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Cary Alumni Charter Members
The Cary Alumni Founders:

Charles E. Anderson crossed the burning sands at Alpha Mu Chapter, Lincoln University in 1938. Brother Anderson had a long and distinguished career as a professor and department chairman at the University of Wisconsin. Brother Anderson retired from the University of Wisconsin after many years of service. Upon retirement, Brother Anderson was promoted to Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin. After retirement, Brother Anderson relocated to Raleigh, North Carolina and took a Professor Emeritus position at North Carolina State University. Brother Anderson reestablished his fraternal roots with the local Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Alumni chapters in Raleigh and Durham. Brother Anderson is also a founding brother of Boston Alumni Chapter. Brother Anderson was also one of the original Tuskegee Airmen, and a world renowned meteorologist. Occasionally, brothers in the area would see Brother Anderson on local TV.

Gary E. Burrell crossed the burning sands at Fayetteville-Fort Bragg-Pope AFB Alumni Chapter in 1979. Brother Burrell was a Wake County Sheriff Deputy.

Dean J. Marsh crossed the burning sands at Beta Epsilon Chapter, University of Pittsburgh into 1977. Brother Marsh was the "brainy" Nupe. Brother Marsh was chosen as the top Graduate student in his class at North Carolina State University in 1993. Often times, when brothers were submerged in subject matter of great difficulty, brothers would request that Brother Marsh provide interpretations in laymen terms. Brother Marsh was a Manager at International Business Machines.
Dexter Henderson crossed the burning sands at Alpha Sigma Chapter, Southern University in 1982. Brother Henderson was a Manager at International Business Machines.

Erroll T. Reese crossed the burning sands at Gamma Phi Chapter, Alabama A&M in 1981. If Brother Anderson was the leader, then Brother Reese was the second in command. Being an elderly man of 70 years old, Polemarch Anderson realized that he couldn't direct the 'young flock' without a sharp disciple that could relate to the Brothers at their level, Brother Reese was that man! Brother Reese was a Manager at International Business Machines.

Terry S. Francis crossed the burning sands at Delta Pi Chapter, Michigan State University in 1984. Brother Francis was a Manager at International Business Machines.

Steven E. Smith crossed the burning sands at Eta Psi Chapter, East Carolina University in 1975. Brother Smith owned a State Farm Insurance business in
Raleigh, North Carolina.

James “Jimmy” Clarke II crossed the burning sands at Eta Psi Chapter, East Carolina University in 1974. Brother Clarke was a founding brother of the Eta Psi Chapter at East Carolina University. Brother Clarke owned a State Farm Insurance business in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Ashley B. Vaughn crossed the burning sands at Alpha Lambda Chapter, South Carolina State University. Brother Vaughn owned a business in Angier, North Carolina.

Stewart B. Fulbright Jr. crossed the burning sands at Alpha Mu Chapter, Lincoln University in 1938. Brother Fulbright owned a Financial Services business in Durham, North Carolina.

Lindsey E. Austin crossed the burning sands at Raleigh Alumni Chapter in 1986.
Brother Austin was a Manager at International Business Machines.

Charles C. Wilson crossed the burning sands at Eta Omega Chapter, Old Dominion University in 1976. Brother Wilson was a Manager at International Business Machines.

Mark A. Laney crossed the burning sands at Raleigh Alumni Chapter in 1988. Brother Laney was a Manager at International Business Machines.
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