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Chronological History of Phi Chi Medical Fraternity, Inc.

1889-1899 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000

 


Irvin Abell
AM, MD, RACS
AA 1897
1st Grand Presiding Senior- 1897
Chairman of Ritual Committee- 1905

1889
March 31
Caleb Wakefield Clark called a meeting for the organization of a society in The University of Vermont. Eastern
  April 5 Phi Chi Society adapted as name for new organization. Eastern
1894
October 26
Meeting called by A. Harris Kelly in Louisville to organize the Phi Chi Medical Fraternity. Southern
1895 November 16 Beta of Eastern Phi Chi instituted in Baltimore Medical College. Eastern
1896
January 26
New badge adopted by Southern Phi Chi.  Cross, Bones and Skull as designed by William J Foley, AA 1897. Southern
  November 17 Colors adopted.  Olive Green and White. Southern
  December 12 Beta of Southern Phi Chi installed. Southern
  December 19 Gamma of Southern Phi Chi installed. Southern
  1897


February 26


Call for Grand Chapter Convention of Southern Phi Chi issued.
Delta of Southern Phi Chi installed.
This date later selected as Founders' Day.
Southern

    February 27
Union Meeting of Southern Phi Chi Chapters in Louisville, A, B, Γ, Δ. Southern
    May 30
Preliminary Session of First Phi Chi Grand Chapter.
Committees appointed.
Southern
    June 28


First Regular Session of Grand Chapter.
Irvin Abell, G.P.S.
Constitution and Ritual adopted.
Badge of Alpha adopted.
Southern


  1898

March 23-24

Second Grand Chapter Convention, Louisville.
Irvin Abell, G.P.S.
A, B, Γ, Δ represented.
Southern

  1899

March 24-25

Third Grand Chapter Convention, Louisville.
Alexander W. Nettleroth, G.P.S.
E and Θ chartered.
Southern

  1900
March 21-22
Fourth Grand Chapter Convention, Louisville.
C. Norton Mourning, G.P.S.
Southern
    March 13 Gamma of Eastern Phi Chi instituted. Eastern
  1901


March 21-22


Fifth Grand Chapter Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.
Hart Goodloe, G.P.S.
C. Norton Mourning, Presiding Officer.
Six chapters represented, A, B, Γ, Δ, E, Θ.
Southern


  1902

February 21-22

Sixth Grand Chapter Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.
William N. Offut, G.P.S.
H, K, O chartered.
Southern

    March 22 Delta of Eastern Phi Chi instituted. Eastern
  1903


February 16-17


Seventh Grand Chapter Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.
W. Emmett Gardner, G.P.S.
The Phi Chi Quarterly Founded - Williams of Omicron.
Southern

    February 16 Θ of Eastern Phi Chi instituted Eastern
    December 9 X of Southern Phi Chi chartered. Southern
  1904

February 17-18

Eighth Grand Chapter Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.
John B. Richardson, G.P.S.
I & Φ chartered.
Southern

    February 26
Alpha of Eastern ΦΧ calls a convention of ΦΧ Society Chapters; A, B, Γ, Δ, E, Θ, to meet in Burlington, Vt. Eastern
    April 1


The Phi Chi Quarterly appears. Twenty-four pages, Herbert Bronner, Editor-in-chief.
Fifteen active chapters.
Nine Chapter letters.
Southern


    June 5 First Convention of Phi Chi, East. Eastern
  1905
February 28
Ninth Grand Chapter Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Leigh F. Hunt, G.P.S.
Southern
    March 1-2
Λ, Σ, Π, ΣΘ, Ρ, Τ, Ψ chartered.  Dalferes P. Curry, Chairman of Extension Committee. Southern
    March 5






Consolidation of The Phi Chi Society and The Phi Chi Medical Fraternity, Inc., in Baltimore, Md.
New badge adopted (present design); ΦΧ (southern) retains control of Grand Chapter; all Eastern chapters except Alpha change names and accept ritual, customs and traditions of Southern fraternity.
Fred L. Koonts succeeds Herbert Bronner as Editor-in-Chief of The Phi Chi Quarterly.
United






  1906



February 8-9



Tenth Grand Chapter Convention, Richmond, Va.
Alfred Henry, G.P.S.
Υ, ΑΘ, ΣΜΧ chartered.
Phi Chi has twenty-six active chapters.
Curry relieved of Chairmanship of Extension Committee.
 
