List of Zeta Psi brothers

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This is list of notable members of the Zeta Psi fraternity.

Founders[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
John Bradt Yates Sommers Φ'1849 Founder of Zeta Psi  ?
William Henry Dayton Φ Founder of Zeta Psi  ?
John Moon Skillman Φ Founder of Zeta Psi  ?

Famous members[edit]

Many members are famous in several areas, they are listed in their most prominent area of achievement.

Business[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Henry Ford II Η Former Chairman and CEO, Ford Motor Company  ?
Mark Fields Delta COO, Ford Motor Company  ?
James Cantalupo ΑΕ'1966 Former chairman and chief executive officer of McDonald's Corporation  ?
Dr. Arden R. Haynes, OC ΠΕ'1951 Former Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Imperial Oil Limited, former Chancellor of York University  ?
Julian Robertson Υ'** former Chairman of the Tiger Fund (Tiger Management Corp.)  ?
William B. Harrison, Jr. Υ'** former CEO and current Chairman of JPMorgan Chase  ?
Ian C. Murray T'1997 Founder, Vineyard Vines [1]
Eric Molson, CM ΑΨ'** Chairman, Molson Beer Companies [2]
Shaun O'Malley Σ'1959 Chairman and CEO, Price Waterhouse, 1987–1995  ?
Roderick M. Hills Μ'** former Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission  ?
Jim Balsillie, CA ΘΞ'** Chairman and Co-CEO Research in Motion  ?
William Stamps Farish, IV Β'1987 Chairman, Breeders' Cup Limited  ?
Paul B. Hicks, Jr. Β'1950 President, Texaco Europe; Chairman, Winged Foot Golf Club  ?
Brian Roberts Σ'** Chairman and CEO of Comcast Corporation  ?
Jim Balsillie

Education[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Dr. Julius Stratton ΦΛ'1923 Former provost, vice president, chancellor, and president of MIT  ?
Conrad Harrington, CM ΑΨ'1933 & 1936 lawyer, businessman, and Chancellor of McGill University  ?
Dr. Arden R. Haynes, OC ΠΕ'1951 Former Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Imperial Oil Limited, former Chancellor of York University  ?
Dr. Henry Suzzallo ΦΛ'1920 President of the University of Washington, 1919–1926  ?
William Coit Ackerman ΣΖ'1924 Head of Associated Students of UCLA, coach of NCAA championship UCLA tennis team, and namesake of Ackerman Student Union on campus  ?
Erskine Bowles Υ'** former White House Chief of Staff and current President of the University of North Carolina system  ?
William Pepper Σ'1862 & 1864 Former Provost of the University of Pennsylvania, Knight Commander of St Olaf  ?
Erskine Bowles

Entertainment[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Dean Cain ΟΕ'1988 Actor  ?
Dizzy Reed Ψ'† Musician, Keyboardist for hard rock band Guns 'N' Roses  ?
Dick Wolf Σ'1969 Creator of the "Law & Order," television franchise; Emmy Award-winning producer; Honorary Consul general of Monaco  ?
Brian Sullivan ΑΠ'1993 Anchor; Bloomberg Television, "Morning Call."; Fox Business Network  ?
Dean Cain

Law[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
The Rt. Hon. Brian Dickson, PC, CC, CD ΠΕ'** Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, law professor  ?
Allan Wachowich ΜΘ'1957 Chief Justice Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta  ?
Roy McMurtry ΘΞ'1954 Former Chief Justice Court of Appeal for Ontario, former politician, Chancellor of York University  ?
Arthur Gajarsa Π'1962 United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit  ?
James Biggs Υ'1893 Former United States Solicitor General  ?
John Nivison X'1982 United States District Court for Maine  ?

Literature[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Dr. Stephen Leacock, FRSC ΘΞ'1891 Best-selling writer and economist, namesake of the Stephen Leacock Award for Canadian literary humour  ?
Dr. Benjamin Spock Α'1929 Best-selling author of The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care; Olympic gold-medalist in rowing (1924) See Athletics section for photo.  ?
Stephen Leacock

Military[edit]

Bravery[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Lance Corporal Frederick Fisher, VC ΑΨ'1913 Recipient of the Victoria Cross  ?
James Parker Δ'** Major General; U.S. Army, Medal of Honor recipient (Philippine–American War) [3]
Charles Phelps Ο'1865* Brigadier General; U.S. Army, Medal of Honor recipient, U.S. Congressman for Maryland's 3rd District  ?
Thomas Seaver Κ'1855 Colonel; U.S. Army, Medal of Honor recipient (American Civil War)  ?
Charles H. Smith Χ'** Major General; U.S. Army, Medal of Honor recipient (American Civil War)  ?
Frederick Fisher

