Inducted July 29, 2017
Brother Donal L. McClamroch, Jr. was initiated into the Eta Chapter at Randolph-Macon on December 10, 1974. Brother McClamroch has served the Kappa Sigma Fraternity as a volunteer alumnus since his graduation from Randolph-Macon College in 1977. His 40-years of alumni service represent one of the longest-serving volunteer officers in the history of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Brother McClamroch served on the Supreme Executive Committee in the offices of Worthy Grand Treasurer, Worthy Grand Master of Ceremonies, Worthy Grand Procurator and as Worthy Grand Master from 1995-1999 and from 2001-2007 culminating in his election as Worthy Grand Master. Brother McClamroch was elected to the office of Worthy Grand Master at the 2007 Grand Conclave at the Doral Golf Resort and Spa in Miami, Florida.
Brother McClamroch currently serves as Treasurer of the Kappa Sigma Endowment Fund, and he wears Jackson’s Men Pin Number #7 at the Diamond Level.
Brother McClamroch retired from the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives as the Chief of the Forensic Science Laboratory in Atlanta, Georgia. Brother McClamroch remains as one of the significant leaders in the modern-day history of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Brother McClamroch was inducted into the Kappa Sigma Fraternity Hall of Honor in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2017. Brother McClamroch is a native of Virginia and lives in Waynesboro and Richmond, Virginia.