  1907

January 1-2

Eleventh Grand Chapter Convention, New Orleans, La.
J. Warren Knepp, G.P.S.
ΠΣ, Ξ, ΦΣ, Χ, Θ chartered.
 
  1908



January 1-3



Twelfth Grand Chapter Convention, Baltimore, Md.
Thomas Spec Jones, G.P.S.
ΚΨ, ΠΔΦ, ΥΠ chartered.
T. B. Pearson elected Associate Editor of The Phi Chi Quarterly.
 
  1909

January 1-2

Thirteenth Grand Chapter Convention, Atlanta, Ga.
David E. Baird, G.P.S.
ΦΒ, Ι, Π, ΘΥ, ΨΡΣ chartered.
 
  1910



January 1



Fourteenth Grand Chapter Convention, Chicago, Il.
Charles D. Humes, G.P.S.
Arch B. Elkin succeeds Fred L. Koontz as Editor-in-Chief of The Phi Chi Quarterly.
ΦΧ has thirty-four chapters.
 
    July 1
First History of ΦΧ  appears.
T. B. Pearson, author.
 
    December 28-30






Fifteenth Grand Chapter Convention, Louisville, Ky.
Lorenzo F. Luckie, G.P.S.
"Doodle" adopted as official Grand Chapter slogan.
T. B. Pearson succeeds Arch B. Elkin as editor-in-chief of The Phi Chi Quarterly.
T. Elmer Grubbs, Associate.
ΚΔ, ΑΜ, ΦΡ chartered.
ΦΧ has thirty-seven chapters.
 
  1911

 

December 29-31



Sixteenth Grand Chapter Convention, Indianapolis, In.
George N. Leavell, G.P.S.
ΣΥ chartered.
The Doodle design makes its first appearance in The Phi Chi Quarterly.
 
  1912
December 30
The Phi Chi Quarterly issues preliminary lists for The Phi Chi Directory.  
    December 29-31


XVII Grand Chapter Convention, Philadelphia, Pa.
George C. Amerson, G.P.S.
Consolidation of medical colleges reduces Phi Chi active chapter roll to thirty-one chapters.
 
  1913




December 29-31




XVIII Grand Chapter Convention, St. Louis, Mo.
Arch. B. Elkin, G.P.S.
Pennant adopted.
Δ, Β, Γ chartered.  Old names to new chapters.
Grubbs and Pearson begin work on The Phi Chi Directory supported by the QPGS and DT Law.
 
  1914

December 29-31

XIX Grand Chapter Convention, Richmond, Va.
Charles W. Hibbitt, G.P.S.
E, AB, ΛP, KY chartered.


Eben J. Carey, MD
Pi Delta Phi 1923
Chairman, Executive Trustees
1916-1938
Grand Treasurer
1932-1949
Editor-in-Chief
1932-1947

  1915


  No Convention.
First Quinquennial Edition of The Phi Chi Directory appears edited by Pearson and Grubbs. (Phi Chi has thirty-seven active chapters- 6,790 initiated members).
  1916


December 28-30


XX Grand Chapter Convention, Galveston, Tx.
R. Stanton Sherman, G.P.S.
XY and YN organized by Eben J. Carey.
Eben J. Carey elected Chairman, Executive Trustees.
  1918
  No convention on account of The War.
YZ and YI chartered.

 

1919
December 28-30
Twenty-first Grand Chapter Convention, Baltimore, Md.
Ralph E. Duncan, G.P.S.
1920




  Second Quinquennial Directory appears.
KP, ΔΠ, KX, YΣ organized by James P. Simonds, Pearson, Carey and Saunders, respectively.
Kappa Rho is a revival of ΨΡΣ.
Albert F. Saunders appointed Chairman of Bureau of Extension.
1921


December 28-30


XXII Grand Chapter Convention, Cincinnati, Oh.
Ralph E. Duncan, G.P.S.
EX, TB organized by Albert F. Saunders.
I, B, E, ΛP rechartered.
 
1922



  EΔ, BM, ΠM, ΓΣ, TO, OK chartered by Albert F. Saunders.
Grand Secretary's first official visit to Eastern and Northern chapters.
Merger of Pi Mu Honor Society and Phi Chi.
 
