Charles Roscopf  of Helena is one of four University of Arkansas graduates the Arkansas Alumni Association has added to its  board of directors. Each board member has agreed to serve a three-year term starting  July 1, 2008.

Charles Roscopf  of Helena is one of four University of Arkansas graduates the Arkansas Alumni Association has added to its  board of directors. Each board member has agreed to serve a three-year term starting  July 1, 2008.
Each year members of the Arkansas Alumni Association approve the selection of candidates to serve three-year terms on the board of directors, which comprises 24 slated members, six at-large members and three officers. The board oversees programs and policies that carry out the Association’s mission – to connect and serve the University of Arkansas family.
Part of a third generation to attend the University of Arkansas, Roscopf graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in finance and banking and law. He is a managing partner in Roscopf and Roscopf law office and city judge for Marvell.
Roscopf actively serves as a member in several professional affiliations such as the board of governors for the Arkansas Bar Association, the Arkansas Supreme Court Continuing Legal Education Committee and the Arkansas Volunteer Lawyers for the Elderly.
His service to the community mirrors his professional service; he serves as a member and past president of the Helena Rotary Club and is a board member for the Phillips County Community Foundation and Boys and Girls Club of Phillips County.
While at the university, Roscopf pledged Sigma Chi and he continues his involvement with his fraternity as a board member of Sigma Chi House Corp. An annual member of the Arkansas Alumni Association, he serves his alma mater by being a member of the Legislative Advocacy Network.
“I believe that the Arkansas Alumni Association has served the U of A and its alumni well by upholding the traditions of the university and making it an attractive choice for prospective students,” said RoscopfI would like to see the Arkansas Alumni Association encourage alumni who were fraternity/sorority members to more actively participate in the Association and to help strengthen the Greek tradition at the U of A.”
The three other new board members are Kay Collett Goss  of   Alexandria, Va., Heather Nelson   of   Little Rock and Ewell  R. of   Little Rock.