Alumni Spotlight

Richard at Initiation at Phi Psi in 1986

Fall 2021 Richard Sheffield

Chapter Mentor

Pledged - Class of 1986

Major - International Business

Current Job - Sales

Life Update: Married, 3 children

Best/Funny Memory from College: Arab 1989

Advice to Actives: Enjoy your brothers. They will be some of the best friends throughout your life.

Wil at Phi Psi in the early 80s channeling the Flock of Seagulls

May 2021 Wil Bosbyshell

House Corp President

Pledged - Class of 1980

Major - Graphic Design

Current Job - Artist

Life Update: In my art I'm working in pencil on a series of close, very detailed tree drawings. Visit my blog,

Interesting Fact(s): Artist and Army Veteran

Best/Funny Memory from College: The ice storm where brothers sledded in a canoe that was hit by a ladder.

Advice to Actives: Study hard. Learn how to work with your brothers and friends to solve problems.

In this recent picture is Tim Mitchell, Curt Collier, Ed Pinson and Richard Sheffield

April 2021 Ed Pinson

Chapter Advisor

Pledged - Class of '86

Major - Poultry Science

Current Job - Veterinarian

Life Update: Engaged to Karen - I have three kids- Andrew, Lauren and Emiliann. I look forward to adding Karen’s daughters Victoria and Ariel. I have a golden retriever, Murray and Emili’s cat Theo.

Interesting Fact(s): I’m excited about my upcoming wedding on June 24. Karen and I were high school classmates. Her older sister Theresa married my older brother Jim 31 years ago. We were reacquainted at our nephew Wil’s wedding. This is a real blessing and time of celebration for both of our families. We love our date nights and live music.

Best/Funny Memory from College: I have so many great memories and friendships it is hard to pick one. The destruction of Jekyll Island and ensuing Shafer led interrogations during the Costigate scandal is second only to Tim Mitchell practicing a rush speech where he detailed a list of our social events - only to summarize them with ‘sex, drugs and more drugs!’ has kept me laughing for years.

Advice to Actives: Enjoy your time in Athens and at UGA. You will remember these days and friendships for the rest of your life.