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At the SHSU Greek Pantheon Awards brother Michael Mann received Most Athletic, WM Jonathon Lee received Most Outstanding Chapter President, and brother Joseph Rieder received Most Outstanding Active Member, while the Zeta Mu ATO chapter won 5 Star Service! What a year for Zeta Mu ATO!
At tonight’s Sam Houston State Univerity Sammy Awards, the Best Social Fraternity Award was won by the Zeta Mu chapter of Alpha Tau Omega! Well done brothers! Ru Rah Rega!
The men of the Zeta Mu Chapter at Sam Houston State University recently welcomed Senior Leadership Consultant Matt Stark to Huntsville, Texas for his bi-annual visit. Matt presented information on the chapter’s progress in the eyes of National HQ, met with chapter officers, spoke with the school’s Greek Life officials, and gave specialized information on how to amp-up Zeta Mu’s Signature Event.
26 young men accepted bids to pledge the Zeta Mu ATOs in Fall 2012.
Awesome job guys!
2011 Chapter officers - Texas Zeta Mu Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega. Ruh Rah Rega!
|President||Kelley, David P.|
|Vice President||Crowder, Zachary Payne|
|Risk Management Officer||Jackson, Colton Scott|
|Secretary||Rieder, William Joseph|
|Membership Education Chairman||Rankin Shane|
|Alumni Relations Officer||Mannino, Mark Edward|
|Social Service Chairman||Mannino, Mark Edward|
|Worthy Sentinal||McGee, Jake|
|Worthy Usher||Orsak, Benjamin Joseph|
Under current IRS regulations your contributions to the active Z M Chapter at Sam Houston State, or to our Z M Alumni Association are not allowable deductions. I suggest that if you are seeking a tax deduction, that you consider a gift to the ATO Foundation, for the benefit of the active Zeta Mu Chapter. The Foundation maintains an account for the benefit of the Z M Chapter. Funds from that account helped send three members of the chapter to LeaderShape 2010 this year. The Chapter’s access to these funds requires approval of the Chapter BOT.
By Rachael Gleason at The Huntsville Item, November 18, 2008
The flags over Gen. Sam Houston’s grave always look their best due to the efforts of one Sam Houston State University fraternity.
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity presented its annual “Changing of the Colors” on Monday afternoon to honor the general at his final resting place in Oakwood Cemetery.