List of Sigma Chi members

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This is a list of notable alumni of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. Many notable Sigma Chi Brothers are awarded the Significant Sig Award by headquarters, indicated by as superscriptS.

Mike Holmgren
Johnny Majors
Clark Shaughnessy

|alist= |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Kenneth "Bud" AdamsS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | University of Kansas, 1944 | class="note" | Owner of Tennessee Titans. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Fred Akers | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | University of Arkansas 1959 Running back, Purdue University,1987–90 | class="note" | Head Coach University of Texas, 1977–86. Head Coach University of Wyoming 1975–76. Head Coach | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Bill ArnspargerS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Miami, 1950 | class="note" | New York Giants head coach, Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator, LSU Tigers head coach, University of Florida athletic director, San Diego Chargers defensive coordinator. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Red Badgro | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | University of Southern California | class="note" | End, NFL New York Yankees, 1927–1928, New York Giants, 1930–1935, and Brooklyn Dodgers, 1936. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Matthew Baker | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | UNC-Chapel Hill, 2006 | class="note" | Quarterback (Practice Squad), NFL Dallas Cowboys. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Drew Bennett | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | UCLA, 2001 | class="note" | Wide receiver, NFL St. Louis Rams. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Drew BreesS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Purdue, 2001 | class="note" | Quarterback, New Orleans Saints, 2010 Super Bowl winner & MVP | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Glenn Cadrez | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | University of Houston 1992 | class="note" | Linebacker, NFL New York Jets, 1992–1995, Denver Broncos, 1995–2000, Kansas City Chiefs, 2001–2002. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Derek Carrier | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Beloit College, 2012 | class="note" | NFL Tight End for the Oakland Raiders. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Howard "Hopalong" CassadyS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | The Ohio State University, 1956 | class="note" | Football, Running back, 1955 Heisman Trophy recipient, 1956–1961/1963 Detroit Lions, 1962 Cleveland Browns, and 1962 Philadelphia Eagles | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Brad Culpepper | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Florida, 1992 | class="note" | Defensive tackle, NFL Minnesota Vikings 1992– | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | W.A. Cunningham | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Vanderbilt University, 1906 | class="note" | University of Georgia Head Football Coach and Head Basketball Coach 1910–1919. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Brad DaluisoS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | UCLA | class="note" | Placekicker New York Giants | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Mike DitkaS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Pittsburgh, 1961 | class="note" | Tight End and later Head Coach, NFL Chicago Bears, Pro Football Hall of Fame, 1988. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Jim EverettS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Purdue, 1986 | class="note" | Former NFL Quarterback, Los Angeles Rams, 1986–93; New Orleans Saints, 1994–1996; San Diego Chargers, 1997. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Paul Fersen | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Georgia, 1972 | class="note" | NFL Offensive tackle, New Orleans Saints. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Jim Finn | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | University of Pennsylvania 1999 | class="note" | Fullback, NFL New York Giants | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Jeff Graham | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Ohio State University, 1988 | class="note" | NFL Wide receiver, Green Bay Packers, Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins, Chicago Bears. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Bob GrieseS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Purdue, 1967 | class="note" | Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterback for the Miami Dolphins | style="text-align:center;" | [1] |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Len Hauss | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Georgia, 1964 | class="note" | Washington Redskins 5-time Pro Bowl and 3-time All-Pro center. 70 Greatest Redskins. NFLPA President 1978–1980. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Woody HayesS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Denison, 1935 | class="note" | NCAA Football Coach, The Ohio State University, 1951–1978. College Football Hall of Fame | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Mark HerrmannS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Purdue, 1980 | class="note" | Quarterback, NFL Denver Broncos, 1982; Baltimore Colts, 1983–1986. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Mike HolmgrenS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | USC, 1970 | class="note" | President of the Cleveland Browns. Former coach of the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Brad Hoover | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Western Carolina University, 2000 | class="note" | Fullback, NFL Carolina Panthers. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Don HutsonS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Alabama, 1935 | class="note" | Green Bay Packers, Pro Football Hall of Fame. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Kliff KingsburyS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Texas Tech, 2002 | class="note" | Quarterback, Texas Tech, 1998–2002, Offensive Coordinator, Texas A&M 2012; Coach, Texas Tech University, 2013–present. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Johnny MajorsS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Tennessee, 1957 | class="note" | Football coach, Iowa State, 1968–1972; Pittsburgh, 1973–1976; Tennessee, 1977–1992. College Football Hall of Fame, 1987. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Bob McNairS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | University of South Carolina, 1958 | class="note" | Owner of NFL Houston Texans. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Urban MeyerS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Cincinnati, 1986 | class="note" | Head Football Coach, Ohio State University, 2006 National Championship Coach, 2008 National Championship Coach, 2014 National Championship Coach. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Harold "Brick" MullerS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | University of California, Berkeley, 1922 | class="note" | First player in Western United States to earn All-American honors (1921, 1922), Rose Bowl MVP (1921), Silver Medalist in High Jump as member of track and field team representing the US in the 1920 Summer Olympics, College Football Hall of Fame (1951), Breitbard Hall of Fame. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Bronko NagurskiS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Minnesota, 1930 | class="note" | Fullback and Defensive Tackle, NFL Chicago Bears, 1930–1937, 1943; Pro Football Hall of Fame Charter Member, 1963. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Merlin OlsenS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Utah State, 1962 | class="note" | Defensive tackle, Los Angeles Rams, Pro Football Hall of Fame. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Ryan PaceS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Eastern Illinois, 1999 | class="note" | General Manager, NFL Chicago Bears, 2015–present. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Sean PaytonS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Eastern Illinois, 1987 | class="note" | Head Coach, NFL New Orleans Saints, 2006–present; Quarterback, AFL Chicago Bruisers, 1987. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | John PontS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Miami, 1952 | class="note" | Head football coach, Miami University, Yale University, Indiana University, Northwestern University. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Larry Rakestraw | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Georgia, 1964 | class="note" | Quarterback, NFL Chicago Bears, 1966-68. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | John RobinsonS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Oregon, 1958 | class="note" | Head coach, NFL Los Angeles Rams; NCAA football USC Trojans, 1976–1982. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Lou SabanS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Indiana University, 1944 | class="note" | Head coach, NFL Denver Broncos, 1967–1971; Buffalo Bills, 1972–1976 | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Clark Shaughnessy | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Minnesota, 1914 | class="note" | Head coach, Tulane University, 1915–1920, 1922–1926, Loyola University New Orleans, 1927–1932, University of Chicago, 1933–1939, Stanford University, 1940–1941, University of Maryland, 1942, 1946, University of Pittsburgh, 1943–1945, NFL Los Angeles Rams 1944–1949, University of Hawaii 1965; College Football Hall of Fame, 1968. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Phillippi SparksS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Arizona State, 1991 | class="note" | Defensive back New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys, National Football League. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Hank StramS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | Purdue, 1945 | class="note" | Head coach, NFL Kansas City Chiefs, 1963–1974. Pro Football Hall of Fame, 2003. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | T. J. Yates | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | University of North Carolina, 2011 | class="note" | NFL Quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Fielding H. YostS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | West Virginia, 1897 | class="note" | Head coach, University of Michigan, 1901–1923, 1925–1926; College Football Hall of Fame, 1951. | style="text-align:center;" | |- style="vertical-align:top;" class="vcard" | class="fn" | Ed WhiteS | style="text-align:center;" class="org" | University of California, Berkeley, 1969 | class="note" | NFL Minnesota Vikings (1969-1977), San Diego Chargers (1978-1985), Consensus All-American (1969),4x Pro Bowl (1975-77, 1979), College Football Hall of Fame, University of California Hall of Fame, Pac-12 All Century Team, Breitbard Hall of Fame, East-West Shrine Game Hall of Fame, 50 Greatest Minnesota Vikings, San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame. | style="text-align:center;" | }}

