Celebrating 61 Years of Brotherhood.

The FIRST fraternity on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University.

Sig Tau National Hall of Fame

Stan Musial - Beta Iota Hon. - Hall of Fame baseball player

Gil Morgan - Tau '68 - Hall of Fame golfer

M.A. Wright - Nothwestern Oklahoma '32 - Chairman of the Board of Exxon Oil & Refining Co., past president of U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Ellsworth C. Dent - Educational consultant for Coronet Films, pioneer in audio-visual education

Dr. Lawrence J. Walkup - President of Northern Arizona University, president of the Association of State Colleges and Universities

D. Dee Brown - Sigma - Author of national number one bestseller Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee

Honorable James C. Kirkpatrick - Alpha - Secretary of State of Missouri, president of National Association of Secretaries of State

Jack Peckinpaugh - Omicron '50 - only person to have served as president of both the National Association of Life Underwriters and the Million Dollar Roundtable

O. Glen Hocker - Beta - pioneer in franchising business through association with Dairy Queen International

C. Carney Smith - Chi '42 - Executive Vice President of the National Association of Life Underwriters, pioneer in the field of association management, highly regarded authority in the insurance industry

Richard A. Williams - Alpha & Gamma Rho - Nationally recognized leader in the securities industry

Robert P. Ewing - Beta '48 - Chairman of the Board and President of the Bankers Life and Casualty Company

Dr. Ronald W. Roskins - Alpha Eta '54 - President of the University of Nebraska

June P. Morgan - Theta '38 - Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court

E. Sheffield Nelson - Sigma '62 - Chairman of the Board and CEO of Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. (ARKLA)

Dr. William H. Byler - Alpha '27 - Distinguished scientist who served the U.S. Radium Corporation as Executive Vice President and chief of research, development and manufacturing

Dr. Arthur D. Hughes - Alpha Alpha '51 - President of the University of San Diego

Dr. Ralph C. Bedell - Alpha - Distinguished professor of education at the University of Missouri, pioneering worldwide leadership in the field of educational counseling

Marvin Millsap - Industrial entrepreneur, leading and inspirational benefactor to higher education

Paul R. Carter - Upsilon '64 - Senior Vice President and Director of Walmart Stores Incorporated

C.F. "Chuck" Brady - Alpha '65 - Vice President and Treasurer of Hunt Consolidated, Incorporated

B.D. Hunter - Beta '50 - Vice Chairman of Service Corporation International, founded Amedco, Inc. (unit of SCI)

Dr. Bill Stacy - Alpha Phi '60 - President of Southeast Missouri State University, President of California State Univerisity - San Marcos, Chancellor of University of Tenn. Chattanooga

Maj. Gen. Wallace Graham, M.D., (USAF) Alpha '32 - Personal physician to President Harry Truman

Mel Hancock - Omega '51 - U.S. Congressman, State of Missouri (7th District)

Nader Darehshori - Beta Mu '65 - Chairman, President, CEO Houghton-Mifflin Co.

John Ashcroft - Beta Hon. - U.S. Senator, State of Missouri, U.S. Attorney General

Robert A. Libby - Beta '60 - Truman State University

Lee Hunt - Alpha '57 - Athletic Director, University of Missouri, Kansas City

Terry Lay - Epsilon '69 - President The Lee Apparel Company, Inc.

Duff Young - UCMF, Alpha Zeta '69 President Formica Corporation

Jack Haugsland - Beta Mu '64 - Executive Vice President, Chief Operation Officer Greyhound Lines

John Massey - Mu '60 - Chief Executive Officer First United Bank

R. Michael Webb - Alpha '67 Chairman and founder U-FUEL Corporation Webb Development Corporation

Gen. Clyde A. Vaughn Alpha Phi '68 Chief of Staff- US Army Guard

Sig Tau Sports Hall of Fame

Richard Eichhorst - Alpha Phi '56 - A four-year letterman for the Indians. He was selected to the All-MIAA team at guard his junior year, and went on to play guard for the St. Louis Hawks during the 1962 season.

Dick Hantak - Alpha Phi '60 - Spent 25 years officiating in the NFL.  He began working in the NFL in 1978 as a Side Judge.  As a Side Judge, he worked his first Super Bowl in his 7th year in 1984.  Since becoming a Referee, he was chosen to work his first Super Bowl as Referee in 1993.  Hantak was one of the league's best, he was chosen to work the post-season nearly every year.  Dick ended a distinguished 25-year officiating career with a  playoff game in January 2003, between the Oakland Raiders and New York Jets.

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