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Check out where your alumni Brothers are today! Full updates with photos can be read on the website at www.kappasigpsu.com where you can also use the searchable directory to reach out to Brothers personally, reconnect and get their full story!

Christopher Longwill ‘73
“My wife and I did vacation to Italy last summer. Alas we did not visit Bologna.”
Why I Give: “I like to help in some small way because I recognize that the Chapter can always use some financial help, most likely in numerous ways. I still run into guys who were friends in college.”

David Dick ‘74
“I retired from practicing law, and have been spending winters cycling in Arizona and Florida. Life is good, knock wood. My wife and I are lucky to have good health and good friends. I can’t ask for more.”
Why I Give: “The Fraternity was important in my life back then, and that remembrance pulls on the heartstrings. That special feeling of being part of something bigger than you…*

Fritz Baesman ‘64
Why I Give:
“I do appreciate receiving the Alpha Delta News just to see if there are still some Brothers from my generation who are on the list.”

Paul O’Brien ’71
: “Retired and living the life!”
Why I Give: “The most valuable part of my Kappa Sig experience is Brotherhood, as it continues to grow 49 years after having graduated…”*

Craig Baughman ‘76
“I retired two years ago after a successful sales career for a Fortune 500 company. Keeping busy.”
Why I Give: “I felt you guys were doing a good job. The most valuable part of my experience were the friends I made.”

Louis Koekler ‘69
“I've been retired now for almost 10 years. I split my time between Cranford and the Jersey shore at Manasquan. I still do some consulting and write a monthly column for the Trade Association.”
Why I Give: “I thoroughly enjoyed my years at KS and the enduring friendships I made. Many of the friendships have been maintained over the past 50 years since graduation…”

Do you have a life update or news? Make sure you share it with your Brothers! We get it — it’s easy to lose touch with the people who matter most. But, in the wise words of Mary Schmich, “the older you get, the more you need the people who knew you when you were young.” So, let your Brothers know what’s happening in your life. We want to hear your stories, but more importantly, we want to get you reconnected with the men you created formative bonds with when you were an undergrad, during your first years with Kappa Sig. Who are those people that you always think about reaching out to, but don’t, who you wish you could reconnect with? Sharing your stories and updates can make it possible. After all, we become who we are in life by interacting with people. The most important people in that respect are the friends we made when we were young. They helped bring out of us the people we were meant to be, they taught us how to care about someone besides ourselves and they were there for us when no one else could help. While it’s easy to lose touch with our best friends when our attention turns to our careers and families after college, it can be so worth it to stay connected to our lifelong friends.

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