Golf[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Luke DonaldS Northwestern, 2001 Professional golfer, PGA Tour.
Casey Martin Stanford, 1995 Current Head Coach of the Oregon's golf team and former professional golfer, PGA Tour, Plaintiff, PGA Tour, Inc. v. Casey Martin, 2001.
Bo Van PeltS Oklahoma State, 1998 Professional golfer, PGA Tour.

Other[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Dwight "Dike" Eddleman Illinois, 1949 Silver medalist, High jump, 1948 Olympics; NBA All-Star; generally considered the University of Illinois's greatest athlete.
Eric FonoimoanaS UCSB, 1993 Gold Medalist, Men's Beach Volleyball, 2000 Olympics.
Jeff Gorton Bridgewater MA, 1990 Hockey New York Rangers General Manager
Samuel J. Levine USC, 2013 University of Southern California basketball player who died in 2013 in a fall from a Cabo San Lucas hotle while on Spring Break in Mexico
T. J. Middleton Georgia, 1990 Tennis professional. 1994 Wimbledon Mixed Doubles Finalist. 2004 Over 35 Wimbledon Doubles Champion.
Billy Packer Wake Forest, 1962 CBS Sports Sportscaster
Reid Patterson Georgia, 1954 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games swimmer. Former 50 meter freestyle World record holder and 200 meter freestyle relay World record holder.
W.O. Payne Georgia, 1900 Athletic Director at the University of Georgia 1936–1943. Payne Hall on the Georgia campus is named in his honor.
Gordon SmithS Georgia, 1975 Executive Director and COO of the United States Tennis Association. Member of the ITA Hall of Fame.
Tony TrabertS University of Cincinnati, 1952 Tennis champion, International Tennis Hall of Fame member
Carl F. UllrichS Cornell University, 1950 Athletic Director at West Point 1980–1990. Executive Director of the Patriot League 1989–1993.
Darrin Van Horn University of Kentucky, 1990 Professional Boxer, 1989 IBF Junior Middleweight Champion, 1991 IBF Super Middleweight Champion
O'Neill Williams Emory, 1965 Professional fisherman and outdoor personality. Host of TV's O'Neill Outside on Sun Sports, SportSouth and the Versus channels.

Politics and government[edit]

Those with careers spanning multiple categories are usually included with their highest or most prestigious office.

