Meet Our Housing Corporation

Our Alumni Association/Housing Corporation Board directors meet quarterly in Tucson, Phoenix, Pinetop or San Diego. If you would like to join our board, please send us an email

Andy McEldowney ’83 - President


Andy graduated from the UA with a bachelors in business in 1987. After graduation I have worked as an insurance agent With Allstate, then Farm Bureau before starting and independent agency in 2013. In the middle I spent 10 years in Pharmaceutical sales with GlaxoSmithKline. Happily married to Kerry for 32 years, with three children; Jordan (married to nother Lyndsey), Lindsay, and Madison. While my kids were growing up I volunteered with their scouts, sports, and music programs; sold a lot of cookies and hosted a lot of team parties. After they were off the nest I served our chapter as an assistant alumnus adviser (extremely rewarding experience, highly recommend!!) before becoming the treasurer on the house corporation board. I am looking forward to having my chapter return to the UA.


Greg Mammana ’90 - Vice President 


Greg earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Arizona in 1992, a Master of Arts in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix (2003), and a second Master of Arts in Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Homeland Defense and Security (2015).  He retired as a Lieutenant from the Tucson Police Department in 2017 and currently works for Raytheon Missiles and Defense as the Physical Security Manager Lead.  Greg lives in Tucson with his wife Kristen and his son Nick. 


Paul Clapp ’02 - Secretary 


Paul Clapp is a 2004 Graduate of John Carroll University where he was a founding father of the Xi-Tau Chapter of Kappa Sigma in 2002. After graduation, he moved to Tucson and became the Alumnus Advisor and live in advisor for Gamma-Rho from 2004-2005. Since that time, he has remained active with the alumni, and is a part of the Chapter’s Century Club. Paul Currently leads the State, Local and Education Sales (SLED) efforts for the Western half of the US for Iron Mountain Inc. Iron Mountain is the global leader for storage and information management services. In addition to specializing in Government Solutions, Paul also has a focus on software sales stemming from his time at Hyland Software, the developer of the Enterprise Content Management software OnBase. Paul and his wife, Maggie O’Neill, live in Cleveland, Ohio with their two daughters (Raegan & Brett) and have been married since 2015. 


Eli Asunolo ’98 - Treasurer


Elie is a 2002 graduate from the Eller School of Management with a major in Economics and a Pre-law minor. As an undergraduate, Elie served as his pledge class Social Chair, chapter's Family Weekend Chair for consecutive years and was heavily involved in the Rush every year. Around campus, he was involved in several aspects of the University including working as a teacher's aid for the head of the Economics department, joining Arizona Allegiance, running for ASUA Senate and playing intramural sports for several seasons. He also worked for FMG under Matt Noble for a summer and at the University Rec Center for another. After graduation Elie moved to Denver where he lived for several years before returning back to Tucson to pursue a career with a regional bank, Compass Bank. He now works as a Relationship Manager in Commercial Banking, where he provides a full suite of banking services to middle market companies . Elie has continued to serve in the local community through organizations such as Junior Achievement, Habitat for Humanity, Tucson Chamber of Commerce and Eller College. In his free time, Elie enjoys doing CrossFit, reading philosophy and politics, and spending time with family.  


Fred Ronstadt ’16 - Property Manager 


Fred Ronstadt is a native of Tucson. He received his undergraduate degree in Secondary Education in 1986 and a master’s degree in Public Administration in 1994, both from the University of Arizona. He served as a Council Member for the City of Tucson and has held leadership positions with several nonprofit organizations. Fred served as the Resident Advisor for the Gamma Rho Chapter from 2014 – 2016 and was initiated in 2016. Fred is the President of The F. Ronstadt Company which provides business consulting and bookkeeping services. He lives in Tucson with his wife Sharla.


Sam Chang ’00 - Legal & Risk Management

Sam is a 2003 (Eller) and 2006 (College of Law) graduate of the University of Arizona.  While an undergrad, Sam was the ASUA Executive Vice President, a member of Bobcats Senior Honorary, President of Chain Gang (Links) Junior Honorary, and a member of various other organizations.  He also served as Outer Guard, and his closest friends to this day are from Gamma Rho.  Sam is currently a Partner and the Chair of the Hiring Committee for the law firm, Lewis Roca. 

