Sigma Chi's strength can be found in its Seven Ideals given to us by our founders, and the Three Great Aims of our fraternity - friendship, justice, and learning. These values unite us. We are an organization dedicated to the development of our members, evidenced by the extraordinary leaders that have emerged from our ranks.
Tuesday April 5th, 2016 5:00:00 PM
403 Line Dr Cir Lincoln, NE 68508
The Alumni Chapter decided to try a tailgate and baseball game this year and see what kind of attendance we get.
We plan to begin tailgating at 5:00 p.m., one and a half hour prior to the 6:30 p.m. start of the Nebraska/Kansas State baseball game. We have obtained a suite with 20 tickets on a first come first serve basis for the game. Secure your ticket or tickets in advance of the tailgate.
For more information and to RSVP click here.
There will be a Celebration of Life Gathering for Rockey White in Reno, Nevada on Friday, March 19th. Rock, the unforgettable Sioux Falls kid pledged Alpha Epsilon in the Fall of 1963, was a beloved figure at 1510 Vine Street. He passed away of cancer in Reno on August 29, 2015. The event will be hosted by his spouse, Stephanie White. Rock’s sons, Josh and Jeremy and Ian will be in attendance. Several Sigs of the 60’s will attend, including Rock’s pledge brothers Bob Gillaspie, Bruce Cutshall and Steve Davis, as well as brothers from that era: Jack London, Steve Olsen and Tom Sorenson.
When: March 19th @3pm
Where: The Flowing Tide Pub 9570 South McCarran Blvd
More Information: Steve Davis at email@example.com
Please make plans to attend the Greater Nebraska Area Alumni Chapter fall luncheon Thursday, Oct 22nd from noon to 1pm at the Lincoln Country Club. During our luncheon, the Alumni Chapter will recognize the Alpha Epsilon Chapter for their recent Peterson Award that was presented to our brothers that attended Balfour Leadership Training Workshop this summer. The Chapter has not received a Peterson Award since 2002. In addition, the Chapter members would like to share the progress they are making at 1510 Vine Street.
You should have already received a “Save the Date” postcard for the reunion of the Sigs of the 70’s (pledge classes 1968-1978). The Sigs of the 60’s have enjoyed enormous success promoting the reunions. No reunion effort specific for the Sigs of the 70’s has been put together, until now.
On Husker homecoming weekend, September 25th and 26th, 2015, we will be getting together on Friday night, September 25th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. for hors d’oeuvres and cocktails at the Nebraska Club (20th Floor U.S. Bank Building) in Lincoln. Make your own dinner plans or play it by ear.... more
Gerald W. Ferguson ’51, age 86, entered Chapter Eternal on Friday, July 25, 2014, with his loving wife, Beverly, close by his side. Jerry was born in Scottsbluff, Neb., on July 19, 1928, and attended Scottsbluff High School where he excelled in multiple sports. He attended the University of Nebraska and joined the United States Air Force in 1951, attending Officers Training School. Prior to his deployment to Okinawa, Japan, he met Beverly and they were married on November 28, 1953. As a coach, teacher, and athletic director, Coach “Ferg”, a man of integrity, leaves behind a legacy regarded as one of the most successful and respected high school football coaches in the Santa Clara Valley.
Fred E. G. Bruening ’52 entered Chapter Eternal on August 27, 2014. Born February 19, 1930, in Hartington, Neb., Gene attended Cedar Catholic High School in Hartington and earned his master’s degree in business at the University of Nebraska. Gene reached the rank of 1st lieutenant in the United State... more
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Dr. Mick Dragoo ’64. Mick died on March 17, 2015, at his residence in Escondido, California, of an apparent heart attack. He is survived by his dear wife of 46 years, Mary, two sons, Jason and Justin, and several grandchildren. Celebration of life ceremonies were held in Rancho Santa Fe on March 27.
Mick was the lead donor in the most recent Alpha Epsilon capital campaign in which he generously gave $250,000, which was instrumental in sparking completion of our $2.6 million target. Undergraduate officersheld a private candlelit White Rose Ceremony at 1510 Vine on March 19 to honor Mick for his dedication to Sigma Chi. He leaves behind and will be sorely missed by his brothers from the Sigs of the Sixties. All honor to his name.