Ordo Honoris - Epsilon Alpha Class 

The Epsilon Alpha Class of the Ordo Honoris, Shawn M. Hoke, Pi Alpha ’95, and Hugh Mose, Iota ’71, will be inducted at a Banquet on Saturday, August 4th at 7:00 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency at the Pittsburgh International Airport.


Shawn M. Hoke, Phi Alpha '95

Brother Hoke has worked tirelessly to advance the fraternal cause and is an accomplished Student Affairs professional, being recognized for his achievements within the fraternal community by Northeastern Greek Leadership Association (NGLA), and the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA). He has been awarded the Northeast Greek Leadership Association the Amy Vojta Impact Award for Chapter Development and Leadership. He is also the 2010 recipient of the Curtis-Wassink Student Service Award from Clarion University which is presented by the Student Senate of Clarion University. Previously Brother Hoke received the IFC-Panhel Living the Ritual Award in 2004 and the Clarion Campus Advisor award in 2003.

His service to the Fraternity started in 1995 when he served as consul of his chapter. Afterwards he worked as an educational leadership consultant and then for a time as the executive director. After serving as executive director, Brother Hoke volunteered and served on the Board of Directors for more than nine years culminating with his service as National President. During his tenure as National President he laid the groundwork for the National Strategic Plan to move the Fraternity into its second century. He also was a key figure in the modernization of the National Fraternity by procuring the new database operating system. In 1996 Brother Hoke received the Bob Kinchloe Alumni of the Year Award from the Phi Alpha Chapter.

His service to community begins at his local church where he serves as a CCD teacher, teaching children catechism at their weekly Sunday school. In addition with his service to the church he belongs to the Knights of Columbus where he works on various community service projects. He is also the site coordinator for the Red Cross in Clarion and In 2005 received the “Leading the Way Award” from the American Red Cross.


Hugh Mose, Iota '71

From an Article in Bucknell’s Alumni Stories profile posted October 14, 2011: Brother Mose turned his childhood love of trucks and buses into an award-winning 34-year career managing public transportation systems. Recently named the American Public Transportation Association's Outstanding Public Transportation Manager, Mose has led small public transit systems in Iowa, California, Washington, and is general manager of the Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA) in State College, Pa.

While his focus is on small transit systems, he's never been one for small ideas. Since coming to CATA 15 years ago, Brother Mose has spearheaded innovative initiatives: CATA has developed its own iPhone and Android apps, its 60 buses are equipped with GPS systems and it has been using natural gas to fuel its buses for nearly 15 years.