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Association Officers

Eddie Richet

President

Eddie Richet, Sigma Gamma '10, studied vocal performance and mathematics at Kutztown University. He is a chartering member of his chapter at Kutztown University. He has served his chapter in many positions as well as the province where he was elected Collegiate Province Representative (2013-2014). He currently works as an Event Coordinator. He plays saxophone and loves acapella music. Eddie currently lives in North Philadelphia.

  • Voice Part: Bass
  • Instrument: Saxophone

Sean Burman

Vice President

Sean Burman, Rho Upsilon (Temple University) '11 received his B.M. in Music Education/Classical Voice in 2014. Sean currently works full time in sales at Enterprise Holdings Incorporated. In his spare time, Sean freelances as a Baritone and teaches voice at the Cunningham Piano School of Music. Sean currently lives in Willow Grove.

  • Voice Part: Baritone

Brad Gougler

Secretary

Brad, Lambda Beta '13, is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree at Bucks County Community College in Software Engineering. He was a member of the Interfraternal Council during his time at Susquehanna where he was initiated. In his free time, he likes to build electronics or work on cars. He works as a Vehicle Salesmen and a Software Engineer. Brad currently resides in Bensalem.

  • Voice Part: Tenor
  • Instruments: Guitar, Trumpet, Piano

Christopher Perry

Treasurer

Christopher Perry, Pi Mu '09, studied Music and Accounting at University of Tampa. He served as Treasurer for his chapter for two years. Currently, he works as a Financial Analyst. Plays guitar in local punk band The Famous and Fallen. Chris currently resides in Wilmington, DE

  • Voice Part: Tenor
  • Instrument: Guitar

David Stoverschlegel

Music Director

David, a brother from West Chester University (Rho Sigma '09) served as the Alumni Relations Officer during his tenure. Since graduating with a Bachelors of Music in Music Education, David was part of the group that re-established the Philadelphia Area Alumni Association. David has been teaching music in the Greater Philadelphia area since 2013 and currently serves as the choir director at the St. James School in East Falls. David attained a Master of Music in Choral Conducting at West Chester University this year. As an alumni, He is looking forward to expanding the musical endeavors of the PAAA as Music Director. David currently resides in West Chester.

  • Voice Part:: Tenor

Michael Varlotta

Historian

Michael Louis Varlotta III, Sigma Gamma '12, is an Electronic Media major from Kutztown University. He served as Historian for the Sigma Gamma chapter from 2013-2014. Michael currently works as a freelancer in the video production industry. He has a passion for photography. In his spare time you can find him riding his bike. Michael current resides in Collegeville, PA.

  • Voice Part: Bass
  • Instrument: Percussion

Will Smith

Warden

William H. Smith III, Sigma Gamma '13, earned his B.A. in History from Kutztown University in 2016. He recently started his Masters in History at Mississippi State University, but will be transferring to finish Masters at Rowan University, with a focus on Environmental History. He love reading books & playing saxophone, but when he's not doing that he enjoys traveling to either new places across the country or new restaurants. William currently lives in the Bridesburg section of Philadelphia.

  • Voice Part: Bass
  • Instrument: Saxophone

Lucas DeJesus

Relations Officer

Lucas DeJesus, Rho Kappa '11, graduated from Westminster Choir College with a BM in voice performance. As a collegiate member, he served as Vice President and President of his chapter, as well as Alumni Relations Officer as an alumnus. Lucas has also previously held the office of Warden for the alumni association. He is currently a chorus member of Opera Philadelphia and a core singer in Mendelssohn Club. In addition, Lucas serves as a cantor/section leader at Our Mother of Consolation Church in Chestnut Hill and cantors at Annunciation BVM in Havertown. In the summers, he sings and records with The Same Stream choir, of which he was a founding member. This past spring, Lucas helped create the Glassbrook Vocal Ensemble- a new choir in Ewing, NJ. Lucas has a special interest in performing music of the baroque and renaissance periods. He currently lives in the Walnut Hill area of West Philadelphia.

  • Voice Part: Bass