Greg, a statistics major who will be an analyst for Elephant Insurance after a year's training in Wales, considers himself the "peace mentor."
"When fights come up, I keep everything in harmony and make sure we are happy and having a good time," he said. "I am also not one to take risks — though I was the first to get a tattoo."
Greg is involved in the Catholic community at VT and plays club frisbee.
Steve, who studied information technology and will be consulting for Deloitte Digital in Virginia after graduation, says he is the party animal. "I tend to take more risks," he said. "And in a bad way, at times."
Chris, who double majored in building construction and real estate and will move to Hawaii to be a field engineer for Hensel Phelps Construction, says he is "much more introverted and laid back."
"I like my alone time," he said. "And I am not as adventurous as my other siblings."
Chris is an ambassador for VT's construction department and has been serving in student government. He also works for the football's strength and conditioning program.
Kate, who majored in human nutrition, food and exercise, and is vice president of the physical therapy club, will pursue a doctorate at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
"I do a good job of engaging with my brothers in what I am passionate about and bring them together," she said.
The quads are often asked if they have a certain telepathy, like twins.
"We can't read each other's minds," Kate said. "But we have a really good sense of each other's emotions."
Steve admits Kate "does the best job of anyone else" keeping the quads in balance.
"Personally, if I am having a bad day, I go to Kate to help ease my worries," he said. "She takes a lot of crap, but she is definitely the caregiver."
Tina Lomaka said she is proud that her graduating quads are independent.
"Their relationship is unique," she said. "Even with their different personalities, they are always there for one another ... They never argue about who is smarter and always support each other."