Ellsworth C. Dent
, Delta (Emporia State University) was the longest serving president of the Fraternity from 1927 to 1936.
Prior to serving as president he was on the Fraternity Board of Directors in the then elected office of editor.
In professional life, Brother Dent
was a pioneer in educational and industrial films production.
He co-founded Coronet Films, which was later merged into Esquire, Inc.
produced the first Sigma Tau Gamma film.
He retired in 1972 as a Senior Vice-President.
The Ellsworth C. Dent Man of the Year Award is named in his