Winter 2012 - Alpha Gamma Rho

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Winter 2012 - Alpha Gamma Rho
Kappa Crescent
Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity
Winter 2012
www.AGRUNL.org
University of Nebraska
Noble Ruler Report
Greetings everyone!
This semester has proven to be yet
another successful term for the gentlemen of Alpha Gamma Rho. From
the start of the year when the weather was quite warm to a few weeks
ago when the walk to class was not
for the weak, our house has taken
Jamison Jensen
great strides in the classroom and
on campus. During the Ohio State football game, our very
own Skip Hecox was named Homecoming King! We also
put forth a tremendous effort throughout the week teaming up with Chi Omega to create a great lawn display.
We have also been active in the community. We joined
forces with Farmhouse to rake leaves between our houses on Idylwild Drive, an event that was followed by a
neighborhood grill out. We also raised approximately
$3,000 for the Omaha Children’s Hospital after our Barn
Party philanthropy event, which featured the Casey Do-
nahew Band at Uncle Ron’s Wild West Saloon.
As my term as Noble Ruler comes to an end, I can look
back and see the improvement the house was able to
make from an already great position on campus. We are
truly becoming one of the best houses on campus with
the best undergraduate brothers. As other houses are currently beginning to discuss renovations and remodeling
for their fraternity houses, I honestly believe we have the
best alumni brothers, as well. The amount of effort and
money put forth on your behalf is tremendous! We thank
all of you who have donated already, and we hope that
those who haven’t will find a way to chip in as well. We
hope to have a great final push to put ourselves in the
best financial position possible when we begin building
our new house in just a few short months.
Fraternally,
Jamison Jensen
Noble Ruler
Kappa Announces New Adviser: Brett Kreifels
I’m from Springfield, Neb. where
I graduated from Platteview High
School in 2005. At UNL, I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science with an
emphasis in livestock and poultry production and management.
I was involved in the Block and
Brett Kreifels
Bridle Club as well as the Horticulture Club where I served as president and vice president. I participated on the Meat and Animal Evaluation
Team and was employed by the UNL Poultry Department where I assisted with research, extension projects
and maintained the research flock.
In terms of being in AGR, it is interesting to know that
I did not join AGR when I was an incoming freshman.
I actually joined as a junior, in spite of being rushed as
an incoming freshman by Ross Miller. While in AGR,
I served as VNR Scholarship as well as the Song Chair
for two years. I can tell you though that joining AGR
was one of the best decisions I’ve made in my life. I
have obtained so many memories from living in the
house and have built lifelong friendships. I look forward to guiding the young men of AGR.
Fraternally,
Brett Kreifels
[email protected]
What’s in This Issue
Officer Teams • Mentor Reports • New Housing Project Update • And More...
Officer Teams and New Brothers
2012 Fraternity Officers
Noble Ruler
Will Anderjaska
[email protected]
First VNR and
VNR Alumni Relations
Ross Jensen
[email protected]
VNR Social
Derek Muller
[email protected]
VNR Operations
Brant Peters
[email protected]
VNR Social
Spencer Baird
[email protected]
VNR Scholarship
John Bader
[email protected]
VNR Recruitment
Kyle Schultz
[email protected]
VNR Membership
Development
Jake Nelson
[email protected]
VNR New Member
Education
Ty Schurr
[email protected]
VNR Finance
Wade Walters
[email protected]
VNR Philanthropy
Andy Schipporeit
[email protected]
VNR Planning
Damon Steinbrink
[email protected]
VNR Recruitment
Caleb McKeever
[email protected]
Advisers
Ryan Betka
[email protected]
Ross Miller
[email protected]
Brett Kreifels
[email protected]
2011 Recruitment Class
This year we added 26 new men to our
brotherhood. Please take a few minutes
to complete and return the recruitment
recommendation form on the back of
this Crescent. We appreciate your help
identifying potential new brothers.
