Bloomfield High School, Bloomfield, New Jersey and Glen Ridge High School, Glen Ridge, New Jersey
Operated as Gamma Beta Phi before 1922; Absorbed Gamma Tau Kappa founded in 1910
May 19, 1922 – 1943
1. Cardwell Spencer Higgins. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Academy of Design. Art Students League of New York. Internationally known portrait artist (including portraits from live sittings of Winston Churchill, Charles Lindberg and composer Rudolf Friml). Illustrator for Time Magazine, Life and several other national publications. Designed original Eastern Airlines logo. Instructor, Art League of Bloomfield.Who’s Who in American Art. Who Was Who in American Art.
2. Dr. Ralph (Jonson) Thompson. CL 1/1921. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Dartmouth College. PhD., Columbia University. U. S. Army, WW II. Professor at Rutgers University. Fulbright Professor. Associate Editor, Current History. Book columnist, New York Times. Secretary and Editor, Book of the Month Club. Editor,Time Magazine. Author, American Literary Annuals. Translator. Major figure in 1963 landmark censorship case over publication of Fanny Hill. Who’s Who in the East. Who’s Who in America. Who Was Who, Volume VII.
3. Thomas L. (Tom) Brady. CL 6/1921. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. University of Virginia.
4. Charles (Charlie) Mahrenholz. CL 1922. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter.
5. (Cornelius) Richard Egan. [Football] Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter.
6. J. Clifford Brown. CL 1/1921. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Dartmouth College. Actuary, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. Trustee, Bloomfield Historical Society.
7. Richard Platt (Dick) Cooke. CL 1/1922. Phillips Exeter Academy. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Princeton University. Drama Critic, 1939-1971, Transportation Editor, Aviation Editor, The Wall Street Journal. Aviation Writer, Barron’s Magazine. Who’s Who in America.
8. William Frisbee (Bill) Evans. CL 1/1922. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Textile sales.
9. Dr. Walter J. (Walt) Glaeser. CL 1/1921. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Gamma Tau Kappa. Stevens Institute. Optometrist.
10. Frank M. Glander. CL 6/1923. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Associate Editor, The Omega News.
11. Raymond F. (Si) Herder. CL 1/1922. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Stevens Institute.
12. Edward Albert (Red) Raisbeck Jr. CL 1/1922. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Dartmouth College.
13. C. Forrest (Forry) Lamb. CL 1/1923. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Gamma Tau Kappa.
14. John J. (Johnnie) Horan Jr. CL 1/1922. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. University of Virginia.
15. Dr. (James) Robert Wiley. CL 6/1923. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter. University of Maryland. Dentist.
16. G. Parker Huyler. CL 6/1922. Charter Member of Alpha Alpha Chapter.
17. Edward J. Hughes (Ed) Jr. CL 6/1924. [Manager Baseball] Delta Tau Delta at Dartmouth College. President, The Ballwood Company.
18. Robert A. (Busby) Walker. CL 6/1924. [Valedictorian, Captain Baseball, Basketball, Football] Captain of three sports at Amherst College.
19. Harrison (Peer of all Sharpies) Allen. CL 1/1923. Psi Upsilon at Hamilton College.
20. Fay Keyler. Newark College of Engineering. President, Chairman, O. S. Tyson and Company, Advertising. Partner, Columns, Woodcraft and Gift Shop.
21. Ulmer C. Russ Jr.
22. Allen Christine.
23. John Caldwell. Mississippi A & M University.
24. Gustave (Gus) Holmgren. CL 1/1924. Antioch College.
25. John Young Jr. Editor, The Omega News. Brother of # 46.
26. Noel B. McLean. CL 6/1923. Rutgers University. General Manager, Marine Division, Bendix Corporation. Executive Vice President, President, Chairman, EDO Corporation. Distinguished Public Service Award from the U. S. Government for sonar development and oceanography. Founder, National Security Industrial Association. Director, three Lord Abbett Funds, Director International Underwater Contractors. Founder and Chairman, National Security Industrial Association. Chairman, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Woods Hole’s geosciences laboratory is named the McLean Laboratory. Advertising Manager, The Omega News. Who Was Who, Volume VIII,
27. Edward J. Patterson.
28. Alvin Roworth.
29. Edward Pemberton (Ed) Maroney. CL 6/1924. Circulation Manager, The Omega News.
30. Charles A. Venner Jr. CL 6/1923. Assistant Football Coach, Bloomfield High School.
31. Victor (Vic) Correz. CL 6/1926.
32. LeRoy D. McLean.
33. Waldemar Maigren. CL 6/1927.
34. George Bowen.
35. George T. McKee.
36. Henry Frantzen Jr. CL 6/1925. [Football] University of Virginia.
37. Harry L. (Brandy) Brand Jr. CL 6/1926. [Football] Professional Solo Violinist. Director of Traffic, J. M. Huber Corporation. Director, Central Georgia Rail Road.
