John Ward ‘82: Without Phi Kappa Theta, I wouldn’t have the drive for success I have today
John Ward ‘82 ([email protected]) says that Phi Kappa Theta stood apart from other fraternities when he was an undergraduate. “There was a quality of the members and a tight brotherhood,” he said.
He says that one of his best memories is the shared camaraderie of athletics. “One of my best memories is of winning the fraternity division soccer championship. We beat TKE in the finals.”
He says that Phi Kappa Theta impacted his life long after graduation. “It built my ideals on teamwork and always striving to do the right thing.”
Ward says that giving back to the chapter is critical for him. “I wanted to help ensure Phi Kappa Theta will continue to exist for the future. It is everyone’s responsibility to give back to organizations that helped develop them.”
“If more people gave back, we could make some much-needed improvement to the physical plant of the house and provide scholarships to the members.”
Without Phi Kappa Theta, I wouldn’t have the drive for success I have today.