September Brother of the Month: Paul Huntsman ’20

  • Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah
  • School: Wharton
  • Majors: Finance and OIDD
  • Favorite thing about Sigma Chi: The brotherhood
  • Fun fact: Has 100+ first cousins
  • Position: Former Consul (President) and former Philanthropy Chairman

Our September Brother of the Month is Brother Paul Huntsman Jr. ‘20.  Hailing from Salt Lake City, Paul is well known for his welcoming personality, always quick to greet with a smile and a hearty slap on the back – unless he’s watching the Utah Utes play!  His friendly comportment combined with his often sage advice has earned him a special place in many a brother’s heart.

Paul with his family, including his grandfather, Jon Huntsman Sr ’59, who also served as Consul of the Phi Phi Chapter

A third generation Sig, Paul lives and breathes Sigma Chi.  Paul followed in the footsteps of his grandfather, Jon Huntsman Sr. ‘59, in becoming both the Consul of the Phi Phi Chapter and a brother who has left an indelible mark on the chapter.  Paul is known throughout our brotherhood as being the very embodiment of what it means to be a Sigma Chi.  During his time as our Consul and his time as a Philanthropy Chairman, Paul consistently went above and beyond to make the Phi Phi Chapter the best it can be.  During his time as a Sigma Chi, his deep love for the fraternity, its ritual, and the power of our brotherhood has been more than apparent.

Paul skiing with fellow Sigma Chis Alan “Ace” Escebedo ’20, Drew Brennan ’20, and Greg Begnoche ’20 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Whenever someone in the chapter needs advice, Paul is always one of the first people he goes to.  No matter the topic, Paul will always come prepared with advice from the heart.  Although he leaves the chapter at the conclusion of this semester, his impact will surely be felt for years to come.  Starting next year, Paul will work as an Investment Banking Analyst at Lazard Ltd.  While he will be predictably quite busy, we hope he visits the Phi Phi Chapter as often as possible!

Paul at Mount Suribachi, where United States Marines famously rose the American flag over Iwo Jima, Japan after the monthlong Battle of Iwo Jima

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