The Emerald Newsletter | Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Fall 2015 - Page 27

Summer is here again—for many of us, it’s a laid-back time of year when we can plan cookouts and trips to the pool, or the lake or even the beach! If you have kids, it might be a time for family vacations. Yes, the summer is a wonderful time to spend with family and friends.

For many others, this time of year also brings great change. Perhaps the greatest change—graduation. In these times, it is important to remember that Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. is there for you. Whether you choose to jump right into the National Alumni Association after college or wait a little bit and then come back, your Sisters will always welcome you with open arms.

So, go forth, Sisters! Explore the world and do great things. We know you’ll be successful in anything you do because you’re a KDChi and nothing’s going to keep you down. We can’t wait to hear all about your adventures after college and we’re looking forward to the tips and advice you’ll soon share with us.

Keep in touch and Good luck.

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Maria Guadalupe Gomez

Daughter of:

Mr. Javier & Mrs. Maria Gomez

Hometown: Delicias, Mexico

Raised in Phoenix, Arizona

Bachelors of Science: ASU Fall ‘10 in Accounting

Masters: ASU Spring ‘12 in Taxation

Initiated into KDChi Fall 2008

Lambda Chapter Phi Class

Treasurer 2009

Vice President 2010

Irene Montoya Scholar 2011-2012

IN MEMORIAM

We share & remember the wonderful life of a sister called to Omega Chapter.

"Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.”

Maria was a beautiful soul who cared deeply about her community, friends, and family. Her good faith, legacy, and smile is truly missed by those of us who were blessed to meet her.

- Diana Resendiz, New Member Sister

Maria cared about the world around her and wanted to make a difference. Maria was a fighter and determined to stay positive throughout her life. Maria is missed dearly by all who had the pleasure of meeting her.

- Danielle Corrales,

New Member Sister

Maria was a very genuine soul that would always put the needs of those she loved before her own. Maria was always a pleasure to be around and she left a big void within our sisterhood and she will always be remembered.

- Tanya Alderete,

New Member Sister

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