More than 60 Sigma Chis Recognized for their Career Achievements

The Sigma Chi International Fraternity has named 65 alumni to its 2014 class of Significant Sigs. From CEOs and executives to leaders in medicine, sports and the arts, the Fraternity has honored 1,687 alumni since 1935 with the Significant Sig Award. The honor recognizes members for their professional achievements.
The Fraternity will present the Significant Sig medallion to the 2014 recipients at local events or at Sigma Chi’s legislative event, called Grand Council, in June in Skokie, lll.
Members of the new class are:
Phil Bale, M.D., WISCONSIN 1972
Brig. Gen. Steve Basham, WESTERN KENTUCKY 1987
John Bevilaqua, TENNESSEE-CHATTANOOGA 1969
Richard Bills, TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE 1967
Roger Blessing, OKLAHOMA STATE 1951
Lt. Col. Robert Brooks, SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 1987
Charlie Brown, BALL STATE 1971
Tommy Bryan, TROY 1978
Mike Carter, OKLAHOMA STATE 1970
Ken Case, M.D., OKLAHOMA STATE 1966
Paul Cole, CALIFORNIA-SANTA BARBARA 1971
Vic Corrigan, M.D., GEORGIA 1979
Steve Denning, GEORGIA TECH 1970
Reed Dunnick, M.D., PURDUE 1965
Curtis Ferguson, INDIANA 1980
Jim Fowler, M.D., EMORY 1959
Ian Friedman, OHIO 1994
Tom Glass, EMORY 1963
Richard Going, ALBION 1977
John Graham, M.D., KANSAS STATE 1967
Harold Gullan, GEORGE WASHINGTON 1955
Tony Hale, SAMFORD 1992
Mike Hennigan, ARIZONA 1965
Kem Hinton, TENNESEE-KNOXVILLE 1977
William Hocking, M.D., TULANE 1969
Dan Huber, WISCONSIN 1958
Robert Huddleston, NORTHERN ARIZONA 1971
Dean Hunter, SAN DIEGO STATE 1956
Bob Hurley, GEORGIA 1971
Thomas Johns, M.D., HANOVER 1953
Cody Keenan, NORTHWESTERN 2002
Willard Kimbrell, NORTH CAROLINA STATE 1949
Kliff Kingsbury, TEXAS TECH 2002
Keith Knapp, KENTUCKY 1978
Peter Kraemer, PURDUE 1988
Jeff Lehman, CENTRAL FLORIDA 1978
Maj. Gen. Lee Levy, LOUISIANA STATE 1985
Michael Manson, ARIZONA 1981
Kenneth McCall, GEORGIA 1948
Fred McCallum, AUBURN 1979
Matt Michel, TEXAS A&M-COLLEGE STATION 1983
Tim Miller, MURRAY STATE 1966
James Murphy, DICKINSON 1968
Robert Murray, UTAH STATE 1951
Alex Newton, ALABAMA 1952
Stephen Patterson, BUCKNELL 1966
Mark Paul, UTAH 1987
Thomas Perez, BROWN 1983
Dag Rowe, ALABAMA 1969
Thomas Scott, MISSOURI-COLUMBIA 1958
Don Severe, BRADLEY 1956
Jay Shields, MISSOURI-COLUMBIA 1976
Boyd Smith, UTAH 1962
John Sorensen, M.D., YALE 1982
Michael Stafford, SAN DIEGO STATE 1964
George Stuart, FLORIDA 1968
Seab Tuck, AUBURN 1975
Norman Vinn, D.O., TULANE 1971
Scott Vowell, AUBURN 1959
Charles Weems, LOUISIANA STATE 1965
James Weinstein, BRADLEY 1972
Adm. Philip Whitacre, SAN DIEGO STATE 1954
Leo Wilson, CAL. STATE-FRESNO 1958
David Winter, M.D., LAMAR 1972
Scott Woodward, LOUISIANA STATE 1985