1923




December 28-30




Fifty-three chapters: 11,030 members.
Twenty-third Grand Chapter Convention, Chicago, Il.
H. Bryson Miller, G.P.S.
Eben J. Carey, Presiding Officer.
MΓ chartered.
Convention Fund established.
 
  1925
December 29-31
XXIV Grand Chapter Convention, Montreal, Quebec.
54 Chapters; 12,169 members.
 
  1927


December 28-30


Twenty-fifth Grand Chapter Convention, Dallas, Tx.
56 Chapters: 13,567 members.
Albert F. Saunders, G.P.S.
T. B. Pearson, G.S., elected for life.
 
  1932



August 25-28



XXVI Grand Chapter Convention, San Francisco, Ca.
61 Chapters: 16,504 members.
NΣ, ΔΦ, ΘΒΠ, ΔΚΥ, ΔΥ, chartered by Albert F. Saunders, Chairman of Extension Committee.
Albert F. Saunders, G.P.S.
 
    November 20 AΦΣ and ΛΣ chartered by Albert Saunders.  
    December 12



Death of Theodore B. Pearson, G.S.
Emergency meeting of Executive Trustees.
Albert F. Saunders appointed G.S.
Eben J. Carey, G.T. and Editor-in-Chief of Phi Chi Quarterly, CXT.
 
  1933
December 17
ΓX chartered by Albert F. Saunders.
64 chapters: 18,541 members.
 
  1934 May 26 ΩΥΦ chartered by Albert F. Saunders.  


Albert F. Saunders, MD
Σ 1918
Grand Secretary
1935-1951
Grand Secretary/Treasurer
1951-1981
Welfare Association
Secretary/Treasurer
1949
Grand Presiding Senior
1923-1932
Chairman of
Bureau of Extension
1919-1977

1935
May 17
TK chartered by Albert F. Saunders.
66 chapters.

 

  December 26-28










XXVII Grand Chapter Convention, Philadelphia, Pa.
Wallace B. Hamby, Grand Presiding Junior presided in absence of C. Edward Cocks, Grand Presiding Senior.
Confirmations of interim action of Executive Trustees: Central Office divided into two parts (1) the office of Secretary to be performed by Albert F. Saunders, and  (2) office of Editor-in-Chief of The Phi Chi Quarterly, G.T. and CXT to be performed by Eben J. Carey.
66 chapters organized.
Other officers elected were Wallace B. Hamby, G.P.S.; J. W. P. Love, G.P.J.; Jacob E. Reisch, Member, Executive Trustees.
1938




August 18-20




Twenty-eight Grand Chapter Convention, Memphis, Tn.
Wallace B. Hamby, G.P.S., presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.
Eben J. Carey, CXT; Editor-in-Chief The Phi Chi Quarterly.
Wallace B. Hamby, G.P.S.
 
1948
February 21
Phi Alpha Gamma merger completed.
ΦΑ and ΦΑΓ of Phi Chi chartered and installed.
 
  February 26 EK chartered.  
  1949



July 29



Phi Chi Welfare Association incorporated.
Board of Directors- Jacob E. Reisch, president; Michael J. Carey, vice president; Albert F. Saunders, secretary-treasurer; Don F. Cathcart, member; Dougal M. Dollar, member.
 
    August 20
Death of Irvin Abell, first Grand Presiding Senior of Phi Chi.  
    December 28-30









XXXI Grand Chapter Convention, Galveston, Houston, Tx.
Dougal M. Dollar, presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.
Official Phi Chi Key authorized.
Phi Chi Honor Award established.
Meeting of Board of Directors of Phi Chi Welfare Association.
Officers elected: Don F. Cathcart, G.P.S.; Edward W. Griffey, G.P.J; Michael J. Carey, member, Executive Trustees.
 
  1950
May
Eben J. Carey Memorial Award in Anatomy plaques distributed to chapters.  
    October
Sixth edition of Phi Chi Directory.
Official Phi Chi Key available.
 
  1951





December 27-29





XXXII Grand Chapter Convention, New York City.
Don F. Cathcart, G.P.S., presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T., Jacob E. Reisch, CXT
Doctors of allied sciences were admitted to Associate Membership.
Officers elected: Paul Wood, G.P.S.; Michael J. Carey, G.P.J.; Don F. Cathcart, Member, Executive Trustees.

