Gentleman of the Day: Chris Krepich

March 17, 2014 | Alyssa Condrey

Meet today’s gentleman: Representing Pepperdine University, Chris Krepich’s servant attitude is at the core of his gentlemanliness. He’s always ready to lend a helping hand.#NeWGents

Chris Krepich


I am proud to announce Pepperdine University senior Chris Krepich as a nominee for the NeW’s Gentlemen of the Year. His servant attitude is at the core of his gentlemanly traits and he is always ready to lend a helping hand, whether that’s helping a young woman move into her new apartment or offering a male perspective when dealing with a situation. He is someone that many Pepperdine young women admire for being generous with his time and always willing to provide encouragement and advice. He has an adventurist spirit and is known to quote Mark Twain’s famous thought, “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” He inspires and challenges young women to live each day to the fullest, exhausting all of our opportunities to learn from our surroundings and to be thankful for our blessings! Chris is a staunch defendant of the rights of the unborn and traditional, conservative values. He is confident in his ability to articulate his beliefs and enjoys discussing and debating many topics of conversation from religion to politics and government. While he is humble about his many successes and achievements he has much to be proud of. Chris is an active member of the Catholic Students Association and Vice President of Pepperdine’s Students for Life Club, having led the West Coast Walk for Life team last year. He is also a founding member and current Chaplin of the Pepperdine Hammock Club, the largest on-campus club. Chris will graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Religion this spring. Following graduation, he plans to travel to Spain and hike the Camino de Santiago, a Christian pilgrimage route. He hopes to continue his education with a Master’s Degree and PhD in theology, aspiring to teach Church History at the university level.

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