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Xavier University

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Cincinnati, OH

Founding Date:
1831

Team:
Musketeers

Mascot:
Musketeer

Enrollment:
6500

Official Website:
http://www.xu.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Regina Benjamin
Doctor
26-Oct-1956   US Surgeon General
Leslie S. Biller
Business
c. 1948   COO of Wells Fargo, 1998-2002
Kenneth Blackwell
Government
28-Feb-1948   Ohio Secretary of State, 1999-2007
John Boehner
Politician
17-Nov-1949   Speaker of the US House
Fred A. Breidenbach
Business
c. 1946   President of Gulfstream Aerospace, 1993-97
Jim Bunning
Politician
23-Oct-1931   US Senator from Kentucky
Frank W. Burke
Politician
1-Jun-1920 29-Jun-2007 Mayor of Louisville, 1969-1973
Daniel P. Burnham
Business
1946   CEO of Raytheon, 1998-2003
Donald D. Clancy
Politician
24-Jul-1921 12-Jun-2007 Congressman from Ohio, 1961-77
Phillip R. Cox
Business
1947   Cox Financial Corporation
Bill Cunningham
Radio Personality
11-Dec-1947   Conservative WLW radio talk show host
Dennis E. Eckart
Politician
6-Apr-1950   Congressman from Ohio, 1981-93
Chuck Geschke
Business
11-Sep-1939   Co-Founder of Adobe
Richard J. Griffin
Government
c. 1949   Bureau of Diplomatic Security, 2005-07
John H. Hammergren
Business
1959   CEO of McKesson
Earl J. Hesterberg
Business
c. 1953   CEO of Group 1 Automotive
Robert J. Kohlhepp
Business
c. 1941   CEO of Cintas, 1995-2003
John C. Lechleiter
Business
c. 1953   CEO of Eli Lilly
Ken Lucas
Politician
22-Aug-1933   Congressman from Kentucky, 1999-2005
Thomas A. Luken
Politician
9-Jul-1925   Congressman from Ohio, 1977-91
Sara Mathew
Business
c. 1956   CFO of Dun & Bradstreet
Rhine McLin
Politician
1948   Mayor of Dayton
Richard L. Molen
Business
c. 1940   CEO of Huffy, 1993-97
Dutch Morial
Politician
9-Oct-1929 24-Dec-1989 Mayor of New Orleans, 1978-86
Daniel Edward Pilarczyk
Religion
12-Aug-1934   Catholic Archbishop of Cincinnati
John P. Reilly
Business
c. 1943   CEO of Figgie International, 1995-98
George A. Schaefer, Jr.
Business
17-May-1945   CEO of Fifth Third Bancorp, 1991-2007
Urban J. Vehr
Religion
30-May-1891 19-Sep-1973 Archbishop of Denver, 1941-67
Joseph P. Viviano
Business
c. 1937   Vice Chairman of Hershey, 1999-2000
Lloyd D. Ward
Business
c. 1948   CEO of Maytag, 1999-2000
Ron Ziegler
Government
12-May-1939 10-Feb-2003 Press Secretary for Nixon

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kenneth Blackwell
Government
28-Feb-1948   Ohio Secretary of State, 1999-2007
John J. Gilligan
Politician
22-Mar-1921   Governor of Ohio, 1971-75
Henry Heimlich
Doctor
3-Feb-1920   Heimlich maneuver

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard C. Adkerson
Business
c. 1947   CEO of Freeport-McMoRan
Victoria Buyniski Gluckman
Business
c. 1951   United Medical Resources
Gregory G. Joseph
Business
c. 1962   Joseph Automotive Group
Robert J. Kohlhepp
Business
c. 1941   CEO of Cintas, 1995-2003
Alan G. Lafley
Business
13-Jun-1947   CEO of Procter & Gamble, 2000-09
John C. Lechleiter
Business
c. 1953   CEO of Eli Lilly
W. Rodney McMullen
Business
c. 1961   Vice Chairman of Kroger
Ralph S. Michael III
Business
c. 1954   President of Ohio Casualty, 2005-07
John E. Pepper, Jr.
Business
c. 1938   Chairman of Disney
Joseph P. Viviano
Business
c. 1937   Vice Chairman of Hershey, 1999-2000

COACHES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thad Matta
Basketball
11-Jul-1967   OSU Head Coach
Skip Prosser
Basketball
3-Nov-1950 26-Jul-2007 Xavier, Wake Forest Head Coach


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