President of the United States[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
President of the United States Grover Cleveland Honorary brother at University of Michigan, 1893 President of the United States, 1885–1889, 1893–1897. [2][3][4]

United States Cabinet and White House staff[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Jim BradyS Illinois, 1962 White House Press Secretary, 1981–1989 during the Reagan Administration.
Johnny DeStefano Saint Louis University, 2001 Assistant to the President & Counselor to the President, 2018 during the Trump Administration.
Stanley K. Hathaway,S University of Wyoming, 1946 United States Secretary of the Interior, 1975 during the Ford Administration.
Patrick J. HurleyS George Washington University, 1913 United States Secretary of War 1929–1933 during the Hoover Administration.
Cody KeenanS Northwestern University, 2002 Director of Speech Writing, 2013–2017 during the Obama Administration.
Bert Lance Georgia, 1952 Director, Office of Management and the Budget (OMB), 1977 during the Carter Administration.
Thomas F. McLarty IIIS Arkansas, 1969 White House Chief of Staff, 1993–1994 during the Clinton Administration.
Thomas Perez Brown University, 1983 Secretary of the United States Department of Labor from 2013 to 2017.
William P. RogersS Colgate University, 1934 United States Secretary of State, 1969–1973 during the Nixon Administration.
Charles G. Ross Missouri, 1905 White House Press Secretary, 1945–1950 during the Truman Administration.
Ron ZieglerS University of Southern California, 1961 White House Press Secretary, 1969–1974 during the Nixon Administration.
Charles Ross

Justices and attorneys[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Earl Anzai Emory University, 2008 Attorney General of Hawaii (1999–2002).
William BarkerS Chattanooga, 1964 Chief Justice, Tennessee Supreme Court, 1995–2009.
Michael BryantS University of British Columbia, 1987 Attorney General of Ontario 2003–2007, MPP.
Randy Crane University of Texas, 1985 Youngest ever United States District Judge for the Southern District of Texas 2002-Present.
Jose Alejandro Gonzalez, Jr. University of Florida, 1952 Justice, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida 1978-1996.
Mark Herring University of Virginia, 1983 Attorney General of Virginia, 2014–present.
Wayne Kidwell University of Idaho, 1960 Justice, Idaho Supreme Court, 1999–2005, Attorney General of Idaho 1975–1979.
J. Michael LuttigS Washington and Lee University, 1976 Former Federal Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, 1991–2006.
Frank MurphyS Michigan, 1912 United States Attorney General, 1939–1940; Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1940–1949.
Hardy Myers University of Mississippi, 1961 Attorney General of Oregon, 1996–2008.
William O'KelleyS Emory University, 1951 Senior Judge, United States District Court 1970–present.
Matthew Olsen University of Virginia, 1984 American prosecutor and Director of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), 2011–2014.
James C. PaineS University of Florida, 1952 Justice, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida 1979 -1992.
William RogersS Colgate University, 1934 United States Attorney General, 1957–1961.
Bolon B. TurnerS University of Arkansas, 1922 Judge of the United States Tax Court, 1934–1962; later national president of Sigma Chi, 1963–1967 [5]
David VivianoS Hillsdale College, 1994 Justice, Michigan Supreme Court, 2013 – present.
Robert WefaldS University of North Dakota, 1964 Attorney General of North Dakota 1981–1984.
James D. WhittemoreS University of Florida, 1974 Justice, United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division, 2000 - present.
Frank Murphy
William Rogers

United States Senate[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
James Abdnor University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 1945 U.S. Senator for South Dakota from 1981–1987. [6]
Lamar AlexanderS Vanderbilt, 1962 U.S. Senator for Tennessee from 2002-2021.
Mark AndrewsS North Dakota State University, 1949 U.S. Senator for North Dakota from 1981–1987.
C. Saxby ChamblissS Georgia, 1966 U.S. Senator for Georgia from 2003–2015.
Bob CorkerS University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1974 U.S. Senator for Tennessee from 2007–2019.
Thomas du Pont MIT, 1885 U.S. Senator for Delaware from 1921–1922, 1925–1928.
John EnsignS UNLV, 1980 U.S. Senator for Nevada from 2001–2011.
Michael EnziS George Washington, 1966 U.S. Senator for Wyoming from 1996–2021.
J. William FulbrightS University of Arkansas, 1924 U.S. Senator for Arkansas from 1945–1974.
Jake GarnS University of Utah, 1954 U.S. Senator for Utah from 1974–1993.
Barry GoldwaterS University of Arizona, 1932 U.S. Senator for Arizona from 1953–1965, 1969–1987. [7]
William Langer University of North Dakota, 1905 U.S. Senator for North Dakota from 1933-1934, 1937–1939.
Herman Welker University of Idaho, 1925 U.S. Senator for Idaho from 1951-1957.
Barry Goldwater
J. William Fulbright

