Lost Fraters

Reconnecting with your Fraternity for Life



We hope this note finds you, and your entire extended family safe and healthy during the uncertain times due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. 

As we celebrate our 50th anniversary since becoming the Mu Omega Chapter for Tau Kappa Epsilon, your alumni association is asking for your help today.  No, we aren’t looking to reach into your wallet – we need your time, and energy.  Nearly 43% of our 910 alumni do not have an email address registered with TKE.org.  Think about that for a moment.  Averaging nearly 20 members a year, that stat means at least 8 Fraters from your pledge class are “missing.”

As we continue to build the association, with an eye toward chapter re-instatement in the fall, along with the 50th anniversary celebration, now is the time to reconnect with our old friends and fraters.  The ask is simple.  We need 5-10 volunteers that are willing to spend time finding and reconnecting with these men.  The good news is, nearly 75% of these fraters did register with a telephone number.  So, we can reach them, with your help.

We are looking to split each decade in half and have a Frater focus on a 5-year period close to when you were in school/initiated.  So far, we have one Frater who is busy at work.  We need at least 4 more.  If interested, please contact Frater Rick Lowrey at richardlowrey@verizon.net. 

Thanks in advance for your help.  We hope to see you in October at the 50th anniversary celebration.

Yours in the Bond,

Mu Omega Alumni Association Board Members

TKE for Life

Decade Champions

Decade Champions are fellow Fraters who volunteered to proactively outreach our alumni scroll for the purpose of reconnecting with our "lost fraters."  Please reach out to one of these decade champions for your pledge year if you can help find one of our college fraternity brothers:

Prior to 1980: Joe Kelliher, Steve Leichtman

1980-1989: Jim Winkler, Marty Meehan

1990-1999: Travis Floyd

2010 to present: Mitch Gilman

Reach out to one of the above fraters to ensure your current email address is captured or go directly to mytke.org and register.

Would you like to see the list for yourself and possibly update a couple of Frater's information.  Please review - Mu Omega "Lost Fraters"

The Mu-Omega Alumni Association of Tau Kappa Epsilon at George Mason University was installed as a chapter on September 1, 1982.

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.

Useful Links

Mu-Omega Alumni Association

TKE International