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Chi Psi Fraternity

FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1841 at Union College in Schenectady, NY.

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

Location:
Nashville, TN

Founding Date:
20-May-1841

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Prince Albert II
Royalty
14-Mar-1958   Sovereign Prince of Monaco
Claude Allen
Government
11-Oct-1960   Former White House domestic policy advisor
Stephen E. Ambrose
Author
10-Jan-1936 13-Oct-2002 Band of Brothers
Bill Belichick
Football
16-Apr-1952   Head Coach, New England Patriots
Clarence Birdseye
Scientist
9-Dec-1886 7-Oct-1956 Frozen and dried food, wrapped in cellophane
Nicholas F. Brady
Government
11-Apr-1930   US Secretary of the Treasury, 1988-93
Walter E. Clark
Politician
7-Jan-1869 4-Feb-1950 Territorial Governor of Alaska, 1909-13
Jim Cooper
Politician
19-Jun-1954   Congressman, Tennessee 5th
John Heinz
Politician
23-Oct-1938 4-Apr-1991 US Senator from Pennsylvania, 1977-91
Richard Helms
Government
30-Mar-1913 22-Oct-2002 CIA Director, 1966-73
Richard Jenrette
Business
5-Apr-1929   Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette
Henry R. Luce
Business
3-Apr-1898 28-Feb-1967 Founded Time Magazine
Hugh McElhenny
Football
31-Dec-1928   NFL Hall of Fame Running Back
J. Sterling Morton
Government
22-Apr-1832 27-Apr-1902 US Secretary of Agriculture, 1893-97
William Proxmire
Politician
11-Nov-1915 15-Dec-2005 US Senator from Wisconsin, 1957-89
William W. Scranton
Politician
19-Jul-1917   Governor of Pennsylvania, 1963-67
Stansfield Turner
Government
1-Dec-1923   CIA Director, 1977-81


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