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Why did you join Beta Sig as an undergraduate? Beta Sig was an excellent opportunity to meet and make great friends with guys of similar background as my own, especially at a large school like Penn State.

What is the funniest memory from your Beta Sig days? Having a Mother's Party right before a social with a sorority that shall remain nameless!

What is the single fondest memory you have shared/will share with your children and grandchildren? I was able to take my family up to Penn State and I took my son in the house and showed him around, which was very cool, and very surreal, and brought back great memories.

How do you stay connected with your brothers as an alumnus? Fantasy Football, Golf, Facebook, and now Bar Mitzvahs.

Have you visited Penn State since graduation? Yes, I try to get up for Homecoming every few years certainly.

What about your membership in Beta Sig makes you the most proud? The great friendships I made, a number of which have lasted over 20 years at this point.

How would your life be different today if you had never joined Beta Sig? I would have missed out on some great friends, and certainly some great stories.

If you could go back and relive one moment from your Beta Sig years, what would it be and why?
I think that moment when you finish pledging and become a Brother, as it's the beginning of a great ride.

What is your advice for future generations of brothers? As cliché as it may sound, it goes by in the blink of an eye, so enjoy each day...

Where has life taken you since graduation? What's new in your life today? I'm married with 3 kids, twin 8 year old girls, and a 13 year old son (future Beta Sig?), and own my own business, a specialty Textile company.

Brothers can reach Brett at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 215-504-4944.