Other[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Lt. Col. Dr. John Alexander McCrae ΘΞ'1894 Author of In Flanders Fields  ?
James J Carey Ω'1960 Rear Admiral, USNR, (Ret'd), International Grand Master of The Knights Templar.  ?
Jeff Cooper Μ'1941 Lieutenant Colonel, USMC, creator of the modern technique of handgun shooting  ?
John McCrae

Philanthropy[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Sir John Templeton Η'1934 Financier and Philanthropist, namesake of Templeton College, Oxford and founder of the Templeton Foundation that awards a yearly $1.6 million Templeton Prize  ?
W. Lawrence Heisey, OC, ΘΞ'1948 In 1994, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada in recognition for being a "leader in Canadian business and philanthropy".  ?

Politics[edit]

Governors[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Seldon Connor Κ'1859 Former Governor of Maine  ?
William T. Cobb Λ'1877 Former Governor of Maine  ?
James Budd Ι'1873 Former Governor of California and member of US House of Rep.  ?
Gray Davis Μ'1964 Former Governor of California  ?
William Comstock Ξ'1899 Former Governor of Michigan  ?
Edward I. Edwards Φ'** Former Governor of New Jersey, former Senator from New Jersey [4]
Pete Wilson Η'1955 Former Governor of California, former U.S. Senator, and Mayor of San Diego  ?
Dr. Howard Dean Η'1971 Former Governor of Vermont and Chairman of DNC  ?
Nelson Dingley, Jr. Ψ'1855 Former Governor of Maine and member of US House of Rep.  ?
George Robinson Ρ'1856* Former Governor of Massachusetts and member of US House of Rep.  ?
Dr. Elisha Dyer, Jr. Ε'1859 Former Governor of Rhode Island  ?
Howard Dean
Pete Wilson

Federal Senators[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Prescott Bush Η'1917 Former Senator from Connecticut, father of President George H.W. Bush and grandfather of President George W. Bush  ?
Scott Brown K'1981 Junior Senator from Massachusetts  ?
William Knowland Ι'1929 Former Senator from California  ?
Edward I. Edwards Φ'** Former Governor of New Jersey, Former Senator from New Jersey [4]
George Wharton Pepper Σ'1887 Former Senator from Pennsylvania, attorney, and law professor, founder of Pepper Hamilton LLP  ?
Pete Wilson Η'1955 Former Governor of California, former U.S. Senator, and Mayor of San Diego  ?
William Benton Η'1918 Former Senator from Connecticut, former chairman of Encyclopædia Britannica  ?
Gilbert Hitchcock Ξ'1881 Former Senator from Nebraska and member of US House of Rep.  ?
Prescott Bush

Federal Representatives[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
The Hon. Edmund James Bristol, PC, KC ΘΞ'1883 Former Member of Parliament, Canada, former Minister without portfolio (1921) in the Arthur Meighen cabinet  ?
Bertrand Gearhart Ι'1910 U.S. Representative from California  ?
Charles A. Sumner Ζ'1854 U.S. Representative from California  ?
Angier Goodwin Χ'1902 U.S. Representative from Massachusetts [4]
Gilbert Hitchcock Ξ'1881 U.S. Senator from Nebraska, U.S. Representative  ?
John Edward Nelson Χ'1898 U.S. Representative [4]
Nelson Dingley, Jr. ΨΕ'1855 Governor of Maine, U.S. Representative  ?
George Robinson Ρ'1856* Governor of Massachusetts, U.S. Representative  ?
James Budd Ι'1873 Governor of California, U.S. Representative  ?
Charles Phelps ΟΕ'1865* United States Army brigadier general, Medal of Honor recipient, U.S. Representative  ?
Les Aspin Η'1960 United States Secretary of Defense, U.S. Representative  ?
John Dahmer ΜΘ'1961
ΧΓ'1967
Member of Parliament (elect), Canada  ?
Nelson Dingley, Jr.
The Hon. Edmund Bristol

Federal Cabinet[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Les Aspin Η'1960 United States Secretary of Defense, U.S. Representative  ?
The Hon. Edmund James Bristol, PC, KC ΘΞ'1883 Former Member of Parliament, Canada, former Minister without portfolio (1921) in the Arthur Meighen cabinet  ?
Richard A. Ballinger Ζ'1884 United States Secretary of the Interior, mayor of Seattle  ?
John G. Sargent Κ'1887 & 1912 United States Attorney General [4]
Les Aspin

