Fraternity Inducts 14 Brothers Into The Order of Constantine

New members can be honored at Grand Chapter or local ceremony

This year, 14 alumni received an invitation for membership into the Sigma Chi Fraternity’s Order of Constantine.

The Order recognizes a group of alumni each year for their commitment, dedication and volunteer service to the Fraternity, and induction into this select group is considered to be the highest honor the Sigma Chi Fraternity can bestow upon one of its members.

Please join the Fraternity in congratulating the 2013 Order of Constantine inductees:

Thomas Richard Burton, MARYLAND 1984;
Tony Flores, CAL. STATE-FRESNO 1958;
John H. Foote, CORNELL 1974;
George T. Gale, MISSOURI-COLUMBIA 1954;
Clarence E. Kingham, OKLAHOMA STATE 1968;
Thomas Nelson Leslie, PURDUE 1968;
Remigio Mariano, MCGILL 1983;
Significant Sig Andrew N. Nunemaker, VALPARAISO 1991;
Chris Nyers, WESTERN MICHIGAN 1989;
Thomas W. Rich, BRADLEY 1968;
Steven R. Sarovich, ILLINOIS 1975;
Ray Stark, IDAHO 1975;
Steven J. Thayer, ILLINOIS 1988;
Ansley R. Valentine, WABASH 1990.

Members of the 2013 class of Order of Constantine Sigs will be honored at a formal luncheon at 79th Grand Chapter in Washington, D.C., in the company of Fraternity and Sigma Chi Foundation leadership, family, friends and sweethearts. Others will be recognized at local ceremonies hosted by their respective alumni or undergraduate chapters.

The Fraternity has recognized 665 brothers with induction into the Order of Constantine since its inception at the 47th Grand Chapter in Seattle in 1948. Only alumni who have been active with the Fraternity for 20 or more years are eligible for nomination. To learn more about the Order of Constantine and to view a complete list of its members, click here.

For questions regarding the award and nomination process, please contact Liz Geary, alumni services specialist, at (847) 869-3655, ext. 243, or liz.geary@sigmachi.org.