On December 16, 1962, The St. Petersburg Alumni Chapter became the 18th alumni chapter chartered in the Southern Province. Since its charter the chapter has hosted two Province meetings: the 27th, held on April 7-9, 1977; and the 41st, held on May 9-12, 1991. In addition, our chapter has hosted a Founder’s Day Celebration and Town Hall Meeting with the former Grand Polemarch, Samuel C. Hamilton, in January 2005.
For over 58 years the St. Petersburg Alumni Chapter has always been driven to provide service in the public’s interest and in the community it serves. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. was created by ten men with a vision to join like-minded men of culture, patriotism, and honor in a bond of fraternity in the interest of human kind. Our chapter take pride in making a positive impact in the community we serve and in the lives of the young men we mentor, through our Kappa League and Guide Right Programs.
- The chapter has 8 Fifty Year Members
- 17 Life Members
- 4 Southern Province Life Members and;
- Home of past Southern Province Vice-Polemarch Brother Cecil Keene
Polemarch – Brother Charles Montana
Vice Polemarch – Brother Evan Marshall
Keeper of Records – Brother Johnnie Crawford
Keeper of Exchequer – Brother Seymour Brown, Jr.
Strategus – Brother Martenez Miggins
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Kappaversaries (50+ yrs in the BOND)
Other key dates
For the Good of Kappa
Brother Tyrone Laury
Brother Andrew Nicholas
Brother Nicholas has been a respiratory therapist for eight years. His role is to aid in the recovery of patients by managing complex diagnostic and life support systems, administer medication, breathing treatments, and identify changes in condition to regulate breathing.
During the pandemic he has used his knowledge and skills to care for patients that contracted the COVID-19 virus. The virus attacks the lungs, making it difficult, if not impossible for a patient to breath.
Brother Nicholas continually rises to the challenge and works to save as many lives as he can, during this pandemic.
Thank you for your service on the front line Brother Nicholas!