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H. Campbell Stuckeman Trust Makes Generous Gift to Endow 20 $1000 Scholarships.
August 10, 2013
Heidi Holley, Scholarship Administrator
Sigma Chi Foundation Executive



Contact: Heidi Holley, Scholarship Administrator
Phone: 847-869-3655 x 270

EVANSTON, IL., AUGUST 7, 2013—In loving memory of Brother H. Campbell "Cal" Stuckeman, Penn State 1937, his estate has made a generous gift to the Sigma Chi Foundation to establish a Donor-Scholar endowment fund. Through the Donor-Scholar program, alumni can endow a $1,000 annual academic scholarship by making a one-time gift of $25,000.The donor names the scholarship and can require that first preference for the award be given to a qualified applicant from their chapter.

The Stuckeman gift will provide an estimated 20 annual academic scholarships, with first priority given to applicants from Penn State. These scholarships will be awarded to brothers who show outstanding leadership, academic excellence, and commitment to their chapters and campuses. The recipients will be designated Stuckeman Scholars. Online applications will be available at in the spring of 2014.

"We are extremely grateful that Brother Stuckeman left this enduring legacy of endowed scholarships to the Sigma Chi Foundation. His generosity will ensure that high standards of academic excellence will continue at the Alpha Chi chapter."
Greg Harbaugh, Purdue 1978
President and CEO, Sigma Chi Foundation

H. Campbell "Cal" Stuckeman
Brother Stuckeman entered the Chapter Eternal on November 15, 2012. He was 98. Brother Stuckeman was a Significant Sig and Hall Of Fame Sig. He retired in 1997 as president and chairman of The Precise Corporation, a manufacturer of machine tools. He was a longtime benefactor and Distinguished Alumnus of Penn State.

Brother Stuckeman's generous donations to the Sigma Chi Foundation qualified him for membership in the William Lewis Lockwood Society—the Foundation's premier giving society. All honor to his name.


Preparation for Brotherhood (P4B) Pledge Education Program Earns International Award

Sigma Chi's Preparation for Brotherhood pledge education program received international acclaim. Sigma Chi competed with entries from 37 states and 20 other countries.

Foundation Highlights Year-End Giving Opportunities
November 15, 2018

In observance of Giving Tuesday, the Sigma Chi Foundation is highlighting giving opportunities for 2019 and beyond. This year, Amazon Smile and tax-free IRA gifts are among those mentioned.

H-E-B Chairman and CEO Charles Butt, PENNSYLVANIA 1959, Offers Hurricane Relief to Publix Super Markets Inc.
November 8, 2017

Like most Sigs who've given of themselves during Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, supermarket magnate and Significant Sig Charles Butt, Pennsylvania 1959, found a way to help those in need.

Construction Continues on International Headquarters Museum
October 5, 2015

Check the progress of the construction of the new, state-of-the-art, museum at Sigma Chi headquarters.

Significant Sig Robert D. Johnson, MIAMI (OHIO) 1969 Becomes Foundation Chair
April 27, 2015

The Sigma Chi Foundation appoints Significant Sig Robert D. Johnson, MIAMI (OHIO) 1969 as Chairman effective immediately.

$150,000 Watson Match Challenge to Support Museum Reconstruction
January 7, 2015

Foundation, Watson announce $150,000 match challenge to support creation of a new state-of-the-art interactive museum at Sigma Chi International Headquarters.

International Fraternity Video About the Organization's Founding Earns Prestigious Telly Award
July 1, 2014

The video, "Unchanging Principles: The Story of Sigma Chi," which tells of Sigma Chi's enduring values and principles earns award in the charitable/not-for-profit category. Click Above to View

Sixty-Three Chapters to Receive Enhanced Benefits
April 7, 2014

The Foundation's Bell Chapter Challenge promotes alumni support of undergraduate scholastic achievement by sponsoring their chapter's participation in Fraternity programs & funding scholarships.

Sigma Chi Mourns the Passing of Executive Director, Michael H. Dunn
January 24, 2014

It is with great sadness that Sigma Chi Fraternity and Foundation announces the passing of the Fraternity's Executive Director, Michael H. Dunn, Utah State 1976, to the Chapter Eternal.

H. Campbell Stuckeman Trust Makes Generous Gift to Endow 20 $1000 Scholarships.
August 10, 2013

H. Campbell Stuckeman Trust makes generous gift to endow 20 $1000 scholarships. The Annual Academic Scholarships will be awarded through the Donor-Scholar Program.

Fraternity recognizes 64 brothers through annual award.
April 5, 2013

The Fraternity's alumni services department announced that Sigma Chi will recognize 64 brothers with the Significant Sig Award in 2013 for their professional accomplishments.

Scholarships Available to Brothers Adversely Affected by the Oklahoma Tornado.
May 21, 2013

The Strong Arms of Support Fund provides scholarships available to brothers adversely affected by the Oklahoma tornado and other natural disasters.

Horizons one of Bob McNair's "Best Investments"
February 1, 2012

The Sigma Chi Foundation is sincerely grateful for the ongoing and generous support of brother Bob McNair & his wife Janice for the Horizons program.

For the 2015/2016 academic term, the Foundation awarded 229 scholarships totaling $349,500. Your donations make a real difference to our brothers. Read More
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