Past Chapter Presidents

47January 2023 Jeffrey D. Lancaster
46December 2021January 2023Cole A. Cognion
45December 2020December 2021John D. Koneval
44January 2020December 2020Carson K. Munn
43January 2019January 2020Noah T. Stoker
42January 2018January 2019Nathan W. Fedzen
41May 2017January 2018Mark Zurick
40May 2016May 2017Charles M. Campbell, III
39May 2015May 2016Eric J. Conway
38May 2014May 2015Jacob N. Pena
36April 2013April 2013Brian Hanz
37April 2013May 2014Brian Hanz
35December 2011April 2013P. Alex Harris
34December 2010December 2011Matthew Reichenbach
33December 2009December 2010David W. Woods
32December 2008December 2009Brad Winfield
31December 2007December 2008Nate Weiser
30December 2006December 2007Gregory Van Dyne
29April 2006December 2006Kristopher Hook
28December 2005April 2006Rizwan Masood
27January 2005December 2005Jordan Klutka
26January 2004January 2005Daniel L. Lipinski
25January 2003January 2004James R. Eskridge
24February 2002January 2003James F. Benne
23January 2002February 2002David P. West
22November 2000January 2002David C. Biederman
21April 2000November 2000Jack B. Pasco
20March 1999April 2000Jeffrey P. Wokoun
19March 1997March 1999Mike R. O'Connell
18January 1997March 1997Christopher S. Woolson
17March 1996January 1997Lawrence R. Sapp, Jr.
16October 1995March 1996Scott A. Liechty
15February 1995October 1995Dennis J. Reed
14May 1994February 1995Andrew W. Johnson
13September 1993May 1994G. Christopher Kimmich
12December 1992December 1993Randal S. Blashak
11June 1992May 1993Terrance H. Steigmeier
10December 1991December 1992Randal S. Blashak
9January 1991December 1991Mr. Saul Santiago Jr.
8January 1989December 1989Gary V. Horvath
6January 1968December 1968Mark L. Albright
7January 1968December 1969Marv E. Wideman
5January 1967December 1967John M. Perme, Jr.
4January 1966December 1966Robert W. Brock
1  Peter J. Bau
2  James H. Mussey
3  Mr. Saul Santiago Jr.

The Iota-Pi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Kent State University was installed as a chapter on May 25, 1963.

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.