Famous Brothers

Other Famous Phi Kaps
  • Government
    • Eugene McCarthy – U.S. Senator, Minnesota (1959-1971), U.S. Congressman (1949-1959)
    • Eligio “Kika” de la Garza, II – US Congressman, 15th Congressional District (1965-1997) (Texas)
    • Richard J. Hughes – Governor of New Jersey (1962-1970); Chief Justice, New Jersey Supreme Court (1973-1979)
    • John J. Barton – Former Mayor of Indianapolis (1964-1968)
    • Joseph M. Barr – Former Mayor of Pittsburgh (1959-1970)
    • Alfonso J. Cervantes – Former Mayor of St. Louis (1965-1973)
    • Paul Hardy – Former Lt. Gov. of Louisiana (1988-1992), Secretary of State Louisiana (1976-1980)
    • Peter J. Fay – Supervisor, Library of Congress
    • Robert Bennett – Majority Whip, Ohio State Senate
  • Business
    • Paul Allen – Co-Founder Microsoft, Owner of Portland Trail Blazers & Seattle Seahawks
    • Paul Galvin – Founder Motorola
    • Paul Allaire – Former President, Chairman and CEO, Xerox
    • Ronald L. Zarrella – Former Chairman and CEO, Bausch & Lomb Inc., 2001-2008
    • Mike Eckert – CEO of Pathfire, Former President of The Weather Channel
    • James J. Clerkin, Jr. – President, General Telephone
    • Charles E. Arch – President, Blistex, Inc.
    • Pierre F. Lavedan – Vice-President of General Dynamics
    • John Lobbia – CEO of Detroit Edison
    • Thomas Patton – President, Republic Steel
    • Peter A. Peterson – Vice-President of Bristol Myers
    • Richard Stegmeier – President and CEO, Union Oil of CA
  • Media
    • Ed McMahon – Actor: Announcer Tonight Show, Host Star Search
    • Bob Hope – Actor/Comedian and Famous United Service Organizations Performer (Honorary)
    • Sean Stephenson – Therapist, Lecturer, and Author
    • Keegan-Michael Key – Comedian: MADtv, Key & Peele
    • Brian Baker – Actor: Sprint PCS Commercials
    • Jim Rowe – National Editor, Wathing Post
    • Frank Starzel – Former Head of the Associated Press
    • John B. Cotter, Jr. – Editor, Washington Post
  • Sports
    • Ray Meyer – DePaul Men’s Basketball Coach, 1945 NIT Championship, Basketball Hall of Fame
    • Ed Macauley – AP Player of the Year, All-American at St. Louis University, Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, Played for: St. Louis Hawks, Boston Celtics, NBA All-Star
    • Jim Stillwagon – Lombardi Trophy and Outland Trophy Winner @ Ohio State University, CFL All-Star
    • Bob Aspromonte – (3rd Baseman) Brooklyn Dodgers/ LA Dodgers, Houston Astros, Atlanta Braves, & New York Mets
    • Paul Giel – (Pitcher) New York/San Francisco Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates, Minnesota Twins, Kansas City Athletics
    • Ed Don George – Professional Wrestler and Promoter, Member of Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum
    • John Engel – 1931 NCAA Division I Wrestling National Champion (118 lb. Division)
    • Dale Rohr – Vice President, Kansas City Royals
    • Ken Bailey – Controller of National Basketball Association
  • Academia
    • Patrick Ellis – Former President of LaSalle University (1977-1992) and The Catholic University of America (1992-1998)
    • Gary A. Thobidau – Former President of University of Wisconsin
    • Rev. William C. McInnes – Former President of Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (1977-1989), University of San Francisco (1972 to 1977) and Fairfield University (1964 to 1973)
    • Brother Joesph Burke – Former President of LaSalle University
  • Religion
    • Pope John Paul II – 264th Pope (Honorary)
    • Theodore Edgar McCarrick – Archbishop Emeritus of Washington
    • John Krol – Archbishop of Philadelphia
    • Cardinal Donald Wuerl – Archbishop of Washington
    • His Eminence John Wright – Worcester, MA
    • Ralph Rohner – Dean, Catholic University Law School
    • Most Rev. Bernard J. Flanagan in Worcester, MA
    • His Eminence John Krol in Philadelphia, PA