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St. John's University in Collegeville

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

A joint Roman Catholic institution, with St. John's University nominally with men and the College of St. Benedict with women. Total enrollment about 3900, including College of St. Benedict.

Location:
Collegeville, MN

Founding Date:
1870

Enrollment:
3900

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

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tony J. Christianson
Business
c. 1952   Cherry Tree Companies
David Durenberger
Politician
19-Aug-1934   US Senator from Minnesota, 1978-95
Thomas G. Grudnowski
Business
c. 1950   CEO of Fair Isaac, 1999-2007
Steven T. Halverson
Business
c. 1954   CEO of The Haskell Company
Mark Kennedy
Politician
11-Apr-1957   Congressman, Minnesota 6th
Richard F. Kneip
Politician
7-Jan-1933 9-Mar-1987 Governor of South Dakota, 1971-78
Michael R. McCarthy
Business
27-Aug-1951   The McCarthy Group
John Blood McNally
Football
27-Nov-1903 28-Nov-1985 The Vagabond Halfback
Michael D. Ryan
Judge
1945 30-Jan-2011 Justice, Arizona Supreme Court
George Sinner
Politician
19-May-1928   Governor of North Dakota, 1985-92
Stephen Sommers
Screenwriter
20-Mar-1962   The Mummy
John P. Wiehoff
Business
c. 1962   CEO of C. H. Robinson Worldwide

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steven T. Halverson
Business
c. 1954   CEO of The Haskell Company
Diana E. Murphy
Judge
4-Jan-1934   8th Circuit Court of Appeals

COACHES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Blood McNally
Football
27-Nov-1903 28-Nov-1985 The Vagabond Halfback


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