Frederick Jacobs ’69

Frederick Jacobs '69 is sharing his love for Phi Sig and the brotherhood. He Reminisces about past experiences in the house and says why he donates now as an alumnus. Staying active within the chapter is important to Jacobs because without support, the house could not survive. See why he is proud to be a part of Phi Sig's unique brotherhood.

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Robert W. “Bear” Koehler ’58

On November 4 Penn State Phi Sigs will gather to celebrate a life dedicated to Phi Sigma Kappa. Robert W. "Bear" Koehler '58 retired this year as adviser and as treasurer of the alumni board after 50 years of volunteer service to the fraternity he loves. On the 4th, friends and fellow alumni will honor him with a dinner at the Atherton Hotel in State College.

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Tom Morgan ’54

Former District Attorney Tom Morgan '54 ran twice for a seat on the Pennsylvania Appellate Court. During one run, he personally visited all 67 counties in his 1979 Mustang. He even stopped by the Phi Sig house once while campaigning.

Now, Brother Morgan is tapping away at a computer to capture some of his life stories for his children and grandchildren. In semi-retirement, Tom still does some legal work and plays a lot of bridge.

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