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2020 Alumni Awards

Division Commander of the Year

The Division Commander of the Year award recognizes those regional volunteers who have provided years of service to the Fraternity and have had special achievements noted during the past twelve months.

Dino N. Bozonelos (Cal State San Bernardino)

Throughout Dino’s tenure, Alumni Advisory Boards (AABs) in his Division have seen growth and improvements, and Dino has had a hand in that process. His passion for the chapters in his Division and his brothers has fueled much of his work in recruiting and training AAB members. Most recently, Dino helped arrange a virtual service for a brother who entered the Chapter Eternal, exemplifying his love for those around him.

Even during challenging times, he continued to look for the greater good in each chapter and lend the helping hand. He encourages brothers to realize their full potential, as well as making sure they are held accountable to the Fraternity’s high standards. Brother Bozonelos encourages not only collegiate chapters to be represented at Grand Chapter, but the alumni as well. He is steadfast in supporting the achievement of the Fraternity’s honorable mission in his Division.

 

Chapter Advisor of the Year

The Chapter Advisor of the Year award recognizes a Chapter Advisor who demonstrates a genuine commitment to the ideals of Sigma Nu and has modeled them through attendance at officer and chapter meetings, support for chapter goal-setting and achievement, assistance in the development of special chapter events and programs, and support for The Ritual and its values.

Christopher M. Foeste (Southeast Missouri State)

Christopher has served many roles as an alumnus throughout the Fraternity. He is constantly looking for areas that can be improved or areas he can help assist. He has used his time and energy to facilitate LEAD sessions for brothers, attend chapter meetings, organize year-round advisory meetings, lead the committee that oversees the chapter’s endowed scholarship, and many other selfless acts to ensure the strength of Mu Kappa Chapter.

 

 

 

House Corporation Officer of the Year

The major emphasis in selecting a recipient for the House Corporation Officer of the Year award is a housing corporation officer whose active participation in the affairs of the chapter and the General Fraternity has been a noteworthy example and who has demonstrated leadership, involvement, and overall achievement. The House Corporation Officer of the Year demonstrates a genuine commitment to the ideals of Sigma Nu and has modeled them through his efforts with the chapter’s House Corporation.

Craig W. Hays (Illinois)

Craig has been the President of the Gamma Mu Chapter House Corporation for over 10 years, and his commitment and to his duties and the Fraternity has impacted many people during his time. Craig played a significant role in getting the chapter house restored to its rightful condition. He spent countless hours ensuring the safety and preservation of its original elegance.

Not only is Craig heavily involved in the Fraternity, but he is passionate about the business he built, Champaign–Urbana News Agency. He has helped rebuild the House Corporation to its top potential strength and continues to work with Gamma Mu (Illinois) alumni to ensure the continuity of operations at a level of excellence when his tenure is complete.

 

Alumni Chapter Officer of the Year

The major emphasis in selecting a recipient for the Alumni Chapter Officer of the Year award is an alumni chapter officer whose active participation in the affairs of the alumni chapter and the General Fraternity has been a noteworthy example and who has demonstrated leadership, involvement, and overall achievement. The Alumni Chapter Officer of the Year demonstrates a genuine commitment to the ideals of Sigma Nu and has modeled them through his efforts with the chapter’s Alumni Chapter.

Robert E. Lohman (Cal State Chico/San Jose State)

Throughout his chapter, Bob has been admired for his guiding light and upholding the ideals of the Fraternity. He is selfless when it comes to giving up his time and attention to Iota Kappa (Chico State) Chapter, the General Fraternity, and the University. Brother Lohman is not only a great example of what a brother should exemplify, but a quality example of what Sigma Nu stands for.

Lohman is a face of support behind many candidate classes, where he takes the time to mentor, teach, and guide them towards their own personal success. He takes it upon himself to reach out to those in need and to help in areas he feels can be improved. He has everyone’s best intentions in mind and keeps the values of the Fraternity close.

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