Robert “Bob” W. Muren
November 21, 1947 – March 27, 2017
|A new star shines in Heaven, born to light on March 27, 2017. While surrounded by his family’s love, Bob passed peacefully to be with our Lord.
Bob put his family first and loved being a husband, father and grandfather. He enjoyed his work, golfing and maintaining “Muren Park”. He was not only blessed with a sense of humor, but he was also extremely witty.
Preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Jean (nee Cannon) Muren. Devoted husband of Charlene (nee Poweleit). Amazing Dad to Shawna and Rob. Awesome Grandpa to Samuel, Joseph, Molly and Peter. Also survived by his sister, Sandra (E. “Buzz”) Wollenhaup, sisters-in-law Susan (Ronald) Prager and Pearl Hass. Further survived by many other relatives and wonderful friends.
Bob graduated from Mukwonago Union High School and then completed his Bachelor of Business Administration (Magna Cum Laude) from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He was active in Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. He received his Juris Doctorate from Marquette Law School and contributed to the Law Review.
Bob was Co-Founder and a Shareholder at Niebler & Muren, S.C. and then became a Shareholder at the law firm of Davis & Kuelthau, s.c., where he practiced law for the last 14 years. His focus was on health law and he was well respected in both the legal and medical communities. Bob thoroughly enjoyed helping his clients and collaborating with his colleagues every day.
Bob was instrumental in forming Sunset Bank & Savings. In addition, Bob lent his expertise for many community organizations. He was also proud to serve on the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Foundation Board of Directors.
As an avid golfer, Bob loved Merrill Hills Country Club and golfing with his buddies. He was honored to have served as Wisconsin State Golf Association President and was on the Board of Directors for many years. In addition, he committed much time and energy to many other golf associations.
Bob loved cheering from the sidelines and coaching his children’s and grandchildren’s sporting events. He was proud to be the first President of Waukesha West Booster Club. In addition, he loved attending Marquette Basketball games and was the Founder and Co-Chairman of the M-Club Golf Outing for Marquette University for 17 years.
The family would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to Dr. E. Atallah for his positive encouragement for Bob’s first step in battling Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Our deepest gratitude to Dr. P. Hari for his unparalleled compassion and wisdom throughout the bone marrow transplant process. Our sincere appreciation for every person who touched Bob’s life through their wonderful care at Froedtert. We will be forever grateful to Dr. Martin Kern for his lifelong caring and concern as Bob’s personal physician and great friend.
Visitation will be on Thursday, May 11 at All Saints Lutheran Church (705 W. Tomlin Road, Wales) from 10 am until the Memorial Service at 12 noon.
Bob respectfully requests donations to Wisconsin State Golf Association Foundation, Inc., the Medical College of Wisconsin or the charity of your choice, in lieu of flowers.
“Dad Guy, we will love you forever.”
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Born in Janesville, WI on Jun. 4, 1947
Departed on Jan. 23, 2014 and resided in Janesville, WI.
Celebration of Steve’s Life: Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Personal Remembrance Stories: Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014, 6:30 pm
JANESVILLE— Stephen R. Van Galder, age 66, of Janesville, died Thursday, January 23, 2014 at home. He was born on June 4, 1947 in Janesville, the son of Sam and Phyllis (Hale) Van Galder. Steve graduated from Janesville High School in 1965 and UW- Whitewater in 1969, where he was a member of the Warhawk football team and served as a President of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. A Janesville resident all his life, he married Suzanne Sullivan on June 5, 1971 in Janesville. Steve was a member of Morning Rotary, the United Motor Coach Association and other motor coach organizations. He served on many Boards of Directors to include: Wisconsin Motor Coach Association, Mercy Hospital, Johnson Bank, and The Janesville Country Club. Steve was inducted into the Janesville Sports Hall of Fame, a recipient of The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Distinguished Alumni Award as well as the University’s Director of Athletics Award of Excellence. Steve’s father and mother started Van Galder Bus Co. with one cab and one school bus in 1947. Steve and his older brother, David, worked there while growing up and eventually took over the “wheels on the bus.” Steve later became sole owner and his expansion efforts included motor coach buses for tours expanding across the U.S. and later daily service to O’Hare International Airport. Steve sold the company to Coach USA in 1999 but remained on as president.
