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St. Mary's University Texas

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
San Antonio, TX

Founding Date:
1852

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

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David W. Biegler
Business
c. 1946   President & COO of TXU, 1997-2001
James R. Clapper
Military
c. 1941   Director of National Intelligence
Tom Corbett
Politician
17-Jun-1949   Governor of Pennsylvania
John Cornyn
Politician
2-Feb-1952   US Senator from Texas
Ruben M. Escobedo
Business
c. 1938   Ruben Escobedo & Co.
Blake Farenthold
Politician
12-Dec-1961   Congressman, Texas 27th
Kika de la Garza
Politician
22-Sep-1927   Congressman from Texas, 1965-97
Oliver P. Garza
Diplomat
1941   US Ambassador to Nicaragua, 1999-2002
Charlie Gonzalez
Politician
5-May-1945   Congressman, Texas 20th
Henry B. Gonzalez
Politician
3-May-1916 28-Nov-2000 Congressman from Texas, 1961-99
William E. Greehey
Business
1936   CEO of Valero, 1979-2005
Paul W. Green
Judge
6-Mar-1952   Justice, Texas Supreme Court
Michael McCaul
Politician
14-Jan-1962   Congressman, Texas 10th
John Quiñones
Journalist
23-May-1952   Primetime: What Would You Do?
Ciro Rodriguez
Politician
9-Dec-1946   Congressman from Texas, 1997-2005 and 2007-11

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gabrielle K. McDonald
Judge
12-Apr-1942   US District Court Judge, Texas, 1979-88

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David W. Biegler
Business
c. 1946   President & COO of TXU, 1997-2001
William R. Klesse
Business
c. 1947   CEO of Valero
Nancy B. Loeffler
Activist
c. 1947   Community activist, wife of Tom Loeffler


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