Jacob E. Reisch, MD
YI 1928
Chairman, Executive Trustees
1951-1986
Welfare Association
President
1949
Grand Presiding Senior
1940-1947
  1952 March 3 BX chapter chartered
  1953 December 11 BA chapter chartered

 

  December 28-30





XXXIII Grand Chapter Convention, Omaha, Nebraska
Michael J. Carey, G.P.J. Presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T., Jacob E. Reisch, CXT
Officers elected: Michael J. Carey, G.P.S.; Rudy F. Sievers, G.P.J.; Don F. Cathcart, Member, Executive Trustees.
1955 May 21 MΣ chapter chartered.
  December 27-29




XXXIV Grand Chapter Convention, New Orleans, La.
Michael J. Carey, G.P.S. presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T., Jacob E. Reisch, CXT
Officers elected: Rudy F. Sievers, G.P.S.; Edward W. Griffey, G.P.J.; Michael J. Carey, Member, Executive Trustees.
 
  1957
May 3
Death of past Grand Presiding Senior Douglas M. Dollar, Louisville, Ky.  
    July 4
Death of Phi Chi's only non-professional member, Mr. Hugh Roy Cullen.  
    December 28-30






XXXV Grand Chapter Convention, Detroit, Mich.
Rudy F. Sievers, G.P.S. presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T.
Jacob E. Reisch, CXT
Officers elected. Edward F. Griffey, G.P.S.; Frank E. Barnes, Jr. G.P.J.; Albert F. Saunders, re-elected G.S.T., Jacob E. Reisch, re-elected CXT; Michael J. Carey, re-elected Member, Executive Trustees.

 

  1959

June 12

Sudden death of Michael J. Carey, Council Bluffs, Iowa.  Dr. Carey was a past G.P.S. and was serving as a Member of the Executive Trustees.

Michael J. Carey, MD.
ΠP 1926
Grand Presiding Senior
1953-1955
Grand Presiding Junior
1951-1953
Welfare Association
Vice-President
1949
  December 29-31



XXXVI Grand Chapter Convention, Dallas, Tx.
Edward W. Griffey, G.P.S., presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T., Jacob E. Reisch, CXT.
Milford O. Rouse, G.P.J.; Rudy F. Sievers, Member, Executive Trustees.
1960 February 26 Ω of Phi Chi chartered.
    Michael J. Carey Senior Service Award first presented to chapters.
1961




December 28-30




XXXVII Grand Chapter Convention, Milwaukee, Wis.
Frank E. Barnes, Jr. G.P.S., presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S., Jacob E. Reisch, CXT
Officers elected: Frank E. Barnes, Jr. re-elected G.P.S.; Richard T. Shore, G.P.J.; Rudy F. Sievers, Member, Executive Trustees.
 
1962 May 21 YB of Phi Chi chartered.  
1963 February 22 ΦΣT of Phi Chi chartered.  
  1964
June 23
Death of Grand Presiding Senior Frank E. Barnes, Jr. in an airplane crash.  
    December 27-29





XXXVIII Grand Chapter Convention. New Orleans.
Rudy F. Sievers, Member of the Executive Trustees and past G.P.S. presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T.; Jacob E. Reisch, CXT
Officers elected: Rudy F. Sievers, again elected G.P.S.; Maurice M. Vick, G.P.J. Raymond A. Hurm, Member, Executive Trustees.
 
  1967
  Special Reference Issue of The Phi Chi Quarterly, Volume 64, Number 1, issued.  
  1969











December 27-29











XXXIX Grand Chapter Convention, New Orleans.
Rudy F. Sievers, G.P.S., presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T.; Jacob E. Reisch, CXT
Legislation was passed at this meeting to provide an ex-officio student member be added to the Executive Trustees so that experience regarding the activities and duties of the Executive Trustees could be gained.
Officers elected: Woodard D. Beacham, G.P.S.; John Guy, G.P.J.; Albert F. Saunders, re-elected G.S.T. (10-year term); Jacob E. Reisch, CXT and Editor-in-Chief The Phi Chi Quarterly (10-year term); Rudy F. Sievers, Member, Executive Trustees; Richard Dolinar, Member, Executive Trustees ex-officio.
 
  1970 August 2 YT of Phi Chi chartered.  
  1973






December 27-29






XL Grand Chapter Convention, Jekyll Island, Ga.
Woodward D. Beacham, G.P.S. presiding.
Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T.; Jacob E. Reisch, CXT
Legislation was passes at this meeting to make women eligible for membership in the Fraternity on an equal basis with men.
Officers elected: Rudy F. Sievers, G.P.S.; George Davis, G.P.J.; Woodward D. Beacham, Member, Executive Trustees; Richard Seifert, Member, Executive Trustee ex-officio.
 
