Kevin Condon, Kansas ’66, earned a bachelor’s degree in geology from the University of Kansas. As an undergrad, he joined SigEp’s Kansas Gamma chapter and served as president in 1965. He later returned to his alma mater, earning a master’s degree and Ph.D.
After completing his undergraduate work, Condon remained involved in the Fraternity as a volunteer and was named a district governor in 1977. At the 1983 Conclave, the Grand Chapter mandated the establishment of the National Ritual Committee. Condon, who had devoted much time to studying the Ritual, became the first chairman of the committee and served in that capacity for several years.
Professionally, he worked in oil and gas exploration for some years before deciding to make a career change. He then embarked on a successful career as a certified financial planner. In 1997, 1999 and 2001, Condon was named to Worth magazine’s list of 250 top financial planners. Starting in 2002, Condon spent a decade as a partner in an online financial company serving moderate-income clients before retiring in 2012.