United States House of Representatives[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
James Abdnor University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 1945 U.S. Representative for South Dakota from 1973–1981. [6]
Mark AndrewsS North Dakota State University, 1949 U.S. Representative for North Dakota from 1963–1981.
Kelly ArmstrongS University of North Dakota, 2001 U.S. Representative for North Dakota from 2019 – present.
Dan Bishop University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1986 U.S. Representative for North Carolina from 2019 – present.
Tim BurchettS University of Tennessee, 1985 U.S. Representative for Tennessee from 2019 – present.
Sam Farr Willamette University, 1963 U.S. Representative for California from 1993 – 2017.
Ruben GallegoS Harvard, 2004 U.S. Representative for Arizona from 2014–present.
John GaramendiS University of California, Berkeley, 1966 U.S. Representative for California from 2009–present.
Jim GerlachS Dickinson, 1980 U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania from 2003–2015.
Barry Goldwater, Jr.S Arizona, 1962 U.S. Representative for California from 1969–1983.
Garret GravesS University of Alabama, 1991 U.S. Representative for Louisiana from 2015–present.
Brooks HaysS George Washington, 1922 U.S. Representative for Arkansas from 1943–1959.
Van Hilleary University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1981 U.S. Representative for Tennessee from 1995–2003.
Steny HoyerS University of Maryland, 1963 U.S. Representative for Maryland from 1981–present. Current Majority Leader 2019–present.
Henry HydeS Duke University, 1946 U.S. Representative for Illinois from 1975–2007.
Isaac M. Jordan Miami University, 1857 U.S. Representative for Ohio from 1883–1885
Henderson Lovelace Lanham Georgia, 1910 U.S. Representative for Georgia from 1947–1957.
E.W. MarlandS Michigan, 1893 U.S. Representative for Oklahoma from 1933–1935.
Mark MeadowsS University of South Florida, 1981 U.S. Representative for North Carolina from 2013 – present.
George M. O'Brien Northwestern University, 1938 U.S. Representative for Illinois from 1973–1986.
Steven PalazzoS University of Southern Mississippi U.S. Representative for Mississippi from 2011–present.
Jerry M. Patterson University of Arizona, 1956 U.S. Representative for California from 1975–1985.
Dean PhillipsS Brown University, 1991 U.S. Representative for Minnesota from 2019 – present.
Chip PickeringS Mississippi, 1986 U.S. Representative for Mississippi from 1997–2009.
B. Carroll ReeceS Chattanooga, 1910 U.S. Representative for Tennessee from 1921–1931.
Todd RokitaS Wabash College, 1992 U.S. Representative for Indiana from 2011-2018. Also served as Secretary of State of Indiana, 2002–2010.
Bill ShusterS Dickinson College, 1983 U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania from 2001–2018. [8]
E.G. "Bud" ShusterS University of Pittsburgh, 1954 U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania from 1972–2001.
Ike SkeltonS University of Missouri, 1953 U.S. Representative for Missouri from 1977–2011.
Thomas Spight Mississippi, 1861 U.S. Representative for Mississippi from 1898-1911.
Mo UdallS University of Arizona, 1949 U.S. Representative for Arizona from 1961–1991.
Roger Williams Texas Christian University, 1971 U.S. Representative for Texas from 2013 – present.
Steny Hoyer
Chip Pickering
Ike Skelton
Mo Udall

Governors and Lieutenant Governors of U.S. states[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Andy Beshear Vanderbilt, 2002 Governor of Kentucky from 2018-Present.
Lamar AlexanderS Vanderbilt, 1962 Governor of Tennessee from 1979–1987.
John BohlingerS Montana, 1959 Lieutenant Governor of Montana from 2005–2013.
Maurice BrittS University of Arkansas, 1941 Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas.
Garland T. Byrd Georgia, 1949 Lieutenant Governor of Georgia from 1959–1963.
Jay DardenneS LSU, 1976 Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana from 2010–2016.
Kirk FordiceS Purdue, 1956 Governor of Mississippi from 1992–2000.
John GaramendiS University of California, Berkeley, 1966 Lieutenant Governor of California from 2007–2009.
Bill HaslamS Emory, 1980 Governor of Tennessee from 2011–2019.
Stanley K. Hathaway,S University of Wyoming, 1946 Governor of Wyoming from 1967–1975.
Jon Huntsman, Jr.S University of Pennsylvania, 1987 Governor of Utah from 2005–2009.
E.W. MarlandS Michigan, 1893 Governor of Oklahoma from 1935–1939.
Frank MurphyS Michigan, 1912 Governor of Michigan from 1937–1939.
Chase OsbornS Purdue University Governor of Michigan from 1911–1913.
Lamar Alexander
Kirk Fordice

Other U.S. state offices[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Ward R. Bliss Bucknell University, 1874 Pennsylvania State Representative from 1889 to 1905. [9]
Mark Herring University of Virginia, 1983 Attorney General of Virginia from 2014 to present
Bruce JacobS Florida State University, 1957 Florida Assistant Attorney General, 1960–1962.
John C. Land IIIS University of South Carolina, 1966 South Carolina Senate, 36th District, 1976–present. Senate Democratic Minority Leader, 2000–present
R. Brooks LaPlanteS University of Rochester Indiana House of Representatives, 46th District.
Stephen R. MacNamara University of Florida, 1975 Only person in history to serve as Chief of Staff for Governor of Florida (2011–12), President of Florida Senate (2011) and Speaker of Florida House of Representatives (1998–2000)

Ambassadors[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
John Alan BeesleyS University of British Columbia, 1950 Canadian Ambassador to Austria, the International Atomic Energy Agency, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, the United Nations in Geneva and General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
William Tapley Bennett Jr.S Georgia, 1937 U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic, Portugal, and NATO.
Jon Huntsman, Jr.S University of Pennsylvania, 1987 U.S. Ambassador to China from 2009–2011. U.S. Ambassador to Russia from 2017-Present.
Patrick J. HurleyS George Washington University, 1913 U.S. Ambassador to China from 1944–1945.
Edward GnehmS George Washington University, 1966 U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait from 1991–1994, to Australia from 2000–2001, and to Jordan from 2001–2004.
Ken Taylor University of Toronto Canadian Ambassador to Iran; helped six Americans escape from Iran during the hostage crisis during a covert rescue known as the Canadian Caper.
Jon Huntsman, Jr.

