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Jim Pritchett '71 Chosen as Tau Man of the Year

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The Tau Trustees & Alumni Association honored Jim Pritchett '71 as 2013 Tau Man of the Year on November 2 at the Kappa Sig Lodge. Tau Man of the Year is the Tau Chapter's most prestigious alumnus award presented for outstanding contributions and service to the Chapter.

 

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Bobby Stillwell '56 Chosen as
2014 Tau Man of the Year

photoThe Texas Kappa Sigma Educational Foundation will honor University of Texas System Regent Robert L. "Bobby" Stillwell as Kappa Sigma Tau Chapter's Man of the Year on November 8, in recognition of his extraordinary contributions to the Tau Chapter and the University of Texas System.

Regent Stillwell has served on The University of Texas System Board of Regents since 2009 and is Chairman of the Health Affairs Committee.

He serves on the Board of The University of Texas Investment Management Company (UTIMCO), is a Regental representative to the M.D. Anderson Services Corporation Board of Directors, serves on the Texas Medical Center's Board of Directors and is an Athletics Liaison.

He has also served on UT Austin's Task Force on University Excellence and Productivity and the Longhorn Foundation Advisory Council Executive Committee.

A retired partner of Baker Botts LLP and former legal counsel to T. Boone Pickens, Mr. Stillwell joined with Mr. Pickens as an original director of Mesa Petroleum Company in 1964. He continued his directorship for Mesa Petroleum and Pioneer Corporation until 2001 and was a principal with TBP Investments management from 2001 to March 2013. As a trustee of the T. Boone Pickens Foundation, Mr. Stillwell helped direct $700 million of educational, scientific, and health care gifts to nonprofit organizations, including gifts to UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, UT Southwestern Medical Center and UT Dallas.

Mr. Stillwell earned a Bachelor of Business from UT Austin in 1959 and a Juris Doctor from UT Austin School of Law in 1961.

 

Tau Chapter Welcomes 57 New Pledges

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Dear Tau Alumni, Parents & Actives:

I hope everyone had a wonderful summer. Thank you for helping us make this year's rush one of our most successful of all time! Our GMCs, Will Parsley and Claiborne Myers, did an incredible job with fundraising and coordinating rush activities and we appreciate your support of their efforts.

We have 57 guys pledging Kappa Sigma Tau Chapter this season, all of them class acts. They are:

Ben de Alavarez, Houston
Matt Bertini, Houston
Chance Brewster, Dallas
Chandler Chappel, Longview
Mitchell Clarke, Dallas
Will Cook, Southlake
Jack Cozort, Houston
Grant Curran, Clear Lake
Scott Dickey, Southlake
Wes Dooley, Kingwood
John Elder, Austin
Ryan Fraissinet, Kingwood
Nick Garza, Dallas
Chas Golson, Austin
JP Goyne, Coppell
Harrison Grant, Houston
Travis Groos, Richardson
David Harris, Houston
Drew Hillhouse, Round Rock
James Horton, Houston
Justin Johnson, Plano
John Kellagher, Houston
Bryce Keller, Richardson
Clay Kelly, Aubrey
Chase Lansdale, Flower Mound
Chandler LeMaire, Sugarland
Thomas Loudermilk, Cupertino, CA
Adam Luna, San Antonio
John McAnalley, Dallas
Austin Michaels, Houston
Darya Molavi, Houston
Davis Moore, Dallas
AJ Nelson, Houston
Eric Nichols, Richardson
Cy Obert, Richardson
Joey Parker, Houston
Austin Perryman, Ft. Worth
Tommy Price, Southlake
Conner Rambin, Dallas
Austin Reeves, Plano
Alex Reynolds, Southlake
Matt Roberson, Houston
Shane Rowley, Lufkin
Vince Saldana, Kingwood
Ben Sarvadi, Houston
Stephen Schneider, Austin
Thomas Schwab, Austin
Stuart Stedman, Houston
Blake Swonke, Houston
Michael Timte, Houston
Edward Toohey, Dallas
Kevin Tovson, Coppell
John Urmin, Dallas
Sam Veatch, Dallas
Adam Vinall, Houston
Ryan Weidner, Cypress
Andrew Wheeler, Houston



We look forward to another exciting semester working to keep our chapter among the finest fraternities on the UT campus. We appreciate all that the alumni do for us and know that without you we would not be the great chapter we are today. We welcome any alumnus to join us for tailgate parties during football season and look forward to seeing you during Parents' Weekend in November.

As always, please feel free to contact me with any questions or suggestions.

AEKDB,
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Grand Master
Kappa Sigma Tau Chapter
mhstubbs11@gmail.com
Cell: 832-231-0554

 

Upcoming Events:

 

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Kappa Sigma Tau Chapter's Annual
Fall Parents' Weekend Celebration
and Tau Alumni Reunion

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Includes:
Parents' Weekend Gathering
Tau Man of the Year Presentation
Tau Alumni Reunion

UT vs. West Virginia
(kick-off time TBA)

Parents' Association will also host an evening social for Tau parents and sons on November 7.

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Parents' Weekend coordinators and volunteers needed. If you can help, please contact one of the Parents' Association co-presidents through their emails below:

Jill Parsley:
Parsley.Jill@gmail.com
Heidi Black: HeidiBlack@sbcglobal.net

 

Tau Open to Celebrate 30-Year Anniversary in 2015

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Next spring will mark 30 years since Kappa Sigma's first Tau Open was held in 1985. The tournament is scheduled to return to Lakeway's Yaupon and Live Oak golf courses next year on April 17 and 18.

We hope to make this a very special event by recognizing those who helped start this wonderful tradition that has been enjoyed by hundreds of Kappa Sigs over the years. We will also add a new twist to next year's Tau Open with an invitation to Kappa Sig wives or girlfriends to participate as members of foursomes.

Please mark your calendar for what promises to be a fun and memorable Kappa Sig weekend.

Steve Horn '73
2015 Steering Committee Director
steve@gofigureinc.net