The Charlottesville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. will be a highly visible and well respected organization that relishes brotherhood, promotes achievement with area youths and provides positive leaders and role models in our community.
Charlottesville (VA) Alumni Chapter of
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. Mission Statement
A group of men, interested in continuing the Kappa traditions, gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia with the purpose of organizing an Alumni Chapter. The group met from time to time and eventually grew to nine members but were unable to attain a charter until the prerequisite number of ten was met. George Warren, a Brother from Lexington, Virginia, heard the plight of the Brothers and traveled to Charlottesville to be the tenth member of the group.
A charter was issued on April 5, 1975 by the Province Polemarch, the Honorable James Overton. The chartering ceremonies and reception were held at Richard's Hide-Away on Route 29 South. It was a most beautiful occasion and obviously a highlight in the history of the Charlottesville Chapter. Visiting Brothers from as far away as Hampton and Richmond Alumni Chapters came to be with us on the occasion.
Polemarch - Willard Robinson
Vice Polemarch - Levi Wilson
Keeper Of Records - Nathan Harris
Keeper of Exchequer - Bruce Ransom
Strategus - Darryl Pickett
Lieutenant Strategus - Steve Wright
Historian / DP - Michael Terry
The first line included: Lucian Carter, Ron Shelton, Donald Saunders, and Fred Murray.
On this strong foundation, the Charlottesville (Va) Alumni Chapter has been building and growing, and from our determination will continue to flourish.
The History of the Charlottesville (Va) Alumni Chapter of
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.