But Faucette does more than just cook -- he bridges the generation gap between current members and alumni. The men might not know each other, but they all know "Puddin'," the nickname Faucette earned as a boy growing up in Orange County.
Faucette treats the students like they are his own kids. "We're real tight," he said.
Faucette cooks lunch and dinner for the fraternity on weekdays and said the students are easy to please. "I cook catfish, cornbread and fried chicken. They're thrilled over chicken."
He also prepares a special feast for home football games -- a pig, which he brings back to the house alive and then barbecues. For noon games, Faucette begins preparations at 2 a.m.
"I never miss cooking a pig on a football gameday," he said.
Fraternity Treasurer Marc White said, "Nobody would ever make the claim that it's healthy food, but it's good food. I don't know of any better barbecue, anywhere."
Before he was cooking his famous barbecue for brothers and alumni, Faucette cleaned and worked in the kitchen. Fifteen years ago, the kitchen of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was in the basement, and Faucette wore rubber boots as he cooked when it rained. But he and the kitchen moved upstairs when the house was remodeled.
Faucette also cooks for the fraternity brothers at his own home. During the summer, he hosts a cookout nearly every Saturday night, White said.
But good times involve more than just good food.