Two Trustees Join the KAOEF Board
Robert W. “Bob” Hagan (Delta Rho–Valdosta State ’74) and Richard L. Burke (Zeta–Randolph-Macon ’83) were recently added as a member of the Kappa Alpha Order Educational Foundation Board of Trustees.
Bob is the President of Sterling Healthcare, a healthcare advisory group focused on long-term, managed and senior care. He attended Valdosta State University where he earned a B.S. in Criminology and completed his post graduate studies in Guidance and Counseling. Bob served Delta Rho Chapter as Number III, IV and V, and was Vice President of the Interfraternity Council for two years. He is a past Hardeman Province Commander (1982-1986), and is active in the Atlanta and Roswell/North River Alumni Associations. In 2012, Bob was inducted into the Hardeman Court of Honor.
Bob is active in his community, being involved with Rotary, Roswell United Methodist Church, the Roswell Historical Society, and many other organizations. He has two children, Chad and Brooke, enjoys walking, reading mysteries and biographies, and is an avid tennis player.
Richard is currently the CEO and Chairman of the Board of Advanced Disposal Services, Inc., the largest privately owned environmental services company in the U.S. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Randolph-Macon College, where he served Zeta Chapter as Number II. In 2015 Richard received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Randolph-Macon Society of Alumni.
Richard and his wife Karen have been married for 28 years and have 3 children: Emily, 24, Wilson, 22 (Beta Comm.–VMI ’16) and Jack, 17. He also serves on the Board and is a past Chairman of the Environmental Research and Education Foundation. Richard is an active supporter of K9 for Warriors.