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How Did Phi Kappa Psi Make You the Man You Are Today?

We all gained invaluable lifelong benefits from Phi Kappa Psi. Did you learn about leadership at Phi Kappa Psi? Do the fraternity's core values play a role in your life today? Did you make a romantic or career connection thanks to Phi Kappa Psi?

Let us know how Phi Kappa Psi helped make you the man you are today. Click here to share your stories.

Schuyler Baab ’70

I have served in a variety of positions here in Washington, DC, culminating service as the Deputy under Secretary at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in the first Bush administration. I also served in positions in the first and second Reagan administrations, in the Congress, and with the nation’s governors. I ran large portions of President Reagan’s reelection, and that of Vice President Bush. I also worked closely with Bush 43. I am the President and CEO of PATHFINDERS Government Relations, providing strategic advisory and direct representation to clients. I ran part of the Trump Convention operation in Cleveland last summer, continued to work with the campaigns national leadership. We continue to get a majority of our class together regularly, as we have for decades, and will do so this may. I connected with Tim Pearson ’73 (DePauw ’76), who recently along with his twin Tom, gave $100 million to the University of Chicago. Tim was at an event a month ago when I proposed to Fern O’Brian on the roof of the University Club in the shadow of the White House. She said yes!

David Gregory ’65

Submitted by his wife, Susie Gregory

David was captain of the baseball team and a 1968 rector scholar graduate. He went on to medical school at IU and practiced family and emergency medicine for nearly 40 years in Columbus, Indiana. He has retired from the ER but still supervises nurse practitioners in four clinics. We have been married for 46 years, have three kids and five grandchildren. He's a fantastic cook! We both enjoy golf and have played many of the top 100 courses over the years. I am an artist (; Many years ago, I painted several watercolors of fraternity and sorority houses at IU where our kids attended college. We thought it would be fun to do a painting of the Rockpile (left).

John Andrew Wallace ’01

(2121 Douglas Rd, Indianapolis, IN
46220-2146; johnandrewwallace@

In 2013 I won Eli Lilly Teacher Creativity Scholarship of 8000K to visit Antarctica for two weeks. I have now visited all 7 continents. I recently accepted a position with Cook Medical Critical Care as District Manager. My first child, Lucy Ann Wallace, was born April 3, 2014.

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