Front row, left to right: Wyatt Kain,
Patrick Hoxmeier, Austin Baldwin,
Dominic Miller, Nathan Anderson
and Tyler Lauenstein
Back row, left to right: Justin Sindelar, Ben Vincent, Will Royle, Hoyt
Kraeger, Nate Ulrich, Waylan Bellamy, Caleb Bednar, Levi Schlick,
Evan Nemec, Perry Albers, Chris
Reimers, Reece Klug, Seth Gebers,
Damon Steinbrink, Justin Dahlgren,
Dane Miller, Kory Widick, Ethan Sorensen, Ethan Heser and Nate Fiene.
December 2011 Graduates
Bo Fullner
Business Adminstration
Beemer, Neb.
Grant Melotz
Mechanized Systems
Bennington, Neb.
Kevin Rohere
Agronomy
Verdigree, Neb.
Jamie Stevenson
Animal Science
Cairo, Neb.
Zach Teitz
Mechanized Systems
Bancroft, Neb.
Hecox Named Homecoming King
Undergraduate Skip Hecox (second from
left) was named by his peers as the 2011
Homecoming King. He was crowned on
the field at Memorial Stadium at halftime of
the Nebraska-Ohio Homecoming football
game on Oct. 8.
Skip is currently the VNR New Member Education at Kappa Chapter and just ended his term
as head counselor of the Nebraska Ag Youth
Council. He is also president of the College of
Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
Student Advisory Board. Skip is the son of Pat
(UNL ’74) and Deb Hecox of Gothenburg.
Please join us in congratulating him on this
huge honor.
Crescent Publishing Service
This issue of the Kappa Chapter Crescent was
published through the Crescent Publishing Service (CPS).
This is a special project of the Alpha Gamma Rho Home Office
to assist chapters in improving communications with alumni.
Chapters pay a small fee for the service below the
actual production cost to encourage regular contact.
This project is made possible by donations
from alumni like you.
Please consider contributing.
National FFA Convention
Six undergraduate brothers from
Alpha Gamma Rho’s Kappa Chapter received their American Degrees
at the 84th National FFA Convention
held in Indianapolis on Oct. 22. The
American FFA Degree is awarded to
FFA members who have demonstrated the highest level of commitment
to FFA and made significant accomplishments in their Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAEs).
From left to right: John Bader,
Brant Peters and Grant Jones.
Not pictured: Wade Walters, Cory
Schlictemeier and Blake Thomson.
Can you tell us about this photo?
If you know when this photo was taken or if you can identify any of the brothers in this picture, let us know.
Email us at [email protected] with any information about the photo.
We Want to Hear from You!
Alumni, if you have anything you would like us to publish in our next
Crescent, please email us at [email protected]!
Mentor Reports
Ross Havlat (’02)
Bryant Knoerzer (’90)
Dorchester, NE • 402-821-7702
74435 Road 427 • Elwood, NE 68937-5610 • 308-785-2489
I knew John Havlat because he was in the house at the
same time as my oldest brother, Jacob. I knew Ross was
his brother, so I thought that I would give him a call. He
is currently working back on the farm.
Ross was initiated in 2002. He was a mechanized systems major at UNL. He was in AGR all four years of college. He held the VNR Planning office as well as Noble
Ruler for the house. He said the best thing about AGR was
all the great guys. You could always find something to do
with one of them if you ever got bored. He was the first
in his family to participate in Greek life, so it was all new
to him. He said he never would’ve guessed as a freshman
that he would be Noble Ruler.
As soon as he got done with college, he got a job with
Case New Holland in Wisconsin. He worked there for
five years. He is currently farming on his parents’ farms
in Dorchester. His operation is corn, soybeans and wheat
along with a cow/calf operation. He is staying incredibly
busy with both of the farms.
Written by Patrick Hoxmeier, Orleans, Neb.
Nick Toberer (’93)
Eustis, NE
Bryant Knoerzer graduated from Elwood High School in
1989. At UNL, he majored in mechanized systems management. He was initiated in 1990 and was very involved
in AGR and on campus. The offices he held in the house
included VNR Operations and Kitchen Chief. He was also
an Ag Ambassador and a member of Student Government.
After graduating from UNL in December 1993, Bryant
returned to his family-owned farm where he currently raises
corn and soybeans and has a cow/calf operation. Since returning home, he has been a board member of the South
Central Corn Growers Association, Phelps/Gosper Feeder’s
Association, KAAPA CO-OP and KAAPA Ethanol Boards.
