What Kappa members have to say

Kappa is a family tradition as my sister Marcella Y. was a Kappa & St. Louis Region contact. I helped with Kappa arrangements prior to becoming a Kappa. To me, it means tradition, faith and leadership, which hopefully I have shown through my life.

Mary E. Sullivan
Fontbonne University ’71

My nomination and membership in KGP is an honor and a privilege. Volunteering with such community organizations as Lions International and Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association has been a way of ‘paying it forward’ and recognizing KGP as the foundation of service to others. In both my personal and professional life, practicing the philosophy of giving time and service to others as well as serving my country as a second career and mentoring others has been my drive with credit given to KGP.

Dr. Danny R. Zimmerman
Gannon University ‘92

KGP nomination has been a great honor and privilege. It has opened many doors in my professional life, and I’m still working.

Ruth Chartier
The Marymont College ’87 

My nomination sealed the practice of others seeing leadership and professional qualities in me as a student, and later as an educator. It also reminded me of my responsibility to share the best in me with others.

Judith Rooney
Ursuline College ’71


Marie M., Saint Mary’s, Notre Dame ’55 – is asking for prayers for her family, especially her daughter Peggy who is facing health challenges.