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The Hill School

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Pottstown, PA

Founding Date:
1851

Official Website:
http://www.thehill.org/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Backus
Computer Programmer
3-Dec-1924 17-Mar-2007 Inventor of BNF, led FORTRAN team
James Baker
Government
28-Apr-1930   US Secretary of State, 1989-92
Perry R. Bass
Philanthropist
11-Nov-1914 1-Jun-2006 Billionaire
Robert D. Carey
Politician
12-Aug-1878 17-Jan-1937 Governor and Senator from Wyoming
William F. Clinger, Jr.
Politician
4-Apr-1929   Congressman from Pennsylvania, 1979-97
James Cromwell
Actor
27-Jan-1940   Babe, L.A. Confidential
Leonard K. Firestone
Business
10-Jun-1907 24-Dec-1996 US Ambassador to Belgium, 1974-77
Harry Hamlin
Actor
30-Oct-1951   Michael Kuzak on L.A. Law
James C. Humes
Government
31-Oct-1934   Speechwriter to five Presidents
Lamar Hunt
Football
2-Aug-1932 13-Dec-2006 Founder of the American Football League
Lew Lehrman
Business
15-Aug-1938   Rite Aid drugstore founder
George S. Patton
Military
11-Nov-1885 21-Dec-1945 American WWII Army commander
Norman Pearlstine
Journalist
4-Oct-1942   Former Time Inc. Editor in Chief
Jon A. Shirley
Business
1938   President and COO of Microsoft, 1983-90
Jerry Stahl
Author
28-Sep-1953   Permanent Midnight
Oliver Stone
Film Director
15-Sep-1946   JFK
Douglas A. Warner III
Business
9-Jun-1946   CEO of JP Morgan, 1995-2000
Tobias Wolff
Author
19-Jun-1945   The Barracks Thief

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jon A. Shirley
Business
1938   President and COO of Microsoft, 1983-90


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