Englewood-Teaneck (NJ) Alumni Chapter of 


Proudly serving the communities of Englewood, Teaneck and Hackensack

since charter established in 1987 

Chartered on March 22, 1987.  Founding Charter members are listed below.
William Baker*
Booker Daniels 
Joseph Johnson
Charles Robinson
Jerome Boyd
James V. Dixon*
James A. Jones*
Bernard Seabrooks
Calvin E. Brown
Edward M. Henderson*
Robert L. Jones*
Walter Smith
Joseph Dallon, Jr.*
Robert Herring*
Frank C. Mahon*
Willie Sutton
* Chapter Invisible
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Brother Calvin E. Browne (2nd from left)

Alpha Nu Chapter North Carolina A&T State Univeristy.

Chapter Past Polemarchs

1987 – 1989  James A. Jones

(Founding Polemarch)

1989 - 1991 Booker Daniels

1991 - 1993 William E. Baker

1993 - 1994 Edward M. Henderson

1994 - 1997 James C. Wiggins, Sr.

1997 - 1999 Bruce A. Jones

1999 - 2001 Daryl O. Butler

2001 - 2004 Raymond Hazell Jackson

2004 - 2007  Abram Martin

2007 - 2008  Ron Rakestraw

2008 - 2010 Miguel Garcia

2010 - 2012 Ernest Duncan

2012 - 2015 Andrew Love

2015 - 2017 Byron Carter 

2017-            Edward Wilson

Englewood NJ on Tryon Avenue across from the Janis E. Dismus Middle School, is a 4 1/2-acre tract with baseball fields that was commonly known as the Babe Ruth League Field.  This field was dedicated in memory of Brother Robert "Skull" Herring, who was the first African-American teacher and coach for girls sports at Dwight Morrow High School. Brother Herring has passed on to the Chapter Invisible in 1998.