Epsilon Pi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated was chartered March 23, 1973 originally in Media, Pa. The Chapter was organized by Brothers: Jesse Williams, Jr., William C. Shumake, J. Paul Stephens, Meredith Chaplin, Jr. (Omega Chapter), Juan R. Baughn, Johnnie Ponzie (Omega Chapter), John R. Lay, Lawrence Charleston, Jr., and Brad Lewis (Omega Chapter).
In Fall 1973, Epsilon Pi assisted with the process to charter the Alpha Eta Chapter which occurred on September 17, 1974. Due to the graduate members' first love of Omega Epsilon Pi became dormant after several meetings. The Chapter remained dormant until the spring of 1981.
Through the urging of Brother John Maloney (Omega Chapter), the Second District Representative at the time, the process of reorganizing Epsilon Pi Chapter was implemented. Brother Dexter L. Davis, Sr. and Brother Richard Brown, along with several other Omega men, accepted the challenge to seek out interested brothers in the city of Chester and vicinity who would be interested in the reorganization of Epsilon Pi Chapter. On April 17, 1981, a meeting was held at the old West End Y.M.C.A. This meeting was attended by several key Second District officers and representatives and a host of local Omega Men. At the conclusion of the meeting Epsilon Pi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. was reorganized and officially moved to Chester, PA. Through the efforts of the reorganizing brothers, Epsilon Pi Chapter grew to its capacity of today.
In 1990 Epsilon Pi assisted with the process of reactivating Omega Xi Chapter and since its charter Epsilon Pi Chapter has inducted 26 lines of Omega Men into the Fraternity.
Today, Epsilon Pi Chapter continues to thrive and continues to be a leader in the community regarding social, educational, and community service.