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Charles Seay ‘63 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) says that he became a Kappa Sig because he liked what he saw in the brotherhood. “They made me feel welcome and I liked the way they treated each other,” he said.  

“The brothers were always there when you needed them, and they knew how to have fun when you needed a break from studies.” 

He says that Kappa Sigma impacted his life long after graduation. “It reminded me of the value of brotherhood.”  

Today, he gives back to the chapter. “I am blessed with resources and am able to help out.”