Steve was an amazing man, loving husband, father, grandfather, son and devoted friend to many. He passionately looked forward to his 7am tee times with his buddies every weekend till the snow would fly and sometimes after. He enjoyed solving the world’s problems and athletic events with his breakfast group at the Wedge Inn. He was an avid reader, Packer and Badger fan and loved listening to Roy Orbison. Traveling with his family was important to him. Those times were times he would leave the office “at the office.” His favorite destinations were Maui, HI, Sanibel Island, FL and Nagawicka Lake, Delafield, WI. He took great pride in caddying for his son Sam’s many golf tournaments and traveling with his daughter Sara across the country to her equestrian events. His newest joy in his life was his 20-month-old grandson, Graham.
He is survived by; his high school sweetheart and wife of 43 years, Suzanne Van Galder; a son, Sam (fiancé, Emily Diece) Van Galder; a daughter Sara (Nathan) Miller; his mother, Phyllis Van Galder; a grandson, Graham Miller all of Janesville; sisters-in-law, Lana Van Galder and her daughters: Arra (Ladel) Van Galder-Cass and Leah (Joe) Lidbury; Jeri (John) Torpy and her daughters: Jodi (Eric) Lathrop and Jennifer (Doug) Fondriest. Preceding Steve in death were his father, Sam and brother, David Van Galder and his father and mother-in-law, Vincent and Josephine Sullivan.
Services and a celebration of Steve’s life will be held on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at the Janesville Country Club from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, with personal remembrance stories beginning at 6:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Heart Association of Wisconsin, UW-Whitewater Athletic Department or the Janesville YMCA. Schneider Apfel Schneider & Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory is assisting the family. For online obituary and registry: www.schneiderfuneraldirectors.com
Looking back on the past four plus years of being the High Pi of Lambda-Iota Zeta in Whitewater, I am thankful for all the support the colony and I have received.
I would like to announce as of today, the Grand High Zeta has voted in favor of giving the men of Lambda-Iota Zeta their charter back! It’s been a ton of work, but I was lucky enough to be surrounded by an amazing group of young men eager to work towards one common cause. I personally would like to thank Brother Bob Hazod for his unwavering support through all the rough times we encountered. Without that support, I don’t know if I could have pushed through all the obstacles. It seems like yesterday we were told it wasn’t possible and given little to no chance at success. Thanks for everything, Brother Hazod.
I look forward to the bright future this chapter, alumni association, and fratenity has to offer. To the unwavering group of young men I have the pleasure of leading, thank you from the bottom of my heart. You have earned every ounce of recognition you receive now and in the future! Here’s to setting the pace to which everyone else works to and never looking back!
Nick “Pokes” Weisensel
It is that time of year again. Homecoming is just around the corner and the celebration is about to begin. This year’s Homecoming will be held on October 20th. The festivities will begin at the house at 9am, shortly before the parade starts. Come help us celebrate all of the chapter’s many successes. One of which is the fact that we have had the highest overall chapter GPA on campus for 4 straight semesters. The colony is also on the cusp of receiving its charter (hopefully by the end of this fall semester).
There will be food, drink and a gift provided at the house for a $20 fee. We would also like to welcome the original founding fathers who will be in attendance for their “Last Round-Up” of their generation. They will be coming from all over the country for one last time to show their support and reconnect with their brothers. The last time most of these brothers were around was homecoming of 1998 so come share this with them. We look forward to seeing everyone there!
If you have any questions feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Newly initiated Brothers are:
Matt Jolitz, Lambda-Iota 953
Scott Muller, Lambda-Iota 954
Graduating Winter 2011:
Joe Humer, Lambda-Iota 934, with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism and a Communications minor.
