Seymour woman recognized for years of service


Submitted photo / The newly installed officers of Delta Delta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha’s are from left, Stacey Brummett, vice president; Mary Anne Schneider, president; Deena Personett, secretary; and Kara Abraham, treasurer.

Tribune staff reports

Past Indiana president Judy Lester of Seymour recently was recognized for 60 years of service to Epsilon Sigma Alpha when the Delta Delta chapter recently met at Café Batar.

Delta Delta member and Indiana Junior Past President Deena Personett presented the service pin to Lester, a member of Beta Kappa chapter.

Delta Delta members receiving service pins included Julia Aker (25 years), Kara Abraham (15), Samantha Collier (10) and Tonja Couch (five).

Aker, a past state president, installed new officers for the upcoming year. They are Mary Anne Schneider, president; Stacey Brummett, vice president; Personett, secretary; and

Abraham, treasurer. Schneider’s theme for the new sorority year is “Leap into ESA.”

Aker announced the chapter ESA member of the year, Brummett, who represented the chapter June 8 at the Epsilon Sigma Alpha State Convention at the Wyndham Indianapolis.

Delta Delta had donated more than $7,400 to national, state, and local projects by the first of May. Personett announced the chapter would sponsor four local campers to Camp Riley this summer.

The chapter will sponsor Logan Johnson in the Jackson County Fair Queen pageant. Schneider won the ways and means raffle.

Delta Delta, ESA’s next meeting is in September.

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