The following individuals are among the most prominent graduate members of the Bowdoin Chapter of the Alpha Delta Phi Society. The list includes past and present activities. It is in no sense all-inclusive. Email craig(at)cheslog(dot)com with suggestions for additions.
Elijah Kellogg, 1840: Young Adventures Author, Minister, Educator
Joshua L. Chamberlain, 1852: Governor of Maine; 6th President of Bowdoin College; Winner of Congressional Medal of Honor for valor at Battle of Gettysburg
Geoffrey Stanwood, 1938: Co-Founder of the Bowdoin Meddiebempsters
Philip Sawyer Wilder, Jr., 1945: President of Hartwick College
Daniel L. Dayton, 1949: Person for whom Bowdoin’s first indoor ice hockey rink was named (1956-2009)
Merton Henry, 1950: Attorney; Past President of New England Bar Association
Roger Howell, 1958: 10th President of Bowdoin College; First American Professor of British History at Oxford
Barry Mills, 1972: 14th President of Bowdoin College
Nessa Burns Reifsynder, 1986: First female to serve as the chair of an Alpha Delta Phi Convention (1997, Bowdoin); President of the Bowdoin Alpha Delta Phi Society Alumni Association during negotiations with the college after decision to eliminate the Greek system.
Craig Cheslog, 1993: Third President of the Alpha Delta Phi Society (2005-2012)