Bryant is also active with his church and enjoys spending
time with his family and attending his kids’ activities.
Bryant met his wife, Lori, during his last semester. They
married in 1996 and have three kids: Felicia, age 11; Alivia,
age 8; and Drew, age 5. Lori teaches second grade in Elwood.
All the people he met and the lifelong friends he made
are a memorable experience from being in AGR. Now
that Bryant is back home, he enjoys hearing what other
brothers are currently doing since they’ve graduated.
Written by Damon Steinbrink, Loomis, Neb.
Nick was initiated 1993. He served as the Kitchen Chief
and VNR Membership Development. Nick was inducted
into Alpha Zeta and served as the president from 1996 to
1997. He graduated in January 1997 with a major in animal
science and a minor in ag leadership and communication.
After college Nick worked a year in agronomy sales and
then started working for Rain and Hail LLC as a crop adjuster. He has spent the last 11 years crop adjusting and
farming full time. He farms 550 acres of corn, soybeans,
wheat and alfalfa, all of which make up the Toberer Farm.
They are grown to feed his 200 head cattle operation.
Nick and Denise were married in 2005. They have three
children: Kian, age 15; Ali, age 13: and Raelyn, who was
born April 1, 2010. Nick has been a member of the Eustis
Lions Club since he graduated from UNL. He served as
treasurer for three years. This is his second year on Church
Council in Eustis and his first year as vice president.
The biggest thing that AGR helped Nick with was assisting him through college. “Going through college
alone, I am not sure if I would have made it.” The best
parts are the friendships and contacts he still has.
Robert Raun (’46)
Written by Waylan Bellamy, Elwood, Neb.
Written by Wyatt Kain, McCook, Neb.
Minden, NE • 308-345-2989
Robert was initiated by Alpha Gamma Rho’s Kappa
Chapter in 1946. He majored in general agriculture.
After college, Robert went back to the farm and started
out with 240 acres farming crops. He also raised cattle and
hogs. By the end of his farming years, he was farming
1,300 acres of land. Robert married his wife Eileen, and
they had six children. Their son Kevin also joined AGR.
The major reward Robert received from farming is that
he was basically saving money. As a farmer he invested
his money into land and machinery, which in return always hold value. He was involved with many agricultural rewards and organizations over the years. Some of
these include being the Nebraska ag director from 19831985. He was on the Board of Regents for the University
for 15 years and 12 years for WK Kellogg’s.
What Robert remembers most about AGR are the great
friendships he formed. He said there was an immeasurable
amount of brotherhood that has lasted over the years to this
very day. This brotherhood is very important to Mr. Raun.
Adviser Report and Housing Project Update
KAPPA CHAPTER
NEBRASKA
Naming
Opportunities
Chapter House
Gift Amount: $500,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Chapter Room/Multi-Purpose
Gift Amount: $250,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Courtyard
Gift Amount: $100,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Dining Room
Gift Amount: $100,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Parlor
It’s official: Lincoln City Council approved our new housing plan. Construction is set to begin in May 2012!
The Foundation Board is excited to announce that the Lincoln City
Council has approved zoning and Kappa’s plan to build a new Chapter
house. The approval allows the Board to move forward with its 64 man,
21,700 square foot plan. The Foundation Board has signed contracts with
Sinclair Hille to finalize architectural plans and WRK to begin construction of the new house in May 2012. The new house will be completed
before the start of the 2013-2014 school year.
Total campaign gifts and pledges are more than $1.7 million and over
two thirds of the way to the $2.5 million goal. Thank you to the more
than 200 donors and the campaign’s most recent contributors: James W.
Allard, the Beebe Family (Duane, Kenneth and Gregory), Jyl Brown,
Kerry and Laurie Corman, Mary Eisenhart (in memory of Paul J., Claire
L. and Paul N. Mattern), Carl Jessen, Gerald Gross, Thomas E. Hruza,
David J. Janovec Memorial, Aaron Johnson, Harold Johnson, Doyle E.
Kauk, Richard D. Kiburz, Dustin A. Knuth, Joan Kopf (in memory of Del
Kopf), James Nygren, Kevin Raun, Ned S. Raun, Glenn Roe, Jeff Skinner, Philip T. Starck, Brian Waid, and Lisa Warren.
