When Patrick Doyle was the treasurer of his college fraternity, he bore the unenviable task of collecting his brothers’ house rent and dues. But according to his fellow Sigma Phi, Rob Pollock, the indefatigably amiable Doyle never cajoled or nagged them for their funds. He just appealed to them as a friend.
 “Their moms and dads just gave them cash, and it was bar night, but he got them to pay their bills!” said Pollock, now an investment advisor and a golfing buddy of ...

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