"Jack" Chapin '55 Awarded Sigma Chi's 'Order of Constantine'

"Jack" Chapin '55 Awarded Sigma Chi's 'Order of Constantine'

February 17, 2005

jack chapin.jpgFebruary 17, 2005, Greencastle, Ind. - John N. "Jack" Chapin Jr., a member of DePauw University's Class of 1955, has been awarded The Order of Constantine, the highest honor in Sigma Chi men's fraternity. Sigma Chi created the honor in 1948 to recognize members who had performed outstanding service to the fraternity in a manner its founders would have commended. Of the more than 250,000 men initiated into Sigma Chi during its 150 year history, fewer than 500 have been so honored.

Chapin will be recognized at the 150th anniversary celebration of the founding of the fraternity, to be held June 23 to 26 in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

A forensic economist, Chapin is president of CHAPIN Associates Ltd., the firm he formed in 1998 after reaching the mandatory retirement age for partners at Coopers & Lybrand LLP, now merged as PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He was partner-in-charge, Litigation & Claims Services for Chicago and the Midwest Region, the practice he started in 1979. He is a Certified Management Consultant, National Chairman of the 93519Institute of Management Consultants USA, Inc. (1994-1996) and a Fellow of the Institute. He specializes in financial analytics, valuation and expert witness testimony.

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