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Alex Castro, Kingsville ’17, is a former “F” for his chapter and current ABT member. Brother Castro has made a substantial impact on the chapter and ABT, installing several positions on the Board that serve the specific needs of the chapter. He is highly involved in member development, establishment, and the support of the chapter’s mission.
Castro stands out from the typical volunteer due to his tireless work ethic, efforts, and consistency in giving his time and energy around the clock to help the chapter achieve more and be among the leaders in the Greek community at Kingsville.
He recently developed an ABT webpage for the chapter that allows the “E” to communicate with alumni and the community and has developed an annual gift plan for alumni which will be created into scholarships and support funds to send members to conferences. Additionally, it will create allotments for members who seek internships.
Tom Bossier, Eastern Illinois ’12, serves as the “BB” for the Eastern Illinois Chapter and recently attended the Region V Regional Leadership Conference in Angelo, Indiana. During Brother Bossier’s time as “BB”, he has helped the chapter with operational challenges, regularly attends events, and has played a vital role in the development of members.
During Tom’s time as our “BB”, his dedication to Delta Chi and our chapter has been unmatched. He is constantly providing the Chapter with the best advice he possibly can. Tom has been an outstanding alumnus, “BB”, brother, and friend, and we look forward to continuing to work with him in the future.”– Austin Rule, Eastern Illinois “A”
Tom is very dedicated to Delta Chi and, despite only being an undergraduate member for one semester before graduating, he bleeds red and buff just as much as the members who were active longer.”– Dalton Davison, Eastern Illinois “B”
Tom’s insight as a leader, alumnus, and dedicated brother brings us all closer to the betterment of our chapter.”– Jon Gentry, Eastern Illinois Scholarship Chairman
Tom was active for only a very short time (as an undergraduate member), but in that time he put in so much dedication and hard work. Since graduating, he continues to show that he bleeds red and buff by working closely with the chapter and leading us in all areas possible.”– Logan Marr, Eastern Illinois “C
Tom’s advice and insight has helped me become a more thoughtful member and brother in Delta Chi. His passion for our chapter pushes me to stay involved with our chapter long after I graduate and move into my career field. He is truly an outstanding brother and a great friend.”– Evan Boggs, Eastern Illinois Social Chairman
The passion Bossier puts into his role as “BB” is unparalleled, regularly contributing to the needs of the Executive Board, the members, and alumni.
Michael Ross, North Dakota ’01, currently serves as the “BB” to the Anchorage Colony and previously held the roles of “A”, “B”, and “F” during his undergraduate years. Brother Ross, a found father, has provided the Anchorage Colony with a unique perspective on how to be successful. He’s a mentor to the men and challenges them to live the Ritual by finding deeper meaning and purpose in their actions be creating better leaders, men, and a future for Delta Chi.
Michael has been a tremendous asset to the members and organization in Anchorage. With the nearest Delta Chi chapter over 1,800 miles away, having his guidance and support at this early stage of the organization is incredibly beneficial. He is a great source of insight and expertise as the members work to build the first chapter in the last frontier.”– Alex Brown, Director of Alumni Engagement
Ross goes above and beyond his duties as “BB”. Given the Colony just founded in Fall 2018 and the lack of alumni presence in Alaska, Michael is the acting “BB” and ABT President. More notably, he has gone out in the Anchorage community to recruit men to join the ABT and has even started an alumni initiation. Ross attends all chapter meetings, executive meetings, and even made it to a Regional Leadership Conference.
Phil Moffat, Kettering-A ’18, began his tenure as a volunteer while still an undergraduate member, serving on the Ritual Committee. His excitement for providing meaningful opportunities for our members to connect and live out our Ritual paved the way for his appointment to continue to serve on the committee as a young alumnus after graduation. He continues to work to ensure that our members and ceremonies resonate and are impactful for all involved.
Phil didn’t waste any time in finding opportunities to stay involved in Delta Chi after graduation. In addition to his service on our Ritual Committee, Phi has continued to attend Fraternity programs like the Regional Leadership Conferences and International Convention. His passion is clear to all who interact with him. He sets a great example for all of our young alumni.”– Alex Brown, Director of Alumni Engagement
Moffat was a very involved undergraduate leader, serving as an inaugural Emerging Leaders’ Academy intern and being an active part of the Ritual Committee. It’s not uncommon to see members start to drift away from the Fraternity as soon as they graduate. Moffat, however, is a model of how you can be a young professional, and still be actively involved in Delta Chi. The Fraternity is grateful for the example that Phil provides for all our members, undergraduate and alumnus alike.
Mike Carroll, Auburn ’71, has given back to Delta Chi in a variety of ways and currently serves as a Foundation Director for the Delta Chi Educational Foundation (DCEF) and is the Treasurer for the Alumni Board of Trustees at Georgia Tech. His impressive resume includes serving on the Board of Regents as the “AA” (International President), “CC” (International Secretary), and “DD” (International Treasurer), as well as serving as the Foundation Vice President and Foundation Treasurer.
