Sunday, April 24, 2011

New "Old Bro's" + Updates - 4/24/11

After a very successful Chartering Banquet honoring the "New Bro's" who have re-colonized EpSig on the UCLA campus, it's time to get back to the business of expanding the "Old Bro" roster. 

Towards that goal, the Old Bro Network is pleased to announce the addition of FIVE new Old Bro's as well as an update for TWO Old Bro's.  This brings the updated roster count of "Old Bro's" to 129.

"Stud of the Week" mentions go to Steve Sann, Pete Phelps, Bill Schlichter, and Chuck Campbell for sending in contact info on other Old Bro's who were not previously on the roster.

First up, please welcome another of the very old and very wise 500 zeta bro's, Tom Fagan (EpSig 504).  Tom continues to serve as the President of the House Corporation Board, and is a great resource to draw upon if you need any information about the house and its operations.

From the ranks of the 600 zeta bro's, Old Bro Network welcomes Mike Cook (EpSig 656) and Glenn Garlick (EpSig 679).  Feel free to drop either of them a note and say howdy.

Checking in next we have another former High Alpha, Scott Sellens (EpSig 839), who currently operates his dentistry practice in the city of Fullerton.

Finally, please welcome another of the four digit zeta bro's, Kevin Brennan (EpSig 1027), currently working for Jones Lang LaSalle in their San Francisco office.

An updated e-mail address has been sent in by Steve Smith (EpSig 806), and updated work info was sent in by Tom Larson (EpSig 612). 

New & updated e-cards have been sent out for all of the Old Bro's mentioned above ..... as usual, if you have contact info for any other Old Bro's who are NOT currently on the roster, send it to my attention and I'll get them hooked up.

Cheers,
MJH
EpSig 700

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