*A museum dedicated to the Sig Tau archives and artifacts, including The SAGA, charter and membership records, vintage badges and pins and other sentimental items. The Founders’ Fireplace will serve as the museum’s centerpiece.
*A boardroom featuring historical furniture including the Board Table.
*Five meeting spaces including a training room equipped with the latest technology to host retreats, board meeting and ritual for up to 40 attendees.
*Pavers from the White Rose Garden will be relocated and installed at the entrance to the facility. The Sig Tau Foundation is planning a campaign to offer additional pavers for purchase and naming opportunities in 2018.
History of Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity
|Sigma Tau Gamma Headquarters, Warrensburg, MO|
|June 28, 1920 the University of Central Missouri |
, Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity ice Founded
|Dr. Wilson C. Morris, State Normal of Warrensburg, |
University of Central Missouri Today
Participate York County, Pennsylvania, United States
Death: 1947, Warrensburg, Johnson County, Missouri, United States
Spouse: Sara G Darlington Morristown (1880 - 1978)
Father: Phinnease Morris, York County, PA, Mother: Anna Lynch, Chester County, PA
Burial: Sunset Hill Cemetery, Warrensburg, Johnson County, Missouri, United States
|Dr. Emmett Ellis, Warrensburg, MO |
A founder of Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity 1920
Leland Thornton Hoback
Born in Moniteau, Missouri, on January 3, 1895 to Sanford Crum Hoback and Minnie lacy Howard. Leland Thornton married Clara Rebecca. He passed away on February 28, 1966 in Windsor, Missouri