Past Chapter Presidents

52January 2020 Christopher Daly
51December 2018January 2020Ryan M. Spear
50May 2018December 2018Grant Bowyer
49March 2017May 2018Andrew Deeter
48December 2015March 2017Tyler J. Wilson
47August 2014December 2015James Oliver
46November 2013August 2014Zachary Nobriga
45December 2012November 2013Spencer A. Smith
44December 2011December 2012Matt W. Cussen
43January 2011December 2011Brandt Jadin
42February 2010January 2011Dylan Huber-Heidorn
41January 2009February 2010Capt. Zach Z. Rochner
40January 2008January 2009Daniel Paulat
39July 2007January 2008Ryan Wells
38November 2005July 2007Ryan Kostolansky
37July 2005November 2005Jeffrey Wiklund
36December 2004July 2005Keith Gaetano
35January 2004December 2004Minoru R. Inoue
34January 2003January 2004Brandon M. Loftus
33January 2002January 2003Mitchel D. McGough
32March 2001January 2002Adam C. Becker
31January 2000December 2000Kristopher M. Vining
30October 1999March 2001Michael J. Swartz
29June 1999October 1999Matthew J. Ream
28May 1999June 1999Michael J. Swartz
27March 1998May 1999Nathan M. Ratterman
26January 1997March 1998Eddie H. Shelton
25February 1995January 1997Kevin G. Iverson
24January 1994December 1994Michael L. Van Eaton
23November 1992December 1993Prof James P. Larkin II
22January 1992 Frank J. Salemi
18September 1963May 1964Doyle L. Raymer
19September 1963May 1964Doyle L. Raymer
20September 1963May 1964Doyle L. Raymer
21September 1963May 1964Doyle L. Raymer
1  J. H. Nooter
2  James K. Willson
3  Robert E. Canada
4  Henry F. Keller, Jr.
5  John H. Nelson
6  David W. Stein
7  Thomas D. Johnson
8  Thomas D. Johnson
9  David J. Weller
10  R. Powell Felix
11  Jim H. Canada
12  Michael J. Miller
13  Julius F. Koch, Jr.
14  Alfred G. Kessler
15  Greg S. Jordan
16  Doyle L. Raymer
17  Michael J. Miller

The Alpha-Zeta Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Purdue University was installed as a chapter on December 20, 1928.

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.