Mike Hall ’75 ΣΛ48 is still fishing and recently had this photo published in Bassmaster magazine. The monster weighed in at 10 pounds!
The General Fraternity prepared the attached Prospectus for the Virginia Tech Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life as they consider the Fraternity’s application to recolonize the undergraduate chapter. At the unanimous request of our Board of Directors, the Fraternity has asked to be included as a chapter expansion for spring semester 2022.
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James E. Carlton ’67 ΣΩΤ of West Point, passed away October 3, 2017.
Jim was a proud father and grandfather, who deeply loved his family and his church. He greatly enjoyed fishing, cruising around with his dog in his pick-up, and watching his alma mater, the Virginia Tech Hokies, play football.
Jim was a gentle and kind man, who always had a listening ear. He loved his hometown and enjoyed being able to serve in the West Point Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad, just as his father, Charlie Carlton, had done for so many years. He also enjoyed serving as a coach for youth basketball and baseball.
Jim was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Ann Carlton.
He is survived by his wife, Lorrie; his children, Mike Carlton (Lisa), Blair Carlton (Tracey), and Melanie Jones (Chris); and his grandchildren, Katie, Charlie, Hunter and Sierra.
Condolences to the family may be posted online by clicking on the following URL: http://www.vincentfh.com/obituaries/James-Carlton-10/#!/TributeWall
Ryan Mitchell Barkan ’00 ΣΛ443, 39, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, July23, 2017 in New York City. He was a Music Supervisor for Droga5 in New York City. Born in Norfolk, VA, he is the son of Michael and Sandra Merritt Barkan of Virginia Beach.
Ryan was a graduate of Kempsville High School and Virginia Tech.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife, Angela Salomon Barkan and daughter Sunny Barkan; Angela’s Mother, Carole Salomon; his parents; 3 brothers and their wives, Louis and Lisa Barkan, Andrew and Jen Barkan, and Alex and Lauren Barkan; his grandmother, Elizabeth Bray; and a number of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Ryan’s name may be made to Vh1 Save the Music, http://www.vh1savethemusic.org/, one of Ryan’s charitable passions. Save the Music is dedicated to restoring music programs in America’s public schools and raising awareness about the importance of music in children’s education. Donations may also be made to Congregation Beth El and the American Heart Association. H. D. Oliver Funeral Apts., Norfolk Chapel is handling arrangements. Online condolences may be offered to the family through http://www.hdoliver.com.
Kurt was featured on the Fall 2014 cover of Virginia Tech Business.