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We sent some of our DTD Brothers an email questionnaire. Thanks to everyone who responded! We appreciate you taking the time to send us your feedback, and we thoroughly enjoyed reading about your experiences with DTD!

Below are some responses that stuck out. If you want to share your stories, pictures, or personal news with us, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Read on to hear your Brothers thoughts!

 

"My life has been extremely challenging as of late. I have been a college professor for 25 years. In October of 2015 I took a tumble and I shattered my ankle; it became infected. After numerous major surgeries over 3 years, I lost my leg. Antibiotics used to save the leg killed what were already weak kidneys. I am now in complete kidney failure and am on dialysis. I am on a Transplant List at the Ohio State University. I am actively looking for a living donor. I take blood type A or O. And of my Delt brothers who would be interested in giving me the gift of life please call OSU Transplant at: 800-293-8965. Thanks so much!"

In Chi,

- Jack Emens PhD ‘83

 

I contribute to the Delt Fund because I feel I owe the Chi Delt organization so much, especially financially. When I was a Delt from 1977-1981 I did not have much in the way of financial resources. I was only at Kenyon by the grace of the school administrators and the lobbying of Coach Steen on my behalf. My parents did not have the resources to send me to Kenyon, much less pay for me to join campus organizations. All I had was the money from my summer job and the little bit I earned lifeguarding and teaching swim lessons at Schafer Pool. The Delts honored me by letting me be a part of their great organization, and I tried to pay my dues though chores and any artwork they may have needed. I never felt they were getting a fair return on their money so I made a promise to Doc Burns that I would pay them back some day, so I have decided be a lifetime contributor.

- Peter Dolan '81








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