Volunteer Profile: Tony Coe

Aug 31, 2023 – We are covering the volunteers of Delta Sigma Pi. Volunteering doesn’t just benefit our members, chapters and organization, but offers a multitude of personal and professional benefits for brothers.

Tony Coe, Cal Poly-Pomona, has served in a number of roles in the past: Chapter Advisor for Beta Epsilon at Oklahoma, District Director for Omicron Phi at Texas-San Antonio and Western Provincial Awards Committee member. He has also been an active member and officer of the San Antonio Alumni Chapter. His Deltasig inspiration is his Deltasig big brother, Adrian Avalos, Cal Poly-Pomona, who introduced him to the Fraternity. When he was elected as Chapter Advisor for Beta Epsilon, he was so excited that Adrian was his first call! Tony later became District Director at Texas-San Antonio after attending events at the chapter and noticing an additional need for volunteer leaders. He loves the opportunity to work with students and participating in their success. “Of the many opportunities to serve in the Fraternity, I prefer to serve at the chapter level ‘where the rubber meets the road.’” Luckily, there are many different opportunities at all levels with varying time commitments to help each individual decide the best fit for them. Tony Coe (right) is pictured with his daughter Allison Coe McMickle, Texas Tech, wife Karen, Texas-San Antonio, and son-in-law TJ McMickle, Texas Tech.

One word to describe how volunteering makes him feel: Fulfilled.

If you are interested in a volunteer opportunity, fill out a Volunteer Interest Form here.

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