CONGRATULATIONS are in order for the newest initiated brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Iota Zeta. Fall 2010 grades are in and the men posted an impressive 3.15 cumulative GPA. Way to go men. The 932 brothers before you are impressed by your hard work and dedication. Keep up the good work men. You make us proud. A special thanks goes out also to Nick “Pokes” Weisensel on his dedication and hard work with these men. Ever since their return, Nick has driven home the importance of grades and education. Nick deserves just as much recognition as the undergrads. Way to go guys.
On Friday night December 3, 2010 the men of Elmhurst College drove to 416 W. North Street and conducted the first ritual over 5 yrs. Starting at 8pm, it was an emotional experience not only for the Associate Members but for the alumni present as well. At 4am the next morning, the following men were initiated into the brotherhood of Lambda Chi Alpha: Aaron Ciha 933, Joe Humer 934, David Olmos 935, Jeff Martin 936, Brad Riss numberswiki.com
937, Derrick Driscoll 938, Matt Schmus 939, James ‘Alex’ Vogel 940, Jordan Alward 941, Neal Fagan 942, Max Hammond 943, Josh Heath 944, Brian Holman 945, Ross Krueger 946, Jeremy Peterson 947, Chris Schrubbe 948 and Matt Turk 949. Please join me in welcoming these men into the bond of our brotherhood. We are back at UW Whitewater gentlemen, lets make sure that history does not repeat itself. Alumni involvement and contributions will go along way in making this colonly/chapter the strongest version at whitewater.
UPDATE****** Due to a scheduling conflict with Elmhurst College, Ritual has been pushed forward to 7pm on FRIDAY DECEMBER 3rd. ELC asks that any alumni who wish to attend arrive btwn 7 and 7:15pm. Brothers, come renew more info
your bond in Lambda Chi Alpha and witness the first Ritual at Lambda Iota Zeta in over 5 yrs. A…s stated earlier, please reply to this post if you plan on attending so we have enough seats
Brothers, Just an update about the meeting scheduled for 11/14/10. Due to scheduling conflicts, the meeting has been moved to this sunday 11/07/10. The meeting will start at 5pm and go over Housing Corps issues. Alumni Association and Alumni Advisory Board issues will follow. Anyone wishing to attend the Chapter meeting may do so. It starts at 7pm and will be held at the UC in Room 67. In the meantime, watch this site for updates/pictures on Homecoming 2010
ΛΧΑ Alumni Association Meeting Minutes
416 W North St.
Whitewater WI, 53190
Meeting called to order 4:05
Attendance: Greg Ammon, Jacob Ciha, Bob Hazod, Bryon Hobbs, C.J. Kactro, Rick Lyon, Brian Kelm, Nick Weisensel , Aaron Fieseler ELC.
1) Associate Member Ceremony was held on campus at 2:00 this afternoon, it was put on by Elmhurst College Chapter Pi Zeta Zeta.
2) New bathroom ideas will be previewed at Homecoming and construction to commence next semester.
A) If you like to donate to this cause please contact the High Pi Pokes at (608) 577-6273 or visit the website to donate online www.uww.edu
3) Homecoming discussed
A) Shirt design: Front – Cross & Crescent on front and reads est. 2010, back – the Iron Cross designed by Corey w/ Truman quote. The cost will be $15.00 each, sizes M-XL.
B) A banner with the letters and “Welcome Back” is to be purchased for Chapter use.
C) A video montage containing old and new pictures synced with Lambda songs created by Brother Rick Lyon will be available for $5.00 (well worth it).
D) Rick will also be selling LCA inspired baked goods (worth TBD).
E) There will be a dunk tank, sumo suits and possibly a bouncy house for kids and adults who act like kids. Bed sheet volleyball will be added to the list of events.
F) Remember the house will be open to Alumni Friday! There are a number of AMs and Alumni who will be celebrating that evening and into Saturday morning.
G) Jimmy Johns to cater.
4) The Alpha will be installed prior to homecoming and unveiled that day. For those who aren’t aware the Lambda and Chi have been on the house for several years without the Alpha.
5) Scholarships raised to $1,500.00.
A) Half is allocated for the brother with the best GPA, the other for the AM with best GPA
B) To qualify library hours (4/wk) must be fulfilled, observance of the dry house rules, etc.
C) Violator will be disqualified.
