David V. Pezzella (Kappa-Omega, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, ’08)
Expansion Commissioner & District Grand Master, Iowa and Nebraska
Establishing new colonies and expanding to new campuses is a continued goal of Kappa Sigma, and Brother Pezzella is leading that charge. In addition to his role as commissioner and as District Grand Master, he previously served as an Area Recruitment Manager and as Deputy Commissioner for Champion Quest. Professionally, Brother Pezzella is Regional Advisor Consultant for Columbia Threadneedle Investments in Omaha, Nebraska.
Why He Volunteers: “I want to ensure that as many men as possible have a college experience that gives them the opportunity to create lifelong bonds, make an impact in their community, and launch their professional career.”Jonah P. Hartswick (Epsilon-Rho, Kent State University, ’13)
Alumnus Advisor, Epsilon-Rho & Assistant District Grand Master, Northern Ohio
Brother Hartswick won the Assistant Alumnus Advisor of the Year Award in both 2018 and 2019 for his work with Epsilon-Rho. Jonah now serves as the chapter’s Alumnus Advisor, as well as an Assistant District Grand Master in Northern Ohio, where he helps chapters track their progress towards awards. Professionally, Brother Hartswick is an Internal Auditor for Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., L.P.A., in Cleveland, Ohio.
Why He Volunteers: “My time in Kappa Sigma gave me lifelong friends, an appreciation for philanthropy, and the leadership skills to progress in my career. I feel it is my responsibility as an alumnus to give these undergrads those same benefits and more.”Michael J. Malouf, Jr. (Delta-Xi, University of Mississippi, ’89)
Assistant Alumnus Advisor, Delta-Xi
Brother Malouf has served Kappa Sigma in a number of capacities, including as an Assistant District Grand Master, a House Corporation Director and Trustee, and now as an Assistant Alumnus Advisor. He is one of nine members of his family to initiate into Kappa Sigma at Delta-Xi. Professionally, Brother Malouf is an Attorney at the Law Offices of Malouf & Malouf in Jackson, Mississippi.
Why He Volunteers: “I enjoy being with my chapter brothers and the new brothers who have joined this chapter. Just great friendships.”Jeffrey J. Frane (Delta-Mu, University of North Dakota, ‘83)
Delta-Mu Housing Corporation President & SAJ Weekend Ambassador
Brother Frane, pictured in the front row on the right, has been a volunteer for Kappa Sigma for many years in North Dakota. He serves as the Housing Corporation President, advisor, and has been Kappa Sigma’s leading Stephen Alonzo Jackson Weekend of Giving Ambassador. Professionally Brother Frane is a pilot for FedEx, and travels the world. This is a photo of Jeff Frane, at the “Winging Ceremony” for Brother Jake A. McLaughlin, III (Delta-Mu, University of North Dakota, ‘10), where Brother Frane Presented him with his wings to welcome him onboard at FedEx Express as a B757/767 pilot.