  1977






December 27-29






XLI Grand Chapter Convention, Chicago.
Rudy F. Sievers, G.P.S., presiding.
Jacob E. Reisch, CXT
Legislation was passed nominating Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T., for a lifetime term.  He has served in this capacity for 47 years.
Officers elected: George R. Davis, G.P.S.; Joseph J. Roh, G.P.J.; Rudy F. Sievers, Member, Executive Trustees; David Sloan, Member, Executive Trustees Ex-Officio.
 
  1981


February 3


Death of Albert F. Saunders, G.S.T. Dr. Saunders has served the Fraternity as Grand Secretary for 51 years and was responsible for chartering more than 18 chapters.
Rudy F. Sievers was named G.S. pro tem.
 
    December 4 YA of Phi Chi chartered.  
    December 28-30







XLII Grand Chapter, Louisville, Ky.
Rudy F. Sievers, Member Executive Trustees and G.S.T. pro tem, presiding.
Jacob E. Reisch, Chairman, Executive Trustees.
Officers elected: Daniel H. Cannon, G.P.S.; Joseph B. Eisenach, G.P.J.; Rudy F. Sievers, G.S.T. (10-year term); Jacob E. Reisch, CXT and Editor-in-Chief, The Phi Chi Quarterly, (re-elected for 10-year term); Arthur H. Keeney, Member, Executive Trustees.
 
  1986









November 22-23









XLIII Grand Chapter Convention, New Albany, In.
Daniel H. Cannon, G.P.S., presiding.
Rudy F. Sievers, G.S.T.
Jacob E. Reisch, CXT.
The category of Emeritus Trustees was established at this meeting.  These Trustees are to have privilege of the floor but may not be elected to office or vote at Grand Chapter meetings.
Officers elected: Daniel H. Cannon, re-elected G.P.S.; due to resignation of Rudy F. Sievers, Vernon G. Ward elected G.S.T; Joseph B. Eisenach, re-elected G.P.J.; Arthur H. Keeney, re-elected Member, Executive Trustees.
 
    December 11



Sudden death of Jacob E. Reisch, Chairman, Executive Trustees and Editor, Phi Chi Quarterly.  Dr. Reisch had served the Fraternity in many capacities for 61 years and was responsible for many fraternal innovations.
Daniel H. Cannon, G.P.S. appointed CXT pro tem.


Rudy F. Sievers, MD, Ph.D.
YN 1939
Emeritus Member,
Board of Trustees
1987
Grand Secretary
1981-1986
Grand Secretary pro tem
1981
Grand Presiding Senior
1955-1957
1964-1969
1973-1977
Grand Presiding Junior
1953-1955

  1987


March 1


The Executive trustees met in Dr. Reisch's office in Springfield, Illinois.  The decision was made that Daniel H. Cannon, AA '46, G.P.S. and Chairman pro tem be confirmed as Chairman to replace the late lamented Dr. Jacob E. Reisch.
      Mrs. Moore would see that all Phi Chi material would be packed and shipped to the new office in New Albany, Indiana.  Dr. Arthur H. Keeney elected Editor-in-Chief, The Phi Chi Quarterly.  Dr. Cannon, Associate Editor.
    August







Mrs. Bobbie Mullis had written in the Spring, notifying the Executive Trustees of the impending resignation of both herself and Mrs. Carla Lunceford.  The Trustees decided at this time to move the Valdosta, Ga. office to New Albany and thus consolidating the two offices.  Dr. Cannon offered free space in his building.  Mrs. Jo Ann Dietrich was engages as the Phi Chi Secretary, Office Manager and General Factotum.  All Welfare Alumni contributors were entered into the new computer by Valdosta.  The transfer was completed October 1, 1987.
    November 21-23







XLIV Grand Chapter Convention, New Albany, IN.
Daniel H. Cannon, G.P.S., Vernon G. Ward, G.S.T. Arthur H. Keeney, Editor-in-Chief and member of the Board of the Executive Trustees.  Rudy F. Sievers, Emeritus Member.  Dr. Cannon was confirmed CXT.  Dr. Keeney resigned and elected to the Emeritus Board.  Scott W. Schorr elected G.P.S.  Keith Legare, G.P.J., Ed Hardiman, Associate Editor, The Phi Chi Quarterly.  Joseph B. Eisenach re-elected member of the Executive Trustees.
 
