Local Alumni Recognized for Service

Three local alumni from the SAE Phoenix Alumni were recognized by the Arizona Beta Chapter and National Fraternity staff during the installation banquet on February 16th. These include Brother Mike Donahoe, Oklahoma Kappa ‘62 and Bill Wienke, Texas Alpha ‘60, who were presented the ORDER OF THE LION. Brother Stan Strom was recognized with the ORDER OF MINERVA.

Mike Donahoe, OK Kappa ‘62 receives the Order of the Lion Award

Mike Donahoe, OK Kappa ‘62 receives the Order of the Lion Award

Bill Wienke, TX Alpha ‘60, receives the Order of the Lion Award

Bill Wienke, TX Alpha ‘60, receives the Order of the Lion Award

 

ORDER OF MINERVA

Description: The Order of Minerva recognizes outstanding commitment and loyalty to the Fraternity by an alumnus over an extended period of time on various Fraternity levels.

Materials: Recipients will receive a printed certificate and lapel pin.

Requirements: The recipient must have five years of significant service on the local, regional or national level or combination thereof in one or multiple positions (e.g. house corporation or alumni association officer, chapter advisory board, province officer OR long-term project, such as serving on an alumni commission). In addition, he already should have been awarded the Order of the Lion. This honor be recommended at any point in the alumnus' career, even within five years of graduation, if the contribution was significant as described.

Nomination: An alumnus member may be nominated by any individual or any governing body.

Approval & Presentation: This award is approved by the Eminent Supreme Recorder and may be presented by a Chapter Collegiate, alumni association, province or national officer.



Stan Strom, Arizona Beta ‘82 is the recipient of the Order of Mineva

Stan Strom, Arizona Beta ‘82 is the recipient of the Order of Mineva

ORDER OF THE LION

Description: The Order of the Lion recognizes outstanding commitment and loyalty to the Fraternity by an alumnus.

Materials: Recipients will receive a printed certificate and lapel pin.

Requirements: The recipient must have demonstrated outstanding service to the Fraternity on any level for an extended period of time.

Nomination: An alumnus may be nominated by any individual or any governing body.

Approval & Presentation: This award may be approved and presented by any governing body of the Fraternity.