Sigma Phi Epsilon of the University of Tennessee at Martin gathered last weekend to celebrate its annual Family Day event, which brings together the undergraduate brothers, alumni, friends and family of Tennessee Kappa. During the weekend’s festivities the Tennessee Kappa Alumni and Volunteer Corporation also held its annual meeting and elected new executive members of its Board of Trustees.
Brother Anthony Reynolds (2006) was elected AVC President succeeding brother Stephen Yeargin (2006) who has recently taken a post as a District Governor for SigEp. As an undergraduate, Reynolds served as Chaplain, Sigma Challenge Coordinator and on the standards and recruitment committees. Reynolds has twice been on the Board of Trustees for the Tennessee Kappa AVC and also served as Chapter Counselor for the Ohio Xi chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon at Ohio University. He is a former college professor, career coach and athletics administrator in Sports Administration and currently works for Geodis Logistics and lives in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. Reynolds graduated from UT Martin with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance with a concentration in Sports Management and a minor in Communications. He went on to earn a Master’s Degree from Ohio University in Sports Administration.
“I am honored and humbled that my fellow alumni have entrusted me in leading our AVC during this vital time in our chapter’s history,” said Reynolds. “I am excited to work with our undergraduates to give back the gifts that I was given as an undergrad and looking forward to working with our board to build stronger bonds with our alumni and undergraduate brothers.”
Brother Anthony “Tony” Beal (2006) was elected AVC Vice President. Beal earned a degree in Engineering from UT Martin and served as VP of Member Development, IFC President and on the Standards Board. He went on to earn his Masters degree in Business Analytics and an MBA from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He works for the Y-12 Federal Credit Union as the Director of Business Intelligence and lives in Knoxville, Tennessee. This is the second time that Beal has served on the AVC Board of Trustees and is his second stint as AVC Vice President.
AVC Treasurer Trey Halterman (1996) and AVC Secretary Kellie Galloway will continue in their roles for the new Board term.
Also elected to the AVC board were Tanner Bell (2018) and Collin Stricklin (2020) to serve one-year terms while Beal was elected to serve two years and Jimmy Dixon (2007) was elected to serve a three-year term. Current board members John Domanski (2016), Jamie Porter (2004), Trey Halterman and Josh Wambles (2013) were renewed for new three-year terms.