Chris has always enjoyed his time in the great outdoors and values the experiences and memories that his multiple sojourns in camping, fishing, and hiking have taught him. He tries to impart his love of nature to people around him, from the multiple Scouting ventures that he has undertaken over the years, to simple activities such as taking his family to Zilker Park’s hike and bike trail over the weekends. If you’ve ever spoken with Chris, he will be quick to tell you about the fishing and camping trips he helps organize throughout the year. His favorite trip, in particular, is Boo Ray Bay Fishing Classics, a non-profit bay fishing trip in Rockport, Texas. Hosting over 80 fishermen, both professional and amateur, the trip is the highpoint for many goers and, in the words of one attendee, “a really great time!” Chris has taken his two daughters, Roxana and Christina, to the well-known Philmont Scout Hike. This hike, attended by multiple dads and their kids, is 12 days long and over 110 Miles (70 miles as the crow flies). Chris is proud to say this Dad’s and girl scouts trip is a life-changing experience for everyone involved and a great character-builder for all involved.
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Chris’s father, Gary Kappmeyer, taught him that you get back as much as you give back. With that mission in mind, Chris champions several charities around the nation. Due to his decades of involvement with Scouting and Saint John Neumann’s Catholic Church, he avidly supports Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts of America, Mobile Loaves and Fishes, Legatus of Austin and […]
Learn why Chris boasts about being a 6th generation Texan and his passion for the “Come & Take It” cannon history. Chris is a 6th generation Texan and the direct descendant of Johann Conrad Kappmeyer, the patriarch of one of the 202 Founding Families of New Braunfels, Texas. Johann was one of several young men who […]