Wayne State University project complete!

Thanks to all who made this monumental project possible - students, alumnu, donors, friends, and Midtown Inc. for their matching grant.  Put briefly...

Incoming
Fundraising netted $48,409.61 from individual donors ($40,485 to the Educational Foundation and an earlier $7,924.61 from the chapter's GoFundMe effort) 
Midtown Inc. matched/donated $50,000
OB House Corporation donated $1,000
EB Alumni Association donated $7,000

Outgoing
Total project costs exceeded $115,000 (excluding boiler replacement)
All construction invoices were paid promptly (same or next day)
Midtown Matching grants were very timely upon proof of payment to Ally Construction
Late November boiler replacement invoice was paid in late December
Nothing/Zero charged to project for printing, postage, labor from Central Office

Status
Balance of over $6,000 remains in the segregated EB bank account
Chapter/house corporation has begun the ~$800/month loan payments
Funds remain segregated for EB's future use/projects

So that there is an accessible record of project, we have posted a number of items just below verifying the summaries above.  There are also several emails dating from February 2016 through July 2016 posted for reference though these are a small fraction of project-related communications detailing its handling.  

In H and T,
Michael Abraham, EB #320


Click links below for more detail
Ally Construction Payments
EB Account Register 
EB Account Statements Feb 2016 -  Feb 2017
Various Communications Feb 2016 - July 2016 relating to loan
July 2016 Loan Agreement

Boiler Replacement funded by the Fraternity
The Boiler replacement was unexpected and not directly related to exterior project.  The National Fraternity paid the HVAC contactor's invoice and was eventually repaid by the insurance company.  The replacement was an insured loss under Equipment/Mechanical policy excepting for the policy's $3500 deductible. This $3500 deductible was added to the EB loan balance.  Thanks to Beecher for (once again!) getting heat to the house quickly

Donors - thank you! If we have overlooked you in creating this list, our apologies.  
Please let us know so that we may correct the record as the Central Office does not have record of individual donors directly to 
to the chapter via its GoFundMe effort.

Robert W. Brown, #1- 1951

Charles W. Greening, #4- 1953

Charles D. Gillece, #9- 1952

Richard Mickelson*, #13- 1952

Richard Lynch, #20- 1953

James R. Moden*, #21- 1953

Beecher C. Eaves, #40- 1949

Peter S. Davis, #44- 1949

Gerald J. Demirjian, #61- 1954

Earl R. Hendrickson, #75- 1963

Ronald C. Anderson, #79- 1958

James R. Waldrop, Jr., #87- 1960

Kenneth F. Halfacre, #92- 1959

Richard T. Kozlowicz, #99- 1959

Norman A. Ott, #100- 1959

Harlan F. Worden, #101- 1959

Lawrence C. Boczar*, #103- 1960

Robert F. Gurchiek, #109- 1960

Robert J. Cafmeyer, #112- 1963

Ed Van Elslander, #123- 1961

John M. Hakala, #128- 1962

Hugh J. McAulay, #130- 1962

John P. Bergeron, #135- 1964

Theodore A. Schwarz, #140- 1963

Robert E. Brokenshire, #141- 1963

Ronald A. Campo, #143- 1963

George T. Haskin, #150- 1966

Andrew L. Nolan, #151- 1972

Joseph Boelter, #153 - 1965

James Cafmeyer, #154 - 1964

George J. Dellas, #155- 1966

E. Richard McIntyre, #157- 1964

William C. Hermon, #161- 1964

 

Richard F. Calcaterra, #163- 1967

Stephen Kane, #166- 1967

John J. Thomas, #168- 1966

Raymond A. Gunther, #170- 1968

Richard S. Killam, #171- 1966

Charles W. Lane, #177- 1966

Robert G. Skrentner, #179- 1968

Gary M. Kolody, #180- 1967

Chester J. Sprinkle, #189- 1967

George A. Przybys, #190- 1968

Terry L. Swick, #191- 1969

Ainars E. Pavlovics, #197- 1968

Jack R. Carnahan, #200- 1969

Dale A. Kolody, #203- 1970

Gary L. Smith, #206- 1970

Gerald M. Holmberg, #207- 1969

Richard A. Wallis, #214- 1970

James A. Mikola, #219- 1970

Steven P. Halanski, #227- 1972

James Kosakowski, #248- 1972

Luis A. Teran, #266- 1978

Rick W. Glitz, #267- 1976

Monte G. Myers, #271- 1976

Gregory A. Dertz, #274- 1978

Gregory W. Mullins, #278- 1978

Nimish K. Desai, #282- 1978

Karen A. Grady, #289- 1983

Timothy J. Smith, #297- 1984

Jeffery L. Blake, #302- 1988

Donald C. Lechnar, #305- 1987

Christopher A. Ehlen, #307- 1986

David F. Kot, #313- 1985

Michael Abraham, #320- 1992

Jerome R. Palardy, #321- 1991

Gregory Pasikowski, #326- 1988

Edward A. Tworek, #327- 1988

James P. Selegean, #338- 1991

David E. Thiery, #340- 1992

Ronald R. LaGrois, #344- 1991

Glen W. Donelson, #364- 1993

Joel F. Asuncion, #376- 1993

Bryan C. O'Neill, #391- 1996

Matthew Locricchio, #401- 1995

Michael A. Dieringer, #413- 1998

Anthony Reale, #424- 2003

Adam J. Hicks, #426- 2002

Adam R. Gentner, #427- 2003

Mike M. Zohil, #438- 2003

Steven E. Znoy, #445- 2009

Nicholas E. Harvey, #452- 2007

Joshua D. Goulet, #458- 2010

Michael J. Lerner, #459- 2013

Curtis E. Bouchard, #461- 2010

Kent D. Gartner, #462- 2012

Eric T. Busch, #475- 2013

Jessica M. Corner, #481- 2012

Zachary M. Spitzer, #483- 2014

Andrew Hoffer, #517- 2018

 

Karen & Chris Roosen, OB#16

Epsilon Beta Alumni Association

Omicron Beta House Corporation

Todd & Lesan Winters

 

*Donated in Memory Of

 

 

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