brothers in government


Thomas G. Abernethy (Cumberland)
Former U.S. representative from Mississippi
Lincoln Almond (Rhode Island)
Former governor of Rhode Island


Sergio S. Balanzino (Wisconsin)
Former Italian ambassador to Canada, former acting secretary general of NATO, former deputy secretary general of NATO
Willard L. Beaulac (Brown)
Former U.S. ambassador to Paraguay, Colombia, Cuba, Chile, Argentina
Ellis Y. Berry (South Dakota)
Former U.S. representative from South Dakota
G. Russell Boucher (Toronto)
Former member of the Canadian Parliament
Kevin Brady (South Dakota)
Former U.S. Congressman
John B. Breaux (Southwestern Louisiana)
Former U.S. representative from Louisiana from 1972 to 1987 and former U.S. senator from Louisiana from 1987 to 2005.
Omar T. Burleson (Cumberland)
Former U.S. representative from Texas
DeWayne C. Burns (Tarleton State)
State Representative from Texas


Donald Louis Carcieri (Brown)
Former governor of Rhode Island
Ewan Clague (Washington)
Former commissioner of labor statistics for the Department of Labor
Maxwell Cleland (Stetson)
Former secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission, U.S. senator, administrator of the Veterans Administration


John Danforth (Missouri)
Former attorney general of Missouri, former U.S. senator, and former ambassador to the United Nations
Dennis M. Daugaard (South Dakota)
Former governor of South Dakota
Lloyd Alton Doggett (Texas)
Former U.S. representative from Texas, former Justice of the Texas State Supreme Court


Wendell H. Ford (Kentucky)
Former governor and U.S. senator from Kentucky
Alan A. Frumin (Colgate)
Former parliamentarian of the U.S. Senate


Dr. Gerhard Gmoser (Southern California)
Former U.S. ambassador to Austria
Dr. Henry Francis Grady (California-Berkeley)
First U.S. Ambassador to India


Joe F. Harris (Georgia)
Former governor of Georgia


Harold T. Johnson (Nevada-Reno)
U.S. representative from California
James Robert Jones (Oklahoma)
COB of the World Affairs Councils of America, former U.S.  representative, former chairman of the American Stock Exchange, former U.S. ambassador to Mexico
Sam Houston Jones (Louisiana State)
Former governor of Louisiana, park named in his honor


Melville C. Kelly (Muskingum/Pittsburgh)
Former U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania
John Heddens “Jack” Kingston (Georgia)
U.S. representative from Georgia
Earl W. Kintner (DePauw)
Former chairman of the Federal Trade Commission


James T. Lloyd (Culver-Stockton)
Former U.S. representative from Missouri


Freddie R. Marshall (Millsaps)
Former U.S. secretary of labor
Gary Matthews (Drury)
Former U.S. ambassador to the Island of Malta and the Balkans, and assistant secretary-general of the United Nations


Joe D. Osceola (Georgetown)
Former president of the Seminole Tribe


Ronald Ernest “Ron” Paul (Gettysburg)
Former U.S. representative from Texas


Tom Rooney (Washington & Jefferson)
Former U.S. representative from Florida
Dr. R. Richard Rubottom, Jr. (Southern Methodist)
Former U.S. ambassador to Argentina, former president of the University of the Americas
Charles Hinton Russell (Nevada-Reno)
Former governor and U.S. representative from Nevada


Alfred A. Taylor (Cumberland)
Former governor and U.S. Representative from Tennessee
Paul S. Trible Jr. (Hampton-Sydney)
Former president of Christopher Newport University, former U.S. representative and U.S. senator.
Harry S. Truman (Missouri)
Former president of the United States, former vice president of the United States, and former U.S. senator from Missouri


Kevin Yoder (Kansas)
Former U.S. representative from Kansas