Hello Michigan Gamma Alumni,
It is with the most sincere gratitude that I write today to say thank you; however, a simple “thank you” does not do justice to your extremely generous, unselfish, and giving efforts throughout the Michigan Gamma Fundraising Campaign. Each and every one of you have played a key part in making 342 North Harrison such a magnificent place to call home. All of the active brothers are enjoying the house, to say the least, and feel spoiled to have such a nice place to reside.
In taking the position as Alumni Relations Chairman this semester, it was my goal to bridge the gap between the MIGA alumni and the active brothers. So, in addition to expressing our thanks, I thought it may be nice to include a little bit of information regarding the current state of our chapter. First and foremost, I can say quite confidently that the house renovations have given SAE an even better reputation across campus, but more importantly, the renovations have created a stronger sense of brotherhood within the chapter itself.
In addition, today I captured a few candid pictures of the brothers enjoying a normal day in the house, as well as a large group picture in front of the house. As you can see, the brothers are enjoying themselves, and the house now provides a better means for the men to congregate and fully appreciate a solid sense of brotherhood and create a larger foundation of togetherness.
Following my goal to “bridge the gap”, recently, we have put together a “resume bank” (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B8YWF2Xw14WNd3kwaktPeXctRGc?usp=sharing) where the active undergraduates have submitted their resumes to a google drive within a folder of their respective field of study. The hope of this is to MIGA alumni the means to connect with undergraduates when they hear of a job/internship opportunity. For instance, if you find a need for a finance intern at your office, you now could click on the link and go to the finance folder, then find a few active brothers’ finance resumes, then reach out to those individuals directly if their experience meets your needs. Quite a few undergraduate brothers are still searching for a summer internship/full-time job offer, so I encourage you to utilize this opportunity. In addition to the resume bank, here is a link to the MIGA LinkedIn page (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/1066787/profile). If you would, please take a moment to connect to this page.
I, as well as the rest of the active brothers, cannot thank you enough. We look forward to meeting you all very soon to express our personal appreciation for your assistance in making our college/fraternity experience one of the fondest memories one could ever wish for.
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out to me anytime via phone or e-mail, provided below.
Eric Fox ’18
Alumni Relations Chairman
Joseph Kesseler ‘18
Lake Forest, Illinois
Eminent Deputy Archon
Chris Breeden ‘18
Christian Zakhem ‘19
Alex Tyckoski ‘19
Nick Johns ‘19
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Health and Safety Chairman
Sage Baltrusaitis ‘18
Royal Oak, MI
New Member Educator
Jack Joseph ‘19
Buffalo Grove, IL
Tim Fazzini ‘17
Taylor Annas ‘18
Shelby Township, MI
Nick Cairo ‘19
Will Newell ‘17
Grosse Point, MI
Eric Fox ‘18
CHAPTER COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Judicial Board ~ Jack Toohey, Corey Thai, Chad Weesies, Timmy Kramer, Michael McClafferty, Spencer Thomas, Thomas Turner
Membership Education ~ Richard Hunley, Ethan Duffield, Rob Maxey
Recruitment ~ John Wendzinski, Alexander Baker, William Steck, Michael McClafferty, Erick Rodriguez, Jac0b Mullikin, Rob Maxey, Charles Willis, Andrew Black, Diego Messina
Scholarship ~ Spencer Thomas, Kyle Russ, Shane Ciccone
Philanthropy & Service ~ William Steck, Jack Follen, Nick Nicoletti
Ritual ~ Kennen Olsen, Ryan Dykstra, Blake Silverman, Eric Stakey, Matthew Lumberto
Health & Safety ~ Luke Livingston, Ryan Carroll, Ryan Marron, Craig Caplin, Parker Beck
Finance ~ Dominic Iannuzzi (Level 4), Maxwell Press (Levels 2-3), Kyle Russ (Level 1)
Alumni ~ Jeffrey La Hood, Alexander Berlin, Maxwell Roeske