38. Albert D. Egan. CL 1/1926. [Football] Gamma Tau Kappa.
39. William H. Wadsten. CL 6/1927.
40. Earl C. (Hoagie) Hoagland. CL 6/1927. [Captain Football, Captain Basketball, Class President, Baseball] Purdue University.
41. Paul Goodale Robbins. CL 1/1928. [Football] Brother of # 63.
42. Burdette D. (Bart) Tuttle. [Football] Brother of # 43.
43. Lauren P. Tuttle. CL 1/1926. University of Missouri, Rolla. Brother of # 42.
44. Douglas H. (Shrimp) Kelly. CL 1/1927. Dartmouth College.
45. John E. (Johny) Wrigley. CL 6/1926.
46. Alexander McCall (Mack) Young. CL 1/1928. [Captain Football, Class President, President Glee Club] Dartmouth College. LLB, University of Newark. Real Estate Contractor. Brother of # 25.
47. Lamar S. (Hilt) Hilton. CL 6/1927. [Football] George Washington University.
48. *Neil Eagan. ?-?-?.
49. *Chester (Chet) Leonard. CL 1/1930. [Football, Basketball]
50. Harry F. Kelly Jr. CL 6/1927. [Basketball, Cheerleader]
52. (James) Kent (Fat) Cameron. CL 1/1928. [Football] Curtiss Flying School.
53. Lawrence C. Gordon. CL 6/1928. [Basketball, President History Club] Stevens Institute.
54. Charles T. (Charlie) Longfellow. CL 6/1928. [Manager Football] Rutgers University.
55. John B. (Lynchie) Lynch. CL 6/1928. [Cheerleader, Manager Baseball] Rutgers University.
56. Robert E. White. [Football, Baseball, Basketball]
57. John Newton (Johnny) Boyd. CL 6/1929. Antioch College.
58. Edwin J. (Eddy) Berger. CL 1/1929. [Football, Class Vice President, Manager Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleader, Chairman Junior Prom] Pennsylvania State University.
59. Samuel C. (Sam) Pierson. CL 1/1925. Grand Recorder.
60. Charles (June) O’Connor Jr. CL 6/1930. Brother of # 97.
61. Keith E. Benson. CL 6/1930. President and CEO, Long Island White Trucks. Brother-in-law of # 76.
62. (Charles) Richard (Dick) Fornoff. CL 6/1931. [Football] Account Executive, William Esty Advertising Company. Cousin of # 98.
63. Walter E. (Skinny) Robbins Jr. CL 1/1932. Brother of # 41.
64. Walter J. (Oh Yeah!) Brady. CL 1/1931. Sergeant, U. S. Army, WW II. Expediter, Bendix Corporation.
65. Alwin Henry (Al) Kleinfeldt. CL 6/1931.
66. Ernest (Ernie) Davidson. CL 6/1931. [Class President, Football, Second Team All State Football] Purdue University. Vice Principal, North Junior High School. Brother of # 98.
67. Alton Cook.
68. Dr. Thomas Oakes (Tom) Maxfield Jr. CL 6/1931. University of Virginia. Dentist.
69. Alfred H. Blaschke Jr. CL 6/1930.
70. Herbert R. (Herb) Kussrow. CL 6/1931. Syracuse University.
71. John (Jack) Cleary. CL 6/1932. [Football] Transferred from Alpha Zeta Chapter, March 12, 1929. Brother of # 84.
72. Douglas P. (Doug) Freeman. CL 1/1931. Syracuse University.
73. Albert E. (Mac) Hart Jr. CL 6/1930.
74. Harry G. Quinn. CL 6/1933.
75. Thomas H. (Flash) Adams. CL 6/1932. [Football] Notre Dame University.
76. Frederick J. (Fred) Cunard. CL 6/1929. Brother-in-law of # 61.
77. John W. (Jack) DuBois.
78. George F. Kern. CL 6/1925. Union College.
79. William A. Berger. CL 6/1933. [Vice President Student Government, Track]
80. Stanley M. (Stan) Kohler. CL 6/1932. Lehigh University.
81. James Curren. CL 6/1933. [Basketball] Brother of # 96.
82. Edwin (Eddie) Cook. CL 1933. [Basketball]
83. Earl Hanford.
84. James A. Cleary. CL 6/1934. [Football, Track] Brother of # 71.
85. Robert H. (Bob) Nimmo. CL 6/1934. [Track] Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
86. Robert E. Clarke. CL 6/1933.
87. Oliver Egginton. 03/17/1915-06/16/1931-01/1996. CL 6/1934.
88. Charles Frank. 01/01/1914-11/24/1931-?. CL 6/1934. [Football]
89. George Koch. 12/05/1917-03/01/1932-?.
90. Dr. Charles T. (Buzzard) Markert. 03/15/1916-03/01/1932-?. CL 1934. [Football, Basketball] Tufts University. M.D., Osteopath.