Mayors of Major Cities[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Richard A. Ballinger Ζ'1884 Former Secretary of the Interior, Former mayor of Seattle, Washington  ?
William B. Harrison Β'1910 Former mayor of Louisville, Kentucky [4]
Pete Wilson Η'1955 Former Governor of California, former U.S. Senator, and Mayor of San Diego  ?
Richard A. Ballinger


Science[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Dr. John Bardeen ΛΨ'1928 Two-Time Nobel Laureate in Physics; Co-inventor of the transistor  ?
Dr. Alfred Kinsey Λ'1916 Biologist and Sex Researcher; Founder of The Kinsey Institute  ?

Sports[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Joe Maddon Τ'** Long-time MLB Manager, Anaheim Angels and Tampa Bay Rays; 2008 and 2011 American League Manager of the Year [5]
Bob Boone Μ'1969 Former catcher and manager in Major League Baseball who was a four-time All-Star  ?
Bruce Robinson Μ'1976 Former catcher in Major League Baseball with the Oakland A's and New York Yankees. Robinson is best known for his inventing the Robby Pad, the hinged flap on throwing side of a chest protector. The Robby Pad was invented in 1980 and is in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Bruce Robinson is also known for being a singer/songwriter, with two CD's to his credit and 48 copyrighted songs. Find Bruce Robinson at [1] and Bruce Robinson (baseball & singer/songwriter)  ?
William Shea Φ'** Brought the New York Mets to New York, namesake of Shea Stadium  ?
Joe Maddon

American Football[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Harold “Red” Grange ΑΕ'1925 Halfback, Chicago Bears; Named the greatest college football player of all time by ESPN  ?
Bert LaBrucherie ΣΖ'1929 Former UCLA and CalTech football coach  ?
John Brodie Μ'1956 Quarterback, San Francisco 49ers; Senior PGA Tour professional golfer  ?
Ken Dilger ΑΕ'1995 Tight End, Indianapolis Colts  ?
Tom Fears ΣΖ'** Wide receiver, Los Angeles Rams  ?

Professional Golf[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
John Brodie Μ'1956 Quarterback, San Francisco 49ers; Senior PGA Tour professional golfer  ?

Olympic Medalists[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
George Hodgson ΑΨ'1916 Double Olympic Gold Medalist in both 400 meter and 1500 meter freestyle swimming, setting Olympic records - 1912 http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Boyce Budd Gold Medalist 1964 Rowing http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
John Collier Bronze Medalist 1928 hurdles http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Caldwell Esselstyn Gold Medalist 1956 Rowing http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
James Fitzpatrick Gold Medalist 1956 Rugby http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Ed Graff FM 1904 Rugby http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Winslow Hall Gold Medalist 1932 Rowing http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
George Hodgson 2 Gold Medals 1912 Swimming http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Carl Knowles Gold Medalist 1936 Basketball http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Henry LaBorde Silver Medalist 1932 Discus http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Boyce Budd Gold Medalist 1964 Rowing http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Richmond Landon Gold Medalist 1920 High Jump http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
David Wight Gold Medalist 1956 Rowing http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Pete Zaremba Bronze Medalist 1932 Hammer http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Charles L. Grimes Η'1957 Olympic Gold Medalist in rowing - 1956 http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Dr. Benjamin Spock Α'1929 Best-selling author of The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care; Olympic gold-medalist in rowing (1924) http://nicindy.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fraternity_men_who_won_olympic_medals.pdf
Benjamin Spock

Tennis[edit]

Name Original chapter Notability References
Fern "Jaker" Dre Φ Professional Golfer, and Professional Squash player
Alexander "Sandy" Mayer Μ'**1974 Former professional tennis player who won ten singles titles and twenty-four doubles titles  ?
Fern "Jaker" Dora Κ Professional Golfer, Professional Squash player  ?
Pat Du Pré Μ'**1976 Former professional tennis player who won one singles title and four doubles titles and reached a world ranking of #12. U.S. Boys Singles and Doubles champion in 1972.  ?
Roscoe Tanner Μ'**1973 Former professional tennis player who won 16 singles titles and one Grand Slam single  ?
Ferni "Jaker" Dora Zeta Psi ? Professional Golfer, Professional Squash player

* Deceased chapter (Do not confuse with current chapter)
** Class year of graduation unknown
† Duly initiated honorary member


Phi Alphas[edit]

The Phi Alpha is the leader of the international chapter of the Zeta Psi Fraternity.

