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Bush-Quayle '92

ORGANIZATION

See also Bush-Quayle '88.

Location:
Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Duane Acklie
Business
14-Nov-1931   Crete Carrier Corporation
David Addington
Government
22-Jan-1957   Dick Cheney's Chief of Staff
Philip Anschutz
Business
28-Dec-1939   Qwest billionaire
Richard Armitage
Government
26-Apr-1945   US Deputy Secretary of State, 2001-05
Haley Barbour
Politician
22-Oct-1947   Governor of Mississippi, 2004-12
Robert H. Benmosche
Business
29-May-1944   CEO of AIG
Brad Blakeman
Government
1-Sep-1958   Republican strategist
Michael Bloomberg
Politician
14-Feb-1942   Mayor of New York City
David N. Bossie
Activist
1965   Citizens United
Donald Bren
Business
1932   Irvine real estate billionaire
August Busch III
Business
6-Jun-1937   Anheuser-Busch CEO, 1975-2002
Barbara Bush
First Lady
8-Jun-1925   Wife of US President George H.W. Bush
George H.W. Bush
Head of State
12-Jun-1924   41st US President, 1989-93
George W. Bush
Head of State
6-Jul-1946   43rd US President, 2001-09
Jay Bybee
Judge
27-Oct-1953   9th Circuit Court of Appeals
Andrew Card
Government
10-May-1947   White House Chief of Staff, 2001-06
Dick Cheney
Politician
30-Jan-1941   US Vice President, 2001-09
Dick DeVos
Business
21-Oct-1955   Amway scion
Richard DeVos
Business
4-Mar-1926   Co-Founder of Amway
Lincoln Diaz-Balart
Politician
13-Aug-1954   Congressman from Florida, 1993-2011
Bo Dietl
Business
c. 1950   Ex-NYPD homicide detective
Mike Ditka
Football
18-Oct-1939   Chicago Bears Head Coach, 1982-92
Ray Milton Dolby
Inventor
18-Jan-1933   Inventor of Dolby stereo
Bill Donaldson
Government
2-Jun-1931   SEC Chairman, 2003-05
Ken Duberstein
Government
21-Apr-1944   Reagan's Chief of Staff, 1988-89
Bernard Ebbers
Business
27-Aug-1941   CEO of WorldCom, 1985-2002
Donald Evans
Government
26-Jul-1946   US Secretary of Commerce, 2001-05
Fred F. Fielding
Attorney
21-Mar-1939   White House Counsel to Reagan, GWB
Steve Forbes
Business
18-Jul-1947   Owner and publisher of Forbes magazine
Richard S. Fuld, Jr.
Business
26-Apr-1946   CEO of Lehman Brothers, 1993-2008
Ernest Gallo
Business
18-Mar-1909 6-Mar-2007 Billionaire winemaker
Curt Gowdy
Sports Journalist
31-Jul-1919 20-Feb-2006 Voice of the Red Sox
Kelsey Grammer
Actor
21-Feb-1955   Frasier
Richard Grasso
Business
1946   CEO of the NYSE, 1995-2003
Michael W. Grebe
Attorney
c. 1941   President of the Bradley Foundation
Maurice R. Greenberg
Business
4-May-1925   CEO of American International Group, 1967-2005
Lee Greenwood
Country Musician
27-Oct-1942   God Bless the U.S.A.
Arianna Huffington
Columnist
15-Jul-1950   The Huffington Post
H. Wayne Huizenga
Business
29-Dec-1937   Waste Management, Blockbuster
Caroline C. Hunter
Government
c. 1976   US FEC Commissioner
Lee Iacocca
Business
15-Oct-1924   Former chairman, Chrysler Corporation
Herb Kelleher
Business
12-Mar-1931   Founder of Southwest Airlines
Richard D. Kinder
Business
c. 1944   Chairman of Kinder Morgan Energy
Henry Kissinger
Government
27-May-1923   US Secretary of State, 1973-77
Phil Knight
Business
24-Feb-1938   Co-Founder of Nike
Howard J. Krongard
Government
12-Dec-1940   US State Dept Inspector General
Ralph S. Larsen
Business
c. 1939   CEO of Johnson & Johnson, 1989-2002
Leonard Lauder
Business
c. 1933   Chairman of Estee Lauder
Ralph Lauren
Fashion Designer
14-Oct-1939   Founder, Polo Ralph Lauren
Ken Lay
Business
15-Apr-1942 5-Jul-2006 CEO of Enron, 1986-2002
Richard A. Manoogian
Business
1936   CEO of Masco, 1985-2007
Ellen R. Marram
Business
1947   CEO of Tropicana, 1997-98
Mary Matalin