The Board is moving forward with confidence that our alumni will
come through and raise the remaining $800,000 by the project’s completion. If you have been considering donating, the time is now. The
campaign accepts cash, commodity and stock donations. Donations
should be made payable to the “Kappa Foundation,” which is a tax
deductible, 501(c)(3) organization, and sent to P.O. Box 5839, Lincoln,
NE 68505. Pledge forms and housing details are available on the Kappa
Foundation website, www.agrunl.org.
If you have any questions about the campaign or would like additional information, please contact Ryan Betka at 402-710-0455 or
Roger Wehrbein at 402-298-8209.
Gift Amount: $100,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Conference/Study
Gift Amount: $75,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Entry Foyer/Gallery
Gift Amount: $75,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Kitchen/Food Service
Gift Amount: $75,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Balcony
Gift Amount: $50,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Commons
Gift Amount: $50,000
# of Opportunities: 2
House Mom’s Suite
Gift Amount: $50,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Lounge (upper)
Gift Amount: $50,000
# of Opportunities: 1
Undergraduate Rooms (4 man)
Gift Amount: $50,000
# of Opportunities: 4
Lobby (East or West)
Gift Amount: $25,000
# of Opportunities: 2
Undergraduate Rooms (2 man)
Gift Amount: $25,000
# of Opportunities: 24
Donating Commodities
Have you ever considered donating commodities? The process can be as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Step 1: Deliver the grain or livestock.
Step 2: Request that the desired bushel or dollar amount be sold in the name of the “Kappa Foundation.”
Step 3: Have the check sent to the Kappa Foundation, P.O. Box 5839, Lincoln, NE 68505 and memo your name.
Benefits: No income is recognized for the donated commodities, which is the equivalent of a 100% tax-deductible
donation. Please contact your CPA for any tax-related questions.
New House Construction Schedule and Milestones
Neighborhood and zoning changes finalized........................................10/24/11
Design starts............................................................................................11/14/11
Design completed.....................................................................................03/16/12
Loan finalized............................................................................................03/16/12
Permits and construction contracts in place.....................................05/04/12
Demolition starts.....................................................................................05/15/12
Construction starts................................................................................06/04/12
Construction completed.........................................................................07/13/13
Move into house.......................................................................................08/05/13
School starts...........................................................................................08/26/13
New Housing Project Donors
Second Century Club
1917 Club
1904 Club
($250,000 to $499,999)
($50,000 to $99,999)
($25,000 to $49,999)
Alan J. Svajgr ‘63
Crescent Club
($100,000 to $249,999)
Rob and Eileen Raun ‘46
Frank J. Sibert ‘49
Ron L. Grapes ‘61
Don A. Wittler ‘68
Brotherhood of Dawson/Gosper Counties:
Doug and Harla Gruber ‘52
John A. Zauha ‘59
Jim Hecox ‘62
Jerrold Hibbs ‘63
J. Buddenberg ‘72
AC Pat Hecox ‘75
Tim Rowe ‘79
Craig A. Uden ‘80
Rod B. Reynolds ‘82
Rob Anderson ‘88
Bryant W. Knoerzer ‘90
In memory of Del Kopf ‘49:
Joan Kopf
Dwight Trumble ‘55
David M. Bell ‘62
Doyle E. Kauk ‘62
James A. Herzog ‘66
Larry L. Holbein ‘67
Nancy and Ron Kvols ‘67
Rick D. Wise ‘68
Richard P. Kimmel and Laurine
Kimmel Charitable Foundation, Inc.
New Housing Project Donors (Cont.)
