The Phi Phi Chapter has a rich tradition of supporting, collaborating, and working with local and national organizations to uplift and promote mankind. Phi Phi Chapter was established in Richmond, Virginia on March 1, 1927 by five graduates of Virginia Union University under the administration of Grand Basileus Julius S. McClain. Those five men were Henry B. Hucles, A.B. Greer, Joseph T. Bright, Dr. Henry J. McGuinn, and Robery J. Kenny.
Our Chapter has and continues to produce leaders in our Fraternity, such as Rayford L. Harris Jr. who served as the Third District Representative 1999 – 2002. Alvoston L. Taylor, Jr. who not only promotes social awareness, but has been effecting positive change in the Richmond community since the 1960′s.
Phi Phi Chapter is proud to have had brothers participate in almost every area in society, like former Virginia Governor, L. Douglas Wilder, Attorney Oliver Hill, State Senator Benjamin Lambert and former Third District KRS Rayford Harris, Sr. We have had and still have Brothers serving on the school board, as physicians, lawyers, entrepreneurs, bankers financial planners, realtors, and in the school system as principals and educators to name a few. Through this commitment to serve, Phi Phi Chapter looks to build upon its seasoned history and exude Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift in all things that we do today and well into the future.
The Honorable Henry B. Hucles - Athletic Director and Coach at Va. Union University
The Honorable A.B. Greer - Realtor for “Thurken Realtors”
The Honorable Joseph T. Bright - Principal and Teacher for Richmond Public Schools
The Honorable Henry J. McGuinn - Head of the Dept. of Sociology at VA Union University.
The Honorable Robert J. Kenny - “Founder of Kenny and Company.
Phi Phi Chapter serves as the advisor to Zeta Chapter, the undergraduate chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. at Virginia Union University. The Phi Phi Chapter Hosted the 22nd Grand Conclave in Richmond, Virginia in 1932 and the 75th District Conference.