FRANK REED HORTON
Born in Sewickley, Penn., on July 17, 1896. Ensign on the minesweeper USS Whippoorwill during World War I. A.B. degree, Lafayette College, 1926. M.A. degree in history, Lafayette College in 1938. First National President of Alpha Phi Omega. Provided the leadership to extend the Fraternity to 18 campuses. Established the first national structure for the Fraternity. Studied law in law office; also student at Boston University Law School; L.L.B. degree, LaSalle Extension University, 1937. Taught history, government and English at Cedar Crest and Muhlenberg Colleges in Allentown, Pennsylvania for three years. Industrial accountant, Ingersoll-Rand Company. American Legion, VFW, Mason. Author of college text, Poetry Writing andAppreciation.
Numerous Scouting and APO honors and awards. Passed away August 28, 1966.