The Zeta Phi Chapter has over 1,000 alumni. Each has their own story to tell. Below are a few of those stories we have collected from our alumni. Do you have your own story you would like to share? We would love to hear from you! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to share your story with other alumni and members.
Rich Boziwick is President of R. P. Luce & Company, a supplier of reusable shipping containers and cases used in the military, government and broadcast industries. Rich graduated as a...
- Director of The Great Cow Harbor 10K Run - 1990 to Present
- Member of the Village of Northport Planning Board - 1991 to Present
- President of NY Chapter of ERA (Electronics Rep Assoc.) - 1993 to 1995
- Clarkson University Board of Governors - 1993 to Present
- Organist / Pianist - St Philip Neri R C Church - 1994 to Present
- President of the Clarkson Alumni Association - 1996 to 1997
- Clarkson University Golden Knight Award - 1998
- Northport Yacht Club Board of Governors - 2003 to Present
- Chair Village of Northport Planning Board - 2003 to Present
- Chair of Clarkson University's Parents Association - 2009 to 2010
Jim Collins (JC) graduated from Clarkson in 1981, majoring in Management. JC was President of AXP during his senior year. JC stayed at Clarkson and obtained his MBA in 1982....
Mark Surette graduated from Clarkson in 2008, with a double major in Civil and Environmental Engineer. Mark pledged AXP in 2005 and first took on the role of Treasurer, followed...
Maurice (Morey) Petrone was a member of the first pledge class after the fraternity became a Chapter of the National Fraternity of AXP. Since there were only 12 members returning...
Robert (Mitch) Menchel has a unique story that many people likely may not know about or understand what he has achieved during his lifetime. Because of Mitch's deafness, it was...
Robert (Mitch) Menchel
Jim Dreyfuss (JD) graduated in 1979 with a degree in Mechanical & Industrial Engineering. While he enjoyed his entire educational experience at Clarkson, some of his fondest memories are that...