Eta Mu Chapter of Sigma Chi at Eastern Illinois - Eta Mu Chapter’s Resolution: To Stay Connected and Involved

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With the New Year upon us, it’s time to start thinking about New Year’s Resolutions. One of Eta Mu Chapter’s 2016 resolutions is to stay connected with our fellow brothers and be more active. So, what have you been up to since you left EIU? Have you caught up with any brothers recently? Attended any events? Gotten married? Had kids or grandkids? Moved? Retired? We, your brothers, want to know!

Brother Kevin Sullivan ‘74 has done a lot of traveling for his job and likes to reconnect with other brothers during his trips! We sat down with him for a brief Q&A about his time in the chapter and what he’s been up to since then:

Q: What have you been up to since college?
A: Got married in 1980 to Peg Livingston, who was a Flight Attendant for TWA. We lived in the Chicago area until 1984 and then moved to a Philadelphia suburb. In 1987 we adopted our son, Dan, from Korea and he is now a chef in Philadelphia. Peg is an Interior Decorator and soon to open a shop in Swarthmore, PA. I have been off and on in sales in the lab chemical and equipment arena that has had me move from St. Louis to Chicago, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Cleveland and then back to Philadelphia. I’m currently, working for BINDER Inc. selling ovens, incubators and Constant Climate Chambers. As a Regional Sales Manager covering the Southeast I cover from PA down to FL, over to TX, up through OK & AK, then cross over the Mississippi to TN, KY, WV and back to PA. I volunteer at Widener University as a sales and marketing consultant for their sales and marketing classes.

Q: Why did you choose Sigma Chi Eastern Illinois in the first place?
A: At the time it was a local, Lambda Sigma Chi, and most of the members were in Thomas Hall where I lived. It was a great group of guys and the goal of being a national chapter and working toward that goal intrigued me. We also had the HIGHEST GPA in the Greek organizations at EIU and were VERY competitive in Intramural Sports!

Q: What are some of your favorite memories from Sigma Chi Eastern Illinois?
A: The Brotherhood and friends that remain after 40+ years. I'm always calling someone from the HM chapter when I'm traveling to get together and rekindle old memories.

Q: What is your biggest accomplishment?
A: 36 years of being married to the same woman and a successful career that allows me to travel around the world.

Q: What’s your resolution for 2016?
A: Stay Healthy and continue working as long as I can.




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