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On this Veterans Day we thank all Veterans everywhere, including our thousands of Beta Brothers that have served.
While it isn’t possible to identify here all Betas that have protect our way of life, it is possible to know that they are there, to acknowledge that they have served, and to thank them for their sacrifices. 1,219 more words
Brother Stephen Joshua Sondheim was born in New York City. Young Stephen showed a distinct aptitude for music, puzzles and mathematics. His parents divorced when he was only ten, and Stephen, an only child, was taken by his mother to live on a farm in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. 1,033 more words
Brother Ken Kesey was born September 17, 1935, in La Junta, Colorado, the son of Fred A. Kesey and Geneva Smith Kesey, cooperative dairy farmers. Kesey’s father described his son affectionately as always trying “to unscrew the unscrutable.” An avid reader and filmgoer, the young Kesey took John Wayne, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and Zane Grey as his models (later naming a son Zane) and toyed with magic, ventriloquism, and hypnotism. 464 more words