Canadian politics[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Hon. Alexander Bradshaw Campbell Dalhousie University, 1955 Premier of Prince Edward Island.
Hon. Richard Bennett Hatfield Dalhousie University, 1956 Premier of New Brunswick.
Hon. Jack Layton McGill University, 1969 Leader of the New Democratic Party and leader of the Official Opposition.
Stephen Lecce University of Western Ontario, 2008 Member of Provincial Parliament, Parliamentary Assistant to the Premier of Ontario, Ontario Minister of Education.
Hon. Stewart Donald McInnes Dalhousie University, 1958 Member of Parliament, Minister of Supply and Services, Minister of Public Works, Minister responsible for the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Jack Layton

Other government positions[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Edwards Barham Louisiana State University, 1955 Member of the Louisiana State Senate 1976 to 1980 [10]
Jonathan JarvisS The College of William & Mary, 1975 Director of the United States National Park Service from 2009 to 2016.
E. Earl Patton3 Georgia Institute of Technology, 1949 Georgia State Senator and Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in 1968.
David Poythress Emory, 1964 Georgia politician: former Commissioner of Labor; Secretary of State; Adjutant General of the Georgia National Guard; and candidate for Governor.
Lloyd RowlandS Memphis, 1972 Deputy Director, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency; Presidential Rank of Distinguished Executive; Retired Col, USAF; Awards include the Distinguished Flying Cross for combat operations, Presidential Meritorious Rank, the Legion of Merit
Nicholas ScoppettaS Bradley University, 1958 New York City Fire Commissioner from 2002–2009.

Military[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Lieutenant General Bradley A. BeckerS University of California, Davis, 1986 Commanding General of Installation Command, Commanding General of United States Army Military District of Washington, Commanding General of U.S. Army Training Center and Fort Jackson; Battalion Commander of 2-8 FA
Colonel Charles A. Beckwith Georgia, 1952 Credited for creating Delta Force.
Captain Maurice BrittS Arkansas, 1941 Recipient of the Medal of Honor.
General John K. Cannon, USAF University of Utah, 1914 Commanding General of USAFE; namesake of Cannon Air Force Base
Brigadier General Robert CardenasS New Mexico, 1955 Inductee of the National Aviation Hall of Fame for his role as the pilot on the mothership B-29 bomber and operations officer on the X-1 program.
Colonel William Eckhardt University of Mississippi, 1963 Chief Prosecutor in the My Lai Cases.
Master Sergeant Matthew Eversmann Hampden-Sydney College, 1988, Hon. BA 2000 Known for actions during The Battle of Mogadishu as portrayed by Josh Hartnett in Black Hawk Down.
Lieutenant General Paul E. FunkS Montana State University, 1961 Father of General Paul E. Funk II, Commanding General of III Corps; Commanding General of the US Army Armor Center and Fort Knox; Commanding General of the 3d Armored Division during the Persian Gulf War; Commanding General of National Training Center and Fort Irwin; Assistant Division Commander of the 9th Infantry Division; Brigade Commander of the 194th Separate Armored Brigade; and Battalion Commander of 5th Battalion, [33rd Armor Regiment]]
General Paul E. Funk IIS Montana State University, 1984 Commanding General of TRADOC; Commanding General of III Corps; Commanding General of the 1st Infantry Division; Brigade Commander of 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division; and Battalion Commander of 1st Squadron, 7th Cavalry Regiment
Major General Jon Gallinetti California State University, Fresno 1972 Deputy Commander, Marine Forces Command
Major General Patrick J. HurleyS George Washington University, 1913
Colonel James R. Lockett Georgia, 1874 Charter member of the Delta Chapter. Camp Lockett was named in his honor.
General Merrill A. McPeakS San Diego State University, 1957 Former USAF Chief of Staff.
Major General Michael Myatt Sam Houston State University 1961 Commanding General of the 1st Marine Division during the Persian Gulf War; former President of the Marines' Memorial Club
Major General Benjamin Piatt Runkle Miami University, 1857 Sigma Chi founder and Civil War Commander.
Captain Robert Prince Stanford University, 1941 Known for leading the Raid at Cabanatuan as portrayed by James Franco in The Great Raid.
General Victor E. "Gene" Renuart, USAF Indiana 1971 Former Commander of United States Northern Command.
Lt. Gen. Keller E. RockeyS Gettysburg College, 1909 Commanded the Fifth Marine Division in the Battle of Iwo Jima. [11]
Secretary of the Air Force Russell A. RourkeS University of Maryland, 1953 Former United States Secretary of the Air Force.
Technical Sergeant Forrest L. VoslerS Syracuse University, 1948 Recipient of the Medal of Honor.

U.S. astronauts[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Scott AltmanS Illinois, 1981 United States Navy. Space Shuttle astronaut, STS-90, STS-106, STS-109, STS-125.
Jake GarnS University of Utah, 1954 First Member of Congress to Fly into space (STS-51-D), 1985.
Greg HarbaughS Purdue 1978 Space Shuttle astronaut, STS-39, STS-54, STS-71, STS-82.
John W. YoungS Georgia Tech, 1952 United States Navy. Astronaut, Gemini 3, Gemini 10, Apollo 10, Apollo 16, Space Shuttle.

Entertainment and media[edit]

Those with careers spanning multiple categories are usually included in the category they are best known for.