D) If you like to donate to this cause please contact High Pi Pokes at (608) 577-6273 or visit the website to donate online www.uww.edu
6) Save the date Saturday 23rd of April – Formal at Geneva National! Last year was awesome, this year is sure to be even better!
7) Winter Alumni event – Admirals game!
8) Greg’s out of context quote of the meeting “I’ll volunteer your wife.”
9) ELC Report
A) This coming Saturday the 16th from 12-4 there will be Alumni Advisory Board training.
B) It will be led by Master Steward Jon Williamson a former NIC VP.
C) Training will assist AAB members about staying involved, streamlining the offices, and making the organization more effective.
D) ELC to assist with rush techniques.
10) Special thanks to the Elmhurst College Chapter Pi Zeta Zeta for putting on Associate Member Ceremony.
11) Internationals has reached out and found Lambda Chi Alpha brothers in the area who are members of other Zetas who may be interested in participating in LI-Z Alumni Association, welcome and ZAX to those looking to join!
12) Goal for the AA – Simply put, be recognized by Internationals as one of the best Alumni Associations in the country. To do this we need the continued outstanding support of our members and new dedicated brothers to join. On a personal note it is truly an amazing group of guys we have now, everyone is highly motivated, we have a long track record of success, we get things done, plans come to fruition, and it’s a hell of a lot of fun spending time with these men. Come check it out!
13) The Associate Members in the house are current with rent.
14) Sunday the 24th the Chapter and AA will be pulling landscaping duty. Pokes and those who have a debt to repay will begin 8am. Alumni are welcome to assist at a time of their choosing. We will also be repainting the letters on the driveway.
15) This week’s mission: If you’re a member of the AA – Get brothers to attend homecoming, if you’re not a member of the AA – Join the AA and come to homecoming.
16) 11-14-10 will be the next meeting, 5:00 Housing Corps, AA meeting to follow.
Motion to Adjourn, Seconded 5:07
Humbly Prepared by…
LI – 892
UPDATE: AM Ceremony will take place this Sunday 10/10/10 at 2pm in Whitewater. The event will be held in the University Center Rooms UC 68A&B. We will be meeting at the House around 1pm and heading over for those of you who don’t know where these rooms are located. This is it Gentlemen, all the hard work is about to pay off.
A Note from the High Pi:
With the recolonization becoming a reality, I have been walking the house, trying to find little projects for the men in an attempt to help them invest in their home. The downstairs half bath is in need of a redo. In a perfect world, I would love to have this job completed before homecoming, however, there is much to be done with the ELC on campus and the recolonization occuring this semester, therefore, I would like to start the project this spring. The men of the soon to be Lambda Chi Alpha Colony will be helping me with the remodel, as an investment project. We are in desperate need of material and/or funds to finish the job on time. That is where your support as an alumni comes in. I am including with this note, a list of all the parts/material that will be needed for the half bath. I am asking anyone who has extra or left over material from their own projects to please donate to this worthwhile cause. Material can be dropped off at the house, or contact me through this website/facebook so we can set something up. If you don’t have material but still want to contribute, monetary donations are acceptable. All you have to do in order to make a donation, is to use the pay pal option on this website. All donations will be greatly appreciated and will show internationals just how strong an alumni base Lambda Iota Zeta truly has. Hope to see at homecoming 2010
Vanity Top $379
Faucet and Pipes $80
Drywall, Tape, Mud and Screws $66
New Solid Core Door and Trim $180
Light and Electrical Fixtures $80
Paint and Primer $60
Tile (Floor and Wainscot) $192.50
Tile Backer, Screws, Thinset and Grout $78
Alumni Association Meeting Minutes
416 W North St.
Whitewater WI, 53190
Meeting called to order 5:19
1) Roll taken.
2) Rush Discussed
A) 7PM-8PM Capture the Flag 8PM-10PM Pool, darts and refreshments in the UC, Alums encourages
by the Delta, Matt Schmus to attend.
B) Sept 24-29th and Oct 4th to 18th ELCs will be present to help facilitate re-colonization.
