As an undergrad, Scott Polston was an integral member of the
Gamma-Rho Chapter. He served as Grand Master, Grand Treasurer
as well as Alumni Relations Chair. In ’86 Brother Polston was a winner
of the Kappa Sigma Scholarship and Leadership Award.
Scott spent 17 years with Watson Chevrolet, ultimately as a sales manager,
before retiring from the car game in 2007. He is now co-owner of Garment
Graphics and Promotional Products.
Scott has been very involved with the community. He coaches the varsity
baseball team for Pusch Ridge Christian Academy and also serves as a deacon
for the Catalina Foothills church. He is past president of Caballeros Del Sol,
recognized by the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for facilitating trade
relations with Mexico. Also hosted the Sonoran Region Trade Conference, which
had 65 reps including Mexican mayors, directors of trade, tourism, etc.
Polston is also past president and a multiple Paul Harris fellow with Saguaro
Rotary. He is also a past disaster action team member with the American Red
Brother Polston has also continued to be active as a volunteer for Gamma-Rho.
He is a past Assistant Alumnus Advisor and current House Corporation Treasurer.
He reflects on Gamma-Rho, “My undergraduate time gave me valuable
leadership experience. Currently, it’s an opportunity to connect with alumni
brothers and continue the legacy of good stewardship for the Housing
Corporation set by Dave Stallings’67. I’d like to contribute to the legacy of
Kappa Sigma and Gamma-Rho, specifically the part that reflects the true ideals
of the fraternity and brotherhood.”
He and Holly have two children, Ryan, a 2014 graduate of the United States
Military Academy and currently a Lieutenant in the US Army, and Megan,
a 2016 graduate of Hillsdale College and currently Operations Manager for
the Independence Institute in Denver.