The Foundation is guided by members of a volunteer board who dedicate their efforts to creating a sustainable financial future for Phi Sigma Kappa.

Executive Committee

President - John Sheehan (Northern Illinois '82)
First Vice President - Tom Grunwald (Ferris State '91)
Second Vice President - Pat Murphy (Northern Illinois '75)
Treasurer - Jeff Liesendahl (Northern Illinois '87)
Secretary - Javad Khazaeli (Illinois '98)

Trustees

Richard Hall (University of Houston ’65)
Charles Idol (Houston '68)
David Jones (Emporia ’98)
Nick Raubenolt (Eastern Michigan '03)
Greg Thrower (Texas '67)
Bennett Williams (Indiana '04)
Tom Wright (UW/Milwaukee ’92)
Darren Azarian (Southern Cal '94)
Colby Leathers (Alabama '95)
Glenn Roby (Northern Illinois '91)
R. Todd Simpson (Central Missouri '86)
David Spreitzer (Kentucky '80)
Josh Ordonez (Radford '13)
Dr. Adam Carter (Hobart '90)
Jim McNamara (Central Missouri '83)
David McNaught (Indiana '64)
Ken Merkt (UW/Milwaukee '68)
T. Scott Lyons (Alabama '95)

 

Honorary Trustees

The Foundation confers the title honorary trustee on distinguished alumni donors to the Foundation. Honorary trustees participate in the success of the Foundation as important members of the Phi Sigma Kappa community, and assist and represent Phi Sigma Kappa as requested by the President or Board of Trustees. An honorary trustee is elected to serve a five-year term.

Henry Blackwell (Illinois '52)
Art Bloomer (Emporia State '55)
David Cohen (Union College '88)
John M. Fabian (Washington State '62)
Thomas Gerfen (Cal State/LA '62)
Kenneth Green (Northern Illinois '84)
Bruce Johnson (Illinois '70)
Dennis Joyce (Purdue '69)
David McNaught (Indiana '64)
James A. Murman (Tennessee '68)
Jim Schmitz (UC/Santa Barbara '80)
Glenn Stearns (Towson '87)
David Towle (San Jose State '58)
David Booth (North Carolina '74)
Dale Lowe (Houston '66)
Paul L. Grane (Northern Illinois '93)
Mark Viel (Ferris State '73)
 

TRUSTEE emeritus

Anthony Fusaro (Rhode Island '58)
Albert D. Shonk, Jr. (Southern Cal '54)
James S. Whitfield (Central Missouri '50)

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