C) Rush shirts discussed, tentative design, (Front) “Why Lambda Chi?” (Back) “We Stand Out”
D) Greg expounded the necessity of asking good questions when engaging new and prospective
E) Rush is main focus for the time being > Know what’s going on, Ask good questions, Alumni are
encouraged to participate!!!
D) For more information or to donate to Fall rush call Matt Schmus, High Delta (414) 324-1141.
3) “It’s like trying to teach a duck how to eat a worm.” – Greg’s out of context quote of the week.
4) Pokes went to Hobos to look for furniture, however was unsuccessful. Pokes and Rick to make a trip
to IKEA. Friday the 24th Milton and Pokes to go to UW swap shop for the same purpose.
5) Pokes to remodel the small bathroom down stairs in October. Donations of materials, time, or money
are more than welcome please, contact the High Pi Pokes (608) 577-3086 to donate.
6) Homecoming will be an open event to all friends and Alumni who wish to attend.
A) There will be shirts available for sale, both the Chapter homecoming shirts and a specially designed
shirt by Corey. Also there will be Lambda Iota DVDs, and glassware for sale.
B) There will be a Bouncy thing, sumo-wrestling suits, and the dunk tank (AAB members to
C) Rick will be holding a bake sale featuring LCA inspired foods and treats.
D)Due to the incompetency and questionable cleanliness to the Super 8 we will not be blocking off a
rooms there. Rooms 3 and 9 will be set up to accommodate any brother who wishes to
spend the night.
E) Friday night will be same as previously discussed (Gather at house for cookout then DT)
7) AAB Secretary found unguarded Carrot Cake, delicious!
8) Next Alumni event will be Admirals game towards the end of January. Tentative plan is to pregame
at Brother Mike Clarke’s bar (Mikeys Place), then off to the game, post game festivities to follow.
9) Alumni Mentors Program discussed, tentatively initiates will be available to adopt at Spring Formal.
To volunteer please contact High Pi Pokes (608) 577-3086, more information to come.
10) At the plate: On deck: Homecoming, for financial stability to.
11) A short ZAX session to be held at 4:30 on 10-10-10 prior to the next AAB meeting.
12) CJ proposes the creation of the “Chi” position, staffed by Milton and myself (CJ) to handle
communications and operations with the “Hiatus Generation”.
A) Rick motions for a vote, seconded.
B) Vote held, passes unanimously.
C) To help with this position please contact Bryon “Milton” Hobbs at (414) 315-0773
or myself (CJ Kactro) at (262) 224-9386.
13) Alumni are invited to attend the general chapter business meeting on campus after AAB meetings.
A) After general chapter business meetings one alumni with teach a short class in an area in which
they are knowledgeable.
14) Call to duty: Brothers and Alumni, replacement has always been one of our most important duties!
For the undergrads please remember how dear the fraternity is to you and how it has become a part
of your life, do your best to find other people that will share those ideas which we hold so dear.
Fellow alumni, the Fraternity has made us the men we are today, that is a debt we cannot repay, but
that doesn’t mean we can try…encourage others to join us!
15) Special Recognition: The AAB would like to recognize Marty Hoke and Kevin Shumate for their
very generous donations to the Fraternity, it is appreciated!
Motion to Adjourn, Seconded, 6:23
Humbly Prepared by…
LI – 892
HOMECOMING INFO: SAVE THE DATES 10/29/10 AND 10/30/10. This year, homecoming occurs on 10/30/10 but the Alumni Association thought…Why not extend it? Internationals is back this semester and we have a lot to celebrate. So we are extending the weekend to include events on Friday the 29th as well. Information will be posted soon both here and on the facebook page, but for now….SAVE THESE DATES!!!!
Alumni Association Meeting Minutes
416 W North St.
Whitewater WI, 53190
Meeting Called to order 5:25
1)Letter from Patrick Vaughn of Internationals circulated regarding re-colonization expansion dates Sept 24-29 and Oct 4-18.
2). Alumni Association Board Officer status discussed
3) There will be a Brother from Racine to help with recoloniztion. More info to come.
