Recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Service Award Recognized

The Distinguished Alumni Service Award recognizes brothers whose service to their chapter, or the International Fraternity, is worth special commendation. Since its creation by the 155th Psi Upsilon Convention in 1998, 32 alumni have received this honor.

It is customary for a recommendation to come from an alumni association or another member of the fraternity and then is discussed by the Awards and Recognition Committee, who then recommends to the Executive Council or the Psi Upsilon Convention to consider the alum for the award.

All award winners are presented with a medallion recreated by our Director of Member Engagement, Jonathan Chaffin, Gamma Tau ’00 (Georgia Tech) and originally designed by Murray Eskenazi, Lambda ’56 (Columbia).

This summer at the 179th Psi Upsilon Convention we were able to present a former recipient with his medallion, and recognize three new award winners for their contributions:

Charles Hall, Nu Alpha ’71 (Washington & Lee) 

Robert McIntire, Omicron ’68 (Illinois)  

Jesse Scherer, Gamma Tau ’05 (Georgia Tech)  

David Hollis, Gamma Tau ’11 (Georgia Tech)

Recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Service Award at the 178th Convention in 2022: Eldred Halsey, Delta ’58 (NYU), Brad Corner, Omicron ’72 (Illinois), Dick Rasmussen, Upsilon ’72, Bob Dorigo-Jones, Epsilon Nu ’85 (Michigan State) and Gary Pan, Eta ’86 (Lehigh)

View the full list of recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Service Award.

If you know of a deserving alum, and would like to recommend them for an award, please submit their information here.

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