Past Chapter Presidents



NumberBeginEndName
43November 2020 Garrett L. Canimore
42November 2019November 2020Michael W. Durchholz
41December 2018November 2019Mitch Green
40November 2017December 2018Denver Mounts
39December 2016November 2017Tristen Burris
38December 2015December 2016Chase T. Elder
37December 2014December 2015Brandon D. Edwards
36February 2013December 2014Chase H. Hunt
35May 2012February 2013Kyle M. Courtney
34December 2010May 2012Darrick T. Curry
33April 2010December 2010Kevin J. McGrath
32May 2009April 2010Andrew R. Bolton
31May 2009May 2009Austin R. Bolton
30April 2008May 2009Brian M. Deardurff
29August 2006April 2008Nick J. Obermeyer
28October 2005August 2006David S Bennett
27January 2005October 2005Bart B. Burke
26January 2004January 2005Wesley Steele
25January 2003January 2004Scott A. Hogan
24January 2001January 2003Ryan M Miles
23December 1999January 2001Jason K Byrn
22September 1999December 1999Matthew C. Smith
21January 1999September 1999Andrew J Hooker
20December 1997January 1999Ryan G. Reynolds
19July 1997 Michael J Ruminer
18January 1997July 1997Brian K Splittorff
17July 1996January 1997David E. Wathen
16January 1996July 1996William T Lechert
15January 1996January 1996David E. Wathen
14December 1993January 1996Benjamin C. Rosales
13November 1993December 1993Ashley A. Ray
12May 1992November 1993Mathew B. Igleheart
11September 1990August 1991Timothy L. Kerstiens
10September 1989August 1990Marty G Meyer
9September 1988August 1989Russell A. Noe
8September 1987August 1988Jim E. Hoffman
7September 1986August 1987Timothy A. O'Dell
6September 1985August 1986Scott M. Heneisen
5September 1984August 1985Scott A. Wright
4January 1979December 1979Jeffery E. Main
3January 1974December 1975Michael S. Eickhoff
2January 1971December 1971Patrick J. Ziemer
1  Carlos Vanover

The Nu-Lambda Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at University of Southern Indiana was installed as a chapter on November 28, 1970.

Since 1899, Tau Kappa Epsilon has never had an exclusionary clause for membership. TKE does not judge men on their wealth, rank or honor, but instead on their personal worth and character.

Our mission is to "to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life." In essence, we build Better Men for a Better World.