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Fraternity men design new sign for city of Monmouth
In its continuing effort to help maintain the overall quality of the city and give back to the community it has called home for 64 years, Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity is replacing the "Welcome to Monmouth" sign that mysteriously disappeared some time ago.
The exact circumstances under which the sign vanished are not yet known, but the fraternity is doing its part to restore that facet of the city's image.
"I think the project in itself is a big step in the direction Sigma Phi Epsilon wants to go in helping the City of Monmouth and the surrounding community," said senior Pete Lipinski, member of the fraternity and the main driving force behind the project.
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recognized with multiple
Monmouth College's Illinois Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon brought home several distinguished honors from the national fraternity's Carlson Leadership Academy (CLA) this past February in suburban Chicago.
"We are very proud of the chapter's accomplishments," said Billy Bernard, assistant director of Greek life, Leadership and Involvement.
"Sig Ep has consistently shown that they are strong leaders on campus and within the Greek community. They set high standards for themselves and hold each other accountable. It was a wonderful opportunity for the members who attended the conference to develop relationships with other Sig Ep chapters nationwide and to showcase their accomplishments at Monmouth College."
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Eric Ealy '86
Currently: Resides in Winter Garden, FL where he is Director of Group Strategy for Marriott International Hotels.
Activities, Honors, Hobbies, etc.: Worked for SigEp for 2 years after graduation. 23 years with Marriott Hotels; now at Orlando World Center Marriott. Involved with sports, hiking, and enjoying the Florida sunshine.
Memories of Sigma Phi Epsilon: Initiation was fantastic to go through, but also leading the ceremony as chapter president. Seeing the effect it has on my brothers is my favorite memory. Great times having fun with my roomates and pledge class. Seeing the chapter win the Buchanan Cup in 1987 was also special!
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