Name Original chapter Notability References
Leslie Mann III ΦΛ'1973 Phi Alpha from 2016-present
Barth H. Gillan ΑΨ'1985 Phi Alpha from 2014-2016
Andrew Nunez ΙΑ'1994 Phi Alpha from 2012-2014
M. Lauck Walton Π'1984 Phi Alpha from 2010-2012
David W. Busacca ΤΔ'1973 Phi Alpha from 2008-2010
Gregory E. McElroy Φ'1970 Phi Alpha from 2006-2008
M. David Hunter ΙΑ'1980 Phi Alpha from 2005-2006 [6]
David L. Sims Σ'1976 Phi Alpha from 2004-2005 [6]
Richard M. Gateman ΧΓ'1981 Phi Alpha from 2002-2004 [6]
Michael J. Freiman ΦΕ'1978 Phi Alpha from 2000-2002 [6]
Stephen Hartwell Τ'1936 Phi Alpha from 1999–2000 [7]
George G. McNeillie III ΘΞ'1973 Phi Alpha from 1997–1999 [7]
James J. Carey Ω'1960 Phi Alpha from 1995–1997 [7]
Douglas P. Donaldson Θ'1972 Phi Alpha from 1993–1995 [7]
Patrick M. Carney ΦΛ'1976 Phi Alpha from 1991–1993 [7]
James J. Ljunglin Π'1957 Phi Alpha from 1989–1991 [7]
Richard G. Shuhany ΜΘ'1968 Phi Alpha from 1987–1989 [7]
Jay L. Rothberg ΔΧ'1969 Phi Alpha from 1985–1987 [7]
Richard W. Smith Ο'1933 Phi Alpha from 1984–1985 [7]
John S. Gebhardt Φ'1969 Phi Alpha from 1982–1984 [7]
Ralph S. Rumsey Ξ'1965 Phi Alpha from 1980–1982 [7]
Roy A. Foulke, Jr. Λ'1950 Phi Alpha from 1978–1980 [7]
Edison W. Dick Η'1959 Phi Alpha from 1976–1978 [7]
Peter B. Pakradooni Σ'1961 Phi Alpha from 1974–1976 [7]
James H. McLaughlin ΘΞ'1952 Phi Alpha from 1971–1974 [7]
Alfred D. Kirkland Μ'1952 Phi Alpha from 1970–1971 [7]
Henry M. Elliot, Jr. Η'1945 Phi Alpha from 1969–1970 [7]
John L. Coulson ΨΕ'1939 Phi Alpha from 1966-1969 [6]
Clarence H. DeLong ΑΕ'1920 Phi Alpha from 1964-1966 [6]
Louis R. Bruce Γ'1930 Phi Alpha from 1962-1964 [6]
Symington P. Landreth Σ'1929 Phi Alpha from 1961-1962 [6]
John Crawford Frost Ξ'1922 Phi Alpha from 1960-1961 [6]
William B. Harrison Υ'1935 Phi Alpha from 1959-1960 [6]
Newton H. Porter, Jr. Δ'1927 Phi Alpha from 1958-1959 [6]
John E. Woodbridge ΨΕ'1924 Phi Alpha from 1957-1958 [6]
Charles L. Gebhardt, Jr. Φ'1934 Phi Alpha from 1956-1957 [6]
Asa J. Barber ΑΕ'1928 Phi Alpha from 1955-1956 [6]
Arthur M. Wickwire Ζ'1920 Phi Alpha from 1954-1955 [6]
Thomas L. Cross ΘΞ'1924 Phi Alpha from 1953-1954 [6]
Harry M. Boss Ε'1898 Phi Alpha from 1952-1953 [6]
Henri G. Lafleur ΑΨ'1929 Phi Alpha from 1951-1952 [6]
William H. DuBarry Σ'1916 Phi Alpha from 1950-1951 [6]
Clinton Odell ΑΒ'1901 Phi Alpha from 1949-1950 [6]
Hugh P. Brady Η'1914 Phi Alpha from 1948-1949 [6]
Theodore A. Distler Ε'1922 Phi Alpha from 1947-1948 [6]
T. Raymond Pierce Χ'1898 Phi Alpha from 1945-1947 [6]
Arthur Harrison Motley ΑΒ'1922 Phi Alpha from 1943-1945 [6]
Chester A. Lydecker Α'1914 Phi Alpha from 1942-1943 [6]
Frank B. Bateman Ψ'1919 Phi Alpha from 1941-1942 [6]
Herbert S. Gay Ζ'1902 Phi Alpha from 1941-1942 [6]
Hollon A. Farr Η'1896 Phi Alpha from 1940-1941 [6]
James B. Coyne ΘΞ'1901 Phi Alpha from 1939-1940 [6]
