt Pence
Lisbeth Boey Prater
Mary Caldwell Pross Patricia Rohs Schreiner Martha Pontius Shablesky Nancy Doty Sirois
Jean Boles Smith
Marilyn Zielke Sweeney Laurelie Wysocki Wallace Carole Zielke Walsh
Janet Ferguson Wicker Helen McLennan Wilson Eva Puckett Witt
OMEGA OMICRON
Wheat Club
Anna Stokely Burnett Mattie Stewart Sammons
Sponsor
Nancy Horner Bettis Patricia English Cosby Phyllis Wright Hill
Lois Littlefield Tarwater Jane Hollingsworth Watts
Sustaining Member
Janella Ann Carpenter Elizabeth Chambe Christenberry
Frances Early Downey Rebecca McCampbell Fenn Linda Hendrixson Fuson Connie Johnson Gwinn Nell Nowlin Haberley Jewell Holtsinger Hodge Sara Carpenter Jowers Donna Miles McCollum Mary Elizabeth Parten Rebekah Watts Ragsdale Ruby Lawson Robertson Vivian Logue Seymour Sherry Fisher Tarwater Rachel Ellen Watts
Virginia Fisher White
Lee Archer Wyatt
Julianne Haun Scott Lisa Fischer Sessions Malinda Susan Sharp Cheryl Bradford Slayden Sherry Biggs Spencer Mary Allen Steele Temple Crain Stevenson Lois Randall Taylor Mary Rountree Wallace Margaret Collins Waller Helen Hobson West Terri Henry Wheeler Carol Leslie Wilson
O M I C R O N PI
U. of Michigan
Rose Club
Jeanne Lindsey Butler Irene Doherty Matheson
Wheat Club
Elizabeth Armstrong Lambertson Mary Kokales Tower
Sponsor
Margaret Triplett Bixler Kathleen Emmons Clifford Ella Carle Collins
Marjory Hittle Harrington
NU LAMBDA
U. of Southern
Wheat Club
California
Carol Emmerling Sawyer Nancy Anderson Vivas
Sponsor
Camille Tribelhorn Crawford Gail L. Sullivan
Sustaining Member
Yvonne Spalding Banta Mary Elizabeth Booth Janie Kesling Crawford Gail Ellen DeLuca Katherine Gulmert Marilyn Tevriz Kezirian Daisy Comer Knudsen Juanita Robinson Lovret Corinne M. McCann Dorothy Keen Robinson Joan Hoffman Smith Jane Ann Snider
Friends
Monique Y. Ansolabehere Phyllis Austin
Lisa Stevens Aveni
Connie Frances Chin Dorothy Parlapiano Forrester Kimberly Anne Fry
Radene Lana Gordon Juanita Sakajian Haugen Katherine Ann Malzacher Virginia McGurty Michael Orlene Klinker Murphy Patricia Rodrigues
Diane Marie Ver Steeg
Helen Supple Waterbury Elizabeth Wannamaker Werhel Kim Rodgers Westhoff
Diana Welch Worthington Nancy Schrader Young
NU OMICRON
Vanderbilt U.
Omicron Circle
Natalie Overall Warren
Wheat Club
Mary Lakoff McMillan Jean Whorley Tripp Anne Worsham Zipp
Sponsor
Mandy Simpson Barbara Alice Vaughan Barge Alice Williamson Bratton Clara Carr Carson
Anne Meeks Davis
Cynthia Elaine Freeman Barbara Dunn Hack Virginia Carson Hofsead Mananna McAllister LaRue Allison Walton Macheras Nina Chambers Martin Katie Woods McClendon Mary Riley Michel
Nancy Edna Myers
Ann M. Reynolds
Eleanor Walker Threlkel Patricia Murphey Tunno
Karen Fleischer Steigmann
NU ZETA
Chadron Stale College
Sustaining Member
Doris Dailey Schmidt
Friends
Cynthia Studnicka Yantzi
OMEGA
Miami U.
