Lloyd H. Wiborg ’61

Brother Wiborg was very busy during his time at the University of Ari­zona. Before receiving his degree in Business Administration in May of 1961 he managed to do a few more things. At Upsilon Alpha he served on the Cabinet as Recording Secretary, Baker Cup chairman, and rush chairman for two years. His U of A activities included: Senior Class President, Varsity Swim Team, Letterman, Sophos, Bobcats, Outstand­ing ROTC cadet, Alpha Kappa Psi Business honorary and last but not least, Most Eligible Bachelor finalist.

After graduating, Brother Wiborg served as Field Secretary for Phi Gamma Delta International headquarters until 1963. In 1965 he re­ceived the Distinguished Fiji award. Brother Wiborg also served as Section Chief for northern California in 1966 and 1967 while serving on the faculty at the Fiji Academy and Ekklesia. Somewhere during all of this, brother Wiborg received a Navy OCS commission and served aboard the USS Ranger which was the first Aircraft Carrier sent to the Vietnam conflict. During this time he received the Armed Forces Ex­peditionary Medal for his outstanding service. From 1966 though 1967 brother Wiborg was involved in various restaurants including part owner and operator of “The Coal Yard” and “Harvey Wallbanger’s” restaurants in San Francisco. During the next twenty one years brother Wiborg was one of the three founders of “Scotts Seafood” a group of fine dining seafood restaurants in California and Hawaii. Brother Wiborg served as the CEO/CFO of “Scotts Seafood Grill and Bar, Inc.” for the last twelve years before retirement.

Fiji has meant a lot to brother Wiborg. Life long friends were made pos­sible by the opportunity to join a small select group of boys who became young men together, who learned to follow, lead and accomplish com­mon goals through teamwork and synergism.

Brother Wiborg and his wife of 31 years, Jane, are now enjoying retired life. He volunteers at Guide Dogs for the Blind and Swimming for Tam­palais Aquatic Masters. Brother Wiborg also enjoys horseback riding, fly fishing, and hunting with old friends.