George S. Armstrong Φ'1908 Phi Alpha from 1938-1939 [6]
James T. Pilcher Ξ'1902 Phi Alpha from 1937-1938 [6]
J. Ingham Kinsey Τ'1902 Phi Alpha from 1936-1937 [6]
Ward C. Belcher Φ'1904 Phi Alpha from 1935-1936 [6]
Ernest H. Hawkins Γ'1907 Phi Alpha from 1934-1935 [6]
Marshall S. Brown Ε'1982 Phi Alpha from 1933-1934 [6]
Bert J. Bradner Ξ'1898 Phi Alpha from 1931-1933 [6][8]
John V. N. Dorr Δ'1894 Phi Alpha from 1930–1931 [8]
Rutherford Franklin Α'1886 Phi Alpha from 1929–1930 [8]
Wendell P. McKown Λ'1898 Phi Alpha from 1928–1929 [8]
Charles W. Stratton Ξ'1893 Phi Alpha from 1927–1928 [8]
Campbell P. Howard ΑΨ'1897 Phi Alpha from 1926–1927 [8]
John W. Proctor Ι'1898 Phi Alpha from 1925–1926 [8]
Charles H. Ketcham Α'1896 Phi Alpha from 1924–1925 [8]
Follett W. Bull Ξ'1891 Phi Alpha from 1923–1924 [8]
Walter H. Belcher Κ'1896 Phi Alpha from 1922–1923 [8]
James Boyd Φ'1882 Phi Alpha from 1921–1922 [8]
Cecil D. Gregg Ψ'1890 Phi Alpha from 1920–1921 [8]
Ellis Ames Ballard Σ'1881 Phi Alpha from 1919–1920 [8]
Herbert P. Carrow Ξ'1902 Phi Alpha from 1918–1919 [8]
Robert B. Austin Χ'1899 Phi Alpha from 1917–1918 [8]
J. Somers Smith, Jr. Σ'1887 Phi Alpha from 1916–1917 [8]
Howard D. Briggs Ε'1902 Phi Alpha from 1915–1916 [8]
George W. Bunnell Ι'1895 Phi Alpha from 1914–1915 [8]
Lyman A. Cousens Λ'1902 Phi Alpha from 1913–1914 [8]
John H. Raven Δ'1891 Phi Alpha from 1912–1913 [8]
Thomas I. Chatfield Η'1893 Phi Alpha from 1911–1912 [8]
William. B. Storey Ι'1881 Phi Alpha from 1910–1911 [8]
Charles A. Moss ΘΞ'1894 Phi Alpha from 1909–1910 [8]
William A. Comstock Ξ'1899 Phi Alpha from 1908–1909 [8]
Thomas A. H. Hay Τ'1876 Phi Alpha from 1907–1908 [8]
William T. Cobb Λ'1877 Phi Alpha from 1905–1907 [8]
Charles H. Darling Κ'1884 Phi Alpha from 1904–1905 [8]
Richard T. W. Duke, Jr. Β'1877 Phi Alpha from 1903–1904 [8]
John F. Greene Ε'1891 Phi Alpha from 1902–1903 [8]
William H. McElroy Θ'1860 Phi Alpha from 1901–1902 [8]
Gustavus Remak, Jr. Σ'1882 Phi Alpha from 1900–1901 [8]
Kenneth Cameron ΑΨ'1887 Phi Alpha from 1899–1900 [8]
Fred R. Drake Τ'1886 Phi Alpha from 1898–1899 [8]
Francis S. Keese Δ'1862 Phi Alpha from 1897–1898 [8]
F. Leroy Satterlee Φ'1865 Phi Alpha from 1896–1897 [8]
Edmund J. Bristol ΘΞ'1983 Phi Alpha from 1895–1896 [8]
J. Howard Ford Ψ'1877 Phi Alpha from 1894–1895 [8]
Henry Walker Ρ'1855* Phi Alpha from 1892–1894 [8]
William P. Pepper Σ'1857 Phi Alpha in 1892 [8]
Francis Lawton Ε'1869 Phi Alpha from 1891–1892 [8]
Austin G. Fox Ρ'1869* Phi Alpha from 1890–1891 [9]
William L. Pierce Ω'1865* Phi Alpha from 1889–1890 [9]
Charles B. Everson Ψ'1878 Phi Alpha from 1888–1889 [9]
Israel C. Pierson Φ'1865 Phi Alpha from 1887–1888 [9]
Charles A. Sumner Ζ'1854 Phi Alpha from 1886–1887 [9]
George S. Duryee Δ'1872 Phi Alpha from 1885–1886 [9]
Liberty E. Holden Χ'1857 Phi Alpha from 1884–1885 [9]
Max Shwerin, Jr. Θ'1870* Phi Alpha from 1883–1884 [9]
