Past Chapter Presidents



NumberBeginEndName
43April 2020 Marcus Carter
42January 2019April 2020Cam Gibson
41October 2018January 2019Eric M. Abney
40January 2017October 2018Jacob Hina
39January 2016January 2017Dillon L. Sego
38May 2015January 2016James Claypool
37January 2015May 2015Corey Lysher
34January 2014January 2014Kene Onyekwuluje
35January 2014January 2014Kene Onyekwuluje
36January 2014January 2015Kene Onyekwuluje
33January 2013January 2014Aaron Mayes
32January 2012January 2013Joseph K. Hill
31December 2010January 2012Jared M. Hina
30December 2009December 2010Derek H. Hayes
29January 2009December 2009Frederick O. Rodgers
28March 2008January 2009James F. Bardgett III
27February 2007March 2008John F. Kelley
26March 2006February 2007Logan G. Davis
25January 2005March 2006Jeffrey L. Perry, Jr.
24December 2003January 2005Lance S. Emerson
23January 2003December 2003Timothy M. Cleary
22December 2001January 2003Nicholas W. Jacoby
21January 2001December 2001Kenneth M. Parker
20August 2000January 2001Nicholas C. Burke
19February 1999August 2000Christopher M. Luckett
18December 1997February 1999R. Patrick Kane
17January 1997December 1997Eugene T. Potts
16February 1996January 1997Brian T. Redmon
15February 1995February 1996Craig R. Chen
14December 1993February 1995Todd D. Patterson
13February 1993December 1993Todd R. Jones
12February 1992 Eric J. Willard
11January 1990December 1990Mr. Monterio S. Woodson
10January 1978December 1978Robert T. Hagan
8January 1974December 1975Adam F. Mac Adam II
9January 1974December 1974Daniel S. Flynn
6January 1968December 1969Gary L. Epperson, CFC
7January 1968December 1969Gary L. Epperson, CFC
5January 1965December 1967Leroy E. Sitlinger, Jr.
1  Robert P. Beliles, Ph.D.
2  John L. Dockery
3  Donald A. Baumann
4  Thomas D. Casey

The Alpha-Chi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at University of Louisville was installed as a chapter on September 12, 1942.

Since 1899, Tau Kappa Epsilon has never had an exclusionary clause for membership. TKE does not judge men on their wealth, rank or honor, but instead on their personal worth and character.

Our mission is to "to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life." In essence, we build Better Men for a Better World.