Glenn Young

Q & A with Glenn Young

1/3/2003
Q. Why did you join the fraternity?
A. I desired to be part of Greek life at UGA and KA was the best fit for the type of group of friends I wanted. The guys were fun, personable, not pretentious, had good values, KA was one of top fraternities for popularity and reputation on campus.

Q. What is your favorite memory of the fraternity?
A. All of it was good ... Old South and Cowboy Ball were always great annual events, but what I remember most was the jam sessions in the front yard after GA football games, having my date dancing in front of the bands and celebrating with college buds.

Q. What kind of influence has the fraternity had on your life since graduation?
A. It taught me brotherhood and how KA was special after discussing with people who did not experience the same in college.

Q. With whom are you still in touch? Who would you like to find?
A. I keep in touch with Harry Fitzgerald '75, Bob Kenerly '79, James Stanley '75, Tommy Jackson '78, Brian Saunders, and Doc Eldridge '76. I'd like to find Steve Owings (just learned he lost his oldest son in car accident), Mike Madden, Lee Marsha, Dan Broos '78, Bill Young '78, and Joel Tiblier '79.

Q. Tell us about your family. Are you married? Do you have children?
A. I married Jan Elder Young in 1980 and we have an 11-year-old son, Everett.

Q. What do you do for a living?
A. I'm the corporate director of Corporate Accounts for GE Medical Systems.

Q. What organizations are you affiliated with in your community?
A. YMCA, Little League coaching, usher at church

Q. What hobbies do you enjoy?
A. Tennis, golf, water sports and snow skiing, traveling and visiting new places.

Q. What are your goals for the next few years?
A. To raise my son to be a responsible young man, prepared for his future and to relocate my family to a smaller "community" environment where we are around more of our friends having similar backgrounds and experiences. That will make my wife happy Finally, to spend more time with friends and family, balancing demands of busy work schedule.

Phil Jones

Q & A with Phil Jones

1/3/2003
Q. Why did you join the fraternity?
A. I'm from Savannah, there was no other way to go!!

Q. What is your favorite memory of the fraternity?
A. Friends and parties at the Frat House.

Q. What kind of influence has the fraternity had on your life since graduation?
A. It's give me lifelong friendships.

Q. Tell us about your family.
A. I got married, and had three children: Phil, Jr., Ansley and Jennifer. I'm now divorced and living in Sunset Beach, N.C.

Q. What other activities or organizations were you involved with in school?
A. Intermural wrestling, Psychology club

Q. What was your nickname and how did you get it?
A. SHADY JONES; Dan Jardine '64 put it on my KA mug and it stuck.

Q. What do you do for a living?
A. Real estate sales

Q. What organizations are you affiliated with in your community?
A. KA alumni in Savannah, Sons of American Revolution, and the National Board of Realtors

Q. What hobbies do you enjoy?
A. Golf, fishing, sports

Q. What are your goals for the next few years?
A. Retirement, travel

Chris Demos '91

Q & A with Chris Demos '91

1/22/2003
Falcons to the Super Bowl? Brother Demos Believes It and He'll Be There To Celebrate

When Atlanta Falcons fans go crazy for their team, Kappa Alphas can be proud that one of their brothers plays an important behind-the-scenes role in making it happen. Using both his love of community and his passion for sports, Chris Demos '90 performs community relations for the team. In this brief Q&A interview, Chris remembers life in the fraternity and the importance of friendship forever.

Why did you join the fraternity?
I knew a lot of the guys and thought it would be a good way to meet more people from across the state.

Tell us about your favorite memory of the fraternity.
There are too many to single out one. Memories include the KA-SAE football game, Saturdays in Athens in the fall, Old South - at the beach and schooling "Chicken" in the Cowboy Hoop Tournament.

Did you live in the house? If so, who were your roommates? Tell us about a memorable time with them.
Yes, I lived in the house in the middle room on the third floor. No roommate. Joe Orr, Blanchard, Footy, Humphrey, David Woodberry all lived up there at one time or another...the third floor was great. I remember everyone piling into my room at night because I had the only AC unit and heater that worked.

With whom do you still stay in contact? Who would you most like to find?
A: I stay in contact with David Scott, Chuck Humphrey, Robbie Cox, Stephen Eith, Kyle Blanchard, Billy Chipman, Kevin Howard and Jon Christensen. I'd like to find Chris Thomas, Roy Roberts, Dan Footy and Chip Hackman.

What kind of influence has the fraternity had on your life since graduation?
It has given be friendships that I will always keep.

Tell us about your family: Have you married? Do you have children?
I married my college girlfriend, Susan. We have one daughter, Madeline, who was born in the spring of 2001.

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