Whatever happened to Todd Yonteck? Before graduating in 1991 with a B.S. in Accounting, Brother Todd Yonteck became a Brother as a part of the Beta class of the Delta Zeta Chapter at USF. After one degree, he went on to get a Masters in Accounting in 1996 – and if that weren’t enough, on to a Medical Doctorate in 2000!
Brother Yonteck met his wife while still in college at USF, and they have two beautiful daughters – one who is 18 and attends the University of Central Florida, the other who is 14 and in high school. He and his wife still live in the Tampa Bay area, where he works as an Emergency Medicine Physician.
Chi Phi has never been far from Brother Yonteck’s mind, as he stays in regular contact with his fellow Brothers, Greg Kasson, Chip Woodward, and many others. His time in the Delta Zeta Chapter provided him an opportunity to “befriend a really good bunch of guys,” he says. “I enjoyed watching them all grow up, have kids, etc. Even though we don’t hang out like we used to, they still have my back in times of need, and I have theirs. I enjoy seeing their Facebook posts.”
The years may past, but as a Chi Phi, the Brotherhood never ends!