Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Email - Please welcome District 3's new District Governor and Lt. District Governor - Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

Congratulations to Ehren Stanhope and Paul Litcher on their new roles.

Email - Please welcome District 3's new District Governor and Lt. District Governor - Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity:

Message from the Grand President


Dear Brothers and Friends,

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Brother Ehren Stanhope, Tulane ’05, as district governor of District 3 for Columbia, NYU, Quinnipiac, Rutgers, Stevens Tech RLC and Yale. I am equally pleased to announce the appointment of Brother Paul Litcher, Indiana Tech ’88, as District 3’s lieutenant district governor.

Brother Stanhope resides in Stamford, Conn. where he is a product specialist at O’Shaughnessy Asset Management (OSAM). He has spent many years involved with SigEp at various levels, including serving as a regional director in the southwest from 2005-2007 and as an Alumni and Volunteer Corporation president at Columbia. In addition to facilitating multiple Carlson Leadership Academies, he was a Tragos Quest to Greece mentor in 2013. He is a former member of the Service Learning Task Force, a current member of SigEp’s Board of Governors and is actively involved in the 1901 Club of New York. In 2013, he was awarded the Volunteer of the Year award.

Brother Litcher is an IT manager and contracts compliance officer with Varsity Plumbing and Heating, Inc. Currently living in Elmont, N.Y., he has a long history of diligently serving SigEp. Brother Litcher has served three chapters as chapter counselor and has volunteered for six different AVCs, including Columbia, Indiana Tech, NYU, St. John’s, Hofstra and Stevens Tech RLC. Last year he played a leading role in the NUTS! McAuliffe Society, helping raise nearly $20,000 to send undergraduate brothers to Conclave. He plays an active role in the NYC Metro Group as founder and sponsor of the city’s annual Founders’ Day Celebration. Brother Litcher is also a member of SigEp’s Board of Governors. In 1997, he received a Distinguished Alumnus Award for his service.

In their new positions, Brothers Stanhope and Litcher will lead volunteer recruitment, support and training efforts for our AVCs in District 3. It’s a pleasure to have both these brothers serving in this capacity.The district governor and lieutenant district governor are excellent resources for our alumni and volunteers. I encourage you to utilize their time, talents and expertise.

Please join me in welcoming Brothers Ehren Stanhope and Paul Litcherto their new roles.

Fraternally,
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Phillip A. Cox
Grand President
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