The Marshall University ZBT Gamma Epsilon Scholarship Fund

Individual Contributors

(Updated Sept 2011)


Abel, Richard Dennis
Adkins, Bill
Atkin, Ronald W.
Blankenship, R. Hedland
Blumer, Jan Jacques
Broh, C. Anthony
Broh, Eph "Pete" Henry
Brothers, Riley C.
Brown, Randall
Burdette, H. Stephen
Calvert, David R.
Carey, Michael
Click, John William
Cohen, Kenneth R.
Cohen, Ronald Edward
Colson, John
Dailer, August Leo III
Deem, Mark R.
Edwards, William A.
Ewing, Frazier S.
Fraley, George
Forinash, Bruce
Ferguson, Michael Elliot
Full, James Virgil
George, Joseph L.
Gillette, Joseph M.
Gregg, Robert Ellis
Grimes, Conley
Harbour, George,
Hastie, Thomas J.
Huffman, Roy Emmett
Kessick, Jack C.
Kunis, Bob
Knapp, Mark A.
Landau, Bert Grant
Landau, Richard L.
Lazear, Joseph Bennett
Louden, John
Magann, Donald Ed
Mangus, Steve
Marchani, Anthony
Mayer, Paul J.
Miller, Paul Theodore Jr.
Morrison, Kimball L.
Murphy, Richard B.
Myers, Gary
Nemeth, Bill
Pardue, David R.
Petrie, P. Keith
Pauley, John Edwin
Poulton, Gary M.
Rollins, Kenneth J.
Rollins, Larry
Rose, Warren
Salsitz, Robert F.
Schroder, Eberhard G.
Shelton, David A.
Skean, Jonathan
Smailes, George T. Jr.
Snider, John R.
Sommer, John
Stewart, Gerald L.
Summers, James Paul
Tucker, David F.
Unger, Debra
Unger, Raymond
Westrich, Gary Alan
Wilkins, Robert H.
Winter, James F.
Wise, James David
Wonn, Stanley T.
Yates, Samuel W.

Corporate Contributors


Arch Coal
Ashland Oil
Bell Atlantic Foundation
IBM
New York Life Foundation
The Prudential Foundation
Verizon

 

An Outstanding Endeavor

In 1999 the alumni brothers of the Gamma Epsilon Chapter of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity at Marshall University established a scholarship fund to provide support to students with financial need.  The fund was endowed in 2000 after reaching $10,000. The purpose of the fund is to:

  • Support Marshall University through the scholarship fund.
  • Provide financial support to students of Marshall University with financial need.
  • Create a lasting endowment that will stand as a testament to the contributions that the Gamma Epsilon Chapter of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity made to Marshall University.
  • Celebrate our shared commitment, friendship and unity.

 Click Here to read the Statement of Purpose and Objective.

 

 

Join Us Now

The Marshall University Foundation has created a website that makes giving convenient for those of you who would like to remember any of our departed brothers with a contribution to the ZBT-Gamma Epsilon Scholarship Fund in lieu of flowers or family gift.

The secure website allows either a contribution or a pledge. Read the instructions below then click the link "Scholarship Fund Contributions" to go to the secure website:

1. (Required) After you have decided on the amount, go to the drop down window that looks like this:

I would like my gift to benefit: and select "Other-use comments to specify"

2. (Optional) If you would like to make your gift in honor or memory of someone, scroll down to the line that says:

I would like to make this gift and click on the radio button and enter the person's name in the box.

3. (Required) Then scroll down to the comment box that looks like this: If you have any questions or comments please enter them here: and then enter "ZBT-GE Scholarship Fund"and any other information that you want the Foundation to know.

Be sure to complete all of the personal information about yourself. Don't forget to click "Continue" at the bottom of the page.

Scholarship Fund Contributions

You can also call (866) 308-1346 and mention the ZBT Scholarship Fund.  As always thank you for your support of this project.


winner

C. Anthony Broh, member of the Marshall University Alumni Association Board of Directors, and Adam Ehlert, 2003-04 Scholarship Recipient, at the 2004 MU Foundation Awards Luncheon.


