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Lock Haven University

Delta Nu Chapter


Lock Haven University
Founded: November 21, 1987
Status: Active
Ideal Chapter Size: 25

 
Officers

President - Jesse Chencharick
Vice President - Jacob Sauber
Recruitment Director - Jacob Padelski
Alumni Director - Arlent Mejia
Grand Chapter Advisor - Eric Hine
Alumni Association President - Kyle Coleman

Chapter History

Brian Jackson, Penn State '83, transferred to Lock Haven in the Fall of 1985, and organized the interest group.  By April 1986, the group had grown to twenty-nine members and on May 5, 1986, they petitioned Alpha Sigma Phi for colony status. The first Pledge Ceremony occurred on May 25, 1986 and formal colonization took place on September 27, 1986.  Grand Senior President Robert Sandercox, Bethany '51, Grand Province Chief Otto Sonder, American '47, Grand Province Chief John Luckinbill, Stockton '84, and undergraduate members of Upsilon, Gamma Rho, Beta Xi and Alpha Psi attended the colonization banquet.  "Phi Zeta Colony" was the newsletter of the colony.

41 charter members of Delta Nu were initiated at Upsilon Chapter's house on November 20 '21, 1987, and the chapter was installed by Grand Senior President Robert Sandercox, Bethany '51, on November 21, 1987. Executive Director Rob Sheehan, Jr., Westminster '76, and Director of Chapter Services Randall Lewis, Oregon State '81, attended. David Claussen, Iowa State '84, coordinated the event for the Fraternity staff. Stuart Spizak, Westminster '78, was the chapter's first Grand Chapter Advisor. The chapter obtained a house accommodating four men at 29 North Fairview St. The chapter newsletter is The Talisman Times.

The chapter won the Manigault Award for Scholastic Achievement in 2010, the Service Award in 1988, and the Tomahawk Award in 1992.


Submitting Changes to the Chapter's History: Any member of the fraternity and/or chapter is welcome to submit a request to update/change/correct information listed within the chapter history portion of this page. Submissions will be accepted in two ways: Should a correction need to be made, please submit the entire sentence/paragraph that needs to be updated with the correction highlighted in yellow or in a different color. If something new or updated needs to be added, please submit the entire sentence/paragraph that needs to be added and/or revised with the new or added information highlighted in yellow or in a different color.

This information should be submitted to tbtm@alphasigmaphi.org where it will be reviewed by Fraternity Staff and/or the Grand Historian. Your submission will not be acknowledged unless it has been added to the website. It is very important that the chapter's history accurately and objectively reflect the chapter, so all corrections, additions, revisions should be reviewed by other members of your chapter/colony before they are submitted for consideration.



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