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Q: What have you been up to since college?

Dan: After Lehigh I moved to Oklahoma and went into the oil & gas exploration business, first as a Landman, then as the Field Supervisor for an oil & gas production company and then finally as a Geologist’s assistant. In 1983 I moved back from Oklahoma to New York State to take a position as the Administrative Vice President of an oil & gas investment company.

Q: What have you been up to since college?

Dan: After Lehigh I moved to Oklahoma and went into the oil & gas exploration business, first as a Landman, then as the Field Supervisor for an oil & gas production company and then finally as a Geologist’s assistant. In 1983 I moved back from Oklahoma to New York State to take a position as the Administrative Vice President of an oil & gas investment company.

Two years later I resigned and changed fields and went into the Real Estate business where I am today as one of the Senior Relocation Consultants for Cornerstone Relocation Group.I have been married and divorced and remain that way currently. I am also the editor of a Scottish organization’s newsletter, the Chairman of a 501( c)3 organization, still actively downhill ski in the winter, kayak in the summer, learned to play the bagpipes (don’t have time now for them) do quite a bit of historical re-enacting (commanding a revolutionary war unit) and the list goes on, and on etc. etc. etc. We are looking to move up to NH as ultimately my lady friend (almost wife) and I want to retire up there.

Q: Why did you choose Lambda Chi Alpha in the first place?

Dan: I liked the brothers that I met…it felt “right” when I was invited up to the house and there was no hazing.

Q: What are some of your favorite memories from Lambda Chi Alpha?

Dan: Being the Ritual officer (High Phi) and many small memory vignettes from my years in the house.

Q: What is your biggest accomplishment?

Dan: “Far too many to select one!”