From the great "Jammies" the Brothers had in the new party room to the fun that was finishing the keg after they took the girls back to their dorms, and even the house meetings, every day at DU was wonderful for Brother Vincent Tedesco Jr. '64.

"I still keep in touch with many of the guys like Stubby, Hoffman, Meisel, Gottschling, Step, Madel, Nelson, and several others. I served 27 years in the Army, retiring as Colonel. I received many awards including the Silver Star and Bronze Star. I had a street named after me at Ft. Hood in Texas (Tedesco Way), and a wing of my branch of the Army Headquarters named after me (Tedesco Way of Snow Hall), Honorary Colonel of the 44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, Honorary Colonel Penn State ROTC Battalion.

I married my wife Suzann in 1964 and we have three children. Retired Colonel Vincent J. Tedesco III (PSU DU '86), Colonel Matthew Tedesco (PSU DU '91), and Kim Tedesco. We also have six grandchildren. I worked for nearly 20 years for Lockheed Martin Corp before retiring in 2011."

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