Rex Nicodemus left BSU in 1979 and began working for IBM. His job took him first to Tucson, Arizona and then, 10 years later to San Jose, California (in plenty of time to settle in for the Quake of ’89). After 25 years with IBM, Rex opted out and is now earning a living as a guitar player (he’s currently in 3 bands) and is performing, teaching, and working as an instructor for BandWorks.com, doing rock camps for kids. You can check him out on www.BlindPilots.com & www.T2Gmusic.com.
Rex didn’t know he was lost until he found his name listed on our Lost Brothers page. If you are finding your name on the page or know how to find one of the guys listed, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope you are enjoying our revamped website. Brother Wade Baertschi from Indianapolis has great plans for this site. And, you can take part! If you have news and, especially, photos that you would like to contribute, send them to us email@example.com. We’ll post you pictures and stories on this Alumni page. Hey, here’s a story, just in…
This past summer, a small group brothers met to celebrate good company and even better times. Brother Terry Hunsucker ’71 gathered a cadre of early Epsilon Mu initiates to his home in Winchester, IN. John Knox ’78 (the “Where’s Waldo” of EM) once again imposed himself upon an unsuspecting celebrants. He reports that, despite the separation of years and, in some cases, decades, these guys didn’t skip a beat.
Building on the strength of our 40th Anniversary Reunion, a new resurgence is brewing. Alumni Chris Pelkin, who was unavailable to attend the 40th, took it upon himself to organize a mini-reunion of Room 6 alumni. Anyone wishing to do the same is welcome to contact the chapter for assistance. We’ve added new members to our Alumni Advising Team. We’re receiving support from Texas to California from alumni who wish to contribute their experience and expertise to help the Chapter rise above recent adversity. The University is now climbing on board a new initiative to update the Greek Social Policy. You guys from the last two decades know how difficult that was for social chairmen and risk managers, especially.
Before long, we’ll have a forum for you to share your news, stories, and good wishes for the chapter. We’ll also have a registry so you can sign up for alumni newsflashes and special features. Let us know what you’ve been doing so we can tell everyone! Help us to find lost brothers. We invite you to participate in the growth of Epsilon Mu. Lend your wisdom, loyalty and support.
Lend us your pictures, your stories, and your memories (both old and new) and help us instill that sense of history and tradition in our new members.