Arthur M. Wickwire

Arthur M. Wickwire, Zeta, 1920, Phi Alpha 1954-1955

Arthur M. Wickwire,  was a successful businessman and lifetime supporter of Zeta Psi. Brother Wickwire’s father and cousin were members of the fraternity and upon graduatation from Williams College, Brother Wickmire served as assistant general secretary of the fraternity under Chester (Cal) Lydecker in 1920-1922. Brother Wickmire served several terms on Zeta Psi’s Board of Trustees before he was elected Phi Alpha.

In 1933 Brother Wickwire authored “Weeds of Wall Street,” which was reviewed by the NY Times February 11, 1934.

Brother Wickwire was president and co-founder of Chamberlin Corporation, which
became a subsidiary of Automatic Steel Products, of which he served as President. In
1945, he joined the Fitchburg Paper Company as a Director and served as President of
a subsidiary, Powered Controls.

Brother Wickwire passed away on August 28, 1955, a week before finishing his term in office.