Authors[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Mike Adams (columnist)S Mississippi State University, 1887 Conservative political columnist, writer, author and professor at University of North Carolina, Wilmington (Author of Welcome to the Ivory Tower of Babel: Confessions of a Conservative College Professor, Feminists Say the Darndest Things: a Politically Incorrect Professor Confronts 'Womyn' on Campus, Letters to a Young Progressive: How to Avoid Wasting Your Time Protesting Things You Don't Understand).
George AdeS Purdue University, 1887 American writer, newspaper columnist (Fables in Slang), humorist.
Hervey AllenS Pittsburgh, 1915 Author of Anthony Adverse, and co-editor of Rivers of America Series.
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.S Emory, 1962 . New York Times Best Seller list ("Life's Little Instruction Book").
W. Bruce CameronS Westminster College, 1978 Author, 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter
Milton CaniffS Ohio State University, 1930 Cartoonist, Terry and the Pirates, Steve Canyon
Will Clarke Louisiana State University, 1993 Author of The Worthy, Lord Vishnu's Love Handles
Michael Connelly University of Florida, 1980 Author of The Concrete Blond, The Lincoln Lawyer, Harry Bosch character novels
Todd A. Fonseca Marquette University, 1988 Author of The Time Cavern [12]
Stephen F. Hayes DePauw University, 1993 Journalist, author and official biographer for former Vice President Dick Cheney.
Mark Oldman Stanford University, 1991 Wine expert, tv host, & author, "How to Drink Like a Billionaire"
Mike PetersS Washington University in St. Louis, 1965 American cartoonist, (Mother Goose & Grimm); Pulitzer Prize–winning editorial cartoonist, Dayton Daily News.
Booth TarkingtonS Purdue University, 1893 Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist, The Magnificent Ambersons.

News personalities[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Bret BaierS DePauw University, 1992 Anchor, Special Report with Bret Baier, Fox News Channel.
Greg Gutfeld University of California, Berkeley, 1987 Host of Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld on the Fox News Channel.
David HartmanS Duke University, 1956 Actor, former host, Good Morning America.
Lewis Craig Humphrey Centre College, 1896 Editor of Louisville Evening Post and Louisville Herald-Post.
John McWethy DePauw University, 1969 Emmy-winning correspondent, ABC news.
Clayton Morris University of Pittsburgh, 1999 Host, Fox & Friends on Fox News Channel.
Andy Rooney Colgate University, 1942 Television personality and essayist, 60 Minutes.
Bob TrumpyS University of Utah, 1967 Color commentator, NBC Sports; Tight end, National Football League Cincinnati Bengals, 1968–1977.
Steve Weissman Northwestern University, 2001 Host, SportsCenter on ESPN.

Television and film actors[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Warren BeattyS Northwestern University, 1959 Film actor, Academy Award Winner, Golden Globe Winner', “BAFTA Winner
Clancy BrownS Northwestern University, 1981 Film actor, The Shawshank Redemption, Highlander.
Ty Burrell Oregon, 1987 Film actor, Film director, Television actor, Modern Family. [1]
David CanaryS University of Cincinnati, 1960 Television actor, All My Children.
Jim CaviezelS University of Washington, 1990 Film actor, The Passion of the Christ. TV series Person of Interest.
William ChristopherS Wesleyan University, 1958 Television actor, M*A*S*H.
Charles CioffiS Michigan State University, 1971 Movie and television actor, Shaft.
Eric Close University of Southern California, 1989 Television actor, Without a Trace
Buster CrabbeS University of Southern California, 1931 Actor, Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon; Olympic Swimmer.
Brian DennehyS Columbia University, 1960 Tony Award-winning actor.
Evan Farmer Tulane University, 1995 Host, While You Were Out
Clarence GilyardS California State University, Long Beach, 1981 Film actor, Top Gun; Television actor, Walker, Texas Ranger. [13]
Tony HaleS Samford University, 1992 Actor, Arrested Development, Veep.
Woody HarrelsonS Hanover College, 1983 Academy Award-twice nominated actor, Emmy-nominated actor. [1]
Archie Kao George Mason University, 1996 Film actor.
Pat Kilbane Beloit College, 1990 Comedic actor.
Chester LauckS University of Arkansas, 1926 Radio comedy, Lum and Abner.
David LettermanS Ball State University, 1969 Television personality, host, The Late Show with David Letterman. [1]
Peter LupusS Butler University, 1954 Television actor, Mission: Impossible.
Neal McDonough Syracuse University, 1988, Film Actor, 88 Minutes, The Guardian
Ted McGinleyS University of Southern California, 1981 Film & television actor, Married... with Children, Hope & Faith
Burr McIntoshS Lafayette, 1884, silent film actor, supporting actor
Patrick Muldoon University of Southern California, 1991 Actor, Melrose Place, Starship Troopers.
Brett Murphy Pittsburgh, 2014 actor, Fever Pitch, Hope & Faith, Damages, Saturday Night Live.
Lee Norris Wake Forest University, 2004 Actor, One Tree Hill
Fred Newman Georgia, 1974 Actor, voice actor and composer. Men in Black, Harry and the Hendersons, Gremlins, Grand Theft Auto 2
Brad PittS University of Missouri, 1982 Film actor. [14][15]
Ben Savage Stanford University, 2004 Television actor, Boy Meets World.
Sonny SeilerS Georgia, 1954 Film actor. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. The Legend of Bagger Vance. Owner of University of Georgia mascot Uga
Tom SelleckS University of Southern California, 1967 Television actor, Magnum, P.I.. [1]
Jay Stewart Butler, 1939 Television game show announcer, Let's Make a Deal, Deal of the Century.
Regis ToomeyS Pittsburgh, 1921 Film actor, Meet John Doe, The Big Sleep.
Rip TornS University of Texas,[16] 1952 Film and television actor, Men in Black, The Larry Sanders Show.
John WayneS University of Southern California, 1929 Film actor.
Don WilsonS University of Colorado at Boulder, 1923 Announcer, The Jack Benny Program.