2002
Destiny B. Day
Huntington, WV



2003
Brad Ackermann
Wheeling, WV
College of Science
BS, Integrated Science & Techynology

2003
Joshua Ferrell
Abingdon, VA
College of Liberal Arts
BA, Criminal Justice

2004
Adam Ehlert
Appleton, WI
College of Science
BS, Mathematics

2004
Minna Apinzadeh-Jouyomi
Huntington, WV
College of Education
BS, SEcondary Education

2005
Brittany McNeill
Decatur, AL
College of Fine Arts
BFA, Visual Arts

2006
Ananda Elizabeth Bills
St. Mary's, WV
Graduate College
MS, Adult & Technical Education

2006
Paul Boekell
Huntington, WV
College of Fine Arts
BFA, Visual Arts

2007
Laura Ellars
Charleston, WV
College of Science
BS, Biological Science

2007
Erin Felton
Chicago, IL
College of Liberal Arts
BA, English

2008
Richard Casey
Procterville, OH
MU Community & Technical College
Radiological Technology

2008
Deeanna Cecil
Moundsville, WV
College of Education
BA, Secondary Education

2008
Brittany Cernuto
Beckley, WV
College of Health Professions
Pre-Nursing

2008
Jessica Childress
Nitro, WV
College of Education
Elementary Education

2009
Natasha L. McPeek
New Matamoras, OH
College of Education & Human Services


2010
Caitlin Jean Crede
Elkview, WV
College of Health Professions


2011
Diana Hayes
Shephardstown, WV
College of Health Professions
BS, Communication Disorders

2011
Meghan Pauley
Madison, WV
College of Science
BS, Biomedical Science

2011
Cheyenne Bingham
Barboursville, WV
College of Health Professions
BS, Pre-Communication Disorders

2011
Eric Davis
Acworth, CA
College of Business
BBA, (Undecided)

2011
Nicolette DeMicco
Bel Air, MD
College of Education & Human Services
BA, Elementary Education

2011
Amanda Locke
Springfield, VA
College of Health Professions
BA, Physical Education

2011
Allison Frazier
Louisa, KY
College of Liberal Arts
BA, English

2011
Tresa Nelms
Columbia, MD
College of Science
BS, Biological Science

2012
Elin Reva Field
Dunbar, WV
Honors College
Civil Engineering

2012
Nicole E. Hale
Barboursville, WV
College of Nursing
Nursing

2012
Sarah Lucretia Nott
Point Pleasant, WV
School of Journalism and Mass Communications
Advertising

2013
Rebecca R. Hovemeyer
Huntington, WV
College of Science
Computer & Information Technology

2014
Savanah Jae Ison
Ashland, KY
College of Liberal Arts
Japanese

2014
Adam Casey Brooks
Huntington, WV
College of Liberal Arts
Psychology

2014
Christopher Robert Mantzel
Huntington, WV
College of Information Technology & Engineering
Computer Science

2014
Mary Ann Baker
Huntington, WV
University College
Undecided

2014
Amanda Dawn Neal
Apple Grove, WV
College of Arts & Media
Theater

2014
Matthew Don Hicks
Salt Rock, WV
College of Education
Elementary Educaiton

2014
Jonathan I. Raines
Proctorville, OH
College of Business
Management Information Systems

2015
Arynn Dawn Cooper
Hamlin, WV
College of Liberal Arts
International Affairs

2015
Sabrena Dove Hirst
Augusta, WV
College of Arts and Media
Broadcast Journalism

2015
Joseph Allen Jones
Point Pleasant, WV
College of Science
Computer and Information Technology

2015
Briena Michelle Wilson




2016
Maggie Kathryn Conley
Vienna, WV
College of Liberal Arts
Psychology

2016
Sarah Emily Ferrier
Greensboro, PA
College of Science
Biological Science

2016
Kelley Elise Johnson
Huntington, WV
College of Liberal Arts
Psychology

2016
Sophia Ann Manoni
Hurricane, WV
College of Business
Marketing

2016
Sarah Louraa Pierce
Prichard, WV
College of Education
Pre Teachers Education- Elementary

2016
Martin LeVAr Ward
Huntington, WV
College of Liberal Arts
Psychology

2017
Jordan Nicole Wimer
Huntington, WV
College of Health Professions
Pre-Health

2017
Jason Cody Call
Apple Grove, WV
Graduate College
MBA Program

2017
Drew Timothy Bledsoe
Hurricane, WV
College of Science
Geology

2018
Jerry Vess Haycraft
Charleston, WV
College of Health Professionals
Medical Imaging

2018
Raven Nowl McCormich
Huntington, WV
College of Science
Criminal Justice

2018
Miranda L. Scott
Huntington, WV
College of Health Professionals
Exercise Science

2018
Alyssa Dawn Dickerson
Jefferson, OH
College of Health Professionals
Communication Disorders

2018
Sydney Kaye Sipple
Huntington, WV
College of Health Professionals
Social Work

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