The 155th Psi Upsilon Convention created the Distinguished Alumni Service Award to recognize those alumni whose service has brought honor to our fraternity. The following resolution created the award:

WHEREAS: The Psi Upsilon alumni have contributed to this fraternity with great generosity and selflessness; and

WHEREAS: The delegates of the 155th Convention would like to recognize alumni for their invaluable contributions, therefore be it

RESOLVED: That a Distinguished Alumni Service Award be created; and be it further

RESOLVED: That candidates will be considered for this award based on

a) a letter of recommendation written by a brother and reviewed by the Awards Committee, which explains the nominee’s service to the Fraternity, his chapter, his community and the great nations of the United States and Canada, and

b) The candidate’s fidelity and adherence to the values of Psi Upsilon as set forth in Article I, section 3 as well as the preamble of the Constitution of Psi Upsilon Fraternity.

Awarded at the 176th Convention
Earl Raynal, Phi ’81

Awarded at the 175th Convention
Jay LaPanne, Delta Nu ’89

Awarded at the 174th Convention
Patrick Gilrane, Psi ’83
William Wishard, Delta Delta ’64

Awarded at the 171st Convention
Richard Rasmussen, Upsilon ’72
Philip Timon, Tau ’86

Awarded at the 169th Convention
James Killough, III, Xi ’57

Awarded at the 167th Convention
John E. Becker, Psi ’61
Bradley R. Corner, Omicron ’72
Dean C. Marinakis, Omicron ’90
David P. Komie, Omicron ’92

Awarded at the 166th Convention
Barry Gough, Zeta Zeta ’62

Awarded at the 165th Convention
Charles A. Werner, Omega ’55

Awarded at the 163rd Convention
Dr. Samuel Fager, Tau ’81H

Awarded at the 162nd Convention
Eldred A. Halsey, Delta ’58
Joseph A. Miller, Omicron ’57

Awarded at the 161st Convention
Arthur H. Bowman, Xi ’31
David H. Brogan, Epsilon Nu ’56
David A. B. Brown, Epsilon Phi ’66

Awarded at the 159th Convention
Robert L. Kaiser, Zeta ’39
Evelyn M. Kaiser, Zeta ’85H

Awarded at the 158th Convention
Robert H. Philip, Theta Theta ’71