Phi Alpha Theta Initiates

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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates


Alpha Alpha (Lehigh University)                                  AA

27 April 2000: Jessica N. Engel, William C. Fritchie, Danielle L.
Impink, Brian Q. McDonnell, Sarah M. Parker, Patrick W. Rockwell,
Allison M. Sheniak, Danielle L. Shube, Hance M. Sitkus,
Elizabeth M. Smith.

Alpha Alpha Alpha (Biola University)                            AAA

9 June 2000: Sara Mya Patterson.

Alpha Alpha Chi (Rockhurst College)                             AAX

2 May 2000: Sean P. Brennan, Deanna J. Dressler, Karen R. Fabsits,
Gretchen L. Green, John A. Kupsky, Trent T. Summers.

Alpha Alpha Epsilon (Kennesaw State University)                 AAE

27 April 2000: Rex S. Harper Jr., Lynn M. Keller, Bethany W. Lear,
Pamela R. McPherson, James D. Stewart, Christopher F. Stiffler,
Michelle K. Willingham.

Alpha Alpha Lambda (Grove City College)                  AA[Lambda]

27 April 2000: Joshua B. Bolinger, Joshua W. Butler, Matthew R.
Divelbiss, Roberta L. Knowles, Karen A. Nath, Robert K. Pinkerton,
Gary L. Porter, Nicole R. Rudolph, Joshua D. Simmons,
David W. Zacour.

Alpha Alpha Omega (Centenary College of Louisiana)        AA[Omega]

6 April 2000: Christopher E. Brown, Lila E. Johnson,
Mindy L. Manning, Chad V. Ruffin, R. Matthew Vandiver,
Danielle R. West.

Alpha Alpha Phi (North Carolina State University)           AA[Phi]

15 June 2000: Mark L. Bradley, Daniel L. Cook.

Alpha Alpha Zeta (University of Michigan)                       AAZ

20 January 2000: Toby B. Freund, Katie A. Hesser,
Curtis A. Robertson; 3 February 2000: Jeremy O. Sina.

Alpha Beta Alpha (Randolph-Macon College)                       ABA

16 May 2000: Janica A. Banker, Leslie C. Fishback, Brianne Wallace,
Christopher Dwight Wolf, John Richard Working.

Alpha Beta Sigma (Clemson University)                     AB[Sigma]

17 April 2000: Mary Jennifer Adams, Robert N. Belle Jr., Hubert G.
Cagle III, Amy M. Matthews, Anne P. McMahan.

Alpha Beta Zeta (Dickinson College)                             ABZ

2 May 2000: Carolyn M. Fenton, Robert K. Reeves, Diana L. Steele.

Alpha Delta Chi (Linfield College)                        A[Delta]X

9 May 2000: Jessica R. Bansen, Kara M. Beer, Zachary A. Bowden,
Christopher T. Clapton, Michael D. Cron, Alysa A. Forgard, Eric J.
Hayden, Erika L. Janik, Megan C. Meyer, Wendy M. Polzin.

Alpha Delta Eta (University of Evansville)                A[Delta]H

1 May 2000: Megan E. Birk, Elizabeth A. Bruce, Steven Capps, Amanda
Dills, Staci Ford, Jamie C. Hayes, Carrie R. Heatherwick,
Charles P. King, Mary E. Mueller, Alyson B. Reed, Katherine A.
Weikert, Marjorie N. Young.

Alpha Delta Nu (California State University of San
Bernardino)                                               A[Delta]N

13 April 2000: Robert R. Istik.

Alpha Delta Rho (University of Houston-Clear Lake)        A[Delta]P

28 March 2000: Robert O. Marlin IV.

Alpha Delta Upsilon (Texas A & M
University-Texarkana)                                     A[Delta]Y

21 April 2000: Edward A. Albares III, Denise Case, Amy E. Scott,
Mark Stanley, Lily Svrcek.

Alpha Epsilon (Southeast Missouri State University)              AE

14 April 2000: Leslie A. Dingman, Jennifer Dockerey, Heather B.
Farrow, Rebecca A. Garnaat, Jaime L. Gibbar, Sean P. Kelleher,
Emily A. Machen, Mary C. Manning, Bobby J. Marshall,
Branden C. McCullough, Ronald T. Moyers, Richard C. Parks,
Wade A. Popp, Donna J. Rausch.

Alpha Epsilon Chi (University of
Maryland-University College)                                    AEX

21 May 2000: Lynne A. Huller, Jeffery R. Rudy, Charles S. Sandusky,
Thomas W. Urick.

Alpha Epsilon Eta (Furman University)                           AEH

31 March 2000: Clinton W. Riddle.

Alpha Epsilon Omega (St. Cloud State University)          AE[OMega]

19 May 2000: Erik J. Sommer.

Alpha Epsilon Psi (Our Lady of Holy Cross College)          AE[Psi]

14 April 2000: Renee H. Aguilar, Victoria Van Carlson, Richele L. … 

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