Frater Mike McEvilly Named As Grand Council At-Large
INDIANAPOLIS - Venerable Grand Prytanis Christopher T. Hanson (Alpha-Pi, George Washington) is proud to announce the Grand Council has named Mike McEvilly (Beta-Eta, Missouri-Rolla/Missouri S&T) as the final At-Large Member of the Grand Council of Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Regarding Frater McEvilly’s appointment, Frater Hanson shared, "We are excited to have Frater Mike join us as a member of the Grand Council. Mike’s dedicated service to Tau Kappa Epsilon, TKE Educational Foundation, and his chapter shows his love for the Fraternity for Life.”
Frater McEvilly is a Grand Prytanis' Circle level donor to the TKE Educational Foundation and a Life Loyal Teke. Mike was an International Top Teke in 1980.
Since 2014, Frater Mike has served on the Board of Directors for the TKE Educational Foundation. In addition, he has served on the Board of Directors for the Founders Housing Fund since 2016. Frater McEvilly was the Campaign Chairman of the Beta-Eta’s capital campaign for the new chapter house. He was initiated into the Beta-Eta chapter at Missouri University of Science and Technology, named University of Missouri-Rolla then, in 1978.
When asked about the appointment, Frater McEvilly shared, "I look forward to working with Frater Hanson and the other members of the Grand Council, assisting in the continued strategic alignment of the Grand Council and the TKE Educational Foundation for the betterment of the Fraternity for Life."
Professionally, Frater McEvilly has spent his career in the offshore, onshore and international oil and gas field development. He currently is the Project Director for the West White Rose Project for Husky Energy. Prior to this role, he worked for Hess Corporation, Spitzer Industries, Helix Energy Solutions and Anadarko Petroleum Corporation.
His service to others is not limited to Tau Kappa Epsilon. McEvilly has served his community through many organizations such as The Lions Club, Elks Lodge, and Masonic Lodge/Shriners/Scottish Rite/York Rite/Eastern Star. He's led youth as a coach and umpire in Little League, and youth basketball, as well as a referee for youth soccer. He also volunteers as a committeeman for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, is President of Bright Light Foundation, an organization that provides funds to individuals in the Oil and Gas industry with severe medical conditions, and is President-Elect of the Missouri S&T Alumni Association. Mike is also an Elder for Trinity Klein Lutheran Church.
He and his wife, Mary, have two children, Michael and Melissa, as well as four grandchildren. Frater Mike and his wife live in Spring, Texas.