Augustus Van Wyck Υ'1864 Phi Alpha from 1882–1883 [9]
Albert H. Gallatin Φ'1859 Phi Alpha from 1881–1882 [9]
Andrew Kirkpatrick Δ'1863 Phi Alpha from 1880–1881 [9]
Edward C. Mitchell Σ'1855 Phi Alpha from 1879–1880 [9]
William L. Otis Π'1874 Phi Alpha from 1877–1879 [9]
John Meigs Τ'1871 Phi Alpha from 1876–1877 [9]
Satterlee Arnold Π'1866 Phi Alpha from 1875–1876 [9]
Abraham Van Horn Δ'1870 Phi Alpha from 1874–1875 [9]
Albert B. Carleton Φ'1872 Phi Alpha in 1874 [9]
William C. Prescott Κ'1871 Phi Alpha from 1873–1874 [9]
Reuben W. Dunn Χ'1868 Phi Alpha from 1871–1872 [9]
Walter H. Moore Ε'1867 Phi Alpha from 1870–1871 [9]
Samuel Marsh Φ'1867 Phi Alpha from 1869–1870 [9]
Henry T. Thomas Ω'1864* Phi Alpha from 1867–1869 [9]
Johnathan L. Lambert Ξ'1865 Phi Alpha from 1866–1867 [9]
Charles E. Phelps Ο'1853* Phi Alpha from 1865–1866 [9]
James L. H. Elmendorf Δ'1863 Phi Alpha from 1864–1865 [9]
John L. Flagg Ρ'1857* Phi Alpha in 1864 [9]
Amasa A. Redfield Φ'1860 Phi Alpha from 1863–1864 [9]
William A. Johnson Κ'1860 Phi Alpha from 1862–1863 [9]
Livingston Satterlee Ε'1858 Phi Alpha from 1860–1862 [9]
Abraham Lott Φ'1849 Phi Alpha from 1859–1860 [9]
Asa Arnold E'1853 Phi Alpha from 1858–1859 [9]
George L. Bennett Ρ'1854* Phi Alpha from 1857–1858 [9]
Charles Turner Ε'1855 Phi Alpha from 1856–1857 [9]
Charles H. Skillman Δ'1851 Phi Alpha from 1855–1856 [9]
George Bradley Χ'1853 Phi Alpha from 1854–1855 [9]
Peter W. Rousse Δ'1850 Phi Alpha from 1852–1854 [9]
George S. Woodhull Φ'1848 Phi Alpha from 1851–1852 [9]
John B. Y. Sommers Φ'1849 Phi Alpha from 1850–1851 [9]
George S. Woodhull Φ'1848 Phi Alpha from 1849–1850 & 1851–1852 [9]

* Deceased chapter (Do not confuse chapters)

References[edit]

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  2. ^ http://www.gg.ca/honours/search-recherche/honours-desc.asp?lang=e&TypeID=orc&id=10083
  3. ^ "Medal of Honor Recipients from NIC Member Fraternities". North American Interfraternity Conference. Retrieved 2007-05-12. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f Kestenbaum, Lawrence (March 24, 2009). "The Political Graveyard: Zeta Psi Politicians". The Political Graveyard. Retrieved 2009-04-16. 
  5. ^ Joe Smith (2008-11-12). "Tampa Bay Rays' Maddon named AL manager of the year". Tampabay.com. Retrieved 2008-11-12. 
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  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Pledge Manual of the Zeta Psi Fraternity of North America. Pearl River, NY, USA: Zeta Psi. August 2000. p. 49. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an Bement, Howard; Bement, Douglas (1932). The Story of Zeta Psi. New York, NY, USA: Zeta Psi Fraternity. p. 739. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am Bement, Howard; Bement, Douglas (1932). The Story of Zeta Psi. New York, NY, USA: Zeta Psi Fraternity. p. 738.