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US Health, Education and Welfare Department

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Overseen by the US Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard I. Beattie
Attorney
c. 1939   Partner, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett
Mary Frances Berry
Government
17-Feb-1938   Civil Rights Commissioner, 1980-2004
Rodney H. Brady
Business
1933   Deseret Management Corporation
Frank Carlucci
Government
18-Oct-1930   US Secretary of Defense, 1987-89
Wilbur J. Cohen
Government
10-Jun-1913 17-May-1987 HEW Secretary, 1968-69
Ervin S. Duggan
Government
30-Jun-1939   CEO of PBS, 1994-99
Bill Gradison
Politician
28-Dec-1928   Congressman from Ohio, 1975-93
Patrick J. Griffin
Government
c. 1948   Lobbyist
Peter B. Hamilton
Business
c. 1946   Vice Chairman of Brunswick, 2000-07
Eddie Bernice Johnson
Politician
3-Dec-1935   Congresswoman, Texas 30th
Martha Elizabeth Keys
Politician
10-Aug-1930   Congresswoman from Kansas, 1975-79
Gwendolyn S. King
Government
23-Sep-1940   Commissioner of Social Security, 1989-92
Daniel Marcus
Attorney
5-Jan-1941   Wilmer Cutler & Pickering
Constance Berry Newman
Government
8-Jul-1935   US Asst. Secy. of State for Africa, 2004-05
Chip Pashayan
Politician
27-Mar-1941   Congressman from California, 1979-91
Robert E. Patricelli
Business
c. 1940   Women's Health USA
Julius B. Richmond
Government
26-Sep-1916 27-Jul-2008 US Surgeon General, 1977-81
Virginia Smith
Politician
30-Jun-1911 23-Jan-2006 Congresswoman from Nebraska, 1975-91
James B. Steinberg
Government
7-May-1953   Deputy Secretary of State
David S. Tatel
Judge
16-Mar-1942   US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit
Anthony Watson
Business
c. 1941   CEO of HIP Health Plan of New York
Wellington Webb
Politician
17-Feb-1941   Mayor of Denver, 1991-2003


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