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Dr. Bob DeFoor ’87 Uses KA Values Every Day

When Bob DeFoor ’87 checked in with us several years back, he said that he was still using skills and values that he learned at KA every day—whether it be in his personal life, or in his profession as a urologist and surgeon at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

“I will always remember Lee’s Definition of a Gentleman that a brother had me memorize for his signature,” Bob said. “This inspirational memorandum values humility and empathy in the use of knowledge and power in relating to others. These are skills that I must use every day when a parent trusts me to take care of their infant or young child both at the bedside as well as in the operating room.”

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Nothing But Good Memories

Hubert Harris ’62 Reflects on Lifelong Support and Friendships Provided by KA

There’s nothing but fond memories of Kappa Alpha Order for Hubert Harris ’62. It was the perfect mixture of fun and brotherly encouragement and support.

Hubert was first drawn to KA by the brothers, the link to Robert E. Lee, and the old southern traditions, but it was friendship and support that made his undergrad years truly memorable.

“We were a group of fun-loving students who wrestled with academics vs. fun,” he recalls. “We studied and helped each other. Almost all of us graduated.”

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Southern Gentlemen's Golf Classic Raises $5,000

The first annual KA Alpha Sigma Southern Gentlemen's Golf Classic was held on Sunday, May 7 to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), which funds research and care for kids and adults suffering from muscular dystrophy, ALS, and related diseases that weaken muscle strength and limit mobility.

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Photo Flashback: 1980 Tech Victory

In this memorable shot from 1980, a jubilant group of KA brothers celebrate a Tech Victory in the east stands.

Do you have some classic KA photos packed away in boxes somewhere? Dig them out and send them to us! What better way is there to document our history and all the great memories created at KA?

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Brother McCutchen goes to D.C. to talk to Secretary Price

For nearly 25 years, Brother Kelly McCutchen '89 has been working to make an impact for the people of Georgia as the President and CEO of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation. Recently, McCutchen had the chance to sit down with former Georgia Congressman and current U.S. Secretary of Health Tom Price.

"I've known Tom Price for about 20 years," McCutchen says. "Knowing him for a long time, he invited us to come to his office in Washington to talk about national health care. It was a pretty exciting time to be up there.”

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