91. William Bochman Jr.
92. E. Donald (Fagan) Croughan. CL 6/1932. Manager, Printing Department, F. W. Woolworth.
93. Daniel (Mickey) Lynch. CL 6/1932.
94. Raymond J. (Ray) Spellar. CL 1/1933.
95. John M. (Jack) Ford. CL 6/1934. [Manager Baseball, Manager Football, Manager Basketball] Grand Historian. Captain U.S. Army.
96. Lamont W. (Montie) Curren. CL 6/1935. [Football, Basketball] Brother of # 81.
97. Richard (Dick) O’Connor. CL 1/1935. Brother of # 60.
98. Walter Albert Fornoff. CL 6/1933. Cousin of # 62.
99. Richard F. (Dick) Kleinfeldt. CL 6/1934. Brother of # 65.
100. Richard A. Wadsten. CL 1/1936.
101. Norman F. Spellar. CL 6/1934.
102. Hugh (Cab) Callery. CL 1/1935. Duke University.
103. Raymond A. (Red) Hyde. CL 6/1930. Initiated as alumnus.
104. Robert Foster. CL 1938
105. Robert J. Dare. CL 1938.
106. Edward Howard. CL 1938.
107. Herbert Kregg. CL 1938.
108. Carl E. (Pearsie) Pearson. CL 1/1936.
109. Lawrence Frank.
110. Harry (Smitty) Smith. CL 6/1933.
111. Wayne Straight. CL 6/1938. Hotel/Club Manager.
112. Frank J. Durkin. CL 6/1938.
113. Raymond Edward (Ray) Vail. CL 6/1938. U. S. Naval Aviation, WW II. Pacific Airmotive Corporation. Senior Buyer, Philipine Airlines.
114. Charles E. (Charlie) DuBois. CL 6/1938. California Department of Food for Corrections.
115. Walter White (Wally) Moore. CL 6/1937. Pilot. Builder.
116. Robert (Bob) Fischer. CL 6/1934. Casey Jones Aeronautical School. Engineer, American Airlines.
117. Richard S. (Dick) Callaghan. CL 6/1937. Account Executive, Sherwin-Williams, Incorporated.
118. Douglas Banks.
119. Douglas A. (Jolly Doug) Dresch. CL 6/1937. Seton Hall University. Lt. Colonel, U. S. Army, WW II and Korea. Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Silver Star. Plant Manager, Scientific Glass Company.
120. Robert H. Smith. CL 1938. Brother of # 131.
121. John Bermingham.
122. Robert (Bob) Moore. CL 1/1941. Third Grand Vice Princeps (6 months).
123. Bert Casey.
124. Paul (Chic) Cairns. CL 6/1940.
125. Harry Joseph Hughes.
126. John Albert (Buckshot) Durgom. CL 6/1935. Initiated as alumnus. President/Owner Durgom Concrete Pipe.
127. Philip F. (Phil) Wangner. 07/26/1920-12/07/1937-03/1981. CL 6/1938. Lafayette College.
128. Roy (Ginge) Frank. 05/16/1921-12/07/1937-?. CL 1/1941.
129. James Thomas (Gib) Gibbons Sr. CL 6/1940. Knox College. New York University Law School. Stonier Graduate School of Banking, Rutgers University. U. S. Army WW II. First National Bank of Jersey City. Vice President Maryland National Bank. President/CEO, Peoples National Bank of Central New Jersey. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry.
130. Joseph Ludwig.
131. George Townsend.
132. Edward Smith. Brother of # 119.
133. Robert Edwin (Cal) Callaghan. CL 1/1940.
134. Richard D. Moglia. CL 6/1940. Susquehanna University. Vice President and General Manager, Best Foods.
135. A. Allen (Knightie) Knight. CL 1/1942.
136. Dr. George William Bierman. Rutgers University. PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. U. S. Army, WW II. Food Technology Expert. President and Chairman of the Board, Herbert V. Shuster Company. Who’s Who in America.
137. Richard T. (Dick) Price. CL 1/1942.
138. Norman Banks. Deceased in WW II. Gold Star.