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Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

ORGANIZATION

Official Website:
http://www.aopa.org/

Location:
Frederick, MD

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Whit Ayres
Government
c. 1949   Ayres, McHenry, & Associates, Inc.
Jack O. Bovender, Jr.
Business
16-Aug-1945   CEO of HCA, 2002-09
Alton Brown
TV Personality
30-Jul-1962   Good Eats host
Michael A. Callen
Business
c. 1941   Avalon Argus Associates
Kenneth Copeland
Religion
6-Dec-1936   Kenneth Copeland Ministries
Donald F. Dillon
Business
c. 1940   Information Technology, Inc.
Ray Milton Dolby
Inventor
18-Jan-1933   Inventor of Dolby stereo
Michael Dorn
Actor
9-Dec-1952   Worf on Star Trek: TNG
Gregg L. Engles
Business
16-Aug-1957   CEO of Dean Foods
Frederick P. Furth
Attorney
12-Apr-1934   Partner, The Furth Firm
James Lipton
TV Personality
19-Sep-1926   Host, Inside the Actors Studio
Dennis Muchmore
Business
c. 1947   Muchmore Harrington Smalley & Associates
James J. Mulva
Business
19-Jun-1946   CEO of Conoco-Phillips
Arnold Palmer
Golf
10-Sep-1929   Won 61 PGA tournaments
Scott E. Parazynski
Astronaut
28-Jul-1961   Shuttle astronaut, summited Everest
John W. Poduska
Business
c. 1937   Founder of Apollo Computer
Robert W. Poole
Editor
4-Jul-1944   Founder, Reason Foundation
Cliff Robertson
Actor
9-Sep-1923 10-Sep-2011 Uncle Ben in Spider-Man
John A. Rolls
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Thermion Systems International
Kurt Russell
Actor
17-Mar-1951   Call him Snake
Robert Zemeckis
Film Director
14-May-1952   Back To The Future


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