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Webster University

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Founded 1915 as Loretto College, a Catholic institution.

Location:
Webster Groves, MO

Founding Date:
1915

Mascot:
Gorlok

Enrollment:
5,000

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

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Boccieri
Politician
5-Oct-1969   Congressman from Ohio, 2009-11
Ann Walsh Bradley
Judge
5-Jul-1950   Justice, Wisconsin Supreme Court
Rocky Carroll
Actor
8-Jul-1963   Leon Vance on NCIS
Swanee Hunt
Diplomat
1-May-1950   US Ambassador to Austria, 1993-97
Leslie F. Kenne
Military
c. 1949   Retired Lt. General, US Air Force
Jenifer Lewis
Actor
25-Jan-1957   The Preacher's Wife
Buzz Patterson
Radio Personality
c. 1955   The Buzz Cut
Robert Richer
Business
11-Dec-1953   Total Intelligence Solutions
Dana Snyder
Actor
14-Nov-1973   Master Shake on Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Antonio Taguba
Military
31-Oct-1950   Authored Taguba Report on Abu Ghraib
Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
Head of State
9-Sep-1949   President of Indonesia

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Susan S. Elliott
Business
1937   Systems Service Enterprises
David N. Farr
Business
1955   CEO of Emerson Electric
Charles W. Mueller
Business
c. 1939   CEO of Ameren, 1997-2003
Bill Poole
Economist
19-Jun-1937   President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Robert A. Reynolds, Jr.
Business
c. 1948   CEO of Graybar Electric
George Herbert Walker III
Diplomat
c. 1931   US Ambassador to Hungary, 2003-06
Margaret Bush Wilson
Activist
30-Jan-1919 11-Aug-2009 NAACP Chairman, 1975-83


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