List of Delta Chi brothers

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The list of Delta Chi brothers includes initiated and honorary members of the Delta Chi fraternity.

Notable alumni[edit]

Government[edit]

Industry and finance[edit]

  • Mel Fisher, Purdue, 1945 - treasure hunter
  • Samuel Ginn, Auburn, 1959 - Chairman and CEO of Vodafone AirTouch, PLC
  • Thomas Glasgow, Michigan State, 1968 - former Chief Operations Officer of McDonald's Corp.
  • Herb Klein, Southern California, 1945 - newspaper editor; former Press Secretary to President Nixon
  • George Tiller, Kansas, 1964 - physician and director of a women's health care services clinic in Wichita who performed late-term abortions; murdered on May 31, 2009
  • Paul Waterman, Michigan State, 1987 - CEO of BP Lubricants Castrol
  • Chauncey W.W. "Tex" Cook, Texas, 1930 - former chairman & CEO of General Foods

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Sports[edit]

  • Christian Castaneda,South Florida, 2011- Right Wing Midfielder Hertha BSC, Berlin, Germany; United States Men's National Team
  • Jon Daniels, Cornell, 1999 - General Manager for the Texas Rangers; youngest GM in baseball history[1]
  • Tommy Deckard, Indiana, 1938 - member of the 1936 Olympic team; former world record holder in steeplechase
  • Rod Dedeaux, Southern California, 1935 - former USC coach and college baseball's "Coach of the Century"
  • Jack Del Rio, Southern California, 1985 - former Head Coach of the Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Mark Dominik, Kansas, 1993 - current General Manager of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Pat Gillick, Southern California, 1958 - baseball executive; member of the 2011 Major League Baseball Hall of Fame class
  • Nolan Harrison, Indiana, 1990 - former NFL lineman
  • Larry Himes, Southern California, 1964 - former General Manager for the Chicago Cubs
  • Michael Huyghue, Cornell, 1984 - sports lawyer and businessman
  • Don Lash, Indiana University, 1937 - winner of the 1938 James E. Sullivan Award as the outstanding amateur athlete in the US
  • Ron Mix, Southern California, 1960 - NFL Hall of Fame member
  • A.J. Preller, Cornell, 1999 - General Manager for the San Diego Padres
  • Sean Salisbury, Southern California, 1985 - former NFL quarterback and former ESPN analyst
  • Frank Sommer, Pennsylvania, 1910 - former Head Football Coach of Michigan State
  • Scott Studwell, Illinois, 1976 - former star Illinois linebacker, two-time Minnesota Viking Pro Bowler
  • Don Thorp, Illinois, 1985 - former Illinois defensive tackle who saw NFL play briefly for three years
  • Rick Welts, Washington, 1975 - current President and Chief Operating Officer for the Golden State Warriors

Education and academia[edit]

  • Carey Cavanaugh, Florida, 1976 - Director of Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce, University of Kentucky

References[edit]