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Omega Society

In July 2001, the mortgage on the Headquarters property stood at $732,000 and the annual property maintenance budget was only $25,000. Later that year, the Foundation board developed a Strategic Plan. The goals for the mortgage and property maintenance were to retire the mortgage and to increase the annual maintenance budget from $25,000 to $100,000 - both by 2006.

As you know, Omega means “the end” and, for this reason, the Fraternity does not use Omega in chapter designations. However, the Foundation has determined that Omega was appropriate as we sought to retire the mortgage on the Headquarters Shrine. Thus, the Omega Society was formed in 2001.

The purpose of the Society is to ensure that our Headquarters Shrine remains the “crown jewel” of Sigma Nu for generations to come. Initially, this has been accomplished in two ways. First, members of the Omega Society contributed $2,000 annually which was applied directly to the mortgage until it was retired in 2004. Secondly, since the mortgage was retired, members of the Omega Society have had a choice to give $1,000 each year for life or to continue giving $2,000 annually.  These contributions are being used for the maintenance, upkeep and renovation of our beautiful and historic Shrine. Our current annual maintenance, upkeep and renovation budget is $125,000 per year. Today, over $75,000 of the funds budgeted come from Omega member contributions.

Mr. Sigma Nu, Brother Dick Fletcher had this to say about our Headquarters. When explaining why our headquarters was moved from Indianapolis to Lexington in a 1957 Delta Article, Brother Fletcher wrote “Sigma Nu is going home…to give added emphasis to history, traditions and ideals; to provide greater operational effectiveness…to stimulate pride in our heritage and encourage pilgrimages to our birthplace.” Brothers, these words continue to ring true, even some 50 years after our moving back home to Lexington.  We hope that you can join us in helping keep this dream alive for generations to come!

If you are interested in joining the Omega Society please contact us at (540) 463-1030.

Ω 1    Michael D. Long, Drury/Missouri State
Ω 2    Howard C. Pickett, North Carolina State
Ω 3    James C. Cherry, Hampden-Sydney
Ω 14    Anthony B. Fair, Georgia Southern
Ω 17    William K. Stoffer, Albion
Ω 18    Donald K. Densborn, Indiana
Ω 23    Joseph M. Gilman, Morehead State/Georgia
Ω 25    Michael E. Grant, Oklahoma
Ω 34    Daniel Rodriguez, Arizona State
Ω 35    E. G. White, Indiana
Ω 38    Todd M. Denson, Nicholls State
Ω 39    Stephen E. Ratterman, Sr., Indiana
Ω 40    Joseph A. Weber, Jr., Michigan State/Washington in St. Louis
Ω 41    Duane H. Dreger, MIT
Ω 43    J. Wiley Long, Arkansas, Fayetteville
Ω 45    Don K. Martin, Georgia State
Ω 46    Jason M. Lyons, Jefferson
Ω 49    Sean P. Killion, Jefferson
Ω 53    Albert W. Wurster, Purdue
Ω 57    Jerry D. Fields, Texas State
Ω 59    Charles R. Eitel, Oklahoma State
Ω 62    Bruce W. Lawson, Arizona State
Ω 64    Jeremy S. LaCombe, Northwestern State
Ω 65    Jason L. Dooley, Kennesaw State
Ω 66    James H. Paxton, Case Western Reserve
Ω 67    H. Cameron Williams, Jr., San Diego State/Arizona State
Ω 68    Christopher W. Graham, Lamar/Stephen F. Austin State/Houston
Ω 69    William B. Geddy, Georgia Southern
Ω 70    Jimmie D. Walker, Jr., Georgia Southern
Ω 71    Troy R. Barrentine, Georgia Southern
Ω 72    Raymon E. (Shane) Ragan II, Georgia Southern
Ω 73    Todd E. Kalish, Georgia Southern
Ω 74    John A. Hearn, Georgia
Ω 76    Todd E. Eliason, Montana State
Ω 77    John A. Shaner, Georgia Southern/Penn State
Ω 78    Matthew A. Camden, Nebraska-Lincoln/Oregon State
Ω 79    Brent E. Myers, Georgia Southern
Ω 80    Frank D. Bracken, Jr., North Texas
Ω 81    Jamison J. Keller, Cal State San Bernardino
Ω 82    Derek A. Pulos, Cal State San Bernardino
Ω 83    Dino N. Bozonelos, Cal State San Bernardino
Ω 84    J. Harry Shannon, Samford/Alabama
Ω 86    William R. Hickman, Jr., Georgia Southern
Ω 88    Jordan C. P. Wu, Cal Poly Pomona
Ω 89    Fred Dobry, Indiana State
Ω 90    Jonathan D. Sprenger, Drury
Ω 91    James J. Ehrmann, Iowa
Ω 92    Timothy J. Braddick, Cincinnati
Ω 93    James W. Bryan, Jr., West Georgia/Kennesaw State
Ω 94    Steven M. Brown, Oklahoma State
Ω 95    Ralph P. Moore, Jacksonville State
Ω 96    Noah G. Borton, Southern Utah
Ω 97    W. Carter Hutchins, Jr., Mississippi
Ω 99    Edwin W. Chapman, Houston
Ω 100    Hubert F. Hawthorn, Jr., Lamar
Ω 101    Griffin E. Jones, Oklahoma State
Ω 102    B. G. Dugan, Butler
Ω 103    John J. Cummins, Washington in St. Louis
Ω 104    Robert L. Moody, Jr., UC Santa Barbara
Ω 105    Robert J. Lalanne, UC Berkeley
Ω 106    Maxwell W. Wurster, Ball State/Kansas
Ω 108    Ben A. Buettell, Northwestern
Ω 109    Daniel W. Maslauski, Northwestern
Ω 110    William S. Murray, Purdue
Ω 111    Aaron J. Whomsley, Jefferson
Ω 112    David R. Christian, Arizona State
Ω 113    Stephen R. Gregg, Jr., Texas State
Ω 114    David A. von Nirschl, Illinois
Ω 115    James R. Mounier, Illinois State
Ω 116    James K. Gray, Texas State
Ω 117    John B. Roberts, Jr., Texas State
Ω 118    Andrew H. Jackson, Texas Tech

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9 North Lewis Street, P.O. Box 1869, Lexington, Virginia 24450
Phone: (540) 463-1869 | Fax: (540) 463-1669 | Email: headquarters@sigmanu.org

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