PhillyTrib.com: “Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Delta Eta Alumni Association, celebrated 61 years of achievement at its 2013 Homecoming on Sept. 28″:
James E. Andrews, Delta Eta Alumni Association president, takes on every project with energy and enthusiasm. “The Delta Eta chapter holds a unique position within Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. It is one collective chapter including the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, Villanova University, Ursinus College, Community College of Philadelphia, Temple University, St. Joseph’s University and Arcadia University accounting for this group being known as, ‘The City Chapter.’ Since the chapter’s beginning in 1952, our members have made a difference in all fields of human endeavor. We make the difference by our service, involvement and pursuit of excellence,” Andrews said.
Officers serving with Andrews are: J. Ronald White, vice president; Jerry J. Martin, treasurer; Thomas E. Munlyn, secretary and Luimbe Domingos, webmaster.
Andrews and homecoming committee members are congratulated for making this event such a success. J. Ronald White served as chairman and Tom Munlyn did a terrific job as the evening’s master of ceremonies. Other committee members were Akeem Franklyn, Dereck C. Scott, Eric W. Capers, Jerry J. Martin, Brad Larkin, Herbert L. Scott, Thomas E. Munlyn, James D. Johnson, Calvin C. Christopher, Luimbe Domingosand Anthony P. Carey.
Outstanding Kappa Alpha Psi members who made inspiring remarks and/or were acknowledged during the evening were: Ernest H. Brown, interim executive director; Bruce Rush, Philadelphia Alumni Chapter polemarh; (President) Mark Canty Jr., Delta Eta ’52 who is distinguished as the first Scroller (Pledgee); Zicky Villette, Delta Eta Chapter Polemarch; Arthur A. Davis Jr., Burlington, Camden Alumni Polemarch; A. Bruce Crawley, Alonzo Kittrels and many undergraduate chapter members. The common thread of remarks reflected pride, unity and history. Bruce Rush drew lively applause with the mention of 1243 Allegheny Ave.