Mu Phi Epsilon was founded at the Metropolitan College of Music in Cincinnati Ohio on November 13, 1903. The founding leaders were Professor Winthrop Sterling, Dean of the College and Elizabeth Mathias Fuqua, a member of the faculty.
Many of our members were pledged while in college at Mount Union. Phi Chapter is our collegiate chapter.
The Mission of Mu Phi Epsilon is to:
- Foster the ideals of service to school and community
- Develop an awareness that artistic gifts are to be shared
- Promote high scholarship, musicianship and friendship through service
- Provide opportunities for strong artistic and personal abilities
Alliance Alumni Chapter - Members
We have added some short biographical sketches on the members and patrons of the Alliance Alumni Chapter. Their life experiences and accomplishments are many and will hopefully be interesting to read.
Mu Phi Epsilon, Alliance Alumni Chapter
Left to right:
Seated: Jean Thomas, Pat Richmond, Gwynne Galpin, Betty Davis, Shirley Finney
Row 2: Claire Springer, Russell Newburn, Janet Swihart, Krista Clay, Nancy Fugelberg, Susan Schoeni, Linda McClarren, Phillip Gehm, Karen Perone
Not pictured: Kathy Adams, Norma Dickerhoof, Joyce Gorby, Dan Grimminger, Lynne Grosenbaugh, Lillian Toti-Rezanka, Charlotte Waffler.
Alliance Alumni Chapter - Patrons
Mu Phi Epsilon, Alliance Alumni Chapter Patrons
Left to right:
Seated: Susan Bowman, Mary Beth McFarland, Mary Ebert
Row 2: Bill Bowman, Jack Webb, David McFarland, J. Kim Lewis
Not pictured: Merle Andregg