Alumni Q&A

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Why did you join Sig Ep as an undergraduate? I joined because of the people I met there. A friend of mine also liked it, and I knew several girls that were little sisters and they thought the guys were great.

What is the single fondest memory you have shared/will share with your children and grandchildren? I would share how kind the brothers were during some hard personal times.

How do you stay connected with your brothers as an alumnus? A group of us buy a block of football tickets together and tailgate before the game.

Have you visited Chapel Hill since graduation? Yes I visit quite often for football games and recruiting for work.

What about your membership in Sig Ep makes you the most proud? The friendships that I developed make me the most proud.

How would your life be different today if you had never joined Sig Ep? I wouldn't have the closest friends in my life.

If you could go back and relive one moment from your Sig Ep years, what would it be and why? I'm not sure, but I probably could change a memory concerning a black ball vote.

Where has life taken you since graduation? What's new in your life today? I'm into banking and have kids.

Who do you stay connected with in your alumni years? I keep in touch with about five guys in my pledge class and one in a pledge class below me.

Why would you encourage other brothers to engage with Sig Ep in their alumni years? To maintain connectivity.

What is the best thing about your alumni experience? Remembering the stories of my youth.

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