B. Toure Breaker

Welcome to the award-winning website of Gaithersburg-Rockville (MD) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi®. It is my honor to serve as Polemarch of Gaithersburg-Rockville (MD) Alumni Chapter that we affectingly call “G-Rock as we strive to be the Rock of the Eastern Province of Kappa Alpha Psi® Fraternity Inc. Our goal is simple, to promote public service in the interest of the Gaithersburg and Rockville Community through scholarship, mentorship, and community outreach. Since January 1989 the men of G-Rock have developed a relationship in Montgomery County that continues to grow. The leadership that men of Kappa provide is unmatched and is evident in our chapter’s membership.

Kappa Youth & Community Foundation

Kappa Youth & Community FoundationThe Kappa Youth & Community Foundation of Gaithersburg/Rockville (MD) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. KYCF is the chapter’s nonprofit 501 (c) 3 program that provides book and tuition scholarships to deserving students and support to organizations in the Gaithersburg – Rockville community.

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The Gaithersburg-Rockville (MD) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi® Fraternity, Inc. seeks professional men who want to be a part of an organization that gives back to the community. The chapter is predicated upon and dedicated to the principles of Achievement in every field human endeavor.


Aaron Mitchem
Albert Alexander
Armand Peterson
Toure Breaker
Bruce Thomas
Dan Cameron
David Owens
Derrick Tanner
Elbridge James
Erik Jones
Frank Lytle
George Stephens
Henry Hailstock
John Pulliam
Johnathan Grant
Kevin Vanlowe
Larry Shelton
Lionel Davenport
Maurice Evans
Michael Wilson
Pedro Arguello
Phillip Jones
Sam Hughes
Kevin Whitfield
Shaun Dennis
Ted Bryant
Terence King
Tod Burwell
William Lewis, Sr.

Programs & Partners

Our community and social partners are what makes us the leaders we are in the Gaithersburg-Rockville community.

Guide Right Program

Guide Right is a program for the educational and occupational guidance of youth, primarily inspirational and informational in character.

Kappa League

Kappa League, formally known as the Kappa Instructional Leadership League, is the national youth initiative of Kappa Alpha Psi.

Eastern Province

The Eastern Province, as a defined region of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., traces its origin to 1925. G-Rock is a member of the Eastern Province.

International Headquarters

Kappa Alpha Psi® Fraternity, Inc. is a historically African American Greek-lettered fraternity -- founded on January 5, 1911, at Indiana University Bloomington.

Kappa League

Kappa Youth Leadership & Development League

Kappa League, formally known as the Kappa Instructional Leadership League, is the national youth initiative of Kappa Alpha Psi®. We focus on training young men in grades 8th-12th for leadership, achievement, and service in every field of human endeavor. We emphasize personal development, academic achievement, and college/career prep.


Founder Elder Watson Diggs, affectionately known as “the Dreamer”, was quiet, polished, scholarly, and a prolific writer. He was born in Madisonville, Christian County, Kentucky, on December 23, 1883, and was the eldest son of Henry and Cornelia Diggs, he had one brother, and one sister.

Elder Watson DIggs


December 23, 1883 - November 8, 1947

Founder Byron Kenneth Armstrong, affectionately known as “Boomski”, was a scholar, imaginative and outspoken. He was born in Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana, on April 8, 1892, was one of five children

Byron Kenneth Armstrong

Byron Kenneth Armstrong

April 8, 1892 - June 28, 1980

Founder Guy Levis Grant, small in stature, but a giant in charitable endeavors and preserver of history, was born in New Albany, Indiana on April 9, 1891 and was the third of thirteen children, five of which became members of the Fraternity. When his father died, he became head of household and assumed responsibility for educating himself and his siblings.

Guy Levis Grant

Guy Levis Grant

April 9, 1891 - November 11, 1973

Founder Ezra Dee Alexander, outgoing and a dedicated worker, fondly known as “Dee”, was born in Monroe County, Bloomington, Indiana on July 18, 1891 and was one of seven children.

Ezra D. Alexander

Dr. Ezra D. Alexander

July 18, 1891 - September 29, 1971

Founder Edward Giles Irvin, a civic and religious leader, journalist and entrepreneur, was born in Spencer, Indiana on August 13, 1893 and was the seventh of nine children and son to an AME Minister.

Edward Giles Irvin

Edward Giles Irvin

August 13, 1893 - November 4, 1982

Founder Paul Waymond Caine, the consummate entrepreneur, chef before his time, always friendly and displaying a pleasant disposition, was born in Greencastle, Indiana on May 17, 1890. Caine was long thought to be an only-child, but now known to have a half-brother.

Paul Waymond Caine

Paul Waymond Caine

May 17, 1890 - April 15, 1931

Founder Marcus Peter Blakemore, affectionately known as “Blakie”, a man of deep religious convictions and quiet confidence, contributed greatly to education, his community, his church, hospitals and his Fraternity, was born in Franklin, Indiana on January 3, 1889 and was the eldest of four children.

Marcus Peter Blakemore

Dr. Marcus Peter Blakemore

January 3, 1889 - October 9, 1959

Founder Henry Tourner Asher, an unassuming, dependable supporter of Negro youth, equal rights, higher education and religious affairs and son of a Baptist Minister, was born in Owensboro, Kentucky, on June 30, 1890 and was the eldest of seven children.

Henry Tourner Asher

Attorney Henry Tourner Asher

June 30, 1890 - March 5, 1963

Founder John Milton Lee, an idealist, a scholar, loyal and tireless worker for the growth of the Fraternity, was born in Danville, Indiana on September 7, 1890 and was the third of four children. He attended public schools in Danville and enrolled at Indiana University in 1910. He completed three years of pre-medical work before leaving the university. In 1914, he enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania but withdrew for health reasons. In 1915, he became a student at Temple University but was compelled to leave due to a death in the family.

John Milton Lee

John Milton Lee

September 7, 1890 - January 3, 1958

Founder George Wesley Edmonds, witty in nature and an enigma to most in the Fraternity was born in Knight Township, Vandenburgh County, Indiana on August 13, 1890.

George Wesley Edmonds

George Wesley Edmonds

August 13, 1890 - June 13, 1962

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