Joe N. Succop II ’48

Getting Joe to talk about Kappa Sigma is easy: The fraternity has been part of his life since 1943, so he has plenty of material on the subject. He is still actively involved. Even when the current colony is trying to get it's charter back, he still feels it is his duty and privilege to keep the group moving into the future. To read Joe's complete story, go to

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John Waltz ’07

Golf outings are just one of the ways John Waltz ’07 stays connected with his Kappa Sigma brothers.  He says they remain as close outside the house as they were when they lived there together during their undergraduate days.  The key to maintaining this close relationship is keeping regular communication.  

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MacKenzie Neumaier


What is your hometown, major, etc.?

I am a sophomore from Point Pleasant Beach, NJ majoring in Premedicine with a minor in Kinesiology.

Why did you join Kappa Sigma?

I joined Kappa Sigma my first semester of freshman year basically just because I met a lot of great guys at rush events. Looking back at it, this decision that I made pretty much basically because it seemed like fun turned out to be on the best choices I have made in college thus far.

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