Chapter Eternal

CHAPTER ETERNAL

May each Frater's memory be enshrined in the mindsa and hearts of those with whom he had lived.

NameScroll #Initiation DateDeceasedNotification On
Raymond T. Tuley153/20/1976 6/1/2016
Bill M. Cave193/20/1976 6/1/2016
David F. Barton473/20/1976 6/1/2016
Ernest B. Winfree, Jr.723/14/1978 6/1/2016
Jeffrey S. Burr1103/21/1982 6/1/2016
Mario Montes1374/4/1984 6/1/2016
Durward H. Cates1832/8/1989 6/1/2016
Paul A. Kluge, Jr.33/20/1976 6/1/2016
George J. Zafereo, Jr.30610/10/1998 6/1/2016
Allen K. McFarland, Jr.3463/28/20003/14/20143/24/2014
Abner A. Hyden533/20/19761/19/20146/8/2018
John T. Tatum2593/27/19951/11/20141/13/2014
Eric T. Haley3163/29/199912/16/201212/17/2012
Trevor Dahms012/31/200410/7/20113/6/2012
Wes Parker4544/2/20066/2/20092/15/2018
Kenneth L. Puricelli53/20/19767/27/20067/27/2006
Lowell F. Layne2202/13/19921/5/20041/5/2004
Rusty Sprague30410/10/19987/24/200111/20/2001
Dolan W. Wostal III3263/29/199910/9/199912/1/1999
W. C. Perry543/20/19763/3/19949/11/2002

The Omicron-Pi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Baylor University was installed as a chapter on March 20, 1976.

Since 1899, Tau Kappa Epsilon has never had an exclusionary clause for membership. TKE does not judge men on their wealth, rank or honor, but instead on their personal worth and character.

Our mission is to "to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life." In essence, we build Better Men for a Better World.