Kappa Club
($15,000 to $24,999)
In memory of Charles Marcy ‘39:
Tom and Kim Marcy ‘76
George and Ann Marcy ‘77
Beebe Family Gift:
Duane C. Beebe ‘40
Kenneth D. Beebe ‘64
Gregory D. Beebe ‘93
The Family of Robert W. Sim ‘47
W.R. “Dick” Stephens ‘48
Keith W. Carlson ‘61
Larry F. Engelkemier ‘63
Bob and Marg Dickinson ‘65
James L. Paulson ‘66
Neil E. Balfour ‘67
Brandes Family Gift:
Earl and Alice Brandes
Evan and Roxanne Brandes ‘72
Roger and Sharon Brandes
Jim Wolf ‘77
Timothy J. Kayton ‘78
Charlie E. Trauger ‘78
Eric J. Ford ‘96
Betka Family Gift:
Betty L. Betka
Derek A. Betka ‘01
Ryan G. Betka ‘02
Green & Gold Club
($10,000 to $14,999)
Robert W. Koehler ‘43
Ned S. Raun ‘43
Donald Bever ‘49
Harold Johnson ‘57
Max L. Waldo ‘57
Roger R. Wehrbein ‘57
Loren L. Lindahl ‘65
Doug and Gail Brand ‘70
Fred D. Bruning ‘72
Schroeder Family Gift:
Mark and Debra Schroeder ‘72
David Schroeder ‘00
Jeffrey Schroeder ‘06
Kerry and Laurie Corman ‘75
William C. Schilling ‘77
Easterly Family Gift:
Scott and Jane Easterly ‘78
Nick and Cassie Easterly ‘04
Dwight Easterly ‘07
Robin Easterly
Paul and Deb Gangwish ‘82
Matt Lamb ‘93
Will Corman ‘04
In memory of Leonard Fleischer:
Arlene Fleischer
Sickle & Sheaf Club
($5,000 to $9,999)
Lee Family Gift:
Merrill E. Lee ‘32
James Roger Lee ‘60
James Robert Lee ‘87
Michael E. Lee ‘91
James A. Monahan ‘48
George E. Pinkerton ‘48
Hal D. Cooper ‘53
Doyle L. Hulme ‘54
Roger Moline ‘54
Melvin Todd Jr. ‘54
Duane Stokebrand ‘56
John L. Condon ‘58
Fred and Sharon Gordon ‘58
Richard R. Eberspacher ‘59
Minert Family Gift:
Lowell Minert ‘59
Tim Minert ‘82
Kennard E. Pohlman ‘59
Ronald K. Einspahr ‘60
Heine Family Gift:
Allen J. Heine ‘60
Jon N. Heine ‘93
Patrick Heine ‘98
Terry Francl ‘62
Merle C. Schlines ‘63
Thomas J. Watson ‘64
Glenn Roe ‘65
W. Beryle Lantz ‘66
James A. Fairbanks ‘67
Miller Family Gift:
Neil and Berneta Miller
Duane and Deb Miller ‘74
Ryan and Whitney Miller ‘00
Ross and Justine Miller ‘03
Drew and Emily Miller ‘03
Kevin Raun ‘77
Callan J. Dahlgren ‘85
Keith A. Ostermeier ‘86
Dennis Bracht ‘91
Brad B. Dunbar ‘94
Ben A. Ford ‘94
Will Wittler ‘95
Mick A. Porter ‘96
Robbie Petersen ‘99
Leadership Club
($2,500 to $4,999)
Ernest J. Rousek ‘47
Eugene Lundeen ‘52
Glenn L. Schanou ‘66
Ronald Vollmer ‘67
Kent Kuhr ‘68
David W. Monke ‘71
Dick W. Arends Memorial ‘72
James Nygren ‘84
Devin Bird ‘88
Erik A. Olson ‘92
Matt G. Weber ‘93
Aaron Johnson ‘04
Jacob J. Esch ‘05
Dustin A. Knuth ‘06
Blake T. Albers ‘08
Brandon C. Ebberson ‘08
Pink Rose Club
($1,000 to $2,499)
Paul A. Quackenbush ‘48
Thomas E. Hruza ‘50
Gerald Kranau ‘52
Richard J. Hagemeier ‘55
Robert G. Volk ‘56
Daniel Wehrbein ‘59
Carl Jessen ‘60
James W. Allard ‘65
Mike Munter ‘66
David J. Janovec Memorial ‘70
Rick D. Crosier ‘71
Pledge Class of 1975:
In Memory of Brian K. Anderson
John T. Arterburn
David O. Wolf ‘80
Randy Klein ‘82
Patrick J. Klitz ‘92
Jed Erickson ‘95
Mitch Mathiesen ‘98
Ryan R. Aufenkamp ‘05
Quentin E. Dailey ‘05
Jack A. Godbersen ‘06
Eric J. Miller ‘06
Michael W. Rennau ‘06
Corey J. Smith ‘06
Kyle S. Schmit ‘07
Scott A. Sorensen ‘07
Bryan J. Thiry ‘07
Jamison A. Jensen ‘08
Chance C. Raichart ‘08
Logan R. Sand ‘08
Micah Agler ‘09
Thomas Bader ‘09
Logan Brown ‘09
Austen Goelbersen ‘09
Ross Jensen ‘09
New Housing Project Donors (Cont.)
