Past Chapter Presidents



NumberBeginEndName
48June 2021 Jacob D. Urman
47May 2020June 2021Nico Gajdzik
46May 2019May 2020Alexander M. Estrella
45May 2018May 2019Chris B. Longo
44August 2017May 2018Matt M. Bermudez
43January 2017August 2017Victor Jakupovic
42August 2016January 2017Danny R. Kaziev
41January 2016August 2016Botros Toro
40May 2015January 2016Ricardo Castillo
39May 2014May 2015Botros Toro
38December 2013May 2014Victor Ortiz
36May 2013May 2013Tim Holy
37May 2013December 2013Tim Holy
35June 2012May 2013Adam C. Metzger
34December 2011June 2012Andrew Bottenhofer
33August 2011December 2011Brian Cyriac
32December 2010August 2011Thomas Mascola
31January 2010December 2010Joshua Garcia
30June 2009January 2010Matthew C. Lund
29June 2009June 2009John Seminerio
28December 2008June 2009Winder Zhao
27May 2008December 2008Carl J. Papaianni
26February 2008May 2008Gabriel Aguilar
25May 2007February 2008Mark Zamzam
24March 2007May 2007Max Cutler
23May 2006March 2007Joseph Alexander
22January 2006May 2006Anthony M. Sarlo
21July 2005January 2006John Paine
20May 2004July 2005Jeffrey D. Seaberg
19December 2003May 2004Adam C. Metlitz
18January 2003December 2003Jeremy J. Falcone
17February 2002January 2003Michael L. Teich
16February 2001February 2002Andrew LoRusso
15June 2000February 2001Evan Mischner
14April 2000June 2000James Russo
13March 1998November 1998Thomas E. Jacobs
12October 1996March 1998Shadow L. Holden
11March 1996October 1996Dave R. Sachs
10April 1995March 1996Benjamin M. Talbot
9April 1994April 1995John B. Hayes
8December 1993April 1994Jeffrey B. Kuhl
7January 1993December 1993Eddie P. Grigg
6September 1992 Jason E. Price
5December 1991 Gary Robbins
4November 1991May 1992Gary Robbins
3January 1989December 1989SGT Steven F. Paul
2September 1988May 1989SGT Steven F. Paul
1  Dave R. Sachs

The Sigma-Nu Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at State University of New York at New Paltz was installed as a chapter on May 5, 1990.

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.