Music[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Wade Bowen Texas Tech University Texas country Singer and Songwriter
Luke BryanS Georgia Southern University Country Musician and Songwriter
Tom CollinsS University of Tennessee Country music producer, CMA (Country Music Association) Board Chairman
Brett James Baylor University Grammy-award winning Songwriter
Cole SwindellS Georgia Southern University Country Artist, Songwriter, and Performer
Drew TaggartS Syracuse University One-half of the multi-platinum/Grammy nominated The Chainsmokers
Bobby OgdinS University of Tennessee Member of Elvis Presley's TCB Band, recording session pianist for major artists
Michael UtleyS University of Arkansas Musician and Songwriter, Founding Member of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band

Film and television production[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Stephen J. CannellS University of Oregon, 1964 Emmy-winning television producer.
Ethan DroginS Harvard University, 1998 Television producer and writer.
Kerry McCluggageS University of Southern California, 1976 Sigma Chi Board of Governors, President of Paramount Television, founder UPN Network.
Tom ShadyacS University of Virginia, 1981 Movie Director of films Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Nutty Professor, Liar Liar, Bruce Almighty, and I Am.
Mark TinkerS Syracuse University, 1973 Television producer and director. "St. Elsewhere", "NYPD Blue".

Radio[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Keith BilbreyS Tennessee Tech, 1974 Announcer on the Grand Ole Opry, WSM (AM) Radio DJ, WSMV-TV
Dave FogelS University of Missouri, 1982 Radio DJ, United States
Norris GoffS University of Oklahoma, 1928 Radio comedy, Lum and Abner
Gabe Hobbs Murray State University Former Senior Vice-President of Programming at Clear Channel Radio (now iHeartMedia). https://sigmachi.org/home/alumni/significant-sigs/significant-sigs-list/[17]

Other[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Andy DunnS Northwestern, 2000 CEO of Bonobos.
Harvey Hancock University of Utah, 1925 Northern California Campaign manager for two successful races by Richard Nixon: 1950 United States Senate, and 1952 Presidential campaign, under Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Edward "Ted" RogersS University of Toronto, 1956 Former president and CEO of Rogers Communications Inc.

Business and Technology[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Roy Chapman AndrewsS Beloit College, 1906 Explorer, Adventurer and Naturalist who became the director of the American Museum of Natural History
Philip AnschutzS University of Kansas, 1961 Entrepreneur, Anschutz Entertainment Group
Jeff Arnold Georgia, 1991 Founder and former CEO of WebMD. Owner of HowStuffWorks
Jim Barksdale Mississippi, 1965 CEO of Netscape, 1995–99
Reggie Bradford Georgia, 1990 Former CMO of WebMD and former President of Tandberg Television. Founder of ViTrue, Inc.
George W. Bryan Mississippi State University, 1965 Senior Vice President of Sara Lee Corporation, CEO of Sara Lee Foods, and founder of Old Waverly Golf Club
AD. "Pete" CorrellS Georgia, 1963 Chairman and CEO, Georgia-Pacific Corporation.
Alex d'ArbeloffS Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1949 Co-Founder, Teradyne
David Dillon Kansas, 1973 CEO of Kroger
Craig DonohueS Drake University, 1981 CEO, Chicago Mercantile Exchange
T. Coleman du Pont MIT, 1885 Former President, DuPont Chemical
Keith FerrazziS Yale, 1986 Business consultant and author
William "Bill" George Georgia Tech, 1964 CEO, Medtronic 1991–2001, Board Member Goldman Sachs, Novartis AG, Exxon Mobil
Gordon GouldS Union College, 1941 One of primary inventors of the laser; National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Michael GravesS Cincinnati, 1958 Award-winning post-modern architect
Toxey HaasS Mississippi State University, 1978 Founder and CEO, Haas Outdoors, Inc. (Mossy Oak)
James Haslam Jr.S Tennessee Founder and owner of Pilot Travel Centers.
Mike G. Hart University of California, Davis, 1985 President and CEO of Sierra Energy, President of Sierra Railroad, named an "Environmental Hero" by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, named a "Champion of Change" by the White House.
E.W. "Ed" KelleyS Indiana University, 1939 Founder, Kelley & Partners Ltd; Chairman, Steak 'n Shake; Namesake of Kelley School of Business (Indiana University)
Dara KhosrowshahiS Brown University, 1991 Businessman, CEO of Uber, CEO of Expedia
Keith J. KrachS Purdue University, 1979 Founder of Ariba. Grand Consul Sigma Chi Fraternity. Chairman of Purdue University Board of Trustees.
Kenneth LangoneS Bucknell University Co-founder of Home Depot. New York University's Medical Center is named after him and his wife.
J. Michael LuttigS Washington and Lee University, 1976 Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Board of Directors for Boeing
Doug Manchester San Diego State University San Diego real estate developer, owner of the San Diego Union Tribune
E.W. MarlandS Michigan, 1893 Founder of the Marland Oil Company
J. Willard Marriott, Jr.S University of Utah, 1954 President of Marriott International
John S. McMillin DePauw University Lawyer, businessman, and political figure; served as Sigma Chi's first Grand Consul [18]
Ron W. MillerS University of Southern California, 1977 CEO of The Walt Disney Company
Robert Montgomery University of Alabama, 1952 Lawyer known for winning large settlements against the tobacco industry
Christopher NassettaS University of Virginia, 1984 President and CEO of Hilton Worldwide
Thomas F. OlinS University of Michigan, 1952 Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Archway Cookies, Incorporated
Ed Seykota MIT, 1969 Self made money manager and investor
Matthew Simmons Utah, 1965 Founder and chairman emeritus of Simmons & Company International. Author of Twilight in the Desert. Energy adviser to George W. Bush
Bob SwansonS MIT, 1969 Co-Founder of Genentech
C. Bruce Tarter MIT, 1961 Former director of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Dr. Gerard van BelleS Whitman College, 1990 Noted astrophysicist at Lowell Observatory, the European Southern Observatory, and Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech.
Charles WatsonS Oklahoma State University, 1972 Founder, former CEO, Dynegy
Brown L. WhatleyS Georgia, 1926 Chairman of Arvida Corp., President of Mortgage Bankers Association of America