4) The University is happy with our performance thus far, keep up with standards
5) Grades Discussed
a. Chapter GPA 2.94, good enough for 4th (AS – 3.04, AKA – 3.00. DZ – 2.96)
b. AM GPA 2.96
c. This our #1 priority, look to the general chapter and AAB if you need help!
d. Ritual 2.25 or above.
e. Get your class schedule to Brad at the first meeting!
6) City is displeased with the letters on the house. Don assured the AAB this is a non-issue.
7) Rush Dates
a. Sept 15 (Capture the Flag) Sept 21 (Deal or No-Deal) Sept 21 (Dinner at the house)
b. Advertising – Business cards, Table tents (pending approval) posters (pending approval) and fliers are to be utilized.
c. Dorm Storming – Limited use pending approval from Rick. You may not solicit, however you may speak to people you already are acquainted with.
d. Rush Boards (pending approval from Resident Life)
e. Side walk chalking will take place the 12-14th Sept
f .Get dudes! “Make the sale” -Greg
8 ) Remodel of small bathroom to take place before homecoming.
a.If you have materials, money or time you wish to donate, please contact Pokes at 608-577-3086. Also stay tuned to this website for more information.
9) Rick will be blocking off rooms at the Super 8 for Homecoming weekend (both Friday and Saturday the 29-30th of October so Alumni can stay the weekend.
a. Tentative gathering at the house Friday evening, cook out if the weather holds, cocktail hour 9-230am, unprovoked harassment of the float builders to follow. Contact Rick if interested 262-993-2256.
10) Tentative Plans for Homecoming day
a. Charge for entry (price to be set) brother will receive a T-Shirt, food and drink, access to the bouncy house for the kids, dunk tank, possibly sumo suits as well.
Come one come all, we have lots to celebrate this year!
11) For those living in the house SIGN YOUR LEASES, PAY YOUR SECURITY DEPOSIT, PAY YOUR RENT.
a. If you’re on the payment plan 1st half of rent is due upon occupancy! 2nd half due on Oct 15 (not at the end of the semester).
12) Feasibility of using Alpine Valley as an income stream discussed, and will be looked into.
13) Pokes, Bear, and Milton will be looking into different auctions to obtain furniture for the house
a. Pokes and Bear will be attending the on campus auction held the 3rd weekend of each month.
b. Pokes and Milton to visit UW Swap Shop in Madison.
14) Joe is looking into the cost/benefit of running an ad in the Royal Purple. If you would like to donate to this cause please contact him at 262-327-2167.
15) Eric to Remain as Chapter Advisor. Thank you and congratulations, we appreciate your service!
Housing Corps (abbrv.)
1) A fine of $250.00 will be applied to the account of anyone who breaks the door jamb of a room by kicking it open.
Motion to Adjourn, seconded, 7:35
Humbly Prepared by…
LI – 892
Click on the following link to view a calendar of upcoming events for the men and alumni of Lambda Chi Alpha Iota Zeta.
The first annual Pokesapolooza was held this past weekend (07/10/10) at Tumbledown Trails in Middleton WI. The event was an astounding success with 13 brothers hitting the links for a full day of camaraderie, brotherhood and hi jinks. 18 holes and 5 and 1/2 hours later, we were all back in the club house, sun burned and tired but filled with great memories. Memories like Brad R texting a special someone and forgetting to tee off to Rick L getting so wrapped up in his swing that he actually lost a club somewhere between the 15th and 17th hole. (If anyone found it, please let him know). It was a day where big brothers got reacquainted with their little brothers; new friendships forged and everyone being brought up to speed on our recolonization efforts.
The event wasn’t without it’s awards and gifts either. Before teeing off, Brothers received a complimentary gift bag full of tee’s, golf balls and a golf towel. In addition to this, the winner of the 1st annual Pokesapolooza will be immortalized on a plaque that will hang prominently in the chapter room at the house. This year’s winner, with a score of 78 is Brother Ryan Brinza. But wait, we don’t stop there. where there is a low score, there is a high score. We decided to honor this year’s highest scoring brother with an award as well. The Duffer Award is a traveling award, and will be passed on year after year to the brother with the highest score. Each year that brother will modify the award in his own personal way, kind of like the “Chuck” award for those of you who remember. This year’s Duffer award went to Brother Jeff Martin with a score of 154. Not to worry though, Jeff wasn’t alone in his endeavor to attain the highest score. 3 other brothers were in the running. Maybe next year fellas. Thanks again to all those who made this event a successful and joyous brotherhood event. Hopefully, next year’s will be even bigger and better.
