Notable Chapter Alumni

Samuel M. Alvis, Jr. ’32, senior engineer at Remington Arms Co. during WWII, instrumental to the establishment of the Remington Arms Museum

C. Archie Hahn, Jr. ’35, son of Olympic gold medalist and hall of fame track athlete Archie Hahn

Donal Dinnwiddie ’40, editor in chief of Popular Mechanics

William K. Dove ‘41, decorated WWII veteran and former Commandant of Cadets at Staunton Military Academy

Richard C. Hastings, Jr. ’41, decorated WWII veteran and senior executive at The Stanley Works, great nephew of President Grover Cleveland, completed studies at Trinity College

Leroy W. Neustedter ’42, WWII veteran and UVA football letterman under Frank Murray and Art Gueppe 

Charles L. Brown ‘43, former chairman and CEO of AT&T, WWII veteran, namesake of UVA engineering library

Hon. Russell M. Carneal ’43, WWII veteran, legislator in the Virginia House of Delegates, judge of the Virginia Ninth Circuit

Lewis Benton “Bud” Stevens, Jr. ’43, decorated WWII veteran and lifelong educator in Norfolk, Virginia

Sam W. Crickenberger 49, former executive director of the Virginia Pharmacists Association

Harry W. Laubscher ’50, prominent Wall Street market analyst; served Delta Upsilon for two years as a traveling representative and eight years as a director, including four terms as Secretary and two terms as Assistant Secretary.

Hon. Robert G. Doumar ’51, senior judge United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, presided over Hamdi vs. Rumsfeld (2002), Double Hoo

O. Edward Pollock ’51, Dean of Students at Union College, VP and Director of Student Services at Wright State University, VP at Hood College, Director of the Daytona Beach Community College Foundation; served Delta Upsilon for seven years as a director, two terms as Chairman, two terms as President, and nine years as a trustee of the Delta Upsilon Educational Foundation

Hon. E. Earle Zehmer ’52, chief justice First District Court of Appeals in Florida, namesake of the annual E. Earle Zehmer National Moot Court competition

George N. McMath ’53, former state GOP chairman in Virginia, elected eight times to Virginia House of Delegates, head of newspaper conglomerate Atlantic Publications, celebrated community servant on the Eastern Shore

Maj. Gen. Francis J. Toner ‘54, highly decorated US Army combat veteran, served as vice director of logistics for the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Lt. Col. Alden G. Hannum ‘55, highly decorated US Army officer and Vietnam veteran

Robert “Bobby” H. Mincer ‘58, second generation owner of Mincer’s sportswear in Charlottesville

Ronald P. Slaughter ‘60, father of the Seminole Trail Fire Department and celebrated community volunteer in Charlottesville

Randolph B. Campbell, PhD ‘61, preeminent historian on the State of Texas, Triple Hoo

Colin C. Blaydon ‘62, dean emeritus of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

Henry D. Sayer III ‘62, project architect for notable medical institutions, including St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia and the University of Connecticut Health Center

Edward J. Delattre, PhD ‘63, President of St. John’s College (1980-1986), renowned professor of ethics, and author of Character and Cops: Ethics in Policing, which as been used by police worldwide

Samuel Alexander Garrison III ‘63, counsel to Vice President of the United States (Spiro Agnew), chief minority counsel during the Nixon Impeachment, celebrated civil rights advocate

Richard A. Lutz, PhD ‘71, marine biologist and internationally recognized deep-sea oceanographer

Willet M. Kempton, Jr. PhD ‘72, nationally renowned expert in renewable energy fields, associate director and founder of the Center for Research in Wind at the University of Delaware

Jack P. Jennings II ‘77, former senior member of the Federal Reserve Board and expert to the International Monetary Fund

Very Rev. Daniel J. McLearen ‘77, rector of the Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut

Charles Turner ‘79, former senior executive and CFO of Pier 1 Imports

Peter Quick ‘79, former president of the American Stock Exchange (now NYSE American)

Louis J. Cusano ‘82, associate general counsel for New York University

Kyle A. Shaw, Jr. ‘83, founder and managing partner of ShawKwei & Partners

Peter Seidler ’83, chairman of the San Diego Padres

Owen Hannay ‘84, founder and CEO of Slingshot, trustee UVA School of Architecture Foundation

Col. Anderson “Andy” B. Owan, PhD ‘84, retired US Air Force officer and director of the doctoral program in clinical psychology at Regent University

Rip Gerber ‘85, entrepreneur and international best-selling author

Daniel J. LeFrancois ‘85, California winemaker and founder of Brass Tacks, Zinfandelic, and Wine Spots, former Vice President of Merchandising for

Douglas T. Kendall ‘86, founder and former president of the Constitutional Accountability Center, contributor to The Federalist Society, Double Hoo

Buddy Blaha ‘87, senior managing director at Arma Partners, three time NCAA qualifier UVA Wrestling, married to New York Times best-selling author Emily Giffin (Law ‘97)

John P. Connaughton ‘87, co-managing partner of Bain Capital, board of directors of UVA Investment Management Company, board of trustees for Berklee College of Music

Kurt B. Harrison ‘87, senior member at Russell Reynolds Associates, board of governors for UVA Alumni Association, board of governors for The Colonnade Club

John J. Cacheris ‘88, son of federal judge John C. Cacheris and nephew to acclaimed criminal defense attorney Plato Cacheris

Erik Westerlund, MD, FACS ‘90, fellow of the American College of Surgeons

Hon. Donald M. Haddock Jr. ‘93, chief judge Alexandria General District Court

Brian T. Mangino ’95, corporate partner at renowned law firm Fried Frank, recognized by Chambers Global and Chambers USA, Double Hoo

Phil Cox ‘96, Republican political strategist

Norman T.S. Flecker ‘96, US Army officer and helicopter pilot, namesake of UVA ROTC award

R. Cameron Garrison ’96, managing partner of Lathrop GPM (formerly Lathrop Gage), one of the oldest continuously running law firms west of the Mississippi River

John D. Molesphini ‘98, senior executive at Nasdaq’s eVestment

Charles W. “Chip” Ransler IV ’01, professor at UVA Darden School of Business and McIntire School of Commerce, Double Hoo

Thomas N. Bannard ‘06, board member of Virginia Recovery Foundation, program coordinator for Rams in Recovery, and community leader in the Richmond area