The Lawrenceville-Duluth (GA) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. was chartered on March 7, 2008 by forty-four dedicated brothers:
Kimball Credle, C. Douglas Johnson, Gary Bailey, Charles Barker, Sr., Terrence Caldwell, Malvin Carr, Phil Clancy, Adrian Douglass, M.D., Kim Dula, Lyndon Earley, Willie Eaton, Jr., Dwight Flowers, Heven Ford, Andrew Foster, Bobby Frazier, Kenneth Haynes, Benjamin Holmes, Maurice Horsey, Kahlil Jackson, Derrick Jenkins, Rodriquez Johnson, Steven Jones, Curtis LeBlanc, Bob Livingston, Arthur C. Lusby, Stewart McCall, Raymond McDougal, James McGriff, Greg Moultrie, Louis Negron, Gabriel Parks, Ricardo Quinn, Clayton Seals, Dolon Silimon, B. Keith Simms, Odell Taylor, Jr., Charles Thomas, Alfred Turner, Leonardo Tyler, Darryl Walker, David Wheeler, Barian Williams, Desota Wilson and Tim Wright.
With the current and projected growth and development in the northeast corridor of metropolitan Atlanta, specifically Gwinnett County, there also came the need for the presence of men of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. The chapter’s focal point was to embody the interests of the fraternity and demonstrate its ability to lead others in the community we embrace. Through our national Service programs, leadership development and personal achievements, we shall continue to uphold our Fraternity’s grand purpose.
The chapter consists of Educators, Doctors, Managers, Engineers and Military men, who continue to make great contributions to the Fraternity. Presently, the Lawrenceville-Duluth (GA) Alumni Chapter has nearly 50 active local members.