Medicine[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Dr. Alfred Blalock Georgia, 1919 Noted research surgeon at Vanderbilt University and Johns Hopkins and developer of the Blalock-Taussig Shunt. His work on blue baby syndrome has been documented in the 2004 movie Something the Lord Made.
Joshua Butler Texas State University Texas, 2002 Director of Audioprothology
William DeVriesS MD, University of Utah, 1966 Cardiothoracic surgeon, Performed first successful artificial heart implant surgery on Barney Clark, 1982
Merrill Moore Vanderbilt University, 1924 Psychiatrist and poet; neurologist at the Harvard Medical School [19]
Kerry Mullis Georgia Institute of Technology, 1964 Won the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his development of the Polymerase chain reaction (PCR), a central technique in biochemistry and molecular biology which allows the amplification of specified DNA sequences

Education[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Gregory H. AdamianS Wesleyan, 1948 Former President and Chancellor of Bentley University
David B. AshleyS MIT, 1973 President of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Joel CunninghamS Chattanooga, 1965 Vice Chancellor and President of the University of the South from 2000–2010.
Constantine William CurrisS University of Kentucky, 1962 President of Murray State University from 1973–1983 and the University of Northern Iowa from 1983–1995 [20]
George H. Denny University of Virginia, 1896 15th President of the University of Alabama. Bryant–Denny Stadium and the Denny Chimes are named in his honor. [citation needed]
Lamar DoddS Georgia Tech, 1930 Head of Art Department at University of Georgia. Lamar Dodd School of Art named in his memory at the University of Georgia.
Rufus FitzgeraldS University of Tennessee-Knoxville, 1919 Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh from 1945–1955. The Fitzgerald Field House is named in his honor.
Tomlinson Fort, Jr. Georgia, 1952 Head of Chemical Engineering, Carnegie-Mellon and Vanderbilt University. Provost and Vice President Cal Poly
John Gabbert BowmanS University of Iowa, 1899 Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh from 1921–1945. The Cathedral of Learning, the second tallest educational building in the world, is dedicated to him. [21][22]
Cecil C. HumphreysS University of Tennessee-Knoxville, 1936 President of Memphis State University from 1960–1972
Mark E. KeenumS Mississippi State, 1984 President of Mississippi State University, 2009–present.
James R. KillianS MIT 1925 10th President of MIT, special assistant for science and technology to President Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1957–1959
Robert LindgrenS University of Florida, 1976 President of Randolph-Macon College
Bernie MachenS Vanderbilt University, 1966 Eleventh President of the University of Florida (2003–Present). Former President of the University of Utah (1997–2003). [23][24]
William Andrew MacKayS Dalhousie University, 1950 Former President of Dalhousie University
Robert D. McTeerS Georgia, 1964 Chancellor of the Texas A&M University System [25]
William C. Powers University of California, Berkeley, 1968 President of the University of Texas at Austin from 2006-2015
J. Wayne ReitzS Colorado State, 1930 Fifth President of the University of Florida (1955–1967) [26]
Robert H. ShafferS Depauw University, 1936 Pioneer in Student Affairs
Elvis Jacob Stahr, Jr.S University of Kentucky, 1936 Dean of College of Law at Kentucky, 1948–1957. President of West Virginia University 1959–1961. Secretary of the Army 1961–1962. President of Indiana University, 1962–68. [27]

Non-profit[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Hector A. "Tico" PerezS University of Central Florida National Commissioner of the Boy Scouts of America [28]

Theology[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
M. Russell Ballard University of Utah, 1947 Quorum of the Twelve, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Theodore M. Burton University of Utah, 1932 First Quorum of Seventy, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Terence FinlayS University of Western Ontario, 1959 Retired Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Canada [28]
Titus LoweS Ohio Wesleyan, 1900 Bishop, Methodist Episcopal Church and The Methodist Church [28]
Arthur Wheelock MoultonS Hobart College, 1939 Bishop and President of the Pacific Province for the Episcopal Church. [28]
William B. OdenS Oklahoma State University, 1957 Bishop, United Methodist Church [28]
Hugh W. Pinnock University of Utah, 1958 First Quorum of the Seventy and Presidency of the Seventy in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
William McFerrin StoweS University of Miami, 1938 Bishop, The Methodist Church [28]

Notes[edit]

S- Has been awarded the Significant Sig Award[29]

References[edit]

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