When I met Mike, he was the “CC” and inspired me to do that one day. Anything I have done as an alumnus in this organization can be directly attributed to that meeting 30 years ago.”– Steve Bossart, Kent State ’90
Carroll exemplifies kindness and love for the Fraternity and its members. He has been involved with chapters for well over three decades. His home is always open to members and he is always quick to make financial contributions when funding is needed. He has been labeled as a, “Southern gentleman,” and is a great role model for others. In his own right, Carroll has overcome adversity, yet he continues to keep Delta Chi at the forefront of his life.
I don’t know if there is a volunteer role that Mike hasn’t served in during his time with Delta Chi. Mike is one of those Brothers that inspires others to be a better member every day. His dedication to the advancement of Delta Chi is impressive. I’m grateful to Mike for his lifetime of service and his continued efforts to ensure a bright future for Delta Chi and our members.”– Alex Brown, Director of Alumni Engagement
Jon Sattler, Appalachian State ’87, is a member of the Atlanta Area Alumni Chapter and served as the “A” for a year. Sattler was the driving force behind the development of the Chapter. From outreach to recruitment, Sattler helped coordinate events and found opportunities for involvement. He also participated in ongoing development opportunities with his chapter, working hard to provide his fellow Brothers with a meaningful way to remain engaged in Delta Chi.
I’m grateful for Jon’s commitment to his Brothers and Delta Chi. Jon worked tirelessly to ensure the Atlanta Alumni Chapter had a solid foundation before it officially launched. Since then, he has worked with his team to host events and provide meaningful opportunities for our Brothers to remain engaged. Jon is always willing to help a Brother in need.”Alex Brown – Director of Alumni Engagement
Sattler’s positive attitude is infectious. His outgoing nature is a magnet to alumni in the Atlanta area, drawing members in and enhancing their involvement. He has worked tirelessly to get the Alumni Chapter off on the right foot, and they have had tremendous success because of his leadership. Sattler has expressed gratitude and appreciation for his wife, Sydney, who has had unwavering support for him while investing his time and efforts in the Fraternity.
IOWA CITY, Iowa – The staff at Delta Chi were shocked and heartbroken to learn of the passing of one of our brothers, Christopher Slutman, New Haven ’98, on Monday, April 8, 2019. Brother Slutman, a 15-year veteran of the New York Fire Department (FDNY), was serving as a Staff Sergeant in the Marine Corps in Afghanistan. He and three others were killed when their convoy hit a roadside bomb.
“On behalf of the Delta Chi International Fraternity I want to express our deepest condolences to the family, friends and brothers of Christoper,” Jerod Breit, Executive Director & CEO, said. “I am deeply saddened the world lost a dedicated public servant and heroic soldier who devoted his life to upholding the values of Delta Chi, the FDNY and the United States Marine Corps. Brother Christopher Slutman, may you rest in peace.”
Slutman, a father of three and loving husband, was a decorated firefighter and was described as a real family man. He received the Fire Cheifs Association Memorial Medal in 2014 for rescuing an unconscious woman from a burning building. Slutman crawled on the floor to a room where the woman was unconscious, as he and another firefighter dragged the woman past the fire and safely turned her over to awaiting medics.
Jenni Jones is an experienced member of the Delta Chi facilitating team, having volunteered for the Fraternity at the “A”s’ Academy for the past three years. Jones has influenced generations of emerging leaders in Delta Chi, as the ripple effect from her volunteer work will be felt for years to come.
Jenni is a true example of inter-fraternal partnership. For many years, Jenni has been a dedicated volunteer with Delta Chi. As a facilitator with our “A”s’ Academy, she works to build strong relationships with the leaders of our organizations to help them learn. She has influenced generations of Delta Chis, and the ripple effect from her involvement echoes through our Fraternity.
Jones consistently answers the call to serve. Her ability to educate our chapter and colony presidents through her insightful approach continues to elevate the understanding of our members. She is a model of support and is always willing to give selflessly for our members and organizations.
Zane Gray, Duquesne ’12, serves as a member of the Duquesne Alumni Board of Trustees (ABT) and is a former “B” and “C” during his undergraduate tenure. He’s currently in he second term as president of the ABT and has served since December 2016.
Zane continues to serve Delta Chi in a variety of ways. Whether advising the members of the Duquesne chapter, actively participating in alumni chapters, or supporting the efforts in Region IX, Zane is always willing to lend a hand. His impact has spread far beyond his own chapter. Zane models the way for continued involvement at the regional and international level.”-Alex Brown, Director of Alumni Engagement
Gray has been praised for his visibility with the Duquesne Chapter, frequently attending chapter meetings well beyond expectations and works in concert with the “BB” to tackle issues and help members strive for excellence. Gray is also involved as a volunteer with the Three Rivers Alumni Chapter in Pittsburgh and the West Virginia Alumni Chapter, serving as an officer in the latter. He regularly attends and participates in Regional Leadership Conferences and other regional gatherings for Region IX. He’s attended every International Convention for Delta Chi since 2010, making the most of his experience by attending and participating in various sessions.