Jake Nelson ‘09
Tyler D. Petersen ‘09
Greg Rentschler ‘09
Andrew Schipporeit ‘09
Ty Schurr ‘09
Jamie Stevenson ‘09
Kalby Wehrbein ‘09
Steve Herbig
Other Donors
(Up to $999)
Willard H. Waldo Memorial ‘31
Wendell Thacker ‘38
Clay W. Kennedy ‘47
Robert W. Sim Memorial ‘47
Robert F. Sand ‘51
Roger P. Essman ‘51
Wayne M. Hansen ‘51
Raymond E. Kelley ‘52
Russell E. Olsen ‘53
Del Harsh ‘53
Richard D. Kiburz ‘53
Russell E. Olsen ‘53
A. Allan Schmid ‘53
The Family of Gary F. Burchfield ‘54
Marion R. Freed ‘54
Roger Erickson ‘54
Philip T. Starck ‘55
Thomas F. Kraeger ‘57
Joseph L. Rietsch ‘61 Jeff Skinner ‘63
Steve Lucas ‘66
Robert F. Emanuel ‘68
Brian Waid ‘69
Richard J. Wilson ‘72
Tim Marlatt ‘78
Roger Arrowsmith ‘81
Mike Herman ‘82
Gerald Gross ‘86
Keri R. Rutt ‘88
Tony Nicholson ‘94
Dana C. Stubbendeck ‘95
Jason R. LaTowsky ‘99
Troy J. Luebbe ‘02
Brian J. Dunekacke ‘05
Doug J. Hart ‘05
Brian T. Hoxmeier ‘05
Ben W. Robison ‘05
Cory E. Woerner ‘05
Kris M. Herbig ‘06
Tyler J. Hueftle ‘06
Tyler K. Kugler ‘06
David D. Painter ‘06
David M. Rystrom ‘06
Ted F. Soukup ‘06
Kasey L. Wagner ‘06
Brandon Hilger ‘07
Brett A. Kreifels ‘07
Adam Maas ‘07
Ryan M. McFarland ‘07
Tyson L. Narjes ‘07
Shane W. Strope ‘07
Isaac W. Welborn ‘07
Scott L. Aden ‘08
Eric T. Dreessen ‘08
Bo B. Fullner ‘08
Robert “Skip” H. Hecox ‘08
Nate A. Hoffman ‘08
Blake N. Kai ‘08
Brenn C. Kai ‘08
Dylan S. Knuth ‘08
Grant W. Melotz ‘08
Tim J. Rennau ‘08
Zach D. Rystrom ‘08
Dirk Schultz ‘08
David D. Shestak ‘08
Zach B. Tietz ‘08
Lane E. Tryon ‘08
Derek B. Williams ‘08
Jared Aden ‘09
William F. Anderjaska ‘09
Eric M. Kamler ‘09
Kasey Rathke ‘09
Jyl Brown
Mary Eisenhart:
In Memory of
Paul J. Mattern
Claire L. Mattern
Paul N. Mattern
Lisa Warren
Deceased Brothers
The following brothers have recently been reported to Kappa Chapter as deceased. Our thoughts and prayers
go out to their families. Please send information regarding lost or deceased brothers to Alpha Gamma RhoKappa Chapter, 1430 Idlywild Dr., Lincoln, NE 68503.
Mr. James Barnes
Mr. John Doyle
Mr. Jeff Erwin
Mr. Frederick W. Frost
Mr. Daniel W. Lamprecht
Mr. Justin Stockall
Mr. Brian Ternus
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