Matt Noble ’84 - Alumni Association 


Matt Noble is a 1984 initiate, who graduated in 1986 from the Eller School of Management with a major in Marketing. As an undergraduate Matt served as his chapter’s Alumni Relations Chair, Little Sister Chair and Vice President. Matt also was involved on campus as the Vice President of the American Marketing Association and he was involved with the ASUA Marketing Club that focused on the funding for a new campus Recreation Center. As a college student he worked for Montgomery Ward and IBM. After graduation he worked for the University of Arizona Athletic Department in the areas of Fund Development and Marketing before founding Fraternity Management Group (FMG) in 1989. FMG provides service to fraternity and sorority chapters in the areas of alumni/ae & parent relations, career preparation & networking, and fundraising. Matt’s past community involvement included serving on the UA Alumni Association Board of Directors; Coronado Little League as a coach and board member; Ironwood Ridge Baseball Boosters; the Southern Arizona Sports Development Corporation; and several Greek Life Boards. He currently serves the Eller School of Management as an undergraduate interviewer for admission; on the board of HABBJACH/Scholarship America; as a director on the Gamma Rho House Corporation; and as the Vice President of the Kappa Sigma Educational Foundation of Arizona. Matt is a past Hall of Fame inductee and Man of the Year of his chapter. He and his wife Risa live in Oro Valley, and have one son, Austin. Matt’s passion’s are golf, hiking, college sports, and career networking for students and alumni.



David Gosselin '01

David Gosselin graduated from the University of Arizona in 2004 with a degree in Accounting from The Eller College of Management.  David is a partner at dbbmckennon, a regional CPA firm where he works with public companies and early stage companies that are undertaking securities based crowdfunding capital raises.  David lives in Long Beach, CA with his wife Nicole and his three children, Cayden, Ryder, and Dylan. 


Taylor Heidenheim '71


Graduated University of Arizona BS Mechanical Engineering 1974. Lived in Oregon for 25 years till retired and moved back to Tucson. Became a member of the house corporation on the executive committee as property manager in 2000. Turned  the position over in 2019 to a younger member and stayed on the board as a member. Retired from Weyerhaeuser Corporation where career was spent as a project manager and plant engineer. He currently lives in Tucson AZ and Pasadena CA traveling back and forth every 6 weeks. Taylor is a widower but now engaged.


George Jenson '82


George is a 1982 initiate of Gamma-Rho and graduated in 1987 from the Eller School of Management with a degree in Management Information Systems. He held a variety of positions as an undergraduate including Pledge Educator, GMC, GT, and FUBAR chair. He was involved all five years of his college career with ASUA Concerts, the concert promotion part of student government. Since graduation he has served Kappa Sigma locally and internationally in a variety of positions including AAA, AA, ADGM, Alcohol and Drug Education Commissioner, and Commissioner of Chapter Advancement. He lived in as advisor for the 5 years that Gamma-Rho was at El Capitan Court and the first two years at our present house on 1st Street, roughly 1990-1997. He works as a full-time custom software designer, part-time AZ real estate broker, and part-time instructor at Hogan School of Real Estate. He lives in Tucson with his wife Jennifer where they regularly play host to alumni visits and gatherings, small and large, at their house near campus.


Tom Keating ’62 


Tom attended UA twice and got it right the 2nd time graduating cum laude in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. 40 years from freshman to graduate truly defines a "late bloomer.”

For 38 years, Tom worked for and mostly ran American Protective Services of Oakland, CA, a nation-wide security guard service with 80 offices in 35 states employing 19,000. APS was sold in 2000. Concurrently as an avocation, Tom and Reenie raised cattle for 25 years, growing the herd to 2000 at its peak, thanks to knowledgeable partners. Tom's 3rd career was with the University of Arizona as a 21-year volunteer, having served on both the Alumni BOD and the UA Foundation BOD—chairing both. Tom's 4th career was acquiring and running 19 convenience/gasoline stores in Tucson under the banner Catalina Mart, also with help from a president who knew the industry. Those stations have been leased to another operator.

Tom's 5th and final career is full-blown retirement. He still works a shortened work week in his home office helping their children run the family enterprise, Trailhead Ventures. They are mostly investors and occasional real estate developers.

