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•   Cooper Castleberry #222  8/9
•   Gary Young #536  8/5
•   J Larry Sorsby #296  7/3
•   Jeffrey Lentz #585  6/1
•   David Banks #579  5/31
•   Keith Eugene Webb  4/10
•   Kevin Sook  3/10
•   Justin Hinkle # 947  2/16
•   Joseph Glenn Winston #873  2/10
•   Jerry Russell #196  2/4
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Arizona
4 live in California
4 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
1 lives in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Guam
1 lives in Illinois
6 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Massachusetts
5 live in Missouri
2 live in Nebraska
2 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
3 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in South Dakota
2 live in Tennessee
304 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
2 live in Washington
582 location unknown


I’m watching the new season of Iron Resurrection 6/16/21 on the Motor Trend Channel and there was Brother Terry Smith selling his grandfather's ‘56 Ford Pickup to be restored on the show. The star of the show looked older than dirt (the pickup, not Brother Smith). I just sold my ranch and would have paid him ten times what he sold it for.

Last time I saw Brother Smith was at Love Field entering my flight as our pilot.

But my best TV star award still goes to Brother Driver being interviewed by a CNN reporter during a Houston hurricane rescue, “son, I’m no a hero, I’m just a good neighbor”!


Kim Brimer #144


This site is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the Texas Eta Chapter. We have created this website for the purpose of consolidating our resources and to improve communications with both actives and alumni. Please be advised that this site is not associated with our national organization and that we are by no means trying to disconnect from headquarters. Our objective is to collect contact information on all Brothers who have been associated with the Texas Eta Chapter only. It is password protected for that reason and no information will ever be shared with any outside concern. If we were to try to work off our existing chapter role spreadsheet, of the 900 names listed, we would have less than 600 entries with relatively up to date contact information. We would appreciate all of you taking time to update your profile by clicking on the blue "JOIN HERE", and make sure you include your bond number after your last name in the detail section of your profile. It is our hope that this website becomes the link to many of you rekindling old friendships and our open invitation to join us for many future events.


Joel Moore #334

Site Administrator 

Welcome to the Texas Eta website : The site has been developed for the entire chapter to enjoy and hopefully participate. It will be continually changing with your input, so don't hesitate to supply your ideas. All reasonable suggestions will be reviewed and implemented if at all possible.