There is a long list of famous Kappa Alphas, and that’s not surprising. After all, Kappa Alpha is a place where we learned leadership and character, and that attracted men of character.
Gen. George S. Patton was an initiate of the Beta Commission of the Kappa Alpha Order. Henry McMaster, Governor of South Carolina (Rho) and Congressman Steve Womack R-Arkansas (Epsilon Zeta) are both Kappa Alpha Alums. The list goes on.
Here at Alpha Sigma Chapter, we have our very own celebrity alumni.
- RADM Richard H. Truly, USN – Initiated 1956 – NASA Astronaut; Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy; Administrator of National Aeronautics and Space Administration
- Randolph Scott – Initiated 1919 – Award-winning actor and “Western” movie star
- CAPT David S. McCampbell, USN – Initiated 1929 – Medal of Honor recipient; top U.S. Navy fighter pilot of all time, known as the “Ace of Aces”
- George W. Woodruff – Initiated 1913 – Director of the Coca-Cola Company from 1936 to 1985
We’re proud to call these men Alpha Sigma Brothers.
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