Politician
19-Aug-1953   Political creature
Red McCombs
Business
19-Oct-1927   Car dealer, Co-Founder of Clear Channel
James J. Mulva
Business
19-Jun-1946   CEO of Conoco-Phillips
Chuck Norris
Actor
10-Mar-1940   Walker: Texas Ranger
John E. O'Neill
Activist
19-Feb-1946   Longtime John Kerry antagonist
Arnold Palmer
Golf
10-Sep-1929   Won 61 PGA tournaments
Vikram Pandit
Business
1957   CEO of Citigroup
Richard Parsons
Business
4-Apr-1948   CEO of Time Warner, 2002-07
Henry M. Paulson
Business
28-Mar-1946   US Secretary of the Treasury, 2006-09
Roger Penske
Business
20-Feb-1937   CEO of Penske Corporation
T. Boone Pickens
Business
22-May-1928   Texas oilman, founded Mesa Petroleum
Jim Pinkerton
Pundit
11-Mar-1958   Fox News Watch
Dan Quayle
Politician
4-Feb-1947   Vice President under George H.W. Bush
John Ramsey
Relative
7-Dec-1943   JonBenét's father
Sumner Redstone
Business
27-May-1923   Chairman and CEO of Viacom
Steven S. Reinemund
Business
6-Apr-1948   CEO of Pepsi, 2001-06
Condoleezza Rice
Government
14-Nov-1954   US Secretary of State, 2005-09
Donald B. Rice
Business
4-Jun-1939   Secretary of the US Air Force, 1989-93
John Rigas
Business
14-Nov-1924   CEO of Adelphia, 1952-2002
John H. Rousselot
Politician
1-Nov-1927 11-May-2003 Congressman from California, 1961-63 & 1970-83
Karl Rove
Government
25-Dec-1950   Political Strategist to George W. Bush
Donald Rumsfeld
Government
9-Jul-1932   US Secretary of Defense, 1975-77 and 2001-06
Edward B. Rust, Jr.
Business
3-Aug-1950   CEO of State Farm Insurance
Charles Schwab
Business
29-Jul-1937   Founded Charles Schwab & Co.
Richard Scrushy
Business
Aug-1952   Imprisoned CEO of HealthSouth
Ivan G. Seidenberg
Business
10-Dec-1946   Chairman and CEO of Verizon
Terry Semel
Business
24-Feb-1943   CEO of Yahoo, 2001-07
Mayo A. Shattuck III
Business
1954   CEO of Constellation Energy Group
Charles R. Shoemate
Business
c. 1940   CEO of Best Foods, 1990-2000
Alex Spanos
Business
28-Sep-1923   A.G. Spanos Companies
Maurice H. Stans
Government
22-Mar-1908 14-Apr-1998 US Commerce Secretary, 1969-72
Roger Staubach
Football
5-Feb-1942   Five-time NFC leading passer
George Steinbrenner
Baseball
4-Jul-1930 13-Jul-2010 Owner, New York Yankees
Nancy H. Steorts
Government
28-Nov-1936   CPSC Chairwoman, 1981-85
Jimmy Stewart
Actor
20-May-1908 2-Jul-1997 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Peter Terpeluk, Jr.
Diplomat
18-Feb-1948 23-Aug-2011 US Ambassador to Luxembourg, 2002-05
Fred Thompson
Actor
19-Aug-1942   Actor turned Senator from Tennessee
Randall L. Tobias
Government
20-Mar-1942   AIDS Czar, USAID Administrator
Thomas J. Usher
Business
11-Sep-1942   CEO of US Steel, 1995-2004
Andrew von Eschenbach
Government
30-Oct-1941   FDA Commissioner, 2005-09
William E. Wade, Jr.
Business
c. 1943   President of ARCO, 1998-2000
Alice Walton
Relative
7-Oct-1949   World's 13th richest person, 2005
Helen Robson Walton
Relative
3-Dec-1919 19-Apr-2007 World's 13th richest person, 2005
Tom Watson
Golf
4-Sep-1949   Three-time Vardon Trophy winner
Jack Welch
Business
19-Nov-1935   CEO of GE, 1981-2001
Bill Weld
Politician
31-Jul-1945   Governor of Massachusetts, 1991-97
Ed Whitacre, Jr.
Business
4-Nov-1941   Chairman and CEO of General Motors, 2009-10
Armstrong Williams
Columnist
5-Feb-1959   Black conservative pundit on the take
Steve Wozniak
Computer Programmer
11-Aug-1950   Co-Founder of Apple Computer
Robert C. Wright
Business
1943   CEO of NBC Universal
Charles Wyly
Business
13-Oct-1933 7-Aug-2011 Billionaire, Michael's Stores
Sam Wyly
Business
1934   Early computer entrepreneur


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