Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Albany State University (Omicron Theta) 29 November 2004: Marvin Broadwater, Jr.

Albion College (Zeta Xi) 23 April 2003: Jason R. Colegrove, Elizabeth R. Crabb, William B. Cronin, Rachel A. Mantinan, Jennifer L. McInerney, Julie A. Pepera, Scott A. Schultz, James P. Shilander, Lisa M. Walden.

27 April 2004: Jennifer J. Accavitti, Megan E. Boele, Glen A. Brittich, Nicholas J. Clements, Zachary J. Dagneau, Nathan J. Decker, Heather L. Dueweke, Melissa M. Gerst, Shari B. Gross, Beau J. Hammond, Michael D. Hewitt, Michelle E. Ilitch, Matthew C. Lozen, Jocelyn E. Manby, Sandra L. McHenry, Jayne E. Ptolemy, Victoria S. Pylvainen, Angela E. Spain, Natalie K. Sztykiel, Chris A. Trott, Elizabeth M. Vogel, Emily A. Wilburn, Joe D. Zessin.

Angelo State University (Xi Zeta) 10 December 2004: Douglas G. Duncan, Jeremy W. Johnson, Jennifer M. Morgan, William T. Mountz, Brandon J. Price, Shannon L. Sturm.

Appalachian State University (Omicron Phi) 2 March 2005: Lisa Noreen Ballew, Scott Albert Beal, J. Paul Beck, Jr., Sheena Brekke Bell, Bartley Wayne Bess, Andrew David Bradford, Maggie Lynn Chambers, Heather Gayle Gorden Connver, Leah K. Conway, Margie Cook, Brandon Michael Frazier, Gregg Matthews Gouyd, II, Thomas Isaac Greene, Caroline Gregory, Nicholas D. Hall, Christopher William Jacobson, Rebecca Kaserman, Steven Knauss, Nancy Ellen Knox, William Jeffrey Kurts, Carrie Maria Miller, Claudia Hope Millsqos, Russell Jay Perry, Kathy Staley, Jesse Carman Stollings, Jr., Sheryl A. Sudduth Stout, Martha Allison Stultz, Robert Sudduth, Kimberly M. Taylor.

Arizona State University (Iota Gamma) 2 December 2004: Jessica Armer-Boitz, Jordan Chavez, Mark R Dries, Anne M. Gustafson, Justin Hugh Jones, Tamsyn E. Lawrence, Patricia V. Roeser, Christine Saban, Gina M. Swoboda, Danette L. Turner, Rose Soza War Soldier.

Athens State University (Lambda) 4 March 2003: Summer Ware McCreless.

Auburn University-Montgomery (Chi Psi) 16 December 2004: Josh Hardin, James R. Kanz, Jr, Michael McCreedy, Lyndsey Turner.

Augusta State University (Alpha Eta Xi) 22 November 2004: Jenna Elizabeth Brubaker, Tony Alan Henthorn, Jacqueline M. Houde, Cain Jeffares, Kimberly D. Kitchens, Tiffany M. Shepherd, Hristos Xerxes Tzolis, Lauren Ann Welch.

Baldwin-Wallace College (Delta Upsilon) 10 April 2005: Jonathan Andersen, Robin Clement, Michael Decker, Adam Eltrich, Candice Grame, Whitney Grande, Gabriel Host, Andrew Szilagyi, David Vale, Megan West, William Wurl.

Barry University (Xi Kappa) 8 February 2005: Margaret Ann Peters, Michelle Sealey, Greta Enid Matta Trotman.

Baylor University (Tau Beta) 9 March 2005: Leah Boehr, Erin Capps, Blake Ellis, Aaron Faver, Garrett Golding, Dan Nabors, Caitlin Setzler, Mary Beth Tait, Diane Thomas.

Biola University (Alpha) 4 November 2004: Steven Arbenz, Jonathan Rowley, Kevin White. 3 May 2005: Peter Elefson.

Bowling Green State University (Gamma Upsilon) 16 March 2005: Rachel J. Avers, Dwayne Beggs, Brian T. Billings, Tyler Coley, Patrick J. Costa, Joshua Dubbert, Donald C. Eberle, Matthew G. Fried, Chelsea A. Griffis, Jonathan P. Halverstadt, Jason E. Izor, Amanda Kruse, Rachel K. Moritz, Luke A. Nichter, Bradley J. W. Pribe, Joshua Charles Pullins, Mandalinn Radeff, Camillia Z. Rodgers, Emily K. Rolf, Ann M. Roos, Carrie A. Schwochow, Melissa A. Steward, Natalie A. Szych, Ryan Lowell Waggoner, Alicia C. Weis, David S. Wilson.

Bradley University (Gamma Beta) 6 December 2004: Gillian M. Falknor, Katharine A. Hardy, Emily A. Hauck, Miguel Inugay, Julia Jackovich, Jacob C. Kasper, Megan Manna, Caitlyn McEvoy, Anthony J. Pape, Roxanne Provence, Katherine M. Santine, Anne Thomas.

Brandeis University (Omicron) 30 November 2004: Aaron Daniel Jaffee.

Brigham Young University-Idaho (Alpha Kappa Xi) 14 October 2004: Sarah Buynak, Stephanie Inskeep, Wendy Wilson.

Bucknell University (Alpha Gamma) 25 February 2005: Michael Boccella, Andy Fowler. …

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