List of Chi Psi brothers
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The list of Chi Psi brothers includes initiated members of Chi Psi.
- Bill Belichick, National Football League Head Coach, New England Patriots
- Buzz Calkins, IRL driver
- Russ Francis, National Football League tight end, New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers, 3-time Pro-Bowler
- Buckshot Jones, NASCAR driver
- Eric Mangini, National Football League Head Coach, Cleveland Browns
- Waite Hoyt, New York Yankees pitcher, Major League Baseball Hall of Famer
- Hugh McElhenny, NFL running back, Hall of Famer
- Rob Oppenheim, PGA TOUR Professional Golfer
- Vic Seixas, professional tennis player, Davis Cup winner
- Jeff Torborg, Major League Baseball catcher and manager
- Van Earl Wright, sportscaster
- Paul Arthur Sorg, famous horseman of the early 1900s, multi-millionaire, banker, paper mfg.
- Edwin W. Lee, college football player and coach, attorney, state court judge
- Albert II, Prince of Monaco
- Nicholas F. Brady, United States Secretary of the Treasury (Reagan Administration)
- Horatio C. Burchard, United States Congressman from Illinois, 13th Director of the United States Mint, and father of the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
- Arne Carlson, 37th Governor of Minnesota
- William Miller Collier, U.S. Ambassador to Spain, U.S. Ambassador to Chile, and the President of George Washington University.
- Roy A. Cooper, North Carolina Attorney General and later Governor of North Carolina
- Jim Cooper, United States Congressman from Tennessee
- Orville Freeman, 29th Governor of Minnesota
- Melville Fuller, 8th Chief Justice of the United States
- H. John Heinz III, United States Senator from Pennsylvania
- Richard Helms, 8th Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
- John Newton Hungerford, United States Congressman from New York
- Richard Lamm, Governor of Colorado
- Randolph D. Moss, former United States Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel; established the legal justification for the targeted killing of terrorist leaders in foreign lands.
- John S. Pillsbury, 8th Governor of Minnesota
- William Proxmire, United States Senator from Wisconsin
- Thomas Brackett Reed, 36th and 38th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
- William Scranton, Governor of Pennsylvania and 38th United States Ambassador to the United Nations
- Thomas Tongue, 75th Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court
- Stansfield Turner, United States Navy Admiral and 12th Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
- Edward S. Walker, Jr., former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Egypt, and the UAE; Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs.
- Stephen Ambrose, historian
- Taylor Branch, historian
- Lee Hawkins, author, journalist, musician
- Kenneth Roberts, historical novelist
- Clinton Scollard, a prolific American poet and writer of fiction in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
- Richard Wilbur, poet, two-time recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry
Industry and finance
- Clarence Birdseye, inventor of frozen food products
- Daniel Burke, former President and Chairman of the RT French Company (i.e., "French's Mustard"), founder of the prominent Wall Street (NY) law firm of Burke & Burke, and President of the American Bible Society.
- Robert Hugh Daniel, founder of Daniel International Corporation
- David Gardner, founder of The Motley Fool
- William Henry Gates, Sr., attorney, philanthropist, father of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, author, etc.
- Richard Jenrette, founder of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette
- Herbert Fisk Johnson, Jr. – Former President of S.C. Johnson & Son
- Samuel Curtis Johnson, Jr. – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of S.C. Johnson & Son from 1967 – 1988.
- Herbert Fisk Johnson III – Current Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of S.C. Johnson & Son
- Edmund C. Lynch, Jr., son to co-founder of financial services firm Merrill Lynch
- Paul Mellon, banker, philanthropist, and thoroughbred racehorse owner
- Charles Edward Merrill, co-founder of financial services firm Merrill Lynch
- Hubertus van der Vaart, Rhodes Scholar, and co-founder/Chairman of SEAF (Small Enterprise Assistance Funds)
- Kemmons Wilson, founder of the Holiday Inn chain of hotels
- Eddie Albert, actor known for his role on Green Acres
- Buddy Ebsen, actor, The Beverly Hillbillies, Barnaby Jones, etc.
- John Gavin, actor, President of the Screen Actors Guild, and also US Ambassador to Mexico
- Paul Lieberstein, actor best known for his role on the American version of The Office
- Jerry Mathers, actor best known for his role on Leave It To Beaver
- Steve Miller, Musician, The Steve Miller Band
- Boz Scaggs, musician,
- Fred Weller, movie, TV and stage actor
- Captain Morris Brown, Jr., Medal of Honor recipient
- James Chatham Duane, United States Army Brigadier General, one of Chi Psi's national founders; US Army Corps of Engineers Chief of Engineers from October 1886, to June 1888
- Ross T. Dwyer, United States Marine Corps Major General
- Robert E. Kelley, United States Air Force General and former Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy
- Henry Martyn Porter, Colonel in the Vermont Infantry and Provost Marshal for the city of New Orleans
- Philip Spencer, one of Chi Psi's national founders, as well as center of the alleged incident of mutiny aboard the USS Somers; hanged at sea without a court-martial.
- Albert S. Bard, lawyer and civic activist, 4th President of Chi Psi
- Mark Bingham, also noteworthy as one of the members of Flight 93 credited with trying to thwart September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks by overpowering the hijackers.
- Temple Hoyne Buell, architect
- Steve Culbertson, President and CEO, Youth Service America
- Elbridge Thomas Gerry, lawyer and reformer, 2nd President of Chi Psi
- Charles Luckman, architect of Madison Square Garden, among other projects
- Augie Pabst III, race car driver
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