Wheat Club
Margaret Barr Amos Eleanor King Blank Mary Boles Folken Frances Boothe Kende Jean Ballinger King
Sponsor
Nancy McConnaughy Ehrman Judith Eschmeyer Evans Denise Hewitt Fargo
Carol Fiala Jacob
Deborah Busch James Phylis E Kreuzwieser Cynthia Green Kronemyer Sara M Larch
Edith Cope Lockard Hazel Engle Lowes
Rita Karrick Strebel Nancy Carmean Sullivan Nancy Hall Swisshelm
Sustaining Member
Patricia Albert-Speck
Jayne Johnston Allen
Margie Struble Arnold
Estelle Carrel Baldwin
Dorothy Taylor Begovich Kathy Holden Dahler
Anna McConnaughy Easterday Mary Schiewetz Flory
Phyllis Farrell Forberg
Alice Peterson Harrison Barbara Kay Henritze
Anne Witte Hodges
Diane Gillian Holmes
Darla Trott lannarino
Janet Nonemacher Johnson Kathryn Delana Lockridge Jeanne Aborn Mahlig Sandra Merry Nix
Ruth Tallman Pifer Frances Cenfield Pugh Alice DeBuino Schuette Lucy McCabe Shafer Carol Miller Stevenson Elizabeth Kelly Stremel Jean Brandow Vance Nancy Heil Vecere
Julia Fisher Vonbargen Joyce Gruber Williams Betty Reese Witt
From 1990 to 1991, the Foundation
increased grants to the Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity by 25%. These grants were used to provide educational programming and leadership development at Headquarters as well as at International Convention.
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ARTHRITIS RESEARCH FUND • RUBY FUND
Parsons
Friends
College
Lambuth
Sponsor
College
Helen Chapman Thomas
Sustaining Member
Kathryn Stanfill Jobe
Friends
Mildred Adams Harris Sherri Lynn Hart
Betsy Clayton Heaberg Rose Chapman Hurt Mary Taylor McClellan Frances Yarbro McCoin Mary Dunn Merlotti Anita High Myers
Ann Wheeler Myers Holly Peterson
Nancy Nourse Reiners Janis Forsythe Teer Janna Kay Warren
OMEGA XI
Morehead State U.
Sustaining Member
Carol Blevens Hollander
Friends
Virginia Setty Fogt Pamela Jo Jibb Tara Ann Volkering
OMICRON
U. of Tennessee
Omicron Circle
Catherine Daugherty Cifers
Rose Club
Anne Witt Allison
Friends
Julie Martin Altenbach Mary Jones Arnold Sarah Walker Bailey
Patti Wade Barnes
Annie Wade Bearden Terrell Bailey Beaver Martha Prettyman Biel Nancy Cross Bloodworth Lina Matthews Bowyer Mary Galbraith Brabham Melissa Ann Brandon Mary Shanton Briscoe Virginia Hasson Bruner Helen Sehorn Bryan Mary Curry Burnett
Iris Tucker Cantrell
Margret Hooper Carpenter Amy Stevenson Cathey Frances Scott Chisolm
Mary Frances Christrup Angela Darnell Clearman Mary Trotter Curtin
Sandra Dianne Duncan Virginia Frantz Eakin
Amy Bard Erickson
Donna Roberts Ewell
Carole Thomas Harreld Barbara Wilson Higgs Charlotte Granger Hinman Patti Holcomb Hopkins
Mary Tatum Johnson
Kelly Dana Kuns
Dorothy Whelen Leek
Kellee Comer Lively Constance Margraves Moody Ellen Goodrich Morgan
Mary Elizabeth Pierson Margaret Bates Ramseur Frances Gunn Robison
Laura Schaad
Audrey Mitchell Hennessy Wanda Walgenbach Jacobson Linda Lanigan Moss
Marva Hough Notestine Elizabeth Morley Pentrop Marion Tanner Rylander
Fern Wunluck Spooner
Judith Lacina West
Sustaining Member
Esther Bradley Ayres
Mary Mann Culp
Doris Eash Harrison
Carol McMacken Hennecke Mildred Christa Hutcherson Gretchen Quine llgenfritz Carol Ivory-Carline
Sally Eckwall Jarvis Karen Rose Jorissen Joan Higgins Kendzior Albertina Maslen Mabley Nancy Kuchta Mack Pamela Smith Mooradian Florence Light Neumann Elizabeth Ludlum Rogers Stella Glass Roos
Carol Sommer Steuk Marjorie Letzgus Sutton Patricia Ann Swanson
Friends
Dawn Anagnostou-Moore Laura Zimmerman Andersen Mary Godfroy Anderson Nancy Jach Aupperle
Mary Sing Austin
Margaret Schalk Barnett Carol Sevebeck Bell
Billie Griffiths Boyd
Eleanor Davenport Buchanan


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