Tom was the AA of the Berkeley Chapter for 5 years in the mid 60ties and has served the Gamma Rho board as VP and board member for 30+ years. He was very actively involved with the board in building our house on 1st street and acquiring its predecessor at El Capitan Court south of campus.  


Nick Maccarone '13


Nick Maccarone is a 2014 graduate of The Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona, majoring in Finance. Nick was a founding father of the Gamma Rho Chapter in ’13, and also served as Grand Master of the chapter in ’13. Nick has served as a previous AAA to the Rho chapter, as well as a current member of the Gamma Rho Housing Corp. Nick currently works for Merrill Edge, where he is a Premium Elite Relationship Manager. Nick currently lives in Gilbert, AZ with his wife Kaylee and daughter, Payton Lynn.

Nic Martino '13

Nic Martino is a 2015 graduate of the University of Arizona, and a 2018 graduate of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. Nic was a founding father of the Gamma Rho Chapter, and served as Grand Procurator and Grand Master. Nic is an associate at Jones, Skelton & Hochuli in Phoenix, Arizona. In his spare time, Nic enjoys hiking and playing basketball and softball.


Pat Murphy '65


Brother Patrick Murphy, a 1965 initiate, served as Grand Treasurer and Grand Master of Gamma-Rho Chapter. After graduating from law school he served as District Grand Master and as Legal Commissioner for Kappa Sigma. Brother Murphy also served as President of the Gamma Rho Chapter Housing Corporation from 1990 to 2019.  When not practicing law or serving the as treasurer of the Educational Foundation, he and his wife Susie enjoy traveling and spending time with their three children & four grandchildren. Pat is a chapter Hall of Fame inductee and past Man of the Year.


Greg Stanton '01


Greg Stanton graduated in 2005 from the UArizona with a degree in Political Science and Business Minor. He sailed the seven seas in the Fall ’03 with Semester-at-Sea,sailing around the world in 100 days visiting 11 ports of call. Work experience includes sales in metal manufacturing in Tucson, sales in sports and entertainment venue signage in Phoenix and yellow page advertising throughout the state of Arizona. Greg moved back to Tucson in 2012 to help run the family business of multi-family apartments. Greg is married to his wife, Natalie, and has 3 energetic boys who keep him busy.


John Turner '70

John is a 1974 graduate of the UA with a BA in Government.  While at the UA, he was the  Grand Master of the Chapter for two years, vice president of the inter fraternity council, a member of Traditions and a Bobcat.  He graduated  from the University of San Diego law school in 1977, and has practiced law since then both in Tucson and in San Diego.  He is the founding shareholder of Turner Law APC and Turner Dispute resolution.  His law practice is primarily in the area of real estate, construction and business transactions.  He is also a mediator and arbitrator.

He has served on the Gamma Rho House Corporation Board for many years.  In San Diego, he has been on the Peninsula YMCA board of advisors,  a member of the Point Loma Planning Board,  and  the board of directors of Sacred heart Academy.

He is married to Stacy and has four grown children  (including Sam who is a Gamma-Rho alumni, and a graduate of the ASU law school, and Reese who is a Junior at the UA and a Kappa Alpha Theta). At present,  John and Stacy divide their time between San Diego and Tucson.


Bill Wiess '80 


Bill Wiess is a graduate of the University of Arizona, 1985 and currently Bill resides in Phoenix, AZ. with his wife Barbara. After 15 years as a national brand manager in the pre-engineered petrol chemical and food service industries, he sold his business. Currently, Bill manages investment properties. This led to his appointment as a Stakeholder on the Valley Metro light rail SCE, CAB & SARC.  regional transportation plan. Bill has served on the RSD Governing Board. He fought to direct millions of tax and bond dollars to libraries in underserved areas of Maricopa County. Active in politics over 25 years, Bill was an elected leader of the Arizona Republican Party, as well as an AZ Senate nominee, and a three- time Delegate to the RNC Convention. As an alumnus, Bill is involved with UArizona and Kappa Sigma. Bill is a Gamma Rho Century Club member and a GPAC charter member. Barbara and Bill are Wildcats for Life.