Thursday, June 30, 2016

Old Bro News & Notes - June 2016

Here's what we like to see for a summertime edition of Old Bro News & Notes .... one of our very own, Old Bro Dave Adelman (EpSig 702), lounging around in the water on a hot summer day.  But DO NOT BE DECEIVED, as Old Bro Dave is truly a man on a mission.  Read the following note he sent in to the OBN .....

My UCLA Lambda Chi Brothers . . .

Fit 4 The Cause is a tax exempt non-profit organization (

I helped form it a little over two years ago and remain intimately involved in its leadership.

In the past 12 months F4TC has helped over 200 unduplicated individuals with various health challenges improve the quality of their lives through fitness and nutrition.

I’m now training to compete in a swim relay and hope to raise a few bucks for this great cause in the process.  

Please click on this link and give me a hand.

Many thanks to Brother Rees Evans for his inaugural contribution to my fundraising campaign.

David Adelman (Ep Sig 702)

Come on now, Old Bro's, let's get behind Dave's cause and help him get to his finish line.  I mean the least we can do is get our boy a decent pair of goggles so he doesn't have to swim all those laps in his Ray Bans !! 

Also, Old Bro Network is pleased to announce the addition of ONE new Old Bro, please welcome Stu Gibson to the tribe.  Stu was initially from the Zeta Psi chapter of Lambda Chi at Arizona State, but spent his grad school time (1956-57) living at EpSig, where, as he says "My best and lifelong friendships were created during that year".  Welcome aboard, Stu !! 

One other update to note is that Bill Schlichter sent in an updated phone number to contact him at, his updated Vcard has been e-mailed out, please update your records accordingly.

OMEGA ..... Old Bro Network is sad to report that Brian Baggott (EpSig 785) recently lost his battle with esophageal cancer, and has left us way too soon.  As we have done with all the other Old Bro's who have left us, we will honor Brian's memory by changing his status to "In Memoriam" on the Old Bro roster. 

EpSig 700

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