  1988




September 16-18




XLV Grand Chapter Convention was held in New Albany, Indiana.
Scott Schorr. G.P.S., presiding.
A quorum not present.  Grand Chapter met as a Committee of the Whole.  A new Directory was approved and plans made for the Centennial Grand Chapter Convention in 1989.
 
  1989
March 3
Rudy F. Sievers, MD Ph.D., Upsilon Nu '39, PGPS, PGPJ, PGS/T., Emeritus Member of Board of Trustees died.  
    September 7-9
XLVI Grand Chapter, Memphis, Tennessee.  The Centennial Grand Chapter at Alpha Beta.  
      AA and AB Alumni Chapters Chartered.  


Vernon G. Ward, MD
YN 1954
Emeritus Trustee
Grand Secretary-Treasurer
 1986-2005

    The Authors Award, the Rudy F. Sievers MD, Ph.D. Award, and the T. B. Pearson MD Award instituted.  
    Name of the The Phi Chi Quarterly changed to The Phi Chi Chronicles.  
    Statutes governing alumni chapters and other By-Law changes ratified.  
    Centennial of Phi Chi and the 75th of Alpha Beta were suitably observed.  
    Because of its confusing nature, the word "National" was stricken from all references involving members and fees in the Constitution and Statutes.  
    The Grand Chapter directed the individual chapters to support their delegates at the National Convention.  
    Subscriptions and advertisements for the publication, The Phi Chi Chronicles are to be sought.  
    Special emphasis was placed on the fact that no one is a member of the Phi Chi Medical Fraternity who has not paid the required initiation fee to the Central Office, and whose Form 3 has not been registered in the Central Office.  
     

The following officers were elected:
TRUSTEES: Ray Brown, Upsilon NU '91, GPS; Melbourne Williams. MD Pi '71 GPJ; Vernon G. Ward, MD Upsilon Nu ‘54 GST; Daniel H. Cannon, MD Alpha Alpha ’46 CXT; Editor in Chief Phi Chi Quarterly (Chronicles) continued to fulfill their terms.  Scott W. Schorr, MD Zeta ‘89 Member, Edward R C. Harriman MD Chi ‘89 Associate Editor, Arthur H. Keeney, MD Alpha Alpha '45 Emeritus Member

PHI CHI WELFARE ASSOCIATION, INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Daniel H. Cannon, MD Alpha Alpha '46 President, Vernon G. Ward, MD Upsilon Nu '54 Secretary/Treasurer, Duane L. Orn, MD Kappa Chi '59 member, Andrew A. Windham, MD Theta Pi '45 Member, Joseph B. Eisenach, Mu Upsilon NU '82 Member.

 

 

 

 


Daniel H. Cannon, MD
AA 1946
Emeritus Trustee
Chairman
1987-2008
Grand Presiding Senior
1981-1986
Editor-in-Chief
1987-2013

  2001
October 19
ΣXM chapter chartered.  First Caribbean chapter at American University of the Caribbean, Cupecoy, St. Maarten
  2002
August 4
ΣTX chapter chartered. First European chapter charted in England at St. Christopher College of Medicine, Luton, England
  2007 April 20 IM chapter chartered at St. George's University, Grenada
  2011 November 4 MA chapter chartered at Medical Univeristy of the Americas, Nevis, West Indies
  2013 November 16 ΣΩ chapter chartered at St. Martinus University, Willemstad, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles
  2013 December 22 Dr. Daniel H. Cannon, AA, 1946, CXT, GPS, Editor-in-Chief, Emeritus Trustee, enters the Chapter Eternal

 

CXT Chairman, Executive Trustee   G.H. Grand Historian   D.C. Directory Committee
G.S.T. Grand Secretary-Treasurer   G.S. Grand Secretary   R.V. Ritual Revision Committee
G.P.S. Grand Presiding Senior   G.T. Grand Treasurer   C.V.C. Constitution Revision Committee
G.P.J. Grand Presiding Junior   S.A.E. Senior Associate Editor   X.C. Extension Committee
X.T. Executive Trustee   J.A.E. Junior Associate Editor      

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