This is a 2 month ALERT 2 Months from today (Wed July 14, 2010) we will be having our annual lunch at the Great Wolf in the Wis Dells
The plan is the same as in the past meet greet eat no meeting or dues
I will send out a more informative Email shortly but would appreciate hearing from you if you if you know if you will attend or not. Have heard from a couple of Bros that they can’t make it this year,,,but hope to hear from most of you that you will attend..
Check the address list and pass this on to anyone missed that you have contact with…. Thanks
Please pass it on and encourage a large attendance…
The Alumni Association is proud to announce that plans for a Reunion Formal are under way. The first formal in over 6 years will be held Saturday April 17th, 2010 at the Inns of Geneva National in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. We currently have a block of rooms reserved through March 17th under Lambda Chi Alpha. Once again, we will be staying in the Condo’s that are located on the Golf greens, and rates are set at $109 per room plus tax. Check in is at 4pm, unless otherwise negotiated.
Formal will be held in one of Geneva National Golf Resort’s beautiful and spacious Banquet halls. Dinner will be catered, and those in attendance will have their choice of Chicken or Pork Rack. Start time for the event is tentatively set for 5pm. More information on the night’s activities will be forth coming as the event draws closer.
See below for details on this year’s Reunion Formal:
DATE: Saturday April 17th, 2010
TIME: 5:00pm to 10pm (Tentative)
LOCATION: Inns of Geneva National
1091 Hidden Cottage Circle
Lake Geneva, WI 53147
Ask for Jeri Simandl, she will be assisting us in setting up rooms.
We have rooms set aside under Lambda Chi Alpha through 03/17/10. If you call after the 17th, still let them know you are a part of the Formal.
Rooms start at $109 plus tax
Note: Brothers will be responsible for setting up their own lodging for formal.
COST: $50.00 per plate
The cost includes Food, Banquet Hall Charge, Formal Memento and donation to the Alumni Association.
***When you get to the PayPal page, be sure to click CONTINUE in the lower left column if you do not have a PayPal account. YOU DO NOT NEED TO REGISTER FOR PAYPAL TO PAY WITH YOUR CREDIT CARD.
PAYMENT: Brothers can pay via credit card using the Pay Pal account set up on the website at UWWLCA.com. Please make sure to mark you choice of dinner(s) when submitting your payment. Please include the names of those attending as well.
The Cutoff date for RSVP’s will be Wednesday March 31st 2010.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Nick “Pokes” Weisensel or Rick Lyon via facebook.
A Letter from our High Pi, Brother Nick Weisensel
The recolonization effort is in full force. We are now up to 15 dedicated men. The house has been newly landscaped and the front porch has been painted. Everything is going great. Now it is time to celebrate! Come join us and help the cause during homecomeing. The homecoming event will be at the house starting at 9 am. The parade starts at 10 am. Lots of food, snacks and N/A beverages will be provided. There are a lot of new things this year that will be going on. We will be having a cookout after the parade. We also are trying to tie in our recolonization efforts by having a dunk tank, and yes, I will be one of the individuals in the tank. I am not too worried though. If I learned anything from all those years watching Galle, Schreck and Harold play IFC softball, it is that they throw like girls, and they were our best. haha. All money raised by the dunk tank will be given to the food drive for this semester. We will also have empty barrels there for food drop
off. We also will be raffling off two bean bag toss games decorated in Lambda Chi Alpha art with the proceeds going to the housing corporation. One of our main goals this semester, besides continuing our recolonization efforts, is to raise money for the house. We are running low on cash and face losing it next semester without raising about 3 leases worth of income. I am also working on getting some sumo suits. The guys and myself are looking forward to seeing everyone this year! Lets have a blast!