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Texas Kappa Sigma Educational Foundation
Leadership 2020

Board of Directors:

Chairman, Tau Trustees Committee
President
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer

 

Officers:

Trustee Emeritus
Trustee Emeritus
Assistant Vice President
Assistant Secretary
Assistant Vice President
Asst. Secretary/Treasurer
Assistant Vice President
Assistant to Assistant Treasurer
Assistant Vice President
Assistant Treasurer

 

Bill Zwiener
Danny Grant
John Hempfling 
John Kincade
Brian Miller

 

 

Tim Herman
Hagen McMahon
Jim Pritchett
Terry Sabom
John Sarvadi 
Mike Sharpe
Loren Singletary
Kip Sowden
Reggie Tuck
Rick Warren


 

 


Trustee Executive Committee:
     

 (Responsible for selecting Tau Man of the Year): 

Joe Bailey
Danny Grant
John Hempfling
Tim Herman 
Hagen McMahon
Brian Miller
Jim Pritchett  
John Kincade
Mac Thompson

Nominating Committee:  (Responsible for recommending directors, officers, and trustees, no more than two of whom are current directors): 



Terry Sabom
John Sarvadi
Mike Sharpe
Kip Sowden 
Reggie Tuck
Rick Warren
Bill Zwiener
Loren Singletary

 

Jim Pritchett
Mike Sharpe
Kip Sowden
Rick Warren
Bill Zwiener

   

The Texas Kappa Sigma Educational Foundation
(Also known as the Tau Trustees)  

Trustees:

Pat Appel, Chris Bailey, Joe Bailey, Walter Beard, Tito Beveridge, Beaumont Boyce, Bobby Brown, Drew Brown, Tom Chambers, George Cox, Jack Doherty, John Eidman, Danny Grant, Bobby Greer, Collin Harvey, John Hempfling, Tim Herman, Will Holstein, Steve Horn, Ernest Hotze, Dick Kilday, John Kincade, Jay Lesok, Rob Lippincott, Roy Markum, Hagen McMahon, Brian Miller, Preston Munster, Jay Piper, Jim Pritchett, Michael J. Purcell, John Ross, Terry Sabom, John Sarvadi, Mike Sharpe, Joe Bob Shirley, Jack Short, Loren Singletary, Kip Sowden, Mac Thompson, Reggie Tuck, Rick Warren, Monk White, and Bill Zwiener

The Texas Kappa Sigma Educational Foundation, Inc., is a nonprofit corporation, organized and operated exclusively for educational purposes under the laws of the State of Texas.

The Foundation's specific educational purpose is to support enrolled or prospective students of The University of Texas in their efforts to:

  • Achieve and maintain high scholastic standards;
  • Create strong fraternal bonds that will serve them personally and professionally throughout their lifetimes;
  • Develop strong leadership qualities to serve brothers in college and beyond;
  • Enhance their cultural and practical knowledge, as well as their ability and desire to work in harmony with their fellow man in promoting pursuits of a civic, religious or educational nature that benefit The University of Texas and the State of Texas.

The Foundation (also known as Tau Trustees) may accomplish this purpose by:

  • Awarding scholarships and grants to enrolled or prospective students of The University of Texas who are qualified to receive them and by making loans to such students to aid them in attending The University. The Foundation's Board of Directors has the authority to establish standards, conditions, and terms to govern the selection of students and to award scholarships, grants, and loans to students;
  • Providing for such qualified students lectures, instruction, and supervision upon and with respect to cultural, educational, religious, and civic matters and subjects;
  • Providing other means and methods as The Foundation's Board of Directors may deem appropriate for the accomplishments of the specific purpose for which this corporation is formed and which are not inconsistent with its exclusive educational purpose nor contrary to the other terms and provisions hereof.

The Foundation's five-member Board of Directors is responsible for acquiring, managing, and operating all real estate related to the Tau Chapter, as well as the assets of the Corporation, and are the voting members of the Corporation, with respect to all decisions regarding the real property and assets of the Corporation. The Foundation is the House Corporation that owns the Fraternity Lodge and Residence on behalf of the Tau Chapter of Kappa Sigma, located at 1002 West 26th Street, Austin, Texas.

Nominees for Directors, Officers, Trustees, and the Executive Committee of the Foundation are put forth annually by the Nominating Committee, a majority of which must not be current Directors. The Nominating Committee takes into account contributions of both time and funding to the overall purposes of the Foundation. The Executive Committee maintains responsibility for selection of Awards Recipients. In conjunction with Tau Chapter's Parents' Association, Trustees also coordinate an annual celebration (commonly known as Tau Trustees and Parents' Weekend) during which students and alumni are honored. These awards typically include:

  • The Tau Man of the Year, honoring a Tau Chapter initiate and alumnus;
  • The Philip Moore Award, honoring a Tau Chapter Undergraduate Member;
  • The Walt Schoenvogel Award honoring a Tau Chapter Undergraduate Member.

The Foundation was created in 1955 by the following organizers:

Frank C. Erwin, Jr. William E. Darden
B. W. Crain, Jr. W. L. Rudd, Jr
H. J. Shands, Jr. P. E. Peareson
V. W. McLeod James L. Bayless
J. F. Flack Jack S. Josey
Jack G. Taylor James P. Nash
Morin M. Scott Robert L. Hatchett, Jr.
Dan B. Gardner