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St. Joseph, MO

CITY

Official Website:
http://www.stjoemo.info/

Chamber of Commerce:
http://www.saintjoseph.com/

Visitors Bureau:
http://www.stjomo.com/

Population:
73990 (2000 census)

County:
Buchanan County

SCHOOLS

SchoolFounded
Missouri Western State University
1915

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Irving Bacon
Actor
6-Sep-1893 5-Feb-1965 Mr. Beazley
Timothy Michael Carney
Diplomat
12-Jul-1944   US Ambassador to Haiti, 1998-99
Walter Cronkite
Journalist
4-Nov-1916 17-Jul-2009 America's most trusted newscaster
Betty Garrett
Actor
23-May-1919 12-Feb-2011 Irene Lorenzo on All in the Family
James H. Hance, Jr.
Business
c. 1944   CFO, Bank of America, 1988-2004
Coleman Hawkins
Jazz Musician
21-Nov-1904 19-May-1969 Jazz tenor saxophonist
Shere Hite
Author
2-Nov-1942   The Hite Report on sexuality
Dorothea Kent
Actor
6-Jun-1916 10-Dec-1990 It Happened on Fifth Avenue
Timothy Omundson
Actor
29-Jul-1969   Carlton Lassiter on Psych
Tom Pendergast
Politician
22-Jul-1873 26-Jan-1945 Missouri political boss
Nellie Ross
Politician
29-Nov-1876 19-Dec-1977 First woman elected Governor in America
Jay Sarno
Business
2-Jul-1922 1984 Creator of Caesars Palace
Mel Sembler
Diplomat
10-May-1930   US Ambassador to Italy, 2001-05
Bill Snyder
Football
7-Oct-1939   Head Coach, Kansas State Wildcats
Ruth Warrick
Actor
29-Jun-1915 15-Jan-2005 Phoebe Tyler on All My Children
James H. Webb
Military
9-Feb-1946   US Senator from Virginia
Jane Wyman
Actor
5-Jan-1917 10-Sep-2007 Falcon Crest

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jesse James
Criminal
5-Sep-1847 3-Apr-1882 Bank robber, with James Gang



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