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Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity

FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1899 at the City College of New York.

Official Website:
http://www.deltasig.org/

Founding Date:
10-Dec-1899

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
E. Ross Adair
Politician
14-Dec-1907 5-May-1983 Congressman from Indiana, 1951-71
George V. Allen
Diplomat
3-Nov-1903 11-Jul-1970 US Ambassador to Iran, 1946-48
James J. Davis
Government
27-Oct-1873 22-Nov-1947 US Secretary of Labor, 1921-30
Michael Deaver
Government
11-Apr-1938 18-Aug-2007 Reagan Deputy Chief of Staff
Michael T. Duke
Business
7-Dec-1949   President and CEO of Wal-Mart
Roman S. Gribbs
Politician
29-Dec-1925   Mayor of Detroit, 1970-74
Tom Harkin
Politician
19-Nov-1939   US Senator from Iowa
Mike Hayden
Politician
16-Mar-1944   Governor of Kansas, 1987-91
F. Edward Hebert
Politician
12-Oct-1901 29-Dec-1979 Congressman from Louisiana, 1941-77
William J. Hughes
Politician
17-Oct-1932   Congressman from New Jersey, 1975-95
Mark Martin
Judge
29-Apr-1963   Justice, North Carolina Supreme Court
Michael G. Morris
Business
c. 1947   CEO of American Electric Power
Dennis Muchmore
Business
c. 1947   Muchmore Harrington Smalley & Associates
Mike Shanahan
Football
24-Aug-1952   Washington Redskins Head Coach
Todd Tiahrt
Politician
15-Jun-1951   Congressman from Kansas, 1995-2011
Michael Turner
Politician
11-Jan-1960   Congressman, Ohio 3rd
Charles R. Walgreen
Business
11-Nov-1935   Former CEO, Walgreen's drugstores


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