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KA Blazers on Sale for ONE WEEK!

Published on: September 23, 2016

Once again, Kappa Alpha Order has teamed up with Blaze-In Sportswear to offer sharp-looking blazers at an affordable costs to our undergraduate and alumni members. Set yourself apart and show off your KA pride with this blazer that features KA’s coat of arms and logo on a bold lining of crimson and gold stripes. In…

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KA Named as Executive Vice President of Memphis Medical Society

Published on: September 17, 2016

Clint F. Cummins (Delta Upsilon–Tennessee-Martin ’00) was named as the new executive vice president for the Memphis Medical Society, replacing longtime executive vice president, Michael Cates. Clint served the Order from 2005 to 2008, working for the National Administrative Office as an Associate Director for Chapter Development. “I look forward to serving in my new role at the Medical Society,” Clint said….

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Province Commander Banks Named to 20 Under 40 and 50 Most Influential People Listings

Published on: September 1, 2016

L. Charles “Charlie” Banks, Jr. (Delta Epsilon–Newberry College ’02) was named to the 2016 Parker Poe 50 Most Influential People by the Greater Columbia Business Monthly. Compiled from nominations, news reports, and research, the list represents the “people who have made things happen the previous year in the areas of business, government, nonprofits, sports, the…

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Emory Alumnus Named Habitat ReStore Volunteer of the Month

Published on: August 30, 2016

Matthew R. Levy (Epsilon–Emory ’10) was named “ReStore Volunteer of the Month” for the Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. Matthew has been volunteering at the ReStore since May because he wanted to “give back and help the community while working with a great group of people.”

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Shelton Named Assistant Executive Director of Southeastern Interfraternity Conference

Published on: August 30, 2016

Todd Shelton (Delta Lambda–Middle Tennessee State ’91) was named the Assistant Executive Director for Vendor and Associate Member Programs for the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC). Todd, who served as the Director of Communications and Editor of The Kappa Alpha Journal from 2002 until 2005, is currently the Assistant Executive Director of Communication & Technology for Pi Kappa Phi…

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Province Commander Pinson Named CEO of Trinity Multifamily

Published on: August 25, 2016

Trinity Multifamily added the title of CEO to their current president, H. David “Dave” Pinson (Epsilon Zeta–Arkansas Tech ’00). Dave, who is the Commander of Kappa Alpha Order’s Howard P. Locke Province, succeeds Cliff Cabaness (Delta Eta–Arkansas State ’88) who co-founded the company in 2003 with John Baxter. “I have always been of the mindset…

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Holden Named to North Carolina High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame

Published on: August 24, 2016

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association named Leroy Holden (Delta Alpha–Western Carolina ’66) to their prestigious Hall of Fame. The eight person class for 2016 is the 30th group of inductees in the 180 member hall of fame. They were selected based on their long-term contributions to hight school interscholastic athletics in the NCHSAA. Hoden…

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The Kappa Alpha Journal Preview Videos – Summer 2016

Published on: August 23, 2016

Army Staff Sergeant Luke Murphy (Gamma Eta–Florida State ’09) was the Squad Leader of an 11 man Reconnaissance Team with the 187th Infantry Regiment, a component of the 101st Airborne Division. On his second deployment when he lost his right leg above the knee and severely injured his left leg in an Explosively Formed Penetrator…

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Texas A&M-Commerce Alumni Chapter – Summer 2016 Update

Published on: August 22, 2016

The Texas A&M-Commerce Alumni Chapter held its Annual Alumni Golf Tournament on May 21st, 2016 at Buffalo Creek Golf Club in Rockwall, Texas. As usual, the tournament celebrated an outstanding day of brotherhood including approximately 100 brothers ranging from undergraduates to founding members. The annual event included a calcutta, raffle and auction raising over $5,000 for…

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Passing of James C. Young

Published on: August 22, 2016

Kappa Alpha Order is sad to report the passing of James C. Young (Gamma Kappa–Oklahoma City ’52). Brother Young was 84 years old and passed away in Houston, Texas on August 4, surrounded by family. After graduating in 1949 from the Missouri Military Academy in Mexico, Missouri, Brother Young enlisted in the U.S. Army, serving during the Korean War….

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