How did your brothers make an impact on you during your time at Georgia Tech? Here’s what one brother told us.
We hear it time and time again when we talk to brothers about Kappa Sigma, there are certain brothers that when you think about your time at Georgia Tech, always stick out. Whether it be them helping you in your first year at college, or your favorite party buddy, we all have that one guy that sticks out in our mind. Hear what one of your brothers had to say about the impact they had on their life.
“I often think of brother John Roberts ’69 who was my roommate for the time I was staying at the fraternity house… John was my best man at my wedding to my first wife in 1968 while at Georgia Tech. He was also my best man at my second wedding in 1985. He did a better job the second time around, as I am still happily married to that wife – Theresa. We got together often through the years after his return from service in Vietnam as we both ended up back in the Atlanta area. Eventually, John ended up working overseas in Dubai. Unfortunately, he passed away in 2006 after being hit by a van while out jogging in Dubai. John got me into jogging during the summers we were in Atlanta at the old O’Keefe high school track. I continued to do jogging (on and off) through the years. After retirement in 2010, I took back to jogging on a full-time basis. It eventually has become walking on a daily basis because of knee issues. It has kept me in good health, and I owe a lot of this to what John got